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Human Rights Law Reports - UK Cases
Human Rights Law Reports - UK Cases
Practice Area: Human Rights
ISSN: 1470-1669
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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Human Rights Law Reports - UK Cases focus entirely on the application of the Human Rights Act 1998 and the ECHR in the UK. They provide the reader with the most important cases in the UK courts, carefully selected by a team of experts. Each case report contains the full transcript of the judgment preceded by a headnote, which contains:

  • Key words relating to the case
  • A synopsis of the case highlighting the human rights issues raised
  • A summary of what was held in the case

What's new for 2013

Included in this year’s editions will be a special issue on the application of economic and social rights in UK law.

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Contributor Information
H.R.L.R. does not accept outside contributions for headnotes.
 
Subscribers are invited to send in transcripts of any recent decisions of United Kingdom courts or tribunals involving a point of human rights law or precedent.
A fee of £15 will be paid for any case published as a result of such submission. (In the case of duplication the fee will be paid to the subscriber from whom the first copy of the transcript was received.)
Cases should be sent to Tim Ward QC, General Editor H.R.L.R., Monckton Chambers, 4 Raymond Buildings, Grays Inn, London WC1R 5BP.
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