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Journal article

ROBSON, J., NEWMAN, L. and O'HAGAN, A., 2021. Redrawing the boundaries: the adequacy of the sexual offences act in addressing female sexual offending. The Journal of Criminal Law. ISSN 0022-0183

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

ROBSON, J. and SMITH, H., 2019. Can we have faith jurors listen without prejudice? Likely sources of inaccuracy in voice-comparison exercises. Criminal Law Review, 2, pp. 115-130. ISSN 0011-135X

SMITH, H.M.J., BAGULEY, T.S., ROBSON, J., DUNN, A.K. and STACEY, P.C., 2018. Forensic voice discrimination: the effect of speech type and background noise on performance. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 33 (2), pp. 272-287. ISSN 0888-4080

ROBSON, J., 2017. A fair hearing? The use of voice identification parades in criminal investigations in England and Wales. Criminal Law Review (1), pp. 36-50. ISSN 0011-135X

ROBSON, J., 2016. The veiled lodger - a reflection on the status of R v D. Nottingham Law Journal, 25, pp. 105-111. ISSN 0965–0660

ROBSON, J., 2016. The Niqaab and the Myth of Pinocchio’s Nose: Is the Niqaab an Impediment to Fact Finding in an Adversarial Trial? An Analysis ofR v D. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion. ISSN 2047-0770

EDWARDS, H. and ROBSON, J., 2012. Caging the green-eyed monster – restrictions on the use of sexual infidelity as a defence to murder. Nottingham Law Journal, 21, pp. 143-145. ISSN 0965-0660

Authored book

CURTIS, B.L. and ROBSON, J., 2016. A critical introduction to the metaphysics of time [forthcoming]. Bloomsbury critical introductions to contemporary metaphysics . London: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781472566850 (Forthcoming)

Conference contribution

BRABER, N., SMITH, H.M.J., ROBSON, J., WRIGHT, D. and HARDY, A., 2018. Accent detection in earwitness identification. In: Germanic Society for Forensic Linguistics (GSFL2018), University of York, York, 2-5 August 2018.

SMITH, H.M.J., KELLY, S., BRABER, N., ROBSON, J. and WRIGHT, D., 2018. Developing a procedure for eliciting accurate, detailed, and consistent forensic voice descriptions from lay witnesses. In: British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference 2018, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, 29-31 August 2018.

BRABER, N., SMITH, H.M.J., ROBSON, J., WRIGHT, D. and KELLY, S., 2018. “Not deep just average”: improving the useability of lay-listener voice descriptions. In: Germanic Society for Forensic Linguistics (GSFL2018), University of York, York, 2-5 August 2018.

ROBSON, J., 2017. A fair "hearing": voice identification, parades and PACE. In: Advancing Advocacy Conference: Challenges Ahead in Criminal Evidence and Procedure, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 23 June 2017.

SMITH, H.M.J., BAGULEY, T., ROBSON, J., DUNN, A. and STACEY, P.C., 2017. Forensic voice discrimination: the effect of recording conditions on matching decisions. In: 34th British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Section Conference 2017, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, 30 August - 1 September 2017.

ROBSON, J., 2015. The veil and the myth of Pinocchio's nose. In: Human Rights, Law and Religion: Perspectives on the Islamic Face Veil [seminar], Centre for Conflict, Rights and Justice, in collaboration with the NLS Centre for Advocacy, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 30 March 2015, Nottingham.

ROBSON, J., 2014. Criminal advocacy training after Jeffrey. In: International Advocacy Teaching Conference 2014, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 27-28 June 2014, Nottingham.

EDWARDS, H. and ROBSON, J., 2014. How to commit the perfect crime - designing teaching materials which develop storytelling abilities in trainee advocates. In: Applied Legal Storytelling Conference, City University London, London, 22-24 July 2014, London.

EDWARDS, H. and ROBSON, J., 2013. Do pride and prejudice stand in the way of persuasion? Embracing other disciplines for the advancement of advocacy teaching. In: Association of Law Teachers: 48th Annual Conference: All Consuming Legal Education, Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, 24-26 March 2013, Nottingham.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

ROBSON, J., 2017. EU wildlife laws should be celebrated – and retained – not treated as red tape. The Conversation.

ROBSON, J., 2017. Is the era of advocacy dead? Lawyer 2B.

ROBSON, J., 2016. Split the BPTC, watch out for the diversity risks. Lawyer 2B.

ROBSON, J., 2016. The vital rules which meant a double murderer nearly escaped justice. The Conversation.

ROBSON, J., 2015. Crown Court: structured mayhem better than complete mayhem. The Times. ISSN 0140-0460

ROBSON, J., 2015. How Michael Gove is changing the tune on justice reform. The Conversation.

ROBSON, J., 2014. Lawyers need training to protect vulnerable witnesses in sex offence cases. The Conversation.

Professional or trade journal contribution

ROBSON, J., 2016. Gove’s nonsense: barristers vs solicitor advocates. Solicitors Journal. ISSN 0038-1152

ROBSON, J., 2016. All for one or one for all? Solicitors Journal, 160 (10), p. 15. ISSN 0038-1152

ROBSON, J., 2015. CPS faces a stark choice. .

EDWARDS, H. and ROBSON, J., 2014. Advocacy series, part 5: Cross examination. .

ROBSON, J. and EDWARDS, H., 2014. Advocacy series, part 6: Closing speeches. , pp. 18-19.

ROBSON, J., 2014. The BPTC checklist. , p. 20.

ROBSON, J., 2014. Why advocacy standards must be maintained. , pp. 1-3. ISSN 0038-1152

ROBSON, J. and EDWARDS, H., 2013. Advocacy series part 1: What is advocacy? .

ROBSON, J. and EDWARDS, H., 2013. Advocacy series, part 2: Case preparation. .

ROBSON, J. and EDWARDS, H., 2013. Advocacy series, part 4: Submissions. .

ROBSON, J., 2013. Blurring the lines. , p. 17. ISSN 0038-1152

ROBSON, J. and EDWARDS, H., 2012. Common cause. , pp. 13-14.

Research report for external body

ROBSON, J. and CHING, J., 2011. Response to Joint Advocacy Group consultation on regulatory changes to support the Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates (Crime) proposed changes and questions. London: BSB; SRA, ILEX Professional Standards.

IRETON, E., JARMAN, J., ROBSON, J. and CHING, J., 2010. Response to Joint Advocacy Group proposals for a quality assurance scheme for criminal advocates. Reditch: SRA; BSB; IPS.

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