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ALLEN, N., 2005. Making sense of the Children Act 1989. Chichester: Wiley. ISBN 9780470854969


BECKETT, H., CAMPBELL, C., O'MAHONY, D., DOAK, J. and JACKSON, J., 2005. Interim evaluation of the Northern Ireland Youth Conferencing Scheme. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office.

BELL, S. and ETHERINGTON, L., 2005. Environmental Law Reports. Sweet & Maxwell.

BERRY, E., 2005. The Partnership Bill 2003: unnecessary tinkering or much-needed reform? Journal of Business Law, pp. 70-90. ISSN 0021-9460

BERRY, E. and BOYES, S., 2005. Access to justice in the community courts: a limited right? Civil Justice Quarterly, 24, pp. 224-225. ISSN 0261-9261

BLACKSTOCK, K.L., KIRK, E. and REEVES, A.D., 2005. Sociology, science and sustainability: developing relationships in Scotland. Sociological Research Online, 10 (2). ISSN 1360-7804

BOYES, S., 2005. Caught behind or following-on? Cricket, the European Union and the 'Bosman effect' [online]. Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, 3 (1). ISSN 1748-944X

BOYES, S., 2005. Law, regulation and the 'Europeanisation' of a global game. In: J. MAGEE, A. BAIRNER and A. TOMLINSON, eds., The bountiful game? Football identities and finance. Meyer & Meyer, pp. 230-247. ISBN 1841261785

BURDETTE, D. and MULLER, E., 2005. Aspects of tax pertaining to insolvency law in South Africa. International Insolvency Review (14), pp. 201-221. ISSN 1180-0518


CAMPBELL, C., DEVLIN, R., O'MAHONY, D., DOAK, J., JACKSON, J., CORRIGAN, T. and MCEVOY, K., 2005. Evaluation of the Northern Ireland Youth Conferencing Scheme. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office.

CHADWICK, E., 2005. No comity in error: asylum and 'wars of choice'. Revue de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre, 44 (12), pp. 51-84. ISSN 1370-6209

CHING, J., 2005. Proper reflection. , p. 17.


DENONCOURT, J., 2005. Australian design law. In: J. SYKES, ed., Intellectual property in designs. London: LexisNexis Butterworths. ISBN 0406976252

DENONCOURT, J., 2005. Patent marking strategies: why & where. In: Engineering Enterprise through IP Education Conference, UK Patent Office, London, October 2005, London.

DOAK, J., 2005. Victims' rights in criminal trials: prospects for participation. Journal of Law and Society, 32 (2), pp. 294-316.


ETHERINGTON, L., 2005. Review of 'European Union environmental law: an introduction to key selected areas' by Peter G.G. Davies. Journal of Consumer Policy, 28 (2), pp. 234-237. ISSN 1573-0700


FERRIS, G., 2005. Larceny: debating the 'boundless region of dishonesty'. In: J. ROWBOTHAM and K. STEVENSON, eds., Criminal conversations: Victorian crimes, social panic, and moral outrage. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, pp. 70-86. ISBN 814209734

FERRIS, G., 2005. Reform of housing law. Nottingham Law Journal, 14 (1), pp. 53-56. ISSN 0965-0660


GARWOOD-GOWERS, A., 2005. Apectos basicos de la capacidad y la responsabilidad de menores en el derecho civil y criminal ingles, (Key aspects of capacity and responsibility of juveniles under English civil and criminal law with Kay Wheat. In: I. RUIZ-GALLARDON and P. DE, eds., Los Menores Ante El Derecho: Responsibilidad capacidad y autonomia de los menores de edad. Madrid: Estudio de Derecho Comparado, Universidad Complutense, pp. 171-206.

GARWOOD-GOWERS, A., 2005. Ethical and legal problems with creating, testing, selecting and engineering embryos to satisfy personal preferences. In: Symposium on Designer Babies, Middlesex University, Middlesex, UK, February 2005, Middlesex University.

GARWOOD-GOWERS, A., 2005. The proper limits for medical intervention that harms the therapeutic interests of incompetents. In: A. GARWOOD-GOWERS, K. WHEAT and J. TINGLE, eds., Contemporary issues in healthcare law and ethics. Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd.. ISBN 750688327

GARWOOD-GOWERS, A., TINGLE, J. and WHEAT, K., 2005. Contemporary issues in healthcare law and ethics. Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd.. ISBN 0750688327


HENHAM, R., 2005. Plea bargaining and the legitimacy of international trial justice: some observations on the Dragan Nikolic sentencing judgement of the ICTY. International Criminal Law Review, 5 (4), p. 601.

HENHAM, R., 2005. Punishment and process in international crime trials. Aldershot: Ashgate.

HENHAM, R., 2005. Theorising the penality of sentencing in international criminal trials. In: N. LARSEN and R. SMANDYCH, eds., Global criminology and criminal justice: current issues and perspectives. Calgary, AB: Broadview Press.

HENHAM, R., 2005. The ethics of plea bargaining in international criminal trials. Liverpool Law Review, 26 (3), p. 209.

HENHAM, R., 2005. The normative context of sentencing for genocide. In: International Conference, The Criminal Law of Genocide: International, Comparative and Contextual Aspects, held at Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University, September 2005, Nottingham.

HENHAM, R. and DRUMBL, M., 2005. Plea bargaining at the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Criminal Law Forum, 16 (1), pp. 49-87.

HENHAM, R. and DRUMBL, M., 2005. Plea bargaining at the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Criminal Law Forum, 16 (1), pp. 49-87.

HENHAM, R. and FINDLAY, M., 2005. Comparative contextual analysis: theory, method and use. In: Workshop on Sentencing Research: Theory, Methodology and Perspective, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, June 2005, Freiburg, Germany.

HENHAM, R. and FINDLAY, M., 2005. Transforming international criminal justice: retributive and restorative justice in the trial process. Cullompton: Willan.

HENHAM, R. and MANOZZI, G., 2005. Il ruolo delle vittime nel processo penale e nella commisurazione della pena: un'analisi delle scelte normative e politico-criminali effettuate nell'ordinamento inglese e in quello italiano. Rivista Italiana di Diritto e Procedura Penale, 2, p. 706.


JARMAN, J., MACDONALD, C. and KARIA, C., 2005. Commercial court pleadings: technical requirements and effective communication. In: C. MACDONALD and C. KARIA, eds., Butterworths commercial court and arbitration pleadings. London: Tottel. ISBN 1845920368


LEWIS, T., 2005. Political advertising and the Communications Act: tailored suit or old blanket? European Human Rights Law Review, 3. ISSN 1361-1526


MAYSON, S., 2005. The drivers of value in law firms: a capital approach. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


PARRY, R., 2005. Directors' duties within the United Kingdom. In: S. TULLY, ed., Research handbook on corporate legal responsibility. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 73-87. ISBN 1843768208

PARRY, R., 2005. Floating charges over book debts. King's College Law Journal, 16 (2), pp. 347-356. ISSN 0961-5768

PARRY, R., 2005. The position of family sureties within the framework of protection for consumer debtors in European Union Member States. European Review of Private Law, 13 (3), pp. 357-381. ISSN 0928-9801

PEYSNER, J. and SENEVIRATNE, M., 2005. The management of civil cases: the courts and the post-Woolf landscape. Department for Constitutional Affairs.


SAVAGE, A., 2005. Case report: Morgan Est v Hanson Concrete. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (3), pp. 366-380.

SAVAGE, A., 2005. Case report: Parsons v George. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (1), pp. 29-44.

SAVAGE, A., 2005. Case report: Reed Executive v Reed Business Information. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (1), pp. 45-58.

SAVAGE, A., 2005. Case report: Stokes Pension Fund v Western Power Distribution. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (5), pp. 624-639.

SENEVIRATNE, M., 2005. Researching ombudsmen. In: R. BANAKER and M. TRAVERS, eds., Theory and method in socio-legal research. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

STRETCH, R., 2005. Duties to report and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: a comparison with mandatory reporting in France. Web Journal of Current Legal Issues (4). ISSN 1360-1326


THORNTON, J., WALD, R., GREKO, M., TROMANS, S., ETHERINGTON, L., BELL, S. and NASH, M., 2005. Environmental Law Bulletin. UNSPECIFIED.


WALTERS, A., 2005. Bankruptcy and hybrid claims. Law Quarterly Review, 121, pp. 46-48. ISSN 0023-933X

WALTERS, A., 2005. Personal insolvency law after the Enterprise Act: an appraisal. Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 5, pp. 65-104. ISSN 1473-5970

WALTERS, A. and DAVIS-WHITE, M., 2005. Directors' disqualification and bankruptcy restrictions. London: Sweet & Maxwell. ISBN 0421839708

WHEAT, K., 2005. Is there a medical malpractice crisis in the UK? Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 33 (3), pp. 444-455. ISSN 1073-1105

WILSON, G., 2005. The significance of corporate collective power to New Labour's project: market values, corporate regulation and the possibilities for a progressive politics. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 56 (4), pp. 492-520. ISSN 0029-3105

WONG, R., 2005. Privacy: charting its developments and prospects. In: M. KLANG and A. MURRAY, eds., Human rights in the digital age. London: Cavendish, pp. 147-161. ISBN 1904385311

WONG, R., 2005. The shape of things to come: Swedish developments on the protection of privacy. Script-ed, 2 (1), pp. 98-113. ISSN 1744-2567

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