Dr Charanjit Singh

Dr Charanjit Singh


2024

Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning: Considerations for Financial Institutions for Compliance with the Regulatory Burden in the United Kingdom
Singh, C. 2024. Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning: Considerations for Financial Institutions for Compliance with the Regulatory Burden in the United Kingdom. Journal of Financial Crime. 31 (2), pp. 259-266. https://doi.org/10.1108/JFC-01-2023-0011

2023

European Cybersecurity Law in 2023: A Review of the Advances in the Network and Information Security 2 Directive 2022/2555
Singh, C. 2023. European Cybersecurity Law in 2023: A Review of the Advances in the Network and Information Security 2 Directive 2022/2555. Cyber Security: a Peer Reviewed Journal. 7 (1), pp. 82-92.

2023

Correcting mistakes in the magistrates’ courts: To what extent has the Court of Appeal, in R (Williamson) v City of Westminster Magistrates Court [2012] Cr App R 24, clarified the application of the ‘power of the magistrates’ court to re-open cases to rectify mistakes etc’ under s.142 of the Magistrates Court Act 1980?
Singh, C. 2023. Correcting mistakes in the magistrates’ courts: To what extent has the Court of Appeal, in R (Williamson) v City of Westminster Magistrates Court [2012] Cr App R 24, clarified the application of the ‘power of the magistrates’ court to re-open cases to rectify mistakes etc’ under s.142 of the Magistrates Court Act 1980? New Law Journal. 8014, pp. 15-16.

2023

The European Approach to Cybersecurity in 2023: A Review of the Changes Brought in By the Network and Information Security 2 (NIS2) Directive 2022/2555
Singh, C. 2023. The European Approach to Cybersecurity in 2023: A Review of the Changes Brought in By the Network and Information Security 2 (NIS2) Directive 2022/2555. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 5, pp. 251-261.

2023

The Conundrum of Defining and Prosecuting Terrorism: A Review of United Kingdom and International Reponses
Singh, C. 2023. The Conundrum of Defining and Prosecuting Terrorism: A Review of United Kingdom and International Reponses. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology. 12, pp. 27-41. https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-4409.2023.12.03

2023

China’s Anti-Monopoly Law Amended to Adapt to its Booming Platform Economy
Singh, C., Lin, W., Zing, L. and Zhao, Z. 2023. China’s Anti-Monopoly Law Amended to Adapt to its Booming Platform Economy. Company Lawyer. 44 (5), pp. 172-173.

2023

LawTech: Fit for the Future. Could Advances in LawTech Provide a Much Needed silver Bullet for the UKs Ailing Criminal Justice System?
Singh, C. 2023. LawTech: Fit for the Future. Could Advances in LawTech Provide a Much Needed silver Bullet for the UKs Ailing Criminal Justice System? New Law Journal. 173 (8083).

2022

RegTech Compliance Tools for Charities in the United Kingdom: Can Machine Learning help lighten the Regulatory Burden?
Singh, C., Lin, W., Singh, S.P. and Ye, Z. 2022. RegTech Compliance Tools for Charities in the United Kingdom: Can Machine Learning help lighten the Regulatory Burden? Company Lawyer.

2022

The Panoply of Challenges Facing International Criminal Justice: The United Kingdom’s Response to Defining and Responding to Terrorism
Singh, C. 2022. The Panoply of Challenges Facing International Criminal Justice: The United Kingdom’s Response to Defining and Responding to Terrorism. Global Jurist. 22 (2), pp. 307-349. https://doi.org/10.1515/gj-2021-0036

2022

Can Machine Learning, as a RegTech Compliance Tool, lighten the Regulatory Burden for Charitable Organisations in the United Kingdom?
Singh, C., Zhao, L., Lin, W and Ye, Z 2022. Can Machine Learning, as a RegTech Compliance Tool, lighten the Regulatory Burden for Charitable Organisations in the United Kingdom? Journal of Financial Crime. 29 (1), pp. 45-61. https://doi.org/10.1108/JFC-06-2021-0131

2021

Reimagining the Role, Duties and Liabilities of Non-Executive Directors in 2020; 15 Years of the Companies Act 2006 and the Pathway to the UK Corporate Governance Code 2018. Part Two: The Most Current Approach
Singh, C., Lin, W and Ye, Z 2021. Reimagining the Role, Duties and Liabilities of Non-Executive Directors in 2020; 15 Years of the Companies Act 2006 and the Pathway to the UK Corporate Governance Code 2018. Part Two: The Most Current Approach. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 32 (2), pp. 89-103.

2021

Reimagining the Role, Duties and Liabilities of Non-Executive Directors in 2020; 15 Years of the Companies Act 2006 and the Pathway to the UK Corporate Governance Code 2018. Part One: A Prelude to the Current Approach
Singh, C., Lin, W and Ye, Z 2021. Reimagining the Role, Duties and Liabilities of Non-Executive Directors in 2020; 15 Years of the Companies Act 2006 and the Pathway to the UK Corporate Governance Code 2018. Part One: A Prelude to the Current Approach. International Company and Commercial Law Review. 32 (1), pp. 20-36.

2021

Prosecuting terrorism: secret courts, evidence and special advocates. The panoply of challenges facing criminal justice, the United Kingdom perspective
Singh, C. 2021. Prosecuting terrorism: secret courts, evidence and special advocates. The panoply of challenges facing criminal justice, the United Kingdom perspective. Current Issues in Criminal Justice. 33 (3), pp. 382-408. https://doi.org/10.1080/10345329.2020.1850166

2020

Can artificial intelligence, RegTech and CharityTech provide effective solutions for anti-money laundering and counter-terror financing initiatives in charitable fundraising
Singh, C. and Lin, W 2020. Can artificial intelligence, RegTech and CharityTech provide effective solutions for anti-money laundering and counter-terror financing initiatives in charitable fundraising. Journal of Money Laundering Control. 24 (3). https://doi.org/10.1108/JMLC-09-2020-0100

2020

An Overview of Insider Dealing Law and Policy: A Chinese Perspective (Part Two).
Ye, Z, Lin, W and Singh, C. 2020. An Overview of Insider Dealing Law and Policy: A Chinese Perspective (Part Two). Company Lawyer.

2020

An Overview of Insider Dealing Law and Policy: A Chinese Perspective (Part One).
Ye, Z, Lin, W and Singh, C. 2020. An Overview of Insider Dealing Law and Policy: A Chinese Perspective (Part One). Company Lawyer.

2020

Controlling Insider Dealing Through Criminal Enforcement in China
Ye, Z, Lin, W., Safari, N. and Singh, C. 2020. Controlling Insider Dealing Through Criminal Enforcement in China. Journal of Financial Crime. 27 (4), pp. 1061-1073. https://doi.org/10.1108/JFC-05-2020-0089

2019

Bumped Redundancy and the Range of Reasonable Responses: To what Extent, if any, should Employers Consider Bumping? Life after Mirab v Mentor Graphics Limited UKEAT/0172/17DA
Singh, C. 2019. Bumped Redundancy and the Range of Reasonable Responses: To what Extent, if any, should Employers Consider Bumping? Life after Mirab v Mentor Graphics Limited UKEAT/0172/17DA. Issues in Legal Scholarship . 17 (1) 20190007. https://doi.org/10.1515/ils-2019-0007

2019

Eliciting Best Evidence from a Child Witness: A Comparative Study of the United Kingdom and India
Singh, C. 2019. Eliciting Best Evidence from a Child Witness: A Comparative Study of the United Kingdom and India. Issues in Legal Scholarship . 17 (1), p. 20190003 20190003. https://doi.org/10.1515/ils-2019-0003

2018

Criminal Evidence: Evidencing Defences to Murder. R v Goodwin (Anthony Gerard) [2018] EWCA Crim 2287
Singh, C. 2018. Criminal Evidence: Evidencing Defences to Murder. R v Goodwin (Anthony Gerard) [2018] EWCA Crim 2287. International Commentary on Evidence . 15 (1) 20180005. https://doi.org/10.1515/ice-2018-0005

2018

Evidence and Variation of Confiscation Orders: R v O'Flaherty (Carl Anthony) (Court of Appeal Criminal Division, 29th of October 2018)
Singh, C. 2018. Evidence and Variation of Confiscation Orders: R v O'Flaherty (Carl Anthony) (Court of Appeal Criminal Division, 29th of October 2018). International Commentary on Evidence . 15 (1), p. 20180004 20180004. https://doi.org/10.1515/ice-2018-0004

2018

Disability Discrimination: Obesity and the Court of Justice of the European Union’s decision in Karsten Kaltoft v Billund Kommune Case C-354/13 ECJ
Singh, C. 2018. Disability Discrimination: Obesity and the Court of Justice of the European Union’s decision in Karsten Kaltoft v Billund Kommune Case C-354/13 ECJ. Issues in Legal Scholarship . 12 (1), pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1515/ils-2016-0250

2015

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Should Justice Beware: A Review of Voice Identification Evidence in Light of Advances in Biometric Voice Identification Technology
Singh, C. 2015. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Should Justice Beware: A Review of Voice Identification Evidence in Light of Advances in Biometric Voice Identification Technology. International Commentary on Evidence . 11 (1), p. 1–28. https://doi.org/10.1515/ice-2014-0009

2022

Unlocking the Law of Evidence 4th ed.
Singh, C. 2022. Unlocking the Law of Evidence 4th ed. Routledge.

2016

Unlocking Evidence. 3rd edition
Singh, C. and Ramjohn, M. 2016. Unlocking Evidence. 3rd edition. Routledge.

2015

Evidence Q&A
Singh, C. 2015. Evidence Q&A. Abingdon, Oxon Routledge.

2014

Beginning Evidence
Singh, C. 2014. Beginning Evidence. Routledge.

2013

Law Express Questions and Answers: Employment Law
Singh, C. 2013. Law Express Questions and Answers: Employment Law. Pearson.

2017

The Panoply of Challenges Facing Modern Identification Evidence and the Evidentiary Reliability of Coincidental Forensics
Singh, C. 2017. The Panoply of Challenges Facing Modern Identification Evidence and the Evidentiary Reliability of Coincidental Forensics.

2016

Evidential Challenges Posed by the Panoply of Biometrics: Is Biometric Voice Identification made any more reliable by Cell Site Analysis?
Singh, C. 2016. Evidential Challenges Posed by the Panoply of Biometrics: Is Biometric Voice Identification made any more reliable by Cell Site Analysis? Transnational Law Conference and Research Workshop / Showcase . Charles Darwin University, Australia Mar 2016

2015

Should Justice Beware? Are the Current Forms of Voice Identification Reliable Enough to be Admitted in the UK’s Criminal Courts as Prosecution Evidence?
Singh, C. 2015. Should Justice Beware? Are the Current Forms of Voice Identification Reliable Enough to be Admitted in the UK’s Criminal Courts as Prosecution Evidence? 5th International Conference on Evidence Law and Forensic Science. University of Adelaide, Australia Jul 2015

2012

Biography and the Educative
Singh, C. 2012. Biography and the Educative. PhD thesis University of Southampton Faculty of Social and Human Sciences


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