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Barrow C (2013) Trade union rights in the United Kingdom and article 11 of the European Convention: past failures and future possibilities European Human Rights Law Review, 2013 (1) ISSN 1361–1526
Barrow C (2013) Balloting requirements and the right to strike: The retreat from Metrobus Law Teacher 47(2) pp 218–227
Barrow C (2011) UK Courts, balloting requirements and the right to strike: recent developments Law Teacher 45 (1) pp 132–144. ISSN 0306-9400
Barrow C (2010) The Employment Relations Act 1999 (blacklists) regulations 2010: SI 2010 No 493 Industrial Law Journal 39 (3) pp 300-311. ISSN 0305-9332
Barrow, C (2010) Demir and Baykara v Turkey: breathing life into Article 11 European Human Rights Law Review, 4 pp 419–423. ISSN 1361–1526
Barrow C (2002) Industrial Relations Law. Routledge/ Cavendish: London.
Barrow C (1998) Briefcase on Employment Law. Routledge/ Cavendish: London.
Barrow C (2001) Blackstones Guide to the Employment Relations Act 1999. Oxford University Press: Oxford.
Barrow C (2003) Employment Law: Law Cards. Cavendish: London.
Dembour M-B (2012). 'Gaygusuz Revisited: The Limits of the European Court of Human Rights' Equality Agenda', Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 12 (4), abstract available online.
Dembour M-B and Kelly T (2011) Are Human Rights for Migrants? Critical Perspectives on the Status of Illegal Migrants in Europe and the United States, London: Routledge.
Dembour M-B (2010) 'Critiques', in D Moeckli, S Shah and S Sivakumaran (eds), International Human Rights Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp64-86.
Dembour M-B (2010). 'Postcolonial Denial: Why the European Court of Human Rights Finds it so Difficult to Acknowledge Racism', in K Clarke and M Goodale (eds) Mirrors of Justice: Law and Power in the Post-Cold War Era. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp45-66.
Dembour M-B (2009) 'In the Name of the Rule of Law: The European Court of Human Rights' Silencing of Racism', in GK Bhambra and R Shilliams (eds) Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested Project. Palgrave Macmillan, pp184–202.
Dembour M-B and Kelly T (eds) (2007) Paths to International Justice: Social and Cultural Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Dembour M-B (2006) Who Believes in Human Rights? Reflections on the European Convention, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Law in Context Series).
Cowan JK, Dembour M-B and Wilson RA (eds) (2001) Culture and Rights: Anthropological Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, pp1–26.
Field S & Jones L (2013) 'Five years on: The Impact of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007: Plus ca change?', International Company and Commercial Law Review, 24 (6) p239.
Field S & Jones L (2011) ‘Corporate Criminal Liability for manslaughter: the evolving approach of the prosecuting authorities and courts in England and Wales’ Business Law Review 2011 32(4) 80–86
Field S & Jones L (2010) ‘Innovations in Assessment: An investigaion into the role of blended learning as a support mechanism for assessment’ The Law Teacher, Volume 44 Issue 3, 378
Jones L (2013) Introduction to Business Law. 2nd Edition Oxford University Press, Oxford
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For Marie-Bénédicte Dembour
25-27 June 2013: invited speaker to the workshop on ‘The Rituals of Human Rights Law’ organised by Hilary Charlesworth at the University of Canberra.
28 March 2013: keynote address at the conference entitled ‘A Sea of Troubles? Problematizing Migration Law’ held at Birkbeck College.
27-28 Nov 2013: respondent to keynote paper by Francis Snyder at the conference on ‘Teaching Legal Anthropology in Europe’ held at the Max Planck Institute in Halle.
19 April 2013: chairing the panel on ‘The Migration Industry’s Profits, Migrants’ Risks, State Responsibility?’ at the Symposium on ‘Regulating Transnational Work and Family in Times of Crisis’, Vrije University Migration and Diversity Centre.
13 Feb 2013: ‘Human Rights? Think Business’, given as part of the CROME seminar series of the Brighton Business School.
18 Dec 2012: ‘Migrant First, Human Second? Comparing the Approaches of the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights’, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, research event involving a 30-minute presentation by Dembour and questions from the audience, opening up a seminar series where the draft chapters of Dembour’s forthcoming OUP monograph will be weekly discussed from late April to July 2013.
7 Dec 2012: Participation in the ‘Journée d’études sur la Vulnérabilité saisie par les juges en Europe’, Paris-Sorbonne.
28 Nov 2012: ‘Migrant First, Human When? Comparing the Approaches of the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights’, seminar given jointly to Justice and Violence, Sussex Centre for Migration Research (SCMR) and Law Sussex Research Centers.
6 Nov 2012: ‘State sovereignty v. Migrants Rights: Who wins before the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights?’, seminar given to Oxford Human Rights Hub and Law and Migration Series. Reported on the Oxford Human Rights blog.
28 Sept 2012: Discussant at the closed dialogue seminar on ‘Human rights, children’s rights and migration’, University of Antwerp.
9 May 2012: Discussant at a workshop on ‘The face-veil ban in Europe’, University of Ghent.
13-14 March 2012: ‘All Equals or Some More Equal than Others? Why Gaygusuz failed to create a new line of jurisprudence at Strasbourg’, paper given at the conference on ‘Access denied’, VU Amsterdam.
8-9 March 2012: Discussant following the presentation by the UN Expert on Indigenous Issues of its Draft Report at a Seminar on Indigenous Languages and Cultures, Brunel University. Available online.