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Publications by Simon Halliday

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BOOKS
• Halliday, S (ed) (2012) An Introduction to the Study of Law (Edinburgh: W. Green/Thomson Reuters)
• Halliday, S and Schmidt, P (2009) Conducting Law & Society Research: Reflections on Methods and Practices (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
• Halliday, S (2004) Judicial Review & Compliance with Administrative Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing)
• Halliday, S and Schmidt, P (eds.) (2004) Human Rights Brought Home: Socio-Legal Perspectives on Human Rights in the National Context (co-edited with Schmidt, P) (Oxford: Hart Publishing)
• Hertogh, M and Halliday, S (eds.) (2004) Judicial Review and Bureaucratic Impact: International and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004)
• Cowan, D and Halliday, S (2003) The Appeal of Internal Review: Law, Administrative Justice, and the (Non-) Emergence of Disputes (Oxford: Hart Publishing)
• Robson, P and Halliday, S (1998) Residential Tenancies (2nd Edition) (Edinburgh: W. Green/Sweet & Maxwell)

ARTICLES
• C Hunter, J Bretherton, S Halliday and S Johnsen, (2016) 'Legal Compliance in Street-Level Bureaucracy: A Study of UK Housing Officers' 38(1) Law & Policy pp. 81-95
• Halliday, S, Formby, A and Cookson, R (2015) ‘An Assessment of the Court’s Role in the Withdrawal of Clinically Assisted Nutrition and Hydration from Patients in the Permanent Vegetative State’ 23(4) Medical Law Review pp. 556-87
• Halliday, S, Kitzinger, C and Kitzinger J, (2015) ‘Law in Everyday Life and Death: A Socio-Legal Analysis of Chronic Disorders of Consciousness’ 35(1) Legal Studies pp. 55-74
• Halliday, S and Morgan B, (2013) ‘I Fought the Law and the Law Won? Legal Consciousness and the Critical Imagination’ 66 Current Legal Problems pp. 1-32
• Halliday, S (2013) ‘The Governance of Compliance with Public Law’ Public Law pp. 312-24
• Halliday, S, Ilan, J and Scott, C (2012) ‘Street-Level Tort Law: The Bureaucratic Justice of Liability Decision-Making’ Modern Law Review 75(3) 647-67
• Halliday, S, Ilan, J and Scott, C (2011) ‘The Public Management of Liability Risks’, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 31(3) 527-550
• Halliday, S, Burns, N, Hutton, N, McNeill, F and Tata, C, (2009) ‘Street-Level Bureaucracy, Inter-professional Relations and Coping Mechanisms: A Study of Criminal Justice Social Workers in the Sentencing Process’, Law & Policy, 31(4), pp. 405-28
• McNeill, F, Burns, N, Halliday, S, Hutton, N, and Tata, C (2009) ‘Risk, Responsibility and Reconfiguration: Penal Adaptation and Misadaptation’, Punishment and Society, 11(4), pp. 419-43
• Halliday, S, Burns, N, Hutton, N, McNeill, F and Tata, C, (2008) ‘Shadow Writing and Participant Observation: A Study of Criminal Justice Social Work Around Sentencing’ Journal of Law & Society, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 189-213
• Tata, C, Burns, N, Halliday, S, Hutton, N, and McNeill, F (2008) ‘Assisting and Advising the Sentencing Decision Process: the Pursuit of ‘Quality’ in Pre-Sentence Reports’ British Journal of Criminology, vol. 48, pp. 835-55
• Halliday, S, and Scott, C, (2008) ‘Cultural Conceptions of Administrative Justice’ Adjust, Newsletter of the Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council, December edition
• Cowan, D, Halliday, S and Hunter, C, (2006) ‘Adjudicating the Implementation of Homelessness Law: The Promise of Socio-Legal Studies’ Housing Studies vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 381-400
• Cowan, D, Halliday, S and Hunter, C, (2003) ‘Homelessness Applicants and Internal Reviews’ (with Cowan and Hunter) LAG (March) p. 8.
• Cowan, D, Halliday, S and Hunter, C, (2002) ‘Homelessness Reviews – findings published’ LAG (July) pp. 6-7
• Cowan, D, Halliday, S and Hunter, C, (2002) ‘No Fussing’ Roof (July/August) p. 11
• Halliday, S, (2001) ‘Some Lessons from North of the Border: a brief commentary on the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001’ Journal of Housing Law pp. 79 – 82
• Halliday, S, (2001) ‘Internal Reviews of Homelessness Decision-Making in Scotland’ SCOLAG No. 286, pp. 136-138
• Halliday, S (2001) ‘Internal Review and Administrative Justice: some evidence and research questions from homelessness decision-making’ Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law vol. 23(4) 2001: 473 - 90
• Halliday, S (2001) ‘Tacit Relocation’ vol. 4 Juridical Review, pp. 201-218
• Halliday, S (2000) ‘Institutional Racism in Bureaucratic Decision-Making: A Case Study in the Administration of Homelessness Law’ Journal of Law & Society, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 449 - 71
• Halliday, S (2000) ‘The Influence of Judicial Review on Bureaucratic Decision-Making’ Public Law pp. 110-122
reproduced in Cane, P. (ed.) Administrative Law (2nd ed.) Dartmouth’s International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory (2002); & (2000) Journal of Local Government Law, pp. 97-104
• Halliday, S (1997) ‘Homelessness, Asylum and Immigration Law’ 2, Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, pp. 316-327
• Halliday, S, (1997) ‘Unlawful Eviction and Hostel Accommodation’ SCOLAG 46
• Halliday, S (1996) ‘Homelessness Law and the Physically Disabled’ Juridical Review, pp. 374-388

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
• Halliday, S (2012) ‘Empirical Approaches’ in Halliday, S (ed) An Introduction to the Study of Law (Edinburgh: W Green)
• Halliday, S (2012) ‘Public Law’ in Hunter, C (ed) Integrating Socio-Legal Studies into the Law Curriculum (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan)
• Halliday, S and Scott, C (2010) ‘Administrative Justice’ in Cane, P and Kritzer, H (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Empirical Legal Research (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
• Halliday, S and Scott, C (2010) ‘A Cultural Analysis of Administrative Justice’ in Adler, M (ed) Administrative Justice in Context (Oxford: Hart Publishing)
• Schmidt, P, and Halliday, S, (2009) ‘Beyond Methods: Law & Society in Action’ in Conducting Law & Society Research: Reflections on Methods and Practices (Halliday, S, and Schmidt, P) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
• Schmidt, P, and Halliday, S, (2004) ‘Introduction: Socio-Legal Perspectives on Human Rights in the National Context’ in Human Rights Brought Home: Socio-Legal Perspectives on Human Rights in the National Context (eds. Halliday & Schmidt) (Oxford: Hart Publishing)
• Hertogh, M and Halliday, S (2004) ‘Judicial Review and Bureaucratic Impact in Future Research’ in Judicial Review and Bureaucratic Impact (eds Hertogh & Halliday) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
• Halliday, S. (1998) ‘Researching the ‘Impact’ of Judicial Review on Routine Administrative Decision-Making’ in Housing: Participation and Exclusion (ed Cowan, D), pp. 189-212, (Aldershot: Ashgate)

OTHER BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS
• Halliday, S (2014) ‘What is judicial review for – and what should we expect of it?’ (expert commentary) in M Elliott and R Thomas Public Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2nd edition)
• Halliday, S (2008) ‘The Lord Advocate’ and ‘Regional Development Agencies’ in Cane, P and Conaghan, J (eds.) The New Oxford Companion to Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

ANNOTATED STATUTES
• Halliday, S, and Robson, P (2002) Housing (Scotland) Act 2001: Parts 1 & 2 (Current Law Statutes: Sweet & Maxwell)

RESEARCH REPORTS
• Formby, A, Cookson, R and Halliday, S, (2015) Cost Analysis of the Legal Declaratory Relief Requirement for Withdrawing Clinically Assisted Nutrition and Hydration (CANH) from Patients in the Permanent Vegetative State (PVS) in England and Wales (University of York: Centre for Health Economics, Research Paper 108)
• Adler, M, Black, S, Gulland J, Halliday, S, McLardie, J, Mordaunt, E, Murray, L and Sewell, K (2007) Scrutiny and the Public: A Qualitative Study of Public Perceptions on Regulation, Audit, Inspection and Complaints Handling of Public Services in Scotland http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2007/10/11105618/0

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