Books and Chapters

  • Jamie Woodcock and Mark Graham

    The Gig Economy: A Critical Introduction (Polity, 2019)

  • Linda Mulcahy and Emma Rowden

    The Democratic Courthouse: A Modern History of Design, Due Process and Dignity (Routledge, 2019)

  • Liora Lazarus

    ‘Secrecy as a Meta-Paradigmatic Challenge’ in Benjamin Goold and Liora Lazarus (eds), Security and Human Rights (Hart Publishing, 2019)

  • Paul Craig

    ‘Democracy’ in Roger Masterman and Robert Schutze (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Constitutional Law (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

Paul Craig

    ‘Constitutional Identity in the UK: An Evolving Concept’ in Christian Calliess and Gerhard van der Schyff (eds), Constitutional Identity in a Europe of Multilevel Constitutionalism (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

  • Paul Craig

    ‘The EU, Democracy and Institutional Structure: Past, Present and Future’ in Wolfgang Heusel and Jean-Philippe Rageade (eds), The Authority of EU Law, Do We Still Believe in It? (Springer, 2019)

  • Martin Wählisch

    Peacemaking, Power-sharing and International Law: Imperfect Peace (Hart Publishing, 2019)

  • Camilla Pickles and Jonathan Herring (eds)

    Childbirth, Vulnerability and Law: Exploring Issues of Violence and Control (Routledge, 2019)

  • Benjamin J Good and Liora Lazarus (eds)

    Security and Human Rights (2nd edn, Hart Publishing, 2019)

  • C. Ignacio de Casas

    ‘The Corporate Responsibility to Respect Consultation Rights in the Americas: How the Inter-American System Can Better Promote Free, Prior, and Informed Consent’ in Isabel Feichtner, Markus Krajewski and Ricarda Roesch (eds), Human Rights in the Extractive Industries: Transparency, Participation, Resistance (Springer, 2019)

  • Shreya Atrey

    Intersectional Discrimination (OUP, 2019)

  • Stephen Allen, Nigel Bankes, Øyvind Ravna (eds)

    The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Marine Areas (Hart Publishing, 2019)

  • Stephen Skinner

    Lethal Force, the Right to Life and the ECHR: Narratives of Death and Democracy (Hart Publishing, 2019)

  • Helena Alviar García and Günter Frankenberg (eds)

    Authoritarian Constitutionalism: Comparative Analysis and Critique (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Gender Equality and the ECHR’ in Niamh Reilly (eds), International Human Rights of Women (Springer, 2018)

  • Ben Warwick

    ‘A Hierarchy of Comfort? The CESCR’s Approach to the 2008 Economic Crisis’ in Gillian MacNaughton & Diane Frey (eds) Economic and Social Rights in a Neoliberal World (CUP, 2018)

  • Fiona de Londras & Kanstantsin Dzehsiarou

    ‘Great Debates on the ECHR’ (MacMillan International Higher Education, 2018)

  • Sandra Fredman, Meghan Campbell and Helen Taylor

    Human Rights and Equality in Education (Policy Press, 2018)

  • Jeremias Prassl

    Human as a Service (OUP, 2018)

  • Tarun Khaitan and Hugh Collins (eds)

    Foundations of Indirect Discrimination Law (Hart, 2018)

  • Meghan Campbell

    Women, Poverty, Equality: The Role of CEDAW (Hart, 2018)

  • Fiona de Londras and Mairead Enright

    Repealing the 8th: Reforming Irish Abortion Law (Policy Press, 2018)

  • Ignacio de Casas and Fernando Toller

    Los derechos humanos de las personas jurídicas. Titularidad de derechos y legitimación en el Sistema Interamericano (Porrúa, 2015).

  • Paul Craig

    ‘The Process: Brexit and the Anatomy of Article 50’, in F Fabbrini (ed), The Law and Politics of Brexit (OUP, 2017)

  • Nicholas Bamforth

    ‘Social Sensitivity, Consensus, and the Margin of Appreciation’ in Petr Agha (ed) Human Rights Between Law and Politics: The Margin of Appreciation in Post-National Contexts (Hart, 2017)

  • Paul Beckett

    Tax Havens and International Human Rights Law (Routledge, 2017)

  • Camilla Pickles

    Pregnancy Law in South Africa (Juta, 2017)

  • Paul Craig

    ‘Proportionality and Judicial Review: A UK Historical Perspective’, in S Vogenauer and S Weatherill (eds) General Principles of Law, European and Comparative Perspectives (Hart, 2017)

  • Paul Craig

    ‘Brexit and Relations between the UK and the EU’, in M Dougan (ed) The UK after Brexit, Legal and Policy Challenges (Intersentia, 2017)

  • Alison Young

    ‘EU fundamental rights and judicial reasoning: towards a theory of human rights adjudication for the EU’ in S Douglas Scott and N Hatzis (eds )Research Handbook on EU Law and Human Rights (Edward Elgar, 2017)

  • Tarunabh Khaitan

    ‘Indirect Discrimination’ in Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen ed, The Routledge Handbook of the Ethics of Discrimination (Routledge, 2017)

  • Paul Craig et al (eds)

    ReNEUAL Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedure (OUP, 2017)

  • Cathryn Costello

    ‘Citizenship and Refugees’ in A Shachar et al The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship (OUP, 2017)

  • Max Harris

    ‘The New Zealand Project’ (BWB, 2017)

  • Barbara Havelkova

    Gender Equality in Law: Uncovering the Legacies of State Socialism (Hart, 2017)

  • Mary Bosworth, Carolyn Hoyle and Lucia Zedner

    Contours of Criminal Justice (OUP, 2016)

  • Ruvi Zeigler

    Voting Rights of Refugees (CUP, 2017)

  • Alan Bogg, Cathryn Costello and Anne Davies

    Research Handbook on EU Labour Law (Edward-Elgar Publishing, 2017)

  • Alison Young

    Democratic Dialogue and The Constitution (OUP, 2017)

  • Cathryn Costello and Minos Mouzourakis

    ‘The CEAS – Where did it all go wrong?’ in M Fletcher, E Herlin Karnell and C Matera (eds) The European Union as an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (Routledge 2016 )

  • Cathryn Costello

    Strategic Litigation to Vindicate the Rights of Refugees and Migrants: Pyrrhic Perils and Painstaking Progress’ in I Bacik and M Rogan (eds) Legal Cases That Changed Ireland (Dublin, Clarus, 2016)

  • Sandra Fredman and Meghan Campbell

    Socio-Economic Rights and Constitutional Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016)

  • Cathryn Costello and Mark Freedland

    ‘Temporary Workers and Intra-Corporate Transferees in EU Law: Capital’s Handmaidens?’ in Joanna Howe and Rosemary Owens (eds) Temporary Migration in a Globalised Word: The Regulatory Challegnes (Hart, 2016)

  • Carolyn Hoyle

    ‘Compensating Injustice: The Perils of the Innocence Discourse’ in Hunter et al (eds) The Integrity of Criminal Process: From Theory to Practice (Hart, 2016)

  • Anne Lofaso, Seth Harris, Joseph Slater and Charlotte Garden

    Modern Labor Law in Private and Public Sectors: Cases and Materials (Caroline Academic Press, 2016)

  • Katharine Young and Kim Rubenstein

    The Public Law of Gender: From Local to Global (CUP, 2016)

  • Beth Goldblatt

    Developing the Right to Social Security-A Gender Perspective (Routledge, 2016)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Living Trees or Deadwood: The Interpretive Challenge of the European Convention on Human Rights’ in Barber, Ekins & Yowell (ed) Lord Sumption and the Limits of the Law (Hart, 2016)

  • Nazila Ghanea, Heiner Bielefeldt and Michael Wiener

    Commentary on Freedom of Religion or Belief (OUP, 2016)

  • Tarun Khaitan

    ‘Equality: Legislative Review under Article 14’ in Khosla et al (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (OUP, 2016).

  • Aileen Kavanagh

    ‘The Role of Courts in the Joint Enterprise of Governing’, in Barber, Ekins & Yowell (eds) Lord Sumption and the Limits of the Law (Hart, 2016)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Are Human Rights Culturally Determined? A Riposte to Lord Hoffmann’ in Davies & Pila (eds), The Jurisprudence of Lord Hoffmann (Hart, 2015)

  • Tarun Khaitan

    A Theory of Discrimination Law (OUP, 2015)

  • Miles Jackson

    Complicity in International Law (OUP, 2015)

  • Liora Lazarus

    ‘The Right to Security’ in Cruft, Liao and Renzo (eds), The Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights (OUP, 2015)

  • Aileen Kavanagh & Chintan Chandrachud

    ‘Rights-Based Constitutional Review in the UK: From Form to Function’ in Bell & Paris (eds) Rights-Based Constitutional Review in Comparative Perspective (Edward Elgar, 2015)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Equality Law: Labour Law or Autonomous Field’ in Bogg; Costello; Davies; Prassl (eds), (Hart, 2015)

  • Liora Lazarus and Natasha Simonsen

    ‘Democratic Deliberation and Judicial Review’ in Hunt, Hooper & Yowell (eds), Parliament and Human Rights: Redressing the Democratic Deficit (Hart, 2015)

  • A Lofaso

    Title VII of the Civil Rights Act After 50 Years (Lexis Nexis, 2015)

  • Aileen Kavanagh

    ‘The Constitutional Separation of Powers’ in Dyzanhaus & Thorburn (eds) Philosophical Foundations of Constitutional Law (OUP, 2015)

  • Cathryn Costello and Emily Hancox

    ‘The Recast Asylum Procedures Directive 2013/32/EU: Caught between the Stereotypes of the Abusive Asylum Seeker and the Vulnerable Refugee’ in Chetail, De Bruycker & Maiani (eds), Reforming the Common European Asylum System: The New European Refugee Law (Martinus Nijhoff, 2015)

  • Barbara Havelkova

    ‘The Legal Status of Transsexual and Transgender Persons in the Czech Republic’. In Scherpe (ed.) The Legal Status of Transsexual and Transgender Persons. (Intersentia, 2015).

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘From Dialogue to Deliberation: Human Rights Adjudication and Prisoners’ Rights to Vote’ in Hunt; Hooper & Yowell. (eds), Parliaments and Human Rights (Hart, 2015)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Engendering Social Welfare Rights’ in Goldblatt & Lamarche (eds), Women’s Rights to Social Security and Social Protection (Hart, 2014)

  • Barbara Havelkova

    ‘The three stages of gender in law’ in Havelkova and & Oates-Indruchova (eds) The Politics of Gender Culture under State Socialism: An Expropriated Voice. (Routledge, 2014)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Home from Home: Migrant Domestic Workers and the ILO Convention on Domestic Workers ‘ in Costello & Freedland (eds), Migrants at Work: Immigration and Vulnerability in Labour Law (OUP, 2014)

  • Liora Lazarus, Christopher McCrudden and Nigel Bowles (eds)

    Reasoning Rights: Comparative Judicial Engagement (Hart, 2014)

  • Cathryn Costello and Mark Freedland (eds)

    Migrants at Work: Immigration and Vulnerability in Labour Law (OUP, 2014)

  • Cathryn Costello

    ‘Migrants and Forced Labour: A Labour Law Response’ in Bogg, Costello, Davies & Prassl (eds), The Autonomy of Labour Law (Hart, 2014)

  • Aileen Kavanagh

    ‘The Joint Committee on Human Rights: A Hybrid Breed of Constitutional Watchdog’ in Hunt, Hooper & P. Yowell (eds) Parliaments and Human Rights: Redressing the Democratic Deficit (Hart, 2014)

  • Cathryn Costello

    ‘Article 33 – Family & Professional Life’ in S Peers, T Hervey, J Kenner & A Ward (eds), The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights – A Commentary (Hart, 2014)

  • Cathryn Costello

    ‘Child Citizens & De Facto Deportation: Tender Years, Fragile Ties & Security of Residence’ in C Costello, K Bradley, A Whelan & N Travers,(eds), Of Courts and Constitutions: Liber Amicorum in Honour of Nial Fennelly (Hart, 2014)

  • C Costello and V Moreno-Lax

    ‘The Extraterritorial Application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: From Territoriality to Facticity, the Effectiveness Model’ in Peers, Hervey, Kenner & Ward (eds), The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights – A Commentary (Hart, 2014)

  • Cathryn Costello

    ‘Child Citizens & De Facto Deportation: Tender Years, Fragile Ties & Security of Residence ‘ in Bradley, Whelan & Travers (eds), Of Courts and Constitutions: Liber Amicorum in Honour of Nial Fennelly (Hart, 2014)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Breaking the mould: equality as a proactive duty’ in Countouris & Freedland (eds), Resocialising Europe in a Time of Crisis ( 2013)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘CEDAW in the UK’ in Hellum & Sinding Aasen (ed), Women’s Human Rights: CEDAW in International, Regional and National Law (CUP, 2013)

  • Nazilla Ghanea and Farrah Amhed

    ‘Religion and Human Rights: Conflicts and Connections’ in P Hedges (ed), Controversies in Contemporary Religions, Volume 2: Public and Ethical Controversies (Praeger Publishers, 2013)

  • Sandra Fredman

    ‘Engendering socio-economic rights’ in Hellum & Sinding Aasen (ed), Women’s Human Rights: CEDAW in International, Regional and National Law (CUP, 2013)

  • Nazila Ghanea

    P Weller, K Purdam, N Ghanea and S Contractor, ‘Religion or Belief, Discrimination and Equality: Britain in Global Contexts’ (Continuum 2013) (f)

  • Fiona de Londras

    Detention in the War on Terror: Can Human Rights Fight Back? (CUP, 2011)

  • Sandra Fredman

    Discrimination Law (Clarendon Series (OUP , 2nd ed) 2011)

  • Nicholas Bamforth

    ‘An “imperial” strategy? The use of comparative and international law in arguments about LGBT rights’ in Leckey and Brooks (eds), Queer Theory: Law, Culture, Empire (Routledge, 2010)

  • Nicholas Bamforth and David Richards

    ‘Patriarchal Religion, Sexuality and Gender: A Critique of New Natural Law’ (CUP, 2008)

  • A Lofaso

    Religion in the Public Schools: A Road Map for Avoiding Lawsuits and Respecting Parents’ Legal Rights (Americans United for Separation of Church and State, 2009)