International Journal of Law in Context

(The TQCC of International Journal of Law in Context is 3. 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.)
Living-apart-together in Britain: context and meaning53
Policing the smart city20
Fairness, accountability and transparency: notes on algorithmic decision-making in criminal justice19
‘Oh you're a guy, how could you be raped by a woman, that makes no sense’: towards a case for legally recognising and labelling ‘forced-to-penetrate’ cases as rape16
Freedom to negotiate: a proposal extricating ‘capacity’ from ‘consent’13
Regulating terrorist content on social media: automation and the rule of law13
Criminal justice profiling and EU data protection law: precarious protection from predictive policing11
Automated policing: the case of body-worn video11
Law, liberty and technology: criminal justice in the context of smart machines10
The limits of plain legal language: understanding the comprehensible style in law9
Everyday encounters with difference in urban parks: forging ‘openness to otherness’ in segmenting cities9
Equality through precarious work regulation: lessons from the domestic work debates in defence of the Standard Employment Relationship8
Calculating claims: Jewish and Muslim women navigating religion, economics and law in Canada8
Crossing the boundaries of the home: a chronotopical analysis of the legal status of women's domestic work8
The idea of ‘religious markets’8
Regulating exclusions? Gender, development and the limits of inclusionary financial platforms8
What do we expect from an ombudsman? Narratives of everyday engagement with the informal justice system in Germany and the UK7
Fatherhood, gender and the making of professional identity in large law firms: bringing men into the frame6
The law and ethics of ‘cultural appropriation’6
The formation of a European constitution: an approach from historical-political sociology6
Kanak women and the colonial process6
FromJudge JudytoJudge RinderandJudge Geordie: humour, emotion and ‘televisual legal consciousness’6
From pains-taking to pains-giving comparisons6
Fromhomo economicustohomo roboticus: an exploration of the transformative impact of the technological imaginary5
What’s Wrong With Children’s Rights By Martin Guggenheim. xiii + 306 pages. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2005 ISBN 0-674-01721-8 £18.955
Law, land, development and narrative: a case-study from the South Pacific4
Social bodies and social justice4
Neo-extractivist controversies in Bolivia: indigenous perspectives on global norms4
Unpaid wages: the experiences of Irish Magdalene Laundries and Indigenous Australians4
Retreat from multiculturalism: community cohesion, civic integration and the disciplinary politics of gender4
An e-mail from Global Bukowina4
The question of Salah Sheekh: Derrida's hospitality and migration law4
Islamic family law in Europe? From dichotomies to discourse – or: beyond cultural and religious identity in family law3
The economic case for improving legal outcomes for accused persons with cognitive disability: an Australian study3
Hopeless cases: race, racism and the ‘vexatious litigant’3
Not ‘us’ and ‘them’: towards a normative legal theory of mental health vulnerability3
On the edges of the law: sex workers’ legal consciousness in England3
One step forward or one step back? Autonomy, agency and surrogates in the Indian Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 20193
From dispassionate law to compassionate outcomes in health-care law, or not3
Mind the (new) gap: a selective survey of current law and society research in the Netherlands3