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Herian, Robert (2021). Data: New Trajectories in Law. Routledge Focus. Routledge.

Jones, Emma (2021). “…You don’t pay £100,000 to a lawyer unless you care about something”. The role of emotion in contract law. In: Bandes, Susan A.; Madeira, Jody Lynée; Temple, Kathryn D. and White, Emily Kidd eds. Research Handbook of Law and Emotion. Research Handbooks in Legal Theory. Edward Elgar.

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Cercel, Cosmin; Fusco, Gian Giacomo and Lavis, Simon eds. (2020). States of Exception: Law, History, Theory. Law and Politics. Abingdon: Routledge.

Jones, Emma and Cownie, Fiona eds. (2020). Key Directions in Legal Education: National and International Perspectives. Legal pedagogy. London and New York: Routledge.

Ajevski, Marjan (2020). The Triumph of International Law: The Clash of Ideas That Shapes International Law. In: Claydon, Lisa and Derry, Caroline eds. Law in Motion: 50 Years of Legal Change. Milton Keynes: Open University Law School, pp. 67–88.

Barker, Kim (2020). Editorial. European Journal of Law & Technology, 11(1)

Barker, Kim; Uribe-Jongbloed, Enrique and Scholz, Tobias (2020). Privacy as Public Good – A Comparative Assessment of the Challenge for CoronApps in Latin America. Journal of Law, Technology & Trust, 1(1) pp. 1–24.

Bleasedale, Lydia; Rizzotto, Beverley; Stalker, Rachel; Yeatman, Lucy; McFaul, Hugh; Ryan, Francine; Johnson, Nick and Thomas, Linden (2020). Law Clinics: What, why and how? In: Thomas, Linden and Johnson, Nick eds. The Clinical Legal Education Handbook. University of London Press, pp. 7–56.

Cercel, Cosmin; Fusco, Gian Giacomo and Lavis, Simon (2020). Introduction: Untimely Considerations on the State of Exception. In: Lavis, Simon; Cercel, Cosmin and Fusco, Gian Giacomo eds. States of Exception: Law, History, Theory. Law and Politics. Routledge, pp. 1–12.

Claydon, Lisa (2020). How much do you need to know? Perspectives on strict liability and criminal responsibility. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: Fifty Years of Legal Change. Milton Keynes: Open University Law School, pp. 119–135.

Dennis, David and Lee, Simon (2020). Lockdown, Law & the Whirligig of Jurisprudence: The Return of a Realist. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: 50 years of Legal Change. Milton Keynes: The Open University Law School, pp. 195–209.

Derry, Caroline (2020). Consenting to Sexual Activity. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: 50 years of Legal Change. The Open University Law School, pp. 136–148.

Fletcher, Roland (2020). Working on Module in Production: Employability and Careers. In: Working on Modules in Production: Employability and Careers, 25 Nov 2020, The Open University: School of Law, The Open University, pp. 1–19.

Giles, Jessica (2020). 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.

Hardie, Liz; Mcfaul, Hugh and Ryan, Francine (2020). 50 years of Clinical Legal Education: Looking Back to the Future. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: 50 years of Legal Change. The Open University Law School, pp. 212–227.

Herian, Robert (2020). Desire Lines. In: Claydon, Lisa; Ajevski, Marjan and Derry, Caroline eds. Law in Motion: 50 years of Legal Change. Open University Law School, pp. 90–104.

Jones, Emma; Graffin, Neil; Samra, Rajvinder and Lucassen, Mathijs (2020). Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Legal Profession. Bristol Shorts Research. Bristol: Bristol University Press.

Lavis, Simon (2020). ‘The Exception of the Norm in the Third Reich: (Re)Reading the Nazi Constitutional State of Exception. In: Cercel, Cosmin; Fusco, Gian Giacomo and Lavis, Simon eds. States of exception: law, history, theory. Law and politics: continental perspectives. Routledge, pp. 92–116.

Lavis, Simon (2020). Nazi Law as Pure Instrument: Natural Law, (Extra-)Legal Terror, and the Neglect of Ideology. In: Klimaszewska, Anna and Gałędek, Michał eds. Modernisation, National Identity, and Legal Instrumentalism: Studies in Comparative Legal History (Vol. II: Public Law), Volume 36. Brill, pp. 192–216.

Lee, Simon (2020). Open and Shut Cases. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: 50 years of Legal Change. Milton Keynes: The Open University Law School, pp. 2–15.

Lloyd Bright, Keren (2020). Gender identity and prisons in England and Wales: The development of rights and rules; checks and balances. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: 50 Years of Legal Change. Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University, pp. 168–194.

McFaul, Hugh (2020). Does Clinical Legal Education Need Theory? Asian Journal of Legal Education, 7(2) pp. 152–163.

Ryan, Francine (2020). The Integration of Technology into Clinical Legal Education: An Exploration of the 'Virtual' Law Clinic. In: Conference on Experiential Learning and Innivation in Legal Education 2019, Hong Kong University, pp. 98–104.

Ryan, Francine and Mcfaul, Hugh (2020). Innovative technologies in UK legal education. In: Jones, Emma and Cownie, Fiona eds. Key Directions in Legal Education National and International Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 67–79.

Wesemann, Anne (2020). Citizenship in the European Union: constitutionalism, rights and norms. Elgar studies in European law and policy. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Wesemann, Anne (2020). 50 years Arguing with Neighbours: The UK's Complex Relationship with the European Union. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: 50 years of Legal Change. The Open University Law School, pp. 37–51.

Wolfreys, Allison (2020). COVID-19 and International Child Abduction: Children's Stories. University of Liverpool, School of Law and Social Justice. COVID-19 Briefing Papers No.9.

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Calo, Zachary R. (2019). Law, Religion, and Secular Order. Journal of Law, Religion and State, 7(1) pp. 104–127.

Catley, Paul (2019). Personality Change, Criminal Responsibility and Diminished Capacity. In: Waltermann, Antonia; Roef, David; Hage, Jaap and Jelicic, Marko eds. Law, Science, Rationality. Maastricht Law Series, 14. Utrecht, Netherlands: Eleven International Publishing, pp. 177–208.

Claydon, Lisa (2019). Coercion Changes Sense of Agency. In: Walterman, Antonia; Roef, David; Hage, Jaap and Jelicic, Marko eds. Law, Science, Rationality. Maastricht Law Series (14). Maastricht: Eleven International Publishing, pp. 237–263.

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.

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, 8(2) pp. 245–273.

Jackson, Abigail and Sidoli, Julian (2019). Privacy, Participation and the City. In: Davidson, Nestor M. and Tewari, Geeta eds. Global Perspectives in Urban Law: The Legal Power of Cities. London: Routledge.

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).

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; 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, pp. 373–406.

Jurasz, Olga and Szablewska, Natalia (2019). Towards transformative gender equality: the importance of addressing economic violence against women in Cambodia. In: Gámez Fuentes, María José; Núñez Puente, Sonia and Gómez Nicolau, Emma eds. Re-writing Women as Victims: From Theory to Practice. Interdisciplinary Research in Gender. Routledge, pp. 68–82.

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.

Palmer, Robert and Pontin, Benjamin (2019). Injunctions through the lens of nuisance. In: Halson, Roger and Campbell, David eds. Research Handbook on Remedies in Private Law. Research Handbooks in Private and Commercial Law. Edward Elgar, pp. 294–310.

Palmer, Robert; Short, Damien and Auch, Ted (2019). The Human Right to Water and Unconventional Energy. In: Buono, Regina M.; López Gunn, Elena; McKay, Jennifer and Staddon, Chad eds. Regulating Water Security in Unconventional Oil and Gas. Water Security in a New World. Cham: Springer, pp. 39–67.

Wolfreys, Allison (2019). Shaping a New Type of Hearing: Training Future Lawyers in Online Mediation - insights from a pilot Project. In: International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference 2019, Jul 2019, Bratislava - Slovakia.

Yusuf, Hakeem and Tanzil, Chowdhury (2019). The U.N. Committee of 24’s Dogmatic Philosophy of Recognition: Toward a Sui Generis Approach to Decolonization. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 26(2) pp. 437–460.

Yusuf, Hakeem O. (2019). Colonialism and Dilemmas of Transitional Justice in Nigeria. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 12(2) pp. 257–276.

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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, Mátyás 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.

Barker, Kim (2018). R v Nimmo & Sorley (2014). In: Rackley, Erika and Auchmuty, Rosemary eds. Women's Legal Landmarks: Celebrating 100 Years of Women & the Law in the UK and Ireland. Oxford: Hart, pp. 605–610.

Barker, Kim and Baghdady, Christina (2018). From hybrid to cybrid? The formation and regulation of online ‘hybrid’ identities. In: Lemay-Hébert, Nicolas and Freedman, Rosa eds. Hybridity: Law, Culture and Development. London: Routledge, pp. 218–234.

Chambers-Jones, Clare (2018). Money laundering in a Virtual World. In: King, Colin; Walker, Clive and Gurule, Jimmy eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 165–182.

Chambers-Jones, Clare (2018). The Financial Crisis and Digital Currencies. In: Ryder, Nicholas ed. White Collar Crime and Risk. Palgrave Studies in Risk, Crime and Society. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 203–230.

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 (1883–1980). Oxford University Press.

Derry, Caroline (2018). Cobb, Monica Mary Geikie (1891–1946). 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.

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). Münster: MV-Wissenschaft, pp. 195–214.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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 Sémiotique juridique, 31(4) pp. 745–770.

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

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.

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. Münster: 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.

Parks, Edwin (2018). The European Unified Patent Court and UK assumptions on its post-Brexit patent litigation. In: Prinz von Sachsen Gessaphe, Karl August; Garcia Blesa, Juan J. and Szuka, Nils eds. Legal Implications of Brexit. Hagener Rechtswissenschaftliche Schriften, 2. Münster: MV-WISSENSCHAFT, pp. 245–276.

Parks, Edwin and Howells, Carol (2018). The repatriation of exclusive competences from EU in post-Brexit United Kingdom. In: Prinz von Sachsen Gessaphe, Karl August; Garcia Blesa, Juan J. and Szuka, Nils eds. Legal Implications of Brexit. Hagener Rechtswissenschaftliche Schriften, 2. Münster: MV-WISSENSCHAFT, pp. 69–93.

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. Münster: 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.

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

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.

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

Jones, Clare and Day, Robert (2017). Exploring accountability in bribery and corruption disclosures by UK listed defence companies. In: Steckle, Rudolf ed. Theorie und Praxis aus Rechnungswesen und Wirtschaftsprufung - Nationale and Internationale Enterwicklunge. Germany: LexisNexis, pp. 123–175.

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

Yusuf, Hakeem O. (2017). Nigeria: The Colonial Legacy and Transitional Justice. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, South Africa.

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Catley, Paul (2016). The Future of Neurolaw. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22(2), article no. 487.

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.

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.

Claydon, Lisa and Rödiger, Caroline (2016). Fear, loss of control and cognitive neuroscience. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22(2), article no. 483.

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.

Gilbert, Andrew (2016). Family Law by Frances Burton. The Law Teacher, 50(1) pp. 138–139.

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

Sidoli del Ceno, Julian (2016). Informal housing: Plurality in the city. In: Davidson, Nestor and Mistry, Nisha eds. Law Between Buildings: Emergent Global Perspectives in Urban Law. London: Routledge.

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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.

Barker, Kim (2015). Holy Blurring of Core Copyright Principles, Batmobile! In: Giddens, Thomas ed. Graphic Justice: Intersections of Law and Comics. London: Routledge, pp. 19–35.

Gilbert, Andrew (2015). An Unnatural Union? - British Conservatism and the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013. In: Diduck, Alison; Peleg, Noam and Reece, Helen eds. Law in Society: Reflections on Children, Family, Culture and Philosophy. Leiden: Brill, pp. 489–508.

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

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.

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 für Wissenschaft und Ethik. Band 19. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 115–146.

Reed, Mark S. and Sidoli Del Ceno, Julian (2015). Mediation and conservation conflicts: from top-down to bottom-up. In: Redpath, Stephen M.; Gutierrez, Ralph J.; Wood, Kevin A. and Young, Juliette C. eds. Conflicts in Conservation: Navigating Towards Solutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 226–239.

Sidoli del Ceno, Julian; George, Hannah and Vols, Michel (2015). Adjudication in tenancy deposit scheme disputes: agents’ perspectives. International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 7(2) pp. 162–172.

Vols, Michel; Kiehl, Marvin and Sidoli del Ceno, Julian (2015). Human Rights and Protection against Eviction in Anti-social Behaviour Cases in the Netherlands and Germany. European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance, 2(2) pp. 156–181.

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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.

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.

Sidoli del Ceno, Julian (2014). Compulsory mediation: civil justice, human rights and proportionality. International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 6(3) pp. 286–299.

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Ajevski, Marjan (2013). Preconditions for Stare Decisis – What International Law Can Learn from Comparative Constitutional Law. In: Wolfrum, Rüdiger and Gätzschmann, Ina eds. International Dispute Settlement: Room for Innovations? Beiträge zum ausländischen öffentlichen Recht und Völkerrecht, 239. Springer, pp. 293–310.

Barker, Kim (2013). MMORPGing, Law and Lingo. In: Freeman, Michael and Smith, Fiona eds. Law and Language: Current Legal Issues. Current Legal Issues, 15. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 417–433.

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.

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

Roncallo-Dow, Sergio; Uribe-Jongbloed, Enrique; Barker, Kim and Scholz, Tobias (2013). Authorship in Virtual Worlds: Author's Death to Rights Revival? Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 6(3)

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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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.

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.

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

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

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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.

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

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

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.

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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 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.

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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.

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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.

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

2002To Top

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

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.

2001To Top

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.

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.

2000To Top

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

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

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

1999To Top

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

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

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

1993To Top

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

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