Law, Gender and Sexuality

Publications

Publications

Samuels, H. (2010) Roberts v Hopwood, in Hunter, R. McGlynn, C. and Rackely, E., (Eds). In Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice, Hart Publications, pp.387-400.

Samuels, H. (2010) Women, Culture and Human Rights: Feminist Interventions in Human Rights Law? In Banakar, R. (ed) Rights in Context: Law and Justice in Late Modernity, pp.317-332.

Samuels, H. (2013) Feminist Legal Theory in R. Banakar and M. Travers, Law and Social Theory, 2nd edition, 2013m pp.

Samuels, H. (2013) Feminizing Human Rights Adjudication: Feminist Method and the Proportionality Principle 21Feminist Legal Studies, 39-60

Samuels, H. (2009) An Uneasy Alliance? The Relationship between Feminist Legal Studies and Gender, Sexuality and Law 17 Feminist Legal Studies 297-301.

Samuels, H. (2014) Judicial Deference and Method 2014:Feminist Method and Judicial Deference, Summer Public Law (forthcoming)

Phillips, O. (2014) Sexuality and the politics of rights in post-colonial Southern Africa: the legacy of Venus Monstrosa. Routledge. ISBN 9781904385189 (In Press)

Phillips, O. (2013) The disciplining legacies of law and morality: post-colonial memories of sexual boundaries and invitations. In: Miller, A. and Roseman, M., (eds.) The criminalisation of gender, sexuality, and reproduction. Harvard University Press. (In Press)

Phillips, O. (2011) The 'perils' of sex and the panics of race: the dangers of interracial sex in colonial Southern Rhodesia.In: Tamale, Sylvia, (ed.) African sexualities: a reader. Fahamu, Oxford, pp. 101-115. ISBN 9780857490162

Phillips, O. (2011) Blackmail in Zimbabwe: troubling narratives of sexuality and rights. In: Thoreson , Ryan and Cook , Sam, (eds.) Nowhere to turn: blackmail and extortion of LGBT people in Sub-Saharan Southern Africa. International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, New York, pp. 19-45. ISBN 9781884955273

Phillips, O. (2011) Teaching sexuality and law in Southern Africa: locating historical narratives and adopting appropriate conceptual frameworks. In: Tsanga, Amy and Stewart, Julie E., (eds.) Women and law: innovative approaches to teaching, research and analysis. Weaver Press. ISBN 9781779221445

Phillips, O. (2009) Blackmail in Zimbabwe: troubling narratives of sexuality and human rights. International Journal of Human Rights, 13 (2/3). pp. 345-364. ISSN 1364-2987

Chryssostalis, J H. (2014) Reading Arendt ‘reading’ Schmitt: reading nomos otherwise? In: Drakopoulou, Maria, (ed.) Feminist encounters with legal philosophy. Taylor and Francis . ISBN 9780415497602 (In Press)

Chryssostalis, J H. (2013) Reading the city through the legal archive: or prolegomena to an urban hauntology. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 38 . ISSN 1320-0968 (In Press)

Chryssostalis, J H. (2013) Rights, personality and geneologies of the person. In: Douzinas, C. and Gearty, C., (eds.) The philosophy and social theory of rights. Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

Chryssostalis, J H. (2013) Law and critique: what does literature know? In: Van Marle, K. and Motha, S., (eds.) Genres of critique: aesthetics and liminality in post-apartheid jurisprudence. University of Chigago Press/Stellenbosch University Press. (In Press)

Chryssostalis, J H. (2013) Schmitt in South Africa: appropriation and the law of the (post)colony. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 64 (2). ISSN 0029-3105 (In Press)

Chryssostalis, J H. (2013) Tracing the bio-juridicial: nomos, bios, zoe. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, 4 (2). ISSN 1759-7188 (In Press)

Chryssostalis, J H. (2009) The work of values: between local and global, national and post-national. In: Aziz, Miriam and Millns, Susan, (eds.) Values in the Constitution of Europe. Ashgate, Dartmouth, UK. ISBN 9780754624394

Tomlinson, J and Muzio, D and Sommerlad, Hand Webley, L and Duff, L. (2013) Structure, agency and the career strategies of women and BME individuals in the legal profession. Human Relations, 66 (2). pp. 245-269. ISSN 0018-7267

Webley, L. (2011) Legal ethics in the academic curriculum: correspondent’s report from the United Kingdom. Legal Ethics, 14 (1). pp. 132-134. ISSN 1460-728X

Webley, L. (2011) Solicitors as imagined masculine, family mediators as fictive feminine and the hybridization of divorce solicitors. In: Bartlett, Francesca and Mortenson, Reid and Tranter, Kieran, (eds.) Alternative perspectives on lawyers and legal ethics. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 132-150. ISBN 9780415546522

Webley, L. (2011) Law students as peer mentors: developing the reflective practitioner and/or embedding legal learning: correspondent's report from the United Kingdom. Legal Ethics, 14 (2). pp. 250-251. ISSN 1460-728X

Webley, L. (2010) Qualitative approaches to empirical legal research. In: Cane, Peter and Kritzer, Herbert, (eds.) Oxford handbook of empirical legal research. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 926-950. ISBN 9780199542475

Webley, L. (2010) Gate-keeper, supervisor or mentor? The role of professional bodies in the regulation and professional development of solicitors and family mediators undertaking divorce matters in England and Wales. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 32 (2). pp. 119-133. ISSN 0964-9069

Sommerlad, H and Webley, L and Duff, L and Muzio, D and Tomlinson, J (2010) Diversity in the legal profession in England and Wales: A qualitative study of barriers and individual choices. Other. Legal Services Board, London.

McClean, E. (2014) International law and human security: the role of the United Nations. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415678513 (In Press)

McClean, E. (2011) The dilemma of intervention: human rights and the UN security council. In: Odello, Marco and Cavandoli, Sofia, (eds.) Emerging areas of human rights in the 21st century: the role of the universal declaration of human rights. Taylor & Francis, pp. 24-44. ISBN 9780415562096

McClean, E. (2010) Human security and international law: much ado about nothing? In: Banakar, Reza, (ed.) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, pp. 253-276. ISBN 9781409407393

McClean, E. (2008) The responsibility to protect: the role of international human rights law. Journal of Conflict and Security Law, 13 (3). pp. 123-152. ISSN 1467-7954

McClean, E. (2008) Human security as a critique of international law. In: Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association, 15 - 17 Dec 2008, Exeter University. (Unpublished)

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