This page contains links to all of the books reviewed for this website.  Book reviews are arranged by topic, with the most recent displayed first.

European Union and Brexit

1  A Disintegrating Promise of Peace.  A Review of Ramona Coman, Amandine Crepsy and Vivien A. Schmidt (eds.), Governance and Politics in the Post-Crisis European Union, Cambridge University Press, 2020.   Read


2  Article 50 TEU Reborn? A Review of Benjamin Martill and Uta Staiger (eds.), Brexit and Beyond: Rethinking the Futures of Europe, UCL Press, 2018..  Read

3.  Brexit Litigation.  A review of Patricia Mindus, European Citizenship After Brexit: Freedom of Movement and Rights of Residence, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.  Read

Legal Education and Training

1.   Law, Technology and Legal Critique. A review of Ben Golder, Marina Nehme, Alex Steel and Prue Vines (eds.), Imperatives for Legal Education Research: Then, Now and Tomorrow, Routledge, 2020.   Read

2.   A Short Legal Career in the Law School.  A review of Chris Ashford and Paul Mckeown (eds.), Social Justice and Legal Education, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.  Read

3.   Legal Educators and Secret Barristers.  A review of The Secret Barrister, Stories of the Law and How It's Broken, Macmillan, 2018.  Read

Legal Theory

1.   Activism, Academic Judgement, and the University.  A review of Aziz Choudry and Salim Vally (eds.), The University and Social Justice: Struggles Across the Globe, Pluto, 2020.  Read

2.  Beyond the Green Baize Table.  A review of Judith Butler, The Force of Non-Violence: an Ethico-Political Bind, Verso, 2020.  Read

3.  The Changing Parameters of Legal Education.  A review of Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Law and Theory, Routledge, 2018.  Read

4.   Modern Colonial Monuments:  A review of Gurminder K. Bhambra, Dalia Gebrial and Kerem Nisancioglu, Decolonising the University, Pluto Press, 2018.  Read

5.   How to Study Social Welfare Law.  A review of Robbie Shilliam, Race and the Undeserving Poor: From Abolition to Brexit, Agenda Publishing, 2018.  Read

6.   Expert Evidence: A review of Deborah Gabriel and Shirley Anne Tate (eds.), Inside the Ivory Tower: Narratives of Women of Colour Thriving and Surviving in British Academia, IOE Press, 2017.  Read


Migration and Asylum

1.  Refugee Law and the Decolonial Paradigm.  A Review of Satvinder Singh Juss (ed.), Research Handbook on International Refugee Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021.   Read

2. Lockdowns and Migrant Solidarity.  A review of Covid-19 & Migration: Understanding the Pandemic and Human Mobility, Transnational Press London, 2020   Read

3 Ordinary People in Humanitarian Emergencies.  A review of Kate Pincock, Alexander Betts and Evan Easton-Calabria, The Global Governed? Refugees as Providers of Protection and Assistance, Cambridge University Press, 2020.  Read

4.  Unjust Laws and Legal Education.  A review of Amelia Gentleman, The Windrush Betrayal: Exposing the Hostile Environment, Guardian Faber, 2019.  Read

5.  Precarious Citizenship.  A review of Michelle Foster and Helene Lambert, International Refugee Law and the Protection of Stateless Persons, Oxford University Press, 2019.  Read

6.  A Well-Founded Fear of the Law.  A review of Lisa Heschl, Protecting Refugees Beyond European Borders: Establishing Extraterritorial Responsibilities, Intersentia, 2018.  Read


Undercover Policing

1.  "Coded Inequity" and the Undercover Policing Inquiry.  A review of Ruha Benjamin, Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code, Polity Press, 2019.  Read

2.  Policing Legal Rights.  A review of Aziz Choudry (ed.), Activists and the Surveillance State: Learning from Repression, Pluto Press, 2019.  Read

3.  The Work that Inquiry Core Participants Do.  A review of Alistair Stark, Public Inquiries, Policy Learning and the Threat of Future Crises, Oxford University Press, 2018.  Read


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