On Happiness: Democracy, Equality And Human Rights

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Nowt So Queer As Dartington

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“Violating the right to a fair trial ? The secure dock in England and Wales”  - Archbold Review- Issue 7 - 24/08/17

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The Rise of Synthetic Cannabinoids (“Spice”) and their Impact On The Prison Estate - Archbold Review - issue 5 - 27/06/17

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Are we doing enough to ensure juries understand expert evidence and judicial directions - Archbold Review - issue 4 - 17/05/17

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Rethinking Freedom of Thought for the 21st Century

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Human Rights of Migrants in the 21st Century

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‘Human Rights’ in Satow’s Diplomatic Practice

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The Right to Insult in International Law

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The evidential dangers of CCTV evidence - How slow motion replays distort criminal liability - Archbold Review issue 10 - 14/12/16

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Open Season, in Closed session

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Search and seizure: your rights

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A tale of two orders

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Reassertion of Control over the Investment Treaty Regime (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (forthcoming)

Legitimate Regulatory Interests – Case Law and Developments in International Investment Agreement Practice”, in A. Kulick (ed.), Reassertion of Control over the Investment Treaty Regime (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (forthcoming) 

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Landmark Sovereign Debt Restructuring Award, Opinion Juris Blog

Landmark Sovereign Debt Restructuring Award”, Opinion Juris Blog, available here  (30 April 2015) 

 

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Investor-State Arbitration as International Public Law: Deference, Proportionality and the Standard of Review

Investor-State Arbitration as International Public Law: Deference, Proportionality and the Standard of Review”, in I. Laird & T. Weiler (eds.), Investment Treaty Arbitration and International Law (Juris Publishing, 2015)

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That’s Entertainment? The Anonymity of Arrestees and the Law

2015 | Paul Mason |

Should we know when someone is arrested even if they have yet to be charged? Does it make any difference if that person is a public figure, or that they have been arrested for a sexual offence? High profile arrests under Operation Yewtree of Paul Gambaccini, Jim Davidson, Jimmy Tarbuck and Freddie Starr were widely reported in the press. None of the men were charged.

 

What is the relationship between the law, the media, the police and the public?  The Law Commission, Leveson Report and Home Affairs Select Committee have all addressed the issue, but the position remains fluid. This article summarises the principle arguments, explaining the law and analysing the recent proposal and recommendations for reform.

 

To view this article please see here

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Blackstone’s Guide to the Proceeds of Crime Act (OUP, 2015, 5th ed.)

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Is it Now Time to Abolish the Dock in all Criminal Proceedings in England and Wales? - Archbold Review issue 3 - 17/04/15

On 3rd April Joe Stone QC produced an article for the Archbold Review 

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The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law (Forthcoming)

Forthcoming, 2016

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Evaluating Transitional Justice - Accountability and Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone

Demonstrating groundbreaking analysis, this is the first major study to evaluate the transitional justice programme in Sierra Leone. Rather than focusing on a single mechanism, the authors examine how the Special Court, Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), local justice initiatives and reparations programme interacted. Contributors to the book include the Prosecutor of the Special Court and one of the Commissioners from the TRC, alongside a range of experts on transitional justice, on international law and on Sierra Leone. The authors consider the political and normative drivers of transitional justice and the lessons that the Sierra Leone programme stands to offer other post-conflict situations. The importance of long-term planning, local partnership and the management of the politics and trade-offs for future transitional justice programmes cannot be underestimated. This edited volume makes a significant contribution to the field by demonstrating how contextual knowledge should be used alongside normative standards when evaluating transitional justice.

 

Wayne Jordash QC wrote the chapter; 'Comparing Fairness and Due Process in the RUF and CDF cases: Consequences for the Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone'.

 

To purchase a copy of this book please see here.

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Supperstone, Goudie and Walker: Judicial Review Fifth edition eBook

2015 | Adam Straw |

Adam Straw is a contributing author in Supperstone, Goudie and Walker: Judicial Review Fifth edition eBook.

 

Now in its fifth edition, Supperstone, Goudie and Walker: Judicial Review provides an authoritative and comprehensive text on the entire law of judicial review. Fully updated, this title provides a thorough, detailed analysis of this complex area of law from a team of judicial review experts. It contains an essential account of relevant cases plus examples of the application of the general principles, covering the law of judicial review in a number of areas, including local government, town and country planning, immigration and housing and social security. Supperstone, Goudie and Walker: Judicial Review is the only title that gives the depth and expertise of guidance needed to enable practitioners to advise and make decisions with complete confidence.

 

Content

  • Introduction
  • Judicial Review: The Historical Background
  • Judicial Review: Its Provenance and Scope
  • The Human Rights Act and Judicial Review
  • The Ambit of Judicial Review
  • Illegality: The Problem of Jurisdiction
  • Discretionary and Duty - The Limits of Legality
  •  Unreasonableness and Proportionality
  • Procedural Rules and Consultation
  • Natural Justice and Fairness-The Audi Alteram Partem Rule
  • Bias-Interest and Favour
  • Other Grounds of Review
  • Crown Proceedings
  • European Union Law
  • Remedies: Mandatory, Probiliting and Quashing Orders
  • Declarations, Injunctions and Money and Restitutionary Remedies
  • Restrictions on the Availability of Judicial Review
  • Procedure: The Early Stages
  • Procedure: Hearing and Appeals
  • Devolution
  • Judicial Review in Scotland

 

For moreinforamtion about this ebook please see here.

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Inquests: a practitioner’s guide

2015 | Adam Straw |

Authors - Leslie Thomas QC, Adam Straw, Daniel Machover and Danny Friedman QC

 

Inquests: a practitioner's guide seeks to assist legal practitioners in promoting the rights of bereaved people who become involved in inquests. It is uniquely focused on examining the practice and procedure of the coroner's court from the point of view of practitioner acting for the bereaved.

Since the last edition the coronial system in England and Wales has undergone fundamental reform. This edition is up to date to include:

  • The new statutory regime governing the powers and duties of coroners: Coroners and Justice Act 2009, Coroners (Inquests) Rules 2013 and Coroners (Investigations) Regulations 2013
  • The public funding regime under the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012
  • Continuing applicable developments under international human rights law
  • A new chapter on public inquiries and other investigations


Inquests: a practitioner's guide is a comprehensive yet accessible and practical guide. There is thorough consideration of the practice and procedure of the coroner's court, in-depth analysis of an ever-evolving body of case-law in UK and Strasbourg alongside practical and tactical guidance for practitioners from reporting the death through to the hearing, funding and remedies.

Contents include:

  • Historical origins of modern inquests
  • Coroner qualifications, appointment, bias, removal and immunity
  • The coroner's duties
  • Jurisdiction, suspension and resumption of an inquest
  • The post-mortem and forensic toxicology
  • Immediate action on behalf of the deceased's family
  • Funding of representation at the inquest
  • Conference with the advocate
  • Pre-inquest review hearings
  • The inquest hearing
  • The jury
  • The conclusion
  • Inquests and the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Controversial deaths: special cases
  • Post-inquest remedies
  • Public inquiries and other investigations
  • Extracts from legislation, useful resources, sample narrative directions and rulings from coroners, letters, precedents and non-statutory forms

Essential reading for barristers, solicitors and other advocates, coroners, campaigning organisations and public bodies.

For more information on the publication please see here.

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Human Rights Practice

2015 | Adam Straw |

Adam Straw was a contributing editor in Article 2 (2015): Simor QC and Emmerson QC (Ed), Human Rights Practice.

 

Providing comprehensive information on this important and complex field, Human Rights Practice:

  • Explains the Human Rights Act 1998 and its impact on domestic law
  • Guides you, chapter-by-chapter, through each Article and Protocol of the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Contains extensive case law from both the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and UK courts
  • Covers key Convention principles developed by the Court and the Commission, such as proportionality and necessity
  • Details the procedures you need to follow when taking a case to Strasbourg, including time limits, legal aid, levels of compensation and representative action and evidence
  • Contains all relevant primary material and reproduces the Human Rights Act 1998 in full
  • Includes a range of useful material including the rules of the European Court of Human Rights, the composition of the Court, list of useful website links, plus much more

For more information about this publication please see here.

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Mental Health Tribunal Handbook

2015 | Sophy Miles, Sarah Johnston, Dr M Claire Royston |

Mental Health Tribunal Handbook will help those who are new to this demanding, fascinating and rewarding area of practice and also will provide an accessible reference point for the experienced practitioner.

Contents include: Purpose of the Mental Health Act and key concepts > civil sections: admission, transfer and community treatment > mentally disordered offenders > consent to treatment > mental health tribunals > Mental Health Act 1983 Parts 6-10 > Mental Capacity Act 2005 and DOLS > children and young people > regulation, ethics and guidance > funding > evidence gathering and preparation > the process before hearing > the hearing > appeals > understanding mental disorder > top ten cases > appendices: Tribunal Procedure Rules, practice directions, guidance forms, standard letters and section papers checklists. The authors have many years' experience both representing clients and sitting on the tribunal panel. With a combined legal and medical background they are uniquely placed to guide practitioners through the procedural steps of taking a case from initial instructions through to hearings and, where necessary, to appeals to the Upper Tribunal. There is guidance on psychiatric concepts, expert witnesses and reports and advice on preparation, effective communication and skilled advocacy throughout the tribunal process. 

Mental Health Tribunal Handbook

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Police Misconduct and the law

2015 | |

Stephen Cragg QC, Tony Murphy and Heather Williams QC continue their six-monthly review of important developments in the law relating to police misconduct.

 

CASE-LAW Stop and search • R (Roberts) v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis and others [2014] EWCA Civ 69, 4 February 2014 The claimant appealed a finding by the High Court (see October 2012 Legal Action 20) that her stop and search by police pursuant to section 60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 was compatible with articles 5, 8 and/or 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights ('the convention'). 

 

To veiw the full artical please see here.

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Police Misconduct: Legal Remedies

This complete guide for all advisers, practitioners, students and academics has been expanded and updated to give fuller treatment to the practice and pocedure of suing the police, from pre-action considerations through issue of proceedings, summons for directions and discovery to the trial itself. It covers wrongful convictions, the Human Rights Act, inquests, inquiries, judicial review, criminal injuries compensation and property held by the police.

 

Review

'Lawyers and non-lawyers concerned with complaints of police misconduct will find this essential reading.' --Law Society Gazette

 

About the Author

John Harrison is a solicitor and partner at Sharpe Pritchard in London. Stephen Cragg is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers in London specialising in actions against the police and public law. Heather Williams QC is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers in London specialising in civil liberties, actions against the police, human rights and discrimination law. 

 

To order this publication please see here.

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The Anatomy of an Unfair Trial

Published: Huffington Post (19th August 2014)

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Bribery: A Compliance Handbook

Bribery: A Compliance Handbook is a practical guide to regulation in relation to corrupt practices. The book considers the safeguards and practical measures that organisations should put in place to prevent prosecution or regulatory action. It is a compliance text focussing on the requisite measures to be put into place by company directors and compliance officers to avoid liability.

 

This book is a reference point for those concerned with regulation of potentially corrupt activities. It covers the current bribery legislation in the UK and the domestic and international context within which it was enacted and reviews each of the principle offences and considers some case studies and issues that affect particular sectors.

 

The emphasis of the book is on preventative matters rather than defending subsequent prosecutions and will appeal not just to lawyers, but to compliance officers, non executive directors and others who are required to be aware of the provisions.

 

Bribery: A Compliance Handbook is essential reading for in-house and private practice lawyers advising clients in this area and for compliance officers or Board members, who post Bribery Act are ever more likely to be engaged with the difficult practical issues the new legislation gives rise to. 

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Search and seizure: your rights

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Principal’s Consent: has the mist finally cleared? March 2014

2014 | |

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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon: Law and Practice

2014 | Amal Clooney, David Tolbert, Nidal Jurdi (Editors) |

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Bullen & Leake & Jacob’s Precedents of Pleadings, 17th edition

Harry Lambert and Robin Oppenheim QC contribute chapter to the 1st supplement to the 17th edition of Bullen & Leake & Jacob's Precedents of Pleadings.
Their chapter, “Multi-Party Actions”, includes a wealth of practical precedents as well as providing an up to date analysis of the substantive law on Part 19 and GLOs. It confirms Doughty Street’s Product Liability and Group Actions team as amongst the foremost in the country.
 

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Security Council in Starting and Stopping Cases at the International Criminal Court: Problems of Principle and Practice (Chapter)

Chapter:   The Role of the Security Council in Starting and Stopping Cases at the International Criminal Court: Problems of Principle and Practice.

Publisher: British Institute of International and Comparative Law,

Published: 2014

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Children In Need - Second Edition Published by Legal Action Group.

The Legal Action Group have published a second edition of the popular handbook, 'Children in Need,' written by specialist practitioners from Doughty Street Chambers.  It sets out the statutory obligations of local authorities to support vulnerable children and families, including children in and leaving custody, disabled children, migrant children and families, trafficked children and children leaving care.

 

The authors are very grateful to Lord Justice Munby for providing a foreword.  He says,

 

‘Ian Wise and his colleagues have, in masterful fashion, incorporated the mass of new material which has emerged since the first edition and performed that difficult task so skilfully that the book has grown but little. It remains both comprehensive and accessible, a handbook for the real world.’ 

More details, and how to order, available here.

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Behind Bars: A safe haven

Child offenders should be given anonymity to ensure they can be rehabilitated and move on in later life, says Jeannie Mackie.

Read full article here.

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Contemporary Issues in Refugee Law

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013

A collection on Contemporary Issues in Refugee Law is just out, co-edited by Colin Harvey, of the School of Law at QUB and one of our academic panellists.

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The Impact of the Hybrid Nature of International Proceedings on Counsel (Chapter)

2013 | Amal Clooney, S.Kay QC |

Publisher: International Bar Association.

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Behind Bars: The not so distant future

Jeannie Mackie pays a visit to the privatised courts of the government’s imagination.

Read full article here.

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Can a defendant be so dangerous that he should not be produced in person for his trial? Archbold Review issue 4 - 14/05/13

Publisher: Archbold Review, Issue 4, 14th May 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

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Rape, Consent and Intoxication: A legal Practitioner’ Perspective - Alcohol and Alcoholism Advance Access - 03/05/13

Publisher: Medical Council on Alcohol and Oxford University Press, 2013

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Legal Action Group handbook on Healthcare Regulatory Law

2013 | |

Forthcoming

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Housing and Human Rights Law

Publisher: Legal Action Group

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Atkins Court Forms (Trespass to the Person)

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Blackstone’s Criminal Practice 2013

2013 | Tim Moloney QC, Author on: Sexual Offences, Terrorism and Appeals |

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2013

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Give prisoners more not less

Publisher: Solicitors Journal, 7th May 2013

Stripping prisoners of recreational privileges won't solve recidivism. if the government had any insight into prison life they would understand, says Jeannie Mackie.

 

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Behind Bars: An Easter farce

Jeannie Mackie writes about her concerns for the best value contracts.

Read full article here.

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Archbold Review - Cases in brief - Bauer and Other v DPP [2013] EWHC 634 (Admin)

2013 | |

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Foreign National Prisoners - Law and Practice Principal Author Laura Dubinsky (LAG, 2012)

2013 | Alasdair Mackenzie, Laura Dubinsky, Hamish Arnott |

Foreign National Prisoners: law and practice is the first inter-disciplinary guide to the immigration law, prison law and false imprisonment aspects of legal challenges brought by foreign national prisoners and former prisoners (FNPs). The book provides a detailed analysis and critique of the case-law from the domestic, Strasbourg and Luxembourg courts; a comprehensive overview of the relevant legislation and prison and Home Office policies; and practical guidance.

Pricipal Author: Laura Dubinsky

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Behind Bars: Common sense and a sharp eye

Stories about dopey juries are irresistable to the mainstream press but Jeannie Mackie gives a little airtime to the juries that put the pros to shame.

Read full article here.

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Behind Bars: Turning over a new leaf

Jeannie Mackie suggests some New Year’s resolutions for the Ministry of Justice.

Read full article here.

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Will Syria go to the ICC?

Publisher: The Lawyer, December 2012

To veiw this publication please see here and here

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Extradition Bulletin – Issue 1

2012 | |

Varga – Press Release from European Court of Human Rights

 

Varga – Judgment of European Court of Human Rights

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Behind Bars: Going to the next level

Jeannie Mackie discusses the struggle facing courts in tackling andclassing child pornography, and how best to prosecute offenders.

Read full article here.

 

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Behind Bars: New bill will help remove the mental health stigma

A private member’s bill looking at lifting the ban on serving in parliament on mental health grounds could help everybody think differently, says Jeannie Mackie

Read full article here.

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Does Libya have an obligation to Surrender Saif Gaddafi to the ICC?

Publisher: Prepared for and published online by Lawyers for Justice in Libya) (2012)

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Lexis Nexis Practice Notes - Assisted suicide and Prison Rules

Publisher: Lexis Nexis

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Prisons and Prisoners

2012 | , Authors 1999, Consultant Editor 2012 |

Publisher: Halsbury’s Laws 1999

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Freedom of Persons in the Enlarged European Union

2012 | John Walsh, Co-Author |

Publisher: Sweet and Maxwell (Re-published 2012)

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Reparations and Victim Support in the International Criminal Court

2012 | |

Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012

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Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals

Publisher: 2nd edition, Immigration Law Practitioners' Association in association with the Refugee Legal Group

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Taylor on Criminal Appeals

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2012

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Professional discipline and healthcare regulators - A legal handbook

This is a practical and accessible guide to the law, practice and procedure of professional disciplinary hearings before healthcare regulators. This book is essential reading for lawyers, advisers, trade union officials and healthcare professionals. It is a practical handbook for the busy legal practitioner and an affordable and accessible guide for registrants and their union representatives. The authors are all members of Doughty Street Chambers professional discipline and regulatory team.

 

Click here for further details.

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Jackson’s Immigration Law and Practice

2011 | Charlotte Kilroy, Joe Middleton, George Warr, Julian Onslow-Cole Editors |

Publisher: Bloomsbury, 2011

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Butterworths Immigration Law Service

Publisher: Butterworths, Contributing Editor

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The Law of Habeas Corpus

2011 | Judith Farbey QC, R.J. Sharpe |

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Criminal Procedure Rules

2011 | Tim Moloney QC, Duncan Atkinson (Treasury Counsel) |

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2011

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Children in Need: local authority support for children and families

Publisher: LAG

Children in Need is the first comprehensive and accessible handbook to set out the duties and powers of local authorities to support children and families, including children in, and leaving, custody, disabled children, migrant children and families, trafficked children and children leaving care. Taking a rights-based approach, it analyses domestic and international law and sets out the entitlements to services and support that are all too often denied

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Rook and Ward on Sexual Offences

2010 | Tim Moloney QC, His Honour Judge Peter Rook QC and Robert Ward CBE |

Publisher: Sweet and Maxwell 2010

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Collection of Evidence in International Criminal Justice (Chapter)

2010 | Amal Clooney, Chapter |

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2010

Amal Alamuddin authored chapter on Collection of Evidence.

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Expanding Jurisdiction over War Crimes under Article 8 of the ICC Statute

2010 | Amal Clooney, P.Webb |

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2010

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Judicial Review

2010 | Alex Gask, Goudie & Walker |

Publisher: LexisNexis, 2010

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The Law of Public Order and Protest

2010 | David Rhodes, Edward Rees QC, Richard Thomas, Ruth Brander, HHJ Peter Thornton QC, Mike Schwarz |

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2010

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Arden & Partington’s Quiet Enjoyment

2010 | David Carter, Andrew Arden, Andrew Dymond |

Publisher: Legal Action Group 5th and 5th ed.

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An Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure

2010 | Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Robert Cryer, Hakan Friman and Darryl Robinson |

Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 2010

 

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Clinical Risk: Gamete Donor Secrecy and Human Rights

2010 | |

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Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance Handbook

2010 | John R.W.D. Jones QC, Rosemary Davidson |

Publisher: 2010, OUP

The Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance Handbook is the new edition of the previously entitled Extradition Law Handbook.

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Disabled children: a legal handbook

2010 | , Luke Clements and Janet Read |

Publisher: LAG

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Human Rights in the Investigation and Prosecution of Crime Act (OUP, 2009)

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Collection and Retention of Person Data in Human Rights in the Investigation and Prosecution of Crime

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Human Rights in the Investigation and Prosecution of Crime

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2009

David Bentley QC - Chapter on "Fair Trial".

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Human Rights and the Investigation and Prosecution of Crime

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2009

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International Crimes and the ad hoc Tribunals

Publisher: Oxford University Press 2009

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Perspectives on the Nuremberg Trial

Publisher: Oxford University Press 2009

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The Treatment of Prisoners under International Law

2009 | Professor Nigel Rodley, Matt Pollard |

Publisher: Clarendon Press/ UNESCO, 2nd Edition 1987; 3rd Edition 2009, with Matt Pollard

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African Guide to International Criminal Justice

2008 | Max du Plessis, Edited |

Publisher: Institute for Security Studies, 2008

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The Law of Command Responsibility

Publisher: Oxford University Press 2008

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Promoting Equality and Diversity: A Practitioner’s Guide

2007 | Henrietta Hill QC, Richard Kenyon |

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2007

  • Combines comprehensive coverage of the legal concepts relating to discrimination with real practical advice on how to implement equality measures
  • Adopts a task based approach drawing together all the "strands" of discrimination to provide a fully integrated legal analysis
  • Provides practical solutions to legal problems setting the law in a tangible context
  • Offers pragmatic advice on practical issues, such as how to carry out impact assessments, how to carry out equal pay audits, and the role of monitoring
  • Covers both recent and forthcoming legislation in relation to the duty to promote equality such as the Equality Act 2006, the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 and the Disability Discrimination Act 1995
  • Contains useful checklists, precedents, and examples to assist the reader and to make the book as accessible as possible

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Encyclopedia of Housing Law and Practice

Publisher: Sweet and Maxwell, (1997 - 2000)

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Intercepting Terrorists

2006 | Rupert Bowers QC, Hugo Lodge |

Article ref: Covert Policing Review (Issue 2 2006)

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Crimes Against Humanity: The Struggle for Global Justice

Publisher: 3rd Edition 2006

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Blackstone’s Guide to the Terrorism Act 2006

2006 | Rupert Bowers QC, Alun Jones QC, Hugo D. Lodge |

Puiblisher: OUP

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Closing Protection Gaps Handbook on Protection of Palestinian Refugees in States Signatories to the 1951 Refugee Convention

2005 | |

Publisher: BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights, 2005

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The Trial: A History, from Socrates to O.J Simpson

2005 | , Sadakat Kadri |

Publisher: Random

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Blackstone’s Guide to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

Publisher: 2nd edition, OUP

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Criminal Evidence

2004 | Steven Powles, Sir Richard May |

Publisher: 5th edition Sweet & Maxwell, 2004

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Joint Criminal Enterprise - Criminal Liability by Prosecutorial Ingenuity and Judicial Creativity

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Encyclopedia of Housing Law and Practice

2004 | David Carter, Editor |

Publisher: Sweet and Maxwell, 1997 - 2004

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Blackstone’s Guide to the Asylum and Immigration Act 2004

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2004

Written by an experienced team of practitioners from Doughty Street Chambers, at the forefront of immigration law
Makes reference to the previous system so as to compare and explain how the law will now work
Relates the new changes in the law to current practice and refers to the European Framework for Asylum giving readers the most up-to-date information
Clear, layout with comprehensive referencing to relevant case law assisting busy practitioners in quickly accessing the key information
Includes a copy of the Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants) Act 2004

The Blackstone's Guide Series delivers concise and accessible books covering the latest legislation changes and amendments. Published within weeks of an Act, they offer expert commentary by leading names on the effects, extent and scope of the legislation, plus a full copy of the Act itself. They offer a cost-effective solution to key information needs and are the perfect companion for any practitioner needing to get up to speed with the latest changes.

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Just Law

Publisher: Chatto & Windus

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