Shah P(2020). Are there Asian diasporic laws in Britain? Reconsidering the presuppositions of legal pluralism. Quaderni di Diritto e Politica Ecclesiastica (1) 201-220.
Shah P (2019). CULTURE IN THE THROES OF LAW. Editors: Ruggiu, I, Spigno, I, Conference: Justice as Culture: Legal techniques and arguments to deal with multicultural conflicts (Cagliari) from: 11/05/2018 to: 12/05/2018,
Shah P(2019). Culture in the throes of law. JUSTICE AND CULTURE. THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE USE OF CULTURE, Editors: Efren, L, Ruggiu, I, Spigno, I, Editoriale Scientifica (Naples),
Shah P(2018). Sacerdotal violence and the caste system: The long shadow of Christian-Orientalism. Critical Humanities from India: Contexts, Issues, Futures,
SHAH P(2017). Orientalism, Multiculturalism, and Identity Politics: Hindus and the British Caste Law. Quaderni di Diritto e Politica Ecclesiastica343-357.
Fárek M, Jalki D, Pathan S, Shah P(2017). Introduction: Caste studies and the apocryphal elephant.
Shah P(2017). Western foundations of the caste system. Editors: SHAH, P, Farek, M, Jalki, D, Pathan, S et al., Palgrave (Basingstoke),
SHAH P(2017). Provincializing Durkheim’s religion. The Sacred and the Law: The Durkheimian Legacy, Editors: Gephart, W, Witte, D, Vittorio Klostermann (Frankfurt am Main),
SHAH P(2016). Dissimulating on Caste in British Law. Western foundations of the caste system, Editors: Shah, P, Farek, M, Jalki, D, Pathan, S et al., Palgrave (Basingstoke),
SHAH P(2016). Private international law, Muslim transnational legal pluralism, and the undermining of official law in the British Isle. Legal pluralism in Europe and the ordre public exception: Normative and judicial perspectives, Editors: Toniatti, R, Strazzari, D, Universita degli Studi di Trento (Trento),
Shah P, Foblets M-C(2016). Family, Religion and Law Cultural Encounters in Europe. Routledge
Shah P(2016). A weak defence of an indefensible caste law. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law vol. 16, (1) 55-58.
SHAH P(2016). Distorting minority laws? Religious diversity and European legal systems. Family, religion and law: Cultural encounters in Europe, Editors: Shah, P, Foblets, M-C, Rohe, M, Routledge (London),
Shah P(2015). Against Caste in British Law: A Critical Perspective on the Caste Discrimination Provision in the Equality Act 2010.
SHAH P (2015). Britain’s Dharmic communities and the General Election 2015. Dharmic Ideas and Policy Foundation
SHAH P(2015). The Difference that Religion Makes: Transplanting Legal Ideas from the West to Japan and India. Asian Journal of Comparative Law vol. 10, (1) 81-97.
MACDONALD M(2015). Legal responses to religious diversity (or to cultural diversity)?. Handbook of Law and Religion, Routledge
SHAH P(2014). Toleration: Opportunities and strains of a historic European Ideal. Synergy, Magazine of the European Law Students Association vol. 56, 20-22.
Shah P(2014). Critiquing the Western Account of India Studies within a Comparative Science of Cultures. International Journal of Hindu Studies vol. 18, (1) 67-72.
MACDONALD M(2014). Distorting minority laws? Religious diversity and European legal systems. Family, religion and law: Cultural encounters in Europe, Ashgate
MACDONALD M(2014). Shari‘a in the West: Colonial consciousness in a context of normative competition. Islamic family law in the courts: experiences from Europe, Australia and North America, Routledge
Shah P(2013). Asking about reasonable accommodation in England. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law vol. 13, (2-3) 83-112.
SHAH P(2013). Judging Muslims. Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari'a, Editors: Griffith-Jones, R, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Shah PA(2013). In pursuit of the pagans: Muslim law in the English context. Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law vol. 45, (1) 58-75.
SHAH P(2013). Shadow boxing with community practices: A response to Eekelaar. Managing family justice in diverse societies, Editors: Maclean, M, Eekelaar, J, Hart (Oxford),
SHAH P(2013). Transnational family relations in migration contexts: British variations on European themes. The Ashgate research companion to migration law, theory and policy, Editors: Juss, S, Ashgate (Farnham),
SHAH P, Grillo R(2012). Considerazione conclusive. Il movimento anti-'burqa' in Europa occidentale. Quaderni di Diritto e Politica Ecclesiastica (1/2012) 219-240.
SHAH P (2012). In pursuit of the pagans: Muslim law in the English context. no. 9,
SHAH P(2012). Inconvenient marriages, or what happens when ethnic minorities marry trans-jurisdictionally according to their self-chosen norms. Utrecht Law Review vol. 6, (2) 17-32.
SHAH P, Grillo R (2012). Reasons to Ban? The Anti-Burqa Movement in Western Europe. no. 12-05, pp. 1-48.
SHAH P, Bayir, D(2012). The Legal Adaptation of British Settlers in Turkey. Transcultural Studies (1) 43-76.
SHAH P (2011). Transnational family relations in migration contexts: British variations on European themes.
SHAH P(2011). When South Asians marry trans-jurisdictionally: Some reflections on immigration cases by an ‘expert’. Cultural Expertise and Litigation: Patterns, conflicts, narratives, Editors: Holden, L, Routledge (London),
SHAH P(2011). Workshop report: Introduction of “cultural expertise” in English courts. Amicus Curiae: Journal of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies (86) 13-14.
SHAH P(2010). Ethnic and religious diversity in Britain: Where are we going?. Equality, Inequalities and Diversity, Editors: Healy, G, Noon, M, Kirton, G, Palgrave MacMillan (Basingstoke),
Shah P(2010). Trans-jurisdictional marriage and family reunification for refugees in the United Kingdom. Istanbul Kultur Universitesi Hukuk Fakuletesi Dergisi vol. 9, (2) 93-113.
SHAH P(2010). A reflection on the Shari’a debate in Britain. Studia z Prawa Wyznaniowego (Studies of Ecclesiastical Law) vol. 13, 71-98.
SHAH P(2010). Activism in the European Court of Justice and changing options for Turkish citizen migrants in the United Kingdom. Vatandaşlık, Göç, Mülteci ve Yabancılar Hukukundaki Güncel Gelişmeler (Current Developments in Citizenship, Refugee Law and Law of Foreigners), International Symposium Proceedings 15 and 16 May 2009, Anadolu University, Eskişehir., Editors: Hailbronner, K, Tiryakio¿lu, B, Schneider, K, Küçük, E et al., Union of Turkish Bar Associations (Türkiye Barolar Birliği) (Istanbul),
SHAH P(2010). Between God and the Sultana? Legal pluralism in the British Muslim diaspora. Shari’a as discourse: legal traditions and the encounter with Europe, Editors: Nielsen, JS, Christoffersen, L, vol. 2, Ashgate (Farnham),
SHAH P(2010). Comparatively Indian: Living with legal plurality. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Rechtswissenschaft vol. 109, (3) 314-326.
SHAH P(2010). The Indian dimension of An-Na’im’s Islam and the secular state. Islam and Europe: Crises are challenges, Editors: Foblets, M-C, Carlier, J-Y, Leuven University Press (Leuven),
GRILLO R, BALLARD R, FERRARI A, HOEKEMA AJ, MAUSSEN M, SHAH P(2009). Cultural diversity: Challenge and acommodation. Legal practice and cultural diversity, Editors: Grillo, R, Ballard, R, Ferrari, A, Hoekema, AJ et al., vol. 1, Ashgate (Aldershot),
SHAH P(2009). East African Asian law. Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, Editors: Katz, S, Oxford University Press (New York),
BALLARD R, HOEKEMA AJ, FERRARI A, GRILLO R, MAUSSEN M, SHAH P(2009). Legal practice and cultural diversity. Editors: Grillo, R, Ballard, R, Ferrari, A, Hoekema, AJ et al., Ashgate (Farnham, Surrey),
SHAH P(2009). South Asian laws in Britain. Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, Editors: Katz, S, Oxford University Press (New York),
SHAH P(2009). Transforming to accommodate? Reflections on the shari’a debate in Britain. Legal practice and cultural diversity, Editors: Grillo, R, Ballard, R, Ferrari, A, Hoekema, AJ et al., vol. 1, Ashgate (Aldershot),
Shah P(2009). Transnational Hindu law adoptions: Recognition and treatment in Britain. International Journal of Law in Context vol. 5, (2) 107-130.
Shah P(2009). Transnational Hindu law adoptions: recognition and treatment in Britain. International Journal of Law in Context vol. 5, (2) 107-130.
Shah P(2008). Sikharbandha Jaina derasar at Potters Bar officially opened. Centre of Jaina Studies Newsletter (3) 38-39.
SHAH P(2008). Religion in a super-diverse environment: Thoughts on the British scene. Law and religion in multicultural societies, Editors: Mehdi, R, Petersen, H, Sand, ER, Woodman, GR et al., DJOF Publishing (Copenhagen),
Shah P(2007). Thinking beyond religion: legal pluralism in Britain's South Asian diaspora. Australian Journal of Asian Law vol. 8, (3) 1-25.
SHAH P(2007). A photographic essay on a Jain temple in diaspora. Gujaratis in the West: Evolving identities in contemporary society, Editors: Mukadam, A, Mawani, S, Cambridge Scholars Press (Newcastle-upon-Tyne),
Shah P(2007). Introduction: Socio-legal perspectives on ethnic diversity.
SHAH P(2007). Law and ethnic plurality: Socio-legal perspectives. Editors: Shah, P, Martinus Nijhoff (Leiden and Boston),
SHAH P(2007). Rituals of recognition: Ethnic minority marriages in British legal systems. Law and ethnic plurality: Socio-legal perspectives, Editors: Shah, P, vol. 13, Martinus Nijhoff (Leiden and Boston),
SHAH P, menski W(2006). Migration, diasporas and legal systems in Europe. Routledge (London),
Shah P(2006). Registering marriage in shifting sands. Tottel's Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law vol. 20, (1) 37-41.
Shah P(2005). Diasporas as legal actors: implications for established legal boundaries. Non-state Actors and International Law vol. 5, (2) 153-166.
Shah P(2005). Globalisation and the challenge of Asian legal transplants in Europe. Singapore Journal of Legal Studies348-361.
SHAH P(2005). Legal Pluralism In Conflict: Coping With Cultural Diversity In Law. Glasshouse Press (London),
SHAH P(2005). The challenge of asylum to legal systems. Cavendish (London),
Shah P(2003). Attitudes to polygamy in English law. International and Comparative Law Quarterly vol. 52, (2) 369-400.
Shah P(2003). Preliminary reflections on teaching about ethnic minorities in law. The Law Teacher vol. 37, (1) 18-35.
Shah P(2002). Why some British nationals are not European Union citizens. Tottel's Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law vol. 16, (2) 82-96.
Shah P(2001). British Nationals under Community law: The Kaur case. EUR J MIGR LAW vol. 3, (2) 271-278.