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National Security Law, Procedure, and Practice: Digital Pack

Edited by: Robert Ward, Judge Rupert Jones, Caroline Stone

ISBN13: 9780192843951
Published: March 2021
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback & eBook
Price: £225.00



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This detailed, practitioner text, explains national security law in all its aspects. It collates and explains the core elements of the law, both substantive and procedural, and the practical issues which may arise in national security litigation.

The book draws on the professional experience of a team of expert contributors. The first part explores the meaning of "national security", examines the respective roles in this area of Parliament, the executive and the courts, and explains the law relating to the security and intelligence agencies, their powers and oversight. The core of the book addresses the various executive measures used to disrupt terrorism, espionage and other hostile state activity, usually on the basis of secret intelligence, and the civil proceedings that may result from executive action taken for the national security purposes. The third part addresses national security and the criminal law. The remaining chapters address national security law in such diverse contexts as inquests, inquiries, employment, vetting, family, freedom of information, and data protection proceedings.

National security law is now of relevance to a wide range of practising lawyers, judges, legislators, policymakers, oversight bodies, and academic experts working in a variety of legal fields well beyond public law. The highly-specialised nature of the topic make this book a vital text not only for those seeking an overview of the law, but also for experienced practitioners instructed to act in proceedings in which national security issues may arise. The intense media and public scrutiny which accompanies many national security cases will also make this book of interest to a wider audience seeking to understand the legal context of such cases.

The enhanced digital product (included) provides both offline and online access wherever you are on OUP LawReader. Synchronize your notes and bookmarks across all of your devices, and take advantage of the quick and simple search function to find what you need, whenever you need it.

Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
1:National Security, Intelligence, and the Law, Robert Ward
2:National Security and the Separation of Powers, Robert Ward
3:The Security and Intelligence Agencies, Robert Ward
4:Surveillance Powers, Christopher McNall, Laura Sheldon Green, Caroline Stone, and Robert Ward
5:Oversight and Accountability, Christopher McNall and Robert Ward
6:Closed Proceedings, Angus McCullough and Ben Watson
7:Executive Measures and Civil Proceedings: Common Evidential and Procedural Issues, Rosemary Davidson, Jonathan Glasson, and Caroline Stone
8:Judicial Review, David Blundell
9:Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures, Andrew Deakin and Helen Thompstone
10:Special Immigration Appeals Commission: General, Robin Tam
11:SIAC - Individual measures - DDS Deportation with Assurances, Robin Tam
12:SIAC Individual Measures (2): Deprivation, Exclusion and Naturalisation, Rupert Jones
13:Proscription, Robert Ward and Clare Pophale
14:Civil Proceedings: General, Kate Grange and Caroline Stone
15:Civil Proceedings: The Main Types of Claims, Georgina Wolfe and Charlotte Ventham
16:Asset Freezing, Richard O'Brien and Linda Moss
17:National Security and Education Law, Mark Greaves, Sarah Hannett, and Aidan Wills
18:Official Secrets and Spying: Principal Offences, Robert Ward
19:Terrorism: Principal Offences, Alison Morgan and Victoria Oakes
20:National Security and Criminal Procedure, Rosemary Davidson and Dan Pawson-Pounds
21:Inquests and National Security, Andrew O'Connor
22:Public Inquiries and National Security, Martin Smith
23:Employment and National Security, Keith Bryant and Mark Green
24:National Security Vetting, Mark Green
25:National Security in Family Law Proceedings, Lisa Giovannetti and Richard Wilkin
26:Freedom of Information and National Security, Julian Blake and Eugene McCaffrey
27:Data Protection and National Security, Julian Blake and Eugene McCaffrey