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21 June 2017
14 June 2017
- Professor Spaventa's report for the European Parliament PETI committee on citizens' rights post-Brexit published today
08 June 2017
- Dr Gleider Hernández Appointed Director of Studies at the Hague Academy of International Law for summer 2021
Tuesday 4 July 2017
- Durham Cells Seminar: Regulating Gene Editing in the UK 11:00am to 12:00pm, PCL051
Tuesday 1 August 2017
- Durham CELLS Seminar on Ethics of Patenting (date & location TBC) Professor Michael Blakeney
- Schütze, Robert. (2017). From International to Federal Market: The Changing Structure of European Law. Oxford University Press.
- Vera-Gray, F. (2016). Men's Intrusion, Women's Embodiment: A critical analysis of street harassment. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
- Brooks, Thom (2016). Becoming British: UK Citizenship Examined. London: Biteback Publishing.
- Fenwick, Helen, Phillipson, Gavin & Williams, Alexander (2016). Text, Cases and Materials on Public Law and Human Rights. Routledge (4th edn).
- Brooks, Thom (2017). Hegel on Crime and Punishment. In Hegel's Political Philosophy: On the Normative Significance of Method and System. Brooks, Thom & Stein, Sebastian Oxford: Oxford University Press. 202-221.
- Spaventa, E. (2017). Earned Citizenship - Understanding Union Citizenship through its Scope. In EU Citizenship and Federalism: the Role of Rights. Kochenov, D. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 204-225.
- Masterman, R.M.W. (2017). Process and Substance in the United Kingdom and at Strasbourg: Proportionality, Subsidiarity, Complementarity? In Procedural Review in European Fundamental Rights Cases. Gerards, J. & Brems, E. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 242-271.
- McGlynn, C., Downes, J. & Westmarland, N. (2017). Seeking Justice for Survivors of Sexual Violence: recognition, voice and consequences. In Restorative Responses to Sexual Violence: Legal, Social and Therapeutic Dimensions. Zinsstag, E. & Keenan, M. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 179-191.
- Masterman, Roger & Wheatle, Se-shauna (2017). Unpacking separation of powers: judicial independence, sovereignty and conceptual flexibility in the UK constitution. Public Law 2017(Jul): 469-487.
- Attenborough, D. (2017). Empirical Insights into Corporate Contractarian Theory. Legal Studies 37(2): 191-213.
- Thomas, Sean (2017). Security interests in intellectual property: proposals for reform. Legal Studies 37(2): 214-247.
- Cave, Emma (2017). Voluntary Vaccination: The Pandemic Effect. Legal Studies 37(2): 279-304.
- 2016-2017 IAA - The Centre for Gender Equal Media at Durham University (GEM) (£15804.00 from ESRC) investigated by Clare McGlynn
- RI160009: IAA-Constitutional Conundrums:Northern Ireland, the EU and Human Rights, ESRC, £4975.00, 2016-04-01 - 2017-09-30 investigated by Aoife O'Donoghue
- 2016-2019 Phenomenology, Pornography and Women's Embodiment (£84250.00 from The Leverhulme Trust) investigated by Fiona Vera-Gray
- 2016-2018 The use of corporate vehicles by transnational organised crime groups in the concealment, conversion and control of illicit finance (£28931.30 from ESRC) investigated by Liz Campbell
- 2016-2018 UN Gender Network (£38820.96 from AHRC) investigated by Aoife O'Donoghue
- 2015-2018 Constructing Authority in International Law: Critical Reflections (£191838.73 from Arts and Humanities Research Council) investigated by Gleider I Hernández
- European Research Council (Principal Investigator, € 909.662) investigated by Robert Schütze
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