|College||Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|Head||Ms Elizabeth Duff|
Anderson, A., Foster, M., Lambert, H. and McAdam, J. 2019. Imminence in Refugee and Human Rights Law: A Misplaced Notion for International Protection. International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 68 (1), pp. 111-140. doi:10.1017/S0020589318000398
Pedamon, C. and Vassileva, R. 2019. The “Duty to Cooperate” in English and French Contract Law: One Channel, Two Distinct Views. Journal of Comparative Law . 14 (1).
Flacks, S. 2019. Dangerous drugs, dangerous mothers: Gender, responsibility and the problematisation of parental substance use. Critical Social Policy. 39 (3), pp. 477-497. doi:10.1177/0261018318795573
Phillips, O. 2019. The Reach of a Skirt in Southern Africa: Claims to Law and Custom in Protecting and Patrolling Relations of Gender and Sexuality. in: Miller, A. and Roseman, M. (ed.) Beyond Virtue and Vice: International Human Rights and the Criminal Regulation of Sexuality, Gender and Reproduction Philadelphia, Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania Press.
Glinavos, I. 2019. To ISDS or not to ISDS: A question of legitimacy in dispute resolution. in: A brand new world: the evolution and future of arbitration London Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).
Brooks, V. 2019. Interrupting the courtroom organism: screaming bodies, material affects and the theatre of cruelty. Law, Culture and the Humanities. 15 (2), pp. 332-351. doi:10.1177/1743872114543767
Brooks, V. Samantha's Suffering: why sex machines should have rights too. The Conversation.
de Silva-Wijeyeratne, R. Buddhist cosmological forms and the situation of total terror in Sri Lanka’s ethnic civil war. in: Kapferer, B. (ed.) State, Resistance, Transformation: Anthropological Perspectives on the Dynamics of Power in Contemporary Global Realities London Sean Kingston Publishing. pp. 231-264
Kathrani, P. Research Target and Strategies.
De Hert, P., Smis, S. and Holvoet, M. (ed.) 2018. Convergences and Divergences Between International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law. Intersentia.
De Hert, P., Smis, S. and Holvoet, M. 2018. General Conclusions. in: De Hert, P., Smis, S. and Holvoet, M. (ed.) Convergences and Divergences Between International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law Intersentia. pp. 287-294
Inman, D., Smis, S. and Dorneles de Andrade, E. 2018. Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives on Land, Property and Ownership: A Case Study of the Munduruku Peoples. in: Brems, E. and Ouald-Chaib, S. (ed.) Fragmentation and Integration in Human Rights Law: Users’ Perspectives Cheltenham Edward Elgar Publishers. pp. 60-85
Inman, D., Smis, S., Amani Cirimwami, E. and Bahati Bahalaokwibuye, C. 2018. The (un)willingness to implement the recommendations of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: revisiting the Endorois and the Mamboleo decisions. African Human Rights Yearbook. 2, pp. 400-426. doi:10.29053/2523-1367/2018/v2n1a17
Inman, D., Cambou, D. and Smis, S. 2018. Evolving Legal Protections for Indigenous Peoples in Africa: Some Post-UNDRIP Reflections. African Journal of International and Comparative Law. 26 (3), pp. 339-365. doi:10.3366/ajicl.2018.0236
Smis, S. and Pacifique Muhindo, M. 2018. Réflexions sur la législation congolaise de mise en œuvre du Statut de Rome de la Cour pénale internationale. Revue de droit pénal et de criminologie. 98 (1), pp. 4-40.
Chronopoulou, A. and Tôrres, A.N. 2018. Taxation on Consumption in Brazil and Gendered Aspects. in: Frenkel, D.A. (ed.) Old Issues: New Perspectives Athens, Greece ATINER. pp. 107-121
Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas 2018. To Have To Do With The Law: An Essay. in: Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas (ed.) The Routledge Research Handbook on Law & Theory Routledge.
Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas (ed.) 2018. The Routledge Research Handbook on Law and Theory. Routledge.
Casinader, Niranjan, de Silva-Wijeyeratne, Roshan and Godden, Lee 2018. From sovereignty to modernity: revisiting the Colebrooke-Cameron Reforms – transforming the Buddhist and colonial imaginary in nineteenth century Ceylon. Comparative Legal History. 16 (1), pp. 34-64. doi:10.1080/2049677X.2018.1469273
Lazowski, A. 2018. The Sky Is Not the Limit: Mutual Trust and Mutual Recognition aprés Aranyosi and Căldăraru. Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy. 2018 (14), pp. 1-30. doi:10.3935/cyelp.14.2018.313
Alhejaili, M. 2018. Mapping CSR in a Saudi Banking Context. PhD thesis University of Westminster College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Westminster Law School
Taylor, N. and Freeman, M. 2018. Outcomes for Objecting Children under the 1980 Convention. The Judges' Newsletter. XXII, pp. 8-12.
Freeman, M. 2018. The voices of children and young people in decisions affecting their lives. University of Westminster.
Bacquet, S. 2018. Striking a Balance: Restoring a neglected leading work . in: Sandberg, R. (ed.) Leading Works in Law and Religion Abingdon, Oxon, England Routledge. pp. 20-31
Sorrento, M.P. 2018. To what extent does the new American crime film reflect hybridity of genre? PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster Law School
Creutzfeldt, N. and Steffek, F. 2018. Zwischenbericht zur Funktionsweise der Allgemeinen Verbraucherschlichtungsstelle. German government website Deutscher Bundestag.
Pavoni, A., Mandic, D., Nirta, C. and Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas (ed.) 2018. Law and the Senses: See. London University of Westminster.
Koroye, E. 2018. An Analysis of Basel III as a Prophylactic. MPhil thesis University of Westminster Westminster Law School
D'Souza, R. 2018. The October Revolution and Anti-Colonial Movements in South Asia. Economic and Political Weekly. LIII (43), pp. 46-58.
Voiculescu, Aurora 2018. Intersecting Spheres of Analysis in Business and Human Rights: Developing a new Socio-Legal Research Agenda and Methodology for UN Guiding Principles No. 9. Nordic Journal of Human Rights. 36 (4), pp. 333-352. doi:10.1080/18918131.2018.1547524
D'Souza, R. and Tirmizey, K.A. 2018. The Ghadar Movement: Why socialists should learn about it. Socialist Studies: Journal of the Society for Socialist Studies. 13 (2), pp. 2-14. doi:10.18740/ss27269
D'Souza, R. 2018. The Conceptual World of the Ghadarites. Socialist Studies: Journal of the Society for Socialist Studies. 13 (2), pp. 15-37. doi:10.18740/ss27241
Law, M. 2018. The Chagos request: Does it herald a rejuvenation of the International Court of Justice’s advisory function? The Queen Mary Law Journal. Spring 2018 (IX), pp. 25 - 48.
Longobardo, M. 2018. Rapporti fra strumenti di codificazione: il Progetto di Articoli sulla Responsabilità degli Stati e le convenzioni di diritto umanitario. Rivista di Diritto Internazionale. 101, pp. 1136-1163.
Alissa, A. 2018. Islamic Mortgages: A Comparative Study to Improve the Legal and Financial System of Mortgages in the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with a Regulatory Analysis of the US and UK, and Case Analyses of the UK, Sharjah, Dubai and Saudi Arabia. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster Law School
Longobardo, M. 2018. The Contribution of International Humanitarian Law to the Development of the Law of International Responsibility Regarding Obligations Erga Omnes and Erga Omnes Partes. Journal of Conflict and Security Law. 23 (3), p. 383–404. doi:10.1093/jcsl/kry026
Longobardo, M. 2018. The Use of Armed Force in Occupied Territory. Cambridge University Press.
Osborn, G. and James, M. 2018. Pliant Bodies: Generic event laws and the normalisation of the exceptional. Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal.
Bunbury, S. 2018. Disability in higher education: do reasonable adjustments contribute to an inclusive curriculum? International Journal of Inclusive Education. Advanced online publication. doi:10.1080/13603116.2018.1503347
Pedamon, C. 2018. The New French Contract Law and Its Impact on Commercial Law: Good Faith, Unfair Contract Terms and Hardship. in: Heidemann, M. and Lee, J. (ed.) The Future of the Commercial Contract in Scholarship and Law Reform: European and Comparative Perspectives Springer.