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sp10002@cam.ac.uk

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Room: T12

Tel: (3)30091

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Room: B22

Tel: (3)38894

University Senior Lecturer

Interests

Stephanie Palmer's  research interests lie in the fields of human rights, constitutional law and feminist theory. Current research projects include the role of law in promoting healthier lifestyles especially in relation to tobacco use and excessive alcohol consumption and legal issues at the beginning and end of life.  She has a research interest in ‘Bills of Rights’ and related constitutional developments, especially in the UK.  She is a member of the Centre for Public Law and the Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences.

She lectures and supervises students in Civil Liberties and Human Rights, European Human Rights Law, Constitutional and Administrative Law and Medical Law and Life Sciences.  She is currently supervising doctoral theses on a range of public law and human rights topics.  She is a Fellow at Girton College where she is a Director of Studies and a barrister at Blackstone Chambers, London. She is on the editorial board of the European Human Rights Law Review and the International Journal of Constitutional Law (I*CON).

Publications

 

Books

"Human Rights: Judicial Protection in the United Kingdom (Co Author)" (Sweet and Maxwell)

Co-Author/s:
Beatson, Grosz, Hickman and Singh
Published:
Oct 2008
Publisher:
Sweet and Maxwell
ISBN 13:
978-0-421-90250-3

"Visible Women: Essaya on Feminist Legal Theory and Political Philosophy" (Hart Publishing) (Ed)

Editor's Name:
1841131954, 9781841131955
Co-Author/s:
Susan James
Published:
Feb 2002
Publisher:
Hart Publishing

Articles

"Abortion and Human RIghts" [2014] European Human RIghts Law Review 596-605

Citation:
[2014] European Human RIghts Law Review 596-605
Published:
Jan 2014

"'European Court of Human Rights'" New Oxford Companion to Law (OUP 2008) 418-419

Citation:
New Oxford Companion to Law (OUP 2008) 418-419
Published:
Mar 2011

"'R v. R (1992) '" New Oxford Companion to Law (OUP 2008) 978

Citation:
New Oxford Companion to Law (OUP 2008) 978
Published:
Mar 2011

"'Data Protection'" New Oxford Companion to Law (OUP 2008) 296-7

Citation:
New Oxford Companion to Law (OUP 2008) 296-7
Published:
Mar 2011

"Public Functions and Private Services: A Gap in Human Rights Protection"" (2008) 6 International Journal of Constitutional Law 585

Citation:
(2008) 6 International Journal of Constitutional Law 585
Published:
Oct 2009

Book Chapters

"‘Public Authorities and Human Rights’" in (Ed), Boundaries of the State (CUP)

Publisher:
CUP
Published Date:
Jan 2016

"Regulating Unhealthy Life Styles in The UK and South Africa: Constitutional Issues" in Tania Voon, Andrew D. Mitchell & Jonathan Liberman, Regulating Tobacco, Alcohol and Unhealthy Foods: The Legal Issues (forthcoming) (Routledge UK) (Ed)

Publisher:
Routledge UK
Published Date:
Jul 2014
Co-Author/s:
Tania Voon, Andrew D. Mitchell & Jonathan Liberman

"Regulation of Political Broadcasting: The Role of the Judiciary" in K.Ewing, J. Rowbottom and J Cheong Tham, Funding of Political Parties: Where Now? (Routledge) (Ed)

Publisher:
Routledge
Published Date:
Feb 2011
Co-Author/s:
K.Ewing, J. Rowbottom and J Cheong Tham

"Roberts v Hopwood:Commentary" in Rosemary Hunter, Clare McGlynn and Erika Rackley, Feminist Judgments:From Theory to Practice (Hart Publishing, Oxford) (Ed), pp. 381

Publisher:
Hart Publishing, Oxford
Pages:
381
Published Date:
Oct 2010
ISBN 13:
9781849460538
Co-Author/s:
Rosemary Hunter, Clare McGlynn and Erika Rackley

Case Notes

Max Mosley and the Right to Respect for Private Life [2012-13] Greek Public Law Journal 27

Published:
Feb 2014

Protecting the right to respect for family life in "foreign" cases (2009) 68 C.L.J. 498

Published:
Mar 2011

Military Intervention, public inquiries and the right to life (2009) 68 CLJ 17

Published:
Oct 2009