Law and Sexuality

A commentary and resource on Law and Sexuality by Professor Chris Ashford and guests

Books, Articles and Papers

a) Edited Books

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Ashford, C, Reed, A and Wake, N, (2016) Consent and Control:  Legal Perspectives on State Power (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

Ashford, C and Guth, J (eds) (2016)  The Legal Academic’s Handbook (London: Palgrave)

Ashford, C, Duncan, N and Guth, J (eds) (2016) Perspectives on Legal Education: Contemporary Responses to the Lord Upjohn Lectures (Abingdon: Routledge)

b) Book Chapters & Contributions

Ashford, C (2016) ‘Queering Consent: (Re)evolving Constructions of the Age of Consent and the Law’, in Ashford, C, Reed, A and Wake, N, Consent and Control:  Legal Perspectives on State Power (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

Ashford, C (2016) ‘Editing Special Issues’, in Ashford, C and Guth, J (eds) The Legal Academic’s Handbook (London: Palgrave)

Ashford, C (2016) ‘Editorial boards/Being an Editor’, in Ashford, C and Guth, J (eds) The Legal Academic’s H41VA6DoY57Landbook (London: Palgrave)

Ashford, C (2016) ‘The Needs of the Legal Profession and the Liberal Law School: (Re)negotiating boundaries’, in Ashford, C, Duncan, N and Guth, J (eds) Perspectives on Legal Education: Contemporary Responses to the Lord Upjohn Lectures (Abingdon: Routledge).

Ashford, C, Duncan, N and Guth, J (2016) ‘The Lord Upjohn Lectures and Legal Education,  in Ashford, C, Duncan, N and Guth, J (eds) Perspectives on Legal Education: Contemporary Responses to the Lord Upjohn Lectures (Abingdon: Routledge).

0404446_legal-perspectives-on-state-power_300Ashford, C (2012) ‘From Cruising to Dogging: The Surveillance and Consumption of Public Sex’, in I.Rivers and R.Ward, Out of the Ordinary: Representations of LGBT Lives (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing) 77-92.

Ashford, C (2012) ‘Heterosexuality, Public Places and Policing’, in P.Johnson and D.Dalton, Policing Sex (Abingdon and New York: Routledge) 41-53.

Ashford, C (2012) ‘Dissertations’ in Pearson’s Legal Skills Database (Harlow: Pears
on)

c) Encyclopedia Entries

Ashford, C (2016) ‘Tearoom Trade’, in N.Naples (ed.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell)

Ashford, C (2016) ‘Bathhouses’, in N.Naples (ed.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell)

Ashford, C (2015) ‘Policing Sex’, in N.J. Smelser et al (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition (New York: Elsevier)(pending).

Ashford, C (2009) ‘Tearoom Trade’ in J.A. O’Brien (ed.), Encyclopedia of Gender and Society (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage).

d) Edited Works/Edited Special Issues

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Sexualities and the Law’, Special Issue, Sexualities 14(3).

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Socio-Legal Perspectives on Gender, Sexuality and Law’, Special Issue, Liverpool Law Review, 31(1).

Ashford, C and James, H (2009) ‘Legal Education Special Issue’, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 3.

Ashford, C and O’Brien, M (2008) ‘Virtual Lives:  Relationships Between the Citizen and Society’, Special Issue, Information & Communications Technology Law, 17(3).

Ashford, C and O’Brien, M (2008) ‘Privacy and the Public/Private Divide’, Special Issue, Information & Communications Technology Law 17(1).

Ashford, C and James, H (2008) ‘Legal Education Special Issue’, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 2.

Ashford, C and O’Brien, M (2006) Internet Rights, Internet Wrongs’, Special Issue, Information & Communications Technology Law 15(3).

O’Brien, M and Ashford, C (2005) ‘Rights, Identity and Regulation in Cyberspace’, Special Issue, Information & Communications Technology Law, 14(2).

Ashford, C and O’Brien, M (2003) ‘New Technologies, New Frontiers: Modern Challenges in the Cyber Age’, Special Issue, Information & Communications Technology Law, 12(3).

 e) Reviewed Articles

Ashford, C (2015) ‘Bareback Sex, Queer Legal Theory, and Evolving Socio-Legal Contexts’, Sexualities 18(1-2) 195-209.

Guth, J and Ashford, C (2014) ‘The Legal Education and Training Review: Regulating Soci-Legal and Liberal Education? The Law Teacher 48(1)  5-19.

Ashford, C (2011) ‘(Homo)normative Legal Discourses and the Queer Challenge’, 1(1) Durham Law Review 77-98.

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Barebacking and the Cult of ‘Violence’: Queering the Criminal Law’, Journal of Criminal Law, 74(4): 339-357.

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Socio-Legal Perspectives on Gender, Sexuality and Law’, Liverpool Law Review, 31(1): 1-12.

Ashford, C (2009) ‘Queer Theory, Cyber-Ethnographies and Researching Online Sex Environments’, Information and Communications Technology Law, 18(3) 297-314.

Ashford, C (2009) ‘Legal Education in Practice: An Initial Survey’, 3 Web Journal of Current Legal Issues.

Ashford, C (2009) ‘Male Sex Work and the Internet Effect: Time to Re-evaluate the Criminal Law?’, Journal of Criminal Law 73(3) 258-280.

Ashford, C (2008) ‘Sex Work in Cyberspace: Who Pays the Price?’ 17(1) Information and Communications Technology Law, 37-49.

Ashford, C (2007) ‘Sexuality and the Criminal Law:  The Cottaging Phenomenon’, 71(6) Journal of Criminal Law, 506-519.

Ashford, C (2007) ‘From Baghdad to Sunderland: Weblogs and Reflective Learning, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blog’, 41 (2) The Law Teacher:  The International Journal of Legal Education 206-219.

Ashford, C (2006) ‘The Only Gay in the Village:  Sexuality and the Net, 13(3) Information and Communications Technology Law, 275-289.

Ashford, C (2006) ‘The 21st Century Law School:  Choices, Challenges and Opportunities Ahead’, 3 Web Journal of Current Legal Issues.

Ashford, C (2005) ‘Law, Film and the Student Experience’, 4 Web Journal of Current Legal Issues.

Ashford, C (2004) ‘Legal Education and the Academic-Commercial Nexus’, 38(1) The Law Teacher:  The International Journal of Legal Education 80-92.

O’Brien, M and Ashford, C (2003) ‘New Technologies, New Frontiers:  Modern Challenges in the Cyber Age’, 12 Information and Communications Technology Law 203-213.

O’Brien, M and Ashford, C (2002-3) ‘Tribal Groups in Modern Britain: Legal Theory, Legal Practice and Human Rights’, 6 Contemporary Issues in Law 180-206.

f) Book Reviews

Ashford, C (2013) ‘Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Relationships in Europe:  National, Cross-Border and European Perspectives, 2nd edition, SCOLAG: Legal Journal, forthcoming.

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Gender, Sexualities and Law’, Feminist Legal Studies 19(3) 297-299.

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Film and the Law: The Cinema of Justice’ (2nd ed), SCOLAG: Legal Journal, 409: 266.

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Sex Offender and Preventative Detention: Politics, Policy and Practice’, SCOLAG: Legal Journal, 404: 155.

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Legal Responses to HIV and AIDS’, 390, SCOLAG: Legal Journal, 390: 90.

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Sex Offender and Preventative Detention: Politics, Policy and Practice’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 44(2): 238.

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Violence and Sex Work in Britain’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 44(1): 104.

Ashford, C (2009) ‘Transforming Legal Education: Learning and Teaching the Law in the Early Twenty-First Century’ The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education 43(3): 316.

 Ashford, C (2009) ‘Human Rights Act Toolkit’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 43(3) 325

 Ashford, C (2008) ‘Paying for Pleasure’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 42(2): 374.

Ashford, C (2008) ‘Gender and Justice’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 42(1): 132.

Ashford, C (2008) ‘Crime Online’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 42(1): 142.

Ashford, C (2007) ‘Key Concepts in Law’ and ‘Osborn’s Concise Law Dictionary’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 41(2): 244.

Ashford, C (2007) ‘Media Freedom Under the Human Rights Act’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 41(1): 128.

Ashford, C (2007) ‘Policing, Race and Racism’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 41(1): 132.

Ashford, C (2007) ‘E-commerce Law’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 41(1): 115.

Ashford, C (2005) ‘The Essentials of Human Rights’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 39(3): 403.

Ashford, C (2004) ‘Transforming the Law’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 38(3): 421.

Ashford, C (2004) ‘The Role of the Legal Information Officer’, The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, 38(2): 282.

 

g) Professional and Specialist Press Output

Ashford, C (2016) ‘Poppers ban: Be gay, but don’t have sex’, The Lawyer, 22 January https://www.thelawyer.com/issues/online-january-2016/poppers-ban-be-gay-but-dont-have-sex/

Ashford, C (2016) ‘Poppers users beware, a draconian and discriminatory law is on its way’, The Guardian, 21 January https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jan/21/gay-men-poppers-legal-highs-bill

Ashford, C (2013) ‘The Same-Sex Marriage Bill Isn’t the End of the Journey Towards Gay Rights’, Pink News, 25 January, http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2013/01/25/comment-the-same-sex-marriage-bill-isnt-the-end-of-the-journey-towards-gay-rights/

Ashford, C and Mohammadzadeh, S (2013) ‘Nude Norms:  The Curious Case of the Castro’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, February, http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/nude-norms-the-curious-case-of-the-castro/

Ashford, C (2012) ‘Reflections and Future Legal Directions After #porntrial’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, August, http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/reflections-and-future-legal-directions-after-porntrial/ (first published on my blog August 2012)

Ashford, C (2012) ‘The Politics of Same-Sex Marriage’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, May, http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/the-politics-of-same-sex-marriage/ (first published on my blog May 2012)

Ashford, C (2012) ‘Making a Fist of It: The Law and Obscenity’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, January:

http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/making-a-fist-of-it-the-law-and-obscenity/

Ashford, C (2011) ‘After Equality’, Huffington Post, 23 November, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chris-ashford/after-equality_b_1082987.html

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Route Minders’, The Lawyer, 19 September.

Ashford, C (2011) ‘The Long Legal Shadow of Section 28’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, July:

http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/the-long-legal-shadow-of-section-28/

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Bareback Porn’, Bent Magazine, June.

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Queer Truth(s) and the Gay Media’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, April: http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/?p=1619

Ashford, C (2011) ‘Vanquishing Vice?’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, March: http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/?p=1574

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Beyond Dead Trees and Defining the University “Experience”’, Directions in Legal Education, Spring, 12.

Ashford, C (2010) ‘Public Toilets and the Limits of Freedom’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/?p=1077

Ashford, C (2010) ‘The Bareback Porn Renegades’, Freedom in a Puritan Age, http://www.freedominapuritanage.co.uk/?p=962

Ashford, C (2008) ‘Time to Throw Off the Profession’s Shackles?’, The Reporter, Spring, 5.

Ashford, C (2006) ‘Blogging, Reflection and Student Assessment’, Directions in Legal Education, Spring 6.

Ashford, C (2005) ‘A Quarrel Far Away?  The Training Framework Review and the Undergraduate Law School’, Directions in Legal Education, Autumn, 11.

Ashford, C (2004) ‘Tesco Law and Legal Education’, Directions in Legal Education, Autumn, 14.

Ashford, C (2003) ‘Are we MAD?  Introducing Mooting and Debating at a Law Firm’, Directions in Legal Education, Autumn, 17.

Ashford, C (2003) ‘Legal Education in Practice’, Directions in Legal Education, Spring, 17.

 

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