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Bernard S Jackson

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Full list

(last updated February 2017)

 

Bernard Stuart Jackson, b. 1944, holds degrees from Liverpool (LL.B. (Hons), l965), Oxford (D. Phil., 1969), Edinburgh (LL.D., 1987) and Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati (D.H.L., honoris causa, 1998). He has held posts at the Universities of Georgia (USA), Edinburgh, Liverpool Polytechnic, Kent, Liverpool (Queen Victoria Professor of Law, 1989-97) and Manchester (Co-Director of the Centre for Jewish Studies, 1997-2009; Director of the Agunah Research Unit, 2004-2009), and Visiting Appointments in Jerusalem, Oxford, Harvard, Paris, Bologna and Brussels. He is now a Professor Emeritus at the University of Manchester. His research interests are in the semiotics of law and the history and philosophy of Jewish law: he was a founder member of the International Association for the Semiotics of Law and of its journal, the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law; founder editor of The Jewish Law Annual; past President and Chairman of The Jewish Law Association.



Books (sole Author)

Theft in Early Jewish Law, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1972

Essays in Jewish and Comparative Legal History, Leiden, E. J Brill, 1975

Semiotics and Legal Theory, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1985; paperback ed. 1987, reprinted Deborah Charles Publications 1997


Law, Fact and Narrative Coherence
, Merseyside, Deborah Charles Publications, 1988; paperback ed. 1990


Making Sense in Law. Linguistic, Psychological and Semiotic Perspectives,
Liverpool, Deborah Charles Publications, 1995, pp.xii + 512


Making Sense in Jurisprudence
, Liverpool, Deborah Charles Publications, 1996, pp.362

Studies in the Semiotics of Biblical Law, Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press, 2000, pp.332 (JSOT Supplement Series, 314)

Wisdom-Laws: A Study of the Mishpatim of Exodus 21:1-22:16, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp.552

Essays on Halakhah in the New Testament, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2007, pp.264 (Jewish and Christian Perspectives Series, 16)

Agunah: The Manchester Analysis, Liverpool, Deborah Charles Publications, 2011, pp. x +299, now available as free pdf from http://www.manchesterjewishstudies.org/publications/

 

Books (Editor)

Studies in Jewish Legal History in Honour of David Daube, London, Jewish Chronicle Publications, 1974

Modern Research in Jewish Law, Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1980

Jewish Law in Legal History and the Modern World, Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1980

Semiotics, Law and Social Science, ed. D. Carzo & B. S. Jackson, Reggio and Rome, Casa del libro editrice, 1985

The Touro Conference Volume, Chico. Ca., Scholars Press, 1985 (Jewish Law Association Studies I)

The Jerusalem Conference Volume, Atlanta, Ga., Scholars Press, 1986 (Jewish Law Association Studies II)

The Jewish Law Annual, 1978-

The Liverpool Law Review, 1979-85

The Boston Conference Volume, Atlanta, Ga., Scholars Press, 1989 (Jewish Law Association Studies IV)

The Halakhic Thought of R. Isaac Herzog, with a Foreword by the President of the State of Israel, Atlanta, Ga., Scholars Press, 1991 (Jewish Law Association Studies V)

The Jerusalem 1990 Conference Volume, ed. B.S. Jackson and S.M. Passamaneck, Atlanta, Ga., Scholars Press, 1992 (Jewish Law Association Studies, VI)

Legal Visions of the New Europe. Essays Celebrating the Centenary of the Faculty of Law, University of Liverpool, ed. B.S. Jackson and D. McGoldrick, Dordrecht, Graham & Trotman, Martinus Nijhoff, 1993

Legal Semiotics and the Sociology of Law, ed. B.S. Jackson, Oñati, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, 1994, pp.378 (Oñati Proceedings, 16)

An Introduction to the History and Sources of Jewish Law, ed. N. Hecht, B.S. Jackson, D. Piattelli, S.M. Passamaneck and A.M. Rabello, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1996, Pp.xvii + 466

Articles and Major Reviews

  1. "Evolution and Foreign Influence in Ancient Law", American Journal of Comparative Law 16 (1968), 372-390.
  2. "Some Comparative Legal History: Robbery and Brigandage", Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law l (1970), 45-103.
  3. "'Fact-Based' Classifications of Law: An Historical Perspective", Journal of the Society of Public Teachers of Law 11 (1971), 149-153.
  4. "Liability for Mere Intention in Early Jewish Law", Hebrew Union College Annual 42 (1971), 197-225.
  5. "Foreign Influence in the Early Jewish Law of Theft", Revue Internationale des Droits de l'Antiquité 18 (1971), 25-42.
  6. "Principles and Cases: The Theft Laws of Hammurabi", The Irish Jurist 7 (1972), 161-170.
  7. Review of A.S. Diamond, Primitive Law, Past and Present, The Law Quarterly Review 88 (1972), 161-170.
  8. "A New Work on the Sources of Halakah", Journal of Jewish Studies 23 (1972), 82-89.
  9. "Reflections on Biblical Criminal Law", Journal of Jewish Studies 24 (1973), 8-38.
  10. "The Problem of Exod. xxi.22-25 (Ius Talionis)", Vetus Testamentum 23 (1973), 273-304.
  11. Review of Falk, Introduction to Jewish Law of the Second Commonwealth, Journal of Jewish Studies 24 (1974), 319-323.
  12. "The Fence-Breaker and the actio de pastu pecoris in Early Jewish Law", Journal of Jewish Studies 25 (1974), 123-136.
  13. "The Goring Ox Again", Journal of Juristic Papyrology 18 (1974), 55-93.
  14. "Liability for Animals in Scottish Legal Literature: From the Auld Lawes to the Sixteenth Century", The Irish Jurist 10 (1975), 334-351.
  15. "From Dharma to Law", American Journal of Comparative Law 23 (1975), 490-512.
  16. "A Note on Exodus 22:4 (MT)", Journal of Jewish Studies 27 (1976), 138-141.
  17. "Liability for Animals in Scottish Legal Literature: From Stair to the Modern Law", The Juridical Review 22 (1977), 139-163.
  18. "Injured Feelings Resulting from Breach of Contract", International and Comparative Law Quarterly 26 (1977), 502-515.
  19. "Cave Canem", The Modern Law Review 40 (1977), 590-596.
  20. "Susanna and the Singular History of Singular Witnesses", Acta Juridica (1977), 37-54 (Essays in Honour of Ben Beinart).
  21. Review of Englard, Religious Law in the Israel Legal System, American Journal of Comparative Law 25 (1977), 176-184.
  22. "On the Origins of Scienter", The Law Quarterly Review 94 (1978), 85-102, xvi.
  23. "Travels and Travails of the Goring Ox: The Biblical Text in British Sources", Studies in Bible and the Ancient Near East Presented to S.E. Loewenstamm, ed. Y. Avishur & J. Blau, Jerusalem, Rubinstein, 1978, 41-56.
  24. "Liability for Animals in Roman Law: An Historical Sketch", The Cambridge Law Journal 37 (1978), 122-143.
  25. "Damascus Document 9:16-23 and Parallels", Revue de Qumran 9 (1978), 445-450.
  26. "Maimonides' Definitions of Tam and Mu'ad", The Jewish Law Annual 1 (1978), 168-176.
  27. "Legalism", Journal of Jewish Studies 30 (1979), 1-22.
  28. "The Concept of Religious Law in Judaism", Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt, Berlin, W. de Gruyter, 1979, Bd. II.19.1, 33-52.
  29. "The Prospects for Codification or Restatement of Jewish Law: A Personal Summation", The Jewish Law Annual 2 (1979), 180-184.
  30. Structuralism and Legal Theory, Liverpool, Liverpool Polytechnic Press, 1979 (Occasional Paper). click here for details of availability)
  31. "Offer and Acceptance in the Supermarket", Preston Law Review 1 (1978), 18-26; shortened version in New Law Journal 129 (1979), 775-777 (9.8.79).
  32. "Stop Knocking Nock", The Liverpool Law Review 1 (1979), 85-97 (with M. Jefferson).
  33. Review of Langbein, Torture and the Law of Proof. Europe and England in the Ancien Régime, Journal of the Society of Public Teachers of Law 14 (1979), 303-305.
  34. "Towards an Integrated Approach to Criminal Law: Fletcher's Rethinking Criminal Law", The Criminal Law Review (1979), 621-629.
  35. "Modern Research in Jewish Law: Some Theoretical Issues", in Modern Research in Jewish Law, ed. B.S. Jackson, Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1980, 136-157.
  36. "History, Dogmatics and Halakhah", in Jewish Law in Legal History and the Modern World, ed. B.S. Jackson, Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1980, 1-26 (The Jewish Law Annual, Supplementary Series, 2).
  37. "Introduction" (Symposium on Unjust Enrichment), The Jewish Law Annual 3 (1980), 3-8.
  38. "Towards a Structuralist Theory of Law", The Liverpool Law Review 2 (1980), 5-30.
  39. "Human and Divine Cognition in Biblical and Early Rabbinic Law" (Heb.), Shenaton Ha-Mishpat Ha-Ivri 6-7 (1980), 61-70 (Festschrift for Justice Haim Cohn).
  40. "Historical Aspects of Legal Drafting in the Light of Modern Theories of Cognitive Development", International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 3 (1980), 349-369.
  41. "On the Problem of Roman Influence on the Halakhah and Normative Self-Definition in Judaism", in Jewish and Christian Self-Definition, ed. E.P. Sanders, London, SCM Press, 1981, vol.II, 157-203 (text), 352-379 (notes).
  42. "Introduction" (Symposium on The Wife's Right to Divorce), The Jewish Law Annual 4 (1981), 3-8.
  43. "Jésus et Moïse: le Statut du Prophète à l'égard de la Loi", Revue historique de droit français et étranger 59 (1981), 341-360; shortened Italian version in Atti del Secondo Congresso, ed. F. Parente and D. Piattelli, Rome, Carucci, 1983, 95-100 (Associazione italiana per lo Studio del Giudaismo, Testi e Studi 1).
  44. "Structuralisme et 'sources du droit'", Archives de Philosophie du Droit 27 (1982), 147-160.
  45. "Legal Drafting in the Ancient Near East in the Light of Modern Theories of Cognitive Development", Mélanges à la mémoire de Marcel-Henri Prévost, Paris, PUF, 1982, 49-66.
  46. "Structuralism and the Notion of Religious Law", Investigaciones Semióticas 2/3 (1982-3), 1-43 (Carabobo, Venezuela).
  47. "Distraint in the Laws of Eshnunna and Hammurabi", Studi in onore di Cesare Sanfilippo, Rome, Giuffrè, 1984, vol. V, pp.411-419 (with T. F. Watkins).
  48. "On the Tyranny of the Law", The Israel Law Review 18 (1983), 327-347.
  49. "The Ceremonial and the Judicial: Biblical Law as Sign and Symbol", Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 30 (1984), 25-50, reprinted in J.W. Rogerson, The Pentateuch. A Sheffield Reader, Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press, 1996.
  50. "The Memorials in Haggart and H.M. Advocate v. Hogg and Soutar 1738", in Miscellany II, ed. W.D.H. Sellar, Edinburgh, The Stair Society, 1984, 221-260.
  51. "Hart and Dworkin on Discretion: Some Semiotic Perspectives", in Semiotics, Law and Social Science, ed. D. Carzo & B. S. Jackson, Reggio and Rome, Casa del libro editrice, 1985, 145-167; French version in Archives de Philosophie du Droit 34 (1989), 243-258 (no.78, below).
  52. "Law" (548-551), "Murder" (663-664) and "Robbery" (873-874) in Harper's Bible Dictionary, ed. P.J. Achtemeier, San Francisco, Harper & Row, 1985.
  53. "Kelsen between Formalism and Realism", The Liverpool Law Review VII/1 (1985), 79-93.
  54. Review of Jacobs, A Tree of Life. Diversity, Flexibility and Creativity in Jewish Law, Legal Studies 5/2 (1985), 233-238.
  55. "Emerging Issues in Legal Semiotics", Droit Prospectif. Revue de la Recherche Juridique (1986-2), 17-37.
  56. "Semiotics and Critical Legal Studies", Working Papers of the Institute of Sociology, University of Messina, no.4 (1986); French translation in Droit et Société 8 (1988), 61-71.
  57. "Natural Law Questions and the Jewish Tradition", Vera Lex VI(2) (1986), 1-2, 6, 10.
  58. "Secular Jurisprudence and the Philosophy of Jewish Law: A Commentary on Some Recent Literature", The Jewish Law Annual 6 (1987), 3-42.
  59. Review article: "Peshat/Derash" (Reviews of J. Faur, Golden Doves and Silver Dots, and G.H. Hartmann and S. Budick, eds., Midrash and Literature), Textual Practice 1/3 (1987), 333-339.
  60. "Can Legal Semiotics Contribute to Natural Law Studies?", Vera Lex VII/1 (1987), 9, 14, 18.
  61. "Some Semiotic Questions for Biblical Law", The Oxford Conference Volume, ed. A.M. Fuss, Atlanta, Scholars Press, 1987, 1-25 (Jewish Law Association Studies III).
  62. "Rationalité consciente et inconsciente dans la théorie du droit et la science juridique", Revue interdisciplinaire des études juridiques 19 (1987), 1-18.
  63. "Compétence" (52-54), "Légalisme" (223-225), "Sociolinguistique - Applications au domaine du droit" (379), "Structure" (399-401), Dictionnaire de théorie et de sociologie du droit, ed. A.J. Arnaud, Paris & Bruxelles, L.G.D.J. and E. Story-Scientia, 1988.
  64. Review of Goodrich, Reading the Law and Legal Discourse, Legal Studies 8/1 (1988), 125-131.
  65. Editorial, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 1/2 (1988), 113-116.
  66. "Can One Speak of the 'Deep Structure' of Law ?", in Theory and Systems of Legal Philosophy, ed. S. Panou et al, Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 1988, 250-261 (ARSP Supplementum III).
  67. "Biblical Laws of Slavery: a Comparative Approach", in Slavery and other Forms of Unfree Labour, ed. L. Archer, London and New York, Routledge, 1988, 86-101 (History Workshop Series).
  68. "Some Features of the Mishpatim", in Wünschet Jerusalem Frieden, Collected Communications to the XIIth Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament, Jerusalem 1986, ed. Matthias Augustin and Klaus-Dietrich Schunck, Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 1988, 235-242 (Beiträge zur Erforschung des Alten Testaments und des Antiken Judentums, 13).
  69. "Conscious and Unconscious Rationality in Law and Legal Theory", in Reason in Law, Proceedings of the Conference Held in Bologna, 12-15 December 1984, ed. Carla Faralli and Enrico Pattaro, Milan, Giuffrè, 1988, III. 281-299.
  70. "Narrative Models in Legal Proof", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique I/3 (1988), 225-246.
  71. "Ideas of Law and Legal Administration: a Semiotic Approach", in The World of Ancient Israel: Sociological, Anthropological and Political Perspectives, ed. R.E. Clements, Cambridge University Press, 1989, 185-202.
  72. "Jewish Law or Jewish Laws", The Jewish Law Annual 8 (1989), 15-34.
  73. "The Normative Syllogism and the Problem of Reference", in Law, Interpretation and Reality, Essays in Epistemology, Hermeneutics and Jurisprudence, ed. P. Nerhot, Dordrecht etc., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990, 379-401 (Law and Philosophy Library, 11).
  74. "Semiotics and the Problem of Interpretation", in Law, Interpretation and Reality, Essays in Epistemology, Hermeneutics and Jurisprudence, ed. P. Nerhot, Dordrecht etc., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990, 84-103 (Law and Philosophy Library, 11).
  75. "Narrative Theories and Legal Discourse", in Narrative in Culture, ed. C. Nash, London, Routledge, 1990, 23-50.
  76. "Law" in A Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation, ed. R.J. Coggins and J.L. Houlden, London, SCM Press and Philadelphia, Trinity Press International, 1990, 383-386.
  77. "British Legal Education", Law Library Journal 81/4 (1989), 667-678.
  78. "Hart et Dworkin sur le pouvoir discrétionnaire: points de vue sémiotiques", Archives de Philosophie du Droit 34 (1989), 243-258 (translation of no.51, above).
  79. "Is Diversity Possible within the Halakhah?", L'Eylah 29 (April, 1990), 35-38.
  80. "Legalism and Spirituality: Historical, Philosophical and Semiotic Notes on Legislators, Adjudicators, and Subjects" in Religion and Law, Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, ed. E.B. Firmage, B.G. Weiss and J.W. Welch, Winona Lake, Eisenbrauns, 1990, 243-261.
  81. "The "Autonomy Thesis" and the "Pragmatic Turn": A Response to Ralph Lindgren", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique III/9 (1990), 303-308.
  82. "On Scholarly Developments in Legal Semiotics", Ratio Juris 3/3 (1990), 415-424.
  83. "Interpretation as Professional Practice", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique IV/10 (1991), 99-107.
  84. The Teaching of Jewish Law in British Universities, Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, 1991, 26pp.
  85. "Semiótica y Crítica Jurídica", Cuadernos del Istituto de Investigaciones Juridicas V/14 (1990), 295-317 (trad. de Rosa E. Talavera S.).
  86. "Towards a Semiotic Model of the Games Analogy in Jurisprudence", Droit et Société 17-18 (1991), 97-121, reprinted in Le jeu: un paradigme pour le droit, ed. F. Ost and M. van de Kerchove (Paris, L.G.D.J., 1992) 137-164.
  87. "Eilberg-Schwartz's The Human Will in Judaism", The Jewish Quarterly Review 81/1-2 (1990), 179-188.
  88. "Analogy in Legal Science: Some Comparative Observations", in Legal Knowledge and Analogy, ed. P. Nerhot, Dordrecht etc., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991, 145-165 (Law and Philosophy Library, 12).
  89. "Semiotic Scepticism: A Response to Neil MacCormick", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique IV/11 (1991), 175-190.
  90. Review of R. Cocks, Sir Henry Maine: A Study of Victorian Jurisprudence, Journal of Legal History 12/1 [1991), 91-93.
  91. "Law and Language: A Metaphor for Maine, A Model for his Successors?", in The Victorian Achievement of Sir Henry Maine, ed. A. Diamond, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1992, 256-293.
  92. "Storkwain: A Case Study in Strict Liability and Self-Regulation", [1991] Criminal Law Review 892-899.
  93. "Introduction: Semiotics and Institutional Theory", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique IV/12 (1991), 227-232.
  94. Review of M. Kelman, A Guide to Critical Legal Studies, and A. Hunt and P. Fitzpatrick, Critical Legal Studies, Textual Practice 5/2 (1991), 278-282.
  95. "Practical Wisdom and Literary Artifice in the Covenant Code", in The Jerusalem 1990 Conference Volume, ed. B.S. Jackson and S.M. Passamaneck, Atlanta, Scholars Press, 1992, 65-92 (Jewish Law Association Studies, VI).
  96. "The Wisdom of the Inessential" (Review article on Douzinas, Warrington and McVeigh, Postmodern Jurisprudence), Legal Studies 12/1 (1992), 103-117.
  97. "Pour un modèle sémiotique de l'analogie du jeu en théorie du droit", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique V/13 (1992), 55-90.
  98. "Parse it!", Bulletin of the International Association for the Semiotics of Law, 6 (1990), 2, translated in "L'Analisi di 'analisi': una polemica tra giuristi inglesi", ed. M. Ricciardi, Il giusto processo 9-10 (1991), 243-253.
  99. "Introduction", in La découverte du sens en droit, ed. F. Paychère, Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 1992, 9-16 (Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, Beiheft Nr. 48)
  100. "MacCormick on Logical Justification in Easy Cases: A Semiotic Critique", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique V/14 (1992), 203-214.
  101. "The Prophet and the Law in Early Judaism and the New Testament", Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature 4/2 (Fall 1992), 123-166, reprinted in The Paris Conference Volume, ed. S.M. Passamaneck and M. Finley, Atlanta, Scholars Press, 1994, 67-112 (Jewish Law Association Studies, VII).
  102. "'Legal Visions of the New Europe': Ius Gentium, Ius Commune, European Law", in Legal Visions of the New Europe. Essays Celebrating the Centenary of the Faculty of Law, University of Liverpool, ed. B.S. Jackson and D. McGoldrick, Dordrecht, Graham & Trotman, Martinus Nijhoff, 1993, 3-35.
  103. "European Convention of Human Rights Articles 6 & 12: Some Semiotic Observations", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique VI/16 (1993), 45-69.
  104. "The Trials of Jesus and Jeremiah", Brigham Young University Studies 32/4 (1992), 63-77.
  105. "Who is a Jew?: Some Semiotic Observations on a Judgment of the Israel Supreme Court", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique VI/17 (1993), 115-146.
  106. "The Nature of Analogical Argument in Early Jewish Law", in The Jewish Law Annual XI (1993), 137-168.
  107. "Culture juridique juive", in Dictionnaire encyclopédique de théorie et de sociologie du droit, 2nd ed. A.J. Arnaud, Paris & Bruxelles, L.G.D.J., 1993, 159-161.
  108. "Piaget, Kohlberg and Habermas: Psychological and Communicational Approaches to Legal Theory", in Laws and Rights, ed. V. Ferrari and C. Faralli, Milan, Giuffrè, 1993, II.571-592.
  109. "Law, Language and Narrative: David Daube on Some Divine Speech-Acts", in Essays in Law and Religion. The Berkeley and Oxford Symposia in Honour of David Daube, ed. C.M. Carmichael, Berkeley, University of California at Berkeley, 1993, 51-66.
  110. "Code and Custom", in Critic of Institutions Vol.I: Codes and Customs, ed. R. Kevelson, New York, Peter Lang, 1994, 119-138.
  111. "Towards an Interdisciplinary Model of Legal Communication", in Legal Semiotics and the Sociology of Law, ed. B.S. Jackson, Oñati, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, 1994, 97-110.
  112. "Anglo-Saxon Wills: Response to Danet and Bogoch", in Legal Semiotics and the Sociology of Law, ed. B.S. Jackson, Oñati, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, 1994, 295-298.
  113. "Towards a Semiotic Model of Professional Practice, with some Narrative Reflections on the Criminal Process", International Journal of the Legal Profession I/1 (1994), 55-79.
  114. "Thématisation et typifications narratives en droit", Protée 22/2 (1994), 57-68, in special issue, "Le lieu commun", ed. E. Landowski and A. Semprini, Chicoutimi, Université du Québec, 1994. English version: "Thematisation and the Narrative Typifications of the Law", in D. Nelken, ed., Law as Communication, Andover: Dartmouth Publishing Co., 1996, 175-194.
  115. "Some Semiotic Features of a Judicial Summing-Up in an English Criminal Trial: R. v. Biezanek", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique VII/20 (1994), 201-224.
  116. "Envisaging Law", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique VII/21 (1994), 311-334.
  117. "From Dharma to Law", in H. Goodman, ed., Between Jerusalem and Benares, Albany, SUNY Press, 1994, 181-193, 325-331 (reprinted from no.15 above).
  118. "The Teaching of Jewish Law in British Universities", in G. Abramson and T. Parfitt, eds., Jewish Education and Learning, Published in honour of Dr. David Patterson on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, Chur, Harwood Academic Publishers, 1994, 93-113 (reprinted from no.84 above).
  119. "On Scholarly Developments in Legal Semiotics", in M.D.A. Freeman, ed., Lloyd's Introduction to Jurisprudence, London, Sweet & Maxwell, 1994, 6th ed., 1246-1253 (reprinted from no.82 above).
  120. "The Literary Presentation of Multiculturalism in Early Biblical Law", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique VIII/23 (1995), 181-206.
  121. "Modelling Biblical Law: The Covenant Code", Chicago-Kent Law Review 70:4 (1995), 1745-1827.
  122. "'Anchored Narratives' and the Interface of Law, Psychology and Semiotics", Legal and Criminological Psychology 1 (1996), 17-45.
  123. "Talion and Purity: Some Glosses on Mary Douglas", in Reading Leviticus, A Conversation with Mary Douglas, ed. J. Sawyer, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996, 107-123.
  124. "Jewish Law During the Second Commonwealth Period" (with D. Piattelli), in An Introduction to the History and Sources of Jewish Law, ed. N. Hecht, B.S. Jackson, D. Piattelli, S.M. Passamaneck and A.M. Rabello, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1996, 19-56.
  125. "An Aye for an I?: the Semiotics of Lex Talionis in the Bible", in Semiotics and the Human Sciences: New Directions - Essays in Honor of Roberta Kevelson, ed. W. Pencak and J. Ralph Lindgren, New York and Bern: Peter Lang, 1997, 127-150.
  126. "Who Enacts Statutes?", Statute Law Review 18/3 (1997), 177-207.
  127. Review of O.F. Robinson, The Criminal Law of Ancient Rome, in Liverpool Classical Monthly 20/3-4 (1995), 61-64.
  128. "Biblical Literature: An Overview", in A Historical Guide to World Slavery, ed. S. Drescher and S.L. Engerman (New York, Oxford University Press, 1998), 89-90.
  129. "With Reference to Touchie ... ", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique X/31 (1998), 79-93.
  130. "Justice and Righteousness in the Bible: Rule of Law or Royal Paternalism?", Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte IV (1998), 218-262.
  131. "On the Atemporality of Legal Time", in Temps et Droit. Le droit a-t-il pour vocation de durer, ed. F. Ost and M. van Hoecke (Brussels: Bruylant, 1998), 225-246
  132. ""Law" and "Justice" in the Bible", Journal of Jewish Studies XLIV/2 (1998), 218-229.
  133. "An Academician's View of Jewish Law" (Inaugural Lecture as Alliance Professor of Modern Jewish Studies): http://www.manchesterjewishstudies.org/inaugural-lecture-1998
  134. "Bentham, Truth and the Semiotics of Law", in Legal Theory at the End of the Millennium, ed. M.D.A. Freeman (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998), 493-531 (= Current Legal Problems 51 (1998), 493-531).
  135. "Truth or Proof?: The Criminal Verdict", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique X/33 (1998), 227-273.
  136. "Logic and Semiotics: Ontology or Linguistic Structure? ", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique X/33 (1998), 323-327.
  137. "On the Semiotics of Legislation", in Hanneke van Schooten, ed., Semiotics and Legislation. Jurisprudential, Institutional and Sociological Perspectives (Liverpool: Deborah Charles Publications, 1999), 5-26.
  138. "David Daube", in Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation, ed. J.H. Hayes (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1999), I. 251-252.
  139. "Significato letterale. Semantica e narrativa nel diritto biblico e nella teoria contemporanea del diritto", Ragion Pratica 12 (1999), 153-177.
  140. "Ehescheidung. I. Altes Testament und Judentum", in Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Handwörterbüch für Theologie und Religionswissenschaft, Bd.2, C-E, ed. H.D. Betz et al (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999, 4th ed.), cols. 1093-1094.
  141. Review of E.A. Goldman, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies IX, The London 1996 Conference Volume; Walter Jacob and Moshe Zemer, eds., Israel and the Diaspora in Jewish Law; E. Feldman and J.B. Wolowelsky, eds., Jewish Law and the New Reproductive Technologies, Journal of Jewish Studies 50/2 (1999), 312-317.
  142. "Exodus 21:18-19 and the Origins of the Casuistic Form", Israel Law Review 33/4 (1999), 798-820 (Falk Memorial Issue).
  143. "Law, Wisdom and Narrative", in Narrativity in Biblical and Related Texts/La Narrativité dans la Bible et les textes apparantés, ed. G.W. Brooke and J.-D. Kaestli (Louvain: Peeters, 2000), 31-51 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium, 149).
  144. "The Original 'Oral Law'", in Jewish Ways of Reading the Bible, ed. G.W. Brooke (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000; Journal of Semitic Studies Supplement X), 3-19.
  145. Review of F. Crüsemann, The Torah. Theology and Social History of Old Testament Law and C. Houtman, Das Bundesbuch, Journal of Semitic Studies XLV/2 (2000), 368-74.
  146. "The Jewish View of Natural Law" (Review of Novak, Natural Law in Judaism), Journal of Jewish Studies LII/1 (2001), 136-145.
  147. "Literal Meaning: Semantics and Narrative in Biblical Law and Modern Jurisprudence", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 13/4 (2000), 433-457.
  148. "A Semiotic Perspective on the Comparison of Analogical Reasoning in Secular and Religious Legal Systems", in Pluralism in Law, ed. A. Soeteman (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001), 295-325.
  149. "Editor's Introduction" (Special Issue on the Semiotics of Religious Law), International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique XIV/2 (2001), 107-110.
  150. "Literal Meaning and Rabbinic Hermeneutics: A Response to Claudio Luzzati and Jan Broekman", International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique XIV/2 (2001), 129-141.
  151. "Historical Observations on the Relationship between Letter and Spirit", in Law and Religion, ed. R.D. O'Dair and A.D.E. Lewis (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001 = Current Legal Issues Vol. 4), 101-110.
  152. "Lex Talionis: Revisiting Daube's Classic", SBL Meeting, Denver 2001, downloadable from http://jewishlawassociation.org/resources.htm
  153. "Mishpat Ivri, Halakhah and Legal Philosophy: Agunah and the Theory of "Legal Sources"", JSIJ - Jewish Studies, an Internet Journal 1 (2002), 69-107, at http://www.biu.ac.il/JS/JSIJ/jsij1.html
  154. "Moredet: Problems of History and Authority", in The Zutphen Conference Volume, ed. H. Gamoran (Binghamton: Global Publications, 2001; JLAS XII), 103-123.
  155. "Judaism as a Religious Legal System", in Religion, Laws and Tradition. Comparative Studies in Religious Law, ed. A. Huxley (London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2002), 34-48; Italian version: "L'ebraismo come ordinamento giuridico religioso", Daimon. Annuario di diritto comparato della religioni 1 (2001), 165-183.
  156. "Agunah: Problems of History and Authority", Paper delivered at JOFA Fourth International Conference on Feminism and Orthodoxy, New York, November 10th, 2002, http://www.manchesterjewishstudies.org/agunah-history-and-authority
  157. "Models in Legal History: The Case of Biblical Law", Journal of Law and Religion XVIII/1 (2002), 1-30.
  158. "Comparazioni interne ed esterne di ordinamenti giuridici religiosi: la prospettiva del diritto ebraico", Daimon. Annuario di diritto comparato della religioni 2 (2002), 257-83.
  159. "Halakha and Law", with B. Lifshitz, A. Gray and D.B. Sinclair, in Oxford Handbook of Jewish Studies, ed. M.D. Goodman (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002), 643-79.
  160. Review of Fitzpatrick-McKinley, The Transformation of Torah from Scribal Advice to Law, Journal of Semitic Studies XLVII/2 (2002), 327-33.
  161. "A Jewish Law Miscellany", Journal of Law and Religion XVII/1-2 (2002), 235-45.
  162. Review of Walter Jacob and Moshe Zemer, eds., Crime and Punishment in Jewish Law: Essays and Responsa, Journal of Semitic Studies XLVII/2 (2002), 393.
  163. Review of L. Jacobs, A Tree of Life. Diversity, Flexibility and Creativity in Jewish Law, 2nd ed., Journal of Jewish Studies 53/1 (2002), 180-181.
  164. "Problems in the Development of the Ketubah Payment: The Shimon ben Shetah Tradition", in Rabbinic Law in its Roman and Near Eastern Context, ed. C. Hezser (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003), 199-225.
  165. Review of A.M. Rabello, Jews in the Roman Empire, Journal of Semitic Studies XLVIII/2 (2003), 386-387.
  166. "Comparing Jewish and Islamic Law" (Review Essay) Journal of Semitic Studies XLVIII/1 (2003), 109-121, reprinted in The Review of Rabbinic Judaism VI/2-3 (2003), 333-45.
  167. "Agunah and the Problem of Authority: Directions for Future Research", Melilah 2004/1, pp.1-78 (Publications of the Agunah Research Unit, No.1).
  168. "Some Reflections on Family Law in the Papyri", in The Jerusalem 2002 Conference Volume, ed. H. Gamoran (Binghamton: Global Publications, 2004; JLAS XIV), 141-77.
  169. "How Jewish is Jewish Family Law?", Journal of Jewish Studies LV/2 (2004), 201-229.
  170. "The Practice of Justice in Jewish Law", Daimon 4 (2004), 31-48.
  171. "A New Study of Law and Narrative in the Hebrew Bible", Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 10 (2004), 329-338.
  172. Review of Daniel Friedmann, To Kill and Take Possession. Law, Morality, and Society in Biblical Stories (Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, Inc. 2002), Law Quarterly Review 120 (2004), 707-711.
  173. "Secular and Religious Constructions of Jewish Identity and Jewish Politics in the Law of the Modern State of Israel", in Teologie Politiche. Modelli e confronto, ed. G. Filoramo (Brescia: Morcelliana, 2005), 263-274.
  174. "Revolution in Biblical Law", Journal of Semitic Studies L/1 (2005), 83-105.
  175. "Philosophy of Jewish Law", in The 2005 Annual Publication of the Australian Legal Philosophy Students Association, ed. Maksymilian Leskiewicz (Brisbane: Australian Legal Philosophy Students Association, 2006), 130-34; expanded version in IVR Encyclopedia of Jurisprudence, Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law, ed. A. Peczenik, http://ivr-enc.info/index.php?title=Philosophy_of_Jewish_Law (if still accessible)
  176. "Structuralist Semiotics of Law", in The 2005 Annual Publication of the Australian Legal Philosophy Students Association, ed. Maksymilian Leskiewicz (Brisbane: Australian Legal Philosophy Students Association, 2006), 135-27; also in IVR Encyclopedia of Jurisprudence, Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law, ed. A. Peczenik, http://ivr-enc.info/index.php?title=Structuralist Semiotics_of_Law (if still accessible)
  177. "The Divorces of the Herodian Princesses: Jewish law, Roman law or Palace Law?", in Josephus and Jewish History in Flavian Rome and Beyond, ed. J. Sievers and G. Lembi (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2005, Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, 106), 343-368.
  178. "Internal and External Comparisons of Religious Law: Reflections from Jewish Law", in N.H.D. Foster, ed., A Fresh Start for Comparative Legal Studies? A Collective Review of Patrick Glenn's Legal Traditions of the World, 2nd Edition (London: Wildy, Simmons and Hill, 2005) = Journal of Comparative Law 1/1 (2006), 177-99.
  179. "Some Preliminary Observations on Truth and Argumentation in the Jewish Legal Tradition", Moreshet Israel 3 (2006), 22-33 (Hebrew); English version in Varga Festschrift (no.213, below).
  180. "A Feminist Reading of the Decalogue(s)" (on Hagith SIVAN, Between Woman, Man and God. A New Interpretation of the Ten Commandments), Biblica 87 (2006), 542-54.
  181. Review of C.M. Carmichael, ed., Biblical Law and Literature. Collected Works of David Daube, Volume 3, and Calum Carmichael, Ideas and the Man: Remembering David Daube, Journal of Jewish Studies LVII/1 (2006), 159-63.
  182. Review of Gabrielle Atlan, Les Juifs et le divorce: Droit, histoire et sociologie du divorce religieux, Journal of Semitic Studies LI/2 (2006), 422-24.
  183. "Universalisability and Intuition: Solomon and Secularisation", in The Universal and the Particular in Legal Reasoning, ed. Z. Bankowski and J. MacLean (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006), 223-33.
  184. "Human Law and Divine Justice in the Methodological Maze of the Mishpatim", in The Boston 2004 Conference Volume, ed. E. Dorff, Jewish Law Association Studies XVI (2007), 101-22.
  185. "Law in the 9th century?: The Jehoshaphat Tradition in Context", Proceedings of the British Academy 143 (2007), 357-85 (= Understanding the History of Ancient Israel, ed. H.G.W. Williamson).
  186. ""Medieval Halakhah": Reflections on Periodization and the Problem of the Agunah", in Essays in Medieval Halakhah in Honor of Stephen M. Passameneck, ed. A. Gray and B.S. Jackson (LIverpool: DEborah Charles Publications, 2007), 213-24 (Jewish Law Association Studies XVII).
  187. "Gender Critical Observations on Tripartite Breeding Relationships in the Hebrew Bible", in A Question of Sex?: Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond, ed. D. Rooke (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007), 39-52.
  188. "Homicide in the Bible: A Review Article", Zeitschrift für altorientalische und biblische Rechtsgeschichte 12 (2006), 362-74.
  189. Review of P. Barmash, Homicide in the Biblical World, AJS Review 30 (2006), 435-36.
  190. Review of James F. Davis, Lex Talionis in Early Judaism and the Exhortation of Jesus in Matthew 5.38-42 (London: T & T Clark International, 2005, JSNTS 281). Pp. xv + 192. ISBN 0-567-04150-6, Journal of Theological Studies 58 (2007), 200-06.
  191. Review of Aviad Hacohen, The Tears of The Oppressed, An Examination of the Agunah Problem: Background and Halachic Sources (Ktav, 2004), The Jewish Law Annual XVII (2007), 303-306.“Response to Roger Tomes: Home-Grown or Imported (Review of Wisdom-Laws)”, Zeitschrift für altorientalische und biblische Rechtsgeschichte 14 (2008), 525-31.
  192. “Response to Roger Tomes: Home-Grown or Imported (Review of Wisdom-Laws)”, Zeitschrift für altorientalische und biblische Rechtsgeschichte 14 (2008), 525-31.
  193. Review of Lawrence H. Schiffman, ed., Semitic Papyrology in Context. A Climate of Creativity (Brill: Leiden Boston, 2003), Pp. viii + 285, ISBN 90 04 12885 9 (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East, 14), Journal of Semitic Studies LIII/1 (2008), 176-80.
  194. “Jewish Law”, in New Oxford Companion to Law, ed. P. Cane and J.A.F. Conaghan (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), 644-45.
  195. “On Neusner’s Theology of Halakhah”, Diné Israel 25 (2008), 257-92.
  196. Review of Jeffrey I. Roth, Inheriting the Crown in Jewish Law. The Struggle for Rabbinic Compensation, Tenure, and Inheritance Rights, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2006, Pp. 170, ISBN 1-57003-608-X, Journal of Jewish Studies LIX/1 (2008), 146-48.
  197. “‘Transformative Accommodation’ and Religious Law”, Ecclesiastical Law Journal 11 (2009), 131-53.
  198. Review of Lenn E. Goodman, On Justice, An Essay in Jewish Philosophy (Oxford: Littman Library, 2008), Philosophy East and West 59:4 (2009), 562-65.
  199. Review of S. Azuelos-Atias, A Pragmatic Analysis of Legal Proofs of Criminal Intent, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 22 (2009), 365-72.
  200. “Agunah: The Manchester Analysis”, Draft Final Report of the Agunah Research Unit (Publications of the Agunah Research Unit, No22)
  201. Review of Dvora Steinmetz, Punishment and Freedom: The Rabbinic Construction of Criminal Law (Philadelphia: University of Pennslyvania Press, 2008), Journal of Theological Studies 60 (2009), 652-57.
  202.  “Diritto Romano e Diritti Orientali nei periodi arcaico e classico”, Bullettino dell’Istituto di Diritto Romano 3 Ser., XLII-XLIII (2000-01), 806-819 (appeared 2009).
  203.  “Jewish Approaches to Law (Religious and Secular)”, Law & Justice. The Christian Law Review 164 (2010), 63-74.
  204.  “Human Law and Divine Justice: Towards the Institutionalisation of Halakhah”, JSIJ 9 (2010), 223-247, available at http://www.biu.ac.il/JS/JSIJ/jsij9.html.
  205.  “Jewish Law: Overview”, in The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, ed. S.N. Katz (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009), Vol. 3, pp. 387–394.
  206.  “Marriage and Divorce: From Social Institution to Halakhic Norms”, in The Dead Sea Scrolls. Texts and Context, ed. C. Hempel (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 339-64.
  207.  “Law, Narrative and Theology: Daube on the Prodigal Son”, in David Daube: A Centenary Celebration, ed. E. Metzger (Glasgow: Traditio Iuris Romani, 2010), 71-87.
  208.  “Legal Semiotics and Semiotic Aspects of Jurisprudence”, in A. Wagner and J.M. Broekman, eds., Prospects of Legal Semiotics (Dordrecht: Springer, 2010/2012), 3-36.
  209.  (With D. Piattelli) “A Recent Study on the Babatha and Salome Archives”, Review of Rabbinic Judaism 13:1 (2010), 88-125.
  210.  Review of Bernard M. Levinson, Legal Revision and Religious Renewal in Ancient Israel (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008), Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 10 (2010); on-line at http://www.jhsonline.org/reviews/reviews_new/review454.htm.
  211.  Review of Assnat Bartor, Reading Law as Narrative: A Study in the Casuistic Laws of the Pentateuch, Shofar (2010), http://www.case.edu/artsci/jdst/reviews/Reading.htm.
  212.  “Human Law and Divine Justice: Towards the Institutionalisation of Halakhah”, JSIJ Jewish Studies, an Internet Journal, 1-25, at http://www.biu.ac.il/JS/JSIJ/jsij9.html 
  213.  “The ‘Institutions’ of Marriage and Divorce in the Hebrew Bible”, Journal of Semitic Studies LVI/2 (2011), 221-251.
  214.  “Liability for Animals: An Historico-Structural Comparison”, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 24/3 (2011), 259-89 (Special Issue, ed. Deborah Cao).
  215. “Some Preliminary Observations on Truth and Argumentation in the Jewish Legal Tradition”, in Standing Tall: Hommages à Csaba Varga, ed. Bjarne Melkevek (Budapest: Pázmány Press, 2012), 201-210.
  216. “Constructing a Theory of Halakhah”, available at http://www.legaltheory.demon.co.uk/jlas/resources.htm
  217. Review of Steven Resnicoff, Understanding Jewish Law, available at http://www.legaltheory.demon.co.uk/jlas/resources.htm
  218. “Jewish Law and State Law: “Transformative Accommodation” and the JFS case in England”, in The Fordham Conference Volume, ed. D.B. Sinclair and L. Rabinovich (Liverpool: The Jewish Law Association, 2012; Jewish Law Association Studies XXIII), 76-92.
  219. “On the Values of Biblical Law and their Contemporary Application”, Political Theology 14/5 (2013), 602-18.
  220. “Why the Name New Testament?”, Melilah: Manchester Journal of Jewish Studies 9 (2012), 50-100, also downloadable from http://www.melilahjournal.org/p/2012.html
  221. “Trust in(g) Eric”, in As interações sensíveis: Ensaios de sociossemiótica a partir da obra de Eric Landowski, ed. A.C. de Oliveira (São Paulo: Editions Estação das Letras e Cores e Editora CPS, 2013), 81-100 (ISBN 978-85-60166-70-1)
  222. “Law and Religion in the Hebrew Bible”, in Law and Religion in the Eastern Mediterranean, ed. Reinhard G. Kratz and Anselm C. Hagedorn (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), 189-209.
  223. Review of Westbrook and Wells, Everyday Law in Biblical Israel. An Introduction (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2009), Journal of Semitic Studies 58 (2013), 406-410.
  224. Jurisprudence and Communication, ed. B. S. Jackson, Special Issue of the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 27/3 (2014), including “Introduction” at 421-23.
  225. “Jurisprudence and Communication: Secular and Religious”, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 27/3 (2014), 463-84.
  226. Review of Janos Jany, Judging in the Islamic, Jewish and Zoroastrian Legal Traditions: A Comparison of Theory and Practice, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 27/3 (2014), 513-17.
  227. Review of Samuel Greengus, Laws in the Bible and in Early Rabbinic Collections: The Legal Legacy of the Ancient Near East (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2011), Journal of Semitic Studies 59 (2014), 456-458.
  228. “Philosophy of Law: Secular and Religious (with some reference to Jewish family law)”, in Law In Society: Reflections on Children, Family, Culture and Philosophy. Essays in Honour of Michael Freeman, ed. Alison Diduck, Noam Peleg and Helen Reece (Leiden: Brill, 2015), 45-62.
  229. “Ruth, the Pentateuch and the Nature of Biblical Law: In Conversation with Jean Louis Ska”, in The Post-Priestly Pentateuch. New Perspectives on its Redactional Development and Theological Profiles (Ska Festschrift), eds. Konrad Schmid and Federico Giuntoli (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015), 75-111.
  230. “A Tale of Two Prodigals”, Inaugural Lecture at Liverpool Hope University, 2010 (on Luke’s parable and comparison with the 20th cent. History of “Brother Daniel”): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjaUU-d2BuE.
  231.  “Law and Narrative in the Book of Ruth: A Syntagmatic Reading”, Available at SSRN (December 20, 2015): http://ssrn.com/abstract=2706017 and on Academia.edu: https://lhu.academia.edu/BernardJackson; revised version to appear in JLAS XXVII (Antwerp conference volume)
  232.  Mediation and Immediacy in the Jewish Legal Tradition”, https://www.academia.edu/s/171e34ccfc?source=link and http://ssrn.com/abstract=2800819 (paper delivered at a Turin semiotics of religion conference, perhaps sto appear in anticipated conference volume.
  233.  Review of Brent Strawn, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Law (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), in RBL 06/2016.
  234.  Review of Nina L. Collins, Jesus, the Sabbath and the Jewish Debate: Healing on the Sabbath in the 1st and 2nd Centuries CE (Bloomsbury T and T Clark, London, 2014), forthcoming in JSS LXII/1 (Spring 2017), 265-270.
  235.  “A Journey into Legal Semiotics”, Actes Sémiotiques 120 (2017), 1-43 (ISSN 2270-4957), available from http://epublications.unilim.fr/revues/as/5669, document created 30/01/2017.

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