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Article

Bachmann, Sascha (2011) Terrorism litigation as deterrence under international law: from protecting human rights to countering hybrid threats. Amicus Curiae (87). pp. 22-25. ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Nurse, Angus and Ryland, Diane (2013) A question of citizenship: examining Zoopolis' political theory of animal rights. Journal of Animal Ethics, 3 (2). pp. 201-207. ISSN 2156-5414

O'Nions, Helen (2006) The erosion of the right to seek asylum. Web journal of current legal issues . ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Peysner, John (2003) Finding predictable costs. Civil Justice Quarterly, 22 . pp. 349-370. ISSN 0261-9261

Peysner, John (2004) Predictability and budgeting. Civil Justice Quarterly, 23 . pp. 15-37. ISSN 0261-9261

Book Section

Nurse, Angus (2009) Dealing with animal offenders. In: The link between animal abuse and human violence. Sussex Academic Press, Brighton , pp. 238-249. ISBN 9781845193256

Ryland, Diane (2014) The Advocate General and the right to a fair hearing: what future? In: Essays on human rights in celebration of the life of Dr. Janusz Kochanowski. Ius et Lex, Warsaw, pp. 354-387. ISBN 9788361718246

Turner, Barry (2012) Expert opinion in court: United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. In: Wiley encyclopedia of forensic science. Wiley. ISBN 9780470061589

Turner, Barry (2009) Expert opinion in court: a comparison of approaches. In: Wiley encyclopedia of forensic science. Wiley. ISBN 9780470061589

Turner, Barry (2012) Expert opinion in court: civil law jurisdictions (France, Germany, Italy, and Spain). In: Wiley encyclopedia of forensic science. Wiley. ISBN 9780470061589

Paper or Report

Nurse, Angus (2003) The nature of wildlife and conservation crime in the UK and its public policy response. Working Paper. Birmingham City University, Birmingham.

Conference or Workshop Item

Summan, Sandhla (2007) Blended learning: technologically mediated interactions during e-seminars in the learning of law. In: "nd International Conference on E learning, June 2007, Columbia University.

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