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    Coggon, J. and Kong, Camillia (2021) From best interest to better interests? Values, unwisdom, and objectivity in mental capacity law. Cambridge Law Journal 80 (2), pp. 245-273. ISSN 0008-1973.

    Cooper, Penelope and Mattison, M. (2021) Witness statements for the employment tribunal in England and Wales: What are the issues? Project Report. Institute for Crime and Justice Policy Research, London, UK.

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    Fair, Helen and Jacobson, Jessica (2021) Keeping COVID out of prisons: approaches in ten countries. Project Report. ICPR, London.

    Fox, Anthony and Jacobson, Jessica (2021) How well do Regulation 28 reports serve future public health and safety ? Medicine, Science and the Law , ISSN 0025-8024.

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    Heard, Catherine (2021) Locked in and locked down - prison life in a pandemic: evidence from ten countries. Project Report. ICPR, London, UK.

    Heard, Catherine (2021) Out of sight, out of mind? SEMINAR 738 (738), pp. 34-38.

    Heard, Catherine and Jacobson, Jessica (2021) Sentencing burglary, drug importation and murder: evidence from ten countries. Project Report. Institute for Crime & Justice Policy Research, London, UK.

    Hunter, Gillian and Jacobson, Jessica (2021) Exploring procedural justice and problem-solving practice in the Youth Court. Discussion Paper. HM Inspectorate of Probation, Canterbury, UK.

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    Ievins, A. and Jarman, Ben and Reimer, T.T. (2021) False accounting: why we shouldn't ask people who commit crimes to pay their debts to society. Working Notes (88),

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    Jarman, Ben (2021) Can confidential research be reproducible: consent, ethics, prison interviews and the open research agenda. University of Cambridge repository, Cambridge.

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    Mattison, M. and Cooper, Penelope (2021) Witness statements for employment tribunals in England and Wales: what are the ‘Issues’? International Journal of Evidence and Proof 25 (4), pp. 286-306. ISSN 1365-7127.

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