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Ian Loveland is Professor of Public Law at the City Law School where he joined in 1999, having previously held academic posts at Oxford, QMW and Brunel universities. He was formerly the Director of the Law School's Graduate LLB programme.

Professor Loveland has taught and written widely in the fields of domestic and comparative public law. At City he teaches classes in Constitutional Law; Advanced Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law of the USA; and Canadian Constitutional Law.

He is presently a member of Arden Chambers, a specialist housing and local government set. Professor Loveland acts primarily on behalf of tenants and homeless persons.

In addition to his academic work, Professor Loveland practices as a barrister at the public law bar and has appeared as counsel in the High Court and Court of Appeal.

His major published works include several monographs and he has also edited several major volumes of essays on public law subjects: He publishes regularly in leading academic journals on a range of public law subjects, and is a frequent contributor to professional journals in his fields of expertise.

Notable cases

- Harlow District Council v Hall [2006] EWCA Civ 156 [2006] HLR 27
- R (Chelfat) v Tower Hamlets LBC [2006] EWHC (Admin) 313
- Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea v Danesh [2006] EWCA Civ 1404 [2006] All ER (D) 66 (Oct); [2007] 1 WLR 69
- Brumby v Octavia Housing Association [2010] EWHC 1793 (QBD)
- LB of Harrow v Wilson [2010] EWHC 1574

Research Students

Name
Alex Antoniou
Thesis Title
The New Criminal Offence of Possession of Extreme Pornographic Images (Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008, ss. 63-7)
Name
Sam McIntosh
Thesis Title
Open Justice and Investigation into Deaths at the Hands of the State
Name
Oliver O'Callaghan
Thesis Title
An Examination of the Legal Restrictions on Press Freedom in England: To What Extent is Freedom of Speech among Journalists Protected or Restricted by the English Law including Defamation and Privacy?

Publications

Books (15)

  1. Loveland, I.D. (2015). Constitutional law, administrative law and human rights. Oxford: OUP.
  2. Loveland, I. (2012). Constitutional law, administrative law, and human rights: a critical introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-960640-5.
  3. Loveland, I. (2009). Constitutional law, administrative law, and human rights: a critical introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-921974-2.
  4. Loveland, I. (2006). Constitutional law, administrative law, and human rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-929041-3.
  5. Loveland, I. (2003). Constitutional Law, Administrative Law And Human Rights. London: Butterworths. ISBN 978-0-406-95952-2.
  6. Loveland, I. (2000). Political libels: a comparative study. Oxford: Hart Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84113-115-3.
  7. Loveland, I. (2000). Constitutional law. London: Butterworth.
  8. Loveland, I. (Ed.), (2000). Constitutional law. Dartmouth: Aldershot.
  9. Loveland, I. (1999). By Due Process of Law? Racial discrimination and the right to vote in South Africa 1855-1960. Oxford: Hart Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84113-049-1.
  10. Loveland, I. (Ed.), (1998). Importing the First Amendment: freedom of speech and expression in Britain, Europe and the USA. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  11. Loveland, I.D. (1996). Constitutional law. London: Butterworths.
  12. Loveland, I. (1995). Housing homeless persons: administrative law and the administrative process. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  13. Loveland, I. (Ed.), (1995). Frontiers of Criminality. London: Sweet & Maxwell. ISBN 978-0-421-52630-3.
  14. Loveland, I. (Ed.), (1995). A special relationship? American influences on public law in the UK. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-826014-1.
  15. Loveland, I.D. Constitutional law, administrative law and human rights. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-870903-9.

Chapters (10)

  1. Loveland, I.D. (2003). Europe. In Bogdanor, V. (Ed.), The British constitution in the twentieth centur Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  2. Loveland, I.D. (2000). Introduction. In Loveland, I. (Ed.), Constitutional law (pp. xi–xxv). Aldershot: Dartmought.
  3. Loveland, I.D. (1999). Local government. Constitutional reform now (pp. 307–326). London: Longmans.
  4. Loveland, I.D. (1998). A free trade in ideas - and outcomes. In Loveland, I. (Ed.), Importing the first amendment (pp. 1–22). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  5. Loveland, I.D. (1998). City of Chicago v Tribune Co: in contexts. In Loveland, I. (Ed.), Importing the first amendment Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  6. Loveland, I.D. (1997). Privacy and political speech: an agenda for the constitutionalisation of the law of libel. In Birks, P. (Ed.), Extending obligations (pp. 51–93). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  7. Loveland, I.D. (1995). Preface. In Loveland, I. (Ed.), The frontiers of Criminality (pp. ix–xvi). London: Sweet and Maxwell. ISBN 978-0-421-52630-3.
  8. Loveland, I.D. (1995). Introduction: should we take lessons from America? In Loveland, I. (Ed.), A Special Relationship (pp. 1–24). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-826014-1.
  9. Loveland, I.D. (1995). The criminalisation of racist violence. In Loveland, I. (Ed.), A Special Relationship (pp. 253–278). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-826014-1.
  10. Loveland, I.D. (1994). An irrelevant consideration? The role of administrative law in determining the local connection of homeless persons. In Genn, H. and Richardson, G. (Eds.), Judicial review and government action (pp. 211–232). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles (123)

  1. Loveland, I.D. (2017). Nearly twenty years later: assessing the significance of the Human Rights Act 1998 to residential possession proceedings’. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2017, pp. 169–190.
  2. Loveland, I.D. (2017). ‘”Human rights” defences in possession proceedings: a cautionary tale’. Kings Law Journal, (2017), pp. 130–156.
  3. Loveland, I.D. (2017). The sexual orientation cases. British Journal of American Legal Studies .
  4. Loveland, I.D. (2017). Liberty, Equality and the Right to Marry under the Fourteenth Amendment. British Journal of American Legal Studies, 2017 .
  5. Loveland, I.D. (2017). Changing the meaning uf 'vulnerable' under the homelessness legislation. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law .
  6. Loveland, I.D. (2016). Survivorship and Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998. Journal of Housing Law, 19(3), pp. 51–56.
  7. Loveland, I.D. (2016). Secure Tenancies and Second Successions. Journal of Housing Law .
  8. Loveland, I.D. (2016). Affordability and intentional homelessness: Terryann Samuels and Birmingham CC [2015] EWCA Civ 1051. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer .
  9. Loveland, I.D. (2015). The horizontal effect of Art 8 HRA in possession proceedings. European Human Rights Law Review, 2015(2), pp. 138–148.
  10. Loveland, I.D. (2015). Analysing the doctrine of survivorship in joint tenancies of people’s homes from a human rights perspective. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2015, pp. 47–60.
  11. Loveland, I.D. (2014). Public law and art.8 defences in residential possession proceedings. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2014(3), pp. 262–272.
  12. Loveland, I.D. (2014). A right to engage in same sex marriage in the United States? European Human Rights Law Review pp. 10–20.
  13. Loveland, I.D. (2014). Peaceable entry to mortgaged premises: considering the doctrine’s compatibility with Art 8 HRA. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2014, pp. 381–397.
  14. Loveland, I.D. (2013). Tackling the rule in Hammersmith v Monk: in theory and in practice – part two. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 629–638.
  15. Loveland, I.D. (2013). The holy grail as an empty chalice? Proportionality review in possession proceedings after Pinnock and Powell. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law .
  16. Loveland, I.D. (2013). The rule in Hammersmith v Monk survives – for now. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 573–579.
  17. Loveland, I.D. (2012). Landowner and landlord liability for the nuisance-causing actions of third parties on the landowner/landlord’s land: an analysis of Brumby v Octavia Housing. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 5–18.
  18. Loveland, I.D. (2012). Proportionality in possession proceedings. Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 512–521.
  19. Loveland, I.D. (2012). Tackling the rule in Hammersmith v Monk: in theory and in practice – part one. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 28–37.
  20. Loveland, I.D. (2012). Second successions to secure tenancies. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 453–466.
  21. Loveland, I.D. (2011). The shifting sands of Article 8 jurisprudence in English housing law. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 151–165.
  22. Loveland, I.D. (2010). The new latest last word on the relevance of Art 8 ECHR to possession proceedings. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 415–430.
  23. Loveland, I.D. (2010). A Lady with a Van. Or (In-)Security of Tenure for Residents of Almshouses. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, (3), pp. 234–252.
  24. Loveland, I.D. (2010). Security of Tenure for Tenants of Fully Mutual Housing Co-operatives. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, (6), pp. 461–483.
  25. Loveland, I.D. (2009). Ground 8 and article 8: a modest success for the HRA. Legal Action pp. 42–44.
  26. Loveland, I.D. (2009). A Tale of Two Trespassers: Reconsidering the Impact of the Human Rights Act on Rights of Residence in Rented Housing: Part One. European Human Rights Law Review, (2), pp. 148–169.
  27. Loveland, I.D. (2009). A Tale of Two Trespassers: Reconsidering the Impact of the Human Rights Act on Rights of Residence in Rented Housing: Part Two. European Human Rights Law Review, (4), pp. 495–511.
  28. Loveland, I.D. (2009). How Do I Kill Thee? Let Me Count the Ways? The Constitutionality of Lethal Injection as a Method of Execution in the USA. Public Law pp. 453–465.
  29. Loveland, I.D. (2009). Legitimate Expectations and Local Authority Autonomy. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 1422–1432.
  30. Loveland, I.D. (2009). ‘Defending Ground 8 Residential Possession Claims Through Art 8 of the ECHR’. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 396–412.
  31. Loveland, I.D. (2008). Time for a rethink on possession proceedings? Part 3. Legal Action pp. 39–41.
  32. Loveland, I.D. (2008). Time for a rethink on possession proceedings? Part 2. Legal Action pp. 47–49.
  33. Loveland, I.D. (2008). Time for a rethink on possession proceedings? Part 1. Legal Action pp. 26–28.
  34. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Homelessness reviews: when can local authorities withdraw s.184 decisions? Legal Action pp. 20–22.
  35. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Abuse and oppression in the execution of warrants of possession. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 32–46.
  36. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Tolerated trespass – a very peculiar legal creature. Law Quarterly Review pp. 455–479.
  37. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Postponed and suspended possession orders. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 298–315.
  38. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Public protest in Parliament Square. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 251–265.
  39. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Reynolds privilege reconsidered. Media and Arts Law Review pp. 265–278.
  40. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Tolerated trespass: 10 (or so) things practicioners should know. Legal Action pp. 19–20.
  41. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Public protest and public order through the prism of the Human Rights Act. Legal Action .
  42. Loveland, I.D. (2007). Tolerated trespass for assured tenancies. Legal Action pp. 33–34.
  43. Loveland, I.D. (2006). Rent lawfully due in possession proceedings. Legal Action pp. 84–87.
  44. Loveland, I.D. (2006). Much ado about not very much after all? The (latest) last word on the relevance of Art 8 ECHR to possession proceedings. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 1457–1465.
  45. Loveland, I.D. (2006). Re-applications under the homelessness legislation. Legal Action pp. 19–20.
  46. Loveland, I.D. (2006). Landlord liability for tenant nuisance: part 1. Journal of Housing Law pp. 4–8.
  47. Loveland, I.D. (2006). Landlord liability for tenant nuisance: part 2. Journal of Housing Law pp. 27–31.
  48. Loveland, I.D. (2006). The right to buy as a defence to possession proceedings. Solicitors Journal pp. 727–728.
  49. Loveland, I.D. (2006). A difficult question of balance ? Using the right to buy as a defence in possession proceedings…. Journal of Housing Law pp. 727–728.
  50. Loveland, I.D. (2005). After Qazi: 1 – sole tenant termination of joint tenancies. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 123–139.
  51. Loveland, I.D. (2005). Landlord liability for anti-social behaviour of their tenants 1: stretching the orthodox position. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 273–282.
  52. Loveland, I.D. (2005). Landlord liability for anti-social behaviour of their tenants 2: challenging the orthodox position. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 405–418.
  53. Loveland, I.D. (2005). Amendments to the right to buy under the Housing Act 2004. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 401–408.
  54. Loveland, I.D. (2005). Execution of insane prisoners in the United States. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 363–372.
  55. Loveland, I.D. (2005). Challenging homelessness decisionmaking: part 1. Journal of Housing Law pp. 69–72.
  56. Loveland, I.D. (2005). Challenging homelessness decisionmaking: part 2. Journal of Housing Law pp. 85–88.
  57. Loveland, I.D. (2005). 'Whose home’ (Setting aside warrants of possession for residential premises). Solicitors Journal pp. 1405–1406.
  58. Loveland, I.D. (2004). The use of injunctions under TCPA 1990 s.187B. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 8–16.
  59. Loveland, I.D. (2004). The impact of the Human Rights Act on security of tenure in public housing. Public Law pp. 594–611.
  60. Loveland, I.D. (2003). Execution of mentally retarded criminals in the USA. Public Law pp. 52–62.
  61. Loveland, I.D. (2003). Making it up as they go along: the Court of Appeal on succession rights in tenancies to same sex partners. Public Law pp. 222–235.
  62. Loveland, I.D. (2003). Does homelessness decisionmaking engage Article 6 ECHR? European Human Rights Law Review pp. 176–204.
  63. Loveland, I.D. (2003). The ongoing evolution of Reynolds privilege in domestic libel law. Entertainment Law Review pp. 178–184.
  64. Loveland, I.D. (2003). Stamp duty and rules of evidence in possession proceedings. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer pp. 506–516.
  65. Loveland, I.D. (2002). Local authority land sales: are councils under a fiduciary duty to accept the highest offer? Journal of Planning and Environmental Law pp. 257–270.
  66. Loveland, I.D. (2002). When a house is not a home under Art 8 ECHR. Public Law pp. 221–231.
  67. Loveland, I.D. (2002). Rethinking the rule in Hammersmith v Monk from a human rights perspective. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 327–342.
  68. Loveland, I.D. (2002). Injunctions, planning enforcement and human rights. Modern Law Review, 906(918) .
  69. Loveland, I.D. (2001). Freedom of political expression: who needs the Human Rights Act? Public Law pp. 233–244.
  70. Loveland, I.D. (2001). Arriverderci Spycatcher?' Media and Arts Law Review pp. 113–123.
  71. Loveland, I.D. (2001). The compatibility of the land use planning system with Art 6 ECHR. Journal of Planning and Environment Law pp. 535–547.
  72. Loveland, I.D. (2001). And now wash your hands - statutory nuisance under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Journal of Planning and Environmental Law, 79(1), pp. 1144–1153.
  73. Loveland, I.D. (2000). Political libels - whose right is it anyway? Current Legal Problems pp. 333–362.
  74. Loveland, I.D. (2000). Public law, political theory and legal theory - a reply to Paul Craig. Public Law pp. 205–210.
  75. Loveland, I.D. (2000). Reynolds v Times Newspapers in the House of Lords. Public Law pp. 351–360.
  76. Loveland, I.D. (2000). A new legal landscape ? Libel law and freedom of political expression in the UK. European Human Rights Law Review pp. 476–492.
  77. Loveland, I.D. (1999). Incorporating the ECHR into UK law. Parliamentary Affairs pp. 113–127.
  78. Loveland, I.D. (1999). The government of London. Political Quarterly pp. 91–100.
  79. Loveland, I.D. (1999). Constitutional law or administrative law: the status of the ECHR in UK law. Contemporary Issues in Law pp. 141–168.
  80. Loveland, I.D. (1999). Taking the constitution out of the common law. Liverpool Law Review pp. 17–31.
  81. Loveland, I.D. (1999). Libelling politicians: recent common law innovations in England and Australia. Anglo-American Law Review pp. 397–414.
  82. Loveland, I.D. (1999). Defending political libels. Political Quarterly pp. 435–442.
  83. Loveland, I.D. (1998). The constitutionalisation of political libels in English common law? Public Law pp. 633–646.
  84. Loveland, I.D. (1997). Liberals lost in the political thicket: US Term Limits Inc v Thornton. Anglo-American Law Review pp. 1–37.
  85. Loveland, I.D. (1997). The war against the judges. Political Quarterly pp. 162–171.
  86. Loveland, I.D. and Sharland, A. (1997). The Defamation Act 1996 and political libels. Public Law pp. 113–124.
  87. Loveland, I.D. (1997). Qualified privilege as a defence to political libels of elected politicians: going back to Derbyshire's American roots. Anglo-American Law Review pp. 245–267.
  88. Loveland, I.D. (1997). Reforming libel law: the public law dimension. International & Comparative Law Quarterly pp. 161–185.
  89. Loveland, I.D. (1997). Qualified privilege and political libels: a British solution to a British problem. Public Law pp. 428–437.
  90. Loveland, I.D. (1996). Sullivan v New York Times goes down under. Public Law pp. 126–139.
  91. Loveland, I.D. (1996). The status of children as applicants under the homelessness legislation: judicial subversion of legislative intent. Child and Family Law Quarterly pp. 89–104.
  92. Loveland, I.D. (1996). Schools and guns and commerce: a new balance in the USA's geographical separation of powers? Education and Law pp. 13–24.
  93. Loveland, I.D. (1996). Parliamentary sovereignty and the EC: the unfinished revolution? Parliamentary Affairs pp. 517–535.
  94. Loveland, I.D. (1996). A sign of things to come? The ECHR and a public/private divide in the civil law of defamation. Communications Law pp. 393–400.
  95. Loveland, I.D. and Sharland, A. (1996). Absolutely fatuous: defamation of MPs, freedom of speech and Article 9 of the Bill of Rights. Communications Law pp. 227–232.
  96. Loveland, I.D. (1996). A fundamental right to be gay under the Fourteenth Amendment? Public Law pp. 601–611.
  97. Loveland, I.D. (1994). Hate speech and the First Amendment. Public Law pp. 174–183.
  98. Loveland, I.D. (1994). The past, present and future of the "right" to abortion in the United States. Liverpool Law Review, 16(1), pp. 174–183. doi:10.1007/BF01080070.
  99. Loveland, I.D. (1994). Defamation of government bodies: taking lessons from America. Legal Studies pp. 206–225.
  100. Loveland, I.D. (1994). Cathy sod off! The end of the homelessness legislation. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 16(4), pp. 367–390. doi:10.1080/09649069408413621.
  101. Loveland, I.D. (1994). Positive racial discrimination and fair electoral representation in the United States. Public Law pp. 332–346.
  102. Loveland, I.D. (1993). The politics, law, and practice of intentional homelessness: 1 - housing debt. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 15(2), pp. 113–127. doi:10.1080/09649069308413593.
  103. Loveland, I.D. (1993). The politics, law, and practice of intentional homelessness: 2 - abandonment of existing housing. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 15(3), pp. 185–199. doi:10.1080/09649069308412389.
  104. Loveland, I.D. (1993). Affirming Roe v Wade? Planned Parenthood v Casey. Public Law pp. 14–24.
  105. Loveland, I.D. (1993). Redefining parliamentary sovereignty ? A new perspective on the search for the meaning of law. Parliamentary Affairs, 46(3), pp. 319–332.
  106. Loveland, I.D. (1993). An unappealing analysis of the public-private divide: the case of the homelessness legislation. Liverpool Law Review, 15(1), pp. 39–59. doi:10.1007/BF01079362.
  107. Loveland, I.D. (1993). Racial segregation in state schools: the parent's right to choose? Journal of Law and Society, 20(3), pp. 341–355.
  108. Loveland, I.D. (1992). Labour and the constitution: the "right" approach to reform? Parliamentary Affairs, 45(2), pp. 173–187.
  109. Loveland, I.D. (1992). Square pegs, round holes? The ‘right' to council housing in the post-war era. Journal of Law and Society, 19(3), pp. 173–187.
  110. Loveland, I.D. (1991). Local government responses to homelessness: a Californian case study. Local Government Studies, 17(1), pp. 13–43. doi:10.1080/03003939108433562.
  111. Loveland, I.D. (1991). Administrative law, administrative processes and the housing of homeless persons: a view from the sharp end. Journal of Social Welfare Law, 13(1), pp. 4–26. doi:10.1080/09649069108413927.
  112. Loveland, I.D. (1991). Legal rights and political realities: governmental responses to homelessness in Britain. Law and Social Inquiry, 16(2), pp. 249–319. doi:10.1111/j.1747-4469.1991.tb00920.x.
  113. Loveland, I.D. (1990). Distress for rent: an archaic remedy. Journal of Law and Society, 17(3), pp. 363–383.
  114. Loveland, I.D. (1989). The micro-politics of welfare rights: the interpretation and application of the cohabitation rule in the housing benefit scheme. Journal of Social Welfare Law, 11(1), pp. 23–42. doi:10.1080/09649068908412090.
  115. Loveland, I.D. (1989). Policing welfare: local authority responses to claimant fraud in the housing benefit scheme. Journal of Law and Society, 16(2), pp. 187–209.
  116. Loveland, I.D. (1988). Housing benefit: administrative law and administrative practice. Public Administration, 66(1), pp. 57–75. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9299.1988.tb00681.x.
  117. Loveland, I.D. (1988). Discretionary decisionmaking in the housing benefit scheme: a case study. Policy and Politics, 16(2), pp. 99–110.
  118. Loveland, I.D. (1988). Homelessness in the USA. Urban Law and Policy pp. 231–276.
  119. Loveland, I.D. (1987). Politics, organisation and environment: influences on the exercise of administrative discretion within the housing benefit scheme. Journal of Social Welfare Law, 9(4), pp. 216–236. doi:10.1080/09649068708412178.
  120. Loveland, I.D. (1987). Welfare benefits, administrative discretion and the politics of the new urban left. Journal of Law and Society, 14(4) .
  121. Loveland, I.D. Twenty years later - assessing the significance of the Human Rights Act 1998 to residential possession proceedings. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer .
  122. Loveland, I.D. Heads and quantum of damages under the tenancy deposit scheme. Journal of Housing Law .
  123. Loveland, I.D. ‘Human rights’ defences in residential possession proceedings: a cautionary tale. Kings Law Journal .

Practitioners (23)

  1. (2011). Grounded! Suing Ryanair. New Law Journal, pp. 117–118
  2. (2001). Religious drug use as a human right. New Law Journal, p. 41
  3. (2001). Grobbelar saves - but The Sun gets the rebound. New Law Journal, p. 79
  4. (2001). An alternative view of the impact of the Human Rights Act on the planning process. New Law Journal, pp. 231–232
  5. (2001). Sexual orientation discrimination. New Law Journal, p. 612
  6. (2001). Washbasins and nuisances. New Law Journal, p. 701
  7. (2001). Alconbury in the House of Lords. New Law Journal, p. 713
  8. (2000). Two wrongs (almost) make a right. New Law Journal, p. 1020
  9. (2000). Back to the future. New Law Journal, pp. 1220–1221
  10. (2000). Importing the First Amendment. New Law Journal, pp. 1342–1343
  11. (2000). The horizontal direct effect of the Human Rights Act: taking a lesson from America. New Law Journal, p. 1595
  12. (2000). Freedom of expression and libel law - liberalisation continues. New Law Journal, p. 1880
  13. (2000). Libel shopping in the wrong mall. New Law Journal, p. 759
  14. (1996). Taking guns to school: the American way. New Law Journal, pp. 1717–1718
  15. (1996). Political libels: time to take a lesson from America? New Law Journal, pp. 148–149
  16. (1996). And on the seventh day... "creation science" and freedom of speech in the USA. New Law Journal, pp. 474–475
  17. (1996). The unkindest cut? Castration as a punishment for sex offenders in the USA. New Law Journal, pp. 552–553
  18. (1996). The English position. New Law Journal, pp. 1796–1797
  19. (1994). Cathy push off! Goodbye to the homelessness legislation? New Law Journal, pp. 607–608
  20. (1994). Animal sacrifice and religious freedom under the First Amendment. New Law Journal, pp. 898–899
  21. (1993). More than the mere extinguishment of life. New Law Journal, pp. 953–956
  22. (1993). Libelling public figures. New Law Journal, pp. 953–956
  23. (1992). Abortion and the US Supreme Court. New Law Journal, pp. 974–975

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