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Publications

Our academics are recognised as authorities in their fields. They have written on important issues facing the legal world in the UK and internationally.

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Latest publications by our academics

Dr David Marrani book Rituel (s) de Justice has just been published by EME . It is a journey inside the courthouses, a discussion on the 'place' of the judge and the connection justice/law. His book contributes to a better understanding of what is going on in the process of judging. (available online http://www.eme-editions.be/product.php?id_product=47252).

Dr Darren Calley, "Flag of convenience fishing seriously undermines efforts to protect the marine environment. To counter this threat, Market Denial and International Fisheries Regulation rests on the logic of the most basic tenet of economics: if no market exists for a product then producers will cease to produce. Denying market access to the flag of convenience fishing fleet should significantly reduce instances of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing. In areas beyond national jurisdiction not only is market denial the most effective means of undermining the IUU fleet, it is, for most - practical purposes, the only way to do so. To what extent, however, do the laws of the sea and international trade allow groups of States to close their markets to non-compliant fishing vessels?" Market Denial and International Fisheries Regulation

Professor Chris Marsden, (2011) Internet Co-regulation: European Law, Regulatory Governance and Legitimacy in Cyberspace, Cambridge University Press, 328pp.
Drawing on state-of-the-art literature and groundbreaking case studies and legal analysis, Dr Marsden presents a vital insight into Internet regulation in Brussels, London and Washington, revealing the extent to which states, firms and (to a lesser extent but increasingly) citizens are developing a new type of regulatory bargain: co-regulation.

Dr Audrey Guinchard, "Crime in Virtual Worlds: the Limits of Criminal Law" [July 2010] vol 24 no.2 International Review of Law, Computers & Technology pp 175-182
Virtual worlds such as Second life are not immune from crime. Their users can misuse their computer skills to damage virtual property or to control avatars of other users. Dr Guinchard looks at how criminal law in England and Wales might respond to this emerging issue.

Professor Maurice Sunkin, Public Law: Text Cases and Materials [with Andrew Le Sueur and Jo Murkens, Oxford University Press 2010]
This key text book for undergraduates provides an introduction to the principles of constitutional law. The authors explain the key principles of constitutional law and practice, drawing on a diverse range of materials, along with case studies designed to bring the subject alive.

Dr David Marrani, "Confronting the symbolic position of the judge in western European legal traditions: a comparative essay" [2010] vol 3 no.1 European Journal of Legal Studies
The symbolic position of the judge is investigated by Dr Marrani, to see how it is characterised and constructed within the main western European legal traditions.