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19. Human Rights II: Emergent Principles 

19. Human Rights II: Emergent Principles
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19. Human Rights II: Emergent Principles
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Ian Loveland

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10.1093/he/9780198709039.003.0019
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date: 18 October 2019

This chapter presents an overview of the European Convention on Human Rights, and is organised as follows. Section I discusses the main procedural and substantive features of the Convention itself, whilst Section II assesses its status and use in English law up until (approximately) the early-1990s. Sections III and IV examine the leading judgments of the European Court on Human Rights in the areas of privacy and freedom of expression.

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