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The Reach of a Skirt in Southern Africa: Claims to Law and Custom in Protecting and Patrolling Relations of Gender and Sexuality

Book chapter

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: Roseman, M. and Miller, A. (ed.) Beyond Virtue and Vice: International Human Rights and the Criminal Regulation of Sexuality, Gender and Reproduction Philadelphia, Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania Press.

Human Security and International Law: the role of the United Nations

Book

McClean, E. 2019. Human Security and International Law: the role of the United Nations. London Routledge.

Samantha's Suffering: why sex machines should have rights too

Other

Brooks, V. Samantha's Suffering: why sex machines should have rights too. The Conversation.

Research Target and Strategies

Other

Kathrani, P. Research Target and Strategies.

Zwischenbericht zur Funktionsweise der Allgemeinen Verbraucherschlichtungsstelle

Project report

Creutzfeldt, N. and Steffek, F. 2018. Zwischenbericht zur Funktionsweise der Allgemeinen Verbraucherschlichtungsstelle. German government website Deutscher Bundestag.

Law and the Senses: See

Book

Pavoni, A., Mandic, D., Nirta, C. and Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas (ed.) 2018. Law and the Senses: See. London University of Westminster.

An Analysis of Basel III as a Prophylactic

MPhil thesis

Koroye, E. 2018. An Analysis of Basel III as a Prophylactic. MPhil thesis University of Westminster Westminster Law School

The October Revolution and Anti-Colonial Movements in South Asia

Journal article

D'Souza, R. 2018. The October Revolution and Anti-Colonial Movements in South Asia. Economic and Political Weekly. LIII (43), pp. 46-58.

Intersecting Spheres of Analysis in Business and Human Rights: Developing a new Socio-Legal Research Agenda and Methodology for UN Guiding Principles No. 9

Journal article

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.

The Ghadar Movement: Why socialists should learn about it

Journal article

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.

The Conceptual World of the Ghadarites

Journal article

D'Souza, R. 2018. The Conceptual World of the Ghadarites. Socialist Studies: Journal of the Society for Socialist Studies. 13 (2), pp. 15-37.

The Chagos request: Does it herald a rejuvenation of the International Court of Justice’s advisory function?

Journal article

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.

Rapporti fra strumenti di codificazione: il Progetto di Articoli sulla Responsabilità degli Stati e le convenzioni di diritto umanitario

Journal article

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.

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

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

The Contribution of International Humanitarian Law to the Development of the Law of International Responsibility Regarding Obligations Erga Omnes and Erga Omnes Partes

Journal article

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.

The Use of Armed Force in Occupied Territory

Book

Longobardo, M. 2018. The Use of Armed Force in Occupied Territory. Cambridge University Press.

Dangerous drugs, dangerous mothers: Gender, responsibility and the problematisation of parental substance use

Journal article

Flacks, S. 2018. Dangerous drugs, dangerous mothers: Gender, responsibility and the problematisation of parental substance use. Critical Social Policy.

Pliant Bodies: Generic event laws and the normalisation of the exceptional

Journal article

Osborn, G. and James, M. 2018. Pliant Bodies: Generic event laws and the normalisation of the exceptional. Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal.

Disability in higher education: do reasonable adjustments contribute to an inclusive curriculum?

Journal article

Bunbury, S. 2018. Disability in higher education: do reasonable adjustments contribute to an inclusive curriculum? International Journal of Inclusive Education.

The New French Contract Law and Its Impact on Commercial Law: Good Faith, Unfair Contract Terms and Hardship

Book chapter

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.

Copyright and Heritage: Relation, Origin, Temporality

Conference paper

Mandic, D. 2018. Copyright and Heritage: Relation, Origin, Temporality. Intellectual Property and Heritage - International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property (ISHTIP) Annual Workshop. School of Law, University of Roma Tre, Rome, Italy 03 - 06 Jul 2018

Book review: Jose Bellido (ed.), Landmark Cases in Intellectual Property Law (Bloomsbury 2017) 416 pp.

Book review

Mandic, D. 2018. Book review: Jose Bellido (ed.), Landmark Cases in Intellectual Property Law (Bloomsbury 2017) 416 pp. Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property. 8 (3), pp. 267-269.

Procedural justice in Alternative Dispute Resolution: Fairness judgments among users of Financial Ombudsman services in Germany and the United Kingdom

Article

Creutzfeldt, N. and Bradford, B. 2018. Procedural justice in Alternative Dispute Resolution: Fairness judgments among users of Financial Ombudsman services in Germany and the United Kingdom. Journal of European Consumer and Market Law (EuCML) .

Post-Conviction Review in England and Wales: Perpetuating and Rectifying Miscarriages of Justice

Book chapter

Roberts, S. 2018. Post-Conviction Review in England and Wales: Perpetuating and Rectifying Miscarriages of Justice. in: Lennon, G., King, C. and McCartney, C. (ed.) Counter-terrorism, Constitutionalism and Miscarriages of Justice: A Festschrift for Professor Clive Walker London Hart Publishing. pp. 249-267

My Tryst With The Kurdish Freedom Movement

Book chapter

D'Souza, R. 2018. My Tryst With The Kurdish Freedom Movement. in: Miley, Thomas Jeffrey and Venturini, Federico (ed.) Your Freedom and Mine: Abdulla Öcalan and the Kurdish Question Montreal; Chicago; London Black Rose Books. pp. 276-279

Fucking (with) Academia: Ethics, Epistemology, Method

Conference paper

Brooks, V. 2018. Fucking (with) Academia: Ethics, Epistemology, Method . Ways of Knowing: Epistemology and Law. University of Westminster 31 May 2018

'Please Alexa': are we beginning to recognise the rights of intelligent machines?

Other

Kathrani, P. 2018. 'Please Alexa': are we beginning to recognise the rights of intelligent machines? The Conversation.

"The Politics and Law of Doctor Who": Special Issue of the Journal of Popular Television

Edited issue

Nicol, D. 2018. "The Politics and Law of Doctor Who": Special Issue of the Journal of Popular Television.

Law, necropolitics and the stop and search of young people

Journal article

Flacks, S. 2018. Law, necropolitics and the stop and search of young people. Theoretical Criminology.

Under the fucking skin: a whore and her hotel room door

Article

Brooks, V. 2018. Under the fucking skin: a whore and her hotel room door. Lo Squaderno - Explorations in Space and Society . 48, pp. 59-62.

Using Art to Teach

Other

Kathrani, P. 2018. Using Art to Teach.

Can Robots Ever be Persons?

Other

Kathrani, P. 2018. Can Robots Ever be Persons?

Making drug harms: Punishments for drugs offenders who pose risks to children

Article

Flacks, S. 2018. Making drug harms: Punishments for drugs offenders who pose risks to children. European Journal of Criminology.

Aspects Of London’s Evening And Night Time Economy: A Report for the Mayor of London/ GLA

Project report

Roberts, M., Osborn, G., Eldridge, A., Robinson, J. and Flacks, S. 2018. Aspects Of London’s Evening And Night Time Economy: A Report for the Mayor of London/ GLA. London MusicTank.

Serious Games as a Way of Augmenting Legal Education

Other

Kathrani, P. 2018. Serious Games as a Way of Augmenting Legal Education . Westminster International University in Tashkent.

When Cives Europae became bargaining chips: free movement of persons in the Brexit negotiations

Article

Lazowski, A. 2018. When Cives Europae became bargaining chips: free movement of persons in the Brexit negotiations. ERA Forum. 18 (4), pp. 469-491.

More police stop and search won’t stop knife crime – here’s why

Digital or visual media

Flacks, S. 2018. More police stop and search won’t stop knife crime – here’s why. The Conversation.

Fucking Law (A New Methodological Movement)

Article

Brooks, V. 2018. Fucking Law (A New Methodological Movement). Journal of Organizational Ethnography. 7 (1), pp. 31-43.

Ombudsmen and ADR: a comparative study of informal justice in Europe

Book

Creutzfeldt, N. 2018. Ombudsmen and ADR: a comparative study of informal justice in Europe. Palgrave Macmillan.

And For Law: Why Space cannot be understood without Law

Journal article

Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas 2018. And For Law: Why Space cannot be understood without Law. Law, Culture and the Humanities.


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