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Book

  • Delegating Rights Protection: The Rise of Bills of Rights in the Westminster World (2010; Oxford University Press)

Edited volumes

  • Charter 88 and the Constitutional Reform Movement: Twenty Years On (Published as Special Issue of Parliamentary Affairs (Vol. 64 (4)) (2009)

Journal articles​

  • “Beyond ʻHaving a Domesticʼ?  Regulatory Interpretation of European Data Protection Law and Individual Publication” (Computer Law and Security Review http://doi.org/10.1016/j.clsr.2017.03.010) (2017)
  • “Statutory Regulation of Professional Journalism Under European Data Protection:  Down But Not Out?”, “Journal of Media Law (Vol. 8 (2), pp. 229-265) (2016)
  • “European Data Protection Regulation and Online New Media:  Mind the Enforcement Gaps”, Journal of Law and Society (Vol. 43 (4), pp. 534-64) (2016)
  • “European Regulatory Interpretation of the Interface between Data Protection and Traditional Journalism:  An Incomplete and Imperfect Balancing Act?”, Public Law, (Issue 4, pp. 631-650) (2016) 
  • "European Data Protection and Media Expression: Fundamentally Off Balance" (International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 65 (1), pp. 139-183 (2016)
  • "Data Protection Confronts Freedom of Expression on the ʻNew Mediaʼ Internet: The Stance of European Regulatory Authorities", European Law Review, Vol. 40 (4), pp. 531-562 (2015)
  • "From the Scylla of Restriction to the Charybdis of Licence? Exploring the scope of the "special purposes" freedom of expression shield in European data protection", Common Market Law Review, Vol. 52 (1), pp. 119-153 (2015)
  • "Data Protection and the Right to Reputation: Filling the "Gaps" After the Defamation Act 2013", Cambridge Law Journal, Vol. 73(3), pp. 536-569 (2014)
  • "Freedom of Expression Turned On Its Head: Academic Social Research and Journalism in the European Union’s Privacy Framework", Public Law, Issue1, pp. 52-73 (2013)
  • "The Rudd Government’s Rejection of an Australian Bill of Rights: A Stunted Case of Aversive Constitutionalism?", Parliamentary Affairs, Vol. 65 (2), pp. 359-379 (2012)
  • "Constructing the Labyrinth: The impact of data protection on the development of ‘ethical’ regulation in social science", Information Communication and Society, Vol. 15 (1), pp. 104-123 (2012)
  • "Systematically Handicapped? Social Research in the Data Protection Framework", Information and Communications Technology Law, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 83-101 (2011)
  • "Stuck in the Thicket? Social Research under the First Data Protection Principle", International Journal of Law and Information Technology, Vol. 19 (2), pp. 133-152 (2011)
  • "Smoke but No Fire? The Politics of a ‘British’ Bill of Rights", Political Quarterly, Vol. 81 (2), pp. 188-198 (2010)
  • "Postmaterialist Social Constituencies and Political Triggers: Explaining Bill of Rights Genesis in Internally Stable, Advanced Democracies", Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 64 (4), pp. 798-810 (2009)
  • "Charter 88 and the Constitutional Reform Movement Twenty Years On: A Retrospective", Parliamentary Affairs, Vol. 64 (4), pp. 537-551 (2009)
  • "Charter 88, Democratic Constitutionalism and Europeanisation –Ambiguous Relationships", Parliamentary Affairs, Vol. 64 (4), pp. 580-599 (2009)
  • "Ideology, Power Orientation and Policy Drag: Explaining the Elite Politics of Britain’s Bill of Rights debate", Government and Opposition, Vol. 44(1), pp. 20-41 (2009)
  • "Judicial Culture and the Politico-legal Opportunity structure: Explaining Bill of Rights Legal Impact in New Zealand", Law and Social Inquiry, Vol. 34 (1), pp. 95-127 (2009)
  • "Elite Supply ‘Blockages’ and the Failure of National Bill of Rights Initiatives in Australia: a Comparative Westminster Analysis", Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, Vol. 46(3), pp. 341-364 (2008)
  • "Aversive Constitutionalism in the Westminster World: the genesis of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act (1990)", International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 5(2), pp. 343-369) (2007)

Case notes

  • Privacy and the Prince – A Government of Laws Not Men?", Law Quarterly Review, Issue 129, pp. 172-176 (2013)

Book chapters and other select publications

  • “Communicating Responsibilities:  The Spanish DPA targets Google’s Notification Practices when Delisting Personal Information”, Inforrm blog (cross-posted on the Information Law and Policy Centre blog) (March 2017)
  • “Mind the Gap: is Data Protection catching up with Google Search?” Open Democracy (cross-posted on UK Constitutional Law and Inforrm blogs) (May 2014)
  • "Mustn’t ask, mustn’t tell", Times Higher Education (14-20 February 2013 Issue, p. 30)
  • "New Zealand" in Denis Galligan & Mila Versteeg, The Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2013)
  • "Towards a Policy Convergence on Privacy in the Web 2.0 Era?", Privacy Law and Business (International Edition) (No. 108) (December, 2010)
  • "Questions of Tolerance and Fairness" in Harry Hirsch (ed.), The Future of Gay Rights In America (pp. 15-35) (New York; London: Routledge, 2005)

Book reviews

  • Fuster, The Emergence of Personal Data as a Fundamental Right of the EU (Springer) (Cambridge Law Journal (Vol. 74(2), pp. 374-5) (2015))
  • Parkinson, Bills of Rights and Decolonization: The Emergence of Domestic Human Rights Instruments in Britain's Overseas Territories (Oxford University Press) (Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal (Vol. 8 (1), pp. 129-132) (2008))
  • Wicks, The Evolution of a Constitution: Eight key moments in British Constitutional History (Hart Publishing) (Law & Politics Book Review (Vol. 17 (No. 1) pp.48-50) (2007))
  • Greene, The Courts (UBC Press) (Law & Politics Book Review (Vol. 16 (No. 9) pp. 679-681) (2006))