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Publications:  Prof Merris Amos

Amos M(2019). From dynamic to static: the evolution of the relationship between the UK and the European Court of Human Rights. Teoría y Realidad Constitucional (42) 161-161.
AMOS ME(2017). The Value of the European Court of Human Rights to the United Kingdom. European Journal of International Law
AMOS ME(2017). Can European consensus encourage acceptance of the European Convention on Human Rights in the United Kingdom?.
AMOS ME(2016). The influence of British courts on the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. British Influences on International Law 1915-2015, Editors: McCorquodale, R, Brill (London),
AMOS ME(2016). An unprincipled mess: party anonymity in legal proceedings in the United Kingdom. Comparative Perspectives on Freedom of Expression, Editors: Koltay, A, Wolters Kluwer (Budapest),
Amos M (2016). Damages for Violations of Human Rights Law in the United Kingdom. DAMAGES FOR VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DOMESTIC LEGAL SYSTEMS. vol. 9, 371-394.
Amos M(2015). The second division in human rights adjudication: Social rights claims under the human rights act 1998. Human Rights Law Review vol. 15, (3) 549-568.
AMOS ME(2014). The impact of human rights law on measures of mass surveillance in the United Kingdom. Surveillance, Counter-Terrorism and Comparative Constitutionalism, Routledge
AMOS ME(2014). Human Rights Law Second Edition 978-1-84946-380-5. Hart Publishing
Amos M(2013). Transplanting Human Rights Norms: The Case of the United Kingdom's Human Rights Act. HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY vol. 35, (2) 386-407.
AMOS ME(2013). Transplanting human rights norms. Human RIghts Quarterly vol. 35, (2) 386-407.
AMOS ME(2013). From monologue to dialogue - the relationship between UK courts and the European Court of Human Rights. The UK's Statutory Bill of Rights: Constitutional and Comparative Perspectives, Editors: Masterman, R, Leigh, I, Edition. 2013, vol. 183, Part II, Chapte, OUP/British Academy (Oxford),
AMOS ME(2012). THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN UNITED KINGDOM COURTS AND THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS. International and Comparative Law Quarterly vol. 61, (3) 557-584.
AMOS ME (2012). Standing to Seek a Remedy for a Violation of Human Rights Law – A New Model for a New Bill of Rights?. no. No. 113/2012,
AMOS ME, Amos ME, Woods L, Harrison J(2011). Freedom of expression and the media. Martinus Nijhoff
AMOS M(2009). Problems with the Human Rights Act and how to remedy them: is a bill of rights the answer?. Modern Law Review vol. 72, (6) 883-908.
AMOS M(2009). The principle of comity and the relationship between British courts and the European Court of Human Rights. Yearbook of European Law vol. 28, (1) 503-530.
AMOS ME(2007). The Impact of the HRA on the UK's performance before the European Court of Human Rights. Public Law vol. 2007, 655-676.
AMOS M(2006). Human Rights Law. Hart (Oxford),
AMOS ME(2004). R v Secretary of State for the Home Department, ex p Anderson - Ending the Home Secretary's Sentencing Role'. The Modern Law Review vol. 67, (1) 108-123.
AMOS ME(2002). Can we speak freely now? Freedom of Expression Under the Human Rights Act. European Human Rights Law Review vol. 6, 750-763.
AMOS ME(2002). Eurotorts and Unicorns: Damages for breach of Community Law in the United Kingdom. Tort Liability of Public Authorities in Comparative Perspective, Editors: Fairgrieve, Andenas, Bell, British Institute of International and Comparative Law (London),
AMOS ME(2001). Extending the Liability of the State in Damages. Legal Studies vol. 21, (1) 1-14.
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