New Publication: Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution-Alison Young (Oxford)

by | Jan 12, 2017

Professor Alison Young, OxHRH Associate and Professor of Public Law (University of Oxford) in Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution (OUP, 2017) provides a novel and complete normative account of democratic dialogue across a range of constitutional systems and examines the emerging dialogue between domestic courts and the European Court of Justice and European Court of Human Rights. The monograph gives a complete account of the relationship between the Human Rights Act 1998 and newly emerging protections of human rights through European Union law, as well as the re-emergence of the protection of human rights through the common law and analyses democratic dialogue in light of the proposed British Bill of Rights and Brexit.

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