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It is criminal: The state of magistrates’ court reporting in England and Wales (2019)
Journal Article
Chamberlain, P., Keppel-Palmer, M., Reardon, S., & Smith, T. (in press). It is criminal: The state of magistrates’ court reporting in England and Wales. Journalism, https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884919868049

© The Author(s) 2019. There is a widespread perception that there has been a collapse in court reporting in England and Wales as local legacy media struggles to survive in times of falling revenues and shifting audiences. However, there is little emp... Read More about It is criminal: The state of magistrates’ court reporting in England and Wales.

Law, outlaw and deviancy in bro country (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Keppel-Palmer, M. (2018, March). Law, outlaw and deviancy in bro country. Presented at SLSA Annual Conference 2018

This paper is a content analysis of lyrics of songs on albums released by artists within the "Bro Country" genre from 2012 - 2017 to read for topics relating to deviant conduct, the presence of law and the outlaw. Analysis shows a questionable relati... Read More about Law, outlaw and deviancy in bro country.

Court reporting and local newspapers (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Keppel-Palmer, M., Smith, T., Reardon, S., & Chamberlain, P. (2018, March). Court reporting and local newspapers. Presented at SLSA Annual Conference 2018

This paper reported on a pilot study carried out by UWE Law and UWE Journalism in January 2018 into reporting of newsworthy stories at the Magistrates Courts. In one week, researchers saw every case heard in Bristol Magistrates Courts, coded these fo... Read More about Court reporting and local newspapers.

De/Connoted messages in sports photography in national newspapers (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Keppel-Palmer, M., & Hall, M. (2018, March). De/Connoted messages in sports photography in national newspapers. Presented at SLSA Annual Conference 2018

This paper reports on a longtitudinal survey and analysis of photographs in the dedicated sports sections of three national newspapers in 2016. The survey shows that the narrative remains that sport is the province of white male athletes, and that wh... Read More about De/Connoted messages in sports photography in national newspapers.

Ethics, Legal Ethics, and the SQE (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Keppel-Palmer, M. (2018, March). Ethics, Legal Ethics, and the SQE. Paper presented at Association of Law Teachers Conference 2018

This paper considers the proposals to assess ethics in conjunction with professional conduct in both SQE 1 and SQE 2, and the assessment criteria set out in relation to SOSAC A1. This paper considers how that is achieved, how students can be prepared... Read More about Ethics, Legal Ethics, and the SQE.

An exploration of the use of reflection in teaching and assessing law (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Wood, R., & Keppel-Palmer, M. (2017, April). An exploration of the use of reflection in teaching and assessing law. Paper presented at Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference 2017

Conference paper reflecting on the the challenges of assessing reflection at undergraduate level across a range of Law modules, with suggestions as to how to avoid reflection being used as a recipe and how it can be inculcated for lifelong learning

Stadia safety (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Keppel-Palmer, M. (2017, March). Stadia safety. Paper presented at International Sports Law Conference

Spectator safety, licensing and stadia safety in UK and European Football. In light of the jury verdicts in the Hillsborough Inquest (2016), this paper looks back to see whether the stated aims of the Taylor Report have been met, or whether Governmen... Read More about Stadia safety.

The emperor’s new clothes – IPSO’s version of the editors’ code of practice (2016)
Journal Article
Keppel-Palmer, M. (2016). The emperor’s new clothes – IPSO’s version of the editors’ code of practice. Entertainment Law Review, 27(3), 92-97

The new version of the Editors’ Code of Conduct was published in December 2015, the first new version of the Code since the formation of IPSO and the first since the Leveson Inquiry on Press Standards criticised the PCC, the effectiveness of the Code... Read More about The emperor’s new clothes – IPSO’s version of the editors’ code of practice.

The epistemological foundations of music piracy in the digital marketplace (2014)
Journal Article
Carruthers, J., Davies, C., Parry, G., & Keppel-Palmer, M. (2014). The epistemological foundations of music piracy in the digital marketplace. https://doi.org/10.17323/1995-459x.2015.4.42.53

This paper examines the fundamental epistemological gap between the consumers and producers of digitally based products. Using the music industry and the significance of digital products in this arena as a case study of evolving relationships between... Read More about The epistemological foundations of music piracy in the digital marketplace.

The UK experience with programme quotas: The independent television sector (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Keppel-Palmer, M. (2011, February). The UK experience with programme quotas: The independent television sector. Paper presented at Challenges in TV Production Businesses and Policy

A consideration of the impact of EU Broadcast Quotas as implemented in the UK by OFCOM and the BBC

Discretion no more (1996)
Journal Article
Keppel-Palmer, M. (1996). Discretion no more. New Law Journal, 146, 1776

Considering the sections of the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 which enable beneficiaries to remove trustees