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Islam, Law and Modernity

Research

Authored book

Book review

  • Bohlander, Michael (2018). Book review of Albin Eser, Comparative criminal law, 2017. International Criminal Law Review
  • Hayward, A. (2016). Prenuptial Agreements and the Presumption of Free Choice: Issues of Power in Theory and Practice by Sharon Thompson. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 38(4): 480-482.
  • Hayward, A. (2015). Review of Marriage Rites and Rights by Joanna Miles, Perveez Mody and Rebecca Probert. Australian Journal of Family Law 29(3): 252-255.
  • Hayward, A. (2013). Review of The Changing Legal Regulation of Cohabitation: From Fornicators to Family by Rebecca Probert. Cambridge Law Journal 72(3): 794-796.
  • Panepinto, A. (2012). Phil Clark, The Gacaca Courts, Post-Genocide Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Justice Without Lawyers. International Criminal Law Review 12(1): 101-103.
  • Hayward, A. (2012). Review of Marital Agreements and Private Autonomy in Comparative Perspective by Jens M Scherpe. Australian Journal of Family Law 26: 174-176.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2011). 'A social history of company law Great Britain and the Australian colonies 1854-1920' by Rob McQueen, Farnham Ashgate, 2009. Social & Legal Studies 20(1): 132-136.
  • Hayward, A. (2010). Review of Sharing Lives, Dividing Assets: An Inter-Disciplinary Study by Joanna Miles and Rebecca Probert. Child and Family Law Quarterly 22(3): 371-375.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2009). Otto Triffterer (ed.), Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, 2nd ed., 2008. International Criminal Law Review 855-857.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2009). Tahir Wasti, The Application of Islamic Criminal Law in Pakistan - Sharia in Practice, 2009. International Criminal Law Review 858-859.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). George P. Fletcher, The Grammar of Criminal Law, Volume One: Foundations, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 699-705.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Ruth A. Kok, Statutory Limitations in International Criminal Law, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 705-706.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Peter J. Richards, Extraordinary Justice - Military Tribunals in Historical and International Context, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 706-707.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Christopher W. Mullins & Dawn L. Rothe, Blood, Power and Bedlam - Violations of International Criminal Law in Post-Colonial Africa, 2008. International Criminal Law Review 707-708.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Manuel Ladiges, Die Bekämpfung nicht-staatlicher Angreifer im Luftraum, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 708.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Michael Schmitt/Jelena Pejic (eds.), International Law and Armed Conflict: Exploring the Faultlines, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 708-709.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Vladimir Tochilovsky, Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Court and the European Court of Human Rights, Procedure and Evidence, 2008. International Criminal Law Review 709.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Cyril Laucci, The Annotated Digest of the International Criminal Court 2004 - 2006, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 710.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Boas/Bischoff/Reid, International Law Practitioner Library, Vol. I: Forms of Responsibility in International Criminal Law, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 710-711.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Mashood Baderin, International Law and Islamic Law, 2008. International Criminal Law Review 711.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Geert-Jan A. Knoops, Defenses in Contemporary International Criminal Law, 2008. International Criminal Law Review 711-712.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Frank Neubacher/Anne Klein (eds.), Vom Recht der Macht zur Macht des Rechts: Interdisziplinäre Beiträge zur Zukunft internationaler Strafgerichte, 2006. International Criminal Law Review 383-384.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Dawn Rothe & Christopher Mullins, Symbolic Gestures and the Generation of Global Social Control, 2006. International Criminal Law Review 384-385.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Ndiva Kofele-Kale, The International Law of Responsibility for Economic Crimes - Holding State Officials Individually Liable for Acts of Fraudulent Enrichment, 2006. International Criminal Law Review 385.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Cyril Laucci, Digest of the Jurisprudence of the Special Court for Sierra Leone 2003 - 2005, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 385-386.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Stefan van Heeck, Die Weiterentwicklung des formellen Völkerstrafrechts, 2006. International Criminal Law Review 386.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2008). Karsten Gaede, Fairness als Teilhabe - Das Recht auf konkrete und wirksame Teilhabe durch Verteidigung gemäß Art. 6 EMRK, 2007. International Criminal Law Review 386.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2007). “And they all lived happily ever after ? – Improving corporate law after Enron: A review essay”. Australian Journal of Corporate Law 20(2): 232-241.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2007). Das amerikanische Strafverfahren als Element der Besatzungspolitik in Deutschland, 2005. International Criminal Law Review 549-550.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2007). Kreß/Broomhall/Lattanzi/Santori (eds.), The Rome Statute and Domestic Legal Orders, Vol. II, 2005. International Criminal Law Review 550.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2007). Van Baarda/Verweij (eds.), Military Ethics, The Dutch Approach: A Practical Guide, 2006. International Criminal Law Review 550-551.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Christine van den Wyngaert/Guy Stessens/Liesbeth Janssens (eds.) International Criminal Law, A Collection of International and European Instruments, 3rd revised edition, 2005. International Criminal Law Review 502.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Judicial Reports 2000, Parts 1 and 2, 2005. International Criminal Law Review 502.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Rob Blekxtoon/Wouter van Ballegooij (eds.), Handbook on the European Arrest Warrant, 2005. International Criminal Law Review 502-503.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Jan Schlösser, Soziale Tatherrschaft, Ein Beitrag zur Frage der Täterschaft in organisatorischen Machtapparaten, 2004. International Criminal Law Review 503.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Francis Pakes, Comparative Criminal Justice, 2004. International Criminal Law Review 503-504.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Mireille Delmas-Marty, Towards a Truly Common Law, Europe as a Laboratory for Legal Pluralism, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 504-505.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Esin Örücü, The Enigma of Comparative Law, Variations on a Theme for the Twenty-First Century, 2004. International Criminal Law Review 505-506.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Héctor Olásolo, Corte Penal Internacional, Dónde Investigar?, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 506.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2005). Rachel Kerr, The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, An Exercise in Law, Politics and Diplomacy, 2004. International Criminal Law Review 506-510.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2004). Review of Robert W. Bennett, Talking it Through - Puzzles of American Democracy. Swiss Political Science Review 125.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). ICTY, Judicial Reports 1997, vols 1 and 2, United Nations, 2004. International Criminal Law Review 549.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). M. Cherif Bassiouni, Introduction to International Criminal Law, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 550.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). John R.W.D. Jones and Steven Powles, International Criminal Practice, 3rd edition, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 550.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Gerd Hankel, Die Leipziger Prozesse, Deutsche Kriegsverbrechen und ihre strafrechtliche Verfolgung nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 551.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Muhammad Abdel Haleem/Adel Omar Sherif/Kate Daniels (eds.), Criminal Justice in Islam, Judicial Procedure in the Shari’a, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 551-552.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Richard May & Marieke Wierda, International Criminal Evidence, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 120-121.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Rodney Dixon & Karim Khan, Archbold International Criminal Courts, Practice, Procedure & Evidence, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 121-123.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). M. Cherif Bassiouni (ed.), Post-Conflict Justice, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 123-124.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Patricia Schneider, Internationale Gerichtsbarkeit als Instrument friedlicher Streitbeilegung, Von einer empirisch fundierten Theorie zu einem innovativen Konzept, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 124-125.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Peter J. van Koppen & Steven D. Penrod (eds.), Adversarial versus Inquisitorial Justice, Psychological Perspectives on Criminal Justice Systems, 2003. International Criminal Law Review 125-128.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Robert Esser, Auf dem Weg zu einem europäischen Strafverfahrensrecht, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 128-129.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Mireille Delmas-Marty & John R. Spencer (eds.), European Criminal Procedures, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 129-130.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004). Jean Pradel, Droit pénal comparé, 2nd edition, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 130-131.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2003). Towards an International Criminal Procedure, Christoph Safferling, 2001. International Criminal Law Review 183-187.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2003). Comparative Criminal Procedure, A Casebook Approach, Stephen C. Thaman, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 187-188.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2003). Neighbours in Law – Are Common Law and Civil Law Moving Closer Together?, Papers in honour of Barbara Huber on her 65th birthday, Albin Eser/Christiane Rabenstein (eds.), 2001. International Criminal Law Review 188-189.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). Craig M. Bradley, Criminal Procedure - A Worldwide Study, 1999. International Criminal Law Review 373-374.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). International Criminal Law, Ilias Bantekas/Susan Nash and Mark Mackarel, 2001. International Criminal Law Review 410-411.
  • Bohander, Michael (2002). International Criminal Law, Cases and Materials & Documents Supplement, Jordan J. Paust, M. Cherif Bassiouni, Michael Scharf, Jimmy Gurulé, Leila Sadat, Bruce Zagaris and Sharon A. Williams, 2000. International Criminal Law Review 411-412.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). International and National Prosecutions of Crimes Under International Law, Current Developments, Horst Fischer, Claus Kreß and Sascha Rolf Lüder (eds.), 2001. International Criminal Law Review 412-414.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, André Klip and Göran Sluiter (eds.), vols. I (ICTY 1993–1998), 1999, II (ICTR 1994–1999), 2001, and III (ICTY 1997–1999), 2001. International Criminal Law Review 414-415.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). International Criminal Law, A Collection of International and European Instruments, Christine van den Wyngaert (ed.), 2nd ed., 2000. International Criminal Law Review 451.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). Basic Documents and Case Law 1995–2000, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, CD-ROM, United Nations, 2001. International Criminal Law Review 415-416.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). European Criminal Law, Geert Corstens and Jean Pradel, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 416-417.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). The International Criminal Court and the Transformation of International Law – Justice for the New Millenium, Leila Nadya Sadat, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 417.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). Der Allgemeine Teil des Völkerstrafrechts, Ansätze einer Dogmatisierung, Kai Ambos, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 417-418.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). Defenses in Contemporary International Criminal Law, Geert-Jan G.J. Knoops, 2001. International Criminal Law Review 419.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). International Criminal Law, Kriangsak Kittichaisaree, 2001. International Criminal Law Review 418-419.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). The International Criminal Court, Elements of Crimes and Rules of Procedure and Evidence, Roy S. Lee (ed.), 2001. International Criminal Law Review 419-420.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). ICTY Judicial Reports/TPIR Recueils Judiciaires 1996, vols. I and II, 2002. International Criminal Law Review 420.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2002). The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2001, 2001. International Criminal Law Review 420-421.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2001). Joint review of John E. Ackerman/Eugene O'Sullivan, Practice and Procedure of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, 2000, and John R.W.D. Jones, The Practice of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, 2000. International Criminal Law Review 173-176.

Chapter in book

Conference Paper

  • Bohlander, Michael (2018), Commodification of Justice – A personal view on managerial performance indicators in the judicial context, in al-Qasimi, Mohammed eds, Contemporary Trends in Justice Systems. United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) Press.
  • Hann, M. & Panepinto, A. (2013), Rights Recognition Theories and the European Human Rights Framework: A Conversation between Political Philosophy and Human Rights Law, North East PGR Law Forum Conference ‘Critical, Reflective Analyses of Law in Contemporary Society’. School of Law, Northumbria University, Newcastle, England, (Awarded 'Best Paper' prize.), School of Law, Northumbria University, Newcastle.
  • Panepinto, A. (2013), Is it Safe for Transitologists to Travel to the Middle East? And what should they bring with them?,, PGR Conference of the Human Rights Centre and Law & Conflict at Durham. Durham Law School, Durham University, UK, Durham Law School, Durham University.
  • Panepinto, A. (2013), Localising Transitional Justice in Islamic Settings: The Challenges for International Lawyers ‘doing’ Comparative Law, Fifth annual conference of the Irish Society of Comparative Law (ISCL). NUI Galway, Ireland, NUI Galway.
  • (2013), Transitional Justice for Islamic Settings: Concepts, Methods and Ways Forward, Annual Society of Legal Scholars Conference (SLS) - Comparative Law Section. University of Edinburgh, University of Edinburgh.
  • (2013), Tilting at Windmills with Islamic Law? A critical discussion of the employment of shari’ah as a means of resistance to authoritarianism in post-Mubarak Egypt, Critical Legal Conference. Queen's University Belfast Queen's University Belfast.
  • Panepinto, A. (2012), Gender Equality in the Workplace: Exploring the Hidden Traps, The First Conference of the United Arab Emirates Gender and Women’s Studies Consortium (sponsored by the American University of Sharjah and the University of Southern Maine). AUS, Sharjah, UAE, AUS, Sharjah.
  • Panepinto, A. (2012), Developing the Rule of Law and Human Rights through Transitional Justice: Dealing with Post-Authoritarianism in the Middle East and North Africa, Annual Student Conference: Dealing with the Past: Human Rights and Transitional Justice. Human Rights Law Centre, Nottingham University, Nottingham, England, Human Rights Law Centre, Nottingham University.
  • Panepinto, A (2011), Exploring Transitional Justice and Islamic Law While Ticking the Human Rights Boxes, Durham University Human Rights Centre Workshop. Durham, England, Durham.
  • Panepinto, A. (2011), Transitional Justice Mechanisms in Islamic Contexts, Pre-Conference MPhil / PhD Workshop, The International Law Association - British Branch Annual Conference. University of Sheffield, England, University of Sheffield.
  • Panepinto, A. (2011), Transitional Justice in Islamic Settings, 2nd Symposium of the Young Penalists/Jeunes Pénalistes de l’Association Internationale de Droit Pénal (AIDP). Centre d’Études Juridiques et Politiques de l’Université de La Rochelle, France. Centre d’Études Juridiques et Politiques de l’Université de La Rochelle.
  • Panepinto, A. (2009), Faithful to Humans: Combining International Human Rights Standards and the Fundamental Principles of Islamic Law, Israeli Law and Society Association International Conference: Secularism, Nationalism and Human Rights: Law and Politics in the Middle East and Europe. Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv University.

Doctoral Thesis

  • Hayward, A (2013). Judicial Discretion in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home. PhD: 265.

Edited book

Edited Sources, Research Data Sets, and Databases

  • Hayward, A (2017). Income, troubles and legal family formats in the UK: England and Wales. Waaldijk, K, The LawsAndFamilies Database – Aspects of legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples. INED.
  • Hayward, A (2017). Migration and legal family formats in the UK: England and Wales. Waaldijk, K The LawsAndFamilies Database – Aspects of legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples. INED.
  • Hayward, A (2017). Death and legal family formats in the UK: England and Wales. Waaldijk, K The LawsAndFamilies Database – Aspects of legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples. INED.

Journal Article

Manual

Newspaper/Magazine Article

Other (Digital/Visual Media)

  • Fenwick, H & Hayward, A (2017). Equal Civil Partnerships: Implications of Strasbourg’s latest ruling for Steinfeld and Keidan. UK Human Rights Blog.
  • Edgar, I. (2016). Islamic State and Dream Warfare. Sustainable Security
  • Hayward, A (2014). Conscious Uncoupling and the Sanitisation of Divorce. The Conversation
  • Grozdanova, R., Panepinto, A. & Tzouvala, K. (2013). In Defence of a More Sophisticated and Nuanced Approach To Abortion: A Response to Gregor Puppinck. EJILTalk!: blog of the European Journal of International Law
  • Hayward, A (2010). The Fairness in Enforcing a Broken Promise: Radmacher v Granatino and Prenuptial Agreements. Human Rights in Ireland
  • Hayward, A (2010). The Gender Dimension of Prenuptial Agreements: Radmacher v Granatino. Inherently Human
  • Hedayati-Kakhki, M. (2009). Futility of Lawful Appeal in the Iranian Election Crisis. Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
  • Hayward, A (2009). Cohabitation in England and Wales: Lessons from Ireland? Human Rights in Ireland

Presentation

  • Hayward, A (2018), Equal Civil Partnerships and their Impact on Cohabitation Reform, Changing Family Forms. University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Hayward, A (2018), Equal Civil Partnerships and the Construction of the Cohabitant, Workshop on Frontier Research in Children's Rights and Family Law. University College Cork, Ireland.
  • Hayward, A (2017), Which Relationships? Which Legal Forms? The Protection of the Parent-Child Relationship in England and Wales, Procreating, Fostering and Passing on: Adults and Children in Post-Modern Societies. Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium.
  • Hayward, A & Fenwick, H (2017), Reforming Civil Partnerships in England and Wales: Reflections on Steinfeld, International Society of Family Lawyers World Conference. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Hayward, A. (2016), Cohabitation Disputes and the Reimagining of Proprietary Estoppel, Association of Law, Property and Society. Queen's University Belfast, Belfast
  • Hayward, A (2016), Alternative Family Forms in England and Wales, Il diritto di famiglia tra modelli tradizionali e nuove declinazioni: Esperienze a confronto. Bocconi University, Milan, Italy.
  • Hayward, A (2015), The Future of Civil Partnerships, The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference. York Law School, United Kingdom.
  • Hayward, A (2015), Towards a Concept of Family Property in England and Wales, Centre for Private Law Seminar Series. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Hayward, A (2014), Achieving Social Justice in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home: The Case for Structured Discretion, Newcastle Forum for Human Rights and Social Justice Seminar Series. Newcastle Law School.
  • Hayward, A. (2014), Judicial Discretion in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home, Association of Law, Property and Society. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Hayward, A. (2013), Half a Century of Morals and Marriage - Fifty Years Ahead of its Time or Two Hundred Years Out of Date? - A Response, Lord Devlin Golden Jubilee Lecture. Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham.
  • Hayward, A (2013), The Process and Potential of Familialisation of Property Law, Trusts of the Family Home and the Frontiers of Family Property: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives, Modern Law Review Seminar Series. Durham Law School.
  • Hayward, A (2010), Contextualising Home: The Devil's in the Detail, Modern Studies in Property Law. University of Oxford.
  • Hayward, A (2010), Uncovering the Identity of the Family Home: Recent Trends in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home in England and Wales, Association of Law, Property and Society. Georgetown Law School, Washington DC, USA.
  • Hayward, A. (2008), Trusts of the Family Home: Legislative Intervention or Judicial Innovation?, Institute for Commercial and Corporate Law, Durham, United Kingdom.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004), The Transfer of Cases from International Criminal Tribunals to National Courts, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (official website), 40.

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