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Taylor, Louise (2019). Academic poster: Developing a coercive control defence. In: Socio Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 2019, 2019, Leeds.

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McCann, Michael and Louise, Taylor (2016). Conference paper: Enhancing learning using authentic artefacts. In: Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference 2016, 2016, Newport, Wales.

Taylor, Louise and McCann, Michael (2016). Conference paper: Teaching using authentic artefacts. In: Trent Institute of Learning and Teaching Annual Conference 2016, 2016, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham.

Taylor, Louise (2016). Academic poster: Developing higher order thinking skills through academic posters. In: PedRIO Conference 2016, 2016, Plymouth University, Plymouth.

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Taylor, Louise (2015). True justice? Solicitors Journal.

Taylor, Louise (2015). Conference paper: Injured athlete or crime victim? In: Socio Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 2015, 2015, Warwick.

Taylor, Louise and Boyes, Simon (2015). Academic poster: Breaking down barriers to LLM study. In: Socio Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 2015, 2015, Warwick.

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Jonathan, Doak and Louise, Taylor (2014). Hearing the voices of victims and offenders: the role of emotion in criminal sentencing. In: Brooks, Thom ed. Sentencing. Crime and Punishment: Critical Essays in Legal Philosophy. London: Routledge.

Taylor, Louise (2014). The English and Welsh perspective on legal aid for crime victims. In: Wiliński, Paweł and Karlik, Piotr eds. Improving protection of victims' rights: access to legal aid. Poznan, Poland: Adam Mickiewicz University, pp. 183–190.

Taylor, Louise (2014). Conference paper: MOOCing the way to numerical literacy in law. In: Socio Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 2014, 2014, Aberdeen.

Taylor, Louise (2014). Conference paper: Why maths matters in legal education. In: Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference 2014, 2014, Leeds.

Taylor, Louise (2014). Conference paper: UK Perspectives on Legal Aid for Crime Victims. In: Improving Protection of Victims' Rights: Access to Legal Aid, 2014, Poznan, Poland.

Taylor, Louise and Boyes, Simon (2014). Academic poster: Breaking down barriers to LLM study. In: Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference 2014, 2014, Newport, Wales.

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Doak, Jonathan and Taylor, Louise (2013). Hearing the voices of victims and offenders: the role of emotions in criminal sentencing. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 64(1) pp. 25–46.

Taylor, Louise (2013). Conference paper: Developing an International Teaching and Research Culture through the Medium of Dual Degrees. In: Fifth National Spanish Conference on Legal Education, 2013, Valencia, Spain.

Taylor, Louise (2013). Conference paper: Injecting Restorative Justice into Criminal Justice through the Use of Victim Personal Statements. In: Hatfield College Criminal Justice Colloquium, 2013, Durham University, Durham.

Taylor, Louise and Boylan Kemp, Jo Ann (2013). Conference paper: Utilising the Victim Personal Statement Scheme as a Vulnerable and Intimidated Victim Early Detection Device. In: Socio Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 2013, 2013, York.

Taylor, Louise (2013). Conference paper: Enhancing Numeracy within the QLD. In: Nottingham Law School Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2013, 2013, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham.

Taylor, Louise (2013). Academic poster: Mathematical literacy in law. In: Socio Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 2013, 2013, Edinburgh.

Taylor, Louise (2013). Academic poster: Encouraging numeracy in undergraduate law learning and teaching. In: Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference 2013, 2013, Nottingham.

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Taylor, Louise (2011). Sentencing in cases of small-scale cannabis production. Nottingham Law Journal, 20 pp. 72–75.

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