Simon Halliday
Simon Halliday
Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of York
Verified email at york.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Risk, responsibility and reconfiguration: Penal adaptation and misadaptation
F McNeill, N Burns, S Halliday, N Hutton, C Tata
Punishment & Society 11 (4), 419-442, 2009
1212009
Judicial review and compliance with administrative law
S Halliday
Hart Publishing, 2004
942004
Street‐Level Bureaucracy, Interprofessional Relations, and Coping Mechanisms: A Study of Criminal Justice Social Workers in the Sentencing Process
S Halliday, N Burns, N Hutton, F McNeill, C Tata
Law & Policy 31 (4), 405-428, 2009
792009
Assisting and advising the sentencing decision process: The pursuit of ‘quality’in pre-sentence reports
C Tata, N Burns, S Halliday, N Hutton, F McNeill
The British Journal of Criminology 48 (6), 835-855, 2008
672008
Judicial review and bureaucratic impact: International and interdisciplinary perspectives
M Hertogh, S Halliday
Cambridge University Press, 2004
562004
Judicial review and bureaucratic impact: International and interdisciplinary perspectives
M Hertogh, S Halliday
Cambridge University Press, 2004
562004
Human Rights Brought Home: Socio-Legal Perspectives of Human Rights in the National Context
S Halliday, P Schmidt
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2004
552004
Conducting law and society research: reflections on methods and practices
S Halliday, P Schmidt
Cambridge University Press, 2009
532009
The appeal of internal review: Law, administrative justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes
DS Cowan, S Halliday, C Hunter, P Maginn, L Naylor
Hart Publishing, 2003
482003
I fought the law and the law won? Legal consciousness and the critical imagination
S Halliday, B Morgan
Current Legal Problems 66 (1), 1-32, 2013
402013
The influence of judicial review on bureaucratic decision-making
S Halliday
Administrative Law, 245-257, 2018
342018
Shadow writing and participant observation: a study of criminal justice social work around sentencing
S Halliday, N Burns, N Hutton, F McNeill, C Tata
Journal of Law and Society 35 (2), 189-213, 2008
332008
Knowledge use in an advanced manufacturing environment
N Reed, J Scanlan, G Wills, ST Halliday
Design Studies 32 (3), 292-312, 2011
312011
Institutional Racism in Bureaucratic Decision‐Making: A Case Study in the Administration of Homelessness Law
S Halliday
Journal of Law and Society 27 (3), 449-471, 2000
312000
A readiness level approach to manufacturing technology development in the aerospace sector: an industrial approach
MJ Ward, ST Halliday, J Foden
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of …, 2012
212012
A cultural analysis of administrative justice
S Halliday, C Scott
Administrative justice in context, 183-202, 2009
192009
Administrative justice
S Halliday, C Scott
The Oxford Handbook of Empirical Legal Research, Peter Cane, Herbert Kritzer …, 2010
172010
Adjudicating the implementation of homelessness law: The promise of socio-legal studies
D Cowan, S Halliday, C Hunter
Housing Studies 21 (3), 381-400, 2006
172006
An assessment of the court's role in the withdrawal of clinically assisted nutrition and hydration from patients in the permanent vegetative state
S Halliday, A Formby, R Cookson
Medical law review 23 (4), 556-587, 2015
142015
Law in everyday life and death: a socio-legal study of chronic disorders of consciousness
S Halliday, C Kitzinger, J Kitzinger
Legal Studies 35 (1), 55-74, 2015
142015
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