Now that human rights is becoming a core subject on many LLB courses and is an essential field of study for all intending lawyers, this book will be helpful to any law student facing examinations on the LLB or CPE, or who is taking law options as part of another field of study. In order to take account of recent phenomenal legal developments in this subject, in particular, the Human Rights Act 1998 and subsequent changes in legislation and case law, this new edition has been thoroughly rewritten and updated. New chapters have been added on immigration and asylum law, and on the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 and the incorporation of the ECHR into domestic law. The topics chosen reflect those generally found on human rights and civil liberties courses. However, human rights, perhaps more than any other subject, is rapidly developing and this book seeks to concentrate on those areas which are of particular interest at the present time, whilst alerting the student to potential and likely future developments and areas of challenge. Notes in each answer allow the student to develop certain lines of argument further, in line with particular interests or studies.; Topics covered include: the impact of the ECHR and its key case law; freedom of expression and information; freedom of assembly; privacy; police and other investigatory powers; prisoners' rights and freedom from discrimination; immigration and asylum law... and Rights includes specification of the type of search in question, a summary of the powers of search and seizure arising under ... Answer plan A reasonably straightforward essay question which, ideally, requires consideration of means of anbsp;...
|Title||:||Civil Liberties Q and A|
|Publisher||:||Cavendish Publishing - 2001-03-30|