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ALBERTSON, Katherine, BANKS, James and MURRAY, Emma (2017). Military Veteran-offenders: Making sense of developments in the debate to inform service delivery. Prison Service Journal, 234, 23-30.

ALBERTSON, Katherine, BEST, David, PINKNEY, Aaron, MURPHY, Tony, IRVING, James and STEVENSON, Judy (2017). "It’s not just about recovery": The Right Turn Veteran-Specific Recovery Service Evaluation, Final report. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

ALBERTSON, Katherine and O'KEEFFE, Caroline (2016). The challenges of outcome measurement for arts practitioners in the criminal justice sector. The Howard Journal Of Criminal Justice. (In Press)


BAHGAT, Hossam and WRIGHT, Rebecca (2010). Access to medicines in Egypt : a human rights approach to IP, trade and health. In: RIZK, Nagla and SHAVER, Lea, (eds.) Access to Knowledge in Egypt: New Research on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development. Access to Knowledge . Bloomsbury, 56-91.

BANKS, James (2018). From parasite to antihero: shifting depictions of the card sharp. In: JOHNSON, Mark, (ed.) Casino and Card Game Reader. Bloomsbury. (In Press)

BANKS, James (2017). Gambling, crime and society. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

BANKS, James and ALBERTSON, Katherine (2018). Veterans and violence: an exploration of pre-enlistment, military and post-service life. European Journal of Criminology.

BEST, David, IRVING, James, ANDERSSON, Catrin and EDWARDS, Michael (2017). Recovery identity and wellbeing: is it better to be 'recovered' or 'in recovery'? Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 12 (1), 27-36. (In Press)

BEST, David, IRVING, James, COLLINSON, Beth, ANDERSSON, Catrin and EDWARDS, Michael (2017). Recovery networks and community connections: identifying connection needs and community linkage opportunities in early recovery populations. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 35 (1), 2-15.

BUNDSCHUH, Thomas (2015). Enabling transitional justice, restoring capabilities : the imperative of participation and normative integrity. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 9 (1), 10-32.

BURROWS, Jacky (2013). Victim awareness : re-examining a probation fundamental. Probation Journal, 60 (4), 383-399.

BURTON, Samuel (2014). Anti-terrorism control orders : a human rights analysis. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University.


CHISTYAKOVA, Yulia, COLE, Bankole and JOHNSTON, Jenny (2018). Diversity and vulnerability in Prisons in the context of the Equality Act 2010: the experiences of Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME)and Foreign National Prisoners (FNPs) in a Northern Jail. Prison Service Journal (235), 10-16.

CLAMP, Kerry and PATERSON, Craig (2016). Restorative Policing : Concepts, Theory and Practice. London, Routledge.


DHILLON, Sital and MAMA-RUDD, Adam (2016). Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism. Research Process, International Journal of Social Research Foundation, 4 (2), 1-13. (In Press)

DICKINSON, Jill and GRIFFITHS, Teri-Lisa (2017). Building bridges: a critical analysis of university and industry collaboration to improve diverse access to elite professions. Industry and Higher Education, 31 (4), 227-238.


GRACE, Jamie (2017). Countering extremism and recording dissent: intelligence analysis and the Prevent agenda in UK Higher Education. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice. (In Press)

GRACE, Jamie (2017). Lessons on legislating for public protection information sharing: A case commentary on Christian Institute v Lord Advocate [2016] UKSC 51. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 2 (1).


HAMILTON, Paula Emotions and identity transformation. In: ROBINSON, Ann and HAMILTON, Paula, (eds.) Moving on from crime and substance use: transforming identities. Bristol, Policy Press, 19-42.

HEAP, Vicky (2014). Transforming anti-social behaviour: ASBOs, injunctions and cross-cutting criminal justice concerns. British journal of community justice, 12 (3), 67-79.

HEAP, Vicky and DUGGAN, Marian (2013). Victims as vote-winners? The antisocial behaviour/ hate crime nexus. Criminal Justice Matters, 94 (1), 24-25.

HEAP, Vicky and HERRERA, Jennifer (2018). Investigating the Community Trigger in action : a report for Safer Bristol Community Safety Partnership. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University/ASB Help. (Unpublished)


KLAFF, Lesley (2016). Holocaust inversion in British politics : the case of David Ward. In: WISTRICH, Robert S., (ed.) Anti-Judaism, Antisemitism, and Delegitimizing Israel. Studies in Antisemitism Series . University of Nebraska Press, 185-196.

KLAFF, Lesley (2016). Jeremy Corbyn : why the British Labour Party is no longer a safe place for Jews. International Relations and Diplomacy, 4 (7), 427-433.

KLAFF, Lesley (2015). The Left and Jews in Britain Today. In: The Left and Jews in Britain Today, Birkbeck, University of London, November 3rd 2015.

KLAFF, Lesley (2015). Using section 26 Equality Act 2010 to combat institutional antisemitism: a critical race perspective on Fraser v University and College Union. In: Bristol-Sheffield Hallam University Colloquium on Contemporary Antisemitism, Bristol University, September 15th - 18th 2015. (Unpublished)

KLAFF, Lesley D (2016). Israeli Apartheid Week in Britain : Why Students' Unions Are Acting Unlawfully. ISGAP Flashpoint (18), 1-3.


LAMING, Hannah and WRIGHT, Rebecca (2016). Sanctions. In: HICKEY, Denys, (ed.) Oil and Gas Trading. London, Globe Law and Business, 235-250.

LUMSDEN, Karen and BLACK, Alexandra (2017). Austerity policing, emotional labour and the boundaries of police work: an ethnography of a police force control room in England. The British Journal of Criminology.

LYNCH, Richard (2017). Addiction and Choice : Rethinking the Relationship, by Nick Heather and Gabriel Segal (eds.) Oxford: Oxford University Press ISBN: 9780198727224 - Book review. The Howard Journal Of Criminal Justice.


MARSON, James and FERRIS, Katy (2017). Motor vehicle insurance law: ignoring the lessons from King Rex. Business Law Review, 38 (5), 178-186.

MARSON, James, FERRIS, Katy and NICHOLSON, Alex (2017). Brexit means Brexit: What does it mean for the Protection of Third Party Victims and the Road Traffic Act? Statute Law Review. (In Press)

MCTIGUE, Peter, FLINT, Stuart W. and SNOOK, Jereme (2016). HIV / AIDS, Obesity and Stigma: A new era for non-discrimination law?'. In: [TBC]. Studies in Law, Politics, and Society . Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

MORGAN, Matthew and PATERSON, Craig (2017). ‘It’s Mental Health, Not Mental Police’: A human rights approach to mental health triage and Section 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. (In Press)


NICHOLSON, Alex (2018). Should the penalty rule in contract law be abolished? A biblical answer to an apparently irreligious question. European Journal of Current Legal Issues.


OSWALD, Marion, GRACE, Jamie, URWIN, Sheena and BARNES, Geoffrey (2017). Algorithmic risk assessment policing models: Lessons from the Durham Constabulary HART model. Information and Communications Technology Law.


PATERSON, Craig and BEST, David (2016). Policing vulnerability through building community connections. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 10 (2), 150-157.

PATERSON, Craig and POLLOCK, Ed (2011). Policing and criminology. Policing matters series . London, Sage.

PHILLIPS, Jake (2017). Probation practice in the information age. Probation Journal, 64 (3), 209-225.

PHILLIPS, Jake (2017). Towards a rhizomatic understanding of the desistance journey. The Howard Journal Of Crime and Justice, 56 (1), 92-104.

PHILLIPS, Jake, FOWLER, Andrew and WESTABY, Chalen (2018). Self-disclosure in criminal justice: what form does it take and what does it achieve? International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.


REID, Alan (2017). The European Court of Justice Case of Breyer. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 1 (2). (In Press)

ROBINSON, Anne (2016). Growing out of crime? Problems, pitfalls and possibilities. In: ROBINSON, Anne and HAMILTON, Paula, (eds.) Moving on from crime and substance use: transforming identities. Bristol, Policy Press, 91-120.


SLOAN, Jennifer (2017). Saying the unsayable: Foregrounding men in the prison system. In: MAYCOCK, Matthew and HUNT, Kate, (eds.) New perspectives on prison masculinites. Palgrave . Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

SLOAN, Jennifer (2017). Sex doesn't matter? The problematic status of sex, misogyny, and hate. Journal of Language and Discrimination, 1 (1), 61-82.


TUCKMAN, Alan and SNOOK, Jereme (2014). Between consultation and collective bargaining? The changing role of non-union employee representatives: a case study from the finance sector. Industrial Relations Journal, 45 (1), 77-97.


WATSON, Andrew (1998). Advocacy for the unpopular: The barristers’ cab-rank rule in England and Wales, past, present and future? Justice of the Peace., 162 (25, 26), 476-480, 499.

WATSON, Andrew (1993). Alternative dispute resolution in Britain. Hosie Riron (Journal of Niigata University Faculty of Law), Nov..

WATSON, Andrew (1999). Analysing witness testimony. A guide for legal practitioners and other professionals .Edited by Anthony Heaton-Armstrong, Eric Shepherd and David Wolchover. Blackstone Press Limited, 1999. ISBN 1 85431 731 8. Price (softback) £31.95. Justice of the Peace, 163 (24), p. 479.

WATSON, Andrew (1993). Becoming a lawyer in England and Wales July 1993. Hogaku seminar (Japanese National Legal Publication).

WATSON, Andrew (1993). Becoming a lawyer in Japan. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 13 (2), 73-76.

WATSON, Andrew (2016). Changes in Japanese Legal Education. Journal of Japanese Law, 21 (41), 1-54.

WATSON, Andrew (2001). Changing Advocacy. Justice of the Peace, 165 (38,41,), 743-749, 804.

WATSON, Andrew (2001). Comparative law in a changing world. By Peter De Cruz.[Cavendish Publishing Ltd,1999,2nd Edition.512pp. £26.95 (paperback.]. The Law Teacher, 35 (1), 152-154.

WATSON, Andrew (1995). Compensation for victims of road traffic accidents in Japan: any relevance for Britain ? Road Law and Road Law Reports.

WATSON, Andrew (1998). Crimes against and legal protection for animals in Britain and Japan. The Criminologist.

WATSON, Andrew (1998). Dealing with small claims in Japan. Litigation., 17 (7), 267-279.

WATSON, Andrew (2017). Development of Jury Service in Japan. A square block in a round hole. Anna Dobrovolskaia . Routledge, London / New York 2017, 283 pp., £ 95; ISBN: 978‑1‑4724‑8255‑6. Journal of Japanese Law, 22 (43), 267-274.

WATSON, Andrew (1994). Divorce in Japan: any lessons for England and Wales. Litigation, 13 (8), 337-342.

WATSON, Andrew (1992). Environmental law. Simon Ball and Stuart Bell. Published by Blackstone Press. Price £21.95. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 11 (7), 297-299.

WATSON, Andrew (1993). Illegal contracts in employment law. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 12 (4), 155-160.

WATSON, Andrew (1999). Impeachments-past, present and future? Justice of the Peace, 163 (24, 25), 468-472, 491.

WATSON, Andrew (1997). Important changes in the training of barristers. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 17 (1), 11-19.

WATSON, Andrew (1996). Japan's remarkable prisons. The Criminologist, 20 (4), 195-206.

WATSON, Andrew (1997). Japanese Legal System: Text and Materials. By Meryll Dean. [Cavendish Publishing Ltd.1997. Ist edition,653pp., £47.95 (paperback) £47.95. The Law Teacher, 31 (3), 409-412.

WATSON, Andrew (1998). Juvenile crime and justice in Japan. Justice of the Peace., 162 (14), 261-265.

WATSON, Andrew (2001). Juvenile law in Japan revised and revisited. Justice of the Peace, 165 (16), 298-303.

WATSON, Andrew (1992). Law and the shaping of the American labor movement. William Forbath. Harvard University Press.£23.95. Litigation, 11 (3), 120-121.

WATSON, Andrew (1993). Laws and the British royal family. Hogaku seminar (Japanese National Legal Publication).

WATSON, Andrew (1990). Lawyers in society. Comparative theories. Edited by Richard L. Abel and Philip S.C. Lewis. University of California Press, Berkeley. USA. Litigation, 9 (8), 337-338.

WATSON, Andrew (1994). Legal Education in England and Wales. Hosei Riron, Spring.

WATSON, Andrew (1998). More on the cab-rank rule. Justice of the Peace., 162 (30), 576-578.

WATSON, Andrew (2000). Picking federal judges, lower court selection from Roosevelt through Reagan. Justice of the Peace, 164 (2), 31-32.

WATSON, Andrew (2016). Popular participation in Japanese criminal justice : from jurors to lay judges. Palgrave Advances in Criminology and Criminal Justice in Asia . Palgrave Macmillan.

WATSON, Andrew (1997). Public defenders in the United States: any lessons for Britain? Justice of the Peace, 161 (45), 1031-1034.

WATSON, Andrew (1993). Recovery for nervous shock: a Look at the law and some thoughts of reform. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 12 (5), 193-200.

WATSON, Andrew (1993). Reforming Anton Piller orders. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 12 (6), 229-235.

WATSON, Andrew (1992). Remedies for sexual harassment at work. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 12 (3), 91-97.

WATSON, Andrew (2014). Responding to change: The Question of Scottish Independence and the teaching of Public Law. In: Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference., Leeds., 7th April, 2014. (Unpublished)

WATSON, Andrew (1999). Restorative justice : healing the effects of crime. Justice of the Peace, 163 (51), 1011-1012.

WATSON, Andrew (1996). The Royal Commission on Criminal Justice in England and Wales and the right to jury trial. Hosei Riron, Spring.

WATSON, Andrew (1995). Should the jury return to Japan ? The Criminologist, 19 (3), 143-155.

WATSON, Andrew (2016). The Silent Revolution in Methods of Advocacy in English Courts. Journal on European History of Law, 7 (2).

WATSON, Andrew (1992). Squatting: a note on existing remedies. Litigation, 11 (5), 181-182.

WATSON, Andrew (2014). Teaching Advocacy with History and in Context. In: International Advocacy Teaching Conference 2014, Nottingham, 9th June, 2014. (Unpublished)

WATSON, Andrew (1997). Training for the bar: an important year. A Law Librarian's Newsletter, 28 (2), 82-86.

WATSON, Andrew (1998). Training for the legal profession at the legal training and research centre in Tokyo. Justice of the Peace, 162 (16), 299-304.

WATSON, Andrew (1995). Training to be a lawyer in Japan. The Law Teacher, 29 (1), 64-70.

WATSON, Andrew (1999). Trial advocacy from Harvard. Justice of the Peace., 163 (15), 290-295.

WATSON, Andrew (2003). Uses of drama in criminal justice. Justice of the Peace., 167 (7,8, 9), 107 - 10.130.

WATSON, Andrew (2016). Victorian jury court advocacy and signs of fundamental change. Journal on European History of Law, 7 (1), 36-44.

WATSON, Andrew (2000). Witness preparation in the United States and in England and Wales. Justice of the Peace., 164 (42), 816-822..

WATSON, Andrew (1995). The dark cloud over Japanese criminal justice : abuse of suspects and forced confessions. Justice of the Peace, 159 (31), 516-9.

WATSON, Andrew (1995). The death penalty in Japan and the abolition debate. Volume LXIX Number III. The Police Journal, LXIX (iii), 227-238.

WATSON, Andrew (2016). An earlier experience of lay involvement in court decisions in Japan – The Jury 1928–1943. Journal of Japanese Law, 21 (42), 153-178.

WATSON, Andrew (2017). An enlarged role for probation in Japan to reduce drug offending. Journal of Japanese Law, 22 (43), 175-203.

WATSON, Andrew (2000). The inns of court and America. Justice of the Peace, 164 (27, 28), 516-521, 540.

WATSON, Andrew (1992). A look at alternative resolution. Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, 11 (7).

WATSON, Andrew (1999). The new judiciary. Kate Malleson. Ashgate,1999. ISBN 1 840 077 1. Hardback £45. Justice of the Peace., 163 (22), 439-440.

WATSON, Andrew (1998). The present and future role of the Privy Council. Justice of the Peace, 162 (4), 59-60.

WATSON, Andrew (1999). The tilted playing field. Is criminal justice unfair? H. Richard Ulliver. Yale University Press. Hardback £17. ISBN 0 300 07584-7. Justice of the Peace, 163 (29), 572-573.

WATSON, Andrew (2000). A time of change: legal aid in Japan. Justice of the Peace, 164 (34), 657-663.

WATSON, Andrew and CRYAN, Donald (1994). The Fortunate Few. Counsel.The Journal of the Bar of England and Wales., p. 22.

WATSON, Andrew and HATASHIN, Omi (2006). The Dark Cloud Clearing? Recent Developments in Japanese Criminal Procedure. Justice of the Peace, 170 (51/52), 992-996.

WATSON, Annie (1992). Malicious falsehood in the light of Joyce and Sengupta and another. Litigation, 12 (2), 58-63.

WESTABY, Chalen (2010). ‘Feeling like a sponge’: the emotional labour produced by solicitors in their interactions with clients seeking asylum. International Journal of the Legal Profession, 17 (2), 153-174.

WESTABY, Chalen (2014). What's culture got to do with it? The emotional labour of immigration solicitors in their exchanges with United Kingdom Border Agency case owners. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 20 (1), 1-26.

WESTABY, Chalen (2007). A critical analysis of orthodox approaches to customary international law and the search for transcendence. Journal of the Philosophy of International Law, 2, 6-38.

WESTABY, Chalen and JONES, Emma (2018). Empathy: an essential element of legal practice or ‘never the twain shall meet’? International Journal of the Legal Profession, 25 (1), 107-124.

WOOLLEY, Lisa (2017). Researching Property Law: Edited by Susan Bright and Sarah Blandy. Law Teacher, 28 (11), 1-3.

WRIGHT, Rebecca (2011). Developing narratives for revolutionary change: The role of testimony and life - writing in the recent North African uprisings. In: Conference on Multi and Inter-Disciplinary Human Rights in Africa, Pretoria, South Africa, 2-3 June 2011. (Unpublished)

WRIGHT, Rebecca (2006). Finding an Impetus for institutional change at the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights. Berkeley Journal of International Law, 24 (2), 463-498.

WRIGHT, Rebecca (2011). What Role for the African Human Rights System in the Current Transformation of North Africa? IntlLawGrrls Blog.

WRIGHT, Rebecca and CARON, David (2006). Justice Alito and Arbitration: His Opinion in China Minmetals. The Institute for Transnational Arbitration, 20 (1-2), p. 1.

WRIGHT, Rebecca and GASTON, Erica (2010). Mitigating the Effects of Conflict on Female-Headed Families through Warring-Party Assistance Mechanisms. In: Protection of Children and Families During Armed Conflict, Jerusalem, 6-7 June 2010. (Unpublished)

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