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

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