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European Human Rights Reports
European Human Rights Reports
Practice Area: Human Rights
ISSN: 0260-4868
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
Last Release: Aug 2018 / Next Release: Sep 2018
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The European Human Rights Reports provide full text judgments and all separate opinions of key cases decided in the European Court of Human Rights.

  • Offers a wide selection of significant cases from the European Court of Human Rights, of direct and immediate relevance to criminal and commercial lawyers alike
  • All cases carefully headnoted by practising human rights lawyers
  • The only source of Chamber judgments in English where the original decision is in French
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This law report does not accept external contributions. If you would like to join the headnoting staff for this title please contact Helene Matha at HMatha@essexcourt.net.

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Jessica Wells, General Editor
Helene Matha, Editorial Assistant
Jackie McArthur, Assistant Editor
Naomi Hart, Assistant Editor
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