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Thomas, Christopher Alexander (2015) "Globalising sovereignty"? Pettit's neo-republicanism, international law and international institutions. The Cambridge Law Journal . ISSN 0008-1973 (In Press)
Thomas, Chris (2014) Book review: addressing the turn to science in international law. Science and the precautionary principle in international courts and tribunals: expert evidence, burden of proof and finality by Foster. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 63 (01). pp. 236-242. ISSN 0020-5893
Thomas, Chris (2014) The uses and abuses of legitimacy in international law. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 34 (4). ISSN 0143-6503 (In Press)
Thomas, Chris (2011) Of facts and phantoms: economics, epistemic legitimacy, and WTO dispute settlement. Journal of International Economic Law, 14 (2). pp. 295-328. ISSN 1369-3034
Thomas, Chris (2008) R (on the application of Bancoult) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Appeal judgment, (2008) UKHL 61, (2009) 1 AC 453, ILDC 1538 (UK 2008), 22nd October 2008, House of Lords [HL]. Oxford Reports on International Law, 1 (AC 453).
Thomas, Chris (2008) R. and JUSTICE (intervening) (on the application of Corner House Research and Campaign Against Arms Trade) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office, ex parte BAE Systems plc, Appeal judgment,  UKHL 60,  1 AC 756,  Lloyd's Rep FC 537,  4 All ER 927,  3 WLR 568,  Crim LR 46, ILDC 957 (UK 2008), 30th July 2008, House of Lords [HL]. Oxford Reports on International Law, 1 (AC 756).
Evans, Caroline and Thomas, Chris (2006) Church-state relations in the European Court of human rights. Brigham Young University Law Review , 2006 (3). pp. 699-726. ISSN 0360-151X
Thomas, Chris (2013) The concept of legitimacy and international law. LSE law, society and economy working paper series, WPS 12/2013 . The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Marcus, Anthony, Thomas, Chris and Horning, Amber (2014) Research shows that minor sex trafficking narratives do not reflect the experience of many domestic sex workers. LSE American Politics and Policy (02 May 2014) Blog Entry.