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Professor Gavin Phillipson - all publications

Authored book

  • Heinze, Eric & Phillipson, Gavin (2018). Debating Hate Speech. Hart Publishing (forthcoming).
  • Phillipson, G. & Fenwick, H.M. (2010). Text, Cases and Materials on Public Law and Human Rights. London: Routledge.
  • Fenwick H.M. & Phillipson G (2006). Media Freedom under the Human Rights Act. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Chapter in book

  • Phillipson, G (2016). Press Freedom, the Public Interest and Privacy. In Comparative Defamation and Privacy Law. Kenyon, A Cambridge University Press. 136-63.
  • Phillipson, G. (2014). Deference and Dialogue in the Real-World Counter-Terrorism Context. In Critical Debates on Counter-Terrorist Judicial Review. Davis, F. & de Londras, F. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 251-280.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2013). The Human Rights Act, Dialogue and Constitutional Principles. In The United Kingdom's Statutory Bill of Rights: Constitutional and Comparative Perspectives. Leigh, Ian & Masterman, Roger, Oxford University Press.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2012). The “global pariah”, the Defamation Bill and the Human Rights Act. In Modern Defamation law: Balancing Reputation and Free Expression. Capper, David, Queens University Belfast Press. 147-90.
  • Phillipson, Gavin. & Fenwick, Helen. (2012). UK counter-terror law post 9/11: initial acceptance of extraordinary measures and the partial return to human rights norms. In Global Anti-Terrorism Law & Policy (2nd ed). Ramraj, V. Hor, M. Roach, K. & Williams, G. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 481-513.
  • Phillipson, Gavin, Hoffman, David & Young, Alison (2011). Introduction. In The Impact of the UK Human Rights Act on Private Law. Hoffman, David Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2011). Privacy: the development of breach of confidence - the clearest case of horizontal effect? In The Impact of the UK Human Rights Act on Private Law. Hoffman, David Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 136-164.
  • Phillipson, Gavin, & Fenwick, Helen (2011). UK Control Orders as a Counter-Terrorism Strategy: reading down liberty and due-process rights. In Terrorism, Democracy and the Law. Kremnitzer Sieber, Ulrich & Jan-Michael, S Duncker & Humblot, Berlin. forthcoming.
  • Fenwick, Helen. & Phillipson, G. (2008). The Human Rights Act, public protest and judicial activism. In Free to Protest: Constituent Power and Street Demonstration. Sajó, András. Utrecht: Eleven International Publishing. 189-219.
  • Phillipson, G. (2007). 'The Common Law, Privacy and the Convention'. In Judicial Reasoning under the UK Human Rights Act. Fenwick, H.M., Phillipson, G. & Masterman, R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 215-254.
  • Phillipson, G. (2007). Clarity Postponed: Horizontal Effect after Campbell. In Judicial Reasoning under the UK Human Rights Act. Fenwick, H.M., Phillipson, G. & Masterman, R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 143-173.
  • Fenwick, H.M., Masterman, R. & Phillipson, G. (2007). Introduction: The Human Rights Act in contemporary context. In Judicial Reasoning under the UK Human Rights Act. Fenwick, H.M., Phillipson, G. & Masterman, R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1-21.
  • Phillipson, G. (2006). The Right of Privacy in England and Strasbourg compared. In New Dimensions in Privacy Law: International and Comparative Perspectives, Kenyon, A. and Richardson, M. Kenyon, A. T. & Richardson, M. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 184-228.
  • Phillipson, G. & Fenwick, H.M. (2005). Legislative Over-breadth, Democratic Failure and the Judicial Response: fundamental rights and the UK's Anti-Terrorist legal policy. In Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy. Ramraj, V. V., Hor, M. & Roach, K. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 455-490.
  • Phillipson, G. (2003). Human Rights and Obligations of Confidentiality in the Private Sphere: A v B Plc in the Court of Appeal. In New Perspectives on Property Law, Human Rights and the Home. Hudson, A. London: Cavendish. 205-215.
  • Phillipson, G. (1997). Introduction. In The English Constitution. Sussex Academic Press.

Edited book

  • Fenwick, H.M., Phillipson, G. & Masterman, R. (2007). Judicial Reasoning under the UK Human Rights Act. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Journal Article

  • Phillipson, Gavin (2017). 'EU law as an agent of national constitutional change: Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union'. Yearbook of European Law 1-48.
  • Phillipson, Gavin & Young, Alison (2017). Would use of the prerogative to denounce the ECHR ‘frustrate’ the Human Rights Act? Lessons from Miller. Public Law 150-175.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2016). A dive into deep constitutional waters: Article 50, the prerogative and parliament. Modern Law Review 79(6): 1064-1089.
  • Phillipson, G. (2013). Leveson, the Public Interest and Press Freedom. Journal of Media Law 5(2): 220-240.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2012). The “global pariah”, the Defamation Bill and the Human Rights Act. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 63(1): 149-186.
  • 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.
  • Williams, Alexander & Phillipson, Gavin (2011). Horizontal Effect and the Constitutional Constraint. Modern Law Review 74(6): 878-910.
  • Phillipson, Gavin, & Baker, Aaron (2011). Policing, Profiling and Discrimination Law: US and European Approaches Compared. Journal of Global Ethics 7(1): 105-124.
  • Phillipson, G. (2009). Max Mosley goes to Strasbourg: article 8, claimant notification and interim injunctions. Journal of Media Law 1(1): 73-96.
  • Phillipson, G. (2008). Trial by Media: the Betrayal of the First Amendment’s Purpose. Law and Contemporary Problems 71(4): 15-30.
  • Phillipson, G. (2007). 'Bills of Rights as a threat to human rights: the alleged 'Crisis of Legalism'. Public Law 217-224.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2007). Deference, Discretion and Democracy in the Human Rights Act Era. Current Legal Problems 60: 40-78.
  • Phillipson, G. & Fenwick, H.M. (2004). 'National Irish Bank v RTE and finding the balance: Breach of Confidence, Privacy and the Public Interest Test in England and Ireland'. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 55(2): 118-153.
  • Phillipson, G (2004). 'The Greatest Quango of them All', 'a rival Chamber' or 'a hybrid nonsense'? Solving the Second Chamber Paradox. Public Law 7: 352-379.
  • Phillipson, G. (2003). '(Mis)-Reading Section 3 of the Human Rights Act'. Law Quarterly Review 119(April): 183-188.
  • Phillipson, G. (2003). 'Judicial Reasoning in Breach of Confidence Cases under the Human Rights Act: not taking privacy seriously?'. European Human Rights Law Review (Supp): 54-72.
  • Phillipson, G. (2003). 'The Powers of a Reformed Second Chamber'. Public Law (Spring): 32-40.
  • Phillipson, G (2003). Transforming Breach of Confidence? Towards a Common Law Right of Privacy under the Human Rights Act. Modern Law Review 66(5): 726-758.
  • Fenwick, Helen. & Phillipson G. (2001). Direct Action, Convention values and the Human Rights Act. Legal Studies 21(4): 535-568.
  • Phillipson, G. & Fenwick, H.M. (2000). 'Breach of Confidence as a Privacy Remedy in the Human Rights Act Era'. Modern Law Review 63(5): 660-693.
  • Phillipson, G. & Fenwick, H.M. (2000). 'Public Protest, the Human Rights Act and Judicial Responses to Political Expression'. Public Law 627-650.
  • Phillipson, G. (1999). 'The Human Rights Act, the Common Law and 'Horizontal Effect':a Bang or a Whimper?'. Modern Law Review 62(6): 824-849.
  • Phillipson, G. & Fenwick, H.M. (1996). 'Privacy and Confidence: A Re-Examination'. Cambridge Law Journal 55(3): 447-455.