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Reed and Murdoch: Human Rights Law in Scotland

By: Jim L Murdoch
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Published: 11-08-2022
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 5th
Extent: 1408
ISBN: 9781526518286
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
RRP: £108.00
Online price : £97.20
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About Reed and Murdoch: Human Rights Law in Scotland

Provides essential, practical guidance to the Scottish legal profession. The work explores the impact of human rights legislation in Scotland and provides a comprehensive review of ECHR jurisprudence, relevant domestic legislation and case law. It also includes an overview of Strasbourg enforcement machinery.

The fifth edition of this highly regarded work has been fully updated to reflect:

- Significant amounts of new UK Supreme Court (UKSCt) judgments – in recent years at least half of recent judgments have a human rights aspect.
- New case law from the European Court of Human Rights
- Increased emerging case law from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on human rights

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 The ECHR and Scots law
Chapter 2 European protection of human rights
Chapter 3 Applying the European Convention on Human Rights
Chapter 4 Physical integrity: life, torture and inhuman treatment, servitude, and liberty of person
Chapter 5 Fair administration of justice
Chapter 6 Private and family life; and education
Chapter 7 Civil and political liberties: thought, expression, assembly and association; and free elections
Chapter 8 Property rights
Appendix I: Human Rights Act 1998
Appendix II: Scotland Act 1998
Appendix IIA Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995
Appendix III: European Convention on Human Rights

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