John Gardner at Home


Review: H. McCoubrey, The Development of Naturalist Legal Theory, Times Literary Supplement, 28.08.87, 920

'Section 20 of the Race Relations Act 1976: "Facilities" and "Services"', Modern Law Review 50 (1987), 345

Note: West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive v Singh, Law Quarterly Review 105 (1989), 183

Note: Australian Iron and Steel v. Banovic, Law Quarterly Review 106 (1990), 361

Review: R. George (ed), Natural Law Theory, Times Literary Supplement, 10.07.92, 27

Review: M. Moore, Act and Crime, Law Quarterly Review 110 (1994), 496

'On "The Information Society"', in K Schelle and S Skulova (eds), Workshop on Freedom of Information and Protection of Information (Brno: Masaryk University 1995)

'Overtaking on the Right', New Law Journal, 13.10.95 (with A Ashworth, R Morgan, ATH Smith, A von Hirsch and M Wasik)

Note: Hurley v Irish-American Gay, Lesbian and Bi-Sexual Group of Boston, International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 1 (1996), 283

'Neighbouring on the Oppressive', Criminal Justice 16 (1998), 7 (with A Ashworth, R Morgan, ATH Smith, A von Hirsch and M Wasik)

'Clause 1 - The Hybrid Law from Hell', Criminal Justice Matters 31 (1998), 21 (with Ashworth, Morgan, Smith, von Hirsch and Wasik)

'Aid, Abet, Counsel, Procure: an English view of Complicity', in A Eser, B Huber, Ka Cornils (eds.), Einzelverantwortung und Mitverantwortung im Strafrecht (Freiburg: Iuscrim 1998)

Review: T. Campbell, The Legal Theory of Ethical Positivism, King's College Law Journal 9 (1998), 180

'Charitable Status: Back to Basics with a Purpose', NGO Finance Charity Law Annual Review 1998

'Introduction: Can Europe have a Constitution?', King's College Law Journal 12 (2001), 1 (with Mads Andenas)

Review: Antony Duff, Punishment, Communication and Community, Punishment and Society 4 (2002), 496

'Introduction to Geoffrey Bindman' in N.Owen (ed), Human Rights, Human Wrongs: the Oxford Amnesty Lectures 2001 (Oxford:Oxford University Press 2003)

Review: S. Shute and A.P. Simester, Criminal Law Theory: Problems of the General Part, Law Quarterly Review 119 (2003), 161

Review: Thomas Nagel, Concealment and Exposure, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 11.07.2003

Review: Christopher Kutz, Complicity: Ethics and Law for a Collective Age, Ethics 114 (2004), 827

Review: Nicola Lacey, A Life of H.L.A. Hart: the Nightmare and the Noble Dream, Law Quarterly Review 121 (2005), 329

Review: Neil MacCormick, Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, London Review of Books, 09.03.06

'Why Study Jurisprudence?' in The Inner Temple Yearbook 2006-7 (London 2006)

'Justification, Excuse, and Mitigation in Criminal Law' in P. Cane and J. Conaghan (eds), The New Oxford Companion to Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2008)

Review: Douglas Husak, Overcriminalization: The Limits of the Criminal Law, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 03.08.2008

Review: Tom Bingham, The Rule of Law, London Review of Books, 08.07.10

Review: Antony Duff et al, The Boundaries of the Criminal Law, Law Quarterly Review 127 (2011), 634.

Review: Scott Shapiro, Legality (co-author: Timothy Macklem), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 08.12.2011

Review: Amartya Sen, The Idea of Justice, Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture 6 (2011), 241

'Introduction' (co-authors Lužs Duarte d'Almeida and Leslie Green) in Duarte d'Almeida, Gardner and Green (eds), Kelsen Revisited: New Essays on the Pure Theory of Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing 2013)