The Handbook of Human Rights Law: An Accessible Approach to the Issues and Principles

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Kogan Page, 2004 - Political Science - 274 pages
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Concise reference book which provides useful factual information on human rights law. Includes case law, examples, and question-and-answer discussion sections. It is accessible to all, but comprehensive enough to be of use to lawyers, businesspeople, civil servants, private citizens and students.

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Dr Michael Arnheim is a practising London barrister and mediator, and he also teaches at London Metropolitan University.

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