|Name||Taking Cases to the European Court of Human Rights: A Manual. 2nd Edition|
The manual provides a comprehensive and practical guide to litigation in Strasbourg, setting out the development of the Court since its inception and the changes that have been made in order to enhance the Court’s efficiency. In this regard, it covers the introduction of pilot-judgment procedures and the new admissibility criteria, as well as explaining further potential changes initiated by the Interlaken Conference in February 2010. The manual also includes commentaries on the practice and procedure of the Court, key texts such as the European Convention on Human Rights, the Court’s application form and a table of legal aid rates.
|Filename||Taking Cases to the ECHR ONLINE2.pdf|
|Filetype||pdf (Mime Type: application/pdf)|
|Created On:||10/24/2011 03:58|
|Last updated on||10/24/2011 05:24|