Stavert, J. (2015). Deprivation of Liberty update. Edinburgh
Buchanan, W. J. (2010). Evidence to the Justice Committee at the Scottish Parliament.
On 20 September 2011, Bill gave evidence at Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Bill: http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/scotland/newsid_9594000...
Horton, K. & Davenport, E. (2004). Innovation and hybrid genres: disturbing social rhythm in legal practice
This paper explores the non-adoption of an innovation via the concept of hybrid genres, that is digital
genres that emerge from a non-digital material precedent. As instances ...
Keller, P. & Niu, Z. (2004). Under the skin of globalisation: information privacy law in China
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...
Stavert, J. & Patrick, H. (2016). Mental health, incapacity and the law in Scotland. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 9781847667243
This highly regarded book is a comprehensive and up to date guide to mental health law in Scotland. Every aspect of mental health law is explained, including tribunal procedur...
Stavert, J. (in press). Mental Health Law in a Global Context. In Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Sociocultural Perspectives, eds. Drs Ross White, Ursula Read, Sumeet Jain and David OrrPalgrave Macmillan
Morrison, K. (in press). Book Review - Fergus McNeil and Gwen Robinson (eds), Community Punishment: European Perspectives, Routledge: London, 2016; 272 pp.: 9781138783782, £85.00 (hbk), 9781138818644, £35.00 (pbk). Criminology and Criminal Justice. doi:10.1177/1748895816663860. ISSN 1748-8958
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Sutherland, E. E. & MacFarlane, L. B. (Eds.). (2015). Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child : |b best interests, welfare and well-being. ISBN 9781107158252
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is acknowledged as a landmark in the development of children's rights. Article 3 makes the child's best interests a primary consid...
Macfarlane, L. (2015). Serving Best Interests in ‘Known Biological Father Disputes’ in the United Kingdom. In Sutherland, E. E. & MacFarlane, L. A. B. (Eds.). Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child : best interests, welfare and well-being, 149-164. (1). Cambridge University Press (CUP). ISBN 9781107158252
Article 3 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child provides that in ‘all actions concerning children’ the ‘best interests of the child shall be a primary consideration’...
Stavert, J. (2015). The Exercise of Legal Capacity, Supported Decision-Making and Scotland’s Mental Health and Incapacity Legislation: Working with CRPD Challenges. Laws. 4(2), 296-313. doi:10.3390/laws4020296. ISSN 2075-471X
Article 12 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, particularly as interpreted in the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities General Com...
Aston, E. V. & Lum, C. (2015). Crime prevention and the development of the Safer Communities Evidence Matrix Scotland (SCEMS). Scottish Justice Matters. 3(2), 17-18. ISSN 2052-7950
THE Safer Communities Evidence Matrix Scotland (SCEMS) is a knowledge exchange tool which aims to provide easy access to evidence on policing and community safety from Scotlan...
Stavert, J. (2014). Deprivation of liberty and persons with incapacity: The Cheshire West Ruling. Edinburgh Law Review. 19, 129-134. doi:10.3366/elr.2015.0257. ISSN 1364-9809
Stavert, J. (2014). Psychiatric patients, detention in conditions of excessive security, and the UK Supreme Court. SCOLAG legal journal. 436, 30. ISSN 1749-7671
Jill Stavert provides a note on the judgement of the Supreme Court in G(AP) v Scottish Ministers.
Stavert, J. (2013). Deprivation of liberty and adults with incapacity: A Scottish Perspective. Mental Capacity Law Newsletter. 41