Opinion Writing And Case Preparation

Author: Paul Banks
Publisher: Oxford University Press (UK)
ISBN: 0198714432
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Opinion Writing And Case Preparation from the Author: Paul Banks. Published in conjunction with The City Law School, the Bar Manuals are written specifically for students on the Bar Professional Training Course by expert teams of practising barristers and current or former tutors. Each manual provides a practical guide to the law, practice, and procedure of the individual subject, and offers clear explanations of the relevant substantive and procedural law. Where appropriate, the manuals contain worked examples, sample documentation, and exercises Opinion Writing and Case Preparation equips trainee barristers with the tools and techniques they need to identify, analyse, and present convincing legal arguments, and gives a thorough grounding in the skill of writing opinions With its systematic approach to legal research and fact management, the manual provides trainee barristers with an efficient and reliable method for preparing a client's case. The fundamental qualities of effective writing are also clearly identified and explained, helping you develop this essential skill. Particular care is taken to guide you through the appropriate ways of writing opinions in a variety of contexts


Author: GĂ¼nther Kaiser
Publisher: C.F. MĂ¼ller GmbH
ISBN: 9783811499348
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Strafvollzug from the Author: GĂ¼nther Kaiser.

Homosexuality And The European Court Of Human Rights

Author: Paul Johnson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136218963
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Homosexuality And The European Court Of Human Rights from the Author: Paul Johnson. Homosexuality and the European Court of Human Rights is the first book-length study of the Court’s jurisprudence in respect of sexual orientation. It offers a socio-legal analysis of the substantial number of decisions and judgments of the Strasbourg organs on the wide range of complaints brought by gay men and lesbians under the European Convention on Human Rights. Providing a systematic analysis of Strasbourg case law since 1955 and examining decades of decisions that have hitherto remained obscure, the book considers the evolution of the Court’s interpretation of the Convention and how this has fashioned lesbian and gay rights in Europe. Going beyond doctrinal analysis by employing a nuanced sociological consideration of Strasbourg jurisprudence, Paul Johnson shows how the Court is a site at which homosexuality is both socially constructed and regulated. He argues that although the Convention is conceived as a ‘living instrument’ to be interpreted ‘in the light of present-day conditions’ the Court’s judgments have frequently forged and advanced new social conditions in respect of homosexuality. Johnson argues that the Court’s jurisprudence has an extra-legal importance because it provides an authoritative and powerful discursive resource that can be mobilized by lesbians and gay men to challenge homophobic and heteronormative social relations in contemporary societies. As such, the book considers how the Court’s interpretation of the Convention might be evolved in the future to better protect lesbian and gay rights and lives.

Responding To Human Rights Judgments

Author: Great Britain: Ministry of Justice
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780101843225
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Responding To Human Rights Judgments from the Author: Great Britain: Ministry of Justice. This is the latest report in a series of broadly annual papers to the Joint Committee on Human Rights (the Joint Committee) setting out the Government's position on the implementation of adverse human rights judgments from the European Court of Human Rights and the domestic courts. This paper is divided into three main sections: (i) general introductory comments, including wider developments in human rights and the process for implementation of adverse judgments; (ii) the UK's record on the implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights and a two part overview of significant European Court of Human Rights judgments that have become final in the previous twelve months and that became final earlier and are still under the supervision of the Committee of Ministers; and (iii) information about declarations of incompatibility in domestic cases. The aim of the report is to keep the Joint Committee up-to-date with the Government's response to human rights judgments and any significant developments in the field of human rights. The report covers the period 1 August 2011 to 31 July 2012.

Historical Dictionary Of Human Rights

Author: Jacques Fomerand
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0810880350
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Historical Dictionary Of Human Rights from the Author: Jacques Fomerand. If the sheer number of references to human rights in media headlines or government statements is of any guidance, human rights concerns now appear virtually at the center of the framework of the norms, principles, and obligations that shape relations within the international community both among and within states. That political journey began, perhaps arbitrarily, on 10 December, 1948, when the United Nations General Assembly (UN-GA) embraced and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), a ringing endorsement and advocacy of the notion that regardless of race, religion or nationality, all men and women, everywhere in the world are entitled to the human rights and fundamental freedoms simply because they are human. The Historical Dictionary of Human Rights covers the history of the Human Rights movement through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has more than 1000 cross-referenced entries on terminology, conventions, treaties, intergovernmental organizations in the United Nations family or regional bodies, and the constantly expanding universe of non-governmental organizations, as well as some of the pioneers and defenders. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the Human Rights movement.

Selected International Human Rights Instruments And Bibliography For Research On International Human Rights Law

Author: David Weissbrodt
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 0327178477
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Selected International Human Rights Instruments And Bibliography For Research On International Human Rights Law from the Author: David Weissbrodt. This comprehensive documentary supplement contains selected international human rights instruments, including: • United Nations Documents • Other United Nations Instruments • Regional Instruments • U.S. Reservations, Declarations, and Understandings • Selected U.S. Legislation This volume also contains a bibliography for research on international human rights law, including entries for: • Human Rights Instruments (compilations of, status of, and legislative history of) • Human Rights Case Law, Jurisprudence, Decisions, and Digests • Research Guides on the Major Human Rights Instruments • Refugee Law • Economic Issues • International Criminal Tribunals • Research Guides and Bibliographies • Book and Periodical Indexes • Electronic Sources

Preventive Human Rights Strategies

Author: B. G. Ramcharan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415548551
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Preventive Human Rights Strategies from the Author: B. G. Ramcharan. The prevention of violations of human rights must become the dominant protection strategy of the twenty-first century, nationally, regionally, and globally. This book clearly identifies the need for preventive human rights strategies, maps what exists by way of such strategies at the present time, and offers policy options to deal with the world of the future. Written by a former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the book suggests the future lies in strong national protection systems backed up by regional and international organs and an international criminal justice system. The book explores the future of preventive human rights through a wide range of contemporary issues, including: climate change pandemics mass migration global poverty and pervasive inequality inter-state conflicts terrorism, including WMD terrorism gross violations of human rights the financial and economic crisis Ă£ee We are already in a quite different world in the 21st century, and human rights thinking will need to evolve to meet its needs. This important and contemporary volume calls for the modification of current preventive human rights strategies, and is essential reading for all those concerned with the future of international relations and human rights.