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Papers by our barristers
- David Hodgson’s theory of plausible legal reasoning (Chapter 12) in “Freewill and the Law: New Perspectives”. Edited by Alan McCay, and Michael Sevel, Routledge, Oxford, 2019.
- An Oppression Remedy for Beneficiaries of a Trust? (2018)
- Recent Cases on Unpaid Distributions to Beneficiaries of Trusts (2016)
- Accountants v Trust Lawyers: Some Recent Cases in the Law of Trusts (2015)
- A Beneficiary’s Entitlement to obtain Information and to have an Executor or Trustee Removed (2014)
- Informal and Stop-Gap Wills (2013)
- Informal Wills and Solicitors’ Duties (2013)
- Strategies for Estate Litigation (2011)
- Death, Property & the Problem of Posthumous Harm (2011)
- Justifying Punishment in a Deterministic World (2008)
- “Corrective Justice and the Paradox of Future Individuals in Law, Legal Culture and Politics in the 21st Century”, edited by G Doeker-Mack, and KA Ziegert, Franz Steiner Vealag, Stuttgart, 2004
- The Connotation/Denotation Distinction in Constitutional Interpretation (2003)
- “Memory and Punishment” (2000) Volume 19 Criminal Justice Ethics 17.
- Memory and Punishment (2000)