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  1. Juverdeanu, C 2020, Reversed Free Movement. in S Mantu, P Minderhoud & E Guild (eds), EU Citizenship and Free Movement Rights: Taking Supranational Citizenship Seriously. Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe, Volume: edn, vol. 47, Brill Nijhoff, pp. 284–301.
  2. Weber, S & Cavedon, A 2018, Digging Deeper: Summary of the Hearing before the CJEU in the Achmea Case. in N Lavranos & L Mistelis (eds), European Investment Law and Arbitration Review. vol. 3, Brill Nijhoff, pp. 225-241.
  3. Caron, DD, Minas, SM, Oral, N (ed.) & Scheiber, H (ed.) 2018, Conservation or Claim? The Motivations for Recent Marine Protected Areas. in Ocean Law Debates: The 50 Year Legacy and Emerging Issues for the Years Ahead. Brill Nijhoff.
  4. Gilmore, S 2018, Use of the UNCRC in Family Law Cases in England and Wales. in M Freeman (ed.), Children's Rights: New Issues, New Themes, New Perspectives. Brill Nijhoff, Leiden and Boston, pp. 224-242.
  5. Whetham, D 2017, ABCA Coalition Operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Beyond: Two Decades of Military Ethics Challenges and Leadership Responses. in P Olsthoorn (ed.), Military Ethics and Leadership. International Studies in Military Ethics, vol. 3, Brill Nijhoff, pp. 86-103.
  6. Zucca, L 2016, The cultural contingency of the human right to freedom of religion. in A Jakubowski (ed.), Cultural Rights as Collective Rights: An International Law Perspective. Studies in Intercultural Human Rights, vol. 7, Brill Nijhoff, pp. 36-59.
  7. Palmer, N 2016, The place of consultation in the international criminal court's approach to complementarity and cooperation. in Cooperation and the International Criminal Court: Perspectives from Theory and Practice. Nottingham Studies on Human Rights, vol. 4, Brill Nijhoff, pp. 210-226.
  8. Douglas, FG 2016, Parenthood: commitment, status and rights. In: Eekelaar, J. ed. Brill Nijhoff, pp. 91-106. in J Eekelaar (ed.), Family Law in Britain and America in the New Century.. Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, pp. 91-106.
  9. Kerr, RC 2015, The UK in Basra and the Death of Baha Mousa. in D Lovell (ed.), Investigating Operational Incidents in a Military Context: Law, Justice, Politics. Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, pp. 71-85.

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