- Author:Dallal Stevens
- Publisher:Sweet & Maxwell (December 31, 2003)
- Pages:512 pages
- Subcategory:Constitutional Law
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The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting.
The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. The spine remains undamaged.
Part 1 places asylum in its historical context, covering the period from the 12th to the later 20th century.
UK Asylum Law and Poli. Part 2 concentrates on contemporary UK and EU asylum and refugee law, assessing the four major statutes enacted between 1993 and 2002. It discusses the role of Home Office policy in the exclusion and inclusion of asylum seekers and considers some key judgments in the asylum field. The book concludes with an overview of the harmonisation of asylum at the EU level, assessing the influence of EU initiatives on municipal law and exploring some of the tensions in UK policy between unilateralism and co-operation, liberalism and restrictionism.
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Skills and Expertise. Asylum-Seeking Families in Current Legal Discourse: A UK Perspective.
The international and distinguished group of authors address some of the most lively contemporary problems in their respective fields, and provide new perspectives and insights in a wide range of areas. With a firm focus on texts and contexts, the papers come together to provide a coherent volume dedicated to one of the greatest contemporary Romanists, legal historians and comparative lawyers.
For an overview of British practice historically, see Stevens, UK Asylum Law and Policy, ch.
Holmes, Colin, John Bull's Island: Immigration and British Society, 1871–1971 (London: Macmillan, 1988); and Stevens, Dallal, UK Asylum Law and Policy: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (London: Sweet and Maxwell, 2004), 19–32. 7. Aliens Act 1905 (5 Edw. VII. c. 13), s. 1(3)(d). 10. Immigration law and refugee law are not synonymous, although in British scholarship as elsewhere, they are often taken to be. Immigration law describes the practice of states in regulating, at their discretion, the admission and removal of non-citizens to and from their territory. For an overview of British practice historically, see Stevens, UK Asylum Law and Policy, ch. 1.
Critical legal studies (CLS) is a school of critical theory that first emerged as a movement in the United States during the 1970s. Critical Legal Studies adherents claim that laws are used to maintain the status quo of society's power structures; it is also held that the law is a codified form of society's biases against marginalized groups.
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This book offers a distinctive analysis of law, identifying political and moral problems that are fundamental to contemporary legal theory. It portrays contemporary law as institutionalised doctrine, emphasising ways in which legal modes of thought influence wider currents of understanding and belief in contemporary Western societies.