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Allin, Michael (2015) 'Joint reproductive autonomy: does Evans v Amicus Healthcare Ltd provide for a gender-neutral approach to assisted reproductive rights?' Medico-Legal Journal, 83 (2). pp. 98-103.

B

Brown, Grace (2022) The Legality of Processing Asylum Claims in Rwanda is Questionable. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

C

Campbell, John (2020) Entanglements of Life with the Law : Precarity and Justice in London's Magistrates Courts. High Wycombe: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Campbell, John (2013) 'Language analysis in the United Kingdom's refugee status determination system: seeing through policy claims about ‘expert knowledge’.' Ethnic and Racial Studies, 36 (4). pp. 670-690.

D

Duhs, Elenor (2023) The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill – Rushed, Risky and Undemocratic II. London: Influencing the Corridors of Power Project (ICOP).

Duhs, Eleonor (2022) Changes to data protection law and the risks to the UK economy. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

Duhs, Eleonor (2022) The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill – Rushed, Risky and Undemocratic. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

G

Goodman, Charlotte (2023) Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill: Sweeping Executive Powers Vulnerable to Legal Challenge. Influencing the Corridors of Power Project (ICOP).

H

Hodgson, Jacqueline and Mou, Yu (2019) 'Empirical Approaches to Criminal Procedure.' In: Brown, Darryl, Turner, Jania and Weisser, Bettina, (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Process. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 43-66.

Horten, Monica (2022) Online Safety Bill "spy clause" requires Chat Platforms to Scan Private Messages. Influencing the Corridors of Power Project (ICOP).

Horten, Monica (2023) Online Safety Bill “spy clause” [S.110] requires Chat Platforms to Scan Private Messages. London: Influencing the Corridors of Power Project (ICOP).

K

Kohler, Paul (2005) 'Recognition of New Property Interests.' In: Clarke, Alison and Kohler, Paul, (eds.), Property Law: Commentary and Materials. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 345-379.

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Lammasniemi, Laura and Sharma, Kanika (2021) 'Governing Conjugality: Social Hygiene and The Doctrine of Restitution of Conjugal Rights in England and India in the Nineteenth Century.' Australian Feminist Law Journal, 47 (1). pp. 67-84.

M

Mylvaganam, Paul (2022) The Threat to Public Interest Disclosure from the National Security Bill. SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

R

Renton, David and Pandor, Hasan (2021) Sentencing Democratic Protest to Death. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

Renton, David and Scott-Baumann, Alison (2021) The 'Free Speech' Law will create Courtroom and Classroom Chaos. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

Renton, David and Scott-Baumann, Alison (2021) The HE Free Speech Bill must Incorporate the Equality Act. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

S

Scott-Baumann, Alison and Mehmood, Maryyum (2020) Freedom of Speech in Higher Education. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

T

Tomlinson, Hugh, Renton, David and Scott-Baumann, Alison (2022) The HE Free Speech Bill Must Recognise Equality Act Obligations. London: SOAS Influencing the Corridors of Power project (ICOP).

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