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
1292009
Judicial review and compliance with administrative law
S Halliday
Hart Publishing, 2004
972004
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
832009
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
692008
Conducting law and society research: reflections on methods and practices
S Halliday, P Schmidt
Cambridge University Press, 2009
562009
Human Rights Brought Home: Socio-Legal Perspectives of Human Rights in the National Context
S Halliday, P Schmidt
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2004
562004
Judicial review and bureaucratic impact: International and interdisciplinary perspectives
M Hertogh, S Halliday
Cambridge University Press, 2004
552004
Judicial review and bureaucratic impact: International and interdisciplinary perspectives
M Hertogh, S Halliday
Cambridge University Press, 2004
552004
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
492003
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
432013
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
352008
The influence of judicial review on bureaucratic decision-making
S Halliday
Administrative Law, 245-257, 2018
332018
Knowledge use in an advanced manufacturing environment
N Reed, J Scanlan, G Wills, ST Halliday
Design Studies 32 (3), 292-312, 2011
332011
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
232012
A cultural analysis of administrative justice
S Halliday, C Scott
Administrative justice in context, 183-202, 2009
202009
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
192006
Administrative justice
S Halliday, C Scott
The Oxford Handbook of Empirical Legal Research, Peter Cane, Herbert Kritzer …, 2010
182010
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
162015
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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