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Malkani, Bharat 2019. Extradition and non-refoulement. In: Steiker, Carol S. and Steiker, Jordan M. eds. Comparative Capital Punishment, Research Handbooks in Comparative Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 76-95.

Thomas, Linden, Vaughan, Steven, Malkani, Bharat and Lynch, Theresa, eds. 2018. Reimagining clinical legal education. Hart Publishing.

Thomas, Linden, Vaughan, Steven and Malkani, Bharat 2018. Clinical legal education reimagined. Reimagining Clinical Legal Education, Hart Publishing,

Malkani, Bharat 2018. Slavery and the death penalty: a study in abolition. Law, Justice and Power, Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 10.4324/9781315609300

Malkani, Bharat and Thomas, Linden 2018. The Birmingham Law School Pro Bono Group: a case study of social justice in legal education. In: Ashford, Chris and McKeown, Paul eds. Social Justice and Legal Education, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 111-127.
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Malkani, Bharat 2017. John Bessler, the death penalty as torture: from the Dark Ages to Abolition [Book Review]. Human Rights Law Review 17 (4) , pp. 797-801. 10.1093/hrlr/ngx033

Jones, Imogen and Malkani, Bharat 2017. Beastly humans: the welfare model of executions. Law, Culture and the Humanities , -. 10.1177/1743872117739563
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Kevin, Barry and Malkani, Bharat 2017. The death penalty's darkside: a response to Phyllis Goldfarb's matters of strata: race, gender, and class structures in capital cases. Washington and Lee Law Review Online 74 (1) , pp. 184-214.

Malkani, Bharat 2017. Dignity and the death penalty in the United States Supreme Court. Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 44 (2) , pp. 145-201.
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Malkani, Bharat 2015. John D. Bessler, The Birth of American Law: An Italian Philosopher and the American Revolution (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2014). Pp. 694.isbn 978 1 6116 3604 8. Journal of American Studies 49 (04) , e71. 10.1017/S0021875815001309

Malkani, Bharat 2014. Voices of the condemned: a comparative study of the testimonies of death row exonerees and slave narratives. Law, Culture and the Humanities 10.1177/1743872114556435

Malkani, Bharat 2013. The obligation to refrain from assisting the use of the death penalty. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 62 (3) , pp. 523-556. 10.1017/S0020589313000134

Malkani, Bharat 2012. Sentencing children who kill: one giant leap for the US supreme court, one small step for international human rights law. Human Rights Law Review 12 (4) , pp. 801-813. 10.1093/hrlr/ngs032

Malkani, Bharat 2012. A rights-specific approach to section 2 of the Human Rights Act. European Human Rights Law Review 5 , pp. 516-527.

Malkani, Bharat 2011. Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and the decision to prosecute. Criminal Law Review 12 , pp. 943-956.

Malkani, Bharat 2011. Human rights treaties in the English legal system. Public Law , pp. 554-577.

Malkani, Bharat 2008. The judicial use of international and foreign law in death penalty cases: a poisoned chalice? In: Sarat, Austin ed. Is the Death Penalty Dying?, Vol. 42. Studies in Law, Politics and Society, Emerald, pp. 161-194. (10.1016/S1059-4337(07)00406-1)

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