Human Rights Law Centre


Dominic McGoldrick

  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2019. ‘Sharia Law in Europe? Legacies of the Ottoman Empire and the European Convention on Human Rights’ Oxford Journal of Law and Religion. 8, 517–66
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2019. ‘Challenging the Constitutionality of Restrictions on Same-Sex Sexual Relations: Lessons from India’ Human Rights Law Review. 19(1), 173–185
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2019. ‘Religious Symbols and State Regulation: Assessing the Strategic Role of the European Court of Human Rights’. In J. Temperman et al (eds),The European Court of Human Rights and the Freedom of Religion or Belief: The 25 Years since  Kokkinakis (Brill, 2019) 335-366
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2019. ‘Human Rights - The struggle for recognition of LGBTQ rights from a transnational perspective’. In: Global Encyclopaedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History Charles Scribner’s Sons, Gale. 759-767
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2019. ; The Politics of LGBQTI Human Rights in the United Nations System’ In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics - Groups and Identities Oxford University Press. 1-19
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2017. ‘Religious Rights and the Margin of Appreciation’. In: P. Agha (ed) Human Rights Between Law and Politics - The Margin of Appreciation in Post-National Contexts Hart, Oxford. 145–168
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2017. ‘Religious Symbols and State Regulation’ Religion and Human Rights. 12(2-3), 128-141
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2016. ‘A defence of the margin of appreciation and an argument for its application by the human rights committee’ International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 21-60
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2016. ‘Affording States a Margin of Appreciation: Comparing the European Court of Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ In: C.M. Buckley, A. Donald and P. Leach, ed., Towards Convergence in International Human Rights Law: Approaches of Regional and International Systems Brill/Martinus Nijhoff. 323-365
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2016. ‘The Development and Status of Sexual Orientation Discrimination under International Human Rights Law’ Human Rights Law Review. 16(4), 613–668
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2013. ‘The Limits of Freedom of Expression on Facebook and Social Networking Sites: A UK Perspective’ Human Rights Law Review, 13(1), 125–151
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2013. ‘Developments in the Right to be Forgotten’ Human Rights Law Review. 13(4), 761-776
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2012. ‘Religion and Legal Spaces: In Gods We Trust; In Churches We Trust, But Need To Verify’ Human Rights Law Review. 12(4), 759-86
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2011. ‘Religion in the European public square and in European public life - crucifixes in the classroom?’ Human Rights Law Review. 11(3), 451-502
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2010. ‘The boundaries of justiciability’ International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 59(4), 981-1019
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK,  2009. ‘Accommodating Muslims in Europe: from adopting Sharia law to religiously based opt outs from generally applicable laws’ Human Rights Law Review. 9(4), 603-645
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2009. ‘State Identity and Genocide: The Bosnian Genocide Case’. In: K. Kaikobad and M. Bohlander, eds., International Law and Power: Perspectives on Legal Order and Justice Brill. 255-303
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2008. ‘Terrorism and human rights paradigms: the United Kingdom after 11 September 2001’. In: A. Bianchi, and A. Keller,  eds., Counterterrorism: democracy's challenge Hart. 111-231
  • DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2006. The Islamic Headscarf Debate in Europe Hart.
  • DOMINIC McGOLDRICK, 2004 From '9-11' to the 'Iraq War 2003' International Law in an Age of Complexity. Hart/ Bloomsbury.

Marko Milanovic

  • MILANOVIC, M, 2020. Courting Failure: When are International Criminal Courts Likely to Be Believed by Local Audiences?In: HELLER, K ET AL, ed., The Oxford Handbook of International Criminal Law Oxford University Press.
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2020. The Murder of Jamal Khashoggi: Immunities, Inviolability and the Human Right to Life Human Rights Law Review. (In Press.)
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2019. Accounting for the Complexity of the Law Applicable to Modern Armed Conflicts. In: FORD, C and WILLIAMS, W, eds., Complex Battlespaces: The Law of Armed Conflict and the Dynamics of Modern Warfare Oxford University Press.
  • MILANOVIC, M and PAPIC, T, 2018. The Applicability of the ECHR in Contested Territories International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 67, 779
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2018. Jurisdiction and Responsibility: Trends in the Jurisprudence of the Strasbourg Court. In: VAN AAKEN, A and MOTOC, I, eds., The ECHR and General International Law Oxford University Press.
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2017. Extraterritoriality and Human Rights: Prospects and Challenges. In: GAMMELTOFT-HANSEN, T and VEDSTED-HANSEN , J, eds., Human Rights and the Dark Side of Globalisation Routledge.
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2016. Extraterritorial Derogations from Human Rights Treaties in Armed ConflictIn: BHUTA, N., ed., The Frontiers of Human Rights: Extraterritoriality and its Challenges Oxford University Press. 55
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2016. The Lost Origins of Lex Specialis: Rethinking the Relationship between Human Rights and International Humanitarian LawIn: OHLIN, J.D., ed., Theoretical Boundaries of Armed Conflict and Human Rights Cambridge University Press. 78-117
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2016. The Impact of the ICTY on the Former Yugoslavia: An Anticipatory Post-Mortem American Journal of International Law. 110, 233
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2016. Establishing the Facts About Mass Atrocities: Accounting for the Failure of the ICTY to Persuade Target Audiences Georgetown Journal of International Law. 47, 1321
  • MILANOVIC, M and WOOD, MC, eds., 2015. The law and politics of the Kosovo Advisory Opinion Oxford : Oxford University Press.
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2015. Arguing the Kosovo Case. In: MARKO MILANOVIC and MICHAEL WOOD, eds., The Law and Politics of the ICJ’s Kosovo Advisory Opinion Oxford University Press. 21
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2015. The Applicability of the Conventions to ‘Transnational’ and ‘Mixed’ Conflicts’. In: A. CLAPHAM, P. GAETA AND M. SASSOLI, ed., The 1949 Geneva Conventions: A Commentary Oxford University Press.
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2015. Human Rights Treaties and Foreign Surveillance: Privacy in the Digital Age Harvard International Law Journal. 56, 81
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2014. The Spatial Dimension: Treaties and Territory. In: C. TAMS, A. TZANAKOPOULOS AND A. ZIMMERMANN, ed., Research Handbook on the Law of Treaties Elgar. 186
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2014. End of Application of International Humanitarian Law International Review of the Red Cross. 96, 163
  • MILANOVIC, M. and HADZI-VIDANOVIC, V., 2013. A Taxonomy of Armed Conflict. In: WHITE, N. and HENDERSON, C., eds., Research Handbook on International Conflict and Security Law Elgar. 256-314
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2013. Enforcement of human rights Oxford : Oxford University Press.
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2012. Aggression and Legality: Custom in Kampala Journal of International Criminal Justice. 10, 165
  • MILANOVIC, M, 2012. Al-Skeini and Al-Jedda in Strasbourg European Journal of International Law. 23, 121-139
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2012. On Realistic Utopias and Other Oxymorons: An Essay on Antonio Cassese’s Last Book European Journal of International Law. 23, 1033
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2011. Norm Conflicts, International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law. In: BEN-NAFTALI, O., ed., International Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Oxford University Press. 95
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2011. Extraterritorial application of human rights treaties: law, principles, and policy Oxford University Press.
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2011. Is the Rome Statute binding on individuals? (And why we should care) Journal of International Criminal Justice. 9(1), 25-52
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2010. ‘Sejdic and Finci v. Bosnia and Herzegovina (International Decision) American Journal of International Law. 104, 636 (In Press.)
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2009. Extradition and Life Imprisonment Cambridge Law Journal. 69, 248
  • MILANOVIC, M. and PAPIC, T., 2009. As bad as it gets: The European Court of Human Rights’s Behrami and Saramati decision and general international law International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 58(2), 267-296
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2009. Norm conflict in international law: whither human rights? Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law. 20(1), 69-131
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2009. Territorial Application of the Convention and State Succession. In: GAETA, P., ed., The UN Genocide Convention: A Commentary Oxford University Press. 473
  • 2009. A Norm Conflict Perspective on the Relationship between International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law Journal of Conflict & Security Law. 14, 459
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2009. State Responsibility for Acts of Non-state Actors: A Comment on Griebel and Plücken Leiden Journal of International Law. 22(2), 307-324
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2009. The Human Rights Committee’s Views in Sayadi v. Belgium: A Missed Opportunity Goettingen Journal of International Law. 1, 519
  • MILANOVIC, M. and DIMITRIJEVIC, V., 2008. The Strange Story of the Bosnian Genocide Case Leiden Journal of International Law. 21, 65
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2008. From Compromise to Principle: Clarifying the Concept of State Jurisdiction in Human Rights Treaties Human Rights Law Review. 8, 411
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2007. Lessons for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in the War on Terror: Comparing Hamdan and the Israeli Targeted Killings Case International Review of the Red Cross. 89(866), 373
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2007. An Odd Couple: Domestic Crimes and International Responsibility in the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Journal of International Criminal Justice. 5, 1139
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2007. State Responsibility for Genocide: A Follow-Up European Journal of International Law. 18, 669
  • MILANOVIC, M., 2006. State Responsibility for Genocide European Journal of International Law. 17, 553

Sangeeta Shah

  • MOECKLI, D, SHAH, S, SIVAKUMARAN, S and HARRIS, DJ, eds., 2017. International human rights law 3rd ed. Oxford : Oxford University Press.
  • SHAH, S., 2017. Detention and Trial. In: MOECKLI, D., SHAH, S. and SIVAKUMARAN, S., eds., International Human Rights Law 3rd edition. Oxford University Press.
  • FAWCETT, J, NÍ SHÚILLEABHÁIN, M and SHAH, S, 2016. Human Rights and Private International Law Oxford University Press.
  • POOLE, T. and SHAH, S., 2016. A Very Successful Action? Keyu and Historical Wrongs at Common Law UK Supreme Court Yearbook. 7, 167-189
  • HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2016. UK Materials on International Law 2015 British Yearbook of International Law. 86, 324-724
  • HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2015. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2014 British Yearbook of International Law. 85, 301-727
  • SHAH, S., POOLE, T. and BLACKWELL, M., 2014. Rights, Interveners and the Law Lords Oxford Journal of Legal Studies. 34(2), 295-324
  • HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2014. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2013 British Yearbook of International Law. 84, 526-952
  • SHAH, S., 2013. Questions Relating to the Obligation to Prosecute or Extradite (Belgium v Senegal) Human Rights Law Review. 13, 351-366
  • MOECKLI, D., SHAH, S. and SIVAKUMARAN, S., eds., 2013. International Human Rights Law Second edn. Oxford University Press.
  • BOYLE, K. and SHAH, S., 2013. Thought, Expression, Association, and Assembly. In: MOECKLI, D., SHAH, S. and SIVAKUMARAN, S., eds., International Human Rights Law Second edn. Oxford University Press. Chapter 11
  • SHAH, S., 2013. Detention and Trial. In: MOECKLI, D., SHAH, S. and SIVAKUMARAN, S., eds., International Human Rights Law Second edn. Oxford University Press. Chapter 13
  • SHAH, S., 2012. Jurisdictional Immunities of the State: Germany v Italy Human Rights Law Review. 12(3), 555-573
  • SHAH, S., 2012. The Equality and Human Rights Commission at the Human Rights Council Human Rights Consortium. 
  • HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2012. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2012 British Yearbook of International Law. 83, 298-712
  • POOLE, T. and SHAH, S., 2011. The Law Lords and human rights Modern Law Review. 74(1), 79-105
  • AKANDE, D. and SHAH, S., 2011. Immunities of State Officials, International Crimes and Foreign Domestic Courts: A Rejoinder to Alexander Orakhelashvil European Journal of International Law. 22(3), 857-861
  • HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2011. United Kingdom Materials on International Law British Year Book of International Law. 82, 676-1105
  • MUNRO, V. and SHAH, S., 2010. R v Dhaliwal. In: HUNTER, R., MCGLYNN, C. and RACKLEY, E, eds., Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice Oxford: Hart Publishing. 261-272
  • MOECKLI, D, SHAH, S and SIVAKUMARAN, S, eds., 2010. International Human Rights Law Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • AKANDE, D. and SHAH, S., 2010. Immunities of state officials, international crimes, and foreign domestic courts European Journal of International Law. 21(4), 815-852
  • SHAH, S., 2010. Administration of Justice. In: MOECKLI, D., SHAH, S. and SIVAKUMARAN, S., eds., International Human Rights Law Oxford: Oxford University Press. 304-330
  • HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2010. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2010 British Yearbook of International Law. 81, 453-817
  • SHAH, S., 2009. From Westminster to Strasbourg: A and others v United Kingdom Human Rights Law Review. 9(3), 473-488
  • KAIKOBAD, K, HARTMANN, J and SHAH, S. AND WARBRICK, C., 2009. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2009 British Year Book of International Law. 80, 660-949
  • SHAH, S. and POOLE, T., 2009. The impact of the Human Rights Act on the House of Lords Public Law. 2009(April), 347-371
  • SHAH, S, 2008. The Human Rights Committee and Military Trials of Civilians: Madani v Algeria Human Rights Law Review. 8(1), 139-150
  • KAIKOBAD, K., HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2008. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2008 British Year Book of International Law. 79, 565-848
  • SHAH, 2007. Seeking Remedies for Violations of International Humanitarian Law: Markovic v Italy Human Rights Law Review. 7(2), 412-417
  • HARTMANN, J, KAIKOBAD, K, SHAH, S and WARBRICK, C, 2007. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2007 British Year Book of International Law. 78, 634-911
  • SHAH, S, 2007. International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance: Introductory Note International Human Rights Reports. 14(2), 582-584
  • BEKOU, O. and SHAH, S., 2006. Realising the potential of the International Criminal Court: the African experience Human Rights Law Review. 6(3), 499-544
  • SHAH, S., 2006. The UK's Anti-terror Legislation and the House of Lords: the Battle Continues Human Rights Law Review. 6(2), 416-434
  • KAIKOBAD, K., HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2006. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2006 British Year Book of International Law. 77, 597-906
  • SHAH, S., 2005. The U.K.'s anti-terror legislation and the House of Lords: the first skirmish Human Rights Law Review. 5(2), 403-421
  • KAIKOBAD, K., HARTMANN, J., SHAH, S. and WARBRICK, C., 2005. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2005 British Year Book of International Law. 76, 683-970
  • SHAH,S., 2004. International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families - Introductory Note International Human Rights Reports. 11(1), 269-271
  • KAIKOBAD,K., HARTMANN,J., SHAH,S., WARBRICK,C. and WILLIAMS,S., 2003. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2003 British Year Book of International Law. 74, 565-954
  • KATSELLI, E. and SHAH, S., 2003. SEPTEMBER 11 AND THE UK RESPONSE International and Comparative Law Quarterly. VOL 52(PART 1), 245-255
  • KAIKOBAD,K., SHAH,S. and WARBRICK,C., 2002. United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2002 British Year Book of International Law. 73, 497-1043
  • WILLIAMS,S. and SHAH,S., 2002. The Bankovic Case (ECHR): Where the Court Went Wrong: A Response Human Rights Law Review Student Supplement. 21-29
  • WILLIAMS, S. and SHAH, S., 2002. Bankovic and Others v. Belgium and 16 other Contracting States European Human Rights Law Review. ISSU 6, 775-781

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