Mason, M. and Vaughan, S. 2017. Sexuality at the Bar: An Empirical Exploration into the Experiences of LGBT+ Barristers in England & Wales. London University College London.
Clayton Thompson, J. 2017. All-or-Nothing: Capacity, Vulnerability and Autonomy. Westminster Law School Seminar Series. University of Westminster, London 30 - 30 Nov 2017
Webley, L. 2017. When is mediation mediatory and when is it really adjudicatory? Religion, Norms and decision-making. in: Bano, S. (ed.) Gender and Justice in Family Law Disputes: Women, Mediation, and Religious Arbitration University Press of New England.
Clayton Thompson, J. 2016. Law, Rights and Reproduction: Reproductive Autonomy in Ethical Rationalism. PhD thesis University of Westminster Law
Webley, L. 2016. Stumbling Blocks in Empirical Legal Research: Case Study Research. Law and Method. doi:10.5553/REM/.000020
Webley, L. 2016. Interception of communications and legal professional privilege and the rule of law. Legal Ethics. 19 (1), pp. 173-176. doi:10.1080/1460728x.2016.1193954
Webley, L. and Duff, L. 2016. Diversity and Inclusion As the Key to Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms? in: Mottershead, T. (ed.) Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms National Association for Law Placement. pp. 235-254
Webley, L. 2016. Legal Writing (4th edition). Abingdon Routledge.
Webley, L., Tomlinson, J., Muzio, D., Sommerlad, H. and Duff, L. 2016. Access to a Career in the Legal Profession in England and Wales: Race, Class, and the Role of Educational Background. in: Headworth, S., Nelson, R.L., Dinovitzer, R. and Wilkins, D.B. (ed.) Diversity In Practice: Race, Gender, and Class in Legal and Professional Careers Cambridge Cambridge University Press. pp. 198-225
Webley, L. 2015. European Citizenship, Freedom, Security, Justice and Equality. in: European Citizenship Challenges and Opportunities Porto Portugal Universidade Catolica Editora Porto. pp. 143-162
Webley, L. and Samuels, H. 2015. Complete Public Law Text, Cases and Materials, 3rd edition. Oxford Oxford University Press.
Mason, M. 2015. Making way for change at the Bar: The practical implications of the new Bar Standards Board Handbook. Journal of Professional Negligence. 31 (3), pp. 139-155.
Webley, L. 2015. When is a Family Lawyer, a Lawyer? in: Mavis Maclean, John Eekalaar and Bastard Benoit (ed.) Delivering Family Justice in the 21st Century Oxford, UK Hart. pp. 305-321
Webley, L. 2015. Legal Professional De(Re)Regulation, Equality, and Inclusion, and the Contested Space of Professionalism Within the Legal Market in England and Wales. Fordham Law Review. 83 (5), pp. 2349-2367.
Webley, L. 2014. The Former Legal Director of the London Times, Legal Professional Privilege and the Duty Not to Mislead the Court in England and Wales. Legal Ethics. 17 (2), pp. 310-312.
Mason, M. 2014. Room at the inns: the increased scope of regulation under the new Bar Standards Board Handbook for England and Wales. Legal Ethics. 17 (1), pp. 143-147. doi:10.5235/1460728X.17.1.143
Webley, L. 2013. Legal Writing (3rd Edition). London, UK Routledge.
Webley, L. 2013. United Kingdom: What Robinson v Solicitors Regulation Authority Tells Us about the Contested Terrain of Race and Disciplinary Processes. Legal Ethics. 16 (1), pp. 236-241. doi:10.5235/1460728X.1.1.236
Webley, L. and Samuels, H. 2012. Complete Public Law: Text, Cases and Materials (2nd Edition). Oxford, UK Oxford University Press.
Webley, L. 2012. The Legal Education Training Review: Correspondent’s Report from the United Kingdom. Legal Ethics. 15 (1), pp. 140-141. doi:10.5235/146072812801292773
Webley, L. 2012. Legal Ethics and the Legal Education Training Review: Correspondent’s Report from the United Kingdom. Legal Ethics. 15 (2), pp. 402-404.
Webley, L. 2012. Gender, Hierarchy, Power and Inequality: What Sociological Theory Adds to our Understanding of Sex-Discrimination. Westminster Law Review . 1 (1), pp. 37-42.
Webley, L. 2011. Law Students as Peer Mentors: Developing the Reflective Practitioner and/or Embedding Legal Learning: Correspondent’s Report from the United Kingdom. Legal Ethics. 14 (2), pp. 250-251.