Law Making and the Scottish Parliament: The Early Years
The first wide-ranging critical analysis of law and policy legislative developments after the Scottish devolution settlement
Law Making and the Scottish Parliament covers the period from 1999 to 2009. It begins with a brief account of the devolution settlement and summarises the themes emerging from the subsequent chapters.
17 themed chapters, each dedicated to a discrete area of the law and written by an acknowledged expert in the field, evaluate what the Scottish Parliament has achieved, what it has failed to do and what might be done in the future.
In a single volume, Law Making and The Scottish Parliament: The Early Years provides a scholarly evaluation of a number of legislative achievements of Scotland’s devolved parliament in its first decade. It will appeal to legal and other scholars and students, lawyers and anyone with an interest in Scottish politics, policy-making and law.
|Publisher:||Edinburgh University Press|