Staff are actively involved in research and publication of findings. The following lists of some of this public output.

More information on publications can be found on the individual staff member's profile page, under Law Staff.

Books

Arnell, P., Law Across Borders: The Extraterritorial Application of United Kingdom Law, Routledge, 2012.

Ezeani, E, The WTO and its Development Obligation: Prospects for Global Trade. London, Anthem Press, 2010

Middlemiss, S. and Downie M. ‘Employment Law in Scotland’ Bloomsbury Professional (London) 2012.

Wallace, R.M.M., International Law (Sweet & Maxwell) 4th Edition, 2002.

Ross, H., Law as a Social Institution, Hart Publishing, 2001.

Christie, S., Inchoate Crimes: Incitement, Conspiracy and Attempts in Scottish Criminal Law. Greens Practice Library Series, W.Green/Sweet and Maxwell, 2001.(Read Chapter 8, The Justification of Punishment for Inchoate Crimes).


Book Chapters

Moller, L.E., “UN Law on Decommissioning”, in Marc Hammerson & Akin Gump (Eds), Oil and Gas Decommissioning: Law, Policy and Comparative Practice, Globe Law and Business, April 2013

Christie, S., “Medical law and the individual” in Fenton (ed), Scottish Life and Society: a Compendium of Scottish Ethnology, vol 13 John Donald, 2012

Moller, L.E., “UN Law on Decommissioning”, in Marc Hammerson & Akin Gump (Eds), Oil and Gas Decommissioning: Law, Policy and Comparative Practice, Globe Law and Business, April 2013

Wallace, R., “The Concept of Asylum in International Law”, in Chowdhury, A. (ed), An Introduction to International Refugee Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013

Stuart, A. 2013.  The Right to Religion: Equal Right or Male Right?. Religion, Gender and the Public Sphere, (eds.) Reilly, N. and Scriver, S. New York: Routledge

Christie, S., “Medical Law and the Individual” in Volume 13 – The Law, Scottish Life and Society: A compendium of Scottish Ethnology, Edinburgh, John Donald / The European Ethnological Research Centre, 2012.

Stuart,A. Without Distinction: A Defining Principle, Conflict Between Fundamental Rights, Eva Brems (ed), (2008) Insentia, p 101.

Middlemiss, S.(textbook chapter) Chapter 4, Sex and Race discrimination law, pp 73-97. Discrimination Law, Editor Malcolm Sargeant, Discrimination Law, Pearson Education, 2004.

Ross, H., “The Pure Theory of Law and Interpretive Sociology – A Basis for Interdisciplinarity” Oxford, Law and Sociology, Current Legal Issues Vol 8, 2006.

Wallace, R., “Religion within the refugee context: Squaring the circle?” Chapter 7 in Rehman and Breau (eds), Religion, Human Rights and International Law: A Critical Examination of Islamic State Practices, Martinus Nijhoff, 2007.

Wallace, R., “Rights and Duties of States in Cases of Aggression” p19 in Grant and Barker, The Harvard Research in International Law: Contemporary Analysis and Appraisal, 2007 (with Steinerte, E.).

Wallace, R., “Human Rights: The Time for Reassessment.” in Butler, F. (ed.), Human Rights Protection: Methods and Effectiveness. London: Kluwer Law International, 2002, pp.227-242.

Spicker, P., The rights of the poor, in P. Robson, A. Kjonstad (eds) Poverty and the Law, Hart, 2001, pp.1-14.


Refereed Journal Articles

Arnell, P., “Scots Extradited” 2008 Juridical Review 241-272

Arnell, P., “UK Compliance with international Law: bribery and corruption” (with D. Quiroz-Onate) 2010(3) International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry 183-212

Arnell, P., ‘The European Human Rights Influence upon UK Extradition – Myth Debunked’ 21 (2013) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 317-337

Christie, S., “Making treatment Decisions for the Future: Advance Directives and the Question of Legislative Clarity?” 2013 (1) Journal of Medical Law and Ethics 85 (with M. Anderson)

Christie, S.,”The Relevance of harm as the criterion for the punishment of impossible attempts” (2009) 73 Journal of Criminal Law 153-164

Ezeani, E, “Freedom of Speech and the Limits of UK Criminal legislation” 3 (2009) Journal of Comparative Law 135

Ezeani, E, “Economic and Development Policy-making in Nigeria” 56(1) (2012) Journal of African Law 109

Ezeani, E, “The 21st Century Terrorist: Hostis Humani Generis?” 3(4) (2012) Beijing Law Review

Faturoti, Bukola “Women’s Rights in Africa: An Examination of African Human Rights Systems in the Context of CEDAW and the Universalism Versus Cultural Relativism Debate” Journal of Comparative Law in Africa Vol. 3, No. 1, 2016 pp 149 – 176

Faturoti, Bukola “Business Identity Theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: Is bad faith always bad for business advertising?” Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology Vo10, No.1 (2015) pp 1- 12" 

Faturoti, Bukola  “Institutionalised ADR and Access to Justice: The Changing Faces of the Nigerian Judicial System” Journal of Comparative Law in Africa, Vol 1, No 1, 2014

Faturoti, Bukola “A Tale of Two Rights: Mediating between P2P Owners and Digital Copyright Holders” Internet, Law and Politics Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Internet, Law & Politics. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, 3-4 July, 2014

Faturoti, Bukola Complementarity or Disparity: The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1985 and English Arbitration Act 1996” Revisited Unib Law Journal Vol. 2 No. 1 (May, 2012)

Keuhnel-Fitchen, K., “Microsoft, Open Source and the software ecosystem”  17(2) (2008) Information and Communications Technology Law 107

Middlemiss, S., “Employer Liability for death by suicide or stress and overwork in the workplace” 2009 Juridical Review 245-263

Middlemiss, S., “Employers’ Liability for occupational stress and death from overwork in the United States and the United Kingdom” (with T. Kobayashi) (2009) 38 Common Law World Review 137-169

Middlemiss, S., “Equal Pay Legislation and its Impact on the Gender Pay Gap” 11(4) (2011) International Journal of Discrimination and Law 164 – 186 (with Laura Gow)

Middlemiss, S., “Employers Liability for Employee References and Victimisation” 2012 Statute Law Review DOI:10.1093/slr/hms046

Moller, L., “The governance of oil and gas operations in hostile but attractive regions: West Africa”, 28 (2010) International Energy Law Review, 110-122

Moller, L., “Evolution of the legal frame work for oil and gas exploration and production in Namibia”, 11 (2013) Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence (OGEL) www.ogel.org

Ross, H.,'Children's Rights and Theories of Rights' 2013 International Journal of Children's Rights 679

Ross, H., 'Adults as Grown-up Children: a Perspective on Children's Rights' 2013 Australian Journal of Family Law 235.

Ross, H., 'CRC General Comments on children's health, impact of the business sector and the right to rest, leisure and play' (with Wallace, R., and Martin-Ortega, O.) 2013 (6) Irish Journal of Family Law 35-40

Ross, H., 'CRC General Comment 14 on the right of the child to have his or her best interests taken as a primary consideration' 2013 Irish Journal of Family Law 110

Wallace, R. & Janeczko, F, “The 2011 EU Directive on Combating Human Trafficking: Does the UK Comply?” (2011) 36 South African Yearbook of International Law 120

Stuart, A. Freedom of Religion and Gender Equality: Inclusive or Exclusive?, (2010) 10:3 Human Rights Law Review 429

Arnell, P., "Human Rights Abroad" (2007) 16(2) Nottingham Law Journal 1-29.

Arnell, P., "Male Captus Bene Detentus in Scotland" (2004)Juridical Review 252.

Arnell, P., "The Case for Nationality Based Jurisdiction" (2001)
International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 50(4), pp.955-962.

Stuart, A., The Inter-American System of Human Rights and Refugee Protection: Post 11 September 2001, Vol. 24 (2) Refugee Survey Quarterly, Vol. 24 No. 2, pp. 67-82.

Arnell, S., "Employers' Vicarious Liability - Where Are We Now?” 2010 Juridical Review 243.

Arnell, S., "Selected Employment Law Issues in the Oil and Gas Industry", Chapter in Oil and Gas Law – Current Practice and Emerging Trends. Edited by Dr John Paterson and Greg Gordon, Dundee University Press (DUP) 2007.

Christie, S., "Crimes against the foetus: the rights and wrongs of protecting the unborn" (2006) Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland, pp.65-76.

Christie, S. and Taylor, L., "Assisted Suicide: a patient's right or 'a legally questionable' medical hypocrisy" (2002) Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, pp.261-278.

Christie, S., "Unconscious Acts, Guilty Minds? Placing Limits on the Defence of Somnambulism" (2001) Juridical Review, Part 3, pp.147-163.

Downie M., "Statutory Intervention into Flexible Working Hours: the Flexible Friend or Foe?" International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 2010 Volume 10(4).

Middlemiss, S..and Downie M., "Recent Changes in the Evidential Requirements in Indirect and Direct Sex and Race Discrimination Cases". International Journal of Law and Management, Vol 151 No.6 2009.

Middlemiss, S., "Beauty’s Only Skin Deep? Legal Liability of Employers for Discrimination on the Ground of Physical Appearance? A Comparative Analysis" (2007) (8(1)) Contemporary Issues in Law pp18-46.

Middlemiss, S., "The Truth and Nothing but the Truth? Legal Liability of Employers for Employee References" (2004) (33(1)) Industrial Law Journal 59-67.

Middlemiss, S., "Liability of Employers under the Protection from Harassment Act" (2006) Edinburgh Law Review 307.

Middlemiss, S. and Busby, N., The Equality Deficit, Legal Protection for Homosexuals and Lesbians in Employment? (2001) Gender Work and Organisation, 8(4), October, pp.387-410.

Ross, H., "The Pure Theory of Law and interpretive Sociology - a Basis for Interdisciplinarity" (2006) Freeman, M., (ed.) Law and Sociology, OUP.

Ross, H., "Social Power and the Hohfeldian Jural Relation" (2001) 10(1) Nottingham Law Journal 47.

Wallace, R., "War and Peace in Refugee Jurisprudence" (2001) (95(2)) American Journal of International Law 349-366 (with Storey, H.)

Wallace, R., "Different or More of the Same? The Norms on the Responsibilities of Transnational Corporations and other Business Enterprises with Regard to Human Rights of the United Nations Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Right" (2004) Dublin University Law Journal.

Wallace, R., and Bacon, B., "Parent Education After Separation and Divorce: Furthering the UN Convention Principle on the Best Interests of the Child" (2004) Representing Children, Volume 17, No. 1, September 2004.


Reports

Wallace, R., Scotland: A Safe Place for Child Traffickers? A Scoping Study into the Nature and Extent of Child Trafficking in Scotland, commissioned by Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People (SCCYP), March 2011, available at http://www.sccyp.org.uk/uploaded_docs/policy/sccyp%20child%20trafficking%20report.pdf

Wallace, R., Mother to Child: How Discrimination Prevents Women Registering the Birth of their Child, commissioned by Plan International, October 2012

Spicker, P., Morris, S. and Strachan, V. 2002. Consultation on the Review of Scottish Charity Law: Analysis of the Responses, Edinburgh, Scottish Office Central Research Unit.

·         Faturoti, Bukola “Business Identity Theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: Is bad faith always bad for business advertising?” Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology Vo10, No.1 (2015) pp 1- 12" 

 

·         Faturoti, Bukola  “Institutionalised ADR and Access to Justice: The Changing Faces of the Nigerian Judicial System” Journal of Comparative Law in Africa, Vol 1, No 1, 2014

 

·         Faturoti, Bukola “A Tale of Two Rights: Mediating between P2P Owners and Digital Copyright Holders” Internet, Law and Politics Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Internet, Law & Politics. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, 3-4 July, 2014

 

·         Faturoti, Bukola Complementarity or Disparity: The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1985 and English Arbitration Act 1996” Revisited Unib Law Journal Vol. 2 No. 1 (May, 2012)