Michele Tedeschini, Unsettling Human Rights Custom (2020).
Oreva Olakpe, South-South Migrations in International Law: The Case Studies of Nigeria and China (2020).
Birsha Ohdedar, Human Right to Water, Climate Change and Justice: Analysing multiple interactions (case study: India) (2020).
Mohammed Abdul Aziz, The Integration of Muslims in Britain: An account and analysis of the legal and non-legal equality and security initiatives during the New Labour years of 1997- 2010 (2019).
Qianyi Sa, China and the World Trade Organisation Dispute Settlement Mechanism: Chinas's Participation in the DSM: 2001-2018 (2019).
Dan He, Public State, Private Corporation - A Joint History of the Ideas of the Public/Private Distinction, the State, and the Corporation (2019).
Ya-Wen Yang, Towards Democratic Citizenship for Temporary Migrant Workers: A Nondomination Approach (2019).
Clare Williams, Beyond Embeddedness: Reshaping an economic sociology of law (2019).
Mwanakitina Mohamed Bakari, The Development of the Institution of Wakf along the Kenyan Coast: Challenges and Prospects (2019).
Margaret Eileen O'Brien, Law, Culture and Community at the Borders of the State (2019).
Yuan Qiong Hu, Rethinking Patent Centric Biomedical Innovation: Towards an Alternative Conceptual Framework Building (2019).
Radin Ariff Taquiddin Radin Amir, The Role of Takaful Business Practices in the Development of Malaysian Takaful Law (2018).
Elizabeth Torbe Stubbins Bates, Solving the Conundrum Between Military Training, Prevention and Compliance in International Humanitarian Law (2018).
Lovleen Bhullar, Water pollution in India : environmental rights litigation as a solution (2018).
Emilio Ramos Calzon, Patents, Innovation and Free-Riding in China (2018).
Laila Fathi, Forgetting the Unforgivable: Amnesties Following the Algerian War of Independence (1962-2012) (2018).
Hala Helmi, Maritime Boundary Delimitation in the Arabian/Persian Gulf: A Study of Gulf State Practice in the Light of International Law, With Particular Reference to the Continental Shelf (2018).
Kuan-Chuan Huang, Judicial Supremacy in Taiwan: Strategic Models and the Judicial Yuan, 1990-1999 (2018).
Sujith Koonan, The Right to Sanitation in India: A Multi-Faceted Right in Search of a Comprehensive Framework (2018).
Sheri A. Labenski, Female Defendants in International Criminal Law and Beyond (2018).
Chung-Hsien Lee, Fragmentation, Integration and Sustainable Development: Reflections from the Market-Based Mechanism for GHG Emission Reduction (2018).
Kari Lipschutz, Oil Dependence and Access to Environmental Justice in Nigeria: The Case of Oil Pollution (2018).
Miyase Yavuz, The Role of Ijtihad in Family Law Reforms of Modern Muslim-Majority States: A Case Study of Morocco (2018).
Jinan Yousef Mohamed Abdulrazzaq Bastaki, Refugees No More: The Implications of Citizenship for the Palestinian Right of Return (2017).
Nandini Shivany Boodia-Canoo, Assembling a Nation: Law, Labour and Identities in 19th century Mauritius (2017).
Gabriela Marti, Filipino and Indonesian Migrant Domestic Workers in Singapore and Hong Kong: Legal Regulation and Access to Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining (2017).
Prince Ndudi Councillor Olokotor, Judicial Attitudes to Enforcement of Transnational Awards Under the New York Convention : A Critical Assessment of the English and Nigerian Courts (2017).
Virginie Rouas, In Search of Corporate Accountability : Transnational Litigation Against Multinational Enterprises in France and the Netherlands (2017).
Manprit Kaur Virdi, Marriage/breakdown amongst Punjabi-Sikhs in Canada : A Legal Ethnography of Disputants, (Un)official Forums, and Access to Family Justice in Ontario, Canada (2017).
Jana Al-Asady, A Legal Analysis of Iraq's Upstream Oil Industry (2016).
Sham Arun-Qayyum, People, not only Societies, are Multicultural: An Interdisciplinary Study Examining how Muslims in Britain are Negotiating Overlapping (Legal) Norms, Identities and Traditions (2016).
Osifunke Ekundayo, The Legal Protection of Children's Right to Free and Compulsory Primary Education in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects (2016).
Moataz Ahmed Ahmed Mohamed Elfegiry, Islamic Law and Human Rights in the Thought and Practice of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt (2016).
Hanns B Kendel, The Terror Court Assemblage: Two Case Studies from India (2016).
Al Khanif, Protecting Religious Minorities within Islam in Indonesia: A Challenge for International Human Rights Law and Islamic Law (2016).
Demetra Loizou, The Impact of the International Criminal Court's Establishment on the Further and Future Development of the Crimes within its Jurisdiction (2016).
Ebbe Rogge, Better Banking for Britain (2016).
Jonathan Bashi Rudahindwa, Regional Developmentalism and the Use of Law to Support the Establishment of an African Economic Community (2016).
Xiaolei Song, Corporate Governance : A Legal Study on the Reform of State-owned Enterprises in China (2016).
Vishal Vora, The Islamic Marriage Conunum: Register or Recognize? The legal Consequences of the nikah in England and Wales (2016).
Jiaqi Xie, The Reform of China's State-owned Enterprise Legal System (2016).
Xiu Ling Yu, Transplanting Law: Control, Resistance and Co-operation (2016).
Ahmad M S Aldarbas, The Regulatory Framework of the Real Estate Sector in the Arabian Gulf countries (2015).
Sulaiman Al-Turki, Codification of Islamic Law in Saudi Arabia (2015).
Aida Tamer Chammas, Accountability for Environmental Damage Arising out of Armed Conflict in International Law (2015).
Jean-Philippe Dequen, Evolution of the Place of Islamic Law within the Indian Legal Order, 1600-2014 (2015)
Siavash Eshghi, International Law, Cyberspace and Social Movements : A Critical Interjection (2015).
Dawood Adesola Hamzah, Impact of International Law on the Application of Islamic law in Saudi Arabia (2015).
Noryati Haji Ibrahim, Divorce Related Issues : A Study of Financial Settlement under Muslim Family Law in Brunei (2015).
Khanapoj Joemrith, Enforcing Arbitral Awards Against Sovereign States : The Validity of Sovereign Immunity Defence in Investor-State Arbitration (2015).
Sonia Zaman Khan, Democratic Transition and the Caretaker Government in Bangladesh in a Culture of Mistrust (2015).
Adeeba Aziz Khan, Electoral Institutions in Bangladesh : A Study of Conflicts Between the Formal and the Informal (2015).
Feja Lesniewska, Looking Beyond the Canopy : The Influence of International Principles, Actors and Values in Evolving Forest Related Law (Case Study China) (2015).
Lucja Magdalena Nowak, Exploring the Limits of the Concept of Legitimate Expectations in Investment Treaty Law : A Study in Comparative Law and the Development of International Law (2015).
Murtaza Hassan Shaikh, Protection of Religious Minorities : Between Islamic Law and International Law : A Comparative Study of Scope and Freedom of Religion (2015).
Hani Zedan, A Critical Analysis of Legal and Regulatory Policy-making in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Living Factors, Determinants and Consequences (2015).
Mimi Ajibada, A case Study of Corporate Governance Practice of SMEs Listed on ChiNext, China's Growth Enterprise Market (2014).
Leila Alikarami, The Quest for Gender Equality of Iranian Women: The Compatibility of Iranian Law with the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (2014).
Muin Boase, Imperialism, Economic Sovereignty and the Birth of International Investment Law 1843-1975 (2014).
Vincent Depaigne, The Legitimacy of the Secular State: People, Culture and Rights in Comparative Constitutional Law (2014).
Amy Kellam, Foreign Devils: Law's Imperial Discourse and the Status of Tibet (2014).
Reem Wael Mahmoud Mohamed, Gender Based Violence in South Africa: An Investigation of the Relationship between Women, NGOs and the Law (2014).
Mudasra Sabreen, Rights of a Minor in the Case of Separation between Parents (A Comparative Study of Islamic Law and Pakistani Law) (2014).
Anselmo Samussone, Corporate Governance and Legal Protection of Minority Shareholders in Mozambique (2014).
Federica Sona, In the Shadow of Uniformity : Islamic and Muslim Marriages in Contemporary Europe (2014).
Nargess Tavassolian, The Quest for Freedom of Thought and Expression in post-1979 Iran – A Comparative Study of Iranian, Islamic and International Law (2014).
Owen Taylor, International Law and Revolution (2014).
Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi, Gender Justice in Post-conflict Societies: An Assessment of Sierra Leone and Liberia (2013).
Abdulbari Altamni, Reservations to International Human Rights Treaties, with Special Reference to Muslim States' Practice of Reservations to the CEDAW: Analytical Study of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates (2013).
Mahbubur Rahman, Sentencing Policies of Bangladesh: Implications for Practice (2013).
Mohammed Al Sewilem, The Legal Framework for Foreign Direct Investment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Theory and Practice (2012).
Sarah Elibiary, Islamic Jurisprudential Discourses on the Conduct of Hostilities: Embracing Pragmatism (2012).
Yuelong Fan, Parallel-and-Multiple Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in a Globalised World: Issues and Reforms (2012).
Anita Ferrara, Unexpected Consequences - The Chilean Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Historical Perspective (2012).
John Haskell, Political Theology – The Protestant Influence on the Development of Contemporary International Law and Governance (2012).
Chifundo Jairus Kachale, Judicial (in)activism in Malawi?: A Critical Analysis of the Impact of Constitutional Jurisprudence on Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law (2012).
Peter Ntephe, Does Africa Need Another Kind of Law?: Alterity and the Rule of Law in Subsaharan Africa (2012).
Benjamin H. Tahyar, Patrimonialism, Power and the Politics of Judicial Reform in Post-Soeharto Indonesia: An Institutional Analysis (2012).
Mansour Talebpour, Impunity and the International Criminal Court (ICC) (2012).
Mohammad Shahabuddin, The Story of Ethnicity in International Law : How Ethnicity in the Liberal and Conservative Traditions Shaped International Legal History (2011).
Matthias Vanhullebusch, On Identity, Power, and Change : Reading International Humanitarian Law and Islamic Law of War (2011).
Nesrine Badawi, Islamic Jurisprudence on the Regulation of armed Conflict: A Contextual Study (2011).
Jonathan G Ercanbrack, The Law of Islamic Finance in the United Kingdom: Legal Pluralism and Financial Competition (2011).
Victor Kattan, The Tyranny of the Majority: Partition and the Evolutionof Self-Determination in International Law, 1492-1994 (2011).
Maria-Federica Moscati, Pasoliniâ's Premonitions: Legal, Procedural and Social Dimensions of Same-Sex Unions and Same-Sex Disputes (2011).
Ronald Naluwairo, Military Justice, Human Rights and the Law: An Appraisal of the Right to a Fair Trial in Uganda's Military Justice System (2011).
Casper August Waschefort, Child Soldiers and International Law: Progressing Towards "an Era of Application" (2011).
Emir Kaya, Balancing Interlegality through Realist Altruism : Diyanet Mediation in Turkey (2011).
Flora Xiao Huang, Cross-listing of Chinese Companies in Hong Kong : A Critical and Comparative Analysis of the Motivations for China/Hong Kong Cross-Listing and its Role in the Integration of the Chinese and Hong Kong Stock Markets (2010)
Agnes Bertrand, The Role of the European Union in the Resolution of the Israeli Palestinian Issue: Towards an Involvement Based on Respect for International Law and Human Rights (2010).
Rose Parfitt, Ethiopia and the Incorporation of the Disciplinary 'Other' : A Bakhtinian Approach to International Personality (2010).
Elisa Nesossi, Criminal Justice, Human Rights, and Legal Reforms in Contemporary China: The Discourses and Practice of Pre-Trial Detention (2010).
Patricia Ng, Down and out and Denied in London: Appropriate and Inappropriate Dispute Processes for Homeless Applicants (2010).
Russell Wilcox, Nature, Law and Historical Transformation: A Comparative Study with Particular Reference to China and India (2010).
Mara Malagodi, Constitutional Nationalism and Legal Exclusion in Nepal (1990-2007) (2009).
Helena Wray, A Stranger in the Home: Immigration to the UK Through Marriage from 1962 (2008).
Robin Wyatt, Unshackling the Dowry Debate : Reassessing Dowry, Marital Breakdown and Conjugal Violence (2008).
Thoko Kaime, Protecting the Rights and Welfare of the African Child : An Assessment of the Contribution of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (2007).
Ridwanul Hoque, Judicial Activism as a Golden Mean : A Critical Study of Evolving Activist Jurisprudence with Particular Reference to Bangladesh (2007).
Chao Xi, Corporate Governance and Legal Reform in post-1993 China (2007).
Katrin McGauran, EU Migration Management and Imperialism: A Critique of the 'Comprehensive' Approach to Migration (2005).
Max Wong, Re-ordering Hong Kong : Decolonisation and the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance (2005).
Robin Munro, A Question of Criminal Madness : Judicial Psychiatry and Political Dissent in the People's Republic of China (2005).
Xin Zhang, Implementation of the WTO Agreements in China : Legal and Regulatory Reforms (2005).
Phuchphop Mongkolnavin, Trade and Environment in APEC: Assessing the Potential of APE's Dispute Mediation Service for Resolving Trade and Environment Disputes in the Asia-Pacific Rim (2001).
V. Roumeliotou, Mechanisms of Control over Compliance with International Law for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea Against Pollution (2001).
Connie Carter, Law and Economic Development in Singapore 1959-1999 (1999).
Wen-Chen Shih, Changing Roles in a Changing Climate: The Bretton Woods Institutions and the Promotion of Sustainable Development (1999)
Ihsan Yilmaz, Dynamic Legal Pluralism and the Reconstruction of Unofficial Muslim Laws in England, Turkey and Pakistan (1999).
Connie Carter, Law and Economic Development in Singapore 1959-1999 (1999).
Prakash Shah, Refugees, Race and the Legal Concept of Asylum in Britain (1999).
Naim Ahmed, Litigating in the Names of the People – Stresses and Strains of the Development of Public Interest Litigation in Bangladesh (1998).
John Eudes Ruhangisa, Human Rights in Tanzania: The Role of the Judiciary (1998).
Leonard Hammer, The International Right to Freedom of Conscience : An Approach to its Application and Development (1997).
Bülent Çiçekli, The Legal Reception and Status of Turkish Immigrants in the EU: A Comparative Study of Germany, the Netherlands and the UK (1996).
C. M. Abraham, Environmental Justice in India: The Manifestation of Neo-Dharmic Jurisprudence in Postmodern Public Law (1995).
Richard Stuart Collier, The Consequences for International Fiscal Law of Unilateral Anti-Tax Haven Legislation (1995).
Borhan Uddin Khan, The Impact of International Labour Standards on Freedom of Association in Bangladesh (1995).
Jwani Timothy Mwaikusa, Towards Responsible Democratic Government: Executive Powers and Constitutional Practice in Tanzania 1962-1992 (1995).
Taslima Monsoor, From Patriarchy to Gender Equity: Family Law and Its Impact on Women in Bangladesh (1994).
Shirley Firth, Death, Dying and Bereavement in a British Hindu Community (1994).
Lynn Welchman, The Islamic Law of Marriage and Divorce in the Israeli-occupied West Bank (1993).
Md. Ershadul Bari, Martial Law in Bangladesh 1975-1979: A Legal Analysis (1985).
Salih Abdul Aziz Al-Kuhaimi, Contract Law and Judicial System in Saudi Arabia (1982).
Francois-A. Barras, Land Law in Burundi: Legal and Social Ordering of Land Tenure in Historical and Contemporary Burundi (1982).
Nihar Ranjan Chakrabarti, Contemporary Problems in Hindu Religious Endowments (1982).
Sadashivrao Nanasaheb Deshmukh, The Doctrine of Tainted Debts in Hindu Law (1978).
Sulaiman Kumo, Organisation and Procedure of Shari'a Courts in Northern Nigeria (1972).
George Thomas Luis, Protection of Minority Interests Under the Indian Constitution (1970).