New Publications from OxHRH Associates

admin - 5th June 2021

The OxHRH Publications Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are:

Meghan Campbell, ‘Capping Motherhood’ in Martha Davis, Amanda Lyons and Morton Kjaerum (eds), Research Handbook on Human Rights and Poverty (Edward Elgar, 2021)

Paul Craig, Administrative Law (9th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, 2021)

Paul Craig, ‘English Administrative Law History: Perception and Reality’ in Swati Jhaveri and Michael Ramsden (eds), Judicial Review of Administrative Action Across the Common Law World, Origins and Adaptation (CUP, 2021)

Paul Craig, ‘United Kingdom’ in Stefan Griller and Elisabeth Lenstch (eds), EMU Integration and Member States’ Constitutions (Hart Publishing, 2021)

Charles Foster and Jonathan Herring, The Law As Moral Agent: Making People Good (Springer, 2021)

Jonathan Herring, ‘The Ethical Conflicts of the COVID Pandemic in Criminal and Medical Law’ (2021) 12 Anatomia do Crime/Journal of Law and Crime Sciences 13

Jonathan Herring, Law Through the Life Course (Bristol University Press, 2021)

Hayley Hooper, ‘The Principle of Legality and Prerogative Power after the Third Direction Case’ (UKCLA Blog, 26 April 2021) <>

Kathryn McNeilly, ‘How Time Matters in the UN Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review: Humans, Objects and Time Creation’ (2021) Leiden Journal of International Law  1

Oreste Pollicino, Judicial Protection of Fundamental Rights on the Internet: A Road Towards Digital Constitutionalism? (Hart Publishing, 2021)

Stefan Theil, Towards the Environmental Minimum (CUP, 2021) (forthcoming)

Alison L Young, ‘Ad hoc Constitutional Reform in the UK’ (2021) 52 Connecticut Law Review 1409

Alison L Young, Turpin and Tomkins’ British Government and the Constitution: Texts and Materials (8th edn, CUP, 2021) (forthcoming)

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