This study seeks to analyse the ever-shifting dynamic in the judicial ‘dialogue’ taking place between the domestic courts of the UK and the European Court of Human Rights. Endorsing the view that s.2 of the Human Rights Act 1998 is the principal ‘gateway’ through which this important dialogue can occur, it focuses in particular on the potential implications should a new UK Bill of Rights include a modification of that provision.
Start date:October 2011
Research Topic:The Legitimising Role of Judicial Dialogue between the UK Courts and the European Court of Human Rights
Research pathway:Empirical Studies in Law
Research Supervisor:Professor Jiri Priban, Professor Luke Clements
Supervising school:School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University
Primary funding source:ESRC Studentship