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2019

Jones, Emma and Cownie, Fiona eds. (2019). Key Directions in Legal Education: National and International Perspectives. Legal pedagogy. London and New York: Routledge (In Press).

Jurasz, Olga and Mouthaan, Solange eds. (2019). Gender and War: International and Transitional Justice Perspectives. Intersentia.

Collins, Hilary; Jones Myers, Fran and Glover, Hayley (2019). Winter is coming? Academic identity transitions for a digitized and precarious landscape. In: European Group for Organisational Studies: Sub Theme 15: 'Faking it: Identity Work in an age of exclusion. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Fletcher, Roland (2019). The evolution of the apprenticeship model in the UK through work-integrated higher education and employer-led standards. In: ALT 2019 Legal Education for Many, 8-9 Apr 2019, De Montford University, Leicester. file

Fletcher, Roland (2019). Experiential learning and experience of learning through vocational education: the trailblazer apprenticeship. In: 110th Annual Conference of The Society of Legal Scholars, 3-6 Sep 2019, University of Central Lancashire, Preston. file

Giles, Jessica (2019). A Theological Justification for Freedom of Religion and Belief as a Universal Right. In: Bunikowski, Dawid and Puppo, Alberto eds. Why Religion? Towards a Critical Philosophy of Law, Peace and God. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing (In Press).

Graffin, Neil (2019). The emotional impacts of working as an asylum lawyer. Refugee Survey Quarterly, 38(1) pp. 30–54. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Graffin, Neil (2019). Protecting asylum practitioners from emotional strain and secondary trauma: education, support and reform. European Journal of Current Legal Issues

Graffin, Neil and Garcia Blesa, Juan J. (2019). Racial profiling in immigration control: the problem with the Northern Irish border. International Human Rights Law Review (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jones, Emma (2019). Emotion in the Law School: Transforming legal education through the passions. Legal Pedagogy. Routledge. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jones, Emma (2019). You dont pay 100,000 to a lawyer unless you care about something. The role of emotion in contract law. In: Bandes, Susan; Temple, Kathryn; Kidd White, Emily and Madeira, Jody eds. Research Handbook of Law and Emotion. Edward Elgar. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jones, Emma (2019). Connectivity, socialization and identity formation. Exploring mental well-being in online distance learning law students. In: Field, Rachael and Strevens, Caroline eds. Educating for Well-Being in Law. Positive Professional Identities and Practice. Emerging Legal Education. London: Routledge, pp. 103–116.

Jones, Emma (2019). Introduction - Entanglements and entrapments in the law school: Legal education, change and relationality. In: Jones, Emma and Cownie, Fiona eds. Key Directions in Legal Education: National and International Perspectives. Legal pedagogy. London and New York: Routledge, (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jones, Emma and Kawalek, Anna (2019). Dissolving the stiff upper lip: Opportunities and challenges for the mainstreaming of therapeutic jurisprudence in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 63 pp. 76–84. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jones, Emma; Samra, Rajvinder and Lucassen, Mathijs (2019). The world at their fingertips? The mental wellbeing of online distance-based law students. The Law Teacher, 53(1) pp. 49–69. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jurasz, Olga (2019). Reparations for Gendered Harm at the International Criminal Court: Towards Transformative and Gender-Just Reparations ? In: Jurasz, Olga and Mouthaan, Solange eds. Gender and War: International and Transitional Justice Perspectives. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 235–258.

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2019). Written Submission of Evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights inquiry on Democracy, free speech and freedom of association. UK Parliament. file

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2019). Submission of Evidence to Online Safety Charter Consultation Paper. Australian Government. file

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2019). Online Misogyny: A Challenge for Digital Feminism? Journal of International Affairs (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2019). Expert Response to One Scotland Consultation on Amending Scottish Hate Crime Legislation. Scottish Parliament. file

Jurasz, Olga; Labenski, Sheri; Mouthaan, Solange and Sedman, Dawn (2019). AFRC Trial Judgement (Prosecutor v. Brima, Kamara, Kanu), Special Court for Sierra Leone. In: Hodson, Loveday and Lavers, Troy eds. Feminist Judgments in International Law. Hart Publishing.

Lavis, Simon (2019). Nazi Law as Pure Instrument: Natural Law, (Extra-)Legal Terror, and the Neglect of Ideology. In: Klimaszewska, Anna and Ga??dek, Micha? eds. Modernisation, National Identity, and Legal Instrumentalism: Studies in Comparative Legal History (Vol. II: Public Law), Volume 36. Brill, 192-216 (In Press).

Lavis, Simon (2019). Nazi Law as Non-law in Academic Discourse. In: Skinner, Stephen ed. Ideology and Criminal Law: Fascist, National Socialist and Authoritarian Regimes. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 59–76.

Mcfaul, Hugh and FitzGerald, Elizabeth (2019). A realist evaluation of student use of a virtual reality smartphone application in undergraduate legal education. British Journal of Educational Technology (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Myers, Fran; Collins, Hilary; Glover, Hayley and Watson, Mor (2019). The Automation Game: technological retention activities and perceptions on changes to tutors’ roles and identity. Teaching in Higher Education, 24(4) pp. 545–562.

Pywell, Stephanie (2019). Something old, something new: busting some myths about Statutory Instruments and Brexit. Public Law pp. 102–120. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2019). The litigant in persons tale: despair and dysfunction in the civil justice system of England and Wales. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 13(1) (In Press).

Pywell, Stephanie M. (2019). No Judge Required: M (By her litigation Friend, Mrs B) v A Hospital; M (Withdrawal of Treatment: Need for Proceedings) (2017) EWCOP 19. Medical Law Review, 27(1) pp. 135–143. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Ryan, Francine (2019). A virtual law clinic: a realist evaluation of what works for whom, why, how and in what circumstances? The Law Teacher Early access. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Samra, Rajvinder and Jones, Emma (2019). Fostering empathy in clinical teaching and learning environments: A unified approach. Australian Journal of Clinical Education (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Szablewska, Natalia and Jurasz, Olga (2019). Sexual and gender-based violence: the case for transformative justice in Cambodia. Global Change, Peace & Security, 31(3) pp. 263–282. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Welsh, Lucy and Howard, Matt (2019). Standardization and the Production of Justice in Summary Criminal Courts: A Post-Human Analysis. Social & Legal Studies, 28(6) pp. 774–793. file

2018

Butler, P.; Lein, E and Salim, R. eds. (2018). Integration and International Dispute Resolution in Small States. Springer.

Giles, Jessica; Pin, Andrea and Ravitch, Frank S. eds. (2018). Law, Religion and Tradition. Law and Religion in a Global Context, 1. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

Ajevski, Marjan (2018). Quality of Reasoning in International Criminal Tribunals. In: Bencze, Mtys and Ng, Gar Yein eds. How to Measure the Quality of Judicial Reasoning. Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice (IUSGENT) (69). Springer, pp. 207–224. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Barker, Kim and Jurasz, Olga (2018). Written Submission of Evidence to the Women and Equalities Committee inquiry into sexual harassment of women and girls in public spaces. Stirling Law School & Open University Law School. file

Barker, Kim and Jurasz, Olga (2018). Online Misogyny as Hate Crime: A Challenge for Legal Regulation? Routledge.

Derry, Caroline (2018). Lesbianism and Feminist Legislation in 1921: the Age of Consent and 'Gross Indecency between Women'. History Workshop Journal, 86 pp. 245–267. filerestricted access item, not available for direct download

Derry, Caroline (2018). Criminal Law. In: Auchmuty, Rosemary ed. Great Debates in Gender and Law. Palgrave Great Debates in Law. Palgrave, pp. 37–48.

Derry, Caroline (2018). Ashford, Ethel Bright (18831980). Oxford University Press.

Derry, Caroline (2018). Clapham, Olive Catherine [married name Miles] (18981973). Oxford University Press.

Derry, Caroline (2018). Cobb, Monica Mary Geikie (18911946). Oxford University Press.

Derry, Caroline (2018). DPP v Jonathan Cape and Leopold Hill (1928). In: Rackley, Erika and Auchmuty, Rosemary eds. Women's Legal Landmarks: Celebrating 100 Years of Women and Law in the UK and Ireland. Hart Publishing.

Fletcher, Roland (2018). The hidden dimensions within the trailblazer solicitor apprenticeship. In: International Legal Ethics Conference 8 - Legal Ethics in the Asian Century, 6-8 Dec 2018, Melbourne, Australia. file

Garcia Blesa, Juan J. and Graffin, Neil (2018). Suspending the Rule of Law for Racial Minorities in Border Management: Racial Profiling in the Western Mediterranean and the Post-Brexit Irish Border. In: August Prinz von Sachsen Gessaphe, Karl; Garcia Blesa, Juan J. and Szuka, Nils eds. Legal Implications of Brexit. Hagener Rechtswissenschaftliche Schriften (2). Mnster: MV-Wissenschaft, pp. 195–214.

Giles, Jessica (2018). Religious Freedom in Global Context. Implicit Religion, 21(3) pp. 239–270. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Giles, Jessica (2018). Neutrality in the Business SphereAn Encroachment on Rights Protection and State Sovereignty? Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 7(2) pp. 339–346.

Giles, Jessica (2018). Tradition as a Peacebuilding Tool. In: Giles, Jessica; Pin, Andrea and Ravitch, Frank S. eds. Law, Religion and Tradition. Law and Religion in a Global Context. Switzerland: Springer, pp. 153–191. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Glover, Hayley; Jones Myers, Fran and Collins, Hilary (2018). Academic Identities And The Digital Self? A Cross Cultural Study Of Digitisation In Higher Education Teaching. In: 12th International Conference on e-Learning, 17-19 Jul 2018, Madrid, Spain. file

Glover, Hayley; Jones Myers, Fran; Power, Bronagh; Stephens, Carey and Hardwick, Jane (2018). Listening and Learning? Privileging the Student Voice in E-Learning Discourses Of Withdrawal: a Qualitative Analysis. In: e-LEARNING 2018, 17-19 Jul 2018, Madrid, Spain. file

Herian, Robert (2018). Regulating Disruption: Blockchain, GDPR, and Questions of Data Sovereignty. Journal of Internet Law, 22(2) 1 and 8-16. file

Herian, Robert (2018). The Politics of Blockchain. Law and Critique, 29(2) pp. 129–131.

Herian, Robert (2018). Taking Blockchain Seriously. Law and Critique, 29(2) pp. 163–171. file

Herian, Robert (2018). Regulating Blockchain: Critical Perspectives in Law and Technology. Routledge.

Herian, Robert (2018). Legal Recognition of Blockchain Registries and Smart Contracts. EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum. file

Herian, Robert (2018). Blockchain and the Distributed Reproduction of Capitalist Class Power. In: Gloerich, Inte; Lovink, Geert and De Vries, Patricia eds. MoneyLab Reader 2: Overcoming the Hype. Institute of Network Cultures, pp. 43–51.

Howells, Carol (2018). Cyfraith Hywel (The Laws of Hywel Dda), c. 940. In: Rackley, Erika and Auchmuty, Rosemary eds. Women's Legal Landmarks: Celebrating the history of women and law in the UK and Ireland. Hart Publishing.

Isaac, Maike and Jurasz, Olga (2018). Towards an Intersectional Understanding of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: Gender, Sexuality, and Ethnicity at the ICTY. International Criminal Law Review, 18(5) pp. 853–882. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jones, Emma (2018). Making practice more affective: Emotional intelligence as a legal meta-competency. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 24(1), article no. 2.

Jones, Emma (2018). Transforming legal education through emotions. Legal Studies, 38(3) pp. 450–479. file

Jones, Emma; Ryan, Francine and Mcfaul, Hugh (2018). Connectivity, confidentiality and confidence: Key issues in the provision of online pro bono activities. International Journal of Clinical Legal Education, 25(2) pp. 48–88. file

Jones, Emma Jane (2018). Affective or defective? Exploring the LETRs characterisation of affect and its translation into practice. The Law Teacher, 52(4) pp. 478–489. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jones Myers, F.; Glover, H. and Collins, H. (2018). Frozen Moments in the Digitisation of Higher Education Teaching - Self Photography as a Critical Ethnographic Approach to Evaluate Academic Identities in a Cross Cultural Setting. In: ICERI2018 Proceedings pp. 5546–5551. file

Jurasz, Olga (2018). Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (Wales) Act 2015. In: Rackley, Erika and Auchmuty, Rosemary eds. Women's Legal Landmarks: Celebrating the history of women and law in the UK and Ireland. Hart. file

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2018). Online Violence Against Women: The Limits & Possibilities of Law. Stirling Law School & Open University Law School. file

Lavis, Simon (2018). The Distorted Jurisprudential Discourse of Nazi Law: Uncovering the Rupture Thesis in the Anglo-American Legal Academy. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Smiotique juridique, 31(4) pp. 745–770. file

Lavis, Simon (2018). No one wants the taint of an association with the crimes of Nazism: (Sometimes) in search of the meaning of Nazi Law. Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Lee, Simon (2018). Judicial Power: What is Left Unsaid? Judicial Power Project.

Mcfaul, Hugh (2018). Pushing the Boundaries: Legal Approaches to the Definition of Religion. Implicit Religion, 21(3) pp. 223–238. restricted access item, not available for direct download

McFaul, Hugh (2018). Freedom of Religion and the Invention of Tradition. In: Giles, Jessica; Pin, Andrea and Ravitch, Frank S. eds. Law, Religion and Tradition. Law and Religion in a Global Context, 1. Springer, pp. 119–133. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Mcfaul, Hugh (2018). Brexit and the Environment. In: Prinz von Sachsen Gessaphe, Karl August; Garcia Blesa, Juan J. and Szuka, Nils eds. Legal Implications of Brexit. Hagener Rechtswissenschaftliche Schriften, 2. Mnster: MV-WISSENSCHAFT, pp. 351–364.

Palmer, Robert; Short, Damien and Auch, Walter E. Ted (2018). The Human Right to Water and Unconventional Energy. International journal of environmental research and public health, 15(9), article no. 1858. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2018). Bridging the gap: online materials to equip graduate entrants to a law degree with essential subject knowledge and skills. The Law Teacher, 52(2) pp. 154–170. file

Pywell, Stephanie and Probert, Rebecca (2018). Neither sacred nor profane: the permitted content of civil marriage ceremonies. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 30(4) pp. 415–436. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Wesemann, Anne (2018). European Union Citizens in Post EU UK. In: Prinz von Sachsen Gesaphe, Karl August; Garcia Plesa, Juan J. and Szuka, Nils eds. Legal Implications of Brexit. Hagener Rechtswissenschaftliche Schriften, 2. Mnster: MV-WISSENSCHAFT, pp. 121–145.

Westaby, Chalen and Jones, Emma (2018). Empathy: an essential element of legal practice or never the twain shall meet? International Journal of the Legal Profession, 25(1) pp. 107–124. file

2017

Catley, Paul (2017). Abolishing Insanity: Proposals from England and Wales. In: White, Mark. D. ed. The Insanity Defense: Multidisciplinary Views on Its History, Trends, and Controversies. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, pp. 273–305.

Claydon, Lisa (2017). Brain-based mind reading for lawyers: reflecting on possibilities and perils. Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 4(3) pp. 594–598. file

Claydon, Lisa (2017). Criminal Law and the Evolving Technological Understanding of Behaviour. In: Brownsword, Roger; Scottford, Eloise and Yeung, Karen eds. The Oxford Handbook of the Law and Regulation of Technology. Oxford Handbooks Online. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Collins, Hilary; Glover, Hayley and Jones Myers, Fran (2017). The Automation Game: perceptions on the impact of the changes on business school tutors roles and identity during the introduction of technological student retention activities: an unbundled HE. In: 2017 British Academy of Management Conference Proceedings, British Academy of Management. file

Derry, Caroline (2017). Female Husbands, Community and Courts in the Eighteenth Century. Journal of Legal History, 38(1) pp. 54–79. file

Fletcher, Roland (2017). The Apprenticeship Model - Experiential learning or experience of learning. In: Association of Law Teachers Conference - Foundations and Futures, 10-11 Apr 2017, University of Portsmouth. file

Giles, Jessica (2017). A hoped for coherent and permissive EU religious freedom policy: the Bougnaoui and Achbita cases. PILARs Case Comments, The Open University Law School. file

Glover, H.; Collins, H. and Myers, F. (2017). Rhetoric of the digitized faculty a cross cultural ethnographic study of higher education lecturers at the cross-roads of pedagogic change. In: EDULEARN17 Proceedings, IATED, pp. 7735–7743. file

Graffin, Neil (2017). Gfgen v Germany, the Use of Threats and the Punishment of Those Who Ill-treat During Police Questioning: A Reply to Steven Greer. Human Rights Law Review, 17(4) pp. 681–699. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Herian, Robert (2017). The Castrated Trustee: Jouissance and Breach of Trust. Plemos, 11(1) pp. 97–115. file

Herian, Robert (2017). Blockchain and the (re)imagining of trusts jurisprudence. Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance, 26(5) pp. 453–460.

Ismail, Nashwa (2017). Egyptian Higher Education Tutors' Perceptions of Student-Centred Learning in the Online Environment. PhD thesis University of Southampton. file

Jones, Emma (2017). One size fits all? Multiple intelligences and legal education. Law Teacher, 51(1) pp. 56–68. file

Jones, Emma (2017). Mapping the emotional journey of teaching. Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL), 9(3) pp. 275–294. file

Jones, Emma; Mcfaul, Hugh and Ryan, Francine (2017). Clinical legal education in the United Kingdom: Origins, growth and the technological innovations and challenges of its future. German Journal of Legal Education, 4 pp. 107–136. file

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2017). Submission of Evidence on Online Violence Against Women to the UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, its Causes and Consequences, Dr Dubravka imonovi? United Nations. file

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2017). Submission of Evidence to Scottish Government Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation (Bracadale Review). Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland. file

Mcfaul, Hugh (2017). Legal personality, minority religions and religious accommodation in Eastern Europe. Culture and Society. Journal of Social Research, 8(2) pp. 13–30. file

Mcfaul, Hugh (2017). Henderson v General Municipal and Boilermakers Union[2016] EWCA Civ 1049: Court of Appeal (Civil Division): Underhill, Briggs LJJ: 11 October 2016 [Case Note]. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 6(1) pp. 218–219.

Mcfaul, Hugh (2017). Beneficent Spiritist Center Unio do Vegetal v Secretary of State for the Home Department: [2017] EWHC 1963 (Admin): High Court of Justice (England and Wales), Queens Bench Division (Administrative Court): Sir Ross Cranston: 28 June 2017 [Case Note]. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 7(1) pp. 169–170.

Szocik, Konrad and Herian, Robert (2017). Evolutionary Roots of Property Rights; The Natural and Cultural Nature of Human Cooperation. The Heythrop Journal (Early Access). file

2016

Ajevski, Marjan (2016). Post-national (international) law at the end of history. International Politics Reviews, 4(2) pp. 45–54. file

Catley, Paul (2016). The Future of Neurolaw. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22(2) file

Catley, Paul and Pywell, Stephanie (2016). The ethical imperative of ascertaining and respecting the wishes of the minimally conscious patient facing a life-or-death decision. In: Sturma, D.; Honnefelder, L. and Fuchs, M. eds. Jahrbuch fr Wissenschaft und Ethik. Band 19, 19. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 77–90. file

Claydon, Lisa (2016). Cognitive Neuroscience, Criminal Justice and Control. In: McGuire, M. R. and Holt, Thomas J. eds. The Routledge Handbook of Technology, Crime and Justice. Routledge International Handbooks. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 462–478. file

Claydon, Lisa and Catley, Paul (2016). Abolishing the Insanity Verdict in England and Wales: A Better Balance between Legal Rules and Scientific Understanding? In: Moratti, Sofia and Patterson, Dennis eds. Legal Insanity and the Brain: Science, Law and European Courts. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 207–237. file

Claydon, Lisa and Roediger, Caroline (2016). Fear, loss of control and cognitive neuroscience. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22(2)

Collins, Hilary; Glover, Hayley; Myers, Fran and Watson, Mor (2016). Automation in distance learning: an empirical study of unlearning and academic identity change linked to automation of student messaging within distance learning. In: 10th International IADIS E-learning conference, 1-4 Jul 2016, Funchal, Madeira. file

Fletcher, Roland (2016). Legal education and proposed regulation of the legal profession in England and Wales: a transformation or a tragedy? Law Teacher, 50(3) pp. 371–385.

Fletcher, Roland (2016). The Trailblazer Apprenticeship Is this the magic bullet that will cure the skills deficit? In: International Legal Ethics Conference VII, Fordham University, New York, 14-16 Jul 2016, New York. file

Giles, Jessica (2016). The Superfoods of Online Learning: Threshold Concepts and Threshold Skills. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 11(1) pp. 26–43. file

Giles, Jessica (2016). Lee v McArthur: a proportionate restriction on religious freedom rights? PILARs Case Comments, The Open University Law School. file

Giles, Jessica and Lee, Simon (2016). Parrillo v Italy : Is There Life in the European Court of Human Rights? Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 5(1) pp. 162–167. file

Graffin, Neil (2016). The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commissions Application: In the Matter of an Application for Judicial Review by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission In the Matter of the Law on the Termination of Pregnancy in Northern Ireland [2015] NIQB 96: High Court of Justice Northern Ireland (Queens Bench Division): Horner J: 30 November 2015. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 5(1) pp. 168–182.

Howard, Matthew (2016). Lest we forget (matter) posthumanism, memory, and exclusion. Democratic Theory, 3(1) pp. 71–90. file

Lee, Simon (2016). Dicey Sentiments. UK Constitutional Law Association.

Lloyd Bright, Keren (2016). Controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship: A new domestic abuse offence in England and Wales. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 11(1) pp. 99–106. file

Mcfaul, Hugh (2016). Lee v Ashers Baking Co Ltd & Ors[2015] NICty 2: Northern Ireland County Court: Brownlie DJ: 19 May 2015 [Case Note]. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 5(3) pp. 633–634.

Mcfaul, Hugh (2016). Karaahmed v Bulgaria : Application no 30587/13: European Court of Human Rights (Fourth Section); Raimondi (President), Hirvel, Nicolaou, Tsotsoria, Kalaydjieva, Wojtyczek, Vehabovi?, JJ: 24 February 2015 [Case Note]. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 5(2) p. 366.

Pywell, Stephanie (2016). The reasonable robot. New Law Journal, 166(7700) pp. 19–20. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2016). Live or Let Die? The Court of Protection's Ground-Breaking Decision in M. v. N. (by her litigation friend, the Official Solicitor) and others [2015] EWCOP 76 (Fam.). Journal of Medical Law and Ethics, 4(2) pp. 143–152. file

2015

Ajevski, Marjan ed. (2015). Fragmentation in International Human Rights Law: Beyond Conflict of Laws. Routledge.

Ajevski, Marjan (2015). Freedom of Speech as Related to Journalists in the ECtHR, IACtHR and the Human Rights Committee A Study of Fragmentation. In: Ajevski, Marjan ed. Fragmentation in International Human Rights Law: Beyond Conflict of Laws. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 32–53.

Ajevski, Marjan (2015). Fragmentation in International Human Rights Law - Beyond Conflict of Laws. In: Ajevski, Marjan ed. Fragmentation in International Human Rights Law: Beyond Conflict of Laws. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1–12. file

Catley, Paul and Claydon, Lisa (2015). The use of neuroscientific evidence in the courtroom by those accused of criminal offenses in England and Wales. Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 2(3) pp. 510–549. file

Claydon, Lisa (2015). Reforming automatism and insanity: neuroscience and claims of lack of capacity for control. Medicine, Science and the Law, 55(3) pp. 162–167. file

Claydon, Lisa (2015). Should there be a right to die with dignity in certain medical cases in the United Kingdom? Some reflections on the decision of the United Kingdom Supreme Court regarding the protection afforded by Article 8 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights. Jahbruch fr Wissenchaft und Ethik, 19(1) pp. 91–104.

Herian, Rob (2015). Henry Miller: obscene other of the law. In: Decker, James and Mnniste, Indrek eds. Henry Miller: New Perspectives. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 95–108.

Jurasz, Olga (2015). About justice that is yet to come: a few remarks about the international pursuit of post-conflict gender justice. Journal of Gender Studies, 24(1) pp. 56–69.

Jurasz, Olga (2015). The Istanbul Convention: a new chapter in preventing and combating violence against women. Australian Law Journal, 89(9) pp. 619–627. file

Lee, Simon (2015). Lord Denning, Magna Carta and Magnamity. Denning Law Journal, 27 pp. 106–129. file

Lee, Simon (2015). The cardinal rule of religion and the rule of law: a musing on Magna Carta. In: Griffith-Jones, Robin and Hill, Mark eds. Magna Carta, Religion and the Rule of Law. Cambridge University Press, pp. 314–333.

Mcfaul, Hugh (2015). Habeas Corpus and the campaign for animal personhood. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 10(1) pp. 84–88. file

McFaul, Hugh (2015). Teaching legal ethics at the open university avoiding the pitfalls of formalism. Revista Bio Ciencias, 3(2) (Supl 2) 20-25. file

Mcfaul, Hugh (2015). General Municipal and Boilermakers Union v Henderson UKEAT/73/14: Employment Appeal Tribunal: Mrs Justice Simler: 13 March 2015 [Case Note]. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 4(3) pp. 539–540.

Mcfaul, Hugh (2015). R (Geller & Anor) v Secretary of State for the Home Department[2015] EWCA Civ 45: Court of Appeal (England and Wales) (Civil Division): Patten, Tomlinson, and Floyd LJJ: 5 February 2015 [Case Note]. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 4(3) pp. 540–541.

Mcfaul, Hugh (2015). Church of Scientology of St Petersburg & Others v Russia. Application no 47191/06: European Court of Human Rights (First Section); Berro-Lefvre, Laffranque, Pinto de Albuquerque, Sicilianos, Mse, Turkovi?, Dedov: 2 October 2014 [Case Note]. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 4(1) pp. 155–156.

Pywell, Stephanie (2015). Dimitrova v Bulgaria: Application no 15452/07: European Court of Human Rights (Fourth Section); Raimondi (President); Hirvel, Bianku, Tsotsoria, Mahoney, Wojtyczek, JJ; Panova, ad hoc judge: 10 February 2015. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 4(3) pp. 542–543. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2015). The Influence of Catholic Doctrine on Medical Law when Xs Life Poses a Threat to Ys Life. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 4(3) pp. 520–525. filefile

Pywell, Stephanie (2015). PP v Health Service Executive [2014] IEHC 622: The High Court of Ireland (Divisional Court):?Kearns P, Baker, Costello JJ: 26 December 2014. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 4(2) pp. 327–328. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2015). Potential legal implications of advances in neuroimaging techniques for the clinical management of patients with disorders of consciousness. In: Sturma, D.; Honnefelder, L. and Fuchs, M. eds. Jahrbuch fr Wissenschaft und Ethik. Band 19. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 115–146. file

2014

Ajevski, Marjan (2014). Unstable Identities: The European Court of Human Rights and the Margin of Appreciation. SSRN, Oslo. file

Ajevski, Marjan (2014). Fragmentation in International Human Rights Law Beyond Conflict of Laws. Nordic Journal of Human Rights, 32(2) pp. 87–98. file

Ajevski, Marjan (2014). Freedom of Speech as Related to Journalists in the ECtHR, IACtHR and the Human Rights Committee a Study of Fragmentation. Nordic Journal of Human Rights, 32(2) pp. 118–139. file

Catley, Paul (2014). Online formative MCQs to supplement traditional teaching: a very significant positive impact on student performance in the short and long run. Brookes E-Journal of Learning and Teaching, 6(1) file

Giles, Jessica (2014). The Exercise of Religious Freedom in a Commercial Context: Preddy v Bull and other cases. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 3(3) pp. 512–517. file

Graffin, Neil (2014). The legal consequences of ill-treating detainees held for police questioning in breach of Article 3 ECHR. Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 20(2)

Herian, Robert (2014). 'How long do you intend to stay?': Desire meets proscription in the subject in Henry Miller's Via Dieppe-Newhaven. Liverpool Law Review, 35(1) pp. 65–81.

Jurasz, Olga (2014). Gender-based crimes at the ICC- where is the future? In: 108th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, 7-12 Apr 2014, Washington DC, pp. 429–432. file

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2014). Gender, human rights and cybercrime: are virtual worlds really that different? In: Asimow, Michael; Brown, Kathryn and Papke, David Ray eds. Law and Popular Culture: International Perspectives. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 79–100.

2013

Ajevski, Marjan (2013). International Criminal Law and Constitutionalisation: On Hegemonic Narratives in Progress. Erasmus Law Review, 6(1) pp. 50–62. file

Ajevski, Marjan (2013). Preconditions for Stare Decisis What International Law Can Learn from Comparative Constitutional Law. In: Wolfrum, Rdiger and Gtzschmann, Ina eds. International Dispute Settlement: Room for Innovations? Beitrge zum auslndischen ffentlichen Recht und Vlkerrecht, 239. Springer, pp. 293–310.

Jurasz, Olga (2013). Women of the Revolution- the future of women's rights in post-Gaddafi Libya. In: Panara, Carlo and Wilson, Gary eds. The Arab Spring: New Patterns for Democracy and International Law. Nijhoff Law Specials (ISSN: 0924-4549) (82). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 123–144.

Mcilwhan, Rosemarie and Miller, Alison (2013). The Provision of Paralegal Education in Scotland. The Open University in Scotland, Edinburgh. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2013). Untangling the law. New Law Journal, 163(7553) pp. 321–322. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2013). Disentangling the law. CILEx Journal pp. 30–31. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2012

Ajevski, Marjan (2012). Interpretation and the Constraints on International Courts. PluriCourts. file

Claydon, Lisa (2012). Are there lessons to be learned from a more scientific approach to mental condition defences? International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 35(2) pp. 88–98.

Giles, Jessica (2012). The Brstle and Eli Lilly cases: CreationGod or humankind? Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 1(2) pp. 518–523. file

Graffin, Neil (2012). Donaldson v United Kingdom: No right for prisoners to wear Easter lilies. King's Law Journal, 23(1) pp. 101–108. file

Prinsloo, Paul; Slade, Sharon and Galpin, Fenella (2012). Learning analytics: challenges, paradoxes and opportunities for mega open distance learning institutions. In: 2nd International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge, 29 Apr - 02 May 2012, Vancouver, pp. 130–133. file

Slade, Sharon and Galpin, Fenella (2012). Learning analytics and higher education: ethical perspectives. In: 2nd International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge, 29 Apr - 02 May 2012, Vancouver, pp. 16–17. file

Slade, Sharon; Galpin, Fenella and Prinsloo, Paul (2012). Exploring stakeholder perspectives regarding a global curriculum: a case study. In: Ryan, Janette ed. Cross-Cultural Teaching and Learning for Home and International Students: Internationalisation of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Higher Education. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 141–155. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2011

Bright, Keren and Muraguri, Lois (2011). Access to medicines: intellectual property rights, human rights and justice. In: Voiculescu, Aurora and Yanacopulos, Helen eds. The Business of Human Rights. An Evolving Agenda for Corporate Responsibility. Human Rights; Business. London, UK and New York, USA: Zed Books in association with the Open University, pp. 101–121.

Claydon, Lisa (2011). Law, Neuroscience and Criminal Culpability. In: Michael, Freeman ed. Law and Neuroscience: Current Legal Issues. Current Legal Issues, 13. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Claydon, Lisa and Catley, Paul (2011). Neuroscientific evidence in the English courts. In: Spranger, Tade Matthias ed. International Neurolaw: A Comparative Analysis. Bonn: Springer, pp. 305–328.

Prinsloo, Paul; Slade, Sharon and Galpin, Fenella (2011). A phenomenographic analysis of student reflections in online learning diaries. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 26(1) pp. 27–38. file

Slade, Sharon; Galpin, Fenella and Prinsloo, Paul (2011). Social justice and a distance education business education curriculum: unlikely bedfellows? In: Internationalisation and Social Justice: the Role of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 25-28 Sep 2011, Cambridge. file

Slapper, Gary (2011). The Ballot Box and the Jail Cell. Journal of Criminal Law, 75(1) pp. 1–3.

2010

Bright, Keren (2010). Mind the medicine gap. OpenLearn, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

Slapper, Gary (2010). Corporate Punishment. Journal of Criminal Law, 74(3) pp. 181–184. file

Slapper, Gary (2010). Pay-as-you-go street justice. Journal of Criminal Law, 74(1) pp. 1–3. file

Slapper, Gary (2010). The right to life on the battlefield. The Journal of Criminal Law, 74(5) pp. 383–386. file

Slapper, Gary (2010). Violent corporate crime, corporate social responsibility andhuman rights. In: Voiculescu, Aurora and Yanacopulos, Helen eds. The Business of Human Rights: A Rights-Based Approach to Corporate Responsibility. London, UK: Zed Books, pp. 79–101.

Slapper, Gary and Kelly, David (2010). The English Legal System (11th edition): 2010-2011. Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish.

2009

Claydon, Lisa (2009). Mind the Gap: Problems of Mind, Body and Brain in the Criminal law. In: Freeman, Michael and Goodenough, Oliver eds. Law MInd and Brain. Farham: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 55–80.

Prinsloo, Paul; Slade, Sharon and Galpin, Fenella (2009). In the eye of the storm: preliminary evidence on the use of online learning diaries. In: ALT-C 2009 In Dreams Begins Responsibility: Choice, Evidence and Change, 8-10 Sep 2009, Manchester, UK. file

Slade, Sharon and Galpin, Fenella (2009). Effective recruitment and selection of online tutors. In: ALT-C 2009 In Dreams Begins Responsibility: Choice, Evidence and Change, 8-10 Sep 2009, Manchester, UK. file

Slapper, Gary (2009). Corporate crime in a global business environment. Asia Pacific Law Review, 17(2) pp. 149–166.

Slapper, Gary (2009). Politics cannot play at an altitude higher than the law. Journal of Criminal Law, 73(3) pp. 185–187.

Slapper, Gary (2009). Criminal evidence: the backwards story with a future. Journal of Criminal Law, 73(1) pp. 1–3. file

Slapper, Gary (2009). The suit that does not really fit. Journal of Criminal Law, 73(5) pp. 363–367. file

Slapper, Gary and Kelly, David (2009). English Law. Third edition. Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish.

2008

Ajevski, Marjan (2008). Serious Breaches, the Draft Articles on State Responsibility and Universal Jurisdiction. European Journal of Legal Studies, 2(1) pp. 12–48. file

Slade, Sharon; Galpin, Fenella and Prinsloo, Paul (2008). Online learning: narratives of (dis) location. In: 3rd International Conference on E-Learning, 26-27 Jun 2008, Cape Town, South Africa. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Slapper, Gary (2008). Penalties in the penumbra of the criminal law. Journal of Criminal Law, 72(6) pp. 467–469.

2007

Fletcher, Roland (2007). The managerial tutor: a producer of knowledge in a global arena. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 29(3) pp. 303–313. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Slapper, Gary (2007). How the Law Works. London: Collins.

Slapper, Gary (2007). Clarity and the criminal law. Journal of Criminal Law, 71(6) pp. 475–477. file

Slapper, Gary (2007). The changing contours of the criminal law. Journal of Criminal Law, 71(2) pp. 95–98. file

Slapper, Gary (2007). The legality of assaulting ideas. The Journal of Criminal Law, 71(4) pp. 279–281. file

2006

Kelly, David and Slapper, Gary (2006). The English legal system: Q and A 2006-7. Questions and answers series. London, UK: Routledge Cavendish.

Slapper, Gary and Hatchard, John (2006). The role of the Commonwealth and Commonwealth Associations in strengthening administrative law and justice. Acta Juridica, 2006 pp. 405–423. file

Slapper, Gary and Kelly, David (2006). English law. 2nd edition. London: Routledge-Cavendish, p. 1088.

Slapper, Gary and Kelly, David (2006). English Law. London: Routledge-Cavendish.

Slapper, Gary and Kelly, David (2006). The English Legal System. 8th edition. Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish.

2005

Pywell, Stephanie M (2005). Infant vaccination: a conflict of ethical imperatives? In: Garwood-Gowers, Austen; Tingle, John and Wheat, Kay eds. Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Law and Ethics. Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, pp. 213–232. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2004

Fletcher, Roland ed. (2004). Commercial Law (Revision Workbook) (3rd ed.). London: Old Bailey Press.

Fletcher, Roland ed. (2004). Commercial Law: 150 Leading Cases (2nd ed.). London: HLT Publications/Old Bailey Press.

Slapper, Gary and Kelly, David eds. (2004). The English legal system. 7th edition. London: Cavendish Publishing, p. 776.

Fletcher, Roland (2004). Mistaken identity and the precarious third party. Law Teacher, 38(3) pp. 372–386. file

Slapper, Gary (2004). Magistrates. Student Law Review, 41 pp. 25–26.

Slapper, Gary (2004). The jury, publicly funded law, and the Courts Act 2003, the Criminal Justice Act 2003, and the Court of Appeal Civil Division. Student Law Review, 42(Summer) pp. 24–26.

2002

Fletcher, Roland (2002). Good faith or a contagious disease of alien origin? Business Law Review, 23(1) pp. 5–8.

Pywell, Stephanie (2002). The Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme: a proposal for radical reform. Journal of Social Security Law, 9(2) pp. 73–93. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Slapper, Gary (2002). Corporate manslaughter: the changing legal scenery. Asia Pacific Law Review, 10(2) pp. 161–170.

Slapper, Gary (2002). Precedents and cyber justice. Student Law Review, 36 pp. 28–33.

Slapper, Gary (2002). The birth of a new system for monitoring deaths. New Law Journal, 152(7052) pp. 1377–1379.

Slapper, Gary (2002). Litigation and publicly funded law. Student Law Review, 37 pp. 27–31.

Slapper, Gary (2002). The judiciary and court efficiency. Student Law Review, 35 pp. 29–34.

2001

Fletcher, Roland (2001). Commonhold: a new form of tenure. Business Law Review, 22(3) pp. 50–52. file

Fletcher, Roland (2001). Dying for a cigarette: who's to blame. Law Teacher, 35(3) pp. 398–414. file

Fletcher, Roland (2001). Lifting the veil of incorporation. Legal Executive Journal 22-23, 38. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Fletcher, Roland (2001). An offer you cant refuse. Business Law Review, 22(7) pp. 162–163. file

Fletcher, Roland and Doherty, Michael (2001). Case notes and comments: Walker v. Stone. Trust Law International, 15(1) pp. 18–25.

Fletcher, Roland and Doherty, Michael (2001). Reform of the Privity Rule: Contracts (Rights of third Parties) Act 1999. Law Teacher: International Journal of Legal Education, 35(1) pp. 91–101.

Pywell, Stephanie (2001). Particular issues of public health: vaccination. In: Martin, Robyn and Johnson, Linda eds. Law and the Public Dimension of Health. London: Cavendish Publishing, pp. 299–327. file

Slapper, Gary (2001). Organisational Prosecutions. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Slapper, Gary and Kelly, David (2001). The English legal system: Q and A. 4th edition. Questions and answers. London: Cavendish Publishing Ltd.

2000

Doherty, Michael and Fletcher, Roland (2000). Responding to the problems of electronic commerce. Tolley's Communications Law, 5 pp. 2–7.

Fletcher, Roland (2000). The case for Commonhold. Legal Executive Journal, 21 pp. 18–19. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Fletcher, Roland (2000). Non-disclosure and materiality: a lose all situation for the insured. Business Law Review, 21(2) pp. 38–41. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Fletcher, Roland (2000). On the horns of a dilemma. Business Law Review, 21(8/9) pp. 196–197. file

Fletcher, Roland and Doherty, Michael (2000). Corporate loss and personal suits. Business Law Review, 21(12) pp. 279–281. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Kelly, David and Slapper, Gary (2000). English Law. London: Cavendish.

Pywell, Stephanie (2000). Reasonable diligence or unreasonable judicial expectations? The effect on lenders of section 32(1)(b) of the Limitation Act 1980. Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 261–267.

Pywell, Stephanie (2000). Vaccination and other altruistic medical treatments: should autonomy or communitarianism prevail? Medical Law International, 4(3-4) pp. 223–243. file

Pywell, Stephanie (2000). A critical review of the recent and impending changes to the law of statutory compensation for vaccine damage. Journal of Personal Injury Litigation, 2000(4) pp. 246–256. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Slapper, Gary (2000). Court of Appeal self-correction: A weakness in the system. Judicial Review, 5(4) pp. 245–246. file

1999

Fletcher, Roland and Doherty, Michael (1999). The impact of illegality of contract in civil proceedings. Business Law Review, 20(11) pp. 259–260.

Pywell, Stephanie (1999). The public health risk from passive smoking: why our legislators should act now. Health Care Risk Report, 5(6) pp. 16–17. file

Slapper, Gary (1999). Blood in the Bank: Social and Legal Aspects of Death at Work. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Slapper, Gary and Tombs, Steve (1999). Corporate crime. Harlow: Longman.

1998

Pywell, Stephanie (1998). The public health risk from passive smoking: an inadequate patchwork of protection from English law. Health Care Risk Report, 4(10) pp. 19–21. file

1997

Slapper, Gary (1997). Litigation and corporate crime. Journal of Personal Injury Litigation, 1997(4) pp. 220–233. file

Slapper, Gary (1997). Judging the educators: The forensic evaluation of academic judgment. Education and the Law, 9(1) pp. 5–12. file

1993

Slapper, Gary (1993). Corporate manslaughter: An examination of the determinants of prosecutorial policy. Social and Legal Studies, 2(4) pp. 423–443. file

Slapper, Gary (1993). Manslaughter and Negligence. Professional Negligence, 9(4) pp. 150–154. file

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