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    A

    Atuire, Caesar and Kong, Camillia and Dunn, Michael (2020) Articulating the sources for an African normative framework of healthcare: Ghana as a case study. Developing World Bioethics , ISSN 1471-8731. (In Press)

    B

    Bhatia, Monish and Canning, V. (2020) Misery as business: how immigration detention became a cash-cow in Britain’s borders. In: Albertson, K. and Corcoran, M. and Phillips, J. (eds.) Marketisation and Privatisation in Criminal Justice. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 262-277. ISBN 9781447345817.

    Bowring, Bill (2020) Russia and the European Convention (or Court) of Human Rights: the end? Revue Québécoise de Droit International , ISSN 0828-9999. (In Press)

    Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2020) Black lives and German exceptionalism. Verfassungsblog.

    Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2020) Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Stories of Social Upheaval, by Saidiya Hartman. [Book Review]

    C

    Carr, N. and Serisier, Tanya and McAlister, S. (2020) Sexual deviance in prison: Queering identity and intimacy in prison research. Criminology and Criminal Justice 20 (5), pp. 551-563. ISSN 1748-8958.

    Cheliotis, L.K. and Xenakis, Sappho (2020) What's Left? Political orientation, economic conditions and incarceration in Greece under Syriza-led government. European Journal of Criminology , ISSN 1477-3708. (In Press)

    Comparato, Guido (2020) La sovranità economica fra diritto interno e diritto transnazionale dell’economia. Considerazioni alla luce dell’esperienza britannica. DPCE online 42 (1), pp. 263-287. ISSN 2037-6677.

    Cowell, Frederick (2020) Reservations to Human Rights treaties in recommendations from the Universal Periodic Review: an emerging practice? The International Journal of Human Rights , ISSN 1364-2987. (In Press)

    D

    Day, Aviah and Gill, A. (2020) An intersectional approach to improving the efficacy of partnerships between women’s organisations and the criminal justice system in relation to domestic violence. British Journal of Criminology 60 (4), pp. 830-850. ISSN 0007-0955.

    Dobson, Rachael (2020) Local government and practice ontologies: sector speaks in housing and homelessness services. Local Government Studies , ISSN 0300-3930. (In Press)

    E

    El-Enany, Nadine (2020) (B)ordering Britain: law, race and empire. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. ISBN 9781526145420. (In Press)

    Ertür, Başak (2020) La barricade. Techniques & Culture (74), ISSN 0248-6016. (In Press)

    Everson, Michelle (2020) Politicising Europe: liberating the technocratic? In: Cardwell, J. and Granger, M.-P. (eds.) Research Handbook on the Politics of EU Law. Research Handbooks in Law and Politics. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 144-161. ISBN 9781788971270.

    G

    Gearey, Adam (2020) Knots of equity: doctrine and hegemony in the Law of Trusts. In: Piska, N. and Gibson, H. (eds.) Critical Trusts Law: Reading Roger Cotterrell. Counterpress. (In Press)

    Gearey, Adam (2020) The parable of Bill Ayers: comic, allegory and critical legal thinking. In: Giddens, T. (ed.) Critical Directions in Comics Studies. University Press of Mississippi. ISBN 9781496828996. (In Press)

    Gill, A.K. and Day, Aviah (2020) Moral panic in the media: scapegoating South Asian men in cases of sexual exploitation and grooming. In: Ramon, S. and Lloyd, M. and Penhale, B. (eds.) Gendered Domestic Violence and Abuse in Popular Culture. Emerald. ISBN 9781838677824.

    Guardiola-Rivera, Oscar (2020) Can there be religions without belief? Religion in Latin America. In: Devy, G.N. (ed.) Environment and Belief Systems. Key Concepts. Key Concepts in Indigenous Studies. London, UK and New Delhi, India: Routledge. ISBN 9780367410186. (In Press)

    H

    Heard, Catherine (2020) Assessing the global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on prison populations. Victims & Offenders , ISSN 1556-4886. (In Press)

    Hunter, Gill (2020) Policy and practice supporting lay participation. In: Jacobson, Jessica and Cooper, Penny (eds.) Participation in Courts and Tribunals: Concepts, Realities and Aspirations. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press. ISBN 9781529211290.

    Hunter, Gillian and Ely, C. and Robin-D'Cruz, C. and Whitehead, S. (2020) Time to get it right: enhancing problem-solving practice in the Youth Court. Centre for Justice Innovation, London, UK.

    J

    Jacobson, Jessica (2020) Effective participation in criminal proceedings: principle and practice. British Society of Crimonology.

    Jacobson, Jessica (2020) Introduction. In: Jacobson, Jessica and Cooper, Penny (eds.) Participation in Courts and Tribunals: Concepts, Realities and Aspirations. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press. ISBN 9781529211290. (In Press)

    Jacobson, Jessica (2020) Observed realities of participation. In: Jacobson, Jessica and Cooper, Penny (eds.) Participation in Courts and Tribunals: Concepts, Realities and Aspirations. Bristol: Bristol University Press. ISBN 9781529211290. (In Press)

    Jacobson, Jessica (2020) Policy Briefing: Participation in courts and tribunals. Bristol University Press, Bristol, UK.

    John-Richards, Serene (2020) Life, language, law: the invention of dangerous classes. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    K

    Keenan, Bernard (2020) State access to encrypted data in the UK: the ‘Transparent’ approach. Common Law World Review 49 (3-4), pp. 223-244. ISSN 1473-7795.

    Keenan, Sarah (2020) Expanding Terra Nullius. The Contemporary Pacific 32 (2), pp. 449-460. ISSN 1043-898X.

    Keenan, Sarah (2020) Property: changing formations of having and being. In: Stern, S. and Del Mar, M. and Meyler, B. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Law and Humanities. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780190695620. (In Press)

    Kirby, Amy (2020) Conceptualising participation: practitioner accounts. In: Jacobson, Jessica and Cooper, Penny (eds.) Participation in Courts and Tribunals: Concepts, Realities and Aspirations. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press. ISBN 9781529211290.

    Kong, Camillia and Campbell, M. and Kpobi, L. and Swartz, L. and Atuire, C. (2020) The hermeneutics of recovery: facilitating dialogue between African and Western mental health frameworks. Transcultural Psychiatry , ISSN 1363-4615. (In Press)

    Kong, Camillia and Coggon, J. and Dunn, M. and Ruck Keene, A. (2020) An aide memoire for a balancing act? Critiquing the 'Balance Sheet' approach to best interest decision-making. Medical Law Review , ISSN 0967-0742. (In Press)

    L

    Lamble, Sarah (2020) Unpalatable dissent and the political distribution of solidarity. Law, Culture and the Humanities 16 (2), pp. 213-225. ISSN 1743-8721.

    Lamble, Sarah and Serisier, Tanya and Dymock, A. and Carr, N. and Downes, J. and Boukli, A. (2020) Guest Editorial: Queer theory and criminology. Criminology & Criminal Justice 20 (5), pp. 504-509. ISSN 1748-8958.

    Lamble, Sarah and Serisier, Tanya and Dymock, A. and Downes, J. and Boukli, A. (2020) Queer Theory and Criminology: Editors' Introduction. [Editorial/Introduction] (In Press)

    Leonelli, Giulia Claudia (2020) Acknowledging the centrality of the precautionary principle in judicial review of EU risk regulation: why it matters. Common Market Law Review 57 (6), pp. 1773-1818. ISSN 0165-0750.

    Leonelli, Giulia Claudia (2020) The perfect storm: GMO governance and The EU technocratic turn. In: Eliantonio, M. and Peeters, M. (eds.) Research Handbook on EU Environmental Law. Edward Elgar. ISBN 9781788970662. (In Press)

    Leonelli, Giulia Claudia (2020) A threefold blow to environmental public interest litigation. European Law Review , ISSN 0307-5400. (In Press)

    Loizidou, Elena (2020) A parallel art of living. In: Hesselberth, P. and de Bloois, J. (eds.) Politics of Withdrawal: Media, Arts, Theory. London, UK: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 9781786616333. (In Press)

    M

    MacMillan, Fiona (2020) “Speaking Truth to Power”: copyright and the control of speech. In: Bassini, M. and Pollicino, O. and Riccio, G.M. (eds.) Copyright and Fundamental Rights in the Digital Age: A Comparative Analysis in Search of a Common Constitutional Ground. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. ISBN 9781788113878. (In Press)

    Macmillan, Fiona (2020) Il diritto d’autore nell’era digitale: verso il declino dell’originalità dell’opera? In: Resta, G. (ed.) L’Armonia del Diritto: Contributi ad una riflessione su diritto e musica. Rome, Italy: Roma TreEpress, pp. 109-119. ISBN 9791280060013. (In Press)

    Macmillan, Fiona (2020) Intellectual and cultural property: between market and community. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138388062. (In Press)

    May, Tiggey and Sen, Richard and Hough, Mike (2020) The N8 Policing Research Partnership: examining the first four years. Project Report. ICPR, London, UK.

    Menis, Susanna (2020) Stewart Motha: Archiving Sovereignty: Law, History, Violence University of Michigan Press, USA, 2018, 224 pp, £19.95 (pbk), ISBN: 978-0472053865. [Book Review]

    Menis, Susanna (2020) Women, history, invisibility and prisons: a contribution to the Women’s History Month. The British Society of Criminology.

    Menis, Susanna (2020) A history of women’s prisons in England: the myth of prisoner reformation. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars. ISBN 9781527541832.

    Menis, Susanna (2020) The liberal, the vocational and legal education: a legal history review–from Blackstone to a Law Degree (1972). Law Teacher 54 (2), pp. 285-299. ISSN 0306-9400.

    Menis, Susy (2020) The administration of justice. [Teaching Resource] (Unpublished)

    Monk, Daniel (2020) Lady Hale, The Supreme Court and family law. Tijdschrift voor Familie-en-Jeugdrecht 42 (3), pp. 81-82. ISSN 0165-0084. (In Press)

    Monk, Daniel (2020) Neville Harris, 'Education, Law and Diversity' (2nd Edition). [Book Review]

    Monk, Daniel and Macvarish, Janet (2020) Brothers and sisters In Public Law proceedings - assessment, placement, permanence and contact: frontline briefing. Research in Practice, Dartington.

    Motha, Stewart (2020) ‘Begging to Be Black’: liminality and critique in Post-Apartheid South Africa. In: De Gamboa Tapias, C. and Van Roermund, B. (eds.) Just Memories: Rememberance and Restoration in the Aftermath of Political Violence. Series on Transitional Justice 25. Antwerp, Belgium and Oxford, UK: Intersentia. ISBN 9781780689081. (In Press)

    Motha, Stewart (2020) My story, whose memory: notes on the autonomy and heteronomy of Law. Studies in Law, Politics, and Society , ISSN 1059-4337. (In Press)

    Motha, Stewart (2020) "The object is to frighten him with hope”: questioning the tragic emplotments of international law and decolonization in the Chagos Archipelago. In: Chalmers, S. and Pahuja, S. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. (In Press)

    Murray, K. and McVie, S. and Farren, D. and Herlitz, Lauren and Hough, Mike and Norris, P. (2020) Procedural justice, compliance with the law and police stop-and-search: a study of young people in England and Scotland. Policing and Society , ISSN 1043-9463. (In Press)

    P

    Pilcher, Jeremy (2020) Voteauction: a cautionary tale. In: Finchett-Maddock, L. and Lekakis, E. (eds.) Art, Law, Power: Perspectives on Legality and Resistance in Contemporary Aesthetics. Counterpress. (In Press)

    R

    Reeves, Craig (2020) Responsibility beyond blame. In: Lernestedt, C. and Matravers, M. (eds.) The Criminal Law's Person. London, UK: Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781509923748. (In Press)

    S

    Salecl, Renata (2020) A passion for ignorance: what we choose not to know and why. Princeton University Press. ISBN 9780691195605. (In Press)

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) Criminal Law and the Man Problem. [Book Review]

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) From mild colonial boy to Jake the Paed: Rolf Harris and Australian celebrity masculinity in the UK. In: Taylor, A. and McIntyre, J. (eds.) Gender and Australian Celebrity Culture. Global Gender. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138366220.

    Serisier, Tanya (2020) Speaking out, public judgements and narrative politics: researching survivor stories and (not) telling my own. In: Gray-Rosendale, L.A. (ed.) Me Too, Feminist Theory, and Surviving Sexual Violence in the Academy. Lanham, U.S.: Lexington Books, pp. 167-180. ISBN 9781793611123.

    U

    Umezulike, Chisom Cynthia (2020) The meaning-centred anorexic body: a human rights-based approach to involuntary treatment. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    X

    Xenakis, Sappho and Cheliotis, L.K. (2020) The trumping of neoliberal penality? Trump’s Presidency and the rise of nationalist authoritarianism in the US. In: Koulish, R. and van der Woude, M. (eds.) Crimmigrant Nations: Resurgent Nationalism and the Closing of Borders. New York, U.S.: Fordham University Press, pp. 116-133. ISBN 9780823287499.

    This list was generated on Sun Apr 11 01:57:25 2021 BST.