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Durham European Law Institute

Publications

Books: authored

  • Schütze, Robert. (2015). European Union Law. Cambridge University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2015). Introduction to European Law (2nd Edition). Cambridge University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2014). Foreign Affairs and the European Constitution - Selected Essays. Cambridge University Press.
  • Siems, Mathias (2014). Comparative Law. Cambridge University Press.
  • Baker, Aaron & Smith, Ian (2013). Smith & Wood's Employment Law. Oxford University Press.
  • Dashwood, A.A., Dougan, M., Rodger, B., Spaventa, E. & Wyatt, D. (2011). Wyatt and Dashwood’s European Union Law. (6th edition). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Akseli, Orkun (2011). International Secured Transactions Law: Facilitation of Credit and International Conventions and Instruments. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
  • Schammo, P (2011). EU Prospectus Law - New Perspectives on Regulatory Competition in Securities Markets. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Fenwick, Helen. & Phillipson, G. (2010). Text Cases and Materials on Public Law and Human Rights. Routledge.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2009). 'From Dual To Cooperative Federalism: The Changing Structure Of European Law'. Oxford Oxford University Press.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan. (2009). Takeovers and the European Legal Framework: A British Perspective. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge-Cavendish.
  • Siems, Mathias (2008). Convergence in Shareholder Law. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.

Books: edited

  • Schütze, Robert. (2015). EU Treaties and Legislation. Cambridge University Press.
  • van Boom, W, Garde, A & Akseli, NO (2014). Experiencing the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive. Markets and the Law. Ashgate.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2014). Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review. Lexis Nexis.
  • Nolan, A., O’Connell, R. & Harvey, C. (2013). Human Rights and Public Finance: Budgets and the Promotion of Economic and Social Rights. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Siems, Mathias & Cabrelli, David (2013). Comparative Company Law: A Case-Based Approach. Hart Publishing.
  • Akseli, N. Orkun (2013). Availability of Credit and Secured Transactions in a Time of Crisis. Cambridge University Press.
  • Barnard, C., Gehring, M. & Schütze, Robert. (2013). Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies. Hart.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2012). Developments in Counter-terrorist measures and uses of Technology. Routledge.
  • Gray, Joanna & Akseli, Orkun (2011). Financial Regulation in Crisis?: The Role of Law and the Failure of Northern Rock. Elgar Financial Law series. Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar.
  • Antoniadis, A. , Schütze, R. & Spaventa, E. (2011). The European Union and Global Emergencies. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Arnull, A. Barnard, C., Dougan, M. & Spaventa, Eleanor. (2011). A Constitutional Order of States: Essays in Honour of Alan Dashwood. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2010). Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review. London: LexisNexis.
  • Hunter, Rosemary. McGlynn, Clare. & Rackley, Erika. (2010). Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • McGlynn, Clare. and & Munro, Vanessa. (2010). Rethinking Rape Law: international and comparative perspectives. London: Routledge.

Conference papers

  • Chirita, Anca D. (2016), Resilient Neo-Liberalism by Means of Promoting Fierce and Efficiency-Driven Free Market Competition, The 23rd International Conference of Europeanists. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2016), Distribution Networks under UK Competition Law, Distribution Networks from the Perspective of Competition Law. Valencia, Spain.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015), The Role of EU Competition Law and Policy in Promoting Solidarity and Combating Austerity, 22nd International Conference of Europeanists: Contradictions: Envisioning European Futures, Council for European Studies, Columbia University. Sciences Po, Paris, France.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015), Consumer Rights, Misleading Advertising and Privacy in the Digital Age, 15th Conference of the International Association of Consumer Law. Centre for the Study of European Contract Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015), EU Competition Law and Social Policy, Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference. University of Warwick, England.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015), Distribution Agreements & Antitrust Issues at the Working Session on the 'Distribution of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices', 53rd Annual Congress of the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA). London.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014), A Critical Review of Recent Substantive and Procedural Developments in EU Cartel, ISLE 2014 - 10th Annual Conference of the Italian Society of Law and Economics. Rome, Italy, Italian Society of Law and Economics (ISLE), Rome.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014), Google's Anti-competitive and Unfair Practices in Digital Leisure Markets, The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) XXIII Workshop, Centre for European Studies, IE Law School. Madrid, Spain.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014), Procedural Rights in EU Competition Law Procedures – Ex ante Procedures (Mergers), Conference on Procedural Rights in Competition Law. China-EU School of Law, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014), EU Cartel Infringements: a critical evaluation of recent substantive and procedural issues, The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference. Nottingham, England.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014), The Interplay between Free Movement of Goods/Services and Competition Law: object/effect restrictions of competition on free trade, The Constitutional Implications of Free Movement, European Law Network. University of Oslo, Norway.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2014), Free Movement of Capital: Equal Treatment and Market Access, The Constitutional Implications of Free Movement, European Law Network University of Oslo, Norway.
  • Fenwick, H (2013), The Bill of Rights Commission Report: Fulfilling Conservative expectations and airing Conservative plans, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference. Edinburgh.
  • Fenwick, H (2013), Setting the limits of political self-determination in democracies in relation to international human rights, Centre for International Law and HUman Rights. University of Lancaster.
  • Fenwick, H (2013), Post 9/11 UK counter-terrorism cases in the European Court of Human Rights: a ‘dialogic’ approach to rights’ protection or appeasement of national authorities?, Critical Debates on Counter-Terrorist Judicial Review. Durham, England.
  • (2013), The Bill of Rights Commission Report: disappointing Conservative expectations or fulfilling them?, Bill of Rights Commission Report: Where are we now?. Durham, England.
  • Baker, Aaron (2012), Proportionality under the Equality Act 2010, Industrial Law Society Leeds Evening Meeting. Leeds, England.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2011), Constructing suspect Muslim communities: UK preventive counter-terrorist strategies in conflict with human rights Keynote lecture, 25 Nov; Immigration & Integration in an Age of Austerity: Challenges and Opportunities, The London International Human Rights Congress 2011: 'Immigration & Integration in an Age of Austerity: Challenges and Opportunities'. Houses of Parliament, London, The Institute of Cultural Diplomacy.
  • Baker, Aaron (2010), Proportionality and Autopoiesis: Can Human Rights Law Listen to the Social Sciences?, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference. Southampton, England.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2010), Counter-terror law and policy in the UK post 9/11: acceptance of extraordinary measures and the incremental return to adherence to ECHR human rights norms, Conference on Global Anti-Terrorism. Sydney, Australia.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2010), The Human Rights Act or a British Bill of Rights - riding back on human rights' protection?, The Human Rights Act – 10 years on. Salford, England.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2009), Re-defining the rights to liberty and due process in the context of counter-terrorism – the control order phenomenon, Freiburg, Germany, Max Planck Institute.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2009), Private Information and Public Places: Recent Developments in European and English Law, Luxembourg.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2009), Marginalising human rights: breach of the peace, “kettling”, the Human Rights Act and public protest, SLS Centenary Conference. Keele, England.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2009), Current UK counter-terrorism policy: Responding to Belmarsh - the UK control orders regime, New York, USA (Cardozo Law School).
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2009), Breach of the peace, the Human Rights Act and public protest, Modern Convention on Liberty. Belfast, UK.

Edited works: contributions

  • Chirita, Anca D. (2016). Procedural Rights in EU Competition Law: Ex-ante Merger Procedures. In Procedural Rights in Competition Law in the EU and China. Cauffman, C. & Hao, Q. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. 35.
  • Schammo, P (2014). Marchés financiers - émetteurs. In Lexis Nexis, JurisClasseur: Europe Traité. 1-22.
  • Schammo, P (2011). Comments on abuse of rights in EU law. In Prohibition of abuse of law a new general principle of EU law?. de la Feria, R & Vogenauer, S Oxford: Hart. 193-199.
  • Schammo, P (2011). Corporate Finance Law in the UK and the EU. In Equivalence-based Regulation and EU Prospectus Law - the Shadow Regime. Prentice, D & Reisberg, A OUP. 493-518.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck. & Sethe, Sebastian. (2008). The European Community Directives on Data Protection and Clinical Trials. In The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics. Ezekiel J. Emanuel et al. Oxford University Press, New York. 180-186.

Journal papers: academic

  • Cabrelli, David & Siems, Mathias (2015). Convergence, Legal Origins and Transplants in Comparative Corporate Law: A Case-Based and Quantitative Analysis. American Journal of Comparative Law 63(1): 109-153.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015). The Judicial Review of the European Union Industrial Cartels. Zeitschrift für europarechtliche Studien (German Journal of European Legal Studies) 18(4): 407-441.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015). Google's Anti-competitive and Unfair Practices in Digital Leisure Markets. Competition Law Review 11(1): 109-131.
  • Ward, Ian & McGlynn, Clare (2015). Women, Law and John Stuart Mill. Women's History Review
  • Spaventa, E. (2015). A very fearful Court? The protection of Fundamental Rights in the European Union after Opinion 2/13. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 22(1): 35-56.
  • Zhou, Tianshu & Siems, Mathias (2015). Contentious Modes of Understanding Chinese Commercial Law. Journal of International Commercial Law 6(2): 177-200.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck & Ziche, Paul (2015). Towards a Kantian Phenomenology of Hope. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2015). British law on corporate bribery. Journal of Financial Crime 22(1): 16-27.
  • Spaventa, E. (2015). Family rights for circular migrants and frontier workers: O and B, and S and G. Common Market Law Review 52(3): 753-777.
  • Katelouzou, Dionysia & Siems, Mathias (2015). Disappearing Paradigms in Shareholder Protection: Leximetric Evidence for 30 Countries, 1990-2013. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 15(1): 127-160.
  • Fenwick, Helen (2015). Redefining the Role of TPIMs in combatting "Home-Grown" Terrorism within the Widening Counter-Terror Framework. European Human Rights Law Review 2015(1): 41-56.
  • McGlynn, C. & Ward, I. (2014). Would John Stuart Mill have Regulated Pornography? Journal of Law and Society 41(4): 500-522.
  • Siems, Mathias & Schnyder, Gerhard (2014). Ordoliberal Lessons for Economic Stability: Different Kinds of Regulation, Not More Regulation. Governance 27(3): 377-396.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014). A Legal-Historical Review of the EU Competition Rules. International & Comparative Law Quarterly 63(2): 281-316.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan & Siems, Mathias (2014). The Financial Crisis: A Reason to Improve Shareholder Protection in the EU? Journal of Law and Society 41(1): 51-72.
  • Siems, Mathias (2014). Bringing in Foreign Ideas: The Quest for 'Better Law' in Implicit Comparative Law. The Journal of Comparative Law 9: 119-136.
  • Gelter, Martin & Siems, Mathias (2014). Citations to Foreign Courts – Illegitimate and Superfluous, or Unavoidable? Evidence from Europe. American Journal of Comparative Law 62(1): 35-85.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014). The Impact of the European Union Current Crisis on Law, Policy and Society. Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies 16: 254-288.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2013). Free Movement of Capital and Takeovers: a case-study of the tension between primary and secondary EU legislation. European Law Review 38(6): 829-847.
  • Schammo, P (2013). Home country control with consent: a new paradigm for ensuring trust and cooperation in the internal market? Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies 15: 467-501.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2013). Takeovers and incidental protection of minority shareholders. European Company and Financial Law Review 10(3): 432-460.
  • Fenwick, H. (2013). Designing ETPIMS around ECHR Review or Normalisation of “Preventive” Non-Trial-Based Executive Measures? Modern Law Review 76(5): 876-908.
  • Gelter, Martin & Siems, Mathias (2013). Language, Legal Origins, and Culture before the Courts: Cross-Citations between Supreme Courts in Europe. Supreme Court Economic Review 21(1): 215-269.
  • Beyleveld, D. (2013). Korsgaard v. Gewirth on Universalization: Why Gewirthians are Kantians and Kantians Ought to be Gewirthians. Journal of Moral Philosophy 1-24.
  • Akseli, Orkun (2013). Securitisation, the Financial Crisis and the need for effective risk retention. European Business Organization Law Review 14(1): 1-27.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2013). Myth of Shareholder Primacy in English Law. European Business Law Review 24(2): 217-241.
  • Beyleveld, D. (2013). Williams’ False Dilemma: How to Give Categorically Binding Impartial Reasons to Real Agents. Journal of Moral Philosophy 10(2): 204-226.
  • Rackley, Erika & McGlynn, Clare (2013). Prosecuting the Possession of Extreme Pornography: A Misunderstood and Misused Law. Criminal Law Review (5): 400-405.
  • Akseli, N. Orkun (2013). The Interpretation Philosophy of Secured Transactions Law Conventions. European Review of Private Law 21(5): 1299-1318.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2012). The Human Rights Act or a British Bill of Rights: creating a down-grading recalibration of rights against the counter-terror backdrop? Public Law (July 2012): 468-490.
  • McGlynn, Clare, Westmarland, Nicole & Godden, Nikki (2012). "I just wanted him to hear me": sexual violence and the possibilities of restorative justice. Journal of Law and Society 39(2): 213-240.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck. & Brownsword, Roger. (2012). Emerging Technologies, Extreme Uncertainty, and the Principle of Rational Precautionary Reasoning. Law, Innovation and Technology 4(1): 35-65.
  • Siems, Mathias & De Cesari, Amedeo (2012). The Law and Finance of Share Repurchases in Europe. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 12(1): 33-57.
  • Haskell, J.D. (2012). The strategies of rupture in international law the retrenchment of conservative politics and the emancipating potential of the impossible. German law journal 13(5): 468-482.
  • McGlynn, Clare (2012). John Stuart Mill on Prostitution: Radical Sentiments, Liberal Proscriptions. Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 8(2).
  • Siems, Mathias & Mac Sithigh, Daithi (2012). Mapping Legal Research. The Cambridge Law Journal 71(03): 651-676.
  • Schammo, P (2012). EU Day-to-Day Supervision or Intervention-Based Supervision: Which Way Forward for the European System of Financial Supervision? Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 32(4): 771-797.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck. (2011). The Principle of Generic Consistency as the Supreme Principle of Human Rights. Human Rights Review 13(1): 1-18.
  • Siems, Mathias, Herzog, Leif & Rosenhäger, Erik (2011). The Protection of Creditors of a European Private Company (SPE). European Business Organization Law Review 12(1): 147-172.
  • McGlynn, C (2011). Rape, Defendant Anonymity and Human Rights: adopting a "wider perspective". Criminal Law Review (3): 199-215.
  • Phillipson, Gavin, & Baker, Aaron (2011). Policing, Profiling and Discrimination Law: US and European Approaches Compared. Journal of Global Ethics 7(1): 105-124.
  • Fenwick, H & Phillipson, G (2011). Covert Derogations and Judicial Deference: Redefining Liberty and Due Process Rights in Counterterrorism Law and Beyond. McGill Law Journal 56(4): 863-918.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2011). Preventive anti-terrorist strategies in the UK and ECHR: Control orders, TPIMs and the role of technology. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 25(3): 129-141.
  • Choudhury, Tufyal. & Fenwick, Helen. (2011). The impact of Counter-terrorism measures on Muslim communities. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 25(3): 151-181.
  • McGlynn, C (2011). Feminism, Rape and the Search for Justice. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 31(4): 825-842.
  • A, Tomkins., H, Fenwick. & L, Lazarus. (2011). Terrorist asset-freezing – Continuing Flaws in the current scheme. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology 25(3): 117-128.
  • Schammo, P (2011). The European Securities and Markets Authority: Lifting the Veil on the Allocation of Powers. Common Market Law Review 48(6): 1879-1913.
  • Schouten, Michael & Siems, Mathias (2010). The Evolution of Ownership Disclosure Rules Across Countries. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 10(2): 451-483
  • Siems, Mathias & Deakin, Simon (2010). Comparative Law and Finance: Past, Present and Future Research. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE) 166(1): 120-140
  • Siems, Mathias (2010). Citation Patterns of the German Federal Supreme Court and of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales. King's Law Journal 21(1): 152-171.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2010). Recalibrating ECHR rights and the role of the Human Rights Act post 9/11: reasserting international human rights norms in the “war on terror”? Current Legal Problems 63(1): 153-234
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2009). Marginalising human rights: breach of the peace, “kettling”, the Human Rights Act and public protest. Public Law 2009(4): 737-765.
  • Siems, Mathias (2009). Regulatory Competition in Partnership Law. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 58(4): 767-802.
  • McGlynn, Clare. & Ward, Ian. (2009). Pornography, Pragmatism and Proscription. Journal of Law and Society 36(3): 327-351.
  • Armour, John, Deakin, Simon, Lele, Priya & Siems, Mathias (2009). How Do Legal Rules Evolve? Evidence from a Cross-Country Comparison of Shareholder, Creditor and Worker Protection. American Journal of Comparative Law 57(3): 579-629.
  • McGlynn, Clare. (2009). Rape, Torture and the European Convention on Human Rights. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 58(3): 565-595.
  • Armour, John, Deakin, Simon, Sarkar, Prabirjit, Siems, Mathias & Singh, Ajit (2009). Shareholder Protection and Stock Market Development: An Empirical Test of the Legal Origins Hypothesis. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 6(2): 343-380.
  • McGlynn, Clare., Rackley, Erika. & Ward, Ian. (2009). Judging Destricted. King’s Law Journal 20(1): 53-67.
  • McGlynn, Clare. & Rackley, Erika. (2009). Criminalising Extreme Pornography: A Lost Opportunity. Criminal Law Review (4): 245-260.
  • Akseli, Orkun (2009). Contractual prohibitions on assignment of receivables: an English and UN perspective. Journal of Business Law (7): 650-678.
  • E Spaventa (2009). Leaving Keck behind? The free movement of goods after the rulings in Commission v Italy and Mickelsson and Roos. European Law Review 35(6): 914-932.
  • Spaventa, Eleanor (2009). Case T-256/07, Peoples Mojahedin Organization of Iran v. Council, judgment of the Court of First Instance of 23 October 2008, Case T-284/08, Peoples Mojahedin Organization of Iran v. Council, judgment of the Court of First Instance of 4 December 2008. Common Market Law Review 46(4): 1239-1263.
  • Baker, Aaron. (2008). Proportionality and Employment Discrimination in the UK. Industrial Law Journal 37(4): 305-328.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan. (2008). The myth of tactical litigation in UK takeovers. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 8(2): 373-388.
  • Schammo, P. (2008). Regulating transatlantic stock exchanges. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 57(4): 827-862.
  • Schammo, P. (2008). Arbitrage and abuse of rights in the EC legal system. European Law Journal 14(3): 351-376.
  • McGlynn, Clare. (2008). Rape as “Torture”? Catharine MacKinnon and Questions of Feminist Strategy. Feminist Legal Studies 16(1): 71-85.
  • Siems, Mathias (2008). Legal Originality. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 28(1): 147-164.
  • E Spaventa. (2008). Seeing the Wood Despite the Trees? On the Scope of Union Citizenship and its Constitutional Effects. Common Market Law Review 45(1): 13-45.
  • Baker, Aaron. (2008). Proportional, Not Strict, Scrutiny: Against a U.S. Suspect Classifications Model under Article 14 ECHR in the U.K. American Journal of Comparative Law 56(4): 847-894.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan. (2008). Directors’ duties in takeover bids and English company law. International Company and Commercial Law Review 19(9): 281-289.

Seminar

  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015), Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Seminar Series, The EU Free Movement of Goods as Seen Through the Lens of Competition Law. King's College London, England.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2015), Harmonisation under siege in the EU market for corporate control, IALS Lunchtime Seminar Series 2014-2015 Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Seminar. London, England.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2015), Investor protection and protectionist nature of the EU market for corporate control, IALS Lunchtime Seminar Series 2014-2015 Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Seminar. London, England.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014), Joint Liverpool European Law & Liverpool Economic Governance Seminar on European Competition Law, A Legal Historical Review of the European Union Competition Rules. University of Liverpool, England.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2013), The Impact of the European Union Current Crisis on Law, Policy and Society, CELS Lunchtime Seminar Series 2013-2014, Centre for European Legal Studies, Seminar. University of Cambridge, England.