Sexual offences
  • Wall, ‘Sexual Offences and General Reasons Not to Have Sex’ (2015) 35 OJLS 777
  • Dempsey and Herring, ‘Why Sexual Penetration Requires Justification’ (2007) 27 OJLS 467
  • Gardner, ‘The Opposite of Rape’ (2018) 38 OJLS 48
  • Reed et al (eds), Consent: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives (2017)
  • De Than, ‘The Case for a Rational Reconstruction of Consent in Criminal Law’ (2007) 70 MLR 225
  • Huigens, ‘Is Strict Liability Rape Defensible?’ in Duff and Green (eds), Defining Crimes(2005) 196
  • Ashworth and Temkin, ‘Rape, Sexual Assault and the Problems of Consent’ [2004] Crim LR 328
  • Laird, ‘Rapist or Rogue? Deception, Consent and the Sexual Offences Act 2003’ [2014] Crim LR 492
  • Ryan, ‘"Active Deception" v Non-Disclosure: HIV Transmission, Non-Fatal Offences and Criminal Responsibility’ [2019] Crim LR 4
  • Spencer, ‘The Sexual Offences Act 2003: Child and Family Offences’ [2004] Crim LR 347
  • Bowsher, ‘Incest— Should Incest Between Consenting Adults be a Crime?’ [2015] Crim LR 208
  • Gillespie, ‘Indecent Images, Grooming and the Law’ [2006] Crim LR 412
  • McGlynn and Rackley, ‘Image-Based Sexual Abuse’ (2017) 37 OJLS 534