The Human Rights Act of 1998 incorporated into UK law rights and
freedoms guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights.
Human Rights Law affects everyone, yet it remains the most
uncertain and unpredictable of all the branches of law. With
hard-edged definitions few and far between, principles tend to be
open to a variety of interpretations a goldmine for some, but a
minefield to the unwary. "The Handbook of Human Rights Law"
provides accessible guidance on all areas affected by human rights
legislation. The book looks at how to use human rights law (with a
chapter identifying practical winning strategies and tactics),
while later chapters examine the various Convention rights. The
text is peppered throughout with interesting coverage of high
profile cases and includes discussion of the issues and principles
involved. Case law, examples and question-and-answer discussion
sections are included, making this one of the most direct and
straightforward titles on human rights law. It is accessible to
all, but comprehensive enough to be used by students of law, as
well as Human Resource Managers and other business people.
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