Robson, J., Newman, L., and O’Hagan, A. (2021) Redrawing the boundaries: The adequacy of the Sexual Offences Act in addressing female sexual offending. Journal of Criminal Law. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022018320984451
Robson, J. and Bettinson, V. (2020) Prosecuting Coercive Control: Reforming Storytelling in the Courtroom. Criminal Law Review, 12, pp. 1107-1126
Smith, H.M.J., Bird, K., Roeser, J., Robson, J., Braber, N., Wright, D. and Stacey, P.C. (2020) Voice parade procedures: optimising witness performance, Memory, https://doi.org/10.1080/09658211.2019.1673427
Robson, J. and Smith, H. (2019) Can we have faith jurors listen without prejudice? Likely sources of inaccuracy in voice comparison exercises. Criminal Law Review, , 2, pp.115-130
Smith, H., Baguley, T., Dunn, A., Stacey, P., and Robson, J. (2018) Forensic voice discrimination: The effect of speech type and background noise on performance. Applied Cognitive Psychology,
Robson J. (2018) Lend Me Your Ears: An Analysis Of How Voice Identification Evidence Is Treated In Four Neighbouring Criminal Justice Systems. International Journal of Evidence and Proof, 22 (3), pp. 218-238
Robson, J. (2017) A fair hearing? The use of voice identification parades in criminal investigations in England and Wales. Criminal Law Review,1, pp. 36 – 50
Robson, J. (2016) The veiled lodger - a reflection on the status of R v D. Nottingham Law Journal, 25, pp.105-111.
Robson, J. (2016) The Niqaab and the Myth of Pinocchio’s Nose: Is the Niqaab an Impediment to Fact Finding in an Adversarial Trial? An Analysis of R v D. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 5(2), pp.319-343.
Edwards, H. and Robson, J. , (2012). Caging the green-eyed monster – restrictions on the use of sexual infidelity as a defence to murder. Nottingham Law Journal, 21, pp. 143-145. ISSN 0965-0660
Robson, J. (2018) Women should be allowed to wear the niqab in court – here’s why. The Conversation [Online]
Robson, J. , (2017). EU wildlife laws should be celebrated – and retained – not treated as red tape. The Conversation. (also published in the I newspaper).
Robson, J., (2017). Is the era of advocacy dead? Lawyer 2B.
Robson, J., (2016). Split the BPTC, watch out for the diversity risks. Lawyer 2B.
Robson, J., (2016). The vital rules which meant a double murderer nearly escaped justice. The Conversation.
Robson, J., (2016). Gove’s nonsense: barristers vs solicitor advocates. Solicitors Journal. ISSN 0038-1152
Robson, J., (2016). All for one or one for all? Solicitors Journal, 160 (10), p. 15. ISSN 0038-1152
Robson, J., (2015). Crown Court: structured mayhem better than complete mayhem. The Times. ISSN 0140-0460
Robson, J., (2015). How Michael Gove is changing the tune on justice reform. The Conversation.
Robson, J., (2015). CPS faces a stark choice. .
Robson, J., (2014). Lawyers need training to protect vulnerable witnesses in sex offence cases. The Conversation
Edwards, H. and Robson, J., 2014. Advocacy series, part 5: Cross examination. .
Robson, J. and Edwards, H., 2014. Advocacy series, part 6: Closing speeches. , pp. 18-19.
Robson, J., 2014. The BPTC checklist. , p. 20.
Robson, J., 2014. Why advocacy standards must be maintained. , pp. 1-3. ISSN 0038-1152
Robson J. and Edwards, H., 2013. Advocacy series part 1: What is advocacy? .
Robson, J. and Edwards, H., 2013. Advocacy series, part 2: Case preparation. .
Robson, J. and Edwards, H., 2013. Advocacy series, part 4: Submissions. .
Robson, J., 2013. Blurring the lines. , p. 17. ISSN 0038-1152
Robson, J. and Edwards, H., 2012. Common cause. , pp. 13-14.