Public Law & Human Rights: key publications

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Below is a list of some of the key publications from the Public Law & Human Rights Cluster

  • Sophie Boyron, The Constitution of France: A Contextual Analysis (Oxford: Hart)
  • Dominic de Cogan, ‘Tax, Discretion and the Rule of Law’ in Freedman, Evans & Krever (eds), The Delicate Balance: Tax, Discretion and the Rule of Law (Amsterdam: IBFD)
  • Graham Gee, ‘What is a Political Constitution?’ (2010) 30 Oxford Journal of Legal Sudies 273 (with G.C.N. Webber)
  • Gulara Guliyeva, ‘Education, Languages and Linguistic Minorities in the EU: Challenges and Perspectives’ (2013) 19(2) European Law Journal (forthcoming)
  • Bharat Malkani, 'A rights-specific approach to section 2 of the Human Rights Act' (2012) 5 European Human Rights Law Review 515  
  • Jane Norton, 'Religious tribunals, religious freedom, and concern for vulnerable women' (2012) Child and Family Law Quarterly (with Farrah Ahmed)
  • Anastasia Vakulenko, Islamic Veiling in Legal Discourse (London: Routledge)