- Professor Peter Leyland
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Regular contributor to international conferences overseas. Visiting professor at the University of Bologna, University of Ferrara and Bocconi University in Milan but in addition has lectured at many universities and public institutions abroad including: the University of Victoria, Canada, the University of Melbourne, the Catholic University, Milan, University of Brescia, the University of Siena, the National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok, the Office of the Council of State, Bangkok, Thailand’s administrative courts.
Leyland, Peter (2010) 'The Struggle for Freedom of Expression in Thailand: Media Moguls, The King, Citizen Politics and the Law'. Journal of Media Law, (2) 1, pp 115-137.
Leyland, Peter (2010) 'Constitutional Design in Thailand: the Management of Electoral Process in an Emergent Democracy'. The Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law, (4) 2, pp 299-321.
Leyland, Peter (2010) 'Local Transport Provision in the United Kingdom: The Quest for Accountability and Coherence in a 'Contract State''. Quaderni Regionali, (29) 1.
Leyland, Peter (2009) '"Fiscal Federalism" and Reforming the Financial Parameters of Devolution: Italy and the UK Compared'. Percorsi Costituzionali (Constitutional Paths), (2009) 1, pp 239-249.
Leyland, Peter (2009) 'Thailand's Troubled South: Examining the Case for Devolution from a Comparative Perspective'. Australian Journal of Asian Law, (11) 1, pp 1-28.
Leyland, Peter (2009) 'Freedom of Information and the 2009 Parliamentary Expenses Scandal'. Public Law, pp 675-681.
Leyland, Peter and Harding, Andrew (2008) 'The Constitutional Courts of Thailand and Indonesia: Two Case Studies from South East Asia'. Journal of Comparative Law, (3) 2.
Leyland, Peter (2007) 'Thailand's Constitutional Watchdogs: Dobermans, Bloodhounds or Lapdogs'. Journal of Comparative Law, (2), pp 151-177.
Leyland, Peter (2006) 'Rail Privatisation, Regulation and Re-regulation: Reviewing the Lines of Parliamentary Accountability'. Utilities Law Review, (16).
Leyland, Peter (2005) 'Back to Government? Re-Regulating British Railways'. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, (12) 2, pp 435-470.
Leyland, Peter and Harding, Andrew, (eds.), (2009) Constitutional Courts: A Comparative Study. London: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill.
Leyland, Peter (2009) 'Financing UK Devolution: The Barnett Formula and the Virtue of Passive Financial Provision?'. In: Carboni, Giuliana Giuseppina, (ed.), La Funzione Finanziaraia del Parlamento: Un Confronto tra Italia e Gran Bretagna. Torino: Giapichelli.
Leyland, Peter (2009) 'Local Transport Provision in the United Kingdom: The Quest for Accountability and Coherence in a “Contract State”'. In: Leyland, Peter, (ed.), English Administrative Law: Justice and Remedies in the Contemporary State. Bologna: Bononia University Press.
Leyland, Peter (2009) 'The Emergence of Administrative Justice in Thailand under the 1997 Constitution'. In: Ginsburg, Tom and Chen, Albert H. Y., (eds.), Administrative Law and Governance in Asia. Abingdon: Routledge, pp 230-257.
Leyland, Peter (2009) 'Combating Scandal, Codes of Practice and the Implementation of Ethical Standards in Public Life in the United Kingdom'. In: Merloni, Francesco and Perin, Roberto Cavallo, (eds.), Al Servizio della Nazione (Serving the Nation. Ethics and the Civil Servants Statute). Milan: Collana Di Diritto e Societa.
Leyland, Peter (2009) 'The Genealogy of the Administrative Courts and the Consolidation of Administrative Justice in Thailand'. In: Harding, Andrew and Nicholson, Penelope, (eds.), New Courts in Asia. London; New York: Routledge, pp 231-251.
Leyland, Peter (2008) 'Rail Privatisation, Regulation and Re-regulation: Reviewing the Lines of Parliamentary Accountability'. In: Leyland, Peter and Anthony, Gordon, (eds.), Textbook on Administrative Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Leyland, Peter and Harding, Andrew (2007) 'Comparative Legal Studies in Constitutional Contexts'. In: Örücü, Esin and Nelken, David, (eds.), Comparative Legal Studies: A Handbook. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
Leyland, Peter and Harding, Andrew (2002) 'Oppositions and Fragmentations: In Search of a Formula for Comparative Analysis?'. In: Harding, Andrew and Örücü, E, (eds.), Comparative Law in the 21st Century. Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer.
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