Catullus: Shibari Carmina (Carcanet): please see info and reviews here. 'shrewd and funny…excellent drawings' - London Review of Books
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The Supreme Court: a guide for bears is available from the UK Supreme Court, bookshops and Amazon at £6.95, or email me your order (£2.43 UK p&p).
"An absolute joy" - @davidallengreen
"Clever, funny, informative." - Ann McAllister, Judge
"A charming guide for children and adults alike." - Joshua Rozenberg
Paperback, 32pp, 8" x 10", illustrated in colour, ISBN 978-1-9997146-2-8
Challenging Private Law: Lord Sumption on the Supreme Court edited by William Day and Sarah Worthington (Hart Publishing)
A Court of Specialists: Judicial Behavior on the Supreme Court by Chris Hanretty (OUP)
Debating Judicial Appointments in an Age of Diversity edited by Graham Gee and Erika Rackley (Routledge)
BVL: Model Law Commission Report, annually 2017-2021
The Presidents' Hammers edited by Diego Tonus includes court sketches.
Not Only Ropes produced by Andrea Ropes and Davide Conti includes shibari drawings.
Kancer Sutra for Sheffield University in Configurations (Johns Hopkins University Press)
Catullus: Exeter University seminar; Royal Over-Seas League; Sloane Club 2021
Örebro University, Sweden: International Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law 2018
JW3, London: art and law salon 2017
Lincoln's Inn: Judicial Images workshop, Birkbeck/LSE 2015
University of Porto, O Estranho e o Estrangeiro: Arquitectura, Justiça e Teatro: talk 2015
St Mary's University, Twickenham, Centre for Law and Culture: (In)visibility 2016; Visualising Law and Gender 2014
UK Supreme Court: Museums at Night 2014
Cartoon County, Brighton, 2014; Laydeez Do Comics, London, 2013
Kensington Town Hall: Notting Hill Carnival drawings on display 2019
Carnival Village Trust, Notting Hill: multi-media art competition, 'Carnival Captured' (second prize) 2017
School of Advanced Study, Senate House, University of London: solo exhibition, The Body of Law, in the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies' public engagement programme, 2016. Reviewed by ICLR and Talking Humanities.
On 27 February 2019 my late father would have been 100 years old.
Emily Allbon of City Law School curates 'the less textual legal gallery' tl;dr, a colourful and entertaining resource.
International Journal for the Semiotics of Law: the drawing arc (street, Occupy, court, shibari) 2019
'Inhuman horror': my UK Supreme Court blog features in an article in International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 2019.
University of Porto, O Estranho e o Estrangeiro: Arquitectura, Justiça e Teatro: live-drawing 2015
Counsel magazine: Picture-blogging in the Supreme Court 2014
I started drawing people in Portobello Road and wrote this article in ES Magazine in 2011, before drawing Occupy protest camps; both feature on my blog about live drawing. My other blog is about drawing shibari.