Law Research Paper Series

Living Law

Welcome to the Bristol Law Research Paper Series. The Series publishes a broad range of legal scholarship in all subject areas from members of the University of Bristol Law School. All papers are published electronically, available for free, for download as pdf files.

Research Papers

January 2019 (Preview)

From marginalization to integration (PDF, 983kB)‌: universal, free and sustainable meals in Italian school canteens as expressions of the right to education and the right to food Author: Tomaso Ferrando

Terrorism and Transnational Law: Rules of Law Under Conditions of Globalisation (PDF, 580kB) Author: Cian Murphy

The 'future' of work? (PDF, 674kB) A call for the recognition of continuities in challenges for conceptualising work and its regulation Authors: Lydia Medland, Bridget Anderson, Katie Bales, Alan Bogg, Tonia Novitz, Julia O’Connell Davidson, Frederick Harry Pitts and Peter Turnbull

July 2018

Community Researchers and Community Researcher Training (PDF, 575kB) Reflections from the UK’s Productive Margin’s: Regulating for Engagement Programme Authors: Helen Thomas-Hughes and Jenny Barke

EU Law before and after the referendum - challenges and opportunities (PDF, 558kB) Author: Phil Syrpis

The Jurisprudence of Financial Regulation (PDF, 497kB) Author: Keith Stanton

Use and Abuse of power in changes of corporate control (PDF, 588kB) Author: Georgina Tsagas

A Case Study of Networked Integration (PDF, 867kB) Authors: Nina Boeger and Jospeh Corkin

January 2018

Companies, Sustainability and Gender (PDF, 573kB) Author: Roseanne Russell

Corporate transparency requirements: An inadequate form of regulation in the context of global supply chains (PDF, 943kB) Author: Charlotte Villiers

Public Procurement and 'Core' Human Rights: A Sketch of the EU Legal Framework (PDF, 522kB) Author: Albert Sanchez-Graells

Freedom of Association: its emergence and the case for prevention of its decline (PDF, 535kB) Author: Tonia Novitz (please contact author to request a copy of this paper).

Mission-led business: CSR re-boot or paradigm shift? (PDF, 1,106kB) Authors: David Hunter and Nina Boeger

Contact

For any queries about the Series, please contact the Editor:

researchpapers-law@bristol.ac.uk

Guidance for contributors

Please submit all research papers in Word format by email to law-researchpapers@bristol.ac.uk. Feedback will be provided within six weeks of submission.

All submitted papers must be fully and consistently referenced. They should include a short abstract summarising the key research findings. Research papers should not exceed 12,000 words (including references, bibliography, headings and abstract).

All research papers are published online, for download as pdf files. Upon publication, authors retain copyright of their work.

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