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BAROS, M. (2009). A developing gap in the application of articles 5 and 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights in the immigration context - the shifting nature of humanity. Journal of immigration asylum and nationality law, 23 (3), 264-280.
BENNETT, L. (2008). Assets under attack: metal theft, the built environment and the dark side of the global recycling market. Environmental law and management, 20, 176-183.
BENNETT, L. (2010). Judges, child trespassers and occupiers’ liability in the built environment. In: COBRA 2010, Paris, France, 2-3 September 2010. (Submitted)
BENNETT, L. (2010). Trees and public liability - who really decides what is reasonably safe. Arboricultural journal, 33, 141-164.
BENNETT, L. (2009). Why, what, and how? case study on law, risk, and decision making as necessary themes in built environment teaching. Journal of legal affairs dispute resolution engineering and construction, 1 (2), 105-113.
BENNETT, L. and CROWE, L. (2008). Landowners' liability? is perception of the risk of liability for visitors accidents a barrier to countryside access? Project Report. Sheffield, Countryside recreation network.
BENNETT, L. and GIBBESON, C. (2010). Perceptions of occupiers' liability risk by estate managers: a case study of memorial safety in English cemeteries. International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 2 (1), p. 76.
BENNETT, Luke (2011). A pub, a field and some signs – a case study on the pragmatics of proprietorship and legal cognition. In: COBRA 2011 - Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors International Research Conference, Manchester, UK, 12-13 September 2011. (Unpublished)
CHARLISH, P. (2004). The Astrid Andersen case. International sports law review, 4 (4), 85-96.
CHARLISH, P. (2007). Cricket pair "not out" in doping row. International sports law review, 7 (4), 57-66.
CHARLISH, P. (2008). Dwain Chambers runs out of time. Texas review of entertainment and sports law.
CHARLISH, P. (2004). Football Association of Wales v. UEFA: only dopes don't cheat. International sports law review, 4 (3), 73-75.
CHARLISH, P. (2005). Fulham Football Club (1987) Ltd v Jean Tigana  EWHC 2585: Tigana scores away win in battle with Al Fayed. International sports law review, 5 (4), 89-93.
CHARLISH, P. (2005). Gender Recognition Act 2004: transsexuals in sport: a level playing field? International sports law review, 5 (2), 38-42.
CHARLISH, P. (2006). Marathon mugging: Athens 2004. International sports law review, 6 (4), 87-97.
CHARLISH, P. (2003). Richard Vowles: rugby case. Journal of personal injury law.
CHARLISH, P. (2005). Solomon's baseball. International sports law review, 4 (5), 82-88.
CHARLISH, P. (2005). Sports ordinary negligence in the final furlong. Journal of personal injury law, 4, 308-319.
CHARLISH, P. (2004). Tennis: when strict liability is not so strict. International sports law review, 4 (3), 65-68.
CHARLISH, P. (2005). WADA report on ATP positive drug tests. International sports law review, 5 (1), 19-22.
CHARLISH, P. (2004). A reckless approach to negligence. Journal of personal injury law, 2004.
CHARLISH, P. and HEYWOOD, R. (2007). Anti-doping inconsistencies snare American star. Texas review of entertainment and sports law, 8 (1), 79-100.
CHARLISH, P. and RILEY, S. (2008). Should Oscar run? Fordham intellectual property, media and entertainment law journal, XVIII (4), 929-957.
CHARLISH, Peter (2012). Drugs in sport. Legal Information Management, 12 (2), 109-120.
CHARLISH, Peter (2011). The biological passport: closing the net on doping. Marquette sports law review, 22 (1), 61-89.
COOPER, J. and WHITTLE, R. (1998). Enforcing the rights and freedoms of disabled people: the role of transnational law (Part I). Mountbatten journal of legal studies, 2 (2), 3-30.
GRIFFITH, Peter and SMITH, Peter (2013). LawSync: Collaboration in Action. Legal Information Management, 13 (4), 236-239.
HEYWOOD, R. and CHARLISH, P. (2007). Schoolmaster tackled hard over rugby incident. Tort law review, 15.
JOHNSON, N. (1999). From vocational training to education: the development of a no-frontiers education policy for Europe? Education and the law, 11 (3), 199-213.
JOHNSON, N. (2008). The Government of Wales Act 2006: Welsh devolution still a process and not an event? Web journal of current legal issues,  (4).
JOHNSON, N. (2004). The Human Rights Act 1998: a bridge between citizenship and justice? Social policy and society, 3 (2), 113-121.
JOHNSON, N. C. (1998). Sandwich placements in law: academic tourism or a form of clinical legal education? Web journal of current legal issues, 1998 (2).
JOHNSON, N. C. and MONTANHEIRO, L. C. (1997). Computer technology, occupational health and the law. International review of law computers and technology.
JOHNSON, N. C. and WILLIAMS, K. (2007). Transferring employment between the public and private sectors in the United Kingdom: acquired rights and revising TUPE. <I>, 23, 285-304.
MARSON, James (2004). Access to justice: a deconstructionist approach to horizontal direct effect. Web journal of current legal issues, 10 (4).
MARSON, James (2013). Anatomy of an employee. Web journal of current legal issues, 19 (3).
MARSON, James (2013). Dismiss, upset and breach - just don’t suspend : the false dawn of damages for future losses. A case note on Edwards v Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  UKSC 58,  2 AC 22. Web journal of current legal issues, 19 (1).
MARSON, James (2014). Hitting employers where it hurts : Gülay Bollacke v Kock. Web journal of current legal issues, 20 (2).
MARSON, James (2004). Holes in the safety net? State liability and the need for private law enforcement. Liverpool Law Review, 25 (2), 113-134.
MARSON, James (2005). Social exclusion : pathways or roadblocks? An analysis of advisory agencies. Web journal of current legal issues, 11 (5).
MARSON, James (2013). The end of the opportunistic breach of contract! The elective theory of repudiatory breach prevails : Societe Generale, London Branch v Geys  UKSC 63. Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 19 (2).
MARSON, James (2006). The limitations to workers accessing EU rights: awareness, advice and enforcement. Liverpool Law Review, 27 (2), 173-202.
MARSON, James and FERRIS, Katy (2008). Advisors v Legal Services Commission : which is the appropriate measure of quality advice? Web journal of current legal issues, 14 (4).
MARSON, James, WILSON, Adam and VAN HOOREBEEK, Mark (2005). The necessity of clinical legal education in university law schools: a UK Perspective. International journal of clinical legal education, 7, 29-43.
MARSON, James and VAN HOOREBEEK, Mark (2004). Electronic submission and the movement towards a paperless law office in a modern university. The Law Teacher, 38 (1), 27-40.
SMITH, Peter, WHITTLE, Richard and GRIFFITH, Peter (2012). LawSync: navigating the ‘blue oceans’ within the ‘emerging’ legal services markets. Legal Information Management, 12 (3), 203-209.
WHITTLE, R. (2000). Disability rights after Amsterdam: the way forward. European human rights law review, p. 2000.
WHITTLE, R. (2005). EU disability policy and the equal opportunity principle. In: 'Working for an inclusive society', EDRC national conference, Malta, 15 September 2005.
WHITTLE, R. (2002). The Framework Directive for equal treatment in employment and occupation: an analysis from a disability rights perspective. European law review, 27 (3), 303-326.
WHITTLE, R. (2003). Health and safety law and the right to non-discrimination on grounds of disability – the EU Dimension. In: Seminar of the EC Legal Expert Group on combating discrimination on grounds of disability, Brussels, Belgium, 29 March 2003.
WHITTLE, R. (2001). Why is a European Law on Disability Discrimination important. In: Inclusion Europe, Brussels, Belgium, 22-23 November 2001.
WHITTLE, R. (2001). The concept of disability discrimination and its legal construction. In: 'Discrimination and affirmative action on the labour market - legal perspectives' (in preparation of the Swedish Presidency of the European Union), National Institute for Working Life, Sweden, 6-7 November 2001.
WHITTLE, R. and BELL, M. (2002). Between social policy and Union citizenship: the Framework Directive on equal treatment in employment. European law review, 27 (6), 677-691.
WHITTLE, R. and COOPER, J. (1999). Enforcing the rights and freedoms of disabled people: the role of transnational law (Part II). Mountbatten journal of legal studies, 3 (1), 3-32.
WILLIAMS, K. (2005). Abusing parents and children. Journal of professional negligence, 21, 196-203.
WILLIAMS, K. (2009). Claimant illegality as a defence to negligence: Gray v Thames Trains and others. Journal of professional negligence (2), 150-153.
WILLIAMS, K. (2007). Compensating tragedy. New law journal.
WILLIAMS, K. (2008). Emergency services to the rescue, or not, again. Journal of personal injury law, 265-271.
WILLIAMS, K. (2008). Emergency services to the rescue? Journal of personal injury law, 202-208.
WILLIAMS, K. (2005). Legislating in the echo chamber? New law journal.
WILLIAMS, K. (2007). Litigation against English NHS ambulance services and the rule in Kent v. Griffiths. Medical law review, 15 (2), 153-175.
WILLIAMS, K. (2006). Politics, the media and refining the notion of fault: section 1 of the Compensation Act 2006. Journal of personal injury law, 347-354.
WILLIAMS, K. (2009). Res ipsa loquitur still speaks. Law quarterly review, 125, 567-570.
WILLIAMS, K. (2005). State of fear: Britain's "compensation culture" reviewed. Legal studies, 25 (3), 499-515.
WILLIAMS, K. (2010). Vicarious liability of the Roman Catholic Church for sexual abuse by a priest. Journal of professional negligence, 26, 113-117.
WRIGHT, K. M. (2006). The divorce process: a view from the other side of the desk. Child and family law quarterly, 18 (1), 93-112.
WRIGHT, K. M. (2007). The role of solicitors in divorce: a note of caution. Child and family law quarterly, 19 (4), 481-495.
VAN HOOREBEEK, Mark and MARSON, James (2005). Teaching and technology transfer as alternative revenue streams: a primer on the potential legal implications for UK universities. International Journal of Educational Management, 19 (1), 36-47.