Parties to crime
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  • Taylor, ‘Complicity, Legal Scholarship and the Law of Unintended Consequences’ (2009) 29 LS 1
  • Taylor, ‘Procuring, Causation, Innocent Agency and the Law Commission’ [2008] Crim LR 32
  • Gardner, ‘Complicity and Causality’ (2007) 1 Crim L & Phil 127
  • Sullivan, ‘Doing Without Complicity’ [2012] JCCL 199
  • Krebs, ‘Joint Criminal Enterprise’ (2010) 73 MLR 578
  • Ormerod and Laird, ‘Jogee— Not the End of a Legal Saga but the Start of a New One?’ [2016] Crim LR 543
  • Buxton, ‘Jogee: Upheaval in Secondary Liability for Murder’ [2016] Crim LR 324
  • Stark, ‘The Demise of “Parasitic Accessorial Liability”: Substantive Judicial Law Reform, not Common Law Housekeeping’ (2016) 75 CLJ 550
  • Simester, ‘Accessory Liability and Common Unlawful Purposes’ (2017) 133 LQR 73
  • Dyson, ‘Shorn-Off Complicity’ (2016) 75 CLJ 196;
  • Dyson, ‘Principals without Distinction’ [2018] Crim LR 296
  • Child and Sullivan, ‘The Current State of Murder in English Law: A Critique, Wrong Turns and All’ in Reed et al (eds), Homicide in Criminal Law (2018) 62