Weait, M. (2007) Intimacy and Responsibility: the Criminalisation of HIV Transmission, Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish.
Chapters in books
Weait, Matthew. (2013) 'The United Kingdom: the right to health in the context of a Nationalised Health Service'. In: Zuniga, J.M. and Marks, S.P. and Gostin, L.O. (eds.) Advancing the Human Right to Health. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199661619.
Weait, M., and Scott Burris. (2013) ’Criminalization and the moral responsibility for sexual transmission of HIV’, Cardiff Studies in Ethics, Law and Society Volume 5 edited by Nicky Priaulx and Anthony Wrigley. pp 133-152. Farnham: Ashgate.
Weait, M. (2012) ‘Criminal law: teaching criminal law from a trial perspective’ pp 161-182 in Hunter, C. (ed.) Integrating Socio-Legal Studies into the Law Curriculum, Basingstoke; Palgrave Macmillan.
Weait, M. (2007) 'Sado-masochism and the law', in Langdridge, D. and Barker, M. (eds) Safe, Sane and Consensual, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Weait, M. (2007) 'On Being Responsible', in Munro, V. and Stychin, C.F. (eds) Law and Sexuality: Feminist Engagements, Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish, pp 19-50
Weait, M. (2013) 'Unsafe law: health, rights and the legal response to HIV', International Journal of Law in Context 9(4): 535-564.
Weait, M. (with Rodger, A., Phillips, A. Bruun, T., Vernazza, P., Collins, S. Estrada, V., Van Lunzen, J., Corbelli, G.M. and Lundgren, J.) (2012) ‘Partners of people on ART - a New Evaluation of the Risks (The PARTNER study): design and methods’, BMC Public Health 2012, 12:296.
Weait, M. (with Catherine Dodds and Adam Bourne) ‘Responses to criminal prosecutions for HIV transmission among gay men with HIV in England and Wales’, Reproductive Health Matters (2009); 17(34):135–145
Weait, M. (with Jeffrey V. Lazarus, Nadja Curth, Srdan Matic), ‘HIV-related travel restrictions in the European Region’, Journal of the International AIDS Society (2009)
Bernard, E., Geretti, A-M, van Damme, A., Azad, Y. and Weait, M. (2007) 'The use of phylogenetic analysis as evidence in criminal investigation of HIV transmission', London: National AIDS Trust/National AIDS Manual (February 2007).
Bernard, E., Geretti, A-M, van Damme, A., Azad, Y. and Weait, M. (2007) 'HIV forensics: pitfalls and acceptable standards in the use of phylogenetic analysis as evidence in criminal linvestigations of HIV transmission', HIV Medicine, 8, 382–387.
Weait, M. and Azad, Y. (2005) 'The Criminalization of HIV Transmission in England and Wales: Questions of Law and Policy', HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review, 10(2): 1-12.
Weait, M. (2005) 'Knowledge, Autonomy and Consent: R v Konzani', Criminal Law Review, October: 763-772.
Weait, M. (2005) 'Harm, Consent and the Limits of Privacy', Feminist Legal Studies, 13: 97-122
Weait, M. (2005) 'Criminal Law and the Sexual Transmission of HIV: R v Dica', Modern Law Review 68(1): 121-134
Lester, A. and Weait, M. (2003) 'The Use of Ministerial Powers without Parliamentary Authority: the Ram Doctrine', Public Law, Autumn: 415-428
Weait, M. (2001) 'Taking the Blame: Criminal Law, Social Responsibility and the Sexual Transmission of HIV', Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 23(1): 441-457
Conference papers and invited lectures
'The Diseased Body of Law' (University of Exeter, May 2009)
'Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Hepatitis B' (International Perspectives on Hepatology Conference, Amsterdam, July 2009)
'HIV, Law and Vulnerable Populations' (Inter-Parliamentary Union, Athens, September 2009)
(2012/13) Monument Trust - (co-investigator with Dr Catherine Dodds, Sigma Research, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine): Keeping Confidence: HIV and the Criminal Law from Service Provider Perspectives (Report Launch 6/3/2013): http://sigmaresearch.org.uk/projects/policy/project55/
Weait, M. (2009) ‘Criminal Liability for Sexually Transmitted infections’, Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, Vol. 173, pp. 45-47
Dodds, C., Weatherburn, P., Bourne, A., Hammond, G., Weait, M., Hickson, F., Reid, D., Jessup, K. (2009) Sexually Charged: the Views of Gay and Bisexual men on Criminal Prosecution for Sexual HIV Transmission (London: Sigma Research).