Nottingham Studies on Human Rights series is edited within the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre. It is a series of monographs and edited volumes offering scholarly analysis and discussion of the theory and practice of international and national human rights law. The volumes in the series cover all categories of human rights and the machinery for their implementation. It extends to the human rights standards developed within the United Nations and within regional human rights organisations. There is a strong focus on how these standards are applied and implemented in practice. Particular attention is given to issues of current concern and debate. Most volumes are monographs, but the series also includes edited collections of scholarly articles and documents.
The series published three volumes over the last 5 years.
Dominic McGoldrick is Professor of International Human Rights Law at the University of Nottingham School of Law and Co-Director of its Human Rights Law Centre. He has a particular interest in issues concerning freedom of expression and the internet, and human rights and religion, such as the use of Sharia law and Muslim veiling controversies in Europe.
David Harris is Professor Emeritus at the University of Nottingham School of Law and Co-Director of its Human Rights Law Centre. He is the editor of the Human Rights Law Review. His publications include
Cases and Materials on International Law (Sweet & Maxwell) and
Law of the European Convention on Human Rights (Harris, O'Boyle and Warbrick, OUP).