JUSTICE Journal – Volume 3, Number 2

Contents of Volume 3 Number 2


Writing it down Roger Smith


  • Five years on from 9/11 – time to re-assert the rule of law Mary Robinson
  • Politics and the law: constitutional balance or institutional confusion?Jeffrey Jowell
  • Best evidence: the case for using intercept material in UK courts Eric Metcalfe


  • Parliamentary scrutiny: an assessment of the work of the constitutional affairs select committee Alexander Horne
  • Change in the coroners’ courts Rachel Brailsford
  • Multiple discrimination – problems compounded or solutions found? Gay Moon
  • A solid foundation for the house: does the EU have the legislative competence to harmonise areas of member states’ criminal procedure laws? Maik Martin
  • Childhood on trial: the right to participate in criminal proceedings Sally Ireland

Book reviews

  • Indirect discrimination: a case study into the development of the legal concept of indirect discrimination under EC law Tobler (Intersentia)
  • Race matters: an international legal analysis of race discrimination Mooney Cotter (Ashgate)
  • Criminal justice – an introduction to crime and the criminal justice systemJoyce (Willan)
  • From Newbury with love: letters of friendship across the iron curtainHorsbrugh and Aidova (Profile)
  • How Law Works Cranston (OUP)

JUSTICE briefings and submissions

1 March 2006 – 31 October 2006

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JUSTICE Journal 2006, Volume 3, No.2