Published academic papers 1986-1999

Journal articles and chapters 1986-99

European Law Journal 1999

‘’The Inevitable End of a Discredited System’ ? The Origins of the Gladstone Committee Report on Prisons’, 31 (1988) The Historical Journal, 591-608.


[with Laura Wilkin] ‘’The Dream of a Benevolent Mind’ : The Late Victorian Response to the Problem of Inebriety’, 9 (1988) Criminal Justice History, 189-207).


‘The Legal Accountability of Community Institutions : a Study of Illegality and Non-Contractual Liability under European Community Law’, Ch. 4 in Robin White and Bernard Smythe 9eds), Current Issues in European and International Law (festschrift for Professor F Dowrick) (Sweet & Maxwell, 1990), 52-72.


[with Ann Sherlock] ‘The Problem of Controlling Fraud within the European Community’, 16 (1991) European Law Review, 20-36.


‘Internal Subdivisions of International Jurisdictions’, Ch. 15 in J. P. Gardner (ed), United Kingdom Law in the 1990s (UK National Committee for Comparative Law, 1990, for the 13th International Congress of Comparative Law), 241-254.


‘Who Goes to Court in Europe ? An Analysis of Litigation Against the European Community’, 17 (1992) European Law Review, 105-125.


‘Research into Criminal Justice in Rural Areas’, Ch. 3 in Harding and Williams (eds), Legal Provision in the Rural Environment’ (1994, above), 34-50.


‘The Criminalisation of Corporate Behaviour’, Ch. 13 in J. W. Bridge et al (eds), United Kingdom Law in the Mid-1990s, (UK National Committee of Comparative Law, 1994, for the 14th  International Congress of Comparative Law), 339-350. Also published in H. de Doelder and K. Tiedemann (eds), Le Criminalisation du Comportement Collectif, (Martinus Nijhoff, 1996), 261-274.


[with Bert Swart] ‘Intergovernmental Co-operation in the Field of Criminal Law’, Ch. 5 in Fennel et al (eds), Criminal Justice in Europe (1995, above), 87-106.


[with René Guldenmund and Ann Sherlock]  ‘The European Community and Criminal Law’, Ch. 6 ibid, 107-126.


[with Désirée Paridaens]  ‘The Transfer of Prisoners with Special Reference to the Netherlands and the UK’, Ch. 18 ibid, 363-378.


[with Bert Swart, Nico Jörg and Phil Fennell]  ‘Europeanization and Convergence : the Lessons of Comparative Study’, Ch. 19 ibid, 379-386.        


[with Marian Kepinski]  ‘The New Polish Unfair Competition Law’, 8 (1995) European Competition Law Review, 487-491, plus supplement.


‘Models of Enforcement : Direct and Delegated Enforcement and the Emergence of a Joint Action Model’, Ch. 2 in Enforcing European Community Rules, (1996, above), 22-42.


‘Diversity and Convergence in Enforcement’, Ch. 10 ibid, 200-211.


‘Member State Enforcement of European Community Measures : the Chimera of ‘Effective’ Enforcement’, 4 (1997) Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 5-24.


[with  Margaret Gwynne Lloyd and Michel Bénézech]  ‘The European Convention on Human Rights and the Position of the Mentally Ill in England and Wales and in France’, 42 (1999) Journal de Médecine Légale Droit Médical, 121-132.


[with C. L. Lim]  ‘The Significance of Westphalia : an Archaeology of the International Legal Order’, Ch. 1, pp 1-24, in Renegotiating Westphalia (1999, above).


‘The International and European Control of Crime’, Ch 7, pp 191-216, ibid.


[with Marian Kepinski]  ‘Polish Legislation on Competition and its Harmonization with EU Competition Law’, (1999) Polish Contemporary Law/Droit Polonais Contemporain 61-77.


[with Jana Planavova-Latanowicz]   ‘The Control of Concentrations in the Czech Republic and Poland’, 20 (1999) European Competition Law Review, 265-274.


‘Democratising Europe : Giving Substance to the Copenhagen Criteria’, 5 (1999) Rocenka Europskeho Prava/Yearbook of European Law, 25-51.