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Yvonne Cripps
Harry T. Ice Chair of Law
  1. Book Review. Mostert and Apolzon, From Edison to iPod: Protect Your Ideas and Make Money, 59 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 219 (2008). [HeinOnline]
  2. Indiana Law in Evolution, BILL OF PARTICULARS, Indiana University School of Law, 40 (Fall, 2006).
  3. The Art and Science of Genetic Modification: Re-Engineering Patent Law and Constitutional Orthodoxies, 11 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 1 (2004). [HeinOnline]
  4. Book Review. Sommerville, The Ethical Canary: Science, Society, and the Human Spirit, 9 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 555 (2002). [HeinOnline]
  5. Patenting Resources: Biotechnology and the Concept of Sustainable Development, 9 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 119 (2001). [HeinOnline]
  6. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF SIR DAVID WILLIAMS (edited with Jack Beatson). Oxford: Oxford University Press: 2000.
  7. The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998, in FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (edited with Jack Beatson). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.
  8. Aspects of Intellectual Property in Biotechnology: Some European Legal Perspectives, in PROTECTION OF GLOBAL BIODIVERSITY: CONVERGING STRATEGIES (Lakshman Guruswamy and Jeffrey A. McNeely, Eds.). Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1998.
  9. The Consequences of Disclosure in the Public Interest, in THE GOLDEN METWAND AND THE CROOKED CORD: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF SIR WILLIAM WADE QC (C.F. Forsyth and Ivan Hare, Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press: 1998.
  10. Recombinant DNA Technology: A Patent Case in the House of Lords, 56 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 262 (1997).
  11. New Statutory Duties of Disclosure for Auditors in the Regulated Financial Sector, 112 LAW QUARTERLY REVIEW 667 (1996).
  12. THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF DISCLOSURE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: AN ANALYSIS OF PROHIBITIONS AND PROTECTIONS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES, 2nd ed. London: Sweet & Maxwell, 1994.
  13. Some Effects of European Law on English Administrative Law, 2 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 213 (1994). [HeinOnline]
  14. The European Patent Convention and Transgenic Animals, 9 BIOTECHNOLOGY LAW REPORT 335 (1990).
  15. Breaches of Copyright and Confidence: The Spycatcher Effect, 1989 PUBLIC LAW 13 (1989).
  16. Book Review. Protecting and Exploiting New Technology and Designs, 18 INDUSTRIAL LAW JOURNAL 194 (1989).
  17. Secrecy, Disclosure and the Public Interest, in MINISTERIAL RESPONSIBILITY (Geoffrey Marshall, Ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
  18. Book Review. Zheng, Chinese Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Law, 47 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 508 (1988).
  19. Book Review. Cane, An Introduction to Administrative Law, 46 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 336 (1987).
  20. Book Review. Phillips, Introduction to Intellectual Property Law, CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 190 (1987).
  21. Negligence, Causation, and Probability Theory, 46 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 389 (1987).
  22. Book Review. The World of Science and the Rule of Law, PQ 223 (1987).
  23. Book Review. McFarlane, Copyright through the Cases, 45 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 540, 1986
  24. European “Rights,” Invalid Actions, and Denial of Damages, 45 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 165 (1986).
  25. Book Review. Whitehorn, Heywood and Massey’s Court of Protection Practice, 45 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 157 (1986).
  26. THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF DISCLOSURE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: AN ANALYSIS OF PROHIBITIONS AND PROTECTIONS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES. Oxford: ESC Publishing, 1986.
  27. Medical Negligence and Liability for Loss of Chance, 45 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 7 (1986).
  28. The Professions: A Critical Review, THE LAW SOCIETY’s GAZETTE 2297 (1986).
  29. Alcohol Measuring Devices and Breaches of Copyright and Confidence, 44 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 35 (1985).
  30. Dismissal, Jurisdiction, and Judicial Review, 44 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 177 (1985).
  31. Book Review. Lahore, Information Technology: The Challenge to Copyright, 44 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 320 (1985).
  32. Protection from Adverse Treatment by Employers: A Review of the Position of Employees Who Disclose Information in the Belief That the Disclosure Is in the Public Interest, 101 LAW QUARTERLY REVIEW 506 (1985).
  33. Book Review. Warnock, A Question of Life: The Warnock Report on Human Fertilisation and Embryology, 44 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 507 (1985).
  34. Book Review. Attorneys’ Dictionary of Medicine, 52 MEDICO-LEGAL JOURNAL 257 (1984).
  35. Book Review. The Economic Implications of Patents in Australia, 6 EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REVIEW 86 (1984).
  36. Judicial Proceedings and Refusals to Disclose the Identity of Sources of Information, 43 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 266 (1984).
  37. Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Judicial Review, 43 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 214 (1984).
  38. Book Review. Weeramantry, The Slumbering Sentinels: Law and Human Rights in the Wake of Technology, 33 INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW QUARTERLY 770 (1984).
  39. Proposed Reforms of Intellectual Property Law, 6 EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REVIEW 21 (1984).
  40. The Public Interest Defence to the Action for Breach of Confidence and the Law Commission’s Proposals on Disclosure in the Public Interest, 4 OXFORD JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES 361 (1984).
  41. Disclosure in the Public Interest: The Predicament of the Public Sector Employee, 1983 PUBLIC LAW 600 (1983).
  42. Injunctions, Dismissal, Contracts of Employment and Judicial Review, 42 CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL 180 (1983).
  43. The Refusal of Patents for Methods of Medical Treatment: A Preference for Parliamentary Guidance, 5 EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REVIEW 173 (1983).
  44. A Legal Perspective on the Control of the Technology of Genetic Engineering, 44 THE MODERN LAW REVIEW 369 (1981).
  45. The Patentability of Genetically Engineered Microorganisms: A Change in Judicial Attitudes, 1981 NEW ZEALAND LAW JOURNAL 13 (1981).
  46. Avenues of Compensation for Genetic Engineering Accidents, 9 NEW ZEALAND UNIVERSITIES LAW REVIEW 150 (1980).
  47. CONTROLLING TECHNOLOGY: GENETIC ENGINEERING AND THE LAW. New York: Praeger, 1980.
  48. A New Frontier for International Law, 29 INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW QUARTERLY 1 (1980).
  49. Genetic Engineering: A Problem for the Patent Office?, 1979 NEW ZEALAND LAW JOURNAL 232 (1979).
  50. Novel Genetic Testing Techniques: Some Legal Issues, NEW ZEALAND SCIENCE REVIEW 27 (1979).
  51. Contracting Out of the Matrimonial Property Act of 1976, 9 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY WELLINGTON LAW REVIEW 101 (1977/78).