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NOBLES RL, SCHIFF D(2018). Criminal Justice Unhinged: The Challenge of Guilty Pleas?. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
10.1093/ojls/gqy036
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/47003
NOBLES RL, Schiff D(2017). Trials And Miscarriages: An evolutionary socio-historical analysis. Criminal Law Forum: official journal of the Society for the Reform of Criminal Law
10.1007/s10609-017-9329-4
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/25823
NOBLES RL, Schiff D(2017). Observing sovereignty, law and politics at the global level: Review of Jiří Přibáň, Sovereignty in Post-Sovereign Society: A Systems Theory of European Constitutionalism, Farnham: Ashgate/Routledge, 2015. Social and Legal Studies
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/21167
Nobles R, Schiff D(2016). Legal Argumentation: A Sociological Account. Jurisprudence1-30.
10.1080/20403313.2015.1127061
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/12340
NOBLES RL, Schiff DN(2015). Civil Disobedience and Constituent Power. International Journal of Law in Context vol. 2015, (Special Issue) 462-480.
10.1017/S1744552315000300
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/10718
NOBLES RL, Schiff DNS (2014). The Sociology of 'The Politics of Jurisprudence'.
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/10882
SCHIFF DN, Nobles R(2013). Pulling Back from the Edge?. The Modern Law Review Journal vol. 76, (3) 620-638.
10.1111/1468-2230.12027
SCHIFF DN, Nobles R(2013). Structural coupling between the systems of law and the media: the contrasting examples of criminal conviction and criminal appeal. Law and Intersystemic Communication: Understanding ‘Structural Coupling’, Editors: Febbrajo, A, Harste, G, Ashgate
Nobles R, Schiff D(2013). Observing Law Through Systems Theory. Hart Pub Limited (Oxford),
Nobles R, Schiff D(2012). Observing Law through Systems Theory. Hart Publishing (Oxford),
SCHIFF DN, Nobles R(2012). Using Systems Theory to Study Legal Pluralism: What Could Be Gained?. Law & Society Review vol. 46, (2) 265-296.
10.1111/j.1540-5893.2012.00489.x
SCHIFF DN(2012). Observing Law Through Systems Theory. Hart
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2010). Disobedience to Law - Debbie Purdy's Case. The Modern Law Review vol. 73, (2) 295-304.
10.1111/j.1468-2230.2010.00798.x
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2009). Public confidence in criminal justice: the lessons from miscarriages of justice (2009) 48(5) 461. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice vol. 48, (5) 461-471.
10.1111/j.1468-2311.2009.00588.x
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2009). 'After Ten Years: An Investment in Justice?'. The Criminal Cases Review Commission: Hope for the Innocent?, Editors: Naughton, M, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke, Hampshire),
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2009). Jurisprudence as Self-Description: Natural Law and Positivism within the English Legal System. Soziologische Jurisprudenz: Festschrift fur Gunther Teubner, Editors: Calliess, G-P, Fischer-Lescano, A, Wielsch, D, Zumbansen, P et al., De Gruyter Recht
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2009). Why do judges talk the way they do?. International Journal of Law in Context vol. 5.1, 25-49.
10.1017/S1744552309005023
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2008). Absurd Asymmetry - a Comment on R v Cottrell and Fletcher and BM, KK and DP (Petitioners) v Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission. The Modern Law Review vol. 71, (3) 464-472.
10.1111/j.1468-2230.2008.00701.x
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2008). ‘Criminal Cases Review Commission’ , ‘Miscarriages of Justice’, 'Systems Theory' (OUP, 2008). New Oxford Companion to Law, Editors: Cane, P, Conaghan, J, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Nobles R, Schiff D(2007). Misleading statistics within criminal trials. MED SCI LAW vol. 47, (1) 7-10.
10.1258/rsmmsl.47.1.7
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2007). Review of O Perez and G Teubner (eds), Paradoxes and Inconsistencies in the Law. The Modern Law Review vol. 70, 505-516.
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2007). The Emperor's New Clothes (Review Article of Ronald Dworkin, Justice in Robes). The Modern Law Review vol. 70, (1) 139-160.
10.1111/j.1468-2230.2006.00630.x
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2006). A Sociology of Jurisprudence. Hart Publishing (Oxford),
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2006). Communicating Moral Responsibility through Criminal Law (Review of V Tadros, Criminal Responsibility). Oxford Journal of Legal Studies vol. 26, 207-217.
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2006). Guilt and Innocence in the Criminal Justice System: A Comment on R (Mullen) v Secretary of State for the Home Department. The Modern Law Review vol. 69, 80-91.
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2006). Theorising the Criminal Trial and Criminal Appeal: Finality, Truth and Rights. The Trial on Trial, Volume 2, Editors: Duff, RA, Farmer, L, Marshall, S, Tadros, V et al., Hart Publishing (Oxford),
Nobles R, Schiff D(2005). A reply to Graham Zellick. CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW951-954.
Nobles R, Schiff D(2005). The criminal cases review commission: Establishing a workable relationship with the court of appeal. CRIM LAW REV173-189.
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2005). A reply to Graham Zellick. Criminal Law Review951-954.
Nobles R, Schiff D(2004). A story of miscarriage: Law in the media. J LAW SOC vol. 31, (2) 221-244.
10.1111/j.1467-6478.2004.00288.x
Nobles R, SCHIFF DN(2004). Introduction. N Luhmann, Law as a Social System (English translation), Editors: Kastner, F, Nobles, R, Schiff, D, Ziegert, R et al., Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2002). The Right to Appeal and Workable Systems of Justice. The Modern Law Review vol. 65, (5) 676-701.
10.1111/1468-2230.00403
Penner J, SCHIFF D, Nobles R(2002). Introduction to Jurisprudence and Legal Theory: Commentary and Materials. originally Butterworths, now Oxford University Press (London (now Oxford)),
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2001). The Criminal Cases Review Commission: Reporting Success?. Modern Law Review vol. 64, (2) 280-299.
10.1111/1468-2230.00320
Nobles, SCHIFF D(2001). Criminal Justice: Autopoietic Insights. Law's New Boundaries: The Consequences of Legal Autopoiesis, Editors: Pribán, J, Nelken, D, Ashgate (Dartmouth),
Nobles R, SCHIFF D(2001). Due process and Dirty Harry Dilemmas: Criminal Appeals and the Human Rights Act' (2001). The Modern Law Review vol. 64, 911-922.
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