- Nigel BALMER and Pascoe PLEASENCE, 'Psychiatric Morbidity and the Experience of Problems Involving Rights', 2010, 18(6) Health and Social Care in the Community, pp.588-597.
- Nigel BALMER, Pascoe PLEASENCE et al, ‘Worried sick: The Experience of Debt Problems and their Relationship with Health, Illness and Disability’, 2006, 5 (1) Social Policy and Society (Law, epidemiology, social policy)
- Iris H-Y CHIU with Christine Mallin, Eve Mitleton-Kelly, Marc Goergen
and Ahmed Al-Hawamdeh, Corporate Governance and Complexity Theory, 2010, Edward Elgar Publishing (law, corporate governance, business,
finance and philosophy)
- Javier DE CENDRA, 'Distributional choices in EU climate change law and policy: towards a principled approach?', 2011, Kluwer Law International, AH Alphen aan den Rijn, the Netherlands
- Javier DE CENDRA de Larragán, 'Too much harmonization? The Commission’s proposal to
amend the EU ETS', in M. Faure, M. Peeters, (eds.), ‘Climate Change and European Emissions
Trading: Lessons for Theory and Practice’, 2008, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp.53-84.
- Javier DE CENDRA de Larragán, M. Peeters, S. Weishaar, 'A Governance Perspective on the
Choice between “Cap and Trade” and “Credit and Trade” for an Emissions Trading Regime', 2007, European Environmental Law Review, 16 (7), 191-202.
- Javier DE CENDRA de Larragán, 'The future of the international climate change regime: a legal
analysis of possible impacts and state responses', Climate Policy, special issue on International Dimensions of Climate Change, Forthcoming 2012
- Sylvie DELACROIX, Legal norms and normativity: an essay in genealogy (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2006) (law, philosophy, history)
- Sylvie DELACROIX, 'Montaigne’s inquiry into the sources of normativity, The Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, 16(2), 2003, 271-286.
- Sylvie DELACROIX, 'Schmitt’s critique of Kelsenian normativism', Ratio Iuris, 18(1), 2005, 30-45
- Alison DIDUCK, Family Law, Gender and the State, 2nd ed, 2006 (includes material in law, sociology, social policy, history, anthropology).
- Michael FREEMAN, Introduction to Jurisprudence (Sweet and Maxwell, 2008) (philosophy, political theory, feminism, Marxism, postmodernism, critical race studies)
- Michael FREEMAN, Domestic Violence (2008, Ashgate) (feminism, sociology, psychology, police studies, history)
- Michael FREEMAN, Ethics of Public Health (2009, Ashgate) (epidemiology, bioethics, history, medicine, theories of globalization)
- Elaine GENDERS and Player, E. 'The Commercial Context of Criminal Justice: Prison Privatisation and the Perversion of Purpose' Criminal Law Review, July 2007, pp 513-29 (criminal justice, politics, economics)
- Elaine GENDERS, ‘Legitimacy, Accountability and Private Prisons'. Punishment and Society 4(3), 2002, 285-303 (jurisprudence, criminal justice)
- Elaine GENDERS 'Reform of the Offences Against the Person Act: Lessons from the Law in Action'. Criminal Law Review, September 1999, pp 689-701 (sociology, criminal justice, law)
- Elaine GENDERS and Morrison, S.'When violence is the Norm' in N. Walker (ed) Dangerous People. Blackstone Press, 1996 (sociology, psychology, anthropology)
- Elaine GENDERS and Player, E. Grendon: A Study of a Therapeutic Prison, Oxford University Press, 1995.(sociology, psychology, criminal justice, ethnography)
- Elaine GENDERS and Player, E. Race Relations in Prisons, Oxford University Press, 1989. (sociology, criminal justice, ethnography)
- Hazel GENN, Twisting Arms: Court Linked and Court Referred Mediation Under Judicial Pressure (2007) (law, public policy, statistics)
- Hazel GENN et al, Tribunals for Diverse Users (2006) (law, public policy, statistics)
- Hazel GENN, Paths to Justice: What People Do and Think About Going To Law (1999) (law, sociology, public [policy, statistics]
- Hazel GENN, Personal Injury Compensation: how Much is Enough? (1994) (law, social science, public policy)
- Hazel GENN, Hard Bargaining: Out of Court Settlement in Personal Injury Actions (1987) (law, sociology)
- Stephen GUEST, ‘Integrity, Equality and Justice’ (2005) Revue Internationale de Philosophie 19 (philosophy and law).
- Stephen GUEST, ‘The Role of Equality in Legal Argument’ (2005) Acta Juridica 18 (philosophy and law).
- Jane HOLDER, Environmental Assessment 2004.
- Jane HOLDER and Maria LEE, Environmental Protection, Law and Policy: text and materials (Cambridge University Press 2007) (draws on a range of perspectives, including politics, philosophy and economics, for the study of environmental law and policy)
- Myriam HUNTER-HENIN, Pour une Redéfinition du Statut Personnel, 2004 (Sociology and philosophy in relation to family law and biotechnology).
- Valentine KORAH, Introductory Guide to EC Competition Law and Practice, 9th edn., 2007 (law, economics).
- Valentine KORAH, Cases and Materials on EC Competition Law, 3rd edn September 2006, Hart Publishing (Law and Economics)
- Valentine KORAH, Intellectual Property Rights and the EEC Competition Rules, Hart Publishing, 2006 (law and economics)
- Valentine KORAH with Denis O’Sullivan, Distribution Agreements under the EC Competition Rules, 2002, Hart Publishing (law and economics)
- Ioannis LIANOS, La Transformation du droit de la concurrence par le recours à l'analyse économique, Bruylant/Sakkoulas, 05/2007, XIX+1698 pp. (Emile Girardeau prize, French Academy of Social Sciences, a prize on the interaction of economics with other social sciences)
- Ioannis LIANOS,'Judging Economists: Economic expertise in competition litigation: a European view', in Ioannis Lianos & Ioannis Kokkoris (ed.), Towards an Optimal Competition Law System, Kluwer International, 2009, pp. 185-320 (first article in Europe on economic expertise in competition litigation)
- Ioannis LIANOS and Christos Gennakos, 'The weight of economic evidence in EU competition law: an empirical assessment', forthcoming, Chapter 10, D. Geradin & I. Lianos, Research Handbook in EU Competition Law, Edward Elgar, 2012.
- Ioannis LIANOS (with Nicholas Economides), 'The elusive antitrust standard on bundling in Europe and in the United States at the aftermath of the Microsoft case', 76 Antitrust Law Journal No. 2, 2009 pp. 483-567 (economics of tying)
- Ioannis LIANOS, co-General Editor of the Global Competition Law and Economics Series, established by Stanford University Press (law and economics)
- Andrew LEWIS and Iris Cox, eds., Montesquieu’s Collectio Juris, two volumes, 2005 (law, history).
- Ronan MCCREA, 'L’Interdiction du Port du Voile Intégral et l’Ordre Publique Européen' in O. Roy (ed.) Quand la Burqa Passe à l’Oeust: Enjeux Politiques et Légaux, 2012, Presses Universitaires de Rennes. (political ccience, sociology)
- Ronan MCCREA, 'Contributions to Law and Policy Making in a Secular Political Order: The Approach of European Institutions' in L. Leustean (ed.) Does God Matter? Representing Religion in the European Union, 2012, Routledge.(political science, international relations).
- Riz MOKAL, Corporate Insolvency Law – Theory and Application, 2005 (law, philosophy, empirical and theoretical economics).
- Colm O’CINNEIDE, ‘Citizenship and Multiculturalism: Equality, Rights and Diversity in Contemporary Europe’, in G. Titley (ed.) Resituating Culture. 2004.
- Dawn OLIVER and Jeffrey JOWELL, eds., The Changing Constitution, 7th edn. 2011. (law, politics, philosophy).
- Dawn OLIVER, 'Psychological Constitutionalism' in 69 Cambridge Law Review 639-675 (2010) (law, politics, psychology, economics, anthropology, neuroscience)
- Dawn OLIVER, Tony Prosser and Richard Rawlings The Regulatory State, Constitutional Implications, OUP 2010 (law, public policy, politics)
- Dawn Oliver, ed. Justice, Legality and the Rule of Law. Lessons from the Pitcairn Prosecutions, OUP, 2009 (law, history, philosophy, politics)
- DENVIR, C., Nigel BALMER. and Pascoe PLEASENCE, 'Surfing the web - recreation or resource? Exploring how young people in the UK use the Internet as an advice portal for problems with a legal dimension', 2011, 23(1) Interacting with Computers, pp.96-104.
- Pascoe PLEASENCE and Nigel BALMER, 'The Audacity of Justice: Recession, Redundancy, Rights and Legal Aid', 2010, 9(4) Social Policy and Society, pp. 475-488.
- Pascoe PLEASENCE, Nigel BALMER and Reimers, S. 'Horses for Courses? People’s Characterisation of Justiciable Problems and the Use of Lawyers', in Legal Services Board (ed.) 2010, The Future of Legal Services: Emerging Thinking, London: Legal Services Board.
- Pascoe PLEASENCE and Nigel BALMER, 'Mental Health and the Experience of Social Problems Involving Rights: Findings from the United Kingdom and New Zealand', 2009, 16(1) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, pp.123-140.
- Pascoe PLEASENCE, ‘Trials and Tribulations: Experimental Methodologies in a Socio-Legal Setting’, 2008, 35 (1) Journal of Law and Society, pp.8-29. (law, empirical methods, statistics)
- Pascoe PLEASENCE, Nigel BALMER et al. 'The Health Cost of Civil Law Problems: Further Evidence of Links Between Civil Law Problems and Morbidity and the Consequential Use of Health Services', 2008, 5(2) Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, pp.351-374 (law, epidemiology, public policy)
- Pascoe PLEASENCE, Nigel BALMER and Vicky KEMP, Crime Social Exclusion and The Civil Society (2007) (law, criminology, public policy)
- Pascoe PLEASENCE, ‘Causes of Action: Civil Law and Social Justice,’ 2nd edition (2006) (law, public policy, social science, statistics)
- Pascoe PLEASENCE, Nigel BALMER et al, ‘Civil Law Problems and Morbidility’ (2004) 58 (7) Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (law, epidemiology)
- Ray PURDY, 'Attitudes Of UK And Australian Farmers Towards Monitoring
Laws With The Use Of Satellite Technologies: Lessons To Be Learnt', 27(4) Space Policy (regulation, social science, surveillance).
- Catherine REDGWELL, Beyond the Carbon Economy: Energy Law in Transition (2008), edited with Don Zillman, Yinka Omorogbe and Lila Barrera-Hernandez (law, economics and politics)
- Philippe SANDS Lawless World: America and the Making and Breaking of Global Rules, 2005 (law, international relations, politics).
- Joanne SCOTT and M. Maslin, 'Carbon Trading Needs a Multi-Level Approach' (27 July 2011) in Nature 475, 423–424. (environment, law)
- Joanne SCOTT, Maria LEE et al, 'Managing the Health Effects of Climate Change' (16 May 2009) in The Lancet, Volume 373, Issue 9676, Pages 1693 - 1733 (with inter-disciplinary team of UCL researchers).
- Fiona SMITH Agriculture and the WTO: Towards a New Theory of International Agricultural Trade Regulation (2009) Edward Elgar (economics, law and philosophy)
- Fiona SMITH 'The Limitations of a Legal Approach to the Regulation of Cultural Diversity in the WTO: the problem of international agricultural trade' (2008) 3(1) Asian Journal of the WTO & International Health Law and Policy 51-80 (law, philosophy)
- Fiona SMITH 'Language, Law and Legitimacy in the Agreement on Agriculture: are we solving the right problem?' (2008)1 Indian Journal of International Economic Law 34-79 (law, philosophy).
- Fiona SMITH 'Thinking Outside the Green Box: Non-Trade Concerns in a Post-Doha Environment' (2007) 9 (2) Environmental Law Review 89-115 (law, philosophy).
- Cheryl THOMAS, Diversity and Fairness in the Jury System, 2007 (law, psychology, political science, statistics)
- Cheryl THOMAS, Judicial Diversity and the Appointment of Deputy District Judges, 2006(law, political science, statistics)
- Florian WAGNER-VON PAPP, Marktinformationsverfahren: Grenzen der Information im Wettbewerb (The exchange of competitively sensitive information: Limiting the flow of information between competitors), (2004) (law, economics)
- Florian WAGNER-VON PAPP, ‘Should we be free not to be free to ruin ourselves? – Gambling and self-exclusion agreements’, in Michael Freeman & Oliver R. Goodenough (eds.), Law, Mind and Brain (2009) 81-126 (draft available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1590483) (law, behavioural and neuroeconomics, public policy, philosophy)
- Florian WAGNER-VON PAPP, '"Who is’t that can inform me?" – The Exchange of Identifying and Non-Identifying Information' (2007) 28 European Competition Law Review (ECLR) 264-270 (law, economics)
- Ralph WILDE, International Territorial Administration: How Trusteeship and the Civilizing Mission Never Went Away (OUP, 2008) (law, international history, international relations, post-colonial studies)
- Ralph WILDE and Matthew Craven (SOAS), Gerry Simpson (Melbourne) & Susan Marks (LSE). ‘We are teachers of international law’ 17(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 363 – 374, 2004 (law, critical theory, political science).
- Ralph WILDE,'Representing international territorial administration: a critique of some approaches', 2004, 15(1) European Journal of International Law. (law, history, international relations, political science, post colonial studies, critical theory).
- Ian WILLIAMS, "A medieval book and early-modern law: Bracton’s
authority and application in the common law c.1550-1640", 2011, 79
Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 47-80 (law and history).