Right to a Fair Trial – A Practical Guide to the Article 6 Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights. Written by true insiders, a former judge in Strasbourg and a current member of the Court's registry. It is geared especially towards practitioners. This is the abstract:
'This book provides a comprehensive, detailed and up-to-date account of the Strasbourg case-law on the right to a fair trial. It focuses on the Court's most important fair trial cases which have been selected following the Court's Jurisconsult's opinion of their jurisprudential interest.
Every year, the European Court of Human Rights delivers a large number of judgments, adding to its already extensive case-law. This makes it difficult for people outside the Court to know which cases are the most relevant and break new ground for fair trial issues. This book seeks to respond to that need by focusing on the most important cases and aims to make the content of Article 6 accessible in order to best serve readers’ every-day practical legal needs The cases are selected following the Court’s Jurisconsult’s opinion of their jurisprudential interest. In addition, the book includes a number of other cases that raise issues of general interest, establish new principles, or develop or clarify the Court’s existing case-law. The case summaries draw the readers’ attention to the essential points, allowing them to focus on the jurisprudential significance of a particular case. A clear structure utilising detailed heading helps the reader to quickly find the relevant case-law.
Right to a Fair Trial – A Practical Guide to the Article 6 Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights is a comprehensive, easy-to-use and up-to-date reference book which provides a useful source of information for the practitioners, theorists and students in the field of human rights.'