Whitecross, R. & Lindsay, C. (2017). Use and Implementation of OCR Chapter 33AA in Section 11 Order Proceedings. Edinburgh: Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service
Moran, C. F. (2016). A comparative exploration of the defence of duress. Global Journal of Comparative Law. 6(1), 51-76. ISSN 2211-9051
This work examines the defence of duress, as codified in the Rome Statute, from the perspective of four domestic jurisdictions in order to determine whether it can be applied ...
Stavert, J. (2015). Deprivation of Liberty update. Edinburgh
Moran, C. F. (2014). Emerging voices: the contribution of international criminal tribunals and courts to the development and promotion of international human rights law. http://opiniojuris.org/2014/08/04/emerging-voices-contribution-international-criminal-tribunals-courts-development-promotion-international-human-rights-law/
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Curley, L. J., Murray, J., MacLean, R. & Laybourn, P. (in press). Are consistent juror decisions related to fast and frugal decision making? Investigating the relationship between juror consistency, decision speed and cue utilisation. Medicine, Science and the Law. ISSN 0025-8024
To establish whether more consistent/accurate juror decision making is related to faster decision making processes which use fewer cues, i.e. fast and frugal heuristic process...
Whitecross, R. (2017). Law, Tradition And Legitimacy Contesting Driglam Namzha. In Development Challenges in Bhutan, 115 - 134. Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47925-5_7. ISBN 978-3-319-47924-8
Moran, C. F. (2017). How Donald Trump’s bull-in-a-china-shop shtick is strengthening international law. The Conversation
Moran, C. F. (in press). Crystallising the International Rule of Law: Trump’s Accidental Contribution to International Law. Washburn Law Journal. 56ISSN 0043-0420
Whitecross, R. (in press). Section 11 Orders and the " Abuse " Provisions. Edinburgh Law Review. 21(2), 8. ISSN 1364-9809
Maglione, G. (2017). Imaging victims, offenders and communities. An investigation into the representations of the crime stakeholders within restorative justice and their cultural context. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. doi:10.1016/j.ijlcj.2017.02.004. ISSN 1756-0616
This work is a critical analysis of how the main crime stakeholders (victim, offender and community) are represented within policy and legal statutes on restorative justice. T...
Maglione, G. (2017). Communities at Large: An Archaeological Analysis of the ‘Community’ Within Restorative Justice Policy and Laws. Critical Criminology. doi:10.1007/s10612-017-9349-8. ISSN 1205-8629
Within the scholarly literature on restorative justice, the ‘community’, as a distinctive crime stakeholder, has been the target of extensive research. This work provides an o...
Hallenberg, K. M. & Haddow, C. (2016). Beyond criminal justice: connecting justice and sustainability. Law Teacher. 50(3), 352-370. doi:10.1080/03069400.2016.1262985. ISSN 0306-9400
The potential of higher education in advancing sustainability has been widely accepted and even partly realised, although a wholesale reorientation of core activities and curr...
Whitecross, R. (2016). Article 3 and Adption in and from India and Nepal. In Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 213 - 230. Cambridge University Press (CUP). ISBN 978-1-107-15825-2
Nepal has experienced an increase in intercountry adoption in recent years. Following the opening up of authorisation to arrange adoptions, the number of child centres offerin...
Macfarlane, L. (2016). ‘Taking care of the small: Article 6 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and childhood accidental injury claims in Scotland’. Stellenbosch Law Review. 2(2015), 424 – 442. ISSN 1016-4359
This article addresses the right to life, survival and development, guaranteed to every child by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, article 6, within th...
Morrison, K. (2016). The criminal justice system in Scotland. In Case, , Johnson, , Williams, , Smith, & Manlow, (Eds.). CriminologyOxford University Press (OUP). ISBN unknown