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Reasoning Rights: Comparative Judicial Engagement

general editors Liora Lazarus, Christopher McCrudden, FBA, Nigel Bowles ; co-ordinating editor, Laura Hilly ; sub editors, Ryan Goss, Kai Möller, Brett Scharffs, Murray Wesson
Format
Book
Published
Oxford ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
9781849462525, 1849462526
Summary
"This book is about judicial reasoning in human rights cases. The aim is explore the question: how is it that notionally universal norms are reasoned by courts in such significantly different ways?"--Page i.
Contents
  • The pluralism of human rights adjudication / Christopher McCrudden
  • Constructing the proportionality test : an emerging global conversation / Kai Möller
  • Necessity and proportionality : towards a balanced approach / David Bilchitz
  • Proportionality without balancing : why judicial ad hoc balancing is unnecessary and potentially detrimental to the realisation of individual and collective self-determination / Jochen von Bernstorff
  • Proportionality in United States constitutional law / Paul Yowell
  • "To the serious detriment of the public" : secret evidence and closed material procedures / Ryan Goss
  • National security law and the creep of secrecy : a transatlantic tale / Tom Hickman and Adam Tomkins
  • Navigating the shoals of secrecy : a comparative analysis of the use of secret evidence and "cleared counsel" in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada / David Cole and Stephen I. Vladeck
  • The secret keepers : judges, security detentions, and secret evidence / Shiri Krebs
  • The intersection of religious autonomy and religious symbols : setting the stage / Christopher McCrudden and Brett G. Scharffs
  • Principles and compromises : religious freedom in a time of transition / Carolyn Evans
  • State interference in the internal affairs of religious institutions / Johan D. Van der Vyver
  • The protection of religious freedom in Australia : a comparative assessment of autonomy and symbols / Paul Babie and James Krumrey-Quinn
  • The emergence and enforcement of socio-economic rights / Murray Wesson
  • The problematic of social rights : uniformity and diversity in the development of social rights review / Colm O'Cinneide
  • A South African perspective on the judicial development of socio-economic rights / Edwin Cameron
  • Judicial activism and the Indian Supreme Court : lessons for economic and social rights adjudication / Anashri Pillay
  • American exceptionalism over social rights / Jeff King.
Description
xl, 391 pages ; 25 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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