Legal Studies

(The median citation count of Legal Studies is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
From adversarialism to managerialism: criminal justice in transition23
Administrative law and the machines of government: judicial review of automated public-sector decision-making23
Moving from cosmopolitan legal theory to legal practice: models of cosmopolitan law15
From need to choice, welfarism to advanced liberalism? Problematics of social housing allocation13
Re-engineering justice? Robot judges, computerised courts and (semi) automated legal decision-making11
The use of ASBOS against young people in England and Wales: lessons from Scotland8
Constructive trusts over the family home: lessons to be learned from other commonwealth jurisdictions?8
Political advertising revisited: digital campaigning and protecting democratic discourse8
Regulatory law: some lessons from the past7
Property, territory, and colonialism: an international legal history of enclosure7
The Abortion Act (1967): a biography5
A dish served cold: targeting revenge in revenge pornography4
Equality law obligations in higher education: reasonable adjustments under the Equality Act 2010 in assessment of students with unseen disabilities4
The boundaries of the firm: the theories of Coase, Knight and Weitzman4
Managing without default retirement in universities: a comparative picture from Australia4
Between ‘going private’ and ‘NHS privatisation’: patient choice, competition reforms and the relationship between the NHS and private healthcare in England4
Negative enforcement of employment contracts in the sports industries4
The case for replicable structured full proportionality analysis in all cases concerning fundamental rights4
Justifying private property rights: a message from Hegel's jurisprudential writings4
Lawyer disciplinary processes: an empirical study of solicitors’ misconduct cases in England and Wales in 20154
From balanced enterprise to hostile takeover: how the law forgot about management4
Resiling from the Anns principle: the variable nature of proximity in negligence3
The procedural fairness limitations of fitness to practise hearings: a case study into social work3
Anti-money laundering regulation and the art market3
Hybrid institutions in the national security constitution: the case of the Commissioners3
Disrupting doctrine? Revisiting the doctrinal impact of relational contract theory3
When the judge met P: the rules of engagement in the Court of Protection and the parallel universe of children meeting judges in the Family Court3
Judges and politics: an essay from Canada2
Brands, ‘weightless’ firms and global value chains: the organisational impact of trade mark law2
Relativism, reflective equilibrium, and justice2
A Supreme Court for the United Kingdom: views from the Northern Kingdom2
The views from the hills: fatal accidents, child safety and licensing adventure activities2
The concept of business judgment2
The gig economy: a hypothetical contract analysis2
Books received2
Exploring the emotional burdens and impact of medical negligence litigation on the plaintiff and medical practitioner: insights from Ireland2
Enforcing rights in employment tribunals: insights from age discrimination claims in a new ‘dataset’2
What do the French think of their jury? Views from Poitiers and Paris2
The regulatory space of equality and human rights in Britain: the role of the Equality and Human Rights Commission2
Reconciling protection of children with justice for parents in cases of alleged child abuse2
Charging ‘overseas visitors’ for NHS treatment, from Bevan to Windrush and beyond2
Rules and standards in the workplace: a perspective from the field of labour law2
A Theory of Constitutional Rights by Robert Alexy, trans Julian Rivers Oxford: Oxford University Press, liii + 433 + (bibliography + index) 29 pp (£70.00 hardback). ISBN 0198258216. - 1
From ‘arms, malice, and menacing’ to the courts: disputed elections and the reform of the election petitions system1
A vindicatory approach to tortious liability for mistakes in assisted human reproduction1
Defamation of ‘government’: taking lessons from America?1
What determines national convergence of EU law? Measuring the implementation of consumer sales law1
UK post-Brexit trade agreements and devolution1
The mutable defendant: from penitent to rights-bearing and beyond1
Of outrage and misunderstanding: Ireland v United Kingdom – governmental perspectives on an inter-state application under the European Convention on Human Rights1
A Supreme Court for the United Kingdom? A view from the High Court of Australia1
The rise of judicial diplomacy in the UK: aims and challenges1
A law-and-community approach to compensation for takings of property under the European Convention on Human Rights1
An experimentalist approach to equality: a case study of retirement in the UK university sector1
Purposive contractual interpretation1
The Independence of the Judiciary: The View from the Lord Chancellor’s Ofice by Robert Stevens Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993, xii + 184 + (tables, bibliography and index) 37 pp (h1
Revisiting pure economic loss: lessons to be learnt from the Supreme Court of Canada?1
Deducting collateral benefits from damages: principle and policy1
Portraits of women of the law: re-envisioning gender, law and the legal professions in law schools1
Delimiting the concept of personal data after the GDPR1
Strikes and the contract of employment: a comparison of the laws of Spain and England1