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Open Access research that seeks to understand the expanding impact of human rights law on society...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers within the School of Law, including the Centre for the Study of Human Rights Law. Researchers within the Centre explore issues such as the impact of socio-economic rights within the context of immigration and asylum, to human rights within a changing climate, to respect for private life and freedom of expression.

Elsewhere in HaSS, researchers in the School of Social Work & Social Policy are investigating issues surrounding identity, citizenship and belonging among migrant populations, especially in light of significant political, social and economic change.

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Article

Tata, Cyrus and Stephen, Frank (2006) Swings and roundabouts: do changes to the structure of legal aid remuneration make a real difference to criminal case management and case outcomes? Criminal Law Review - London, 2006 (8). pp. 722-741. ISSN 0011-135X

Stephen, Frank H and Butenschon, Hans and Kildea, Mark (1988) The structure of legal services markets in Scotland. Quarterly Economic Commentary, 13 (4). pp. 44-47. ISSN 2046-5378

Stephen, Frank H (1984) The Thatcher government's economic ideology - must intervention be precluded? Quarterly Economic Commentary, 10 (2). pp. 82-84. ISSN 0306-7866

Book Section

Tata, C. and Stephen, F.; Pleasence, P. and Buck, A. and Balmer, N., eds. (2007) When paying the piper gets the 'wrong' tune : the impact of fixed payments on case management, case trajectories and 'quality' in criminal defence work. In: Transforming lives. The Stationery Office, UK, pp. 186-210. ISBN 9780117021464

Monograph

Stephen, Frank H and van Hemmen, Stefan (2004) Market Mobilised Capital, Legal Rules and Enforcement. Discussion paper. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

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