||EU Law, EU citizenship, EU fundamental rights, Euroscepticism, Eurocrisis, legitimacy, solidarity.
||The rise and decline of fundamental rights protection in European Union citizenship case law
||Human Rights Law.
||Exploring the conflicting state's duty to secure children's Right to family life and punishing the care giver: the way forward.
||Intellectual Property, Trademark protection, Internet Intermediaries, Omissions, Accessorial Liability, Injunctions.
||Holding Internet Intermediaries accountable for infringements of trademark rights: Approaches and challenges
||Human rights, immigration, criminalisation, ECHR.
||Moving Beyond Criminalisation: The Treatment of Immigrants in the European Court of Human Rights
||Feminism, sociology of law, sexual violence, violence against women, caste, identity politics.
||Theorising sexual violence in India: a study on feminist politics in India
||Political finance; party funding; campaign finance; competition law.
||The relationship between political finance and competition laws
||Competition Compliance Mercy Retribution Deterrence Company.
||A normative analysis of deterrence, retribution and mercy: a case study of corporate compliance programme sentencing within EU competition laws
||Political and Legal Philosophy.
||Equality and Punishment: a Social Egalitarian Perspective
||EU Law; Financial regulation; Economic and Monetary Union; Differentiated integration; Euro crisis; Banking Union.
||From Union to 'patchwork'? A study on differentiated integration in the Economic and Monetary Union
||Mis-selling; investor protection; standard form contracts
||An analysis of the UK commercial retail investor protection framework regulating the sale of complex investment products: the case of commercial retail investors
||Intellectual property law, publicity, image, personality, identity, privacy
||Should the UK introduce proprietary image protection?
||European Arrest Warrant, Dublin System, Proportionality, EU fundamental rights, Mutual Trust
||Impact and Limits of the Principle of Proportionality on Mutual Trust in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
||International dispute settlement; public international law
||Deference to Domestic Judicial and Policy Decisions in the International Adjudication of State Acts Affecting Private Property Rights
||European Arrest Warrant, Policing, Extradition, Transnational Policing, Mutual Recognition
||The European Arrest Warrant as a Transnational Policing Tool
||Social policy, sex work, legal consciousness, social marginalisation, political mobilisation, feminist legal scholarship
||Sex work, regulation and political mobilisation - Mapping the interdependent relationship between legal regulation of sex work and political mobilisation in England and Wales and New South Wales in Australia
||Legal Philosophy, Normativity of Law, Authority, Obligation, Accountability, Second-Personal Reasons
||Legal and Moral Obligations
||Honour based violence, gender and law, feminist legal studies, human rights, criminal law, criminology.
||Honour Killings: Social and Legal Challenges in Turkey
||Transnational, commercial, arbitration, European Union, public policy.
||EU internal market as public policy imperative in international commercial arbitration
||Basel Accords; Banking; Financial Regulatory Laws; Transnational Regulatory Laws; Law and Economics.
||Dealing With The Failure Of Regulatory Convergence In International Financial Regulation: The Case Of The Basel Accords
||EU Law, competition, State aid, market economy, public/private divide, infrastructure funding.
||The classification of infrastructure funding as State aid
||Environmental law, climate change, extraterritoriality, EU constitutional and administrative law, WTO law.
||The EU as a Global Regulatory Power through Internal Environmental Measures with Extraterritorial Implications
||Copyright, intellectual property, communication to the public, CTP, IP.
||What is the proper scope of the communication to the public right in EU copyright law?
||International criminal law; Sharia Law; ICC.
||The Incorporation of Domestic Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law to Bridge Western Traditions with Islamic Legal Systems
||National Human Rights Institutions; effectiveness.
||National human rights institutions: a new approach to defining and improving effectiveness
||Data protection, China, Comparative law.
||Regulating data processing in online advertising industry: A comparative study of data protection law in China, the EU and the US
||EU Law - CFSP - Diplomacy - EU external relations - International Relations.
||The law of EU diplomacy
||Normative theory, criminalization, cartel law, competition, criminal.
||A normative theory of cartel harm
||Brexit, European Union integration, differentiation, harmonisation, enhanced cooperation and opt-outs, Financial Transaction Tax.
||Mechanisms Of Differentiated Integration In Europe Considering Specifically The Treaty Provisions On Closer Cooperation And The Opt-Outs Of The United Kingdom.
||EU investment agreements, Investment Arbitration, ISDS, TTIP.
||The international investment policy and law of the European Union
||International Refugee Law- International Human Rights
||Interpreting the notion of persecution in the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees through the development of international human rights
||Public International Law, International Humanitarian Law, Arms Control, Approaches to International Law, Autonomous Weapons, Artificial Intelligence.
||International Humanitarian Law and Arms Control Aspects of Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems
||Company Law, Corporate Governance, Corporate Objective, Shareholder Wealth Maximisation, Stakeholder Theory, Chinese Companies.
||Corporate Objective and Stakeholder Protection in China
||International Law, Human Rights, Philosophy, Legal Theory.
||Making Sense of Human Rights Through International Practice
||International law, legal history, investment law, trade law, WTO, fair and equitable treatment.
||The Life and Death (and Re-Birth) of "Fair” and “Equitable Treatment:” A Historical Examination of Twentieth Century International Trade and Investment Law Treaty-Making and Political Decision-Making.
||EU Law, European Central Bank, Eurozone, Economic and Monetary Policy, Eurogroup, European Stability Mechanism, Banking Union.
||The nature of Eurozone's lawmaking and its constitutional implications
||Common-property, property theory, community entitlement.
||The accommodation of limited-access common-property in a private property system.
||Precedent, International Dispute Settlement, Public International Law, Proliferation.
||The Role of Precedent in International Dispute Settlement
||Discrimination, policing, public order, political theory.
||Equality in the streets: policing the public space in Chile
||Privacy rights, information, employment contract, data.
||Legal responses to surveillance in the workplace
||Art, creativity, transitional justice, law and literature.
||Opposition and interdependence: a critique of the Farlam Comission
||International Law, Political Philosophy, Legal Theory, International Investment Law, Arbitration Theory, International Commercial Law.
||The Dialectics of International Investment Law: Methodology, Legitimacy and Politics
||International criminal law; arms trade; international tribunals; accomplice liability; war crimes; crimes against humanity.
||International Criminal Law and the Arms Trade
||Constitutional protection, legislative procedures, entrenchment, comparative.
||Should there be an entrenched process of constitutional reform and if so what form should it take?