*Editors’ note: This post is part of a series on ‘The Human Rights Act After 22 Years’, following […]
Independent Human Rights Act Review
Stuart Wallace: Human Rights Claims and Overseas Military Operations: Will Clause 14 of the Bill of Rights Bill Really Limit Victims’ Access to British Courts?
Clause 14 of the Bill of Rights Bill, currently progressing through the UK parliament, introduces a total ban […]
Stefan Theil: Missing the Forest for the Trees – Deficits in Doctrinal Methods and How Data Can Help
Introduction Law and legal scholarship have a problem: a problem with digesting and analysing the sheer volume of […]
This post completes my analysis of the Government’s Proposals for reform of the Human Rights Act 1998, following […]
Richard Clayton: The Government’s New Proposals for the Human Rights Act; Part One – The Proposals in Outline
The Conservative Party has opposed the HRA root and branch ever since its enactment. Manifesto commitments to overhaul […]
The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 (NZBORA) and the United Kingdom’s Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) […]
Boris Johnson’s government takes the view that ours is a time of judicial overreach, necessitating redress in terms […]
Florence Powell and Stephanie Needleman: How radical an instrument is Section 3 of the Human Rights Act 1998?
The operation of the Human Rights Act 1998 (the “HRA”) is currently being reviewed by the Government’s Independent […]
Joe Tomlinson, Lewis Graham, and Alexandra Sinclair: Does judicial review of delegated legislation under the Human Rights Act 1998 unduly interfere with executive law-making?
The relationship between delegated legislation and the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) is seemingly becoming a more contentious […]
Lee Marsons: The Independent Human Rights Act Review (IHRAR) – a welcome change of tone but with concerns ahead
As some readers may know, I have been involved in various modest ways with responding to the ongoing […]