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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)

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

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


Bradney, A ORCID: (2018) The Success of University Law Schools in England and Wales: Or How to Fail. The Law Teacher, 52 (4). pp. 490-498.

Bradney, AGD ORCID: (2020) Who controls university legal education? The case of England and Wales. In: Imperatives for Legal Education Research: Then, Now and Tomorrow. Routledge, 143 -158. (In Press)

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.


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

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

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.


Day, A-M (2021) Children in prison during COVID-19: the new “double jeopardy”. Safer Communities.


Francis, AM (2015) Legal education, social mobility and employability: possible selves, curriculum intervention and the role of legal work experience. Journal of Law and Society, 42 (2). pp. 173-201. (Unpublished)


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

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

Hughes, JA and Jonas, MF (2015) Time and Crime: Which Cold-Case Investigations Should Be Reheated? Criminal Justice Ethics, 34 (1).


Jacob, M (2016) The Strikethrough: an Approach to Regulatory Writing and Professional Discipline. Legal Studies, 37 (1). pp. 137-161.

Janes, D (2015) The scene of the crime: police photographs, visual culture and sexuality. Legal Information Management, 15 (1). pp. 15-18.


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


Moreton, K and Fox, M (2015) Re MB (An Adult :Medical Treatment) [1997] and St George's Healthcare NHS Trust v S [1998]: The Dilemma of the 'Court Ordered' Caesarean. In: Landmark cases in medical law. Hart Publishing, Oxford, 145 -174.

Myatt, L (2016) Brexit: a rule of law under consideration. Under Construction @Keele, 3 (1). pp. 7-13.


Nehushtan, Y and Ahmed, F (2020) The Immorality and Illegality of Fast-Track Public Services. Keele Law Review, 1. 116 -122.

Nisar, Ahsan (2021) Does Abortion Violate the Right to Life of Unborn Babies? Journal of Academic Development and Education (13).


Paton, C ORCID: (2020) Insouciance and inexperience: A deadly combination when dealing with COVID-19. International Journal of Health Planning and Management.

Pritchard-Jones, LG (2016) "This Man with Dementia" - 'Othering' the Person with Dementia in the Court of Protection. Medical Law Review, 24 (4). pp. 518-543.


Ramezankhah, F and Brammer, AK (2019) The interface between the Care Act 2014 and asylum law: exclusions and innovations. In: The Care Act 2014: Wellbeing in Practice. Learning Matters, London. (In Press)

Richardson, V and Brammer, A (2020) Mothers of children removed under a care order: outcomes and experiences. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 42 (3). 360 - 376.

Roebuck, J (2014) Judicial Review of Conviction for Assault Where Charge Alleges Assault by Beating: R (Kracher) v Leicester Magistrates Court [2013] EWHC 4627 (Admin). Journal of Criminal Law, 78 (4). 283 -285.

Roebuck, J (2010) Legal Responses to HIV and AIDS – By James Chalmers (Book Review). Legal Studies, 30 (2). 334 -337.

Roebuck, J (2014) R v Golding [2014] EWCA Crim 889: Criminal Liability for Transmission of Herpes Simplex Virus. Journal of Criminal Law, 78 (4). 294 -299.

Roebuck, J (2010) Reaching the Bar. Counsel, 2010 (Sep). 10 -10.

Roebuck, J (2012) Sentencing in the Context of Public Disorder: R v Blackshaw [2011] EWCA Crim 2312. Journal of Criminal Law, 76 (1). 15 -18.

Roebuck, J (2012) Terrorism and the Law – By Clive Walker (Book review). Legal Studies, 32 (1). 166 -172.

Romanis, EC, Mullock, A and Parsons, JA ORCID: (2022) The Excessive Regulation of Early Abortion Medication in the UK: The Case for Reform. Medical Law Review, 30 (1). 4 - 32.


Sharpe, A (2017) The Ethicality of the Demand for (Trans)Parency in Sexual Relations. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 43 (2). pp. 1-23.

Sharpe, A (2016) The Poverty of Gender Critical Feminism (Blog Post). Inherently Human: Critical Perspectives on Law, Gender and Sexuality.

Sharpe, A (2017) 'Queering Judgement: the case of gender identity fraud'. Journal of Criminal Law, 81 (5). pp. 417-435.

Sharpe, A (2016) 'Stop Me if You Think You've Heard This One Before': The Stranglehold of the ‘Gender Fraud’ Narrative (Blog Post). Inherently Human: Critical Perspectives on Law, Gender & Sexuality.

Sharpe, A (2017) Taking to Task: Left Liberal Opposition to Greening's Gender Recognition Reforms. Inherently Human: Critical Perspectives on Law Gender and Sexuality.

Sunil Raj, S ORCID: and Dunne, P (2021) Coming Inside and/or Playing Outside: The (Legal) Futures of LGBTIQ Rights in the United Kingdom. In: The Queer Outside in Law: Recognising LGBTIQ People in the United Kingdom. Palgrave, pp. 233-271.


Ui Chonnachtaigh, S (2016) Ethical Commentary— A Necessarily Feminist Critique of the Judgments. In: Ethical judgments: re-writing medical law. Hart Publishing, 248 - 254.


Varney, E ORCID: (2020) Agency Contracts and the Scope of the Incapacity Defence in English Contract Law: A Topic too Hot to Handle? Journal of Business Law, 5. pp. 382-402.

Varney, E ORCID: (2020) The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and English Contract Law: A Tale of Unfinished Bridges? King's Law Journal.


Wasik, M (2018) Bereavement as a Mitigating Factor. Criminal Law Review.

Wasik, M (2019) Reflections on the Manslaughter Sentencing Guidelines. Criminal Law Review, 2019 (4). pp. 315-332.

Wasik, M (2017) Time to Repeal the Firearms Minimum Sentence Provision. Criminal Law Review, 2017 (3). pp. 203-212.

Wasik, M and Brammer, AK (2016) ‘The changing face of youth justice’. In: Critical Issues in Social Work Law. Macmillan Education UK, 100 - 116 (176).

Westwood, SL (2015) Complicating Kinship and Inheritance: Older Lesbians’ and Gay Men’s Will-Writing in England. Feminist Legal Studies, 23 (2). 181 -197.

Wrigley, AJ ORCID: (2021) Euthanasia as life-extension. In: Regulating the End of Life: Death Rights. Routledge.

Wrigley, AJ ORCID: and Newson, A (2021) Genetic Modification. Routledge Encycolpedia of Philosophy.

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