EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
The coursework must be in PDF format and not more than 3000 words in length (excluding bibliography and footnotes).
Please adhere to the guidelines for footnotes and referencing and be aware of the penalties for exceeding the word limit. For details, see the Coursework Guidelines 2018-19 on Blackboard.. Law School — Student pages Coursework.
The coursework must be submitted electronically via Blackboard no later than 12 noon on Wednesday 13. February 2019.
This coursework carries 50% of the marks in this unit.
Please answer ONE of the following questions:
1. 'The Human Rights Act 1998 should be replaced by a British Bill of Rights. Prisoners' rights provide an example of where British and European conceptions of fundamental rights differ'.
2. 'Finogenov v Russia (2015) 61 EHRR 4 does not represent a significant departure from the European Court of Human Rights' previous approach to deciding upon the proportionality of use of force. Tagayeva v Russia  ECHR 354 confirms that the approach set out in McCann v UK (1995) 21 EHRR 97 endures'.