2001/1 The British Constitution

Editorial A Direct or Indirect Route to Hell? by Michal Bobek

 

The House of Lords How Britain’s Hereditary Peers Survived into the 21st Century by Radek Motzke

 

No Man a Judge in his own case The Problem of Judicial Impartiality and Natural Justice in English Law by Linda Krákorová

 

A Revolution in Privity The Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by Pavlina Hojecká

 

Consideration Considered How English Law Identifies Valid Contracts by Barbara Lisá

 

Strict Liability in English Criminal Law Recent House of Lords Judgements by Lenka Mikulcová

 

Právní obyčej v Anglii a ve Skotsku by Jiří Buchvaldek

 

Jack Straw versus Pinochet The Role of the British Home Secretary in the Extradition Process of General Pinochet A drama in four acts by Tomáš Karásek and Kevin Gibbons

 

Parliamentary Privilege in the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic  by Pavlína Hojecká

 

Return of the Dragon? The New National Assembly in Wales by Miluše Sedláková

 

The Contribution of Regional and International Human Rights Bodies to the Development of Constitutionalism by Harald Christian Scheu

 

The Liberal Conception of Justice A Direct or Indirect Route to Hell? by Michal Bobek

 

A Monster of the Constitution Scotland’s Lord Advocate by Robert Seaton

 

The EU versus the UK The Conflict of Two Doctrines: the Supremacy of Community Law and the Parliamentary Sovereignty as Seen in the Light of the Factortame Cases by Martin Junek