Items where Division is "Nottingham Law School" and Year is 2019

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ADAMIDIS, V., 2019. Manifestations of populism in late 5th century Athens. In: D.A. FRENKEL and N. VARGA, eds., New studies in law and history. Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research, pp. 11-28. ISBN 9789605982386

ADAMIDIS, V., 2019. The rhetorical use of torture in Attic forensic oratory. Rhetorica: a Journal of the History of Rhetoric, 37 (1), pp. 16-34. ISSN 0734-8584

AL-QASIM, S., 2019. Legal education in 'Islamic Law' for legal practice in England and Wales: an 'Islamic Law' framework for legal professionals. DLegal, Nottingham Trent University.


BARRETT, D., 2019. The regulatory space of equality and human rights in Britain: the role of the Equality and Human Rights Commission. Legal Studies. ISSN 0261-3875


CAMPBELL, A. and MOFFATT, P., 2019. Bank insolvency: the introduction of ring-fencing in the UK: an example to be followed? Journal of Business Law (4), pp. 241-261. ISSN 0021-9460

CHING, J. and HENDERSON, P., 2019. Providing advisory support and training on best practices in education and training techniques for legal professionals. Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia: Asia Foundation.

CUMPER, P. and LEWIS, T., 2019. Blanket bans, subsidiarity and the procedural turn of the European Court of Human Rights. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 68 (3), pp. 611-638. ISSN 0020-5893

CUMPER, P. and LEWIS, T., 2019. Human rights and religious litigation - faith in the law. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 8 (1), pp. 121-150. ISSN 2047-0770


DENONCOURT, J., 2019. Companies and UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goal 9 Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure. Journal of Corporate Law Studies. ISSN 1473-5970

DENONCOURT, J., 2019. Corporate intellectual property and board effectiveness reviews in large and premium list UK companies. In: D. GERVAIS, ed., Fairness, morality and ordre public in intellectual property. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (Forthcoming)

DENONCOURT, J., 2019. Does the rise of corporate patent ownership necessitate a reinvention of patent law? In: 38th Annual Congress International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP), Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, 25-28 August 2019.


GANT, J.L.L. and BUCHAN, J., 2019. Moral hazard, path dependency and failing franchisors: mitigating franchisee risk through participation. Federal Law Review, 47 (2), pp. 261-287. ISSN 0067-205X


JURASZ, O., LABENSKI, S., MOUTHAAN, S. and SEDMAN, D., 2019. AFRC trial judgment (Prosecutor v Brima, Kamara and Kanu). In: L. HODSON and T. LAVERS, eds., Feminist judgments in international law. Oxford: Hart, pp. 373-408. ISBN 9781509914456


KEMP, T., 2019. Solidarity in spaces of ‘care and custody’: the hospitality politics of immigration detention visiting. Theoretical Criminology. ISSN 1362-4806


MAHARG, P., 2019. Same as it ever was? Second modernity, technocracy, and the design of digital legal education. In: C. DENVIR, ed., Modernising legal education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

MCTIGUE, P.O.M., 2019. HIV, employment and the law: a socio-legal analysis of the legal framework. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

MEVORACH, I. and WALTERS, A., 2019. The characterization of pre-insolvency proceedings in private international law. European Business Organization Law Review. ISSN 1566-7529 (Forthcoming)

MOFFATT, P. and KING, M., 2019. Are some law schools more equal than others & how can they influence your success? New Law Journal, 169 (7825), p. 19. ISSN 0306-6479


NICHOLSON, A., 2019. A survivor-centric approach: the importance of contemporary slave narratives to the anti-slavery agenda. In: J.B. CLARK and S. POUCKI, eds., The SAGE Handbook of Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery. London: Sage, pp. 259-277. ISBN 9781473978553


O'NIONS, H., 2019. Crisis framing and the Syrian displacement: the 'threat' to European values. Nottingham Law Journal, 28. ISSN 0965-0660

OLIVA, J.G. and HALL, H., 2019. Trespass to the person, human rights and ethically contaminated food: freedom of belief and bodily autonomy. Journal of European Tort Law, 10 (1), pp. 27-62. ISSN 1868-9612

OLUMESE, O., 2019. Inhibitions to the enforcement of economic and social rights in the UK and Nigeria: a study of two worlds. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

ONG, D.M., 2019. Navigation of foreign vessels in Malaysian waters: between compliance with international law and national regulation of discretion. In: T.L. MCDORMAN, K. ZOU and S. LEE, eds., Regulation on navigation of foreign vessels. Maritime cooperation in East Asia (6). Leiden: Brill/Nijhoff, pp. 90-114. ISBN 9789004396265


PARRY, R. and LONG, Y., 2019. China's Enterprise Bankruptcy Law, building an infrastructure towards a market-based approach. The Journal of Corporate Law Studies. ISSN 1473-5970

PATEL, S. and VARLEY, I., 2019. Exploring the regulation of genetic testing in sport. Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, 17 (1): 5. ISSN 1748-944X


SMITH, H., BIRD, K., ROESER, J., ROBSON, J., BRABER, N., WRIGHT, D. and STACEY, P.C., 2019. Voice parade procedures: optimising witness performance. Memory. ISSN 0965-8211

SZARKISJAN, M. and DENONCOURT, J., 2019. Japanese trade mark law and Benrishi: preparing for Tokyo 2020. Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice. ISSN 1747-1532


THORNTON, J., 2019. Is publicly funded criminal defence sustainable? Legal aid cuts, morale, retention and recruitment in the English criminal law professions. Legal Studies. ISSN 0261-3875 (Forthcoming)

THORNTON, J., 2019. The way in which fee reductions influence legal aid criminal defence lawyer work: insights from a qualitative study. Journal of Law and Society, 46 (4). ISSN 0263-323X


WALTERS, A.J., 2019. Modified universalisms & the role of local legal culture in the making of cross-border insolvency law. American Bankruptcy Law Journal, 93 (1), pp. 47-110. ISSN 0027-9048

WILSON, G., 2019. Bovill’s Act 1865: much ado about nothing? In: Conference on the Regulation of Partnerships and Closely-Held Corporations, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 10 January 2019.


ZHAO, J., 2019. Extraterritorial attempts at addressing challenges to corporate sustainability. In: C.M. BRUNER and B. SJÅFJELL, eds., The Cambridge handbook of corporate law, corporate governance and sustainability. Cambridge law handbooks . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 29-42. ISBN 9781108473293 (Forthcoming)

ZHAO, J. and LI, Z., 2019. The regulatory framework of executive remuneration: contribution from shareholder activism and board accountability. Hastings Business Law Journal, 15 (2), pp. 202-252. ISSN 1554-849X

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