The Way We Live Now: Human Rights in the New
The Earl Grey Memorial Lecture, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 29 January 1998.
The Right Hon. Lord Bingham of Cornhill, The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales
Autochthonous language communities and the
Race Relations Act
Wilson McLeod B.A. (Haverford), J.D. (Harvard), M.Sc. (Edinburgh) Department of Celtic, University of Edinburgh
Gay Men and Part 1 of the Sex Offenders Act,
Helen Power, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Glamorgan
Harassment: Discrimination in
Adele Sinclair, Senior Lecturer, Portsmouth University Business School
Paedophiles and the Crime and Disorder
Alisdair A. Gillespie LL.B.(Hons) of the Middle Temple, M.Jur candidate, University of Durham.
No Chance for Key Recovery: Encryption and
International Principles of Human and Political Rights
Yaman Akdeniz, LLB, MA Ph.D. Student at the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, Law Faculty, University of Leeds.
Computers, hearsay, and the status of
Ben Fitzpatrick BA, Lecturer in Law, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, Faculty of Law, University of Leeds.
The sick men and women of Europe: (Case C-400/95)
Handes-Og Kontorfunktionaerernes Forbund, acting on behalf of
Larsson v Dansk Handel & Service, acting on behalf of Fotx
Supermarked A/S  IRLR 643
Kay Wheat, Senior Lecturer in Law, Nottingham Trent University
C. Chatterjee, Methods of Research in Law:
A Handbook for Students,
Reviewed by Andrea Blackhurst, LL.B.(Hons.) Postgraduate Research Assistant and Peter W. Edge, LL.B., Ph.D. (Cantab.), Senior Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire.
Fiona Cownie and Anthony Bradney, English
Legal System in Context,
Reviewed by Richard Collier, Reader in Law, Newcastle Law School, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.