|College||Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|Head||Ms Jane Stonestreet|
Nicol, D. 2021. "Are trans rights human rights? The case of gender self-ID". Public Law. July, pp. 480-489.
Nicol, D. 2019. "Bad business": capitalism and criminality in Agatha Christie's novels. Entertainment and Sports Law Journal. 17 (1) 6. https://doi.org/10.16997/eslj.230
Lazowski, A. 2015. "Darling you are not going anywhere": the right to exit in EU Law. European Law Review. 40 (6), pp. 877-894.
Nicol, D. 2020. "Doctor Who, Family and National Identity". Entertainment and Sports Law Journal. 18 (1) 4. https://doi.org/10.16997/eslj.255
Voiculescu, Aurora 2013. "Etiquette and magic": between embedding and embedded corporate social responsibility. Studies in Law, Politics, and Society. 62, pp. 189-216. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1059-4337(2013)0000062008
Kathrani, P. 2017. "Hello...But you're not human...?" Exploring the Possibility of Robot Free Speech Rights in the Future . In Search of the European Doctrine of the Freedom of Speech. Faculty of Law and Administration, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland 23 - 24 Mar 2017
Lambert, H. 2012. "Safe third country" in the European Union: an evolving concept in international law and implications for the UK. Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law. 26 (4), pp. 318-336.
Nicol, D. 2018. "The Politics and Law of Doctor Who": Special Issue of the Journal of Popular Television.
Inman, D., Smis, S. and Cambou, D. 2013. "We will remain idle no more": the shortcomings of Canada’s ‘Duty to Consult’ indigenous peoples. Goettingen Journal of International Law. 5 (1), pp. 251-285.
Franke, A. and Nicol, D. 2018. 'Don't make me go back': post-feminist retreatism in Doctor Who. Journal of Popular Television. 6 (2), pp. 197-211. https://doi.org/10.1386/jptv.6.2.197_1
Kathrani, P. 2017. 'Kandinsky-fying’ the law: A translaborative use of abstract art in the law classroom. Translation and Translanguaging in Multilingual Contexts. 3 (3), p. 370–387. https://doi.org/10.1075/ttmc.3.3.06kat
Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas 2014. 'Lighter-than-air: the law of the anthropocene’, Art catalogue text for Tomas Saraceno’s Monument to the Anthropocene. UNKNOWN.
Kathrani, P. 2018. 'Please Alexa': are we beginning to recognise the rights of intelligent machines? The Conversation.
Kathrani, P. 2018. 'Robot Rights, Now!?’ A Conversation on the Possibility of ‘Machine Rights'.
Boon, A. and Whyte, A. 2021. 'Trusted to the Ends of the Earth?’ An Analysis of Solicitors’ Disciplinary Processes in England and Wales from 1994 to 2015. International Journal of the Legal Profession. 28 (2), pp. 129-157. https://doi.org/10.1080/09695958.2021.1889560
Roberts, S. 2003. 'Unsafe' convictions: defining and compensating miscarriages of justice. Modern Law Review. 66 (3), pp. 441-451. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-2230.6603007
Phillips, O. 2004. (Dis)Continuities of custom in Zimbabwe and South Africa: the implications for gendered and sexual rights. Health and Human Rights: an international journal. 7 (2), pp. 82-113.
Longobardo, M. 2017. (New) Cyber Exploitation and (Old) International Humanitarian Law. Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht. 77, pp. 809-834.
Creutzfeldt, N. and Chakraborty, S. 2011. 2010 Meltdown – Airport Closure Risk Communications in London and NYC . European Journal of Risk Regulation. 2 (1), pp. 108-110.
Phillips, O. 2005. A brief introduction to the relationship between sexuality and rights. Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law. 33 (2), pp. 451-466.
Roberts, M., Newman, P., Bailey, Nick, Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Edmundson, T. 2002. A continental ambience? A study of the urban management of mixed-use entertainment neighbourhoods in northern European cities. London, UK Institute of Alcohol Studies.
Roberts, M., Turner, C., Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2006. A continental ambience? Lessons in managing alcohol-related evening and night-time entertainment from four European capitals. Urban Studies. 43 (7), pp. 1105-1125. https://doi.org/10.1080/00420980600711423
Glinavos, I. 2014. A crisis beyond law, or a crisis of law? Reflections on the European economic crisis. European Journal of Law Reform. 2014 (4), pp. 679-691.
Kathrani, P. 2009. A decade of change: a case for global morality, dialogue and transnational trust building. Jurisprudence. 4 (118), pp. 97-104.
Samuels, H. 2004. A defining moment: a feminist perspective on the law of sexual harassment in the workplace in the light of the Equal Treatment Amendment Directive. Feminist Legal Studies. 12 (2), pp. 181-211. https://doi.org/10.1023/B:FEST.0000043307.48041.64
Economou, D., Doumanis, I., Bouki, V., Pedersen, F.S., Kathrani, P., Mentzelopoulos, M. and Georgalas, N. 2014. A dynamic role-playing platform for simulations in legal and political education. International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning (IMCL). Thessaloniki 13 Nov 2014 IEEE . https://doi.org/10.1109/IMCTL.2014.7011138
Lambert, H. 2008. A European protection jurisprudence: is it achievable, is it desirable? International Association of Refugee Law Judges European Conference. Berlin 29 Sep 2008
D'Souza, R. 2012. A fleeting moment in times of cognitive dissonance: foreword and introductory essay. in: Malathy, N. (ed.) A fleeting moment in my country: the last years of the LTTE de facto state Atlanta, GA Clarity Press. pp. 13-23
McClean, E. and Kilkelly, U. 2004. A Guide to the Childrens Act, 2001. Dublin, Ireland National Childrens Office.
Samuels, H. 2007. A human rights campaign? The campaign to abolish child slavery in Hong Kong 1919-1938. Journal of Human Rights. 6 (3), pp. 361-384. https://doi.org/10.1080/14754830701560764
Kathrani, P. Vega Gutiérrez Ana María (ed.) 2017. A Human Rights-Based Approach in Higher Education: A Comparative Study of Europe and the Maghreb. Spain Thomson Reuters.
Lambert, H. 2004. A missed opportunity? EU law and asylum in the 21st century. in: Tridimas, T. and Nebbia, P. (ed.) European law for the twenty-first century: rethinking the new legal order Oxford Hart.
Samuels, H. 2020. A National Treasure? The Role of Civil Society in Promoting and Enforcing Human Rights in the United Kingdom. Journal of Human Rights Practice. 12 (3), p. 711–729. https://doi.org/10.1093/jhuman/huaa046
Brooks, V. 2020. A Recipe for Shocking the Urban Body . Lo Squaderno - Explorations in Space and Society . 56 (0), pp. 57-60.
Chronopoulou, A. 2016. A Renegotiations of Status? Neo-tribal Sociality in the Barristers' Profession in England. in: Frenkel, D.A. (ed.) Selected Issues in Modern Jurisprudence Athens, Greece ATINER. pp. 179-190
Webley, L. and Bacquet, S. 2006. A review of how other countries provide information and advice to the vulnerable on consumer and social issues. London, UK DTI. https://doi.org/URN06/1871
Kathrani, P. 2016. A sociolegal approach to the refugee crisis, public partnerships and making use of human capital. Creativity in the Circular Economy . University of Westminster, London, UK 24 Mar 2016
Lambert, H. 2008. A transnational legal order and European refugee law. International Conference of the Refugee Law Reader: "Dynamics of Refugee Protection in an Era of Globalization". Brussels 12 - 14 Dec 2008
Creutzfeldt, N. 2016. A voice for change? Trust relationships between ombudsmen, individuals and public service providers. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. 38 (4), pp. 460-479. https://doi.org/10.1080/09649069.2016.1239371
Anderson, A., Foster, M., Lambert, H. and McAdam, J. 2020. A well-founded fear of being persecuted ... but when? Sydney Law Review. 42 (2), pp. 155-181.