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  • Diamantides, M. 'Levinasian Ethics and the morality of law’ in D. Manderson (ed.) Essays on Levinas and Law – A mosaic, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
  • Douzinas, C. ‘2 July, July 7 and metaphysics’ in Angharad Closs Stephens and Nick Vaughan-Williams eds, Terrorism and the Politics of Response (Abingdon, Routledge, 2009), 190-210.
  • Douzinas, C. ‘For a humanities of resistance: Fragments for a legal history of humanity’ in Austin Sarat, Matthew Anderson and Catharine Frank (eds), Law and the Humanities (CUP, 2009), 49-72
  • Douzinas, C. ‘The Blindness of law and the insight of justice’, Foreword to M. Stolleis, The Eye of the Law (Birkbeck Law Press, 2009).
  • Everson, M. 'European Agencies: an uncertain future', in Hoffmann & Turk, Legal Challenges In EU Administrative Law: Towards an integrated administration (Edward Elgar, 2009)
  • Everson, M. ‘European citizenship and the disillusion of the common man’, in Conflict of laws and laws of conflict in Europe and beyond R.Nickel (ed), ARENA 1/09 (Chapter 6).
  • Fitzpatrick, P. ‘Making Difference: Modernity and the Political Formations of Death’ in Charles J. Ogletree jr. And Austin Sarat eds The Road to Abolition? The Future of Capital Punishment in the United States, New York University Press, New York, 2009, 319-47.
  • Fitzpatrick, P. 'Finding Normativity: Immigration Policy and Normative Formation', in Hans Lindahl, ed., A Right to Inclusion and Exclusion? Normative Thought Lines of the EU’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, Hart Publishers (July 2009).
  • Fitzpatrick, P. '"What are the gods to us now?": Secular Theology and the Modernity of Law', in Pierre Legrand ed., Derrida and Law, Ashgate (July 2009).
  • Guardiola-Rivera, O. 'What comes after Sovereignty', in After Sovereignty: On the Question of Political Beginnings. Balbour, C. & Pavlich, G., eds. (London: Routledge/Cavendish, 2009).
  • Hanafin, P. 'Rights of Passage: The Constitutional BioPolitics of Dying', in Rosi Braidotti, Claire Colebrook, and Patrick Hanafin (eds), Deleuze and Law: Forensic Futures (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2009).
  • Hanafin, P. (with Rosi Braidotti and Claire Colebrook) 'Introduction: Deleuze and law - forensic futures' in  Braidotti R, Colebrook, C and Hanafin, P. (eds) Deleuze and Law: Forensic Futures (Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan 2009) pp.1-6.
  • Macmillan, F. 'Development, Cultural Self-Determination, and the World Trade Organization', in A Perry-Kessaris (ed), Law in Pursuit of Development: Principles into Practice? (Routledge/Cavendish, December 2009)
  • McAuslan, P. 'Land and Power in Afghanistan: in pursuit of Law and Justice?' in Perry-Kessaris, A. (ed.) Law in the Pursuit of Development. Principles into Practice? (Routledge Cavendish, December 2009).
  • Monk, D. 'Parental Responsibility and Education: Taking the Long View', in R. Probert, J. Herring and S.Gilmore (eds) Responsible Parents and Parental Responsibility (Hart, 2009), pp.143-164.
  • Monk, D. 'Sex Education and the Law in England and Wales: The Importance of Legal Narratives', (with Ann Blair) in Lutz Sauerteig and Roger Davidson (eds, Shaping Sexual Knowledge: A Cultural History of Sex Education in Twentieth Century Europe and North America, Routledge Studies in the Social History of Medicine, (2009)
  • Moran, L. ‘Transcripts and Truth: Writing the Trials of Oscar Wilde’, in J. Bristow (ed) Oscar Wilde and Modern Culture: The Making of a Legend, Ohio University Press, March 2009, pp. 234-259.
  • Moran, :L. 'Protecting the judge: a case study in the cultural lives of the judiciary', in Law and Film: Essays on the state of the field', A. Sarat (ed), a special edition of Studies in Law, Politics and Society 46 (2009) 93-115.
  • Moran, L. 'Imagining the judge: fragments of a study of judicial portraiture’ in Kjell Ǎ Modéer and Martin Sunnqvist, (eds) Legal staging: Visualisation – Mediatisation – Ritualisation: Legal Communication through through Language, Literature, Media, Art and Architecture. Copenhagen: Copenhagen University Press (2009)
  • Moran, L. 'A Queer Case of Judicial Diversity: Sexuality, Law and Judicial Studies', in eds. Noreen Giffney & Michael O'Rourke, The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory, Aldershot: Ashgate, (2009).
  • Perry-Kessaris, A. (2009), 'Introduction', in Law in the Pursuit of Development: Principles into Practice? (Routledge/Cavendish, December 2009).
  • Perry-Kessaris, A.  (2009), 'Enriching the World Bank's vision of national legal systems and foreign direct investment', in Berling, P, ed, New Directions in the Rule of Law, Uppsala: Iustus.
  • Perry-Kessaris, A. 'Corporate liability for environmental harm', in Fitzmaurice, M, and Ong, D, eds, Research Handbook on International Environmental Law, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar  (forthcoming March 2010).
  • Reece, H.  'The Degradation of Parental Responsibility', in Rebecca Probert, Stephen Gilmore and Jonathan Herring (eds), Responsible Parents and Parental Responsibility (Hart Publishing, May 2009)
  • Reece, H.  'Feminist Anti-violence Discourse as Regulation', in Shelley Day Sclater, Fatemeh Ebtehaj, Emily Jackson and Martin Richards (eds), Regulating Autonomy:  Sex, Reproduction and Family (Hart Publishing, 2009), pp 37-51.


  • Aristodemou, Maria 'Cause lawyers are alright: ideology works its magic on the cause', International Journal of Law in Context (2009), 5: 331-338

  • Bellido, J. 'Latin American and Spanish Copyright Bilateral Agreements (1880-1904)', Journal of World Intellectual Property, 12/1 (January 2009), pp. 1-39.

  • Bowring, B. 'Russia and Human Rights: Incompatible Opposites?', Vol 1, No 2 (2009) Göttingen Journal of International Law 1/2 (2009) 257-278.

  • Bowring, Bill. ' Legal mechanisms of the council of Europe and the EU'. Al-Majdal-Badil’s Quarterly English Language Magazine 41(2009), pp. 8-11. ISSN 1726-7277.

  • Bruce-Jones, E. 2009. 'Anthropology as Critical Legal Intervention? Instrumentalization, Co-Construction and Critical Reformulation in the Relationship between Anthropology and International Law', in 14(2) UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, 331-365.
  • Fitzpatrick, P. ‘Legal Theology: Law, Modernity and the Sacred’, Seattle University Law Review, 32 (Winter 2009) 321-41.

  • Fitzpatrick, P. 'Law as Theory: Constitutive Thought in the Formation of (Legal) Practice', Socio-Legal Review Vol.5 (2009) 1-20.

  • Guardiola-Rivera, O. 'The Seven Bridges of Koenisbgerg: On general and particular Legal Theory/Los Siete Puentes de Koenisberg: Sobre la Teoria Juridica General y Particular', Nomadas: Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 31 (Fall 2009) Bogota: IESCO/Universidad Central.

  • Haldar, P. 'Law and Animalities', Law and Humanities 3/1 (2009), 69-85.

  • Patrick Hanafin, "An Ethics for Dead Voices: Law and the Politics of Sexual Difference in Dacia Maraini’s Isolina", in Law and Humanities, (2010), Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 195–209

  • Hanafin, P. 'An Ethics for Dead Voices: Law and the Politics of Sexual Difference in Dacia Maraini’s Isolina', in Law and Humanities, (Forthcoming 2010), Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 195–209.

  • Hanafin, P. 'Refusing Disembodiment: Abortion and the Paradox of Reproductive Rights in Contemporary Italy', Feminist Theory, 10 (2009), 227-244.

  • Lamble, S. ''Unknowable Bodies, Unthinkable Sexualities: Lesbian and Transgender Legal Invisibility in the Toronto Women's Bathhouse Raid', Social and Legal Studies 18/1 (2009), pp. 111-130.

  • Lamble, S. (with Nicola Barker) 'From Social Security to Individual Responsibility: Sanctions, Conditionality and Punitiveness in the Welfare Reform Bill 2009 (Part One)', Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 31/3 (Fall 2009), pp. 321-332.

  • Monk, D. 'Reckless Trials? Contextualising the criminalisation of the sexual transmission of HIV' (2009) Radical Philosophy Issue 156, July/August, pp. 2-6.

  • Monk, D. ‘Regulating Home Education: Negotiating Standards, Anomalies and Rights’ (2009) Child and Family Law Quarterly 21 (2): 155-184.

  • Moran, :L. 'What kind of field is 'law, gender & sexuality'? Achievements, concerns and possible futures’ Feminist Legal Studies (2009).

  • Moran, L. 'Judicial bodies as sexual bodies: A tale of two portraits', Australian Feminist Law Journal (2009).

  • Moran, L. 'Researching the irrelevant and the invisible: sexual diversity in the judiciary', Feminist Theory (2009).

  • Moran, L. ‘Judging pictures: a case study of portraits of the Chief Justices, Supreme Court of New South Wales’, International Journal of Law in Context (2009)

  • ‘Projecting the judge: a case study in the cultural lives of the judiciary’ in 'Law and Film: Essays on the state of the field’ A Sarat (ed) a special edition of Studies in Law, Politics and Society (2009) 46: 93-115.

  • Schütz, A.'Imperatives Without Imperator' Law and Critique XX Anniversary Issue, 20/3 (autumn 2009).

  • 'Sisyphos und das Problem', in Gralf-Peter Calliess, Andreas Fischer Lescano, Dan Wielsch, Peer Zumbansen (eds.), Soziologische Jurisprudenz: Festschrift für Gunther Teubner zum 65. Geburtstag, Berlin (De Gruyter) 2009, 163-178.

  • Weait, M. (with Dodds, C.. Bourne, A) ‘Unintended consequences: The impact of criminal prosecutions for HIV transmission on gay men with diagnosed HIV’, Reproductive Health Matters (December 2009).

  • Weait, M. (with Todd Ferguson, J., Karpf, T. and Swift, R.Y. Decent Care: Living Values, Health Justice and Human Flourishing, Report for Ford Foundation August 2009.

  • Zartaloudis, T (with Alex Murray), 'The Power of Thought', Law and Critique XX Anniversary Issue, 20/3 (autumn 2009).