Journal Articles

  1. ‘Law as a Claim-Maker: A Review of Stefano Bertea, The Normative Claim of Law’. Jurisprudence 4(2), 336-343.
  2. Dworkin's Morality and its Limited Implications for Law. Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 25(1), 79-95.
  3. ‘The Figuring of Morality in Adjudication: Not so Special?’. Ratio Juris 24(3), 284-303.
  4. "Possibility, Impossibility and Extraordinariness in Attempts". Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 23(1), 47-70.
  5. “M Pettenger (ed): ‘The Social Construction of Climate Change: Power, Knowledge, Norms, Discourses’. Journal of Environmental Law 20(3), 468-469.
  6. 'Subjectivity and Law's Fields of Enquiry. Ratio Juris 20, 77-96.
  7. & Natural Law and Ecocentrism. Journal of Environmental Law 19(1), 89
  8. Sentencing and Consequences: A Divergence between Blameworthiness and Liability to Punishment. New Criminal Law Review 10(3), 392
  9. 'The Epistemic Importance of the Factual Base in New and Traditional Natural Law Theory'. Law and Philosophy 25, 1-29.


  1. & (Eds.). Neurolaw and Responsibility for Action: Concepts, Crimes and Courts (forthcoming). Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov, Dennis Patterson, Peter Raynor (Ed.), Cambridge University Press.
  2. A Philosophy of Criminal Attempts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015). Cambridge University Press.
  3. A Natural Law Approach to Normativity. Ashgate.

Book Chapters

  1. Action, Non-observational Knowledge and the Vanishing Brain (forthcoming). In Neurolaw and Responsibility for Action: Concepts, Crimes and Courts.
  2. ‘Natural Law and the Possibility of Universal Normative Foundations’. In Fabri, H.R., Wolfrum, R. & Gogolin, J. (Ed.), Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law. (pp. 255-266). Oxford: Hart Publishing.