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Mead, David (2013) A chill through the back door? The privatised regulation of peaceful protest. Public Law, 2013 (Jan). pp. 100-118.

Mead, David (2012) KETTLING COMES TO THE BOIL BEFORE THE STRASBOURG COURT: IS IT A DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY TO CONTAIN PROTESTERS <i>EN MASSE</i>? The Cambridge Law Journal, 71 (3). pp. 472-475. DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/s0008197312000700

Mead, David (2012) Outcomes Aren't All: Defending Process-Based Review of Public Authority Decisions under the Human Rights Act. Public Law, 2012. pp. 63-87.

Mead, David (2012) When the police came knocking - the case for review of public law trespass and consensual entries onto property. Criminal Law Review. pp. 97-113.

Mead, David (2011) 'Don't make us get a warrant...we only want a quick look in your husband's shed': the Article 8 issues raised by the domestic legal framework on police entries and searches by consent. European Human Rights Law Review (5). pp. 551-564.

Mead, David (2011) The Inter-Dependence of Public & Private in the Regulation of the Right of Peaceful Protest and the Problems Thrown Up by its Privatisation. Working Paper. UEA Law School Working Papers [UEA LAW WPS 2011-DM-1].

Mead, David (2010) The New Law of Peaceful Protest: Rights and Regulation in the Human Rights Act Era. Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781841136219

Mead, David (2009) Of Cordons, Riots and Deprivations of Liberty: A Case Note on Austin v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis. Working Paper. Norwich Law School Working Papers Series [NLSWP 09/03].

Mead, David (2009) Of Kettles, Cordons and Crowd Control — Austin v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and the Meaning of 'Deprivation of Liberty'. European Human Rights Law Review. pp. 376-394.

Mead, David (2008) Judicial Miss Behavin’: a Defence of Process-Based Review of Public Authority Decisions under the HRA. Working Paper. Norwich Law School Working Paper Series [NLSWP 08/2].

Mead, David (2007) The Right to Peaceful Protest under the European Convention on Human Rights - A Content Study of Strasbourg Case Law. European Human Rights Law Review, 2007 (4). pp. 345-384.

Mead, David (2007) Strasbourg Discovers the Right to Counter- Demonstrate: A Note on Ollinger v Austria. European Human Rights Law Review, 2007 (2). pp. 133-145.

Mead, David (2006) It's a funny old game - privacy, football and the public interest. European Human Rights Law Review, 2006 (5). pp. 541-551.

Mead, David (2003) Strasbourg Succumbs to the Temptation "to Make a God of the Right of Property": Peaceful Protest on Private Land and the Ramifications of Appleby v UK. Journal of Civil Liberties, 8 (2). pp. 98-112.

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