We take a socio-legal approach to our research, often working in collaboration with colleagues from different disciplines.
Our research interests include:
- Administrative decision-making
- Crime, protest, and policing
- Gender and law
- Law and tolerance
- Social welfare and housing law
- The rule of law
- Professor Simon Halliday (cluster convenor)
- Dr Ioana Cismas
- Dr Joanna Gilmore
- Professor Caroline Hunter
- Martin Jones
- Dr Kate Leader
- Professor Matt Matravers
- Dr Lawrence McNamara
- Dr Jed Meers
- Professor Charlotte O'Brien
- Dr Ailbhe O’Loughlin
- Dr Nicolas Rennuy
- Dr Emma Waring
- Dr Sue Westwood
- Dr Sarah Wilson
- Dr Kathryn Wright
- Halliday, S & Civitarese Matteucci, S (ed.) 2017, Social Rights in Europe in an Age of Austerity. Critical Studies in Jurisprudence, Routledge , Abingdon.
- Hunter, CM & Meers, JG 2018, The ‘Affordable Alternative to Renting’: Property Guardians and Legal Dimensions of Housing Precariousness. in H Carr, B Edgeworth & C Hunter (eds), Law and the Precarious Home: Socio Legal Perspectives on the Home in Insecure Times. Hart Publishing.
- Jackson, W, Gilmore, J & Monk, H 2018, 'Policing unacceptable protest in England and Wales: A case study of the policing of anti-fracking protests', Critical Social Policy.
- O'Loughlin, A 2018, 'De-constructing Risk, Therapeutic Needs and the Dangerous Personality Disordered Subject', Punishment and Society.
- Waldorf, LT 2016, 'Inhumanity’s Law: Crimes against Humanity, RtoP, and South Sudan', International Politics, vol. 53, pp. 49-66.
- Westwood, SL (ed.) 2018, Ageing, Diversity and Equality: Social justice perspectives. Routledge.
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