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Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law (2019)
Journal Article
Quénivet, N. (in press). Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law. International Organizations Law Review, https://doi.org/10.1163/15723747-20181138

Whilst most legal scholarship focuses on the responsibility of the United Nations for human rights violations few studies have ascertained the legal basis of the primary rules leading to such responsibility. This article fills this gap by reviewing t... Read More about Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law.

'Changing culture? Thinking differently about disclosure' (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Smith, T. (2019, January). 'Changing culture? Thinking differently about disclosure'. Paper presented at Disclosure Strategy Training Day, College of Policing

Presentation delivered at the College of Policing (January 2019) for a disclosure strategy training day, aimed at Assistant Chief Constables from police forces across England and Wales.

London and Paris, a tale of two cities: The story of decentralisation in France and the UK (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2018, December). London and Paris, a tale of two cities: The story of decentralisation in France and the UK. Paper presented at Special Mechanism and Policy for the Development of Ho Chi Minh City from the Legal Perspective

In unitary States like France and the United Kingdom, which have historically been characterised by centralisation, devolved authorities and notably local/territorial authorities cannot enjoy absolute autonomy. Those authorities certainly have self-o... Read More about London and Paris, a tale of two cities: The story of decentralisation in France and the UK.

Contextualising international law in North East Asia - Asif H Qureshi (2018) Book Review (2018)
Journal Article
Blanco, E. (in press). Contextualising international law in North East Asia - Asif H Qureshi (2018) Book Review

Professor Qureshi’s volume offers a new, welcome, and original insight into the international legal relationships between China, Japan and Korea (the three countries constituting North East Asia ¬-NEA) and the framework of international law where th... Read More about Contextualising international law in North East Asia - Asif H Qureshi (2018) Book Review.

Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2018, November). Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit. Paper presented at Transformation of Citizenship

In Grzelczyk the CJEU defined EU citizenship as a fundamental status that enables nationals of Member States to enjoy the same treatment in law. In Zambrano the close correlation between this fundamental status and the enjoyment of substantive rights... Read More about Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit.

Towards a conceptualisation of the regulatory autonomy and the public interest in international investment law (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Man, A. (2018, November). Towards a conceptualisation of the regulatory autonomy and the public interest in international investment law. Paper presented at BISA International Law and Politics: International Law Under Pressure

The intersectionality between international investment rules and socio-economic development is a site of academic debate. While, scholars aptly assert that international investment law needs to take account of the public interest within the host Stat... Read More about Towards a conceptualisation of the regulatory autonomy and the public interest in international investment law.

“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”: The French Constitutional Court confirms the constitutional status and force of the principle of fraternity (2018)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”: The French Constitutional Court confirms the constitutional status and force of the principle of fraternity

In its Decision n° 2018-717/718 QPC of 06 juillet 2018 - M. Cédric H. et autre [Délit d'aide à l'entrée, à la circulation ou au séjour irréguliers d'un étranger (Criminal offence of providing assistance to a foreigner entering, moving and residing il... Read More about “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”: The French Constitutional Court confirms the constitutional status and force of the principle of fraternity.

Written Evidence - Bribery Act 2010 (2018)
Other
Ryder, N. (2018). Written Evidence - Bribery Act 2010

The submission provides a summary of the research conducted by Professor Nicholas Ryder on the Bribery Act 2010. The submission presents a summary of the key findings.

Conferral of nationality of the kin state - mission creep? (2018)
Book Chapter
Quénivet, N., & Hassler, S. (2018). Conferral of nationality of the kin state - mission creep?. In S. Sayapin, & E. Tsybulenko (Eds.), The Use of Force against Ukraine and International Law – Jus Ad Bellum, Jus In Bello, Jus Post Bellum, (73-110). The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6265-222-4_4

Nationality is a surprisingly complex and emotive issue. At a time when global events appear increasingly threatening, the individual desire to align with a solid State is stronger than ever. While the acquisition of nationality is commonly not subje... Read More about Conferral of nationality of the kin state - mission creep?.

The “near miss” of Liam Allan: Critical problems in police disclosure, investigation culture, and the resourcing of criminal justice (2018)
Journal Article
Smith, T. (2018). The “near miss” of Liam Allan: Critical problems in police disclosure, investigation culture, and the resourcing of criminal justice. Criminal Law Review -London-, 711-731

Miscarriages of justice have historically acted as catalysts for reform. It seems we only learn to fix the most serious problems — often obvious to those at the coal-face of practice — once the damage is done. Such miscarriages have largely resulted... Read More about The “near miss” of Liam Allan: Critical problems in police disclosure, investigation culture, and the resourcing of criminal justice.

Evaluation of the Intervention Initiative: A bystander intervention program to prevent violence against women in universities (2018)
Journal Article
Fenton, R. A., & Mott, H. L. (2018). Evaluation of the Intervention Initiative: A bystander intervention program to prevent violence against women in universities. Violence and Victims, 33(4), 645-662. https://doi.org/10.1891/0886-6708.VV-D-16-00074

© 2018 Springer Publishing Company. Violence against women students is increasingly recognized as a significant public health and human rights issue. The Intervention Initiative is a facilitated bystander intervention educational program commissioned... Read More about Evaluation of the Intervention Initiative: A bystander intervention program to prevent violence against women in universities.

Predatory lending and consumer protection in the United Kingdom: Time for a frank conversation (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Ryder, N. (2018, July). Predatory lending and consumer protection in the United Kingdom: Time for a frank conversation. Paper presented at Global Consumer Lives: ‘(Vulnerable) consumers or citizens?: is there a correct rationale for a fairer access to justice?

The aim of this paper is to provide a critical commentary on the United Kingdom's regulation of predatory lending. The paper draws comparisons with the approach adopted in the United States of America.

Economic crime enquiry (2018)
Other
Ryder, N. (2018). Economic crime enquiry

The submission provides a summary of the research conducted by Professor Nicholas Ryder on money laundering, the financing of terrorism, the respective legislative frameworks, regulatory agencies and the enforcement of financial crime legislation in... Read More about Economic crime enquiry.

Is it time to reform the counter-terrorist financing reporting obligations? A critical and comparative assessment of the counter-terrorist financing reporting obligations in the European Union and the United Kingdom (2018)
Journal Article
Ryder, N. (2018). Is it time to reform the counter-terrorist financing reporting obligations? A critical and comparative assessment of the counter-terrorist financing reporting obligations in the European Union and the United Kingdom

This Article critically considers the effectiveness of the European Union’s (EU) counter terrorist financing (CTF) strategies. In particular, it concentrates on the use of financial intelligence gathered from the submission of suspicious activity rep... Read More about Is it time to reform the counter-terrorist financing reporting obligations? A critical and comparative assessment of the counter-terrorist financing reporting obligations in the European Union and the United Kingdom.

Specialist rape investigation, complex victim vulnerability and partnership working (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Rumney, P., & McPhee, D. (2018, June). Specialist rape investigation, complex victim vulnerability and partnership working. Paper presented at Taming the Wicked: The Role of Partnerships in DemandingTimes

The working practices and performance of specialist rape investigation units is an under-researched area. This paper examines data derived from analysis of 441 police case files involving a specialist rape investigation unit and non-specialist compar... Read More about Specialist rape investigation, complex victim vulnerability and partnership working.

Human rights and military operations abroad (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2018, June). Human rights and military operations abroad. Paper presented at British International Studies Association - Annual Conference

The past decades have seen a surge in the number of cases before national courts as well as the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) relating to acts committed by armed forces deployed in military operations abroad. The first hurdle faced by the co... Read More about Human rights and military operations abroad.