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Horder, Jeremy (2021) Criminal law at the limit: countering false claims in elections and referendums. Modern Law Review, 84 (3). pp. 429-455. ISSN 0026-7961

Horder, Jeremy (2021) Criminal law and republican liberty: Philip Pettit’s account. Criminal Law and Philosophy. ISSN 1871-9791

Horder, Jeremy (2020) Criminal law and republican liberty: Philip Pettit's account. Criminal Law and Philosophy. ISSN 1871-9791 (In Press)

Horder, Jeremy (2020) Free online speech and the suppression of false claims in politics. Journal of International and Comparative Law. ISSN 2313-3775 (In Press)

Horder, Jeremy (2020) The courts’ development of the criminal law and the role of declarations. Legal Studies, 40 (1). pp. 42-54. ISSN 0261-3875

Horder, Jeremy (2019) Criminal liability for lying in elections: a comparative perspective. Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law. ISSN 1053-6736 (In Press)

Horder, Jeremy (2019) Ministers’ business appointments and criminal misconduct. Criminal Law Review (4). 272 - 290. ISSN 0011-135X

Horder, Jeremy (2018) Criminal law and republican liberty: Philip Pettit's account. LSE Law, Society and Economy Working Papers (10/2018). Department of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Horder, Jeremy (2018) Criminal misconduct in office. Oxford monographs on criminal law and justice. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780198823704

Horder, Jeremy (2018) The mandatory sentence and the case for second degree murder. In: Reed, Alan, Bohlander, Michael, Wake, Nicola, Engleby, Emma and Adams, Verity, (eds.) Homicide in Criminal Law: A Research Companion. Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

Horder, Jeremy (2017) R v Bembridge (1783). In: Handler, Philip, Mares, Henry and Williams, Ian, (eds.) Landmark Cases in Criminal Law. Landmark cases. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK, 81 - 102. ISBN 9781849466899

Horder, Jeremy and Fitz-Gibbon, Kate (2015) When sexual infidelity triggers murder: examining the impact of homicide law reform on judicial attitudes in sentencing. Cambridge Law Journal, 74 (2). pp. 307-328. ISSN 0008-1973

Horder, Jeremy (2015) Excusing information-provision crimes in the bureaucratic state. Current Legal Problems, 68 (1). 197 - 227. ISSN 0070-1998

Horder, Jeremy (2014) Bureaucratic ‘criminal’ law: too much of a bad thing? In: Duff, R A, Farmer, Lindsay, Marshall, S E, Renzo, Massimo and Tadros, Victor, (eds.) Criminalization: The Political Morality of the Criminal Law. Oxford University Press USA, New York, NY, 101 - 131. ISBN 9780198726357

Horder, Jeremy (2014) Bureaucratic 'criminal' law: too much of a bad thing? SSRN Electronic Journal. pp. 1-34. ISSN 1556-5068

Yeung, Karen and Horder, Jeremy (2014) How can the criminal law support the provision of quality in healthcare? BMJ Quality & Safety, 23 (6). pp. 519-524. ISSN 2044-5415

Horder, Jeremy (2013) Deterring bribery: law, regulation and the export trade. In: Horder, Jeremy and Alldridge, Peter, (eds.) Modern Bribery Law: Comparative Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 196-215. ISBN 9781107018730

Horder, Jeremy (2012) Homicide and the politics of law reform. Oxford monographs on criminal law and justice. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199561919

Horder, Jeremy (2012) Harmless wrongdoing and the anticipatory perspective on criminalisation. In: Sullivan, G. R. and Dennis, Ian, (eds.) Seeking Security: Pre-Empting the Commission of Criminal Harms. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 79-103. ISBN 9781849461665

Horder, Jeremy (2011) On Her Majesty's commercial service: bribery, public officials and the UK intelligence services. Modern Law Review, 74 (6). pp. 911-931. ISSN 0026-7961

Horder, Jeremy (2011) Bribery as a form of criminal wrongdoing. Law Quarterly Review, 127. pp. 37-54. ISSN 0023-933X

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