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Durham Law School

Recent Publications

Books: authored            

  • 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).
  • Brazier, Margaret & Cave, Emma (2016). Medicine, Patients and the Law. Manchester University Press.
  • Campbell, Liz & Lynch, Nessa (2015). The Collection and Retention of DNA from Suspects in New Zealand. Victoria University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2015). European Union Law. Cambridge University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2015). Introduction to European Law (2nd Edition). Cambridge University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2015). European Constitutional Law (2nd Edition). Cambridge University Press.
  • Hernández, I. (2014). The International Court of Justice and the Judicial Function. Oxford University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2014). Foreign Affairs and the European Constitution - Selected Essays. Cambridge University Press.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2014). Constitutionalism in Global Constitutionalisation. Cambridge University Press.
  • Turner, C., Quinn, L., Murphy, T. & Shields, R. (2014). The Law of Property in Northern Ireland. Colourpoint Educational.
  • Siems, Mathias (2014). Comparative Law. Cambridge University Press.
  • Ashby, Lana (2014). Simplifying Contract Law: Cases and Materials for the Commonwealth Caribbean [787 pages].
  • Goldberg, R. (2013). Medicinal Product Liability and Regulation. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Campbell, Liz (2013). Organised Crime and the Law: A Comparative Analysis. Oxford: Hart.
  • Masterman, R.M.W. & Murray, C.R.G. (2013). Exploring Constitutional and Administrative Law. Harlow: Pearson Education (2013).
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). Hegel's Political Philosophy: A Systematic Reading of the Philosophy of Right, 2d edition. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Baker, Aaron & Smith, Ian (2013). Smith & Wood's Employment Law. Oxford University Press.
  • Bavoso, Vincenzo (2013). Explaining Financial Scandals: Corporate Governance, Structured Finance and the Enlightened Sovereign Control Paradigm. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholar Publishing.

There are no publications in this department.

Books: edited

  • Gullifer, L. & Akseli, N.O. (2016). Secured Transactions Law Reform: Principles, Policies and Practice. Oxford; Portland Oregon: Hart Publishing.
  • Brooks, Thom & Nussbaum, Martha C. (2015). Rawls's Political Liberalism. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2015). EU Treaties and Legislation. Cambridge University Press.
  • McCann, Deirdre, Belser, Patrick, Fenwick, Colin, Howe, John, Lee, Sangheon & Luebker, Malte (2014). Creative Labour Regulation: Indeterminacy and Protection in an Uncertain World. Palgrave Macmillan/International Labour Organization.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). Alcohol and Public Policy. Contemporary Issues in Social Science. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Journal papers: academic 

  • Greene, Alan (2016). Pouvoirs Anti-Terroristes Permanents Au Royaume-Uni: Quelles Leçons Pour La France? Archives de politique Criminelle 38(1): 169-187.
  • Brown, Alexander A. D. (2016). To Complicity… and Beyond! Passive Assistance and Positive Obligations in International Law. The Hague Yearbook of International Law 27: 133-152.
  • Schütze, Robert (2016). Tax Barriers to Intra-Union Trade: American ‘Federalism’, European ‘Internationalism’? Yearbook of European Law 35(1): 382-409.
  • Jones, Annika (2016). Insights Into an Emerging Relationship: Use of Human Rights Jurisprudence at the International Criminal Court. Human Rights Law Review 16(4): 701-729.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2016). A dive into deep constitutional waters: Article 50, the prerogative and parliament. Modern Law Review 79(6): 1064-1089.
  • Schütze, Robert (2016). Of Types and Tests: Towards a Unitary Doctrinal Framework for Article 34 TFEU? European Law Review 41(6): 826-842.
  • Gomez-Suarez, Andrei, Perrone, Nicolás & Prieto Ríos, Enrique (2016). Foreign Investors and the Colombian Peace Process. International Community Law Review 18(3-4): 223-247.
  • Nicholson, Matthew (2016). Majority rule and human rights: identity and non-identity in SAS v France. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 67(2): 115-136.
  • Vera-Gray, F. (2016). Men’s Stranger Intrusions: Rethinking street harassment. Women’s Studies International Forum 58: 9-17.
  • Siems, Mathias (2016). Varieties of Legal Systems: Towards a New Global Taxonomy. Journal of Institutional Economics 12(03): 579-602.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). In Defence of Punishment and the Unified Theory of Punishment: A Reply. Criminal Law and Philosophy 10(3): 629-638.
  • Hayward, A. (2016). Common Intention Constructive Trusts and the Role of Imputation in Theory and Practice. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 80(3): 233-242.
  • Attenborough, D. (2016). An Estoppel-Based Approach to Enforcing Corporate Environmental Responsibilities. Journal of Environmental Law 28(2): 275-299.
  • Williams, Alexander & Williams, George (2016). 'The British Bill of Rights Debate: Lessons from Australia'. Public Law 2016(July): 471-490.
  • Campbell, Liz & Lynch, Nessa (2016). 'To Have and To Have Not': The Retention of DNA for Criminal Justice Purposes in New Zealand. New Zealand Law Review (2 ): 319-356.
  • Jones, Henry (2016). Lines in the Ocean: Thinking with the sea about territory and international law. London Review of International Law 4(2): 307-343.
  • McCann, Deirdre (2016). Travel time as working time: Tyco, the unitary model and the route to casualization. Industrial Law Journal 45(2): 244-250.
  • Cash, Daniel (2016). The International Non-Profit Credit Rating Agency: The Viability of a Response. The Company Lawyer 37(6): 195-200.
  • Fenwick, H. (2016). Same sex unions at the Strasbourg Court in a divided Europe: driving forward reform or protecting the Court’s authority via consensus analysis? European Human Rights Law Review 2016(3): 249-272
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2016). How Does International Law Condition Responses to Conflict and Negotiation? Global Policy 7(2): 272-277.
  • Turner, C. (2016). Editorial Comment: Law and Negotiation in Conflict: Theory, Policy, Practice. Global Policy 7(2): 256-260.
  • Greene, Alan (2016). Through the Looking Glass? Irish and UK Approaches to Strasbourg Jurisprudence. Irish Jurist 55(1): 112-133.
  • Murray, C.R.G. & O'Donoghue, Aoife (2016). Towards Unilaterialism? House of Commons Oversight of the Use of Force. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 65(02): 305-341.
  • Wheatle, Se-shauna (2016). The Constitutionality of the “Homosexual Advance Defence” in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Equal Rights Review 16: 38-60.
  • Nicholson, Matthew (2016). Walter Benjamin and the re-imageination of international law. Law and Critique 27(1): 103-129.
  • Hayward, A. (2016). Same-sex Registered Partnerships - A Right to be Recognised? Cambridge Law Journal 75(01): 27-30.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). Vote Buying and Tax Cut Promises. Theoria 63(146): 20-35.
  • Ward, Ian & McGlynn, Clare (2016). Women, Law and John Stuart Mill. Women's History Review 25(2): 227-253.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2016). How independent are independent committees and advisers in Mergers and Acquisitions transactions? Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 31(2): 99-102.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). The EU Migration Crisis: What Next? Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 34(1): 4-7.
  • Jones, Henry (2016). The radical use of history in the study of international law. Finnish Yearbook of International Law 23: 309-350.
  • Campbell, Liz (2016). Organised crime and corruption in the UK: responding through law. Criminal Law Review 2016(1): 20-34.
  • Wheatle, Se-Shauna (2016). Bounded Cosmopolitanism and a Constitutional Common Law. Journal of Comparative Law 11(2): 235-267.
  • Lucy, William (2016). The Normative Standing of Access to Justice: An Argument from NonDomination. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 33(2): 9, 231-261.
  • Campbell, Liz (2016). ‘Corruption by organised crime’ – a matter of definition? Current Legal Problems 69(1): 115-141.
  • Perrone, Nicolas (2016). The international investment regime and local populations: are the weakest voices unheard? Transnational Legal Theory 7(3): 383-405.
  • Siems, Mathias (2016). Legal Research in Search of Attention: A Quantitative Assessment. King's Law Journal 27(2): 170-187.
  • Linarelli, John (2016). Toward a Political Theory for Private International Law. Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law 26(2): 299-336.
  • Schütze, Robert (2016). "Two-and-a-half Ways of Thinking about the European Union". Politique Européene 53(3): 28-37.
  • Perrone, Nicolás (2016). The International Investment Regime after the Global Crisis of Neoliberalism: Rupture or Continuity? Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 23(2): 603-627.
  • Hoggard, N. (2016). What a Tangled Web We Weave: Conflicts in Rating Agency Liability. Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 5(2): 363-377.
  • de la Feria. R. & Fuest, C. (2016). The Economic Effects of EU Tax Jurisprudence. European Law Review 41(1): 44-71.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2016). The Doctor, the Patient, and EU Law: The Impact of Free Movement Law on Quality Standards in the Healthcare Sector. European Law Review 41: 638-654.
  • Condon, Rónán & Van Leeuwen, Barend (2016). Bottom Up or Rock Bottom Harmonization? Francovich State Liability in National Courts. Yearbook of European Law 35: 229-290.
  • Rooney, Jane (2015). The relationship between jurisdiction and attribution after Jaloud v. Netherlands. Netherlands International Law Review 62(3): 407-428.
  • McCann, Deirdre (2015). Equality Through Precarious Work Regulation: Lessons from the Domestic Work Debates in Defence of the Standard Employment Relationship. International Journal of Law in Context 10(4): 507-521.
  • Greene, Alan (2015). Questioning Executive Supremacy in an Economic State of Emergency. Legal Studies 35(4): 594-620.
  • 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.
  • Thomas, S. R. (2015). Mortgages, fixtures, fittings and security over personal property. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 66(4): 343-365.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck & Ziche, Paul (2015). Towards a Kantian Phenomenology of Hope. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 18(5): 927-942.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). What is the Impact of Political Theory? Political Studies Review 13(4): 500-505.
  • Williams, Alexander (2015). 'Strasbourg's Public-Private Divide and the British Bill of Rights'. European Human Rights Law Review 6: 617-630.
  • Nicholson, Matthew (2015). The political unconscious of the English foreign act of state and non-justiciability doctrine(s). International and Comparative Law Quarterly 64(4): 743-781.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2015). Of Higher Intentions and Lower Expectations. A report about a failed survey project on using maqāṣid al-shari‛ah as a means of comparative governance research. European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance 2(3): 187-211.
  • Ashby, Lana (2015). The enigma of 21st century corporate restructuring: successes and failures (ten-step best-practice framework). Insolvency and Restructuring International 9(2): 9-16.
  • 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.
  • Hayward, A. (2015). Cohabitants, detriment and the potential of proprietary estoppel: Southwell v Blackburn [2014] EWCA Civ 1347. Child and Family Law Quarterly 27(3): 303-320.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck, Düwell, Marcus & Spahn, Andreas (2015). Why and How Should We Represent Future Generations in Policymaking? Jurisprudence 6(3): 549-566.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). David Ingersoll, Behavioralism and the Modern Revival of Legal Realism. Beijing Law Review 6(3): 190-192.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). Punitive Restoration: Rehabilitating Restorative Justice. Raisons Politiques 59(3): 73-89.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2015). Google's Anti-competitive and Unfair Practices in Digital Leisure Markets. Competition Law Review 11(1): 109-131.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). A précis of Punishment. Philosophy and Public Issues 5(1): 3-23.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). Defending Punishment. Reply to Critics. Philosophy and Public Issues 5(1): 73-94.
  • Allen, Tom (2015). The Revival of the Right to Property in India. Asian Journal of Comparative Law 10(01): 23-52.
  • Wheatle, Se-shauna (2015). Comparative Law and the Ius Gentium. Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 3(4): 1060-1083.
  • Bohlander, M. (2015). "Statute? What statute?" - norm hierarchy and judicial law-making in international criminal law at the example of the special tribunal for Lebanon. Statute law review 36(2): 186-190.
  • Cave, Emma (2015). Disclosure of Confidential Information to Protect the Patient: The Role of Legal Capacity in the Evolution of Professional Guidance. Journal of Medical Law and Ethics 2015(1-2): 7-23.
  • Awolalu, Oludara (2015). Book Review. Great Debates in Company Law, by Lorraine Talbot. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, xv + 191pp (£22.99 paperback). ISBN: 978023030445. Legal Studies 35(2): 374-380.
  • Jacques, Johanna (2015). From Nomos to Hegung: Sovereignty and the Laws of War in Schmitt's International Order. The Modern Law Review 78(3): 411-430.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife & Warwick, Ben T.C. (2015). Constitutionally Questioned: UK Debates, International Law, and Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 66(1): 93-104.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). Alcohol and Controlling Risks through Nudges. The New Bioethics 21(1): 46-55.
  • 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.
  • Douglas, Benedict (2015). Undignified Rights: The Importance of a basis in Dignity for the Possession of Human Rights in the United Kingdom. Public Law 2015(2): 241-257.
  • Linarelli, John (2015). Concept and Contract in the Future of International Law. Rutgers University Law Review 67(1): 61-88.
  • 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.
  • Turner, C. (2015). Transitional Constitutionalism and the Case of the Arab Spring. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 64(02): 267-291.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). Involuntary Intoxication: A New Six-Step Procedure. The Journal of Criminal Law 79(2): 138-146.
  • Pattinson, Shaun D. (2015). The Human Rights Act and the Doctrine of Precedent. Legal Studies 35(1): 142-164.
  • Zhou, Tianshu & Siems, Mathias (2015). Contentious Modes of Understanding Chinese Commercial Law. Journal of International Commercial Law 6(2): 177-200.
  • Cave, Emma (2015). Determining capacity to make medical treatment decisions problems implementing the mental capacity act 2005. Statute Law Review 36(1): 86-106.
  • Ashby, L. (2015). Mild turbulence and crash landings for illegally state-aided European airlines. Corporate Rescue and Insolvency 8(1): 15-17.
  • Perrone, Nicolás (2015). The Governance of Foreign Investment at a Crossroad: Is an overlapping consensus the way forward? Global Jurist 15(1): 1-28.
  • Masterman, Roger & Wheatle, Se-shauna (2015). A Common Law Resurgence in Rights Protection? European Human Rights Law Review 2015(1): 57-65.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). Hegel and the Problem of Poverty. Cilicia Journal of Philosophy 1(1): 1-9.
  • Delgado Casteleiro, Andrés (2015). Los últimos restos del DODO. La elección de bases jurídicas y su influencia en el papel del Parlamento Europeo en la nueva PESC a la luz del Asunto Acuerdo sobre la piratería con Mauricio (C-658/2011). Revista Española de Derecho Europeo 53(1): 175-199.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). Climate Change Justice through Taxation? Climatic Change forthcoming.
  • 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.
  • Granat, Katarzyna (2015). Approval of Article 136 TFEU Amendment in Poland: The Perspective of the Constitutional Court on Eurozone Crisis Law. European Public Law 21(1): 33-46.
  • Fisk, J. (2015). 'Coercion, risk and defensive practice in mental health.'. University of Manchester Review of Law, Crime & Ethics 4: 40-61.
  • Campbell, L. (2015). The offence of participating in activities of organised crime group: Section 45 of the Serious Crime Act. Archbold Review 10: 6-9.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2015). British law on corporate bribery. Journal of Financial Crime 22(1): 16-27.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). The Stakeholder Society and the Politics of Hope. Renewal 23(1-2): 44-54.
  • Brooks, Thom (2015). How Not to Save the Planet. Ethics, Policy & Environment
  • 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.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend & Verbruggen, Paul (2015). Resuscitating EU Product Liability Law? European Review of Private Law 23: 899-915.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2015). La responsabilité des organismes notifiés du fait d’implants mammaires défectueux: TÜV Rheinland devant les tribunaux français et allemands. Revue internationale de droit économique 29: 69-85.
  • Verbruggen, Paul & Van Leeuwen, Barend (2015). Europese regelgeving inzake medische hulpmiddelen. Het PIP-schandaal, de 'Nieuwe Aanpak' en consumenten-bescherming. Tijdschrift voor Consumentenrecht & Handelspraktijken (3): 111-121.
  • Verbruggen, Paul & Van Leeuwen, Barend (2015). Aansprakelijkheid voor gebrekkige medische hulpzaken. De (mogelijke) invloed van het Europese Hof van Justitie. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Burgerlijk Recht 45(10).
  • McGlynn, C. & Ward, I. (2014). Would John Stuart Mill have Regulated Pornography? Journal of Law and Society 41(4): 500-522.
  • Riley, Christopher (2014). Derivative claims and ratification: Time to ditch some baggage. Legal Studies 34(4): 582-608.
  • Attenborough, D. (2014). The neoliberal (il)legitimacy of the duty of loyalty. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 65(4): 405-428.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2014). Criminalising LGBT persons under national criminal law and Article 7(1)(h) and (3) of the ICC Statute. Global Policy 5(4): 401-414.
  • Hernández, G.I. (2014). Turning Mirrors into Windows? Reflections on Transparency in International Law. The Journal of World Investment & Trade 15(5-6): 1087-1107.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). On F. H. Bradley’s “Some Remarks on Punishment”. Ethics 125(1): 223-225.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). Equality, Fairness and Responsibility in an Unequal World. Symposion: Theoretical and Applied Inquiries in Philosophy and Social Sciences 1(2): 147-153.
  • Thomas, S. (2014). The Development of the Implied Terms on Quantity in the Law of Sale of Goods. The Journal of Legal History 35(3): 281-318.
  • Nicholson, Matthew (2014). Fragmented method: Walter Benjamin, law, and representation in Joseph S. Jenkins’ Inheritance Law and Political Theology in Shakespeare and Milton. Law and Literature 26(3): 389-398.
  • Greene, Alan (2014). The Quest for a Satisfactory Definition of Terrorism: R v Gul. Modern Law Review 77(5): 780-793.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2014). Good Offices: Grasping the Place of Law in Conflict. Legal Studies 34(3): 469-496.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2014). Sisters in Law – Using Maqāṣid al-Shari‘ah to Advance the Conversation between Islamic and Secular Legal Thinking. Arab Law Quarterly 28(3): 257-277.
  • McCann, D. & Murray, J. (2014). Prompting Formalisation Through Labour Market Regulation: A ‘Framed Flexibility’ Model for Domestic Work. Industrial Law Journal 43(3): 319-348.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). Beyond Retribution. Think 13(38): 47-50.
  • Ashby, Lana (2014). When the car runs out of gas: restructuring in the European automotive sector. Insolvency and Restructuring International 8(2): 48-54.
  • Hernández, G.I. (2014). The Judicialization of International Law: Reflections on the Empirical Turn. European Journal of International Law 25(3): 919-934.
  • Cave, Emma (2014). Adolescent refusal of MMR inoculation: F (Mother) v F (Father). Modern Law Review 77(4): 630-640.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2014). Language, culture, legal traditions and international criminal justice. Journal of International Criminal Justice 12(3): 491-513.
  • Siems, Mathias & Schnyder, Gerhard (2014). Ordoliberal Lessons for Economic Stability: Different Kinds of Regulation, Not More Regulation. Governance 27(3): 377-396.
  • Fenwick, D. (2014). ‘Abortion jurisprudence’ at Strasbourg: deferential, avoidant and normatively neutral? Legal Studies 34(2): 214-241.
  • Campbell, Liz (2014). Organised Crime and the Criminal Justice And Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010. Edinburgh Law Review 18(2): 225-244.
  • Campbell, Liz (2014). Organized crime and national security: a dubious connection. New Criminal Law Review 17(2): 250-251.
  • Elsgray, Fiona (2014). You Need to Find a Version of the World You Can Be In: Experiencing the Continuum of Men’s Intrusive Practices. Qualitative Inquiry 20(4): 509-521.
  • Campbell, Liz (2014). The Prosecution of Organised Crime: Removing the Jury. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 18(2): 83-100.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014). A Legal-Historical Review of the EU Competition Rules. International & Comparative Law Quarterly 63(2): 281-316.
  • Pillay, Anashri (2014). Revisiting the Indian Experience of Economic and Social Rights Adjudication: the Need for a Principled Approach to Judicial Activism and Restraint. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 63(02): 385-408.
  • Ashby, Lana (2014). Priority and rescue financing in the Commonwealth Caribbean: lessons from the United States of America, United Kingdom and European Union. Commonwealth Law Bulletin 40(2): 317-340.
  • Thomas, S. (2014). The Role of Authorization in Title Conflicts Involving Retention of Title Clauses: Some American Lessons. Common Law World Review 43(1): 29-61.
  • 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.
  • Coen, Mark (2014). 'With Cat-Like Tread': Jury Trial and the European Court of Human Rights. Human Rights Law Review 14(1): 107-131.
  • Dyrkolbotn, Sjur & Walicki, Michał (2014). Propositional discourse logic. Synthese 191(5): 863-899.
  • Evans, Judith (2014). Book Review: Maddy Coy (Ed.) Prostitution, Harm and Gender Inequality: Theory, Research and Policy. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique 27(1): 197-204.
  • Cave, Emma (2014). Goodbye Gillick? Identifying and resolving Problems with the Concept of Child Competence. Legal Studies 34(1): 103-122.
  • Linarelli, John (2014). How Trade Law Changed: Why it Should Change Again. Mercer Law Review 65(3): 621-668.
  • Siems, Mathias (2014). Bringing in Foreign Ideas: The Quest for 'Better Law' in Implicit Comparative Law. The Journal of Comparative Law 9: 119-136.
  • Thomas, S. (2014). Sale of Goods and Intellectual Property: Problems with Ownership. Intellectual Property Forum (96): 25-43.
  • Downes, J., Kelly, L. & Westmarland, N. (2014). Ethics in Violence and Abuse Research - a Positive Empowerment Approach. Sociological Research Online 19(1): 1-23.
  • Leigh, Ian & Hambler, Andrew (2014). Religious Symbols, Conscience, and the Rights of Others. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 3(1): 2-24.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). The Inevitability of Climate Change. Global Policy 5(1): 112-113.
  • 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.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2014). Political Islam and Non-Muslim Religions - A Lesson from Lessing for the Arab Transition. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 25(1): 27-47.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014). The Impact of the European Union Current Crisis on Law, Policy and Society. Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies 16: 255-288.
  • Goldberg, Richard (2014). Vaccine damage and causation: a Franco-American comparison. Journal de Droit de la Santé et de l’Assurance Maladie 1: 134-137.
  • Leigh, Ian (2014). Local Government and Political Constitutionalism. Public Law 2014: 43-55.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). Legal positivism and faith in law. Modern Law Review 77(1): 139-147.
  • Bavoso, Vincenzo (2014). Sustainable Companies through Enlightened Boards: Combining Private and Public Interest in the Decision-Making of Large Public Firms. European Company Law 11(2): 90-93.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2014). Murder by YouTube - Anti-Islamic Speech and Homicide Liability. Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law 10(2): 7-42.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2014). Recent Developments in EU Cartels. Oxford Competition Law
  • Perrone, Nicolás (2014). The International Investment Regime and Foreign Investors’ Rights: Another view of a popular story. Manchester Journal of International Economic Law 11(3): 397-420.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2014). Private Regulation and Public Responsibility in the Internal Market. Yearbook of European Law 33: 277-297.
  • Bavoso, Vincenzo (2014). The global financial crisis, the pervasive resilience of shareholder value, and the unfulfilled promises of Anglo-American corporate law. International Company and Commercial Law Review (6): 213-220.
  • Bartlett, Oliver (2014). Distilling Prospects: Reflections on the Proportionality of Minimum Unit Pricing under EU Law. European Journal of Risk Regulation 2014(1): 73-78.
  • Houghton, R. (2014). A Puzzle for International Law: NGOs at the United Nations. North East Law Review 2(2): 1-24.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). Remedial Responsibilities beyond Nations. Journal of Global Ethics 10(2): 156-166.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). What is Wrong about the "Criminal Mind"? Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 65(2): 141-151.
  • Brooks, Thom (2014). Criminal justice at a crossroads why victims should have a say. Political Insight 5(2): 34-37.
  • Ashby, Lana & Bennett, Jivaan (2014). Post-Financial Crisis Construction of Taxing Statutes: Filling State Coffers - A Commonwealth Caribbean Perspective. Caribbean Law Review 20: 13-37.
  • Douglas, Benedict & Wilkinson, David (2014). Flannel and the Cloth. The Nightwatchman - The Wisden Cricket Quarterly 8: 121-124.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2014). PIP Breast Implants, the EU's New Approach for Goods and Market Surveillance by Notified Bodies. European Journal of Risk Regulation 5: 338-350.
  • 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.
  • Phillipson, G. (2013). Leveson, the Public Interest and Press Freedom. Journal of Media Law 5(2): 220-240.
  • 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.
  • Hernández, G.I. (2013). Beyond the Control Paradigm? International Responsibility and the European Union. Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies 15, 2012-2013: 643-668.
  • Attenborough, D. (2013). Enforcement of Corporate Conduct under the Equitable Maximisation and Viability Principle. Legal Studies 33(4): 650-678.
  • Fenwick, Helen & Fenwick, Daniel (2013). The changing face of protection for individual privacy against the press: Leveson, the Royal Charter and tort liability. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 27(3): 241-279.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2013). Vicarious Criminal Liability of Parents for Offences Committed by their Children? Criminal Law and Justice Weekly 177(48): 791-792.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2013). International Constitutionalism and the State. International Journal of Constitutional Law 11(4): 1021-1045.
  • Masterman, R.M.W. & Murkens, J.E.K. (2013). Skirting supremacy and subordination: the constitutional authority of the United Kingdom Supreme Court. Public Law 2013(4): 800-820.
  • Dzehtsiarou, Kanstantsin & Greene, Alan (2013). Restructuring the European Court of Human Rights: Preserving the Right of Individual Petition and Promoting Constitutionalism. Public Law 2013: 710-719.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2013). International constitutionalism and the state: A rejoinder to Vlad Perju. International Journal of Constitutional Law 11(4): 1052-1055.
  • Hernández, G.I. (2013). A Reluctant Guardian: The International Court of Justice and the Concept of 'International Community'. British Yearbook of International Law 83(1): 13-60.
  • 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.
  • Campbell, Liz (2013). Criminal Labels, the European Convention on Human Rights and the Presumption of Innocence. Modern Law Review 76(4): 681-707.
  • Turner, C. (2013). Deconstructing Transitional Justice. Law and Critique 24(2): 193-209.
  • Zacharopoulou, A. & Turner, C. (2013). Peer assisted learning and the creation of a “learning community” for first year law students. Law Teacher 47(2): 192-214.
  • de Londras, Fiona & Graham, Laura (2013). Impossible Floodgates and Unworkable Analogies in the Irish Abortion Debate. Irish Journal of Legal Studies 3(3): 4.
  • Beyleveld, D. (2013). Korsgaard v. Gewirth on Universalization: Why Gewirthians are Kantians and Kantians Ought to be Gewirthians. Journal of Moral Philosophy 1-24.
  • Attenborough, D. (2013). The Vacuous Concept of Shareholder Voting Rights. European Business Organization Law Review 14(2): 147-173.
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). In Defence of Political Theory: Impact and Opportunities. Political Studies Review 11(2): 209-215.
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). The Resource Curse and the Separation of Powers. Ethics & International Affairs
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). Philosophy Unbound: The Idea of Global Philosophy. Metaphilosophy 44(3): 254-266.
  • Akseli, Orkun (2013). Securitisation, the Financial Crisis and the need for effective risk retention. European Business Organization Law Review 14(1): 1-27.
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). Alcohol and Public Policy. Contemporary Social Science 8(1): 1-7.
  • Ó Néill, Clayton (2013). The Languages Acts in the Republic of Ireland and Canada: Lessons to Be Learnt by Northern Ireland. Trinity College Law Review 16: 115-136.
  • Delgado Casteleiro, Andrés (2013). The International Responsibility of the European Union— the EU Perspective: Between Pragmatism and Proceduralisation. Cambridge yearbook of European legal studies 15: 563-586.
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). Introduction to Climate Change Justice. PS: Political Science and Politics 46(1): 9-12.
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). The Real Challenge of Climate Change. PS: Political Science and Politics 46(1): 34-36.
  • Beyleveld, D. (2013). Williams’ False Dilemma: How to Give Categorically Binding Impartial Reasons to Real Agents. Journal of Moral Philosophy 10(2): 204-226.
  • Goldberg, Richard (2013). Epidemiological Uncertainty, Causation and Drug Product Liability. McGill Law Journal 59(4): 777-818.
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). Democracy. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Philosophy
  • Perrone, Nicolás (2013). Restrictions to Foreign Acquisitions of Agricultural Land in Argentina and Brazil. Globalizations 10(1): 205-9.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan (2013). Myth of Shareholder Primacy in English Law. European Business Law Review 24(2): 217-241.
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). Should We Nudge Informed Consent? American Journal of Bioethics 13(6): 22-23.
  • 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.
  • Bavoso, Vincenzo (2013). HSH v. UBS – Lessons from New York. Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 28 (6): 377-379.
  • Bavoso, Vincenzo (2013). Book Review “Governance of Global Financial Markets: The Law, the Economics, the Politics” by E. Avgouleas CUP 2012. Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation 28(4): 166-169.
  • Bavoso, Vincenzo (2013). Financial Innovation and Structured Finance: The Case of Securitisation. Company Lawyer 34(1): 3-12.
  • Cave, Emma (2013). Competence and authority: adolescent treatment refusals for physical and mental health conditions. Contemporary Social Science 8(2): 92-103.
  • Bartlett, Oliver (2013). Under the Influence? The Alcohol Industry's Involvement in the Implementation of Advertising Bans. European Journal of Risk Regulation 2013(3): 383-388.
  • Bartlett, Oliver & Garde, Amandine (2013). Time to seize the (red) bull by the horns: the EU's failure to protect children from alcohol and unhealthy food marketing. European Law Review 38(4): 498-520.
  • Pillay, Anashri (2013). Economic and social rights adjudication: developing principles of judicial restraint in South Africa and the United Kingdom. Public Law 606-624.
  • Hedayati-Kakhki, Mohammad M. & Bohlander, Michael (2013). Islam, Law and Modernity – A new research group at Durham University. GAIR-Mitteilungen 36-49.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2013). Ägyptens neue Verfassung – Ein islamistischer Staatsstreich? GAIR-Mitteilungen 77-82.
  • Downes, Julia, Breeze, Maddie & Griffin, Naomi (2013). Researching DIY Cultures: Towards a Situated Ethical Practice for Activist-Academia. Graduate Journal of Social Science 10(3): 100-124.
  • Hedayati-kakhki, Mohammad (2013). Islam, Law and Modernity - A new research group at Durham University. GAIR-Mitteilungen 36-49.
  • (2013). Flag Protests, Politics and Transition in Northern Ireland. Critical Legal Thinking
  • Fabbrini, Federico & Granat, Katarzyna (2013). "Yellow Card, but no Foul": the Role of the National Parliaments under the Subsidiarity Protocol and the Commission Proposal for an EU Regulation on the Right to Strike. Common Market Law Review 50(1): 115-143.
  • Granat, Katarzyna (2013). Kontrolle des EU-Sekundärrechts durch den polnischen Verfassungsgerichtshof -Anmerkung zum Beschluss des polnischen Verfassungsgerichtshofs vom 16. November 2011, SK 45/09. Europarecht Zeitschrift (2): 205-214.
  • Jones, A. (2013). Seeking International Criminal Justice for Syria. International Law Studies 89: 802-816.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2013). From Status to Impact, and the Role of National Legislation: The Application of Article 34 TFEU to a Private Certification Organisation in Fra.bo. European Journal of Risk Regulation 4: 405-408.
  • Fenwick, D. (2012). The modern abortion jurisprudence under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Medical Law International 12(3-4): 249-276.
  • Perrone, Nicolás (2012). Foreign investment in Agriculture and High Commodity Prices: A contribution to understanding Mercosur’s present challenge. Integration and Trade - Inter-American Development Bank 16(35): 61-68.
  • Leigh, I. & Ahdar, R. (2012). Post-Secularism and the European Court of Human Rights: or how God never really went away. Modern Law Review 75(6): 1064-1098.
  • Hayward, A (2012). 'Family Property' and the Process of Familialisation of Property Law. Child and Family Law Quarterly 24(3): 284-303.
  • Dyrkolbotn, Sjur & Walicki, Michał (2012). Kernels in digraphs that are not kernel perfect. Discrete Mathematics 312(16): 2498-2505.
  • 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.
  • Pillay, Anashri (2012). Towards effective social and economic rights adjudication: the role of meaningful engagement. International Journal of Constitutional Law 10(3): 732-755.
  • 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.
  • Pattinson, Shaun D. (2012). Emergency Research and the Interests of Participants. Medical Law International 12(2): 121-141.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck. & Brownsword, Roger. (2012). Emerging Technologies, Extreme Uncertainty, and the Principle of Rational Precautionary Reasoning. Law, Innovation and Technology 4(1): 35-65.
  • Campbell, Liz & Lynch, N. (2012). Competing Paradigms? The Use of DNA Powers in Youth Justice. Youth Justice 12(1): 3-18.
  • Siems, Mathias & De Cesari, Amedeo (2012). The Law and Finance of Share Repurchases in Europe. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 12(1): 33-57.
  • Goldberg, R. (2012). Medical Malpractice and Compensation in the UK. Chicago-Kent Law Review 87(1): 131-161.
  • Cave, Emma & Wallbank, Julie (2012). Minors' Capacity to Refuse Treatment: A Reply to Gilmore and Herring. Medical Law Review 20(3): 423-449.
  • Hernández, Gleider I. (2012). Impartiality, Bias, and the International Court of Justice. Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 1(3): 183-207.
  • Walicki, Michał & Dyrkolbotn, Sjur (2012). Finding kernels or solving SAT. Journal of Discrete Algorithms 10: 146-164.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). Moral Frankensteins. AJOB Neuroscience 3(4): 28-30.
  • Tomasic, Roman (2012). Corporate Governance and the Protection of Stakeholder Interests in British Banks. European Company Law 9(1): 26-36.
  • 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.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2012). "There is no compulsion in religion“ - Freedom of religion, responsibility to protect (R2P) and crimes against humanity at the example of the Islamic blasphemy laws of Pakistan. Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law 8(1): 36-66.
  • Downes, Julia (2012). The Expansion of Punk Rock: Riot grrrl challenges to gender power relations in British indie music subcultures. Women's Studies 42(2): 204-237.
  • Pattinson, Shaun D. (2012). The Value of Bodily Material: Acquiring and Allocating Human Gametes. Medical Law Review 20(4): 576-603.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2012). Alfred Verdross and the Contemporary Constitutionalization Debate. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 32(4): 799-822.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2012). Splendid Isolation: International Humanitarian Law, Legal Theory and the International Legal Order. Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 14(1): 107-131.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2012). Volver a Radbruch. InDret 2012(2).
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2012). The “global pariah”, the Defamation Bill and the Human Rights Act. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 63(1): 149-186.
  • McGlynn, Clare (2012). John Stuart Mill on Prostitution: Radical Sentiments, Liberal Proscriptions. Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 8(2).
  • Andrés Delgado Casteleiro (2012). EU Declarations of Competence to Multilateral Agreements: A Useful Reference Base? European Foreign Affairs Review 17(4): 491-509.
  • Masterman, R.M.W. & Murkens, J.E.K. (2012). Zwischen Vorrangstellung und Ergebenheit: Der Verfassungsstatus des Supreme Court im Vereinigten Königreich. JuristenZeitung 67(21): 1029-1040.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). After Fukushima Daiichi: New Global Institutions for Improved Nuclear Power Policy. Ethics, Policy & Environment 15(1): 63-69.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). Climate Change and Negative Duties. Politics 32(1): 1-9.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). Preserving Capabilities. American Journal of Bioethics 12(6): 45-46.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). Reciprocity as Mutual Recognition. The Good Society 21(1): 21-35.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). The British Citizenship Test: The Case for Reform. Political Quarterly 83(3): 560-566.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). The Academic Journal Editor: Secrets Revealed. Journal of Moral Philosophy 9(3): 313-325.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). Reply to Redding, Rosen and Wood. Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 66: 23-35.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2012). Case Note on Amtsgericht Köln, Judgment No. 528 Ds 30/11, Germany of 21 September 2011 and Landgericht Köln, Judgment No. 151 Ns 169/11, Germany of 7 May 2012 (Criminal liability for not medically indicated male circumcision based on religious tradition). Oxford Journal of Law and Religion
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2012). Agents of Change: Academics and the Spirit of Debate at International Conferences. Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 1(3): 275-297.
  • Siems, Mathias & Mac Sithigh, Daithi (2012). Mapping Legal Research. The Cambridge Law Journal 71(03): 651-676.
  • McCann, D. (2012). New Frontiers of Regulation: domestic work, working conditions and the holistic assessment of non-standard work norms. Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal 34(1): 167-192.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). Punishment and Moral Sentiments. Review of Metaphysics 66: 281-293.
  • Brooks, Thom (2012). James Seth on natural law and legal theory. Collingwood and British idealism studies 18(2): 115-132.
  • Bavoso, Vincenzo (2012). Book Review “The Future of Financial Regulation” edited by I. MacNeil & J. O’Brian, Hart 2010. Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation 27(10): 439-440.
  • Greene, Alan (2012). The Historical Evolution of Article 28.3.3° of the Irish Constitution. Irish Jurist 47(1): 117-142.
  • Greene, Alan (2012). Natural Law and the Basic Norm of the Irish Constitution. Irish Law Times 30(19): 298-300.
  • O'Brien, Derek & Wheatle, Se-shauna (2012). Post-Independence Constitutional Reform In The Commonwealth Caribbean And A New Charter Of Fundamental Rights And Freedoms For Jamaica. Public Law 2012: 683.
  • Wheatle, Se-shauna (2012). The Rights to Equality and Non-Discrimination and the Jamaican Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. West Indian Law Journal 2012: 126.
  • Allen, Tom (2012). General Principles of International Law and the Autonomous Interpetation of the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law 8(1): 91-100.
  • Attenborough, D (2012). Giving purpose to the corporate purpose debate: an equitable maximisation and viability principle (Winner of the SLS Annual Conference Best Paper Prize 2011). Legal Studies 4-34.
  • Granat, Katarzyna (2012). «Yellow Card» for the Commission Proposal on the Right to Take Collective Action. Quaderni costituzionali (4): 897-900.
  • Thomas, S (2012). Transfers of documents of title under English law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 573-605.
  • Thomas, S (2012). The right to reject for short delivery and termination. Journal of International Trade Law and Policy 11(1): 44.
  • Thomas, S (2012). Goods with embedded software: Obligations under Section 12 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 26(2-3): 165.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2012). An Illusion of Protection and an Assumption of Responsibility: The Possibility of Swedish State Liability after Laval. Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies 14: 453-473.
  • Goosey, S. (2012). Torture and the Value of Autonomy. Trinity College Law Review 16.
  • Cave, Emma (2011). Maximisation of Minors' Capacity. Child and Family Law Quarterly 23(4): 431-449.
  • Williams, Alexander & Phillipson, Gavin (2011). Horizontal Effect and the Constitutional Constraint. Modern Law Review 74(6): 878-910.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck. (2011). The Principle of Generic Consistency as the Supreme Principle of Human Rights. Human Rights Review 13(1): 1-18.
  • Fenwick, D. (2011). Terrorism, CCTV and the Freedom Bill 2011: Achieving compatibility with Article 8 ECHR? International Review of Law, Computers and Technology 25(3): 183-191.
  • Campbell, Liz (2011). Non-Conviction DNA Databases in the United States and England: Historical Differences, Current Convergences? International Journal of Evidence and Proof 15(4): 281-310.
  • Tomasic, Roman. & Akinbami, Folarin. (2011). The Role of Trust in Maintaining the Resilience of Financial Markets. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 11(2): 369-394.
  • Greene, Alan (2011). Separating Normalcy from Emergency: The Jurisprudence of Article 15 of the European Convention on Human Rights. German Law Journal 12(10): 1764-1785.
  • Pattinson, Shaun D. (2011). Directed donation and ownership of human organs. Legal Studies 31(3): 392-410.
  • Cave, Emma (2011). Redress in the NHS. Journal of Professional Negligence 27(3): 138-157.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2011). Retrospective reductions in the severity of substantive criminal law – The lex mitior principle and the impact of Scoppola v Italy No. 2. Criminal Law Review (8): 627-641.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2011). Radbruch Redux: The need for revisiting the conversation between common and civil law at root level at the example of international criminal justice. Leiden Journal of International Law 24(2): 393-410.
  • Campbell, Liz (2011). "Non-Conviction" DNA Databases and Criminal Justice: A Comparative Analysis. Journal of Commonwealth Criminal Law (1): 55-77.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2011). Basic Concepts of German Criminal Procedure – An Introduction. Durham Law Review 1: 26.
  • 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.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2011). The Emerging EU Framework for Bank Recovery and Resolution. Corporate Rescue & Insolvency 4(2): 40-42.
  • McGlynn, C (2011). Rape, Defendant Anonymity and Human Rights: adopting a "wider perspective". Criminal Law Review (3): 199-215.
  • Williams, Alexander. (2011). 'A Fresh Perspective on Hybrid Public Authorities under the Human Rights Act: Private Contractors, Rights-Stripping and "Chameleonic" Horizontal Effect'. Public Law 1: 139-163.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2011). The financial crisis and the haphazard pursuit of financial crime. Journal of Financial Crime 18(1): 7-31.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). British Idealism. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Philosophy
  • 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.
  • I. Leigh (2011). Damned if they do, Damned if they don’t: the European Court of Human Rights and the Protection of Religion from Attack. Res Publica 17(1): 55-73.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2011). Konventionsfreundliche Auslegung von Art. 103 II GG nach Scoppola v Italy (No. 2): Verfassungsrang für das Lex-Mitior-Prinzip? StraFo 169-172.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2011). Battered Women and Failed Attempts to Kill the Abuser – Labelling and Doctrinal Inconsistency in English Homicide Law. Journal of Criminal Law 75(4): 279-288.
  • Phillipson, Gavin, & Baker, Aaron (2011). Policing, Profiling and Discrimination Law: US and European Approaches Compared. Journal of Global Ethics 7(1): 105-124.
  • Tomasic, Roman. & Akinbami, Folarin. (2011). Towards a New Corporate Governance After the Global Financial Crisis. International Company and Commercial Law Review 22( 8): 237-249.
  • 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.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2011). Company Law Modernisation and Corporate Governance in the UK - Some Recent Issues and Debates. DICTUM - Victoria Law School Journal 1(1): 43-61.
  • 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.
  • Delgado Casteleiro, Andres. & Larik, Joris. (2011). The Duty to Remain Silent: Limitless Loyalty in EU External Relations? European Law Review 36(4): 524-541.
  • van Boom, W.H. (2011). Price Intransparency, Consumer Decision Making and European Consumer Law. Journal of Consumer Policy 34(3): 359-376.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). Punishment: Political, not Moral. New Criminal Law Review 14(3): 427-438.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). Rethinking Remedial Responsibilities. Ethics & Global Politics 4(3): 195-202.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). Respect for Nature: The Capabilities Approach. Ethics, Policy & Environment 14(2): 143-146.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). Is Bradley a Retributivist? History of Political Thought 32(1): 83-95.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). Bernard Williams, Republicanism, and the Liberalism of Fear. Theoretical and Applied Ethics 1(3): 57-60.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). Autonomy, Freedom, and Punishment. Legal Theory in China 2: 161-169.
  • Brooks, Thom (2011). Punishment. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Philosophy
  • Lucy, W (2011). Equality Under and Before the Law. University of Toronto Law Journal 61(3): 411-465.
  • Turner, C (2011). Human Rights and the Empire of (International) Law. Law and Inequality 29(2): 313-342.
  • Greene, Alan (2011). Shielding the State of Emergency: Organised Crime in Ireland and the State's Response. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 62(3): 249-267.
  • Casey, Donal, Dobbs, Mary, Greene, Alan, Lawless, James & Mulholland, Niamh (2011). Transforming Researchers into Educators: Some Reflections on the University College Dublin School of Law Syllabus Design Workshop 2010. German Law Journal 12(7): 1510-1528.
  • Dzehtsiarou, Kanstantsin & Greene, Alan (2011). Legitimacy and the Future of the European Court of Human Rights: Critical Perspectives from Academia and Practitioners. German Law Journal 12(10): 1707-1715.
  • Buchan, Russell, Jones, Henry & White, Nigel (2011). The Externalization of Peacekeeping: Policy, Responsibility, and Accountability. Journal of International Peacekeeping 15(3): 281.
  • Thomas, S (2011). The Origins of the Factors Acts 1823 and 1825. The Journal of Legal History 32(2): 151.
  • Campbell, Liz (2010). A rights-based analysis of DNA retention: "non-conviction" databases and the liberal state. Criminal Law Review 2010(12): 889-906.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2010). Letter to the editor: Reply to J. J. Child, Crim. L.R. 2010, 12, 924-932. Criminal Law Review 12: 933-935.
  • Riley, CA (2010). The Not-so Dynamic Quality of Corporate Law: A UK Perspective on Hansmann's 'Corporation and Contract'. King's Law Journal 21(3): 469-494.
  • Schouten, Michael & Siems, Mathias (2010). The Evolution of Ownership Disclosure Rules Across Countries. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 10(2): 451-483
  • Leigh, I. (2010). New Trends in Religious Liberty and the European Court of Human Rights. Ecclesiastical Law Journal 12(3): 266-279.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2010). Transferred malice and transferred defences: A critique of the traditional doctrine and arguments for a change in paradigm. New Criminal Law Review 13(3): 555-624.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2010). The Conflict between the Serious Crime Act 2007 and section 1(4)(b) Criminal Attempts Act 1981 – A missed repeal? Criminal Law Review 6: 483-488.
  • Campbell, Liz (2010). Responding to Gun Crime in Ireland. British Journal of Criminology 50(3): 414-434.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife. (2010). Neutrality and Multilateralism after the First World War. Journal of Conflict and Security Law 15 (1): 169 - 202.
  • CA Riley (2010). The Case for Non-Governing Directors in Not-for-Profit Companies. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 10(1): 119-150.
  • 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.
  • Cave, Emma (2010). Seen but not heard? Children in Clinical Trials. Medical Law Review 18(1): 1-27.
  • Attenborough, D. (2010). Corporate Governance and the Importance of Societal and Cultural Factors: An Argument Against Calling Time on UK Boardroom Rules. European Business Law Review 21(4): 559-572.
  • Campbell, Liz (2010). DNA Databases and Innocent Persons: Lessons From Scotland? The Juridical Review 2010(4): 285-297.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2010). Establishing a UK rescue regime for failed investment banks. Corporate Rescue and Insolvency 3(2): 60-64.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2010). Case note: Investigation of Disappearances: Gongadze v Ukraine. Irish Human Rights Law Review 1: 299-303.
  • 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
  • Allen, Tom. (2010). Liberalism, Social Democracy and the Value of Property under the European Convention on Human Rights. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 59(4): 1055-1078.
  • van Boom, Willem (2010). Juxtaposing BTE and ATE: the role of the European insurance industry in funding civil litigation. Oxford University Comparative Law Forum 1.
  • Van Boom, Willem H. (2010). Comparative Notes on Injunction and Wrongful Risk-Taking. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 17(1): 10-31.
  • Brooks, Thom (2010). Justifying Terrorism. Public Affairs Quarterly 24(3): 189-195.
  • Brooks, Thom (2010). Hegel: Philosophy of Politics. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Philosophy
  • Brooks, Thom (2010). The View from the Journal of Moral Philosophy. American Philosophical Association Newsetter on Feminism and Philosophy 10(1): 16-17.
  • Westmarland, N. & Graham, L. (2010). 'The promotion and resistance of rape myths in an internet discussion forum’. Journal of Social Criminology 1(2): 80-104.
  • Turner, C (2010). Political Representations of Law in Northern Ireland. Public Law 451-459.
  • Coen, Mark & Heffernan, Liz (2010). Juror Comprehension of Expert Evidence: A Reform Agenda. Criminal Law Review (3): 195-211.
  • Coen, Mark (2010). Apprehended Bias: The Case of Jurors. Dublin University Law Journal 32: 121-135.
  • Coen, Mark (2010). Elephants in the Room: The Law Reform Commission's Consultation Paper on Jury Service Part I. Irish Criminal Law Journal 20(3): 75-78.
  • Coen, Mark (2010). Elephants in the Room: The Law Reform Commission's Consultation Paper on Jury Service Part II. Irish Criminal Law Journal 20(4): 98-104.
  • Thomas, S (2010). Do freegans commit theft? Legal Studies 30(1): 98.
  • Bergsmo, M., Bekou, O. & Jones, A. (2010). Complementarity after Kampala: Capacity Building and the ICC's Legal Tools. Goettingen Journal of International Law 2: 791-811.
  • Bergsmo, M., Bekou, O. & Jones, A. (2010). New Technologies in Criminal Justice for Core International Crimes. Human Rights Law Review 10(4): 715-729.
  • Goosey, S. (2010). Abortion and the Categorical Imperative. UCL Jurisprudence Review 16.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2009). Pride and Prejudice or Sense and Sensibility? A pragmatic proposal for the recruitment of judges at the ICC and other international criminal courts. New Criminal Law Review 12(4): 529-542.
  • Fenwick, Helen. (2009). Marginalising human rights: breach of the peace, “kettling”, the Human Rights Act and public protest. Public Law 2009(4): 737-765.
  • Leigh, I. (2009). Changing the Rules of the Game: Some Necessary Legal Reforms to United Kingdom Intelligence. Review of International Studies 35(4): 943-955.
  • 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.
  • Masterman, R.M.W. (2009). Labour’s ‘Juridification’ of the Constitution. Parliamentary Affairs 62(3): 476-492.
  • Masterman, R.M.W. (2009). Juridification, sovereignty and separation of powers. Parliamentary Affairs 62(3): 499-502.
  • McGlynn, Clare. (2009). Rape, Torture and the European Convention on Human Rights. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 58(3): 565-595.
  • Phillipson, G. (2009). Max Mosley goes to Strasbourg: article 8, claimant notification and interim injunctions. Journal of Media Law 1(1): 73-96.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2009). Creating a template for banking insolvency law reform after the collapse of Northern Rock: Part 2. Insolvency Intelligence 22(6): 81-88.
  • 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.
  • Goldberg, R. (2009). Causation, Idiopathic Conditions and the Limits of Epidemiology. Edinburgh Law Review 13(2): 282-286.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2009). Creating a template for banking insolvency law reform after the collapse of Northern Rock: Part 1. Insolvency Intelligence 22(5): 65-70.
  • Bohlander, Michael. (2009). Comment: The Remains of the Day - Whole Life Sentences after Bieber. Journal of Criminal Law 73(1): 30 - 47.
  • McGlynn, Clare., Rackley, Erika. & Ward, Ian. (2009). Judging Destricted. King’s Law Journal 20(1): 53-67.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2009). “Raising corporate governance standards in response to corporate rescue and insolvency”. Corporate Rescue and Insolvency journal 2(1): 5-9.
  • Masterman, R.M.W. (2009). Interpretations, declarations and dialogue: rights protection under the Human Rights Act and Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities. Public Law (1): 112-131.
  • Leigh, I. (2009). Recent Developments in Religious Liberty. Ecclesiastical Law Journal 11(1): 65-72.
  • McGlynn, Clare. & Rackley, Erika. (2009). Criminalising Extreme Pornography: A Lost Opportunity. Criminal Law Review (4): 245-260.
  • Maged, Adel Ibrahim (2009). Globalization: Its Implications on Expanding the Criminalization of Preparatory Acts of Terrorism (el awlamah w atharoha ala el tawaso fe tagreem el amal el tahdiriyah llgaraem al erhabia). Arab Journal for Jurisprudence and the Judiciary 39: 16-58.
  • Hayward, A. (2009). Family Values in the Home: Fowler v Barron. Child and Family Law Quarterly 21(2): 242-256.
  • Liao, Fort Fu-Te. & Weng, Yi-Hung. (2009). Stop! Big Brother: Comments on S. and Marper v. UK. Taiwan Law Journal (122): 23-26.
  • Coyles, W. (2009). The Bare Life of the ‘Problem Drug User’ An Analysis of Neo-Liberal State Responses to ‘Problem Drug Users’. The Internet Journal of Criminology
  • Liao, Fort Fu-Te. & Weng, Yi-Hung. (2009). Drawing up the bottom line on collecting and retaining the personal biometrics data managed by states?– Comments on S. and Marper v. UK. Taiwan Law Journal (141): 49-64.
  • Bohlander, Michael. & Mohammad M. Hedayati-Kakhki. (2009). Criminal Justice under Shari’ah in the 21st Century – An Inter-Cultural View. Arab Law Quarterly (23).
  • Hedayati-Kakhki, Mohammad. (2009). Coexistence of Democracy and Rule by Jurisconsult within the Shi’ite System of Law. Shi’a Affairs Journal 2.
  • Akseli, Orkun (2009). Contractual prohibitions on assignment of receivables: an English and UN perspective. Journal of Business Law (7): 650-678.
  • van Boom, W.H. (2009). De Minimis Curat Praetor – Redress for Dispersed Trifle Losses. Journal of Comparative Law 4(2): 171-185.
  • 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.
  • Brooks, Thom (2009). The Problem with Polygamy. Philosophical Topics 37(2): 109-122.
  • Brooks, Thom (2009). Miller et "Distributing Responsibilities". Archives de Philosophie du Droit 52: 381-386.
  • Brooks, Thom (2009). A Critique of Pragmatism and Deliberative Democracy. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 45(1): 50-54.
  • Goldberg, R (2009). Psychopathic Personality Disorder in Scots Criminal Law 1958-1963: The Manuel and Burnett Cases. Juridical Review 1: 39-82.
  • Lucy, W (2009). Abstraction and Equality. Current Legal Problems 62(1): 22-70.
  • Lucy, W (2009). Persons in Law. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 29(4): 787-804.
  • Lucy, W. (2009). Abstraction and the Rule of Law. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 29(3): 481-509.
  • Cave, Emma (2009). Adolescent Consent and Confidentiality in the UK. European Journal of Health Law 16(4): 309-331.
  • Coen, Mark & Heffernan, Liz (2009). The Reliability of Expert Evidence: Reflections on the Law Commission's Proposals for Reform. The Journal of Criminal Law 73(6): 488-507.
  • Coen, Mark (2009). Fair Procedures, Local Authority Housing, the Constitution and the European Convention on Human Rights. Dublin University Law Journal 31: 423-439.
  • Attenborough, D (2009). How Directors Should Act When Owing Duties to the Company’s Shareholders: Why We Need to Stop Applying Greenhalgh. International Company and Commercial Law Review 339-346.
  • Brazier, Margaret & Cave, Emma (2008). Why We Wrote. Medicine, Patients and the Law. Clinical Ethics 3(4): 205-208.
  • Baker, Aaron. (2008). Proportionality and Employment Discrimination in the UK. Industrial Law Journal 37(4): 305-328.
  • Brooks, Thom (2008). A Two-Tiered Reparations Theory: A Reply to Wenar. Journal of Social Philosophy 39(4): 666-669.
  • 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.
  • Campbell, C. & Turner, C. (2008). Utopia and the Doubters: Truth, Transition and the Law. Legal Studies 28(3): 374-395.
  • Coen, Mark (2008). Religious Ethos and Employment Equality: A Comparative Irish Perspective. Legal Studies 28(3): 452-474.
  • Leigh, Ian. (2008). Hatred, Sexual Orientation, Free Speech and Religious Liberty. Ecclesiastical Law Journal 10(3): 337-344.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2008). “The Rescue of Northern Rock: nationalisation in the shadow of insolvency". Corporate Rescue and Insolvency 1(4): 109-111.
  • Maged, Adel Ibrahim (2008). Arab and Islamic Shari'a Perspectives on the Current System of International Criminal Justice. International Criminal Law Review 8(3): 477-507.
  • 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.
  • Zang, Michelle Q. (2008). The WTO Contingent Trade Instrument against China: what does accession bring? International and Comparative Law Quarterly 58: 321-351.
  • 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.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2008). Corporate rescue, governance and risk-taking in Northern Rock (Part 1). Company Lawyer 29(10): 297-303.
  • Williams, Alexander. (2008). 'YL v Birmingham City Council: Contracting out and “functions of a public nature”. European Human Rights Law Review 4: 524-531.
  • Tomasic, Roman. (2008). Corporate rescue, governance and risk-taking in Northern Rock (Part 2). Company Lawyer 29(11): 330-337.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife. (2008). The Inimitable Form of Irish Neutrality: From the Birth of the State to World War II. Dublin University Law Journal 30(1): 259 - 278.
  • Hinds, Anna-Louise. & O'Donoghue, Aoife. (2008). Ireland and the WTO: Dancing at the crossroads. Irish Studies in International Affairs 19: 169-182.
  • Hambler, A. (2008). A Private Matter? Evolving approaches to the freedom to manifest religious convictions in the workplace. Religion and Human Rights 3: 111-133.
  • Phillipson, G. (2008). Trial by Media: the Betrayal of the First Amendment’s Purpose. Law and Contemporary Problems 71(4): 15-30.
  • McMullen, J, (2008). “The Right to Object to Transfer of Employment Under TUPE”. Industrial Law Journal 37(2): 169-177.
  • Mukwiri, Jonathan. (2008). Directors’ duties in takeover bids and English company law. International Company and Commercial Law Review 19(9): 281-289.
  • Brooks, Thom (2008). Shame on You, Shame on Me? Nussbaum on Shame Punishment. Journal of Applied Philosophy 25(4): 322-334.
  • Brooks, Thom (2008). Was Green a Utilitarian in Practice? Collingwood and British Idealism Studies 14(1): 5-15.
  • Brooks, Thom (2008). Bringing the Republic to Life: Teaching Plato's The Republic to First-Year Students. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice 3(3): 211-221.
  • Brooks, Thom (2008). Punishment and Reincarnation. Journal of Indian Philosophy and Religion 13: 21-38.
  • Turner, C (2008). Delivering Lasting Peace, Democracy and Human Rights in Times of Transition: The Role of International Law. International Journal of Transitional Justice 2(2): 126-151.
  • Lee, Sangheon, McCann, Deirdre & Torm, Nina (2008). The World Bank's Employing Workers' Index: Findings and Critiques - A Review of Recent Evidence. International Labour Review 147(4): 416-432.
  • Thomas, S (2008). Mistake of Identity: A Comparative Analysis. Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 188-213.

Journal papers: online

  • Greene, Alan (2016). Pouvoirs Anti-Terroristes Permanents Au Royaume-Uni: Quelles Leçons Pour La France? Archives de politique Criminelle 38(1): 169-187.
  • Brown, Alexander A. D. (2016). To Complicity… and Beyond! Passive Assistance and Positive Obligations in International Law. The Hague Yearbook of International Law 27: 133-152.
  • Schütze, Robert (2016). Tax Barriers to Intra-Union Trade: American ‘Federalism’, European ‘Internationalism’? Yearbook of European Law 35(1): 382-409.
  • Jones, Annika (2016). Insights Into an Emerging Relationship: Use of Human Rights Jurisprudence at the International Criminal Court. Human Rights Law Review 16(4): 701-729.
  • Phillipson, Gavin (2016). A dive into deep constitutional waters: Article 50, the prerogative and parliament. Modern Law Review 79(6): 1064-1089.

Journal papers: professional

  • Goosey, S. (2010). Abortion and the Categorical Imperative. UCL Jurisprudence Review 16.
  • Goosey, S. (2012). Torture and the Value of Autonomy. Trinity College Law Review 16.
  • Verbruggen, Paul & Van Leeuwen, Barend (2015). Aansprakelijkheid voor gebrekkige medische hulpzaken. De (mogelijke) invloed van het Europese Hof van Justitie. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Burgerlijk Recht 45(10).
  • Verbruggen, Paul & Van Leeuwen, Barend (2015). Europese regelgeving inzake medische hulpmiddelen. Het PIP-schandaal, de 'Nieuwe Aanpak' en consumenten-bescherming. Tijdschrift voor Consumentenrecht & Handelspraktijken (3): 111-121.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2015). La responsabilité des organismes notifiés du fait d’implants mammaires défectueux: TÜV Rheinland devant les tribunaux français et allemands. Revue internationale de droit économique 29: 69-85.

Books: sections

  • Leigh, Ian (2017). Reversibility, Proportionality, and Conflicting Rights: Fernández Martínez v. Spain. In When Human Rights Clash at the European Court of Human Rights: Conflict or Harmony?. Smet, S. & Brems, E. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 218-241.
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Hegel's Philosophy of Law. In The Oxford Handbook of Hegel. Moyar, Dean Oxford: Oxford University Press. 453-474.
  • 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.
  • Campbell, Liz (2017). Commentary on DPP v. Tiernan. In Northern / Irish Feminist Judgments: Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity. Enright, Máiréad, Mccandleuss, Julie & O'Donoghue, Aoife Hart Publishing.
  • Siems, Mathias & Mac Sithigh, Daithi (2017). Why Do We Do What We Do? Comparing Legal Methods in Five Law Schools through Survey Evidence. In Rethinking Legal Scholarship: A Transatlantic Interchange. van Gestel, Rob Micklitz, Hans & Rubin, Edward L. Cambridge Cambridge University Press. 31-83.
  • Pattinson, Shaun D. (2017). Advance Refusals and the Personal Identity Objection. In Ethical Rationalism and the Law. Capps, Patrick & Pattinson, Shaun D. Oxford: Hart Publishing. 91-108.
  • Brooks, Thom & Sankey, Diana (2017). Beyond Reason: The Legal Importance of Emotions. In Ethical Rationalism and the Law. Capps, Patrick & Pattinson, Shaun Oxford: Hart. 131-148.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck (2017). What Is Gewirth and What IS Beyleveld? A Retrospect with Comments on the Contributions. In Ethical Rationalism and the Law. Capps, Patrick & Pattinson, Shaun D. Oxford: Hart Publishing. 233-255.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck (2017). Transcendental Arguments for a Categorical Imperative as Arguments from Agential Self-Understanding. In Transcendental Arguments in Moral Theory. Brune, Jens Peter Stern, Robert & Werner, Micha H Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. 141-159.
  • Akseli, N.O. (2017). SMEs and access to finance: A vulnerability perspective. In Law and Finance after the Financial Crisis: The Untold Stories of the UK Financial Market. Aldohni, A.K. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 116-134.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck (2017). Sheffield Natural Law School. In Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy. Sellers, M. & Kirste, P. Dordrecht: Springer. 1-8.
  • Jensdottir R. & Beattie, T. (2017). Child Deprivation of Liberty and the Role of the Council of Europe. In Children Deprived of Liberty and Applicable Legal Frameworks: A Global Solution for a Global Problem. The American University Washington College of Law Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law Anti-Torture Initiative. 81-108.
  • Van Leeuwen, Barend (2017). The Impact of EU Intellectual Property Law and the Charter on Private Law Concepts. In Primary EU Law and Private Law Concepts. Micklitz, Hans-W. & Sieburgh, Carla Intersentia. 241-270.
  • Hernández, G.I. (2017). Federal States: A New Paradigm for International Responsibility. In The Practice of Shared Responsibility. Nollkaemper, A. & Plakokefalos, I. Cambridge University Press. 3.
  • Houghton, Ruth (2017). Comment on McGimpsey v Ireland. In Northern / Irish Feminist Judgments Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity. O'Donoghue, Aoife,, Enright, Máiréad, & McCandless, Julie Hart.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2017). Judging and the Judgment Writing Process: A Northern/Irish Perspective. In Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments: Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity. Enright, Máiréad McCandless, Julie & O'Donoghue, Aoife Hart. 75-92.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2017). McGimpsey v Ireland. In Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments: Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity. O'Donoghue, Aoife, , Enright, Máiréad & McCandless, Julie Hart. 229-240.

Essays in edited volumes

  • Brooks, Thom (2016). Punitive Restoration: Giving the Public a Say on Sentencing. In Democratic Theory and Mass Incarceration. Dzur, Albert, Loader, Ian & Sparks, Richard Oxford: Oxford University Press. 140-161.
  • Akseli, NO (2016). The United Nations Convention on the Assignment of Receivables in International Trade and Small Businesses. In Secured Transactions Law Reform: Principles, Policies and Practice. Gullifer, L. & Akseli, NO Oxford; Portland Oregon: Hart Publishing. 465-479.
  • Spaventa, E. (2016). Once a foreigner, always a foreigner: Who Does Not Belong Here Anymore? Expulsion Measures. In Residence, employment and social rights of mobile persons. On how EU law defines where they belong. Verschueren, H. Cambridge Intersentia. 36: 89-110.
  • Masterman, R.M.W. (2016). The United Kingdom: From Strasbourg Surrogacy towards a British Bill of Rights? In Criticism of the European Court of Human Rights: Shifting the convention system: counter-dynamics at the national and EU level. Lambrecht, S., Lemmens, K. & Popelier, P. Cambridge: Intersentia. 9: 447-478.
  • Granat, Katarzyna (2016). Interparliamentary Cooperation and the Simplified Revision Procedures. In Interparliamentary Cooperation in the Composite European Constitution. Lupo, Nicola & Fasone, Cristina Oxford: Hart Publishing. 73-92.
  • Akseli, N.O. (2016). Assignment, Delegation and Third-Party Rights. In International Sales Law: Contract, Principles & Practice. Di Matteo, Larry, Janssen, André, Magnus, Ulrich & Schulze, Rainer Munich: Beck/Hart/Nomos. 813-854.
  • Jones, Annika (2016). Non-Cooperation and the Efficiency of the International Criminal Court. In Cooperation and the International Criminal Court: Perspectives from Theory and Practice. Bekou, Olympia & Birkett, Daley Leiden: Brill. 185-209.
  • Hernández, G.I. (2016). International Judicial Lawmaking. In Research Handbook on International Law-Making. Brölmann, C. & Radi, Y. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 200-221.
  • Spaventa, E. (2016). Economic justifications and Union Citizenship: Reallocating welfare responsibilities to the State of origin. In Exceptions from EU Free Movement Law - Derogation, Justification and Proportionality. Koutrakos, P., Nic Shuibhne, N. & Syrpis, P. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Chirita, Anca D. (2016). Procedural Rights in EU Administrative Competition Proceedings: Ex Ante Mergers. In Procedural Rights in Competition Law in the EU and China. Cauffman, C. & Hao, Q. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. 59-99.
  • Jones, Henry (2016). The Kantian Defence of Murder. In Beyond responsibility to protect: Generating change in international law. Barnes, R. & Tzevelekos, V. Cambridge: Intersentia. 31-52.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck (2016). The duties we have to future generations: a Gewirthian approach. In Human Rights and Sustainability: Moral responsibilities for the future. Bos, Gerhard & Düwell, Marcus Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 137-150.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2016). The Separation of Powers Beyond the State: The ‘inconveniences of [a]bsolute power’. In The Powers that Be: Rethinking the Separation of Powers: A Leiden Response to Möllers. ten Napel, H.-M. & Voermans, W. Leiden: Leiden University Press. 45-65.
  • Héritier, Adrienne, Moury, Catherine & Granat, Katarzyna (2016). The Contest for Power in Delegated Legislation. In Rule-making by the European Commission: the New System for Delegation of Powers. Bergström, Carl Fredrik & Ritleng, Dominique Oxford: Oxford University Press. 105-132.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2016). Article 36 - Qualifications, nomination and election of judges. In Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: a commentary. Triffterer, Otto & Ambos, Kai Munich Oxford Baden-Baden: C.H. Beck Hart Nomos. 1216-1225.
  • Pillay, Anashri & Wesson, Murray (2016). Recession, recovery and service delivery: political and judicial responses to the financial and economic crisis in South Africa. In Economic and Social Rights after the Global Financial Crisis. Nolan, A. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 335-365.
  • Schammo, P. (2016). Differentiated Integration and the Single Supervisory Mechanism: which way forward for the European Banking Authority? In Britain Alone! The Implications and Consequences of United Kingdom Exit from the EU. Birkinshaw, P. & Biondi, A. Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International. 311-335.
  • Allen, Tom (2016). Constitutional law, Social Justice and the Redistribution of Land. In Property and Human Rights in a Global Context. Xu, Ting & Allain, Jean Oxford: Hart. 63-92.
  • Beyleveld, Deryck (2016). Gewirth versus Kant on Kant’s Maxim of Reason: Towards a Gewirthian Philosophical Anthropology. In Gewirthian Perspectives on Human Rights. Bauhn, P. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 13-29.
  • Jacques, Johanna (2016). Law, Decision, Necessity: Shifting the Burden of Responsibility. In The Contemporary Relevance of Carl Schmitt: Law, Politics, Theology. Arvidssen, M., Brännström, L. & Minkkinen, P. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 107-119.
  • Coy, M., Kelly, L., Vera-Gray, F., Garner, M. & Kanyeredzi, A. (2016). From ‘no means no’ to ‘an enthusiastic yes’ Changing the Discourse on Sexual Consent Through Sex and Relationships Education. In Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education: Addressing Issues of Gender, Sexuality, Plurality and Power. Sundaram, Vanita & Sauntson, Helen Palgrave Macmillan UK. 84-99.
  • Georgosouli, A. & Schammo, P. (2016). National Report – United Kingdom. [erroneously attributed to Tridimas, T. in the initial print run]. In European Banking Union. XXVII. FIDE Congress Proceedings. Bándi, Gy, Darák, P., Halustyik, A. & Láncos, P. Wolters Kluwer. 1.
  • Campbell, Liz (2016). Organised Crime in Ireland. In The Routledge Handbook of Irish Criminology. Healy, D., Hamilton, C., Daly, Y. & Butler, M. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 556-574.
  • Triffterer, Otto & Bohlander, Michael (2016). Article 1 - The Court. In Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Triffterer, Otto & Ambos, Kai C H Beck/Hart/Nomos.
  • Cave, Emma & Stanton, Catherine (2016). Maternal responsibility to the child not yet born. In Pioneering Healthcare Law: Essays in Honour of Margaret Brazier. Stanton C, Devaney S, Farrell A-M & Mullock A Routledge. 280-292.

Articles: magazine

  • McGlynn, Clare & Rackley, Erika (2017). Why ‘upskirting’ needs to be made a sex crime. The Conversation
  • Greene, Alan (2017). Trump's Travel Ban is Nothing to Do with National Security. The Conversation
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). I'm known as the Brexit expert who said it would never actually happen. The Independent
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Theresa May just quietly made a sinister deal about EU citizens which puts us on the fast track to a bad Brexit. The Independent
  • Greene, Alan (2017). Linking lone wolf killers to Islamic State magnifies the threat – and could inspire future attacks. The Conversation

Articles: newspaper

  • McGlynn, Clare & Rackley, Erika (2017). Why ‘upskirting’ needs to be made a sex crime. The Conversation
  • Greene, Alan (2017). Trump's Travel Ban is Nothing to Do with National Security. The Conversation
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). I'm known as the Brexit expert who said it would never actually happen. The Independent
  • Brooks, Thom (2017). Theresa May just quietly made a sinister deal about EU citizens which puts us on the fast track to a bad Brexit. The Independent
  • Greene, Alan (2017). Linking lone wolf killers to Islamic State magnifies the threat – and could inspire future attacks. The Conversation

Articles: review   

  • Pattinson, Shaun D. & Kind, Vanessa (2017). Using a Moot to Develop Students’ Understanding of Human Cloning and Statutory Interpretation. Medical Law International 17(3): 111-133.
  • Campbell, Liz (2017). Criminal Records and Human Rights. Criminal Law Review 2017(9): 696-702.
  • O’Donoghue, Aoife & Murray, Colin (2017). A Path Already Travelled in Domestic Orders? From Fragmentation to Constitutionalisation in the Global Legal Order. International Journal of Law in Context 13(3): 225-252.
  • Schammo, P. (2017). Market building and the Capital Markets Union: addressing information barriers in the SME funding market. European Company and Financial Law Review 14(2): 271-313.
  • McGlynn, Clare & Rackley, Erika (2017). Image-Based Sexual Abuse. Oxford Journal of legal Studies 37(3): 534–561.

Books: reviews 

  • 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.
  • Hoggard, N. (2016). The Law of Misstatements: 50 Years on from Hedley Byrne v Heller. Journal of Professional Negligence 32(2): 178-181.
  • Vera-Gray, Fiona (2016). Amalia Ziv, Explicit utopias: rewriting the sexual in women’s pornography. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2015 (ISBN 978-1-4384-5709-3). Hypatia Reviews Online
  • Hernández, G.I. (2015). Book Review: The Project of Positivism in International Law. Netherlands International Law Review 62(1): 183-189.
  • Houghton, R. (2015). Book Review: Justice Among Nations. Legal Studies 35(1): 189-193.
  • Houghton, R. (2015). Book Review: Failing to Protect: The UN and the Politicisation of Human Rights. Leiden Journal of International Law 28(01): 171-175.
  • Ó Néill, Clayton (2015). Review: Kimberley Brownlee, Conscience and Conviction: The Case for Civil Disobedience. Medical Law Review 23(2): 315-319.
  • 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.
  • Jowitt, Joshua (2015). Book Review: Kant's Politics in Context by Reidar Maliks. LSE Review of Books
  • Attenborough, D. (2015). Review: Andrew Keay, Directors' Duties. Jordons, 2nd ed, 2014. 608pp. hb £130. Journal of Business Law 5: 433-436.
  • Houghton, R (2014). Book Review: Negotiating in Civil Conflict: Constitutional Construction and Imperfect Bargaining in Iraq by Haider Ala Hamoudi.
  • Downes, Julia (2014). Jodie Taylor, Playing it Queer: Popular Music, Identity and Queer World-making. IASPM 4(1).
  • Delgado Casteleiro, Andrés (2014). Enzo Cannizzaro, Paolo Palchetti, Ramses Wessel (Eds.), International Law as Law of the European Union. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011. 418 pages. ISBN: 9789004188570. EUR 143. Common Market Law Review 51(1): 318 -320.
  • Jowitt, Joshua (2014). Book Review: Confucius, Rawls, and the Sense of Justice by Erin M. Cline. Kaleidoscope 6.1: 119-121.
  • Jowitt, Joshua (2014). Book Review: On the Universal: the uniform, the common and dialogue between cultures by François Jullien. LSE Review of Books
  • Fenwick, Helen (2014). Hate crimes in cyber-space. Times Higher Education Supplement
  • Ó Néill, Clayton (2014). Review: Brigitte Feuillet-Liger, Kristina Orfali and Therese Callus (eds.), The Female Body: A Journey Through Law, Culture and Medicine. Medical Law International 14: 172-178.
  • Granat, Katarzyna (2014). Review of the book 'The Tangled Complexity of the EU Constitutional Process: The Frustrating Knot of Europe' By Giuseppe Martinico. London Routledge, 2012. XIV + 195 pp. Hb. £80.00. European Law Journal 20(2): 284-286.
  • (2014). Philipp Dann. The Law of Development Cooperation: A Comparative Analysis of the World Bank, the EU and Germany. European Journal of International Law (25 (2): 610-616.
  • Attenborough, D. (2013). Review: Andrew Keay, The Enlightened Shareholder Value Principle and Corporate Governance, Oxford: Routledge, 2012, 304 pp, hb £85.00. Modern Law Review 76(5): 940-943.

Conference papers

  • Jowitt, Joshua (2014), Human Rights: Establishing the Ground-Rawls, Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory. University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, University of Melbourne.
  • Pedersen, Truls, Dyrkolbotn, Sjur, Kaźmierczak, Piotr & Parmann, Erik (2013), Concurrent Game Structures with Roles, in Mogavero, F., Murano, A. & Vardi, M.Y. eds, Electronic proceedings in theoretical computer science 112: 1st International Workshop on Strategic Reasoning 2013 (SR 2013). Rome, Italy, 61-69.
  • Coen, Mark (2013), Sparing the Rod? Corporal Punishment in the Criminal Justice System of Independent Ireland, Society of Legal Scholars Conference. Edinburgh (3 September).
  • Coen, Mark (2013), Whatever happened to the jury rider?, Irish Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference. Belfast (26 November)
  • Masterman, R. (2012), 'What judges talk about when they talk about separation of powers', Beyond Montesquieu: Rethinking the architecture of contemporary governance. Dublin, Ireland, Dublin.
  • Coen, Mark (2012), 'No Real Roots in this Country': Historical Reflections on the Inclusion of Jury Trial in the Constitution, Irish Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference. Dublin (18 November).
  • Coen, Mark (2012), Presuming the Jury to be Competent: Misplaced Deference in the Criminal Justice System, Society of Legal Scholars Conference. Bristol (13 September).
  • Coen, Mark (2012), Prejudicial Publicity in Criminal Trials: A Comparative Analysis, Irish Association of Comparative Law Conference. Cork (3 March).
  • Coen, Mark (2011), Fit for Purpose? Analysing the Rules on Jury Deliberations, Irish Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference. Athlone (20 November).
  • Coen, Mark (2011), Shall the Sphinx Speak? The Jury's Unreasoned Verdict After Taxquet, North/South Criminology Conference. Sligo (22 June).
  • Coen, Mark (2011), Breaking the Deadlock: Juries and Verdicts, Irish Society of Comparative Law Conference. Dublin (30 April).
  • Masterman, R (2010), The Form and Substance of the United Kingdom's Separation of Powers, The UK and US in 2010: Transition and Transformation. George Washington University, Washington DC, George Washington University, Washington DC.
  • Masterman, R. (2010), Escaping the Mirror Principle: Towards a municipal law of human rights?, Symposium to Mark the Tenth Anniversary of the Human Rights Act. St John's College, Durham University, St John's College, Durham University.
  • Masterman, R. (2010), Dynamics of a contemporary separation of powers, WG Hart Legal Workshop 2010. Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London.
  • Coen, Mark (2010), Reforming the Jury in the Republic of Ireland, Society of Legal Scholars Conference. Southampton (16 September).
  • Coen, Mark (2010), Suspecting That All is Not as It Should Be: The Court of Criminal Appeal and Allegations of Apprehended Bias, Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights Annual Postgraduate Conference. Cork (29 April).
  • Coen, Mark (2009), Who Dares to Question the Jury?: Empirical Jury Research and the Law in Ireland, Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights Annual Postgraduate Conference. Cork (30 April).
  • Coen, Mark (2009), Politics, Proportionality and Child Protection in Ireland, Trinity College Law Student Colloquium. Dublin
  • Coen, Mark (2009), Stand Your Ground: The Cross-Jurisdictional Controversy of Self-Defence and the Burglar, Irish Society of Comparative Law Conference. Limerick (28 February).
  • Coen, Mark (2008), The Past as a Judicial Country: Reported Judgments and Social History, Socio-Legal Studies and the Humanities Conference. London (5 November).

Edited works: conference proceedings

  • Pillay, Anashri (2008). Making social and economic rights work: justiciability, reasonableness and proportionality in South African and United Kingdom courts. World Congress on Constitutional Law, Athens, Greece, Bruylant (Brussels) and Ant. Sakkoulas (Athens).
  • Graham, L. (2007). Post-positions on the politics of pornography: internet discussion of the seminar. Positions on the politics of porn: a debate on government plans to criminalise the possession of extreme pornography, Durham, Durham University.

Other media: research

  • Cave, Emma & Gaw, Allan (2017). NIHR Podcast: Clinical Research and Brexit.
  • Cave, Emma (2017). Brexit and the regulation of clinical trials. BMJ Opinion.
  • Perrone, Nicolás (2016). International investment law, Development and Sovereignty: No Harm? Alternautas(3): 1.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). Cameron’s immigration strategy is to govern through gimmicks. LabourList
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). PMQs: David Cameron must apologise for his 'bunch of migrants' comment - it's not US vs THEM. International Business Times

Other media: research equivalent

  • Cave, Emma & Gaw, Allan (2017). NIHR Podcast: Clinical Research and Brexit.
  • Cave, Emma (2017). Brexit and the regulation of clinical trials. BMJ Opinion.
  • Perrone, Nicolás (2016). International investment law, Development and Sovereignty: No Harm? Alternautas(3): 1.
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). Cameron’s immigration strategy is to govern through gimmicks. LabourList
  • Brooks, Thom (2016). PMQs: David Cameron must apologise for his 'bunch of migrants' comment - it's not US vs THEM. International Business Times

Other publications: research

  • Schammo, P. (2017). Brexit and the Capital Markets Union: thoughts on the European Commission's mid-term review. [editorial comments]. The Company Lawyer 38(4): 105-106.
  • Schammo, P. (2017). The EU Capital Markets Union and Brexit: time to move on. [editorial comments]. The Company Lawyer 38(10): 301-302.
  • Vera-Gray, F. (2016). Situating Agency. Trouble and Strife
  • Schammo, P. (2016). Protecting the City of London? UK challenges before the Court of Justice of the EU. [editorial comments]. The Company Lawyer 37(1): 1-2.
  • Schammo, P. (2016). The UK’s five “noes” on EU economic governance. [editorial comments]. The Company Lawyer 37(7): 201-202.
  • Schammo, P. (2015). Protecting the City of London? UK challenges before the Court of Justice of the European Union. [editorial comments]. The Company Lawyer 36(3): 65-66.
  • Turner, C. & McWilliams, M. (2015). Women’s Effective Participation and the Negotiation of Justice: The Importance of Skills Based Training. Transitional Justice Institute Research Paper 15-03
  • Se-shauna Wheatle (2015). Engagement and 'New Imperialism'. Inherently Human
  • Wheatle, Se-shauna (2015). Opinion 2/13 and its UK Human Rights Effects.
  • Wheatle, Se-shauna & Masterman, Roger (2015). The ‘Constitutional Aspect’ in Evans v Attorney General.
  • Harsanyi-Belteki, Eszter (2015). A call for separation or divorce: A comment on the Resolution on the situation in Hungary adopted by the European Parliament on 10 June 2015. DELI Blog
  • Schammo, P. (2014). Protecting the City of London? UK challenges before the Court of Justice of the European Union. [editorial comments]. The Company Lawyer 35(7): 193-194.
  • Schammo, P. (2014). Protecting the City of London? UK challenge to EU agency law. [editorial comments]. The Company Lawyer 35(2): 33-34.
  • Sparks, Tom (2014). The International Legal Significance of the Scottish Independence Referendum - A Long View. Opinio Juris Blog
  • Brooks, Thom (2013). The 'life in the United Kingdom' citizenship test is it unfit for purpose?
  • (2013). The 'Right' to Protest on Northern Ireland's Streets. Human Rights in Ireland
  • Grozdanova, Rumyana, Panepinto, Alice & Tzouvala, Konstantina (2013). In Defence of a More Sophisticated and Nuanced Approach to Abortion: A Response to Gregor Puppinck. European Journal of International Law
  • Grozdanova, Rumyana (2013). Extraordinary Rendition and Human Rights: The Case of Khaled El-Masri. Centre for International Governance and Justice (RegNet, ANU)
  • Grozdanova, Rumyana (2013). US Surveillance Leaks and the Counterterrorism Narrative. Human Rights in Ireland
  • Grozdanova, Rumyana & Tzouvala, Konstantina (2013). Stateless Terrorists: Domestic and International Legal Implications. Human Rights in Ireland

Reports: official

  • O'Brien, C., Spaventa, E. & De Corninck, J. (2016). Comparative Report 2015 - The concept of worker under Article 45 TFEU and certain non-standard forms of employment. European Commission.
  • Spaventa, E. (2016). The interpretation of Article 51 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: the dilemma of stricter or broader application of the Charter to national measures. European Parliament.
  • Cotula, L. & Jokubauskaite, G. (2016). Land investments, accountability and the law: Lessons from West Africa. IIED.
  • Ashby, Lana (2016). Bridging the Gap? A Status Report on Company Law in the CARICOM Region: 142 Recommendations with a view to Reform [414 pages].
  • Fudge, Judy & McCann, Deirdre (2015). Unacceptable Forms of Work A global and comparative study. Geneva, International Labour Organization.