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Wells, Celia and Elias, Juanita 2006. Nanotechnologies and corporate criminal liability. In: Hunt, Geoffrey and Mehta, Michael eds. Nanotechnology: Risk, Ethics and Law, Earthscan Science in Society Series, London: Earthscan, pp. 259-271.

Wells, Celia Kay 2006. Getting tough with defences. Criminal Law Review June , pp. 514-525.

Wells, Celia Kay and Elias, Juanita 2005. Catching the conscience of the king: corporate players on the international stage. In: Alston, Philip ed. Non-State Actors and Human Rights, Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 141-175.

Wells, Celia Kay 2005. Corporate criminal responsibility. In: Tully, Stephen ed. Research Handbook on Corporate Legal Responsibility, Elgar Original Reference, Edward Elgar Press, pp. 147-158.

Egede, Tamara and Wells, Celia 2004. An annotated bibliography of the accountability of multinational corporations: a review of international human rights law. [Working Paper]. Working Paper Series, vol. 12. Cardiff: Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability & Society.

Wells, Celia 2004. The impact of feminist thinking on criminal law and justice: contradiction, complexity, conviction and connection. Criminal Law Review (4) , pp. 503-515.

Wells, Celia Kay 2003. The remains of the day: the women law professors project. In: Schultz, Ulrike and Shaw, Gisela eds. Women in the World's Legal Professions, Oñati International Series in Law and Society, vol. 8. Oxford: Hart, pp. 225-246.

Lacey, Nicola, Wells, Celia Kay and Quick, Oliver 2003. Reconstructing criminal law: text and materials. 3rd ed. Law in Context, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wells, Celia and Elias, Juanita 2003. Holding multinational corporations accountable for breaches of human rights. [Discussion Paper]. Centre for Business Relationships Accountability Sustainability and Society, Cardiff University.

Wells, Celia 2003. Multinational corporations and human rights. [Discussion Paper]. Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society (BRASS).

Wells, Celia 2003. International trade in models of corporate liability. [Discussion Paper]. Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society (BRASS).

Wells, Celia 2003. Corporate killing: what is the problem? [Discussion Paper]. Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society (BRASS).

Wells, Celia Kay 2002. The reform of corporate criminal liability. In: De Lacy, John ed. Reform of UK Company Law, London: Cavendish, pp. 291-306.

Wells, Celia Kay 2002. La responsibilita delle persone giuridiche. In: Cadoppi, Alberto ed. Verso un Codice Modello per l'Europa, Casi, Fonti e Studi per il Diritto Penale, Padova: Cedam, pp. 41-51.

Wells, Celia Kay 2002. Women law professors: negotiating and transcending gender identities at work. Feminist Legal Studies 10 (1) , pp. 1-38. 10.1023/A:1014996929238

Wells, Celia 2001. Corporate criminal liability – developments in Europe and beyond. Law Society Journal 39 (Aug) , pp. 62-66.

Wells, Celia 2001. Ladies in waiting: the women law professors' story. The Sydney Law Review 23 (2) , pp. 167-184.

Wells, Celia Kay 2001. Corporations and criminal responsibility. 2nd ed. Oxford Monographs on Criminal Law and Justice, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wells, Celia 2001. Working out women in law schools. Legal Studies 21 (1) , pp. 116-138. 10.1111/j.1748-121X.2001.tb00169.x

Wells, Celia Kay 2000. Provocation: the paradigm principle. In: Ashworth, Andrew and Mitchell, Barry eds. Rethinking English Homicide Law, Oxford Monographs on Criminal Law and Justice, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 85-107.

Wells, Celia 2000. Prosecuting safety a cautionary tale. New Law Journal 150 (6959) , pp. 1648-1649.

Wells, Celia Kay 2000. Groups, girls and fears. In: Bibbings, Lois and Nicolson, Donald eds. Feminist Perspectives on Criminal Law, Feminist Perspectives, London: Cavendish, pp. 123-136.

Quick, Oliver and Wells, Celia 2000. England und Wales. In: Kinzig, Monika and Becker, Jorg eds. Rechtsmittel im Strafrecht: Eine International Vergleichende Untersuchung zur Rechtswirklichkeit und Effizienz von Rechtsmitteln, Vol. 1. Interdisziplinäre Untersuchungen aus Strafrecht und Kriminologie, Freiberg: Edition Luscrim, pp. 9-42.

Wells, Celia Kay 2000. Exceptional women or honorary men? Notes from the woman law professors' project. In: Freeman, Michael D. A. ed. Current Legal Problems 2000, Vol. 53. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 181-203.

Wells, Celia, Morgan, Derek Martin and Quick, Oliver 2000. Disasters: a challenge for the law. Washburn Law Journal 39 (3) , pp. 496-525.

Wells, Celia 1999. The Southall rail crash: testing the tracks of corporate manslaughter. Archbold News (7) , pp. 3-5.

Wells, Celia 1999. The millennium bug and corporate criminal liability. Journal of Information Law and Technology (2)

Wells, Celia 1999. Inquiring into disasters: law, politics and blame. Risk Management 1 (2) , pp. 7-19. 10.1057/palgrave.rm.8240019

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