|College||Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|Head||Ms Elizabeth Duff|
Osborn, G. and James, M. (In press). Recalibrating legal norms: The IOC, leverage and defining Olympic Law. in: Routledge Handbook of Global Sports Law Routledge.
McClean, E. (In press). Human Security and International Law: the role of the United Nations. London Routledge.
Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas 2020. Ad Vitam Aeternam: a legal text that remains relevant. in: The Cabinet of Imaginary Laws London Routledge.
Fowler, A. 2020. Blog post: UK Accountability for War Crimes in Doubt. IELR Blog.
Spreeuw, M. 2020. The Application of the Principle of Mutual Recognition in EU Criminal Law Matters - Internally and Externally vis-à-vis Pre-Accession Policy. PhD thesis University of Westminster Westminster Law School
Fowler, A. 2020. More than just 'Protecting Veterans’: How the UK Government Plans to Get Rid of the ECHR in Overseas Operations. Verfassungsblog. doi:10.17176/20200331-133123-0
D'Souza, R. (In press). International law and development: From 'company raj' to global governance via indirect rule. in: Paliwala, A. and Adelman, S. (ed.) The Limits of Law and Development: Neoliberalism, Governance and Global Justice London Routledge.
Sancho, D. (In press). Litigation on Regulations Rome I and Rome II: Spain. in: Guinchard, E. (ed.) Rome I and Rome II Regulations in Practice Intersentia.
Sancho, D. (In press). Automated Decision-Making and Article 22 GDPR: Towards a more substantial regime for solely automatic decision-making. in: Ebers, M. and Navas, S. (ed.) Algorithms and Law Cambridge University Press.
Nicol, D. 2020. "Doctor Who, Family and National Identity". Entertainment and Sports Law Journal. 18 (1), p. 4 4. doi:10.16997/eslj.255
Samuels, H. 2020. The Archers, the Radio, Violence against Women and Changing the World at Teatime. feminists@law. 9 (2). doi:10.22024/UniKentfirstname.lastname@example.org
Chronopoulou, A. 2020. The "Non-favourite": Neo-tribal Sexualities on Celluloid. Athens Journal of Law. 6 (2), pp. 151-166. doi:10.30958/ajl.6-2-3
Kandelia, S. 2020. Capital punishment: Creating more victims? in: Loucks, N., Smith Holt, S. and Adler, J.R. (ed.) Why We Kill: Understanding Violence Across Cultures and Disciplines, Oxon Routledge. pp. 89-108
D'Souza, R. 2020. Reading Öcalan as a South Asian Woman. in: Building Free Life: Dialogues with Öcalan PM Press/Kairos. pp. 103-118
D'Souza, R. 2020. Wars Beyond the Armed Forces: Colonialism and Militarisation of Ethno-national Conflicts in Contemporary South Asia. in: Fernando, J.L. (ed.) Resistance to Empire and Militarization: Reclaiming the Sacred United Kingdom Equinox Publishing. pp. 25-44
Lazowski, A. 2020. Exporting cherries for the tops of cakes: The Charter of Fundamental Rights in domestic courts of the EU’s neighbourhood. in: Michal Bobek and Jaroslav Prasl (ed.) Ten Years of Charter of Fundamental Rights Hart Publishing.
Lazowski, A. 2020. Copy-pasting or Negotiating? Post-Brexit Trade Agreements between the UK and non-EU countries. in: The Routledge Handbook on the International Dimension of Brexit Routledge.
Creutzfeldt, N. and Kirkham, R. 2020. Understanding how and when change occurs in the administrative justice system: The ombudsman/ tribunal partnership developments in England. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. doi:10.1080/09649069.2020.1751931
Glinavos, I. 2020. Which Way Huawei? ISDS Options for Chinese Investors. in: Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy Springer.
Bunbury, S. 2020. An Analysis of the Service Provider’s Legal Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments: The Little Mix Saga. Entertainment and Sports Law Journal. 18 (1), pp. 1-9 2. doi:10.16997/eslj.231
Roscini, M. 2020. Intervention in XIXth century international law and the distinction between rebellions, insurrections and civil wars. Israel Yearbook on Human Rights. 50.
Anderson, A., Foster, M., Lambert, H. and McAdam, J. 2020. A well-founded fear of being persecuted ... but when? Sydney Law Review. 42 (2).
Freeman, M. and Taylor, N. 2020. Domestic Violence and Child Participation: Contemporary Challenge for the 1980 Hague Child Abduction Convention. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. 42 (2), pp. 154-175. doi:10.1080/09649069.2020.1751938
Duff, L. and Webley, L. (In press). Gender and the legal academy in the UK: a product of proxies and hiring and promotion practices. in: Auchmuty, R.S., Ulrike Schultz, U., Shaw, G.. and Thornton, M. (ed.) Gender and Careers in the Legal Academy UK Hart Publishing.
Longobardo, M. 2020. Book Review: Cyber Espionage and International Law (2018) by Russell Buchan. Israel Law Review. 53 (2), pp. 294-297. doi:1017/S0021223720000011
Creutzfeldt, N. 2020. Managing complaints: Focusing on users and non-users of the system. in: Kirkham, R. and Gill, C. (ed.) A Manifesto for Ombudsman Reform Palgrave Macmillan.
Brooks, V. 2019. Greer's 'bad sex' and the future of consent. Sexuality and Culture. 24, pp. 903-921. doi:10.1007/s12119-019-09671-x
Williams, J., Gill, C., Creutzfeldt, N. and Vivian, N. 2020. Participation as a Framework for Analysing Consumers’ Experiences of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Journal of Law and Society. doi:10.1111/jols.12224
Glinavos, I. 2020. Institutional Metamorphosis: The Backlash Against Independent Central Banking. in: Political Economy of Central Banking in Emerging Economies Routledge.
Osborn, G. and Greenfield, S. (In press). Flags of convenience? Sport & nationality at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. in: Chatziefstathiou, D., Garcia, B. and Seguin, B. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Routledge.
Gilchrist, P. and Osborn, G. 2020. Parkour and Street Culture: Conviviality, law and the negotiation of urban space. in: Ross, J. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Street Culture Oxon Routledge.
Longobardo, M. 2019. The Relevance of the Concept of Due Diligence for International Humanitarian Law. Wisconsin International Law Journal. 37 (1), pp. 44-87.
Bunbury, S. 2018. Disability in higher education: do reasonable adjustments contribute to an inclusive curriculum? International Journal of Inclusive Education. 24 (9), pp. 964-979. doi:10.1080/13603116.2018.1503347
Flacks, S. 2018. Law, necropolitics and the stop and search of young people. Theoretical Criminology. 24 (2), pp. 387-405. doi:10.1177/1362480618774036
de Silva-Wijeyeratne, R. Managing Religion and Difference: Ancient Constitutionalism in the Theravāda Buddhist Tradition and the Transformative Impact of the Modernist and Post-Colonial Turn. in: Handbook on Constitutions and Religion Edward Elgar.
Brooks, V. 2019. Fucking Law: the search for her sexual ethics. Zero Books.
Welsh, L and Howard, M 2018. Standardization and the Production of Justice in Summary Criminal Courts: A Post-Human Analysis. Social & Legal Studies. 28 (6), pp. 774-793. doi:10.1177/0964663918792725
Howard, M. 2019. Mnemonic legality: militarism, masculinity, and the elasticity of belonging. Griffith Law Review. 28 (1), pp. 70-90. doi:10.1080/10383441.2019.1682960
Longobardo, M. 2019. Is the Duty to Prevent Genocide an Obligation of Result or an Obligation of Conduct according to the ICJ? (blogpost). EJIL:Talk!.
D'Souza, R. 2019. Als Frau aus Südasien Öcalan Lesen. in: Das freie Leben aufbauen: Dialoge mit Abdullah Öcalan UNRAST.