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Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Book review: The Feminist and the Sex Offender: Confronting Sexual Harm, Ending State Violence. Social & Legal Studies. 096466392097178 - 096466392097178.

Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Cinzia Arruzza, Tithi Bhattacharya and Nancy Fraser: Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto. Feminist Legal Studies, 28 (1). 101 - 105.

Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Emma K Russell: Queer Histories and the Politics of Policing. Feminist Legal Studies.

Adams, F ORCID: (2019) From Homophony to Polyphony: Law and Music a Consonant Duet for Future Legal Thinking and Practice? The Student Journal of Professional Practice and Academic Research, 1 (2).

Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Lola Olufemi: Feminism, Interrupted: Disrupting Power. Feminist Legal Studies.

Adams, F ORCID: and Emmerich, F ORCID: (2020) Mapping the Manifestations of Exclusion: Challenging the Incarceration of Queer People. In: The Queer Outside in UK Law. Palgrave. (In Press)

Adam‐Troian, J ORCID:, Arciszewski, T and Apostolidis, T (2019) National identification and support for discriminatory policies: The mediating role of beliefs aboutlaïcitéin France. European Journal of Social Psychology, 49 (5). pp. 924-937.

Aidinlis, S (2018) Custodian Legal Culture - Enabling Multi-Stakeholder Research Collaborations Between Academia and Government in the UK. International Journal of Population Data Science, 3 (2).

Aidinlis, S (2019) Defining the ‘legal’: two conceptions of legal consciousness and legal alienation in administrative justice research. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 41 (4). 495 - 513.

Aidinlis, S (2020) The Right to Be Forgotten as a Fundamental Right in the UK After Brexit. SSRN.

Al Ameri, Hamad Mohammed Mejren (2018) Migrant workers in the UAE’s private sector: a critical analysis of employment dispute management and resolution from their perspective. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Al-Khatib, Kassem M (1985) Legal protection of civilians and prisoners in non-interstate armed conflict: a study in international humanitarian law. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

AlShareef, Nourah (2018) Child trafficking from the perspective of Islamic law: a case study of Saudi Arabia. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Allan, H and Westwood, S (2015) White British researchers and internationally educated research participants: Insights from reflective practices on issues of language and culture in nursing contexts. Journal of Research in Nursing, 20 (8). pp. 640-652.

Allen, E (2021) Not a Moot Point! Mooting as an Authentic Assessment Practice in Law? The Journal of Academic Development and Education, 13. 50 - 53.

Allen, E ORCID: (2018) Review of Alejandra Torres Camprubí, Statehood under Water: Challenges of Sea Level Rise to the Continuity of Pacific Island States. Human Rights Law Review, 18 (3). 613 - 616.

Allen, E ORCID: and Prost, M (2022) Ceci n’est pas un État: The Order of Malta and the Holy See as precedents for deterritorialized statehood? Review of European Comparative and International Environmental Law, 31 (2). 171 - 181.

Allen, Emma (2021) Not a Moot Point!: Mooting as an Authentic Assessment Practice in Law? Journal of Academic Development and Education (13).

Allen, Emma Louise (2020) Climate change and disappearing island states: deterritorialisation, sovereignty and statehood in international law. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Allo, AK ORCID: (2016) The Courtroom as a Site of Epistemic Resistance: Mandela at Rivonia. Law, Culture and the Humanities.

Allo, AK ORCID: (2016) Marwan Barghouti in Tel Aviv: Occupation, Terrorism, and Resistance in the Courtroom. Social and Legal Studies: an international journal.

Allo, AK ORCID: and Tesfaye, B (2015) Spectacles of Illegality: Mapping Ethiopia’s Show Trials. African Identities, 13 (4). 279 - 296.

Allo, AK ORCID: (2021) The Courtroom as an Arena of Ideological and Political Confrontation: The Chicago Eight Conspiracy Trial. Law and Critique.

Allo, AK ORCID: (2021) The Courtroom as an Arena of Ideological and Political Confrontation: The Chicago Eight Conspiracy Trial. Law and Critique.

Allo, AK ORCID: (2022) Law and Resistance: Toward a Performative Epistemology of the Political Trial. Routledge. (In Press)

Allo, AK ORCID: (2017) Protests, Terrorism, and Development: On Ethiopia’s State of Emergency. Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal, 19 (1).

Amietta, SA ORCID: (2019) Everyday justice at the courthouse? Governing lay participation in Argentina's criminal trials. In: Everyday Justice Law, Ethnography, Injustice. Cambridge University Press, 161 - 181.

Atherton-Blenkiron, Diane Louise (2018) Professionalism, disadvantage and identity: marginal actors in the legal profession – a case study of Muslim women solicitors. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Baiasu, S ORCID: (2021) Distributive justice and the epistemological argument against desert. Academia Letters.

Bell, J, Aidinlis, S, Smith, H, Mourby, M, Gowans, H, E Wallace, S and Kaye, J (2019) Balancing Data Subjects’ Rights and Public Interest Research:. European Data Protection Law Review, 5 (1). 43 - 53.

Bliss, L ORCID: (2018) Magistrates Court. The Journal of Criminal Law, 82 (4). 301 - 304.

Bliss, L ORCID: (2019) The Protection from Harassment Act 1997: Failures by the Criminal Justice System in a Social Media Age. The Journal of Criminal Law, 83 (3). 217 - 228.

Bliss, L ORCID: (2017) The crown prosecution guidelines and grossly offensive comments: an analysis. Journal of Media Law, 9 (2). 173 - 188.

Boylan, J, Brammer, AK, Krishnadas, J, Patel, P and Lingam, L (2016) Time for justice, time for change! The place of academic and community partnerships in promoting local and global rights and challenging injustice. Ethics and Social Welfare. 1 - 12.

Bradney, A ORCID: (2021) The Tower. Amicus Curiae, 2 (3). 352 - 370.

Bradney, A ORCID: (2019) Who controls university legal education? The Case of England and Wales. In: Imperatives for Legal Education Research: Then, Now and Tomorrow. Routledge, London, 143 - 158 (15).

Bradney, A ORCID: (2018) The success of university law schools in England and Wales: or how to fail. The Law Teacher, 52 (4). 490 -498.

Bradney, AGD ORCID: and Cownie, F (2020) The Changing Position of Legal Academics in the United Kingdom: Professionalization or Proletarianisation? Journal of Law and Society, 47. pp. 227-243.

Bradney, AGD ORCID: and Cownie, F (2020) The Changing Position of Legal Academics in the United Kingdom: Professionalization or Proletarianization? Journal of Law and Society, 47 (S2). S227-S243.

Brammer, AK (2014) Carers and the Mental Capacity Act 2005: Angels Permitted, Devils Prosecuted? Criminal Law Review. pp. 589-606.


Cammiss, S, Hayes, G and Doherty, BJA ORCID: (2021) Necessity, Non‐Violent Direct Activism, and the Stansted 15: Reasserting ‘Hoffmann's Bargain’. The Modern Law Review.

Cao, Wei Wei (2012) The role of law in promoting reproductive autonomy: English and Chinese regulatory models of abortion. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Cockburn, T and Fay, M (2019) Consent to Innovative Treatment. Law, Innovation and Technology.

Cocks, RCJ (2012) Dewigged, Bothered, and Bewildered: British Colonial Judges on Trial, 1800-1900 (Book review). Journal of Legal History, 33 (2). pp. 243-246.

Cocks, RCJ (2013) Law's History: American Legal Thought and the Transatlantic Turn to History (Book review). Journal of Legal History, 34 (3). pp. 329-331.

Cocks, RCJ (2004) Sir Henry Maine: a Study in Victorian jurisprudence. Cambridge Studies in English Legal History . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ? - ? (232).

Cook, Dee M (1988) Rich law, poor law: differential response to tax and supplementary benefit fraud. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Corcoran, M ORCID: (2021) Finding the Eye of the Octopus: the Limits of Regulating Outsourced Offender Probation in England and Wales. Revue française de civilisation britannique (XXVI-2).

Corcoran, M ORCID:, Albertson, K and Phillips, J (2020) Conclusion: what has been learned? In: Policy Press/Briston University Press, pp. 325-330.

Corcoran, M ORCID:, Albertson, K and Phillips, J (2020) Introduction: marketisation and privatisation in criminal justice - an overview. In: Marketisation and Privatisation in Criminal Justice. Policy Press/Briston University Press.

Corcoran, MS ORCID: (2021) La crise de l’accès à la justice en Angleterre et au Pays de Galles : état du tiers secteur dans le domaine du conseil juridique. Proceedings: The third sector in the United Kingdom and in France.. (In Press)

Cotter, J ORCID: (2022) Broberg and Fenger on Preliminary References to the European Court of Justice, 3rd edn. EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW, 47 (4). 586 - 588.

Cotter, J ORCID: (2013) The German Federal Constitutional Court and welfare benefits for asylum seekers: Consequences for the direct provision and dispersal scheme in Ireland? Irish Law Times.

Cotter, J ORCID: (2017) "Keep Calm and Carry on': EU Legal Developments in 2016. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 55 (S1). 88 - 101.

Cotter, J ORCID: (2022) To Everything There is a Season: Instrumentalising Article 10 TEU to Exclude Undemocratic Member State Representatives from the European Council and the Council. European Law Review, 47 (1). pp. 69-84.

Cotter, J ORCID: (2014) When the Court can Reverse its Decision. Bar Review.

Cotter, J ORCID: and Dewhurst, E (2019) Lessons from Roman law: EU law in England and Wales after Brexit. The Law Teacher, 53 (2). 173 - 188.

Cotter, J ORCID: and Butler, G (2020) Just Say No! Appeals Against Orders for a Preliminary Reference. European Public Law, 26 (3). pp. 615-642.

Cownie, F ORCID: and Jones, E (2021) Blackstone's Tower in Context. Amicus Curiae, 2 (3). pp. 314-333.

Cownie, FC (2015) The United Kingdom's First Woman Law Professor: An Archerian Analysis. Journal of Law and Society, 42 (1). pp. 127-149.

Cownie, FC and Bradney, AGD ORCID: (2017) An Examined Life: Research into University Legal Education in the United Kingdom and the Journal of Law and Society. Journal of Law and Society, 44 (S1). S129-S143.

Coyle, SM ORCID: (2021) ‘“It’s OK not to be OK”: Using Mentimeter to Engage First Year Law Students in their Wellbeing’. Journal of Academic Development and Education.

Coyle, SM ORCID: (2022) You Can’t Have Your Cake: A Queer-Informed View of Religious Conscientious Exemptions from Equality Law. Keele Law Review, 4. 42 - 57 (15).

Coyle, SM ORCID: and Gibbons-Jones, H (2022) “Make Glorious Mistakes!” Fostering growth and wellbeing in HE transition. The Law Teacher, 56 (1). pp. 37-53.

Coyle, SM ORCID: (2021) The Queer, the Cross and the Closet: Religious Exceptions in Equality Law as State-Sponsored Homophobia. Laws, 10 (4). 83 - 83.

Coyle, Stella Maria ORCID: (2021) Using Mentimeter to Engage First Year Law Students in Wellbeing Awareness. Journal of Academic Development and Education (13).

Coyle, Stella Maria ORCID: (2017) The queer, the cross and the closet: a critique of rights discourse in conflicts between religious belief and sexual orientation. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Cushing, KG ORCID: (2017) Monastic Centres of Law? Some evidence from 11th Century Italy. In: From Learning to Love: Schools, Law, and Pastoral Care in the Middle Ages Essays in Honour of Joseph W. Goering. Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 315 - 325.


Dagan, Yaar ORCID: (2023) Drones, settler colonialism and the law. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Dalwai, Sameena (2012) Performing caste: the ban on bar dancing in Mumbai. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Day, A-M ORCID: (2022) ‘It’s a hard balance to find’: the perspectives of youth justice practitioners in England on the place of ‘risk’ in an emerging ‘child first’ world. Probation Quarterly, 24. 29 - 34.

Day, A-M ORCID:, Clark, A and Hazel, N (2023) Hearing from justice-involved, care experienced children: what are their experiences of residential care environments and regimes? Journal of Children's Services, 18 (1). pp. 47-60.

Day, A-M ORCID: (2022) Disabling and Criminalising systems? Understanding the experiences and challenges facing incarcerated, neurodivergent children in the education and youth justice systems in England. Forensic Science International, 3 (100102).

Day, A-M ORCID: (2022) ‘It’s a Hard Balance to Find’: The Perspectives of Youth Justice Practitioners in England on the Place of ‘Risk’ in an Emerging ‘Child-First’ World. Youth Justice. 147322542210752 - 147322542210752.

Doherty, BJA ORCID: and Hayes, G (2015) The Courts: Criminal Trials as Strategic Arenas. In: Breaking Down the State: Protesters Engaged. Amsterdam University Press, 27 - 51.

Dove, ES, Chico, V, Fay, M, Laurie, G, Lucassen, AM and Postan, E (2019) Familial genetic risks: how can we better navigate patient confidentiality and appropriate risk disclosure to relatives? Journal of Medical Ethics, 45 (8). pp. 504-507.

Drake, DH and Henley, A (2013) Victims versus offenders in British political discourse: the construction of a false dichotomy. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 53 (2). 141 - 157.

de Sabbata, K (2020) Dementia, Treatment Decisions, and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities. A New Framework for Old Problems. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11.


Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID: (2017) Beyond patents: Scientific knowledge, and access to vaccine. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health, 3 (1). pp. 64-73.

Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID: (2018) Operationalizing the Right to Health through the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework. Global Health Governance, XII (1). 22 -34.

Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID: (2017) The Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework: a viable procurement option for developing states? Medical Law International, 17 (4). pp. 227-248.

Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID: and Burci, G-L (2021) Preparing for the Next Pandemic: the International Health Regulations and World Health Organization during COVID-19. In: Yearbook of International Disaster Law. Brill.

Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID: and McArdle, S (2017) Accountability, international law, and the World Health Organization: A need for reform? Global Health Governance, XI (1). 27 - 40.

Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID:, McArdle, S and Upshur, R (2018) Inter-Institutional Relationships in Global Health: Regulating Coordination and Ensuring Accountability. Global Health Governance.

Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID:, Phelan, A and Katz, R (2019) Preparing for the Next Pandemic — The WHO’s Global Influenza Strategy. New England Journal of Medicine, 381 (23). 2192 - 2194.

Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID: and Upton, H (2021) International Collaboration to Ensure Equitable Access to Vaccines for COVID‐19: The ACT‐Accelerator and the COVAX Facility. The Milbank Quarterly.

Ellison, S, Weston, SK, Dugdale, S, Ward, J and Davies, G (2016) A qualitative exploration of UK prisoners’ experiences of substance misuse and mental health difficulties, and the Breaking Free Health and Justice interventions. Journal of Drug Issues, 46 (3). pp. 198-215.

Emerton, Robyn (2018) Transgender prisoners: law, prison administration, and the emerging tension between human rights and risk. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Emmerich, F ORCID: and Adams, F ORCID: (2021) Caring, not carceral expansion! We need to transcend carcerality and embrace a politics of care. Prison, Punishment, and Detention EG Working Group Newsletter, March (13).

Emmerich, F ORCID: and Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Coronavirus and the homeless: Why increasing police powers is not the answer. Keele.

Emmerich, F ORCID: and Adams, F ORCID: (2021) Nurture, Pleasure and Read and Resist!: Abolition Feminist Methodology for a Collective Recovery? Feminist Legal Studies.

Emmerich, F ORCID: and Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Putting more people in cages! That’s how we build our way out of the pandemic. Medium.


Fassam, L and Dani, S ORCID: (2017) A conceptual understanding of criminality and integrity challenges in food supply chains. British Food Journal, 119 (1). 67 - 83.

Faulkner, E and Nyamutata, C (2020) The Decolonisation of Children's Rights and the Colonial Contours of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 28 (1). 66 - 88.

Faulkner, EA ORCID: (2018) The Victim, the Villain and the Rescuer: the trafficking of women and contemporary abolition. Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (21). 1 - 14.

Fay, M ORCID: (2014) Medical Law: A Very Short Introduction. MEDICAL LAW REVIEW, 23 (1). 163 - 164.

Fay, M ORCID: (2015) Publication Review - Medial Law: A Very Short Introduction. Medical Law Review, 23 (1).

Fay, M ORCID: and Skipper, Y ORCID: (2022) “I was able to ask for help when I became stressed rather than sitting alone and struggling”: psychology and law students’ views of the impact of identity and community on mental wellbeing. The Law Teacher, 56 (1). pp. 20-36.

Fay, M ORCID: and Skipper, Y ORCID: (2023) The relationship between the sense of belonging, mental wellbeing and stress in students of law and psychology in an English University. European Journal of Legal Education. (In Press)

Fay, M (2017) Cousins, Genetic Diagnosis and Liability of Clinicians: Smith & Another v University of Leicester NHS Trust [2016] EWHC 817 (QB). Medical Law Review, 25 (1). pp. 672-683.

Fay, M (2017) Genetic Risks, Disclosure and Foreseeable Harm: An unanswered question after ABC v St George's Healthcare. Tort Law Review.

Fay, M (2016) Negligence, Genetics and Families: A Duty to Disclose Actionable Risks. Medical Law International, 16 (3/4). pp. 115-142.

Fay, M. and Tarafdar, S. (2018) ‘Freedom of Information and Data Protection Acts’. InnovAiT.

Featherstone, M ORCID: (2022) ‘Circulus Vitiosus Deus’: The Death Drive Now and Then. Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology.

Featherstone, M ORCID: (2020) Psychoanalysing the 21st Century: Introduction. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique, 33 (2). pp. 403-408.

Findlow, S ORCID: (2016) Local Citizenship in the Global Arena Educating for community participation and change. Routledge, ? - ? (176).

Floyd, Lucy (2019) Becoming a female solicitor: vocational professional training as a site of identity formation and professional socialisation. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Foden, M, Head, E, Katz-Gerro, T and Martens, L ORCID: (2021) Environment or Economy? Food Concerns and Sustainable Food Transitions in the UK. Sociology.

Freer, Elaine Abigail Odette (2016) Professional associations, agency, motivation and capacity for change: The case of social mobility and the Bar. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Gaspar Szilagyi, S (2015) The ‘Horizontal Direct Effect’ of EU International Agreements: Is the Court Avoiding a Clear Answer? Legal Issues of European Integration.

Gaspar Szilagyi, S (2020) Let us Not Forget about the Role of Domestic Courts in Settling Investor-State Disputes. The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals, 18 (3). pp. 389-415.

Gaspar Szilagyi, S (2013) What Constitutes ‘Failure to Notify’ National Measures? European Public Law, 19 (2). pp. 281-294.

Gaspar Szilagyi, S, Behn, D and Langford, M (2020) Adjudicating trade and investment disputes: convergence or divergence? Studies on International Courts and Tribunals . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Gayoye, M (2021) Why women judges really matter: The impact of women judges on property law outcomes in Kenya. Social & Legal Studies. 096466392110079 - 096466392110079.

Gayoye, M, Hunter, M, Manji, A, Matinda, M, Sekalala, S, Chaudhary, R, Lammasniemi, L, Munoth, S, Prabhat, D, Sen, J, Black, G, Cowan, S, Kennedy, C and Munro, VE (2021) Correction to: Feminist Judgments Projects at the Intersection. Feminist Legal Studies, 29 (2). 263 - 265.

Gerber, P, Raj, S ORCID:, Wilkinson, C and Langlois, A (2021) Protecting the rights of LGBTIQ people around the world: Beyond marriage equality and the decriminalisation of homosexuality. Alternative Law Journal.

Griffin, Samantha Jane Metztli ORCID: (2020) The ethical accommodation of patients’ religious beliefs in healthcare: a care respect framework prompted by examples from modern Paganism. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Guth, J, Cownie, F ORCID: and Jones, E (2021) Experiencing English Law Schools: the student perspective. Amicus Curiae, 2 (3). pp. 390-405.

Gáspár-Szilágyi, S and Pearson, A ORCID: (2021) Facebook with money: the rise of online brokerage platforms and vulnerable groups. Legal Studies. 1 - 19.

Gáspár-Szilágyi, S and Usynin, M (2020) Procedural Developments in Investment Arbitration. Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals, 19 (2). 269 - 303.


Habibi, R, Hoffman, SJ, Burci, GL, de Campos, TC, Chirwa, D, Cinà, M, Dagron, S, Eccleston-Turner, MR ORCID:, Forman, L, Gostin, LO, Meier, BM, Negri, S, Ooms, G, Sekalala, S, Taylor, A and Yamin, AE (2020) The Stellenbosch Consensus on Legal National Responses to Public Health Risks. International Organizations Law Review, 19 (1). 90 - 157.

Haley, M ORCID: (2022) Parking Rights and Conceptual Wrongs: The Ouster Principle Revisited. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer.

Haley, MA ORCID: (2013) Licences of Business Premises: Contract, Context and the Reach of Street v Mountford. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 64 (4). 425 - 442.

Haley, M ORCID: (2020) Compensation for Business Tenants: Mischief and Malady. Cambridge Law Journal, 79 (3). pp. 490-526.

Haley, MA ORCID: (2017) Section 61 of the Trustee Act 1925: A Judicious Breach of Trust? The Cambridge Law Journal, 76 (3). pp. 537-565.

Hammond, M ORCID:, Dryzek, J and Pickering, J (2019) Democracy in the Anthropocene. Contemporary Political Theory. pp. 127-141.

Harding, R and Tascioglu, E (2018) Supported Decision-Making from Theory to Practice: Implementing the Right to Enjoy Legal Capacity. Societies, 8 (2). 25 - 25.

Harding, R and Tascioglu, E ORCID: (2020) ‘That’s a bit of a minefield!’: Supported Decision-Making in Intellectually Disabled People’s Intimate Lives. In: Research Handbook on Gender, Sexuality and the Law. Edward Elgar, 256 - 270.

Henley, A (2014) Abolishing the stigma of punishments served. Criminal Justice Matters, 97 (1). 22 -23.

Higson-Bliss, L ORCID: (2022) Embedding the harm principle in online regulation: the old age concern of freedom of expression versus the right to privacy. In: SLSA 2022. (In Press)

Higson-Bliss, L ORCID: (2022) Prosecuting Communication Offences: Interpreting the Harms Model. Criminal Law Review. pp. 271-289.

Higson-Bliss, L ORCID: (2022) An abolitionist feminist approach to online abuse. In: SLSA 2022. (In Press)

Higson-Bliss, L ORCID: (2019) Students’ perceptions of assessed seminar performance in law. Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, 10 (1). 1 - 15.

Higson-Bliss, L ORCID: (2021) Trial of the State: Law and the Decline of Politics by Jonathan Sumption. London: Profile Books Ltd, 2019, 112 pp (£8.99 softback). ISBN 978-1-78-816373-6. Legal Studies. 1 - 4.

Holder, Samuel Dorn (2022) A genealogy of rights: emancipatory rights-claiming as a conscious act of freedom. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Huang, C-Y ORCID: and Shih, C-H (2020) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Eyewitness Identification Practice in Police Officers – A Self-Report Survey Study. Psychology, Crime and Law.

Hudson, KJ and Henley, A (2015) Disparities in public protection measures against sexual offending in England and Wales: an example of preventative injustice? Criminology and Criminal Justice, 15 (5). pp. 561-577.

Hughes, Carys (2017) A-Legal space as a political strategy : an analysis of constitutive power and democracy based on case studies from Latin America. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Hughes, JA ORCID: (2020) Advance euthanasia directives and the Dutch prosecution. Journal of Medical Ethics, 47 (4). pp. 253-256.

Hughes, JA (2016) Conscientious objection in healthcare: why tribunals might be the answer. Journal of Medical Ethics, 43 (4). pp. 213-217.

Hughes, JA ORCID: (2017) Conscientious objection, professional duty and compromise: A response to Savulescu and Schuklenk. Bioethics, 32 (2). 126 - 131.

Hughes, JA ORCID: (2020) Lockdown and levelling down: why Savulescu and Cameron are mistaken about selective isolation of the elderly. Journal of Medical Ethics, 46 (11). pp. 722-723.

Hughes, JA ORCID: and Jonas, M ORCID: (2020) Weighing Ethical Considerations in Proposed Non-Recent Child Sexual Abuse Investigations: A Response to Maslen and Paine’s Oxford CSA Framework. Criminal Justice Ethics.


Jacob, M (2014) Misconduct hunting: research integrity via law, science and technology. In: Knowledge, technology and law. Routledge.

Jacob, M (2016) On The Scope And Typology Of ‘Research Misconduct’: The Gaze Of The General Medical Council, 1990-2015. Medical Law Review, 24 (4). pp. 497-517.

Jacob, MA (2015) The relationship between the advancement of CAM knowledge and the regulation of biomedical research. In: Routledge Handbook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Routledge.

Jinana, Haider Hasan Ali (2020) The English torts of defamation and (false) privacy: analysing the impact of the overlap on defences, interim injunctions and damages. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Johal, HK, Finnerty, AM and Parsons, JA ORCID: (2022) "Harmful" Choices and Subjectivity: Against an Externalist Approach to Capacity Assessments. The American Journal of Bioethics, 22 (10). 78 - 81.

Johnson, Joseph (2019) What should be the role of social value in organ allocation decisions? Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Keren-Paz, T (2018) Compensating injury to autonomy in English negligence law: Inconsistent recognition. Medical Law Review, 26 (4). pp. 585-609.

Keren-Paz, T (2014) Injuries from unforeseeable risks which advance medical knowledge—a restitution-based justification for strict liability. European Journal of Tort Law, 2014.

Keren-Paz, T (2016) Liability for consequences, duty of care and the limited relevance of specific reliance: new insights on Bhamra v Dubb. Journal of Professional Negligence, 32 (1). pp. 48-65.

Keren-Paz, T and Wright, R (2018) Liability for mass sexual abuse. American Criminal Law Review, 56. pp. 185-234.

Krishnadas, J (2020) Feminist Legal Engagements towards a Transformative Justice. In: Leading Works in Law and Social Justice. Routledge, pp. 99-109. (Submitted)

Krishnadas, J (2019) From east to west, can feminist legal strategies be transformative? Post-disaster to everyday times of crisis. Jindal Global Law Review, 10 (2). pp. 247-268.

Krishnadas, JH and Taha Hayat, S (2020) Domestic Violence through the window of the Covid-19 Lockdown: A Public crisis embodied/exposed in the private/domestic sphere. Journal of Global Faultlines, 7 (1). 46 - 58.

Kyprianides, A, Bradford, B, Jackson, J, Stott, CJT ORCID: and Pósch, K (2021) Relational and instrumental perspectives on compliance with the law among people experiencing homelessness. Law and Human Behavior, 46 (1). pp. 1-14.


Lillie, AK, Corcoran, MS ORCID:, Read, S ORCID:, Santatzoglou, S, Wrigley, AJ ORCID: and Hunt, K (2016) P208 Supporting Death, Dying and Bereavement in the English Criminal Justice System: An Exploratory Qualitative Study. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 52 (6). 121 - 122.

Lillie, K, Corcoran, MS ORCID:, Hunt, K, Wrigley, AJ ORCID: and Read, S (2018) Encountering offenders in community palliative care settings: challenges for care provision. Int J Palliat Nurs, 24 (8). 368 - 375.

Lippens, RLG (2017) Angels, warriors, and beacons: Totemic law, territorial coding, and monumental sculpture in post-industrial landscapes. SEMIOTICA, 2017 (216). 225 - 248.

Lyddon, D ORCID: (2021) Strike ballots under the 2016 Trade Union Act: Unions mobilise to counter the latest legal onslaught. Industrial Relations Journal, 52 (6). 479 - 501.


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Martin, DE, Parsons, JA ORCID:, Caskey, FJ, Harris, DCH and Jha, V (2020) Ethics of kidney care in the era of COVID-19. Kidney International, 98 (6). 1424 - 1433.

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Wrigley, AJ (2015) Being human: the ethics, law, and scientific progress of genome editing. AQ - Australian Quarterly, 87 (1). pp. 3-8.

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