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Improving procedural fairness in housing possession cases (2019)
Journal Article
Whitehouse, L., Bright, S., & Dhami, M. (2019). Improving procedural fairness in housing possession cases. Civil justice quarterly, 38(3), 351-375

This article offers an insight into the context and practice of housing possession hearings in which a social landlord seeks a possession order against a tenant who is in rent arrears. Drawing on the findings of the authors’ empirical research supple... Read More

Fisheries and maritime security: Understanding and enhancing the connection (2019)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R., & Rosello, M. (in press). Fisheries and maritime security: Understanding and enhancing the connection. In Maritime Security and the Law of the Sea. Help or HindranceEdward Elgar Publishing

Traditionally, maritime security has been understood in terms of direct or physical security. Typically, this concerns military or policing issues, such as inter-State conflicts, piracy or trafficking. This narrow understanding is increasingly ch... Read More

Tacticians, stewards and professionals: The politics of publishing select committee legal advice (2019)
Journal Article
Yong, B., Davies, G., & Leston-Bandeira, C. (in press). Tacticians, stewards and professionals: The politics of publishing select committee legal advice. Journal of Law and Society, Forthcoming, https://doi.org/10.1111/jols.12153

At Westminster, there are increasing pressures on select committees to publish in-house legal advice. We suggest that examining the process of deciding to publish gives us useful insights into the provision, reception and use of legal advice, and the... Read More

The proposed LOSC implementation agreement on areas beyond national jurisdiction and its impact on international fisheries law (2019)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R. (2019). The proposed LOSC implementation agreement on areas beyond national jurisdiction and its impact on international fisheries law. In D. Freestone (Ed.), Conserving biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction, 104-139. Brill Academic Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004391703_006

As the development of an implementation agreement on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction gathers pace, it is important to consider how this might impact upon... Read More

Historical evolution of the international legal responses to the trafficking of children: A critique (2019)
Book Chapter
Faulkner, E. A. (2019). Historical evolution of the international legal responses to the trafficking of children: A critique. In J. A. Winterdyk, & J. Jones (Eds.), The Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking, 1-18. Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63192-9_113-1

The trafficking of children has received extensive attention from both academic and political arenas in recent years, yet this growing phenomenon remains a relatively new area of international law (Gallagher, The international law of human traffickin... Read More

Principles for fisheries management in areas beyond national jurisdiction—the essential role of incentive-based approaches (2018)
Report
Anderson, J., Asche, F., Barnes, R., Bush, S., Gentner, B., Hufflett, C., …Wachowicz, K. (2018). Principles for fisheries management in areas beyond national jurisdiction—the essential role of incentive-based approaches. World Wildlife Fund

This publication was prepared under the auspices of a multidisciplinary Global Think Tank (GloTT) for the World Bank’s Ocean Partnerships for Sustainable Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation: Models for Innovation and Reform (OPP). The World Bank’... Read More

“I am talking about it because I want to stop it”: child sexual abuse and sexual violence against women in British South Asian communities (2018)
Journal Article
Gill, A. K., & Harrison, K. (2019). “I am talking about it because I want to stop it”: child sexual abuse and sexual violence against women in British South Asian communities. The British journal of criminology, 59(3), 511–529. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azy059

This paper explores the role of socio-cultural factors in violence against women and girls, focusing on child sexual abuse (CSA) and sexual violence (SV) in British South Asian communities. Using examples from thirteen in-depth interviews with surviv... Read More

Assessing the application of innovative incentive-based tools to reform highly migratory fisheries from regional to global scale (2018)
Report
Barnes, R. (2018). Assessing the application of innovative incentive-based tools to reform highly migratory fisheries from regional to global scale. WWF/FAO

This report provides an assessment of the past performance and future outlook of innovative, incentive-based tools to reform highly migratory and transboundary fisheries at regional and global scales. This review seeks to identify legal, financial, a... Read More

Environmental rights in marine spaces (2018)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R. (2018). Environmental rights in marine spaces. In S. Bogojevic, & R. Rayfuse (Eds.), Environmental rights in Europe and beyondBloomsbury Publishing

Defining Terrorism in Pakistani Anti-Terrorism Law (2018)
Journal Article
Iqbal, K., & Shah, N. A. (2018). Defining Terrorism in Pakistani Anti-Terrorism Law. Global journal of comparative law, 7(2), 272-302. doi:10.1163/2211906X-00702003

We critically examine the definition of ‘terrorism’ in the Anti-Terrorism 1997 of Pakistan and as it is interpreted by the Supreme Court of Pakistan under the principle of legality in criminal and human rights law standards. We conclude that the defi... Read More

Not ‘us’ and ‘them’: towards a normative legal theory of mental health vulnerability (2018)
Journal Article
Bielby, P. (2019). Not ‘us’ and ‘them’: towards a normative legal theory of mental health vulnerability. International journal of law in context, 15(1), 51-67. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1744552318000149

In this article, I develop the basis of a normative legal theory of mental health vulnerability. In Section 1, I conceptualise mental health vulnerability by integrating a universal understanding of vulnerability with a subjective-evaluative, psychos... Read More

Article 158(3) of the Hong Kong Basic Law and the Preliminary Reference Procedure of the European Union (2018)
Journal Article
Jiang, P., & Villalta Puig, G. (in press). Article 158(3) of the Hong Kong Basic Law and the Preliminary Reference Procedure of the European Union. Chicago journal of international law, 19(1), 1-29

This Article analyses the preliminary reference procedure under Article 158(3) of the Hong Kong Basic Law and its transplantation from Article 267 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Preliminary reference procedures require courts... Read More

Israeli air strikes in Syria, 2003 and 2007 (2018)
Book Chapter
Moir, L. (2018). Israeli air strikes in Syria, 2003 and 2007. In T. Ruys, O. Corten, & A. Hofer (Eds.), International law and the use of force: A case-based approach, 662-672. Oxford University Press (OUP)

Do constructive trusts deter disloyalty? (2018)
Journal Article
Hicks, A. D. (in press). Do constructive trusts deter disloyalty?. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 69(2), 147-173

Constructive trusts of disloyal fiduciary gain often are justified by the argument of deterrence. For there to be effective deterrence two conditions must be satisfied: first, potentially disloyal fiduciaries must be sufficiently informed, directly o... Read More