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MCGARRY, John (2022) Constitutional Statutes - 20 years on. In: Constitutional Statutes - 20 Years On, 16 September 2022, Staffordshire University.

MCGARRY, John (2022) The Attorney General and Contempt of Court - A Gentle Polemic. In: Centre for Crime, Justice and Security Public Seminar Series, 13 July 2022, Staffordshire University.

MCGARRY, John (2022) Police, Fire and Crime Commissioners and Police Accountability. In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2022, 6-9 September 2022, King's College London.

MCGARRY, John and SPENCE, Samantha (2021) Response to the Joint Committee on Human Rights call for evidence on the Government’s Independent Human Rights Act Review. Other. Parliament. (In Press)

MCGARRY, John (2021) Sarah Everard: social media and the very real danger of contempt of court. The Conversation.

MCGARRY, John (2021) Boris Johnson may soon have the power to call elections whenever he wants – a legal view on why that’s not a good idea. The Conversation.

MCGARRY, John (2021) Evidence to the Joint Committee on the Fixed-term Parliaments Act’s call for evidence on the proposed Bill to repeal the FTPA 2011. Research report for external body. UK Parliament.

MCGARRY, John (2020) Carltona – A Matter of Intention. Judicial Review. ISSN 1085-4681

MCGARRY, John (2019) Constitutional Statutes – A Brief Overview. Legal Cheek Journal.

MCGARRY, John (2019) Challenging the EU Withdrawal Act. Legal Cheek Journal.

Cowen, Amy and MCGARRY, John (2019) The Attorney General and Contempt of Court – Some political and constitutional questions. In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, 3-6 September 2019, University of Central Lancashire. (Unpublished)

MCGARRY, John and Spence, Samantha (2019) Constitutional Statutes—Roots and Recognition. Statute Law Review. ISSN 0144-3593

MCGARRY, John (2019) The Hermeneutical Academic: Philosophical Hermeneutics as a Model for Academic Behaviour. In: TIRI Conference 2019, 3-4 July 2019, University of Bolton. (Unpublished)

MCGARRY, John (2018) Submission of evidence to the House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Committee consultation: the role of Parliament in the UK constitution. Other. UK Parliament. (Unpublished)

MCGARRY, John (2017) Why Media Reporting of Finsbury Park Attack Differs from that of other incidents. The Conversation.

MCGARRY, John (2017) Kelsen and the Necessity of God in the Natural-Law Doctrine. In: Kelsenian Legal Science and the Nature of Law. Law and Philosophy Library . Springer, pp. 241-255. ISBN 978-3-319-51817-6

MCGARRY, John (2017) The Attorney-General, Contempt of Court and Political Bias. In: Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, 5-7 April 2017, Newcastle University. (Unpublished)

MCGARRY, John (2016) Why the Case Against the Human Rights Act is so Weak. The Conversation.

MCGARRY, John (2016) Intention, Supremacy and the Theories of Judicial Review. Routledge. ISBN 1138856010

MCGARRY, John (2016) Genuineness as an Element of Sufficient Interest. In: Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, 5-7 April 2016, Lancaster University. (Unpublished)

MCGARRY, John (2016) Acing the LLB: Capturing Your Full Potential to Improve Your Grades. Routledge. ISBN 1138853526

MCGARRY, John (2015) Intention, supremacy and judicial review. The Theory and Practice of Legislation, 1 (2). pp. 255-276. ISSN 2050-8840

MCGARRY, John (2015) The Importance of an Expansive Test of Standing. Judicial Review, 19 (1). pp. 60-64. ISSN 1085-4681

MCGARRY, John (2013) Submission of evidence to the Government’s consultation: (2013) Judicial Review: Proposals for Further Reform (CM 8703). Other. Ministry of Justice. (Unpublished)

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