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Priaulx, Nicolette, Weinel, Martin, Leonard-Clarke, Willow and Hayes, Thomas 2020. Fear and loathing in legal academia: How we perceive the field of legal academia and our curious imaginaries of how “others” perceive it. British Journal of American Legal Studies 9
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Priaulx, Nicolette, Weinel, Martin, Leonard-Clarke, Willow and Hayes, Thomas 2019. How outsiders see us: Multidisciplinary understandings of legal academia and legal academics. [Working Paper]. LawLab Working Paper Series, Cardiff: LawLab Research Centre.
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Priaulx, Nicolette and Weinel, Martin 2018. Connective knowledge: what we need to know about other fields to ‘envision’ cross-disciplinary collaboration. European Journal of Futures Research 6 , 21.
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Priaulx, Nicolette 2018. Glass walls: The relevancy of states and strategies of ignorance to the future of healthcare law. Presented at: Re-imagining Health Law Workshop, Birmingham, UK, 11 September 2018.

Weinel, Martin and Priaulx, Nicolette 2018. Higher Education Imitation Game & academic law as discipline. Presented at: SEESHOP, Cardiff, UK, 7 - 9 July 2018.

Priaulx, Nicolette, Ivins, Wendy, De Ribaupierre, Helene and Morris, Christopher 2018. The SPARC prototype: Towards a socio-technical innovation designed to create collaborative connections between experts. Presented at: SEESHOP, Cardiff, UK, 7 - 9 July 2018.

Priaulx, Nicolette and Weinel, Martin 2018. Investigating the nature of ‘shared practice language’ and vectors for its acquisition. Presented at: The Centre of the Study of Knowledge, Expertise and Science Research Group Meeting, Cardiff University, 16 November 2018.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2017. A bluffer’s guide to… everything: Law, knowledge and expertise. Presented at: The Futures of Legal Education, The Open University Law School, Milton Keynes, UK, 26 September 2017. -.
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Priaulx, Nicolette M. 2017. Cross-disciplinary collaborative practice. Presented at: Interdisciplinary Research: Opportunities and Challenges, Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 9 June 2017. -.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2017. Reproducing the properties of harms that matter: the normative life of the damage concept in negligence. Journal of Medical Law and Ethics 2017 (1) , -.
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Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2017. The social life of abortion law: On personal and political pedagogy. Medical Law Review 25 (1) , pp. 73-98. 10.1093/medlaw/fww044

Priaulx, Nicolette and Weinel, Martin 2017. Building bridges between disciplines: Multidisciplinary understandings of legal academia. Presented at: Law and Society Association, Mexico City, Mexico, 19-23 July 2017. -.

Priaulx, Nicolette M. and Jones, Natalie 2017. Dying for our own biographies: The Abortion Act 1967. In: Rackley, Erika and Auchmuty, Rosemary eds. Women’s Legal Landmarks: Celebrating 100 Years of Women and Law in the UK and Ireland, Oxford: Hart Publishing,
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Priaulx, Nicolette, Weinel, Martin and Wrigley, Anthony 2016. Rethinking moral expertise. Health Care Analysis 24 (4) , pp. 393-406. 10.1007/s10728-014-0282-7

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2016. A Hitchhiker’s Guide: law, science and interdisciplinarity. Presented at: Behavioural Science in Law & Policy: Evidence, Ethics, & Expertise, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK, 22-23 September 2016. -.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2016. Pro-Life inquiries: When is a Parliamentary Inquiry really a Parliamentary Inquiry? II. [Online]. Lawyers For Choice. Available at: https://lawyersforchoice.wordpress.com/2016/07/18/...

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2016. Pro-Life Inquiries: When is a Parliamentary Inquiry really a Parliamentary Inquiry? I. [Online]. Lawyers For Choice: Lawyers For Choice. Available at: https://lawyersforchoice.wordpress.com/2016/07/12/...

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2016. Law & society in transition: dealing with emerging challenges. Presented at: Fossilisation & Innovation in Law, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK, 11-12 July 2016.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle, Weinel, Martin and Goldsworthy, Christopher 2016. Bolitho: Law, medicine and expertise. In: Coggon, John, McGuinness, Sheelagh, Huxtable, Richard, Hobson, Clark, Smith, Stephen, Miola, Jose and Neal, Mary eds. Ethical Judgments: Rewriting Medical Law, Hart Publishing, pp. 131-137.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2015. Multidisciplinary understandings of legal academia. Presented at: Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA, 11 - 14 November 2015.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2015. Pre(natal) crime: Pregnant women, substance abuse and the law. Medico-Legal Journal 83 (1) , pp. 43-46. 10.1177/0025817214540394

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2015. Exploring the terrain: law, harm and revenge porn. Presented at: Interdisciplinary Workshop on Revenge Porn, Newcastle, 8 June 2015.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2014. Giving a foetus ‘personhood’ will have serious consequences for women. The Conversation 2014 (7 Nov)
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Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2014. Prosecuting mothers-to-be won't help disabled babies. New Scientist 2014 (2 June)

Weinel, Martin and Priaulx, Nicolette 2014. Science communication and expertise. Presented at: Fourth Iowa State University Summer Symposium on Science Communication: Normative Aspects of Science Communication, Aimes, Iowa, 5-7 June 2014.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2014. Policy formation & biomaterials. Presented at: Evolution or Revolution? The Biomaterials Property Debate and Changing Ethical, Legal and Social Norms, Fondation Brocher, Geneva, Switzerland, 16-17 January 2014.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2014. Behavior on a beer mat: law, interdisciplinarity & expertise. Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 2014 (2) , pp. 361-391.
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Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2014. Understanding 'understanding' in science communication. Presented at: 4S/ESOCITE Meeting 2014, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 20-23 August 2014.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Jones, Natalie 2014. Visualising women’s reproductive biographies. Presented at: Medicine, Science and Culture Research Interest Group, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 15 October 2014.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2013. Understanding "understanding" in science communication. In: Goodwin, J. ed. Ethical Issues in Science Communication: A Theory-Based Approach: Proceedings of a Conference at Iowa State University, May 30 - June 1, 2013, Ames, IA: Great Plains Society for the Study of Argumentation, pp. 217-228.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2013. Enabling Science Communication: Skilling up audiences to Listen. Presented at: Ethical Issues in Science Communication: A Theory-Based Approach, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA, 30 May - 1 June 2013.

Priaulx, Nicolette 2013. Negligence is negligence: implications for an egalitarian agenda [Blog]. The Public Life of the Private Law 2013 (10 Jul)
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Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Horan, John 2013. Inquiry on abortion on the grounds of foetal abnormality in England and Wales. London: HM Government.
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Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2013. Rethinking moral expertise. Presented at: Bioethical Expertise, Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 6-7 June 2013.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle, Weinel, Martin and Wrigley, Anthony 2013. Are moral philosophers moral experts? Presented at: SEESHOP7, Tempe, Phoenix, Arizona, 20-24 May 2013.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2013. The troubled identity of the bioethicist. Health Care Analysis 21 (1) , pp. 6-19. 10.1007/s10728-012-0229-9

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2013. The ethics of care: Resetting our social operating system after Rational Man 2.0 and sorting out what we care about. In: Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Wrigley, Anthony eds. Ethics, Law and Society, Ethics, Law and Society, vol. 5. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 15-36.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2013. Theorising the ethical: Ethics as a shared means to a shared end. In: Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Wrigley, Anthony eds. Ethics, Law and Society, Ethics, Law and Society, vol. 5. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 113-122.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2013. Governance: Creating an ethical architecture. In: Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Wrigley, Anthony eds. Ethics, Law and Society, Ethics, Law and Society, vol. 5. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 279-284.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Wrigley, Anthony 2013. Introduction. In: Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Wrigley, Anthony eds. Ethics, Law and Society, Ethics, Law and Society, vol. 5. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 3-6.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Wrigley, Anthony, eds. 2013. Ethics, law and society. Ethics, Law and Society, vol. 5. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle and Weinel, Martin 2013. Understanding "understanding" in science communication. In: Goodwin, Jean ed. Ethical Issues in Science Communication: A Theory-Based Approach: Proceedings of a Conference at Iowa State University, May 30 - June 1, 2013, Great Plains Society for the Study of Argumentation, pp. 217-228.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2012. Law and order on a beer mat: the intellectual tourist. Presented at: Law and Society Association, Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawai'i, 5-8 June 2012.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2012. Endgame: on negligence and reparation for harm. In: Richardson, Janice and Rackley, Erika eds. Feminist Perspectives on Tort Law, Feminist Perspectives, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 36-54.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2012. Humanising negligence: damaged bodies, biographical lives and the limits of law. Adelaide Law Review 33 (1) , pp. 177-198.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2012. On law's promise: thinking about how we think about law's limits. Studies in Law, Politics & Society 57 , pp. 201-246. 10.1108/S1059-4337(2012)0000057009

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2011. Vorsprung durch Technik: on biotechnology, bioethics, and its beneficiaries. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 20 (2) , pp. 174-184. 10.1017/S0963180110000824
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Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2010. Clinical mishaps and novel injuries in family planning. Medico-Legal Journal 78 (1) , pp. 21-26. 10.1258/mlj.2009.009003

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2010. Managing novel reproductive injuries in the Law of Tort: the curious case of destroyed sperm. European Journal of Health Law 17 (1) , pp. 81-95. 10.1163/157180909X12604572349728

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2010. Vorsprung Durch Technik: On biotechnology, bioethics and beneficiaries. Presented at: Centre for Ethics in Medicine Autumn Seminar Series, Centre for Ethics in Medicine, Bristol University, UK, December 2010.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2010. The properties of procreative injury and loss: all too corporeal? Presented at: Law and Society Association, Chicago, IL, May 2010.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2010. On the perils of being disciplined (or, the value of thinking ethically). Presented at: Theorising the Ethical (held by Culture, Imagination & Practice (CIP), and the Cardiff School of Social Sciences Social Theory Forum, Cardiff University, Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University, UK, March 2010.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2009. Rethinking reproductive injury. Family Law 69 , pp. 1161-1166.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2009. Conflicting analyses of wrongful birth: a response to Chris Bruce. Journal of Legal Economics 16 (1) , pp. 55-68.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2009. Why reproductive autonomy matters. Presented at: Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture Series on Healthcare Ethics and Law, Keele University, May 2009.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2008. Reproductive autonomy. In: Cane, Peter and Conaghan, Joanne eds. The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford Companions, Oxford: Oxford University Press,

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2008. Wrongful conception. In: Cane, Peter and Conaghan, Joanne eds. The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford Companions, Oxford: Oxford University Press,

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2008. A womb with a mother in view: reflections on conflicting analyses of wrongful birth (a response to Professor Chris Bruce). Journal of Legal Economics 61 (1) , pp. 55-67. 10.2139/ssrn.1249722
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Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2008. A letter from the UK: tort law and damages for the unwanted child. Journal of Legal Economics 14 (3) , pp. 45-71.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2008. Testing the margin of appreciation: therapeutic abortion, reproductive rights and the intriguing case of Tysiąc v. Poland. European Journal of Health Law 15 (4) , pp. 361-379. 10.1163/157180908X378382

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2008. Rethinking progenitive conflict: why reproductive autonomy matters. Medical Law Review 16 (2) , pp. 169-200. 10.1093/medlaw/fwn009

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2008. A womb with a mother in view: reflections on conflicting analyses of wrongful birth. Presented at: Western Economic Association, Waikiki, Honolulu (Hawai'i), June 2008.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2007. The harm paradox: tort law and the unwanted child in an era of choice. Biomedical Law and Ethics Library, London: Routledge-Cavendish.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2006. Beyond health and disability: rethinking the 'foetal abnormality' ground in abortion law. In: Biggs, Hazel and Horsey, Kirsty eds. Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation, Biomedical Law and Ethics Library, London: Routledge, pp. 205-229.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2006. Beyond Stork Delivery: From Injury to Autonomy in Reconceptualising 'Harm' in Wrongful Pregnancy. Studies in Law, Politics and Society 38 , pp. 105-149. 10.1016/S1059-4337(05)38004-5

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2006. Damages for the unwanted child: time for a rethink? Presented at: Western Economic Association, San Diego, CA, July 2006.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2006. Beyond stork delivery: From injury to autonomy in reconceptualising ‘harm’ in wrongful pregnancy. Studies in Law, Politics & Society 38 , pp. 105-149. 10.1016/S1059-4337(05)38004-5

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2005. Health, disability & parental interests: Adopting a contextual approach in the reproductive torts. European Journal of Health Law 12 (3) , pp. 213-244.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2005. Damages for the "unwanted" child: time for a rethink? Medico-Legal Journal 73 (4) , pp. 152-163. 10.1258/rsmmlj.73.4.152

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2004. Joy to the world! A (healthy) child is born! Reconceptualizing harm in wrongful conception. Social & Legal Studies 13 (1) , pp. 5-26. 10.1177/0964663904040190

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2004. That's one heck of an 'unruly horse': Riding roughshod over autonomy in wrongful conception. Feminist Legal Studies 12 (3) , pp. 317-331. 10.1007/s10691-004-4989-y

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2004. Horseplay in wrongful conception: paying (conventional) lip service to the principle of reproductive autonomy. Presented at: Working Group on Gender and Law, Annual Meeting - The Politics of Legal Feminism, Anavissos, Greece, July 2004.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2004. Joy to the world! A healthy child is born: reconsidering unconventional tortious justice. Presented at: Law and Society Association, Chicago, US, May 2004.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2004. Damage in wrongful pregnancy: all in the mind, baby, all in the mind! Presented at: Work in Progress Staff Series, Keele University, March 2004.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2004. The mitigation ethic: a reasonable case of Catch-22? Presented at: Work in Progress Staff Series, Keele University, December 2004.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2003. Parental disability and wrongful conception. Family Law (Feb) , pp. 117-120.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2002. Mental health review tribunals - just how 'speedily'? Journal of Mental Health Law (July) , pp. 219-228.

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2002. Conceptualising harm in the case of the 'unwanted' child. European Journal of Health Law 9 (4) , pp. 337-359. 10.1163/157180902773123969

Priaulx, Nicolette Michelle 2002. Charging for after-care services under section 117 of the Mental Health Act 1983 - the final word? Journal of Mental Health Law (Dec) , pp. 313-322.

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