Carla Buckley, Krešimir Kamber, Pamela McCormick and David Harris have just published a new handbook for university students as well as legal practitioners, entitled The European Convention on Human Rights – Principles and Law. Here is a brief summary:
'The European Convention on Human Rights – Principles and law is the essential handbook for university students, government officials, lawyers and human rights advocates seeking a comprehensive and concise account of the case law generated under the European Convention on Human Rights. Written by experts on the Convention, it:
• cites nearly 1 500 cases, providing links to each case in the HUDOC database;
• identifies key challenges and current legal developments;
• provides suggestions for further reading on contentious issues;
• is a companion text to Council of Europe’s book The individual application under the European Convention on Human Rights – Procedural guide by Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos and Maria-Andriani Kostopoulou.'