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Blackstone's Guide to the Human Rights Act, 1998 (Blackstone's Guide S.) Wadham, John and Mountfield QC, Helen

Blackstone's Guide to the Human Rights Act, 1998 (Blackstone's Guide S.) Wadham, John and Mountfield QC, Helen

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"The common law approach to statutory interpretation will never be the same again.'
Lord Cooke of Thorndort
The incorporation of the Convention will put a burden on all laveyers and courts te learma
great deal more about Strasbourg jurisprudence.
Lord Irie of Lairg
The Human Rights Act 1998 incorporates the European Convention on Human Rights into
British law. This is a huge constitutional innovation and will have a momentous impact on
our legal system.
There will be radical changes to our legal techniques and these will affect every area of law-
from commerce to crime, from tax to civil liberties, from family law to public law. Here, for
the first time, is a clear, user-friendly and affordable guide to what it will all mean.
•Provides a clear, concise explanation of how the Human Rights Act 1998 will be applied
• Summarises the new interpretative techniques that lanyers will need to understand
• Outlines the content of the Covention rights
•llustrates, with examples, areas in which the Act will have an impact
No practitioner can afford to underestimate the implications of the Human Rights Act.
INCLUDES A COPY OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998,
THE CONVENTION AND ALL THE RELEVANT
HANSARD STATEMENTS