Items where Division is "Nottingham Law School" and Year is 2020

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Journal article

ADAMIDIS, V., 2020. Populism and the rule of recognition: challenging the foundations of democratic legal systems. Populism. ISSN 2588-8064 (Forthcoming)

ARIMORO, A. and MUSA, H., 2020. Towards sustainable water resource management in rural Nigeria: the role of communities. Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy, 11 (1), pp. 1-17. ISSN 2467-8406

ARIMORO, A.E., 2020. The Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic and the challenge of healthcare infrastructure in Nigeria: what role for public-private partnerships? Theoretical and Applied Law. ISSN 2686-7834 (Forthcoming)

BERRY, E., 2020. Partnership law: used, misused or abused? European Business Law Review. ISSN 0959-6941 (Forthcoming)

BRITTLE, R. and DESMET, E., 2020. Thirty years of research on children’s rights in the context of migration: towards increased visibility and recognition of some children, but not all? The International Journal of Children’s Rights, 28 (1), pp. 36-65. ISSN 0927-5568

CHING, J., 2020. Solicitors' rights of audience, competence and regulation: a responsibility rights approach. Legal Studies. ISSN 0261-3875 (Forthcoming)

GARCÍA OLIVA, J. and HALL, H., 2020. Peoples and sovereignty: constitutional law lessons from Greenland and Denmark. Public Law: April, pp. 331-349. ISSN 0033-3565

KEAY, A., LOUGHREY, J., WEI, C., ZHAO, J. and HU, T., 2020. Protecting Chinese investors through oppression actions: an examination in light of the position in the United Kingdom. Australian Journal of Asian Law. (Forthcoming)

MEVORACH, I. and WALTERS, A., 2020. The characterization of pre-insolvency proceedings in private international law. European Business Organization Law Review. ISSN 1566-7529

MEVORACH, I. and WALTERS, A., 2020. The characterization of pre-insolvency proceedings in private international law. European Business Organization Law Review. ISSN 1566-7529

O'NIONS, H., 2020. 'Fat cat' lawyers and 'illegal' migrants: the impact of intersecting hostilities and toxic narratives on access to justice. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 42 (3), pp. 319-340. ISSN 0964-9069

O'NIONS, H., 2020. No place called home. The banishment of 'foreign criminals' in the public interest: a wrong without redress. Laws, 9 (4): 26. ISSN 2075-471X

ONG, D., 2020. Transboundary fisheries management: the Malaysian perspective. Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8 (2), pp. 131-177. ISSN 2213-4476

PARRY, R., 2020. An assessment of UK insolvency laws in the light of new ways of working in the era of COVID-19. International Corporate Rescue. ISSN 1572-4638 (Forthcoming)

PARRY, R. and BISSON, R., 2020. Legal approaches to management of the risk of cloud computing insolvencies. Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 20 (2), pp. 421-451. ISSN 1473-5970

PARRY, R. and LONG, Y., 2020. China's Enterprise Bankruptcy Law, building an infrastructure towards a market-based approach. The Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 20 (1), pp. 157-178. ISSN 1473-5970

PARRY, R., ZHANG, H. and FU, J., 2020. Personal insolvency in China: necessities, difficulties and possibilities. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 46 (2). ISSN 0740-4824 (Forthcoming)

SAHIN, H., 2020. Production sharing agreements in the Caucasus and Central Asia: a contextual study of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. TDM, 17 (1), pp. 1-12. ISSN 1875-4120

SMITH, H., BIRD, K., ROESER, J., ROBSON, J., BRABER, N., WRIGHT, D. and STACEY, P.C., 2020. Voice parade procedures: optimising witness performance. Memory, 28 (1), pp. 2-17. ISSN 0965-8211

THORNTON, J., 2020. Is publicly funded criminal defence sustainable? Legal aid cuts, morale, retention and recruitment in the English criminal law professions. Legal Studies. ISSN 0261-3875

WEI, C., ZHAO, J. and MCCORMACK, G., 2020. Evolutionary traditions and corporate law: the effectiveness and development of liquidation duty in China. Asia Pacific Law Review, 27 (2), pp. 149-175. ISSN 1019-2557

WEN, S. and ZHAO, J., 2020. The bumpy road of home states' regulation of globalized businesses - legal and institutional disruptions to supply chain disclosure under the Modern Slavery Act. Catholic University Law Review, 69 (1): 9, pp. 125-162. ISSN 0008-8390

WEN, S. and ZHAO, J., 2020. The commons, the common good and extraterritoriality: seeking sustainable global justice through corporate responsibility. Sustainability, 12 (22): 9475. ISSN 2071-1050

ZHAO, J., OU, J., LIU, Y. and LIN, W., 2020. Make or buy – a new look for derivative action costs in Chinese law for a more enabling environment. Texas International Law Journal, 55 (2), pp. 297-326. ISSN 0163-7479

Authored book

ARIMORO, A.E., 2020. Public-Private Partnerships in emerging economies. Finance and banking law series . London: Routledge, p. 256. (Forthcoming)

MITCHELL, I., WATKIN JONES, P., JONES, S. and IRETON, E., 2020. The practical guide to public inquiries. Oxford: Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781509928330

Chapter in book

ARIMORO, A.E., 2020. Crime or human right?: The criminalization of same-sex relationship conundrum in Nigeria. In: J. KUREBWA, ed., Understanding gender in the African context. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 142-167. ISBN 9781799828150

CHING, J. and MAHARG, P., 2020. 'Complicitous and contestatory': a critical genre approach to reviewing legal education in the global, digital age. In: Modernising legal education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 239-257. ISBN 9781108475754

DENONCOURT, J., 2020. Corporate intellectual property, governance and board effectiveness reviews in large and premium list UK companies. In: D. GERVAIS, ed., Fairness, morality and ordre public in intellectual property. ATRIP intellectual property . Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 141-172. ISBN 9781839104367

SAHIN, H., 2020. Production sharing agreements in the Caucasus and Central Asia: a contextual study of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. In: A. ASEEVA and J. GÓRSKI, eds., The law and policy of new Eurasian regionalization: economic integration, trade, and investment in the post-Soviet and greater Eurasian space. The Nijhoff international trade law series . Netherland: Brill, pp. 493-508. ISBN 9789004447868 (Forthcoming)

WAKELIN, E., 2020. Rule of law and the UN sustainable development goals. In: W. LEAL FILHO, A.M. AZUL, L. BRANDII, P.G. ÖZUYAR and T. WALL, eds., Peace, justice and strong institutions. Encyclopedia of the UN sustainable development goals . Cham: Springer. ISBN 9783319710662

WILSON, G. and WILSON, S., 2020. The interplay between criminal and quasi-criminal enforcement mechanisms in the UK context explored through the prism of ‘market abuse’: current approaches and historical perspectives. In: V. FRANSSEN and C. HARDING, eds., Quasi-criminal enforcement mechanisms in Europe: origins, concepts, future. Oxford: Hart. (Forthcoming)

Conference contribution

HOMEWOOD, M.J., 2020. SQE offers chance to create high quality courses where technology enhances learning. In: LegalEdCon North, The Lowry, Manchester, United Kingdom, 30 January 2020.

HOMEWOOD, M.J., 2020. The SQE. In: Legal Futures Conference, London, 11 March 2020.

HOMEWOOD, M.J., 2020. Technology enhanced learning at Nottingham Law School: predictive analytics. In: LegalEdCon 2020, Online, 14 May 2020.

WILSON, G., 2020. The Autarkic Company? Karl Polanyi, Joseph Conrad and the Heart of Darkness. In: Nottingham Law School Research Seminar, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University, 26 February 2020.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

HOMEWOOD, M.J., 2020. Law schools, the SQE and technology. Legal Futures.


ARIMORO, A.E., 2020. Book Review: Public Private Partnerships in Nigeria. Public Works Management and Policy. ISSN 1087-724X


ANDRASI, G., 2020. A comparison between Hungarian and Anglo-American approaches to ethical legal training at different stages of the educational continuum. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

HOSEN, E.R.A., 2020. A review of the Libyan insolvency and restructuring laws informed by insolvency law theory and international benchmarks. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

IRETON, E., 2020. An analysis of legal and political influence on the form and nature of post-2005 public inquiries and their significance. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

OMER, A., 2020. Developing governance to foster healthcare quality in Kurdistan semi-autonomous region of North-Iraq. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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