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Abbey, Ruth 2007 ‘The Shared Home: A Rational Solution through Statutory reform?’ in Anne Bottomley and Hilary Lim, eds., Feminist Perspectives on Land Law Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish/Glasshouse
Auchmuty, Rosemary 2007 ‘Out of the Shadows: Feminist Silence and Liberal law’ in in V. Munro and C. Stychin, eds., Sexuality and the Law: Feminist Engagements,  London: Routledge-Cavendish/Glasshouse 91-124
2005 "The Rhetoric of Equality and the Problem of Heterosexuality" in Linda Mulcahy and Sally Wheeler eds.  Feminist Perspectives on Contract Law, London: Glasshouse Press pp.51-74
Barker, Nicola 2006 ‘Sex and the Civil Partnership Act: the Future of (Non) Conjugality’ Feminist Legal Studies14/2
2004 "For Better or For Worse? The Civil Partnership Bill [HL]" 26(3) Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 313
Bedford, Kate 2009 Gender and Institutional Strengthening: The World Bank’s Policy Record. published in Contemporary Politics 15:2, 197 - 214
2009 Developing Partnerships: Gender, Sexuality and the Reformed World Bank, University of Minnesota Press
2009 Promoting Exports, Restructuring Love: The World Bank and the Ecuadorian Flower Industry in Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance (ed. Amy Lind) Routledge
2008 ‘Social Rights and Gender Justice in the Neoliberal Moment: A Conversation about Welfare, and Transnational Politics. An Interview with Nancy Fraser by Kate Bedford. Feminist Theory 9.2:225-245
2008 Governing Intimacy in the World Bank in Analysing and Transforming Global Governance: Feminist Perspectives (ed. Shirin Rai and Georgina Waylen, Palgrave). p84-106
2007 “The Imperative of Male Inclusion: How Institutional Context Influences World Bank Gender Policy.” International Feminist Journal of Politics, 9:3:289 – 311 
2005 Loving to Straighten Out Development: Sexuality and ‘Ethnodevelopment’ in the World Bank’s Ecuadorian Lending. Feminist Legal Studies 13:295-322
2004 Gender and Politics in The Encyclopedia of Politics and Government. (ed.) Mary Hawkesworth and Maurice Kogan, New York: Routledge p.603-615
Bottomley, Anna 2006 ‘From Mrs Burns to Mrs Oxley: Do Cohabiting Women (Still) Need Marriage Law?’  Feminist Legal Studies 14/2
Bottomley, Anne & Wong, Simone  2009 Changing Contours of Domestic Life, Family and Law: Caring and Sharing, Oxford: Hart Publishing
2006 "Domestic Partnerships: Stretching the Marriage Model?"  Feminist Legal Studies 14(2)
2006 "Shared households: a new paradigm for thinking about the reform of domestic property relations" in A. Diduck and K. O’Donovan (eds.), Feminist Perspectives on Family Law, London: Glasshouse Press
Cain, Ruth  2009 “'A View You Won’t Get Anywhere Else?' Maternal Depression, Public Regulation, and ‘Private’ Narrative" Feminist Legal Studies [Forthcoming] 
Carr, Helen 2009 "Looking again at discipline and gender: theoretical concerns and possibilities in the study of anti-social behaviour initiatives" Social Policy and Society Themed Section: Disciplining Difference [Forthcoming]
2007 Women"s Work: Locating Gender in the Discourse of Anti-Social Behaviour. In: Bottomley, Anne and Lim, Hillary, eds. Feminist Perspectives on Land Law. Routledge-Cavendish, London, 00-00
Carr, Helen & Hunter, Caroline  2008 "Managing vulnerability: homelessness law and the interplay of the social, the political and the technical"Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 30 (4). pp. 293-307
Conaghan, Joanne  2009 Gendered Aspects of Activation: the Limits of Welfare to Work’ Foundation for Law, Justice and Society 
2009 Feminist Legal Studies: Critical Concepts in Law, Routledge Major Works
2007 ‘Sexuality and the Citizen-Carer’ (co-authored with Emily Grabham) 58/3 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 325-342
2007 Following the Path to Equality through Law: Reflections on Baker et al., Equality from Theory to Action" 13 Res Publica 159-170
2007 Intersectionality and UK Equality Initiatives"  23/2 South African Journal of Human Rights
2007 "Legal Constructions of Unpaid Caregiving" Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly Vol. 58, No3 
2006 Time to Dream: Flexibility, Families and Working Time" in J. Fudge and R. Owens, Precarious Work, Women and the New Economy: the Challenge to Legal Norms, Hart Publishing
2005 "Work, Family and the Discipline of Labour Law" in J. Conaghan and K. Rittich (eds.), Labour Law, Work and Family (OUP)
2005 "Extending the Reach of Human Rights to Encompass Victims of Rape: MC v Bulgaria" 13/1 Feminist Legal Studies
2004 Book Review: Women"s Legal Strategies in Canada, edited by R. Jhappan, 12 Feminist legal Studies 119-123
Conaghan, Joanne & Millns, Sue 2005 "Introduction: Special Issue on Gender, Sexuality and Human Rights" 13/1 Feminist Legal Studies
Conaghan, Joanne & Rittich, Kerry 2005 Labour Law, Work and Family  (OUP)
Cooper, Davina 2009 "Caring for Sex and the Power of Attentive Action: Governance, Drama, and Conflict in Building a Queer Feminist Space" 35 Signs
2007 "Opening up Ownership: Community Belonging, Belongings, and the Productive Life of Property", Law and Social Inquiry 625-66
2007 Speaking Beyond Thinking: Citizenship, Governance and Lesbian and Gay Politics", in V. Munro and C. Stychin (eds), Sexuality and the Law: Feminist Engagements, Cavendish, 171-199
2006 ‘Active Citizenship and the Governmentality of Local Lesbian and Gay Politics’, Invited submission for Special Issue on Sexual Citizenship  Political Geography 25 921-943
2004 Invited guest Introduction, "Beyond Sexuality" Special Issue of McGill Law Journal, 49: 809-814
D"Souza, Radha 2007 “Experiences of Protection Orders for Women in Aotearo/New Zealand”, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, Government of New Zealand, Wellington
Davidson, Julia  2008 ‘Child Sexual Abuse, Media Representation and Government Reactions’ Series Eds D. Downes and P. Rock, London School of Economics, Routledge
Davidson, Julia & Martellozzo, Elena 2009 ‘Globalization, Urbanization & Security’ in Urbanization, Policing & Security: Global Perspectives [fortcoming] Cordner G, Cordner AM , and Das D (eds) Routledge 
2009 ‘Internet Sex Offenders’: Risk, Control and State Survelliance’ in Individual Freedom, Authonomy and the State’ Eds Johnson, M & Scalter, S, Sociol-Legal Research Group. Cambs, Hart Press 
2008 ‘Policing the Internet: Protecting Vulnerable Children From Sex Offenders In Cyberspace’ in Police Investigations Police Practice & Research: An International Journal (PPR). Routledge 
2008 ‘Protecting Children in Cyberspace’ Invited Book Chapter, Sex Crime (Eds) Letherby, G., Birch, P., Cain, M. and Williams, K. Wilan Publishers 
FitzGerald, Sharron 2008 Putting Trafficking on the Map: the geography of feminist  complicity. In Vanessa Munro and Mariana Della Giusta (eds) Demanding Sex: Critical Reflections on the Regulation of Prostitution Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 23-46
FitzGerald, Sharron & Philippopoulos-Minalopoulos, Andreas  2008 "Invisible Laws; Visible Cities" Griffith Law Review Vol 17(2)
Gies, Lieve 2006 ‘What not to wear: Islamic dress and school uniforms- R (on the application of SB) v. Governors of Denbigh High School  UKHL 15, Feminist Legal Studies 14/3
Grabham, Emily 2009 ‘Governing Permanence: Social Cohesion and the Temporal Regulation of Trans Bodies’ Social and Legal Studies [Accepted pending revisions]
2009 ‘Shaking Mr Jones: Law and Touch’ [submitted to International Journal of Law in Contextin April 2009]
2006 ‘Taxonomies of Inequality: Lawyers, Maps and the Challenge of Hybridity’ (2006) Social and Legal Studies 15(1): pp. 5-23.
Harding, Rosie  2009 ‘Imagining a Different World: Reconsidering the Regulation of Family Lives.’ Law and Literature [Forthcoming].
2008 Recognizing (and Resisting) Regulation: Attitudes to the Introduction of Civil Partnership" /Sexualities /11(6): 740-760.
2007 ‘Sir Mark Potter and the Protection of the Traditional Family: Why same-sex marriage is (still) a feminist issue’  Feminist Legal Studies 15/2 223-234
2007 ‘The promise of rights and the reality of law: Implications of the decision in Wilkinson v Kitzinger’  Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review 8(1): 15-20
2006 ‘Dogs are ‘registered’, people shouldn’t be’: Legal consciousness and lesbian and gay rights. Social & Legal Studies
2005 "Psychology, Human Rights and Law: The case of planned lesbian families". Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review 6(1), 21-32
Harding, Rosie & Peel, Elizabeth 2008 "Regulating Sexualities: Contemporary perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Relationship Recognition" Sexualities Vol 11(6)
2006 “We Do”? International perspectives on equality, legality and same sex relationships Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review
2004 "Divorcing Rights, Romance, and Radicalism: Beyond pro and anti in the lesbian and gay marriage debate", Feminism & Psychology14(4), 588-599 
Hunter, Rosemary 2008 Can Feminist Judges Make a Difference?"  15 International Journal of the Legal Profession 7-36.
2008 Domestic Violence Law Reform and Women"s Experience in Court: The Implementation of Feminist Reforms in Civil Proceedings, New York:Cambria Press
2008 Rethinking Equality Projects in Law: Feminist Challenges ,Onati International Series in Law and Society, Hart Publishing
2007 ‘Close Encounters of a Judicial Kind: “Hearing” Children’s “Voices” in Family Law Proceedings’  19 Child and Family Law Quarterly, 283-303
2007 ‘Consent in Violent Relationships’, in Hunter and Cowan (eds.), Choice and Consent,  158-173.
2006 Discrimination in IT Organisations"  Labour & Industry 16 91-108
2006 Narratives of Domestic Violence’  Sydney Law Review 29 733-774
Jacob, Marie-Andree 2009 "The Shared History: Unknotting Fictive Kinship and Legal Process"  43:1 Law & Society Review 95-126.
2007 “Form Made Persons: Consent Forms as Consent"s Blind Spot”  30:2 Political and Legal Anthropology Review 249-268.
Johnson, Toni; David Harris; Therese Murphy & Jeffrey Kenner  2008 A report on homophobia and sexual orientation discrimination in the UK for the EU Fundamental Rights Agency.
Keenan, Sarah 2009 "Australian legal geography and the search for postcolonial space in Chloe Hooper's 'The Tall Man: Death and Life on Palm Island'"   Australian Feminist Law Journal [Forthcoming]
Keren-Paz, Tsachi  2008 "Is the Reasonable Person the Efficient Person? The Role of Efficiency in Israeli Standard of Care Jurisprudence" 23 Bar-Ilan University Law Review 793-853  (in Hebrew).
2008 16 Feminist Legal Theory 269-272, "Nicolette Priaulx, The Harm Paradox: Tort Law and the Unwanted Child in an Era of Choice" 
2007 “Compensating Injury to Autonomy: Normative Evaluation, Recent Developments and Future Tendencies” 22 Colman Law Review 187-266 (2007) (in Hebrew).
2007 “A Feminist-Distributive Analysis of Maternal Prenatal Duty: Ideology, Symbolism and Pragmatism” in Barak-Erez et al., eds, Studies in Law Gender & Feminism  321-355 (in Hebrew) 
Keren-Paz, Tsachi & Levenkron, Nomi 2009 “Clients' Strict Liability towards Victims of Sex-Trafficking” Legal Studies 29 [Forthcoming]
Krishnadas, Jane 2009 The Gender Balance" *Public Service Review: International Development Online 12*. MDG 3 This special Millennium Development Goal edition can be viewed as both an online HTML < rnational%20Development < rnational%20Development> > version and digital
Lamble, Sarah 2009 “The Queer and Transgender Politics of Prison Abolition” Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex (edited by Nat Smith and Eric Stanley, AK Press) [Forthcoming]
Lamble, Sarah 2009 “Unknowable Bodies, Unthinkable Sexualities:  Lesbian and Transgender Legal Invisibility in the Toronto Women’s Bathhouse Raid”  Social and Legal Studies 18(1): 111-130.
McCandless, Julie 2008 ”Status and Anomaly: Re D (contact and parental responsibility: lesbian mothers and known father) 30(1) Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 63-73 
2008 Review of Alison Diduck and Katherine O"Donovan (eds.) Feminist Perspectives on Family Law, London: Routledge.Cavendish, 16(2) Child and Family Law Quarterly 270-275 
Millns, Sue & Mercedes Mateo Diaz 2005 ‘Gender Equality in the Elaboration of the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe’, in Die Gleichstellungspolitik in der Europäischen Union.  The Policy of Gender Equality in the European Union.  Schriftenreihe des Arbeitskreises Europäische Integration e.V., eds. Annette Jünemann & Carmen Klement, Baden-Baden: Nomos,  81-103.
Millns, Susan 2004 "Between Hard Choices and Soft Options: The Gender Dynamics of a European Social Citizenship", A European Social Citizenship? Preconditions for Future Policies in Historical Light, eds. Lars Magnusson & Bo Stråt (Bern: Peter Lang), 201-223
2004 "Bio-Rights, Common Values and Constitutional Strategies in Europe", EU Law for the 21st Century: Rethinking the New Legal Order, vol. II, eds. Takis Tridimas & Paolisa Nebbia (Oxford: Hart Publishing) 387-402
Millns, Susan & Mercedes Mateo Diaz 2005 Gender Equality and the Future of European Union (Palgrave)
2004 "Die Rolle der Frau und die konstitutionelle Zukunft der Europäischen Union", 1 Femina Politica, 75-90
2004 "Parity, Power and Representative Politics: The Elusive Pursuit of Gender Equality in Europe", 12/3 Feminist Legal Studies 
Motha, Stewart 2007 Veiled Women and the Affect of Religion in Democracy.[10] Journal of Law and Society, 34 (1). pp. 139-162
2007 Spectres of Communism in Post-apartheid South Africa.[15] In: van Marle, K and le Roux, W Post-apartheid Fragments. UNISA Press, South Africa 
2006 Guantanamo Bay, Abandoned Being and the Constitution of Jurisdiction.[16] In: McVeigh, S Jurisprudence of Jurisdiction. UCL Press, London, pp. 63-83
2006 Reconciliation as Domination.[17] In: Veitch, Scott Law and the Politics of Reconciliation. Ashgate, Edinburgh, pp. 69-91
2006 Soberanía “Postcolonial” Y El Evento de la Pluralidad.[18] In: Correas, Oscar Pluralismo Jurídico. Nuevos Horizontes. Editorial Coyoacan de la Ciudad de México / Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
2005 The Failure of Postcolonial Sovereignty in Australia.[11] Australian Feminist Law Journal, 22. pp. 107-125
Nicol, Danny 2006 Law and Politics after the Human Rights Act" Public Law, 4 . pp. 722-751
Pearson, Zoe  2006 ‘Non-Governmental Organizations and the International Criminal Court: Changing Landscapes of International Law’ 39, Cornell International Law Journal 243-284
Pearson, Zoe & Carline, Anna 2007 ‘Complexity and Queer Theory Approaches to International Law and Feminist Politics: Perspectives on Trafficking’ 19, Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 73-118 
Phillips, Oliver 2009 "Blackmail in Zimbabwe: Troubling Narratives of Sexuality and Human Rights" in International Journal of Human Rights 13(2/3) April/May 2009.
2007 "Gender, Justice and Human Rights in Post-Colonial Zimbabwe and South Africa" in Heidensohn, Frances and Silvestri, Marisa (eds) Gender and Justice: New Perspectives London: Macmillan
2005 "Introducing Sexuality and Human Rights”, The Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law
Samuels, Harriet  2007 A Human Rights Campaign? The Campaign to Abolish Child Slavery in Hong Kong 1919-1938 "6 Journal of Human Rights 361-384
2005 Feminist Activism, Third Party Interventions and the Courts’ 13  Feminist Legal Studies 1-28
Sharpe, Alex 2009 England"s Legal Monsters" 5(1) Law, Culture and the Humanities 100-130.
2009 Foucault"s Monsters and the Challenge of Law, Cavendish-Routledge
2008 Monster: The Persistence of a Legal Category
2007 “A Critique of the Gender Recognition Act 2004”  4 Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 33-42
2007 “Endless Sex: The Gender Recognition Act the Persistence of a Legal Category“ Feminist Legal Studies 15 57-84
2007 Structured Like a Monster: Understanding Human Difference Through a Legal Category" Law and Critique vol 18(2) 207-228
Sharpe, Andrew &  Moran, Les 2004 "Violence, Identity and Policing: The Case of Violence Against Transgender People", Criminal Justice: The International Journal of Policy and Practice Vol 4(4), 395-417
Sheldon, Sally & Collier, Richard  2007 Fragmenting Fatherhood, A Socio-Legal Study, Hart Publishing, Oxford
Thomas, Dania 2008 Review Essay of Nivedita Menon"s Recovering Subversion Beyond the Law in  3(1) Special Issue of In-Spire Journal of Law, Politics and Societies 40-49
Walsh, Judy  2006 “Unfamiliar Inequalities”, Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 57(1), 155-184
2006 Equality for all Families, Dublin: Irish Council for Civil Liberties  
Walsh, Judy & Fergus Ryan 2006 The Rights of De Facto Couples, Dublin: Irish Human Rights Commission
Wong, Simone 2009 The UK Perspective on Issues Relating to Cohabitation”, January 2009, ICCL Seminar Series Vol. 1, 73-78
2009 “Caring and Sharing: Interdependency as a Basis for Property Redistribution?” in A Bottomley and S Wong (eds), Changing Contours of Domestic Life, Family and Law: Caring and Sharing, Oxford: Hart Publishing
2008 “The Iniquity of Equity: A Home-sharer’s Tale”,  Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 326-346
2007 "The Shared Home: A Rational Solution Through Statutory Reform?" in H. Lim and A. Bottomley (eds) Feminist Perspectives on Land Law London, Glasshouse Press
2006 "Cohabitation and the Law Commission"s Project" 14(2) Feminist Legal Studies
2005 "The Human Rights Act 1998 and the Shared Home: Issues for Cohabitants" 27(4) Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 265-279
2005 "Trust(s) and Intention in Resolving Disputes over the Shared Home", 56(1) Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 105-118
2004 "Property regimes for cohabitees: The Civil Partnership Bill and some Antipodean Models",26(4) Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 361-375





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