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Books

British Government and the Constitution, 7th edition2011 British Government and the Constitution: Text, Cases and Materials, 7th edn

Co-written with Colin Turpin
Law in Context Series, Cambridge University Press, c. 900 pages

Publishers’ page: forthcoming
Amazon page: forthcoming

 

 


Book cover, British Governement and the Constitution2007 British Government and the Constitution: Text, Cases and Materials, 6th edn

Co-written with Colin Turpin
Law in Context Series, Cambridge University Press, 845 pages

Reviews:
[2008] Public Law 192 (C.J.S. Knight)
(2007) 3 European Constitutional Law Review 492 (J.W. Sap)

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Book Cover of 2007 European Union Public Law: Texts and Materials2007 European Union Public Law: Text and Materials

Co-written with Damian Chalmers
Cambridge University Press, 501 pages

 

 

 

 

 

Book Cover for 2006 European Law: Text and Materials2006 European Union Law: Text and Materials

Co-written with Damian Chalmers, Christos Hadjiemmanuil and Giorgio Monti
Cambridge University Press, 1235 pages

 

 

 

 

 

Book cover, Our Republican Constitution2005 Our Republican Constitution

Hart Publishing, 156 pages

Selected reviews:
(2007) 11 Edinburgh Law Review 126 (N. Walker)
(2006) 2 European Constitutional Law Review 173 (W.T. Eijsbouts)
(2006) 69 Modern Law Review 280 (D. Nicol)
[2006] Public Law 145 (T.R.S. Allan)
(2006) 4 Political Studies Review 80 (M. Flinders)
(2006) 26 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 425 (M. Loughlin)
(2006) 19 Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 177 (A. Geddis)

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Book cover, Public Law2003 Public Law

Clarendon Law Series, Oxford University Press, 225 pages

Selected reviews:
(2004) 120 Law Quarterly Review 700 (G. Winterton)
[2003] Public Law 829 (S. Felix)
(2005) 55 University of Toronto Law Journal 981 (T. Hickman)
(2004) 21 Constitutional Commentary 771 (E. Young)

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Book cover, The COnstitution after Scott: Government Unwrapped1998 The Constitution after Scott: Government Unwrapped

Oxford University Press, 275 pages

Selected reviews:
[1999] Public Law 373 (C. Blake)
(1999) 52 Parliamentary Affairs 342 (D. Woodhouse)
(1998-99) 9 King’s College Law Journal 170 (I. Loveland)
(1999) 62 Modern Law Review 298 (I. Leigh)

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Edited collections

Book cover, The Legal Protection of Human Rights: Sceptical Essays2011 The Legal Protection of Human Rights: Sceptical Essays

(jointly edited with Tom Campbell and K.D. Ewing)
Oxford University Press, 522 pages

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Book cover, The Role of the Courts in Constitutional Law2010 ‘The Role of the Courts in Constitutional Law’

Special issue of the University of Toronto Law Journal
(jointly edited with David Dyzenhaus)

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Book cover, The Executive and Public Law: Power and Accountability in Comparative Perspective2005 The Executive and Public Law: Power and Accountability in Comparative Perspective

(jointly edited with Paul Craig)
Oxford University Press, 355 pages

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Book cover, Sceptical Essays on Human Rights2001 Sceptical Essays on Human Rights

(jointly edited with Tom Campbell and K.D. Ewing)
Oxford University Press, 420 pages

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Journal articles and book chapters

2011 ‘National Security and the Due Process of Law’ 64 Current Legal Problems, forthcoming

2011 ‘Parliament, Human Rights and Counter-terrorism’, (in The Legal Protection of Human Rights: Sceptical Essays, edited by T. Campbell, K.D. Ewing and A. Tomkins, Oxford University Press, pp. 13-39)

2010 ‘Criminalizing Support for Terrorism: A Comparative Perspective’ 6 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy 81-97

2010 ‘National Security and the Role of the Court: A Changed Landscape?’ 126 Law Quarterly Review 543-67

2010 ‘The Role of the Courts in the Political Constitution’ 60 University of Toronto Law Journal 1-22

2009 ‘The Changing Nature of Citizenship in Britain: Constitutional and Legal Perspectives’ (in Citizenship in America and Europe, edited by M. Greve, American Enterprise Institute, pp. 185-205)

2009 ‘Constitutionalism’ (in Oxford Handbook of British Politics, edited by M. Flinders, C. Hay, A. Gamble and M. Kenny, Oxford University Press, pp. 239-61)

2009 ‘On Republican Constitutionalism in the Age of Commerce: Reflections from the Scottish Enlightenment’ (in Legal Republicanism: National and International Perspectives, edited by S. Besson and J.L. Marti, Oxford University Press, pp. 317-36)

2008 ‘Political Accountability in the United Kingdom’ (in Political Accountability in Europe: Which Way Forward?, edited by L. Verhay, H. Brooksteeg and I. Van den Driessche, Europa Law Publishing, pp. 243-69)

2008 ‘Republican Constitutionalism and Constitutional Reform’ (in Building a Citizen Society: The Emerging Politics of Republican Democracy, edited by S. White and D. Leighton, Lawrence and Wishart, pp. 33-43)

2007 ‘The Rule of Law in Blair’s Britain’, 26 University of Queensland Law Journal 255-91

2007 ‘Die Wissenschaft vom Verfassungsrecht – Grossbritannien’ (§30 of Ius Publicum Europeaum, edited by A. von Bogdandy et al, C.F. Mueller Verlag, pp. 555-84)

2006 ‘The Crown in Scots Law’ (in Public Law in Scotland, edited by A. McHarg and T. Mullen, Avizandum, pp. 262-80)

2005 ‘The Struggle to Delimit Executive Power in Britain’ (in The Executive and Public Law: Power and Accountability in Comparative Perspective, edited by P. Craig and A. Tomkins, Oxford University Press, pp. 16-51)

2004 ‘The Constitutional Law in MacCormick v. Lord Advocate’, Juridical Review 213-24

2004 ‘“Talking in Fictions”: Jennings on Parliament’, 67 Modern Law Review 772-86

2003 ‘What is Parliament for?’ (in Public Law in a Multi-Layered Constitution, edited by N. Bamforth and P. Leyland, Hart Publishing, pp. 53-78)

2003 ‘Of Individuals and Institutions: The Enforcement of EC Law’ (in Law and Administration in Europe: Essays in Honour of Carol Harlow, edited by P. Craig and R. Rawlings, Oxford University Press, pp. 273-95)

2002 ‘Legislating against terror: the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001’, Public Law 205-20

2002 ‘The Republican Monarchy Revisited’, 19 Constitutional Commentary 737-60

2001 ‘In Defence of the Political Constitution’, 22 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 157-75

2001 ‘Magna Carta, Crown and Colonies’, Public Law 571-85

2001 ‘Introduction: On Being Sceptical about Human Rights’ (in Sceptical Essays on Human Rights, edited by T. Campbell, K.D. Ewing and A. Tomkins, Oxford University Press, pp. 1-11)

2001 ‘La Transformation du Rôle Constitutionnel du Judiciaire: le Cas Anglais’ (in Les Mutations de la Justice: Comparaisons Européennes, edited by P. Robert and A. Cottino, Harmattan, pp. 47-82)

2000 ‘Transparency and the Emergence of a European Administrative Law’, 19 Yearbook of European Law 217-56

2000 ‘Constitutional and Human Rights Law’ (in Law’s Future(s), edited by D. Hayton, Hart Publishing, pp. 53-69) (jointly written with Conor Gearty)

2000 ‘Delegated Legislation in the English Constitution’ (in Delegated Legislation and the Role of Committees in the EC, edited by M. Andenas and A. Turk, Kluwer, pp. 101-25)

2000 ‘Constitutional Change in the United Kingdom’ (in The Creation and Amendment of Constitution Norms, edited by M. Andenas, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, pp. 319-57) (jointly written with Peter Oliver)

1999 ‘Responsibility and Resignation in the European Commission’, 62 Modern Law Review 744-65

1999 ‘Of Constitutional Spectres’, Public Law 525-40

1999 ‘Crown Privileges’ (in The Nature of the Crown, edited by M. Sunkin and S. Payne, Oxford University Press, pp. 171-95)

1998 ‘Devolution: A Constitutional Imperative?’ (in Devolution and the British Constitution, edited by A. Tomkins, Key Haven, pp. 89-114)

1997 ‘Intelligence and Government’, 50 Parliamentary Affairs 109-29, reprinted in B. Thompson and F.F. Ridley (eds) Under the Scott-light: British Government seen through the Scott Report (Oxford University Press, 1997)

1997 ‘Public Interest Immunity: Judicial Discretion and Freedom of Information’ (in Administrative Law Facing the Future: Old Constraints and New Horizons, edited by P. Leyland and T. Woods, Blackstone Press, pp. 321-46)

1997 ‘Civil Liberties in the Council of Europe: A Critical Survey’ (in European Civil Liberties and the European Convention on Human Rights, edited by C. Gearty, Kluwer, pp. 1-51)

1996 ‘Government Information and Parliament: Misleading by Design or by Default?’, Public Law 472-89

1996 ‘Inventing Human Rights Law and Scholarship’, 16 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 151-60

1996 ‘A Right to Mislead Parliament?’, 16 Legal Studies 63-83

1995 ‘The Committee of Ministers: Its Roles under the European Convention on Human Rights, European Human Rights Law Review 49-62

1993 ‘Public Interest Immunity after Matrix Churchill’, Public Law 650-68

 

Shorter notes

2007 ‘Professor Tomkins’ House of Mavericks – A Reply’, Public Law 33

2005 ‘Readings of A v. Secretary of State for the Home Department’, Public Law 259

2003 ‘The Draft Constitution of the European Union’, Public Law 571

2002 ‘Defining and Delimiting National Security’, 119 Law Quarterly Review 200

1996 ‘The Scott Report: The Hope and Failure of Parliament’, 67 Political Quarterly 349

1996 ‘The Scott Report: The Constitutional Implications’, 6 Politics Review 30

1996 ‘Judges Dam(n) the Government’, 7 King’s College Law Journal 91

1994 ‘Opportunity Knocked: Still Beyond the Rule of Law’, 5 King’s College Law Journal 150

1994 ‘Intercepted Evidence: Now You Hear Me, Now You Don’t’, 57 Modern Law Review 941

1993 ‘Criminal Non-disclosure of Evidence’, 4 King’s College Law Journal 106

1993 ‘Local Authorities and Libel Again’, 56 Modern Law Review 738 (co-authored with Brian Bix)

1993 ‘A Cautious Move Towards Liberty?’, 52 Cambridge Law Journal 9

1993 ‘A Royal Taxing Problem?’, 137 Solicitors’ Journal 102 (co-authored with Adrian Shipwright)

1992 ‘The Sounds of Silence: A Duty to Incriminate Oneself?’, Public Law 363 (co-authored with Brian Bix)

1992 ‘Ministerial Contempt’, 3 King’s College Law Journal 154

1992 ‘Unconventional Use of the Convention?’, 55 Modern Law Review 721 (co-authored with Brian Bix)

 

Book reviews

2010 Public Law 437 (review of P. Sand, United States and Britain in Diego Garcia)

2010 14 Edinburgh Law Review 154 (review of A. Young, Parliamentary Sovereignty and the Human Rights Act)

2009 Public Law 857 (review of D. Dyzenhaus, M. Hunt and G. Huscroft (eds), A Simple Common Lawyer: Essays in Honour of Michael Taggart)

2009 European Human Rights Law Review 600 (review of A. Bianchi and A. Keller (eds), Counterterrorism: Democracy’s Challenge)

2008 Public Law 613 (review of K. Ziegler, D. Baranger and A. Bradley (eds), Constitutionalism and the Role of Parliaments)

2008 71 Modern Law Review 1038 (review of J.W.F. Allison, The English Historical Constitution: Continuity, Change and European Effects)

2005 Public Law 420 (review of R. Rawlings, Delineating Wales: Constitutional, Legal and Administrative Aspects of National Devolution)

2004 Public Law 453 (review of V. Bogdanor (ed.), The British Constitution in the Twentieth Century)

2003 Times Higher Education Supplement, 19 December (review of R. Stevens, The English Judges)

2002 Common Market Law Review 1460 (review of E. Eriksen and J. Fossum (eds), Democracy in the European Union: Integration through Deliberation?)

2001 Times Higher Education Supplement, 6 July (review of I. Loveland, Political Libels)

2000 Times Higher Education Supplement, 11 February (review of J. Waldron, The Dignity of Legislation)

1999 48 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 249 (review of University of Cambridge Centre for Public Law (eds), Constitutional Reform in the United Kingdom)

1998 9 Entertainment Law Review 239 (review of D. Griffith-Jones, Law and the Business of Sport)

1998 Public Law 163 (review of A. Le Sueur and M. Sunkin, Public Law)

1995 6 King’s College Law Journal 161 (review of R. Norton-Taylor, Truth is a Difficult Concept: Inside the Scott Inquiry)

1994 Public Law 502 (review of C. Townshend, Making the Peace: Public Order and Public Security in Modern Britain)

1994 Cambridge Law Journal 414 (review of T. Benn and A. Hood, Common Sense: A New Constitution for Britain)

1993 33 British Journal of Criminology 475 (review of S. Bailey, D. Harris and B. Jones, Civil Liberties: Cases and Materials)

1993 56 Modern Law Review 120 (review of D. Oliver, Government in the United Kingdom and R. Brazier, Constitutional Reform)