- Judith Butler: Ethics, Law, Politics (London, Routledge-Glasshouse, January 2007).
- Disobedience, sujectively speaking. Disobedience Theory and Practice London: Routledge, (forthcoming 2013).
- (with S. Ramshaw) ‘Writing the legal Body’, A Special Edition of Australian Feminist Law Journal vol. 29 (2008).
- (with L. Moran, E.Sandon and I.Christie) Law’s Moving Image (London: Cavendish, 2004).
- (with S. Ramshaw) ‘Writing the legal Body’, A Special Edition of Australian Feminist Legal Studies vol.29 (2008).
Chapters in edited collections
- ‘Lauren Berlant the Americanist, Comparative Literary Theorist and Cynical Philosopher’ in M.Groden, M. Kreiswirth, and I. Szeman, The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism (Baltimore John Hopkins University Press, forthcoming 2012)
- ‘Before the Law. Encounters at the Bordeline’ in M. Stone, I.R.Wall and C.Douzinas (eds) New Critical Thinking: Law and the Political (London, Birkbeck Law Press, 2012)
- 'This is what democracy looks like', in James Martel and Jimmy Casas Klausen (eds) How not to be Governed: Reading and Interpretations from a Postanarchist Left, New York, Lexington Press (February 2011).
- ‘‘No Gods No Masters’: Anarchism and the other art of life in After Sovereingty, (eds) Pavlich, G and Barbour, C. (London, Routledge-Cavendish, forthcoming 2008)
- 'Butler and Life: Law, Sovereignty and Power’, in Judith Butler's Precarious Politics: Critical encounters (eds) Carver, T and Chambers, S. (London: Routledge, 2008)
- 'Rebel without a cause?' in Law's Moving Image (eds) L.Moran, E.Sandon, E.Loizidou and I.Christie (London, Cavendish, 2004)
- 'Rebellion and citizenship: a critical analysis of 1950s youth delinquency' in Rebel without a cause: Approaches (ed) D. Slocum (New York, SUNNY, 2005)
- 'Of Feminism, Children and Pornography' in Eric Heinze (ed.), Of Innocence and Autonomy: Children, Sex and Human Rights, London, Ashgate (2000).
- 'Heavenly Creatures, Matricide and Criminal Law's obsession with Confessions' in L. Moran (ed.), Legal Queeries , London, Cassell, 1998.
- ‘Parallel Lives’, Journal of Law and the Humanities (forthcoming 2012) published first online 14th September 2012.
- ‘The body figural and material in the work of Judith Butler’, Australian Feminist Law Journal Vol. 28 (June 2008), 29-51.
- 'Criminal Law and Punishment: Indexical permission', Punishment and Society (2004) vol.6 (3), 303-319.
- 'The Love Bug and the Melancholic Drag Queen or a reflection on the cultural/political 'grounds' of subjects as sexual', Journal of Cultural Research (2004) vol.8 (4), 447-465.
- ' Learning Pain: Poetry in Emotion', Liverpool Law Review (2001) 23: 179-185.
- (with Imogen Tyler) 'The Promise of Berlant: An Interview', Cultural Values 4 (2000), 497-511.
- 'Sex @ the end of the twentieth century: some re-marks on a minor jurisprudence', Law and Critique 10/1 (1999), 71-86.
- 'A phantasmatic moment: the defense of in-sanity' Law and Critique 8/2 (1997), 115-140
- 'The Trouble with Rape: Gender Matters and Legal Transformations' Feminist Legal Studies 7/3 (1999), 275-297
- September 2011, ‘Laughter and Anarchism’, International Critical Legal Studies Conference Abersythwith
- February, 2009, ‘The body figural and material in the work of Judith Butler’ Graduate School Utrecht University
- May, 2009, Feminism, Pecans University of Kent/Westminster
- December, 2007, ‘‘Butler and Life: Law, Governmentality, Sovereingnty’Gender Institute, Panteion University, Athens
- May 2012, ‘Hannah Arendt and Occupy’, Hannah Arendt’s Crisis in Culture 50th Anniversary: Reflections, Implications, Speculations, Goleb Amsterdam
- May 2012, ‘Laughter and Anarchism’, What is a Coalition? Conference, Gender Studies, University of Geneva.
- May 2011, ‘To Have and Have not: Queer Legal Studies’, Queer Law Conference, SOAS London.
- February 2011, ‘Watermelon Fields’ An Encounter with Judith Butler’, Department of Politics and International Relations. University of Westminster, London.
- June, 2008: ‘Anarchism in America’, Law school, Lancaster University
- September, 2007: ‘Misreading Split Decisions’, discussion of Janet Halley’s Split Decisions: How and Why to Take a Break from Feminism (Princeton, PUPress, 2006), SOAS, University of London
- May, 2006: Commentator to the Plenary Address of Professor Wendy Brown, Critical International Law Conference, Birkbeck College
- February, 2007: ‘Anarchism in America’ , Legal theory Discussion Group, Law School, Leicester University
- February, 2006: ‘Ethics in Judith Butler’s critical theory’ – Center for the Study of Law and Culture, Columbia University Law School
- May 2010, Dissobedience, Birkbeck School of Law
- September 2007: Walls: Re-approaching structural divides in critical legal theory, School of Law, Birkbeck College.
- May 2002 'Fantasises of Childhood' with Marq Smith at ICA
- April 2009, ‘Anarchism an art of living’, Law, culture and Humanities, Suffolk University Law School, Boston.
- June 2008, ‘Anarchism in America’, Law school, Lancaster University
- September, 2004: 'My Body, This paper, This fire' Text and Terrain Colloquium at the AHRC Center for the Study of Law, Gender and Sexuality, Kent Law School. Key note address.
- May, 2005 'Double Law' - AHRC centre for the study of Law, Gender and Sexuality, Kent Law School.
- March, 2000 'Ethics and Politics in Judith Butler's work'-SLSA Conference, Liverpool University
- March 2004 'Rebel without a Cause?' Law Culture and the Humanities Annual Conference, Hartford Connecticut
- April 2003' Rebel without a Cause?', Westminster University (Guest speaker)
- September 2002 -'Fantasies of Freedom Future Tense' Critical Legal Studies Conference, London Metropolitan University
- May 2002 -'Fantasies of Freedom Future Tense' Imagining Communities International Conference, Lancaster Women Studies
- 'Postoedipal subjects: reading Oedipus otherwise'. SLSA Conference, Bristol, April 2001.
- 'Rebel(s) without a cause?', Law and Criminology Seminar, Lancaster University, April 2001 and School of Law, Birkbeck College, November 2000.
- 'Subject formations and civil subjection', International Institute of Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain, September 2000.
- 'The maternal in Lolita', Law and Society Association, Chicago, May 1999.
- 'Of Feminism, Children and Pornography', Open Seminar at the Institute for Women's Studies, Lancaster University, May 1998.
- 'Of Feminism, Children and Pornography', Of Innocence and Autonomy: Children, Sex and Human Rights Conference, Queen Mary and Westfield College, April 1998.
- 'Heavenly Creatures, Matricide and Criminal law', Critical Legal Studies Conference, University of East London, September 1996
- Margaret Thornton (ed.) 'Romancing the Tomes: Popular Culture, Law and Feminism' International Journal of Law in Context (forthcoming 2005).
- Michael Warner's 'Publics and Counter-Publics' (book review) ( New York, Zone, 2002) Space and Culture vol.6, issue1, 77-8, (2003).
- 'Acquaintance Rape' (book review) Feminist Legal Studies (2000).
- 'Urban Excess and the Law' (book review) Howard Journal of Criminal Justice (1997).