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Publications:  Prof Kate Malleson

Malleson K(2018). Equality Law and the Protected Characteristics. MODERN LAW REVIEW vol. 81, (4) 598-621.
MALLESON K, BARMES E(2018). Lifting the Judicial Identity-Blackout. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies vol. 38, (2) 357-381.
MALLESON K(2017). The Disruptive Potential of Ceiling Quotas in Addressing Over-representation in the Judiciary. Debating Judicial Appointments in an Age of Diversity, Editors: Rackley, E, Gee, G, Routledge
Gee G, Hazell R, Malleson K, O'Brien P(2015). The Politics of Judicial Independence in the UK's Changing Constitution. Cambridge University Press
Barmes L, Malleson K(2011). The Legal Profession as Gatekeeper to the Judiciary: Design Faults in Measures to Enhance Diversity. MOD LAW REV vol. 74, (2) 245-271.
Mackenzie R, Malleson K, Martin P(2010). Selecting international judges. Oxford Univ Pr
Malleson K(2009). Diversity in the Judiciary: The Case For Positive Action. J LAW SOC vol. 36, (3) 376-402.
MALLESON K(2009). Appointments to the House of Lords: Who Goes Upstairs. The Judicial House of Lords, Editors: Blom-Cooper, Drewry, Dickson, Oxford University Press
MALLESON K(2009). Promoting Judicial independence in the international Courts: Lessons from the Caribbean. International and Comparative Law Quarterly vol. 58, (3) 671-687.
MALLESON K, Le Sueur A(2008). The Judiciary. Constitutional Futures Revisited: Britain’s Constitution to 2020, Editors: Hazell, R, Palgrave Press
MALLESON K(2007). Parliamentary Scrutiny of Supreme Court Nominees - a view from the UK. Osgoode Hall Law Journal vol. 45, 000-000.
MALLESON K(2007). Judicial Reform in the UK: The Emergence of the Third Branch of Government. Constitutional Reform in the UK, Editors: McDonald, A, Methuen-Politicos
Malleson K(2006). Rethinking the merit principle in judicial selection. J LAW SOC vol. 33, (1) 126-140.
MALLESON K(2006). Rethinking the Merit Principle in the Judiciary Appointments Process. Journal of Law and Society126-140.
MALLESON K, Russell P(2006). Appointing Judges in an Age of Judicial Power: Critical Perspectives from Around the World. University of Toronto Press (Toronto),
MALLESON K(2006). ‘The Judicial Appointments Commission in England and Wales: New Wine in New Bottles?. Appointing Judges in an Age of Judicial Power: Critical Perspectives from Around the World, Editors: Malleson, Russell, University of Toronto Press (Toronto),
MALLESON K(2005). The Legal System. The Legal System (Oxford),
MALLESON K, Baldwin R, Cave M(2004). The Regulation of Legal Services: Time for the Big Bang?. Modern Law Review vol. 67, 787-817.
MALLESON K(2004). Selecting Judges in the Era of Devolution and Human Rights. A. Le Sueur (ed) Building the UK’s New Supreme Court, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
MALLESON K(2004). ‘Creating a Judicial Appointments Commission: Which Model Works Best?’. Public Law102-121.
MALLESON K(2004). ‘Modernising the Constitution: Completing the Unfinished Business’. Legal Studies119-133.
MALLESON K(2003). Justifying Gender Equality on the Bench: Why Difference Won’t Do. Feminist Legal Studies vol. 11, (1) 1-24.
MALLESON K(2003). Prospects for Parity: The Position of Women in the Judiciary in England and Wales. Shaw, G and Shultz, U (eds) Women in the Worlds Legal Professions, Hart (Oxford),
MALLESON K(2003). ‘Judging Judicial Review: Criteria for Judicial Appointment’. Richard Gordon (ed) Judicial Review in the New Millennium, Sweet & Maxwell (London),
Malleson K, Roberts S(2002). Streamlining and clarifying the appellate process. CRIM LAW REV272-282.
MALLESON K(2002). Safeguarding Judicial Impartiality. Legal Studies vol. 22, (1) 53-70.
MALLESON K(2002). Administration of justice Safeguarding judicial impartiality. Legal Studies vol. 22, 53-70.
MALLESON K(2002). Criminal procedure Streamlining and clarifying the appellate process. Criminal Law Review272-282.
MALLESON K(2001). ‘A British Bill of Rights: Incorporating the European Convention on Human Rights’. Peter Russell and Paul Howe (eds) (2001) Judicial Power and Canadian Democracy,, McGill-Queen's University Press (Montreal),
MALLESON K(1999). The New Judiciary: The Effects of Expansion and Activism. Ashgate Press
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