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M. Bone and T. Seddon, (2015) ‘Human Rights, Public Health and Medicinal Cannabis Use’ Critical Public Health, available online doi:10.1080/09581596.2015.1038218

S. Cammiss and S. Kyd Cunningham, “Swift and Sure Justice? Mode of Trial for Causing Death by Driving Offences” Criminology and Criminal Justice 15(3): 321-339.

V. Munro, “Challenging Criminal Justice?: Psychosocial Disability and Rape Victimisation’, 15(2)  Criminology & Criminal Justice 225-244. (Co-authors L. Ellison, K. Hohl & P. Wallang).

V. Munro, “Telling Tales: Exploring Narratives of Life and Law within the (Mock) Jury Room”, , 35(2) Legal Studies 201-225. (Co-author L. Ellison).

C. Walsh, “Plant Psychedelics in the English Courts: legal uncertainty, guinea pigs and 'dog law” in Ellens and Roberts (eds) The Psychedelic Policy Quagmire: health, law, freedom, and society, Praeger, 2015.


M. Bone, “Is the medicinal consumption of cannabis effectively regulated from a human rights perspective?” in Cannabis Regulation: The World is Moving Forward What is Stopping Us? M. Bone, Ping Y. and Mungroo P. (Eds.) (London: House of Lords),

M. Bone, “From the Sacrilegious to the Sacramental: A Global Review of Rastafari Cannabis Case Law” in Labate, Beatriz, C. & Cavnar, Clancy (Eds) (2014).Prohibition, Religious Freedom, and Human Rights: Regulating Traditional Drug Use. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer

Y. Brunger, ‘Fragmentation and Harmonization in the Development of Evidentiary Practices in International Criminal Tribunals’ in Pluralism in International Criminal Law (eds) Elies van Sliedregt and Sergey Vasiliev  (Oxford University Press, 2014)

A. Carline, Shades of Grey: Domestic and Sexual Violence Against Women: Law Reform and Society. Routledge, 2014. (With Prof Easteal).

A. Carline, “A Critical Account of a ‘Creeping Neo-abolitionism’: Regulating Prostitution in England and Wales” Criminology and Criminal Justice (2014) 14(5) 608-626. (With Prof Scoular).

A. Carline, “Saving Fallen Women Now? Critical Perspectives on Engagement and Support Orders and their Policy of Forced Welfarism” Social Policy and Society (2014) 14(1): 103-112. (With Prof Scoular).

T. Elliott, “Religious Belief and Choices Regarding the Human Corpse” (2014) 2 Journal of Medical Law & Ethics 89-107.

V. Munro, “Reason to (Dis)Believe? Evaluating the Rape Claims of Women Seeking Asylum in the UK”, 10(1) International Journal of Law in Context 105-139. (Co-authors H. Baillot & S. Cowan).

V. Munro, “A Special Delivery? Exploring the Impact of Screens, Live Links and Video-Recorded Evidence on Mock Juror Deliberation in Rape Trials”  , 23(1) Social & Legal Studies 3-29. (Co-author L. Ellison).

V. Munro, “Sexual Autonomy” in Dubber & Hoernle (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law (OUP), pp. 747-767.

C. Walsh, “Beyond Religious Freedom: psychedelics and cognitive liberty” in Labate, Beatriz, C. & Cavnar, Clancy (eds) Prohibition, Religious Freedom, and Human Rights: Regulating Traditional Drug Use. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, 2014.


M. Burton, “How Different are ‘False’ Allegations of Rape from False Complaints of GBH?’ Criminal Law Review”, 203-213.

M. Burton, “Doing Empirical Research: Exploring the decision making of magistrates and juries”, in Watkins, D. and Burton, M. (eds) Research Methods in Law, p.63-78.

S. Cammiss,  “Courts and the Trial Process”, in Hucklesby, A. and Wahidin, A., Criminal Justice 2nd Ed. (2013) Oxford: OUP.

A. Carline, “Regretting it After: Perspectives on Alcohol, Non-Consensual Sex and False Rape Reports” Social and Legal Studies (2013) 22(1) 87-106 (with Gunby and Beynon).

T. Elliott, “Responsibility, Liability and Scarce Resources: The Legal Perspective”, in:  J. Tingle and A. Cribb (eds.), Nursing Law and Ethics, 4th edition, (Blackwells, 2013), 166-191, ISBN: 978-0470671375.

T. Elliott, “Pursued by the ‘fat police’? The obesity ‘epidemic’ and the criminal law”, chapter in: A.M. Viens, J. Coggon and A. Kessel (eds.), Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice, (CUP, 2013), pp.102-123, ISBN: 978-1107022782.

Kyd Cunningham, S., “Has law reform policy been driven in the right direction? How the new causing death by driving offences are operating in practice” [2013] Crim LR 712-729

V. Munro, “Harm, Vulnerability and Citizenship: Constitutional Concerns in the Criminalisation of Contemporary Sex Work in the UK”  (co-author J. Scoular) in A. Duff, L. Farmer, S. Marshall & V. Tadros (eds) The Constitution of Criminal Law (OUP), pp. 30-52.

V. Munro, “Better the Devil You Know? ‘Real Rape’ Stereotypes and The Relevance of a Previous Relationship in (Mock) Juror Deliberation” (co-author L. Ellison), 14 International Journal of Evidence & Proof 299-322

V. Munro “Second-Hand Emotion? Exploring the Contagion of Trauma and Distress in the Asylum Law Context” (co-authors H. Baillot & S. Cowan), 40(4) Journal of Law & Society 509-540

C. Walsh, “Bioprediction in Youth Justice” in Singh, Sinnott-Armstrong and Savalecu (eds) Bioprediction, Biomarkers and Bad Behavior: scientific, legal and ethical challenges, Oxford University Press, 2013.

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