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Braithwaite, Jo (2015) Law, regulation and market infrastructure: the dilemma of client clearing. European Business Organization Law Review . ISSN 1566-7529 (In Press)
Braithwaite, Jo (2015) The origins and implications of contractual estoppel. Law Quarterly Review . ISSN 0023-933X (In Press)
Braithwaite, Jo (2014) The impact of crises by way of the courts. Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, 29 (3). pp. 147-151. ISSN 0269-2694
Braithwaite, Jo and Bridge, Michael G. (2013) Private law and financial crises. Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 13 (2). pp. 361-399. ISSN 1473-5970
Braithwaite, Jo (2012) OTC derivatives, the courts and regulatory reform. Capital Markets Law Journal, 7 (4). pp. 364-385. ISSN 1750-7219
Braithwaite, Jo (2012) Standard form contracts as transnational law: evidence from the derivatives markets. Modern Law Review, 75 (5). pp. 779-805. ISSN 0026-7961
Braithwaite, Jo (2011) The inherent limits of ‘legal devices’: lessons for the public sector's central counterparty prescription for the OTC derivatives markets. European Business Organization Law Review, 12 (01). pp. 87-119. ISSN 1566-7529
Braithwaite, Jo (2010) Diversity staff and the dynamics of diversity policy-making in large law firms. Legal Ethics, 13 (2). pp. 141-163. ISSN 1460-728X
Braithwaite, Jo (2010) The strategic use of demand-side diversity pressure in the solicitors' profession. Journal of Law and Society, 37 (3). pp. 442-465. ISSN 0263-323X
Braithwaite, Jo (2008) Book review: covering: the hidden assault on our civil rights, by Kenji Yoshino. Modern Law Review, 71 (4). pp. 656-661. ISSN 0026-7961
Braithwaite, Jo (2014) Law after Lehmans. Law Society and Economy Working Paper Series, WP11/2014. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Braithwaite, Jo (2011) Private law and the public sector's central counterparty prescription for the derivatives markets. LSE law, society and economy working papers, 02-2011. Department of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.