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Resources tagged with "Human Rights Act 1998"

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    Court of Protection: Update

    July 12 2011 | Conference papers | By Mathieu Culverhouse

    This paper looks into recent developments in the Court of Protection, the Court's welfare jurisdiction and the developing case law on deprivation of liberty.

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    Judicial review: Disclosure and Evidence

    July 11 2011 | Conference papers | By Kate Stone

    This paper looks at the procedural developments in human rights-based claims in judicial review, with special focus on disclosure, public interest immunity and the cope for calling evidence following landmark cases such as R (Al-Sweady and others) v Secretary of State for Defence [2009] EWHC 2387, where the Administrative Court indicated that it should not be reluctant to order disclosure or permit live evidence and cross-examination in appropriate judicial review cases.

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    Common Law Rights

    October 18 2010 | Conference papers | By Michael Fordham QC

    This paper analyses the 'principle of legality' and 'anxious scrutiny' and their role in securing the protection of constitutional rights since the enactment of the HRA.

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    The Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on Judicial Review

    June 15 2003 | Research | By Varda Bondy and Lee Bridges

    This empirical research study drew much from the methodologies and experience acquired in the course of the previous studies, and built on the important links established by PLP with the Administrative Court, academics and practitioners.