- Title Pages
- Preface by The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales
- Why This Collection?
- Section A Mastering a New System
- Part I Implementing Human Rights
- 1 Common Law in the Age of Human Rights
- 2 Building a Better Society
- 3 On Liberty
- Part II Understanding Proportionality and Subsidiarity
- 4 Proportionality: The Way Ahead?
- 5 Subsidiarity and Decentralization
- 6 Press, Privacy, and Proportionality
- Part III Interpreting Legislation—New Approaches Emerge
- 7 The Interpretation of UK Domestic Legislation in the Light of the European Convention on Human Rights Jurisprudence
- 8 The Changing Judicial Role: Human Rights, Community Law, and the Intention of Parliament
- 9 Statutory Interpretation and Human Rights
- Section B Balancing Different Interests
- PART IV Balancing Human Rights and National Security
- 10 Human Rights in the Age of Terrorism
- 11 Balancing Human Rights and National Security
- 12 Meeting the Challenge of Terrorism: The Experience of English and Other Courts
- PART V Privacy: Balancing Public and Private Interests
- 13 The Future of the Law of Privacy
- 14 Human Rights and Civil Wrongs: Tort Law under the Spotlight
- 15 Media Intrusion and Human Rights: Striking the Balance
- Section C Beyond our Own Horizons
- Part VI The Value of the International Perspective
- 16 Freedom of Expression and the Role of a Supreme Court: Some Issues from Around the World
- 17 Prospective Overruling
- Part VII Working Out the Right Relationship with the European Supranational Courts
- 18 Peaceful or Problematic? The Relationship Between National Supreme Courts and Supranational Courts in Europe
- 19 Jurisdiction of the New UK Supreme Court
- 20 An English Judge in Europe
- Appendix Selected Provisions of the Human Rights Act 1998 and of the European Convention on Human Rights
- General Index
- Names Index
- Human Rights and European Law
- Oxford University Press
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