Professor James Chalmers

  • Regius Professor of Law (School of Law)

telephone: 0141 330 5408
email: James.Chalmers@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

James Chalmers was appointed to the Regius Chair of Law in 2012, having previously taught at the Universities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen. He is a graduate of the University of Aberdeen and the Tulane University of Louisiana and has taught on a visiting basis at the Universities of Baltimore, Cape Town and Maryland. He was a visiting researcher at Queen Mary, University of London in the spring of 2007 and at Uppsala University in the autumn of 2014. He is currently (jointly with Fiona Leverick) Director of Research for the School of Law.

In 2012, he was awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize. These prizes are awarded by the Leverhulme Trust "to outstanding scholars who have made a substantial and recognised contribution to their particular field of study, recognised at an international level, and where the expectation is that their greatest achievement is yet to come".

Professor Chalmers is currently assistant editor of Renton and Brown's Criminal Procedure, and a member of the Criminal Courts Rules Council, the Criminal Law Committee of the Law Society of Scotland and the editorial board of the Criminal Law Review. He was a member of the Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Reference Group (which reported in 2015) and chaired the Academic Expert Group for that review. He is a former editor of the Edinburgh Law Review (2010-2013), trustee of HIV Scotland, Scotland’s national HIV policy charity (2010-2013), and founding member of the Young Academy of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (2011-2016).

His inaugural lecture, Resorting to Crime, was delivered on 17 January 2013. On 24 October 2013, he delivered a Current Legal Problems lecture at University College London.

Research interests

Professor Chalmers' research is primarily in the area of criminal law, evidence and procedure, and he has broader interests in Scots law and the Scottish legal system, and the relationship between law and public health. This research has been supported by funding from a variety of sources, including the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the British Academy and the Scottish Government. His published books include Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland (4th edn, 2015 and 3rd edn, 2009, both with Margaret Ross), The New Law of Sexual Offences in Scotland (2010), Legal Responses to HIV and AIDS (2008), Criminal Defences and Pleas in Bar of Trial (2006, with Fiona Leverick) and Trusts: Cases and Materials (2002). He has published over 80 book chapters and articles in a wide range of journals.

Selected publications

Chalmers, J. (2008) Legal Responses to HIV and AIDS. Hart Publishing: Oxford. ISBN 9781841137261

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2013) Tracking the creation of criminal offences. Criminal Law Review, 2013, pp. 543-560.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2006) Criminal Defences and Pleas in Bar of Trial. W. Green/Scottish Universities Law Institute: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780414015210

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2008) Fair labelling in criminal law. Modern Law Review, 71(2), pp. 217-246. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.2008.00689.x)

Grants

Professor Chalmers has been awarded the following grants:

2014

£41,646 received from the Scottish Government to investigate safeguards against wrongful conviction following the abolition of the requirement for corroboration (with F. Leverick and others).

2013

Leverhulme Trust, £70,000, awarded to Prof J Chalmers (PI), Philip Leverhulme Prize.


Professor Chalmers has previously held research funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the British Academy, the Clark Foundation for Legal Education, the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission and the Scottish Executive.

Supervision

Research students under supervision

Grant Barclay - 'A critical analysis of the structure of the crime of assault in Scots law' (LLM by Research)

Isla Callander - 'The construction of a normative model for the legal regulation of consensual adolescent sexuality in Scotland'

Elaine Ferguson - 'An analysis of the Scots legal framework for the preventative detention of 'dangerous' offenders'

Zhilong Guo - 'Decriminalization of public order crimes: a comparative analysis and promoting best practice'

Lewis Kennedy - 'Why have a law of treason in twenty-first century Scotland?'

Luke McBratney - 'A historical and critical account of offences against the course of justice' (LLM by Research)

Peter Reid - 'A human rights based approach to Scots criminal justice: sexual offences and prosecutorial decision-making'

Former PhD students of Professor Chalmers include Sirko Harder (Reader, Sussex), Chloë Kennedy (Lecturer, Edinburgh), Elizabeth Shaw (Lecturer, Aberdeen) and Findlay Stark (University Lecturer, Cambridge; Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge).

All publications

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Number of items: 133.

2017

Chalmers, J. (2017) Developing Scots criminal law: a shift in responsibility? Juridical Review, (Accepted for Publication)

Chalmers, J. (2017) Clarifying the law on assisted suicide? Ross v Lord Advocate. Edinburgh Law Review, 21(1), pp. 93-98. (doi:10.3366/elr.2017.0391)

Chalmers, J. (2017) Scottish Evidence Law Essentials [4th edition]. Series: Edinburgh law essentials. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 978147440779

Chalmers, J. and Leverick, F., eds. (2017) The Criminal Law of Scotland, 4th Edition, Volume II. Series: SULI. W. Green. ISBN 9780414057463

2016

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2016) How should we go about jury research in Scotland? Criminal Law Review, 2016(10), pp. 697-713.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2016) Jury research in Scotland: a rejoinder. Criminal Law Review, 2016(12), pp. 924-930.

2015

McCarthy, F., Chalmers, J. and Bogle, S., (Eds.) (2015) Essays in Conveyancing and Property Law in Honour of Professor Robert Rennie. Open Book Publishers: Cambridge. ISBN 9781783741472

Chalmers, J. (2015) Trusts. In: Black, G. and Bisacre, J.R. (eds.) Business Law in Scotland. W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 466-496. ISBN 9780414036734

Chalmers, J., and Blackie, J. (2015) Mixing and matching in Scottish delict and crime. In: Dyson, M. (ed.) Comparing Tort and Crime: Learning from Across and Within Legal Systems. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 271-315. ISBN 9781107080485

Chalmers, J. (2015) Criminal law reform in Scotland. Edinburgh Law Review, 19(3), pp. 399-403. (doi:10.3366/elr.2015.0302)

Chalmers, J., Leverick, F., and Shaw, A. (2015) Is formal criminalisation really on the rise? Evidence from the 1950s. Criminal Law Review, 2015(3), pp. 177-191.

Ross, M. L., and Chalmers, J. (2015) Walker and Walker: the Law of Evidence in Scotland, 4th Edition. Bloomsbury Professional: Haywards Heath, West Sussex. ISBN 9781780435749

2014

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2014) Quantifying criminalization. In: Duff, R.A., Farmer, L., Marshall, S.E., Renzo, M. and Tadros, V. (eds.) Criminalization: The Political Morality of the Criminal Law. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 54-79. ISBN 9780198726357 (doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198726357.003.0002)

Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A., (Eds.) (2014) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. Scottish Government: Edinburgh.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Corroboration: consequences and criticism. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 5-18.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Independent legal representation for complainers in sexual offence cases. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 185-189.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Jury majority, size and verdicts. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 140-163.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Recording of police interviews. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 118-123.

Chalmers, J. (2014) The no case to answer submission. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 132-139.

Leverick, F., and Chalmers, J. (2014) Causes of wrongful conviction. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 30-43.

Anderson, R. G., Chalmers, J. and MacLeod, J., (Eds.) (2014) Glasgow Tercentenary Essays: 300 Years of the School of Law. Avizandum: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781904968139

Chalmers, J. (2014) Abolishing corroboration: three bad arguments. Scots Law Times(2), pp. 7-11.

Chalmers, J. (2014) 'Frenzied law making': overcriminalization by numbers. Current Legal Problems, 67(1), pp. 483-502. (doi:10.1093/clp/cuu001)

Chalmers, J. (2014) Insanity and automatism: notes from over the border and across the boundary. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 65(2), pp. 205-214.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Offenses against the person. In: Dubber, M. D. and Hörnle, T. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law. Series: Oxford handbooks in law. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 727-746. ISBN 9780199673599

2013

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2013) Scotland: twice as much criminal law as England? Edinburgh Law Review, 17(3), pp. 376-381. (doi:10.3366/elr.2013.0172)

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2013) Majority jury verdicts. Edinburgh Law Review, 17(1), pp. 90-96. (doi:10.3366/elr.2013.0139)

Chalmers, J. (2013) Disease transmission, liability and criminal law. In: Viens, A.M., Coggon, J. and Kessel, A.S. (eds.) Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 124-141. ISBN 9781107022782

Chalmers, J. (2013) Getting mixed up in crime : doctors, disease transmission, confidentiality, and the criminal process. In: Griffiths, D. and Saunders, A. (eds.) Bioethics, Medicine, and the Criminal Law : Medicine, Crime and Society. Series: Cambridge bioethics and law. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 65-78. ISBN 9781107021532

Chalmers, J. (2013) Justice redefined. Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 2013(Sept), pp. 13-15.

Chalmers, J. (2013) Opting out of EU police and criminal justice measures: the United Kingdom’s 2014 decision. New Journal of European Criminal Law, 4(3), pp. 215-226.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2013) Tracking the creation of criminal offences. Criminal Law Review, 2013, pp. 543-560.

2012

Chalmers, J. (2012) Evidence Essentials [3rd ed.]. Series: Scottish Legal Essentials. Dundee University Press: Dundee, Scotland. ISBN 9781845861353

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2012) 'Substantial and radical change': A new dawn for Scottish criminal procedure. Modern Law Review, 75(5), pp. 837-864. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.2012.00926.x)

2011

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2011) When should a retrial be permitted after a conviction is quashed on appeal? Modern Law Review, 74(5), pp. 721-749.

Chalmers, J. (2011) Partial defences to murder in Scotland : an unlikely tranquility. In: Reed, A. and Bohlander, M. (eds.) Loss of Control and Diminished Responsibility: Domestic, Comparative and International Perspectives. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey, England, pp. 167-181. ISBN 9781409431756

Chalmers, J. (2011) Regulating adolescent sexuality: English and Scottish approaches compared. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 23(4), pp. 450-464.

Chalmers, J. (2011) Trusts. In: Black, G. and Bisacre, J.R. (eds.) Business Law in Scotland [2nd ed.]. W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 426-456. ISBN 9780414018273

2010

Chalmers, J. (2010) The New Law of Sexual Offences in Scotland: Supplement 2: Supplement 1 to Volume 2 of Gordon’s Criminal Law (3rd ed.). W. Green, 2010: Edinburgh, Scotland. ISBN 9780414041271

Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Farmer, L., (Eds.) (2010) Essays in Criminal Law in Honour of Sir Gerald Gordon. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748640706

Chalmers, J. (2010) Assisted suicide: jurisdiction and discretion. Edinburgh Law Review, 14(2), pp. 295-300. (doi:10.3366/elr.2010.0007)

Leverick, F., and Chalmers, J. (2010) The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission and its referrals to the Appeal Court: the first ten years. Criminal Law Review, 8, pp. 608-622.

Leverick, F., Chalmers, J., Armstrong, S., and McNeill, F. (2010) Part of the establishment? A decade of the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission. Scots Law Times(27), pp. 147-151.

2009

Gane, C.H.W., Stoddart, C.N., and Chalmers, J. (2009) A Casebook on Scottish Criminal Law [4th ed.]. W. Green/Thomson Reuters: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780414016934

Leverick, F., Chalmers, J., Armstrong, S., and McNeill, F. (2009) Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission: 10th Anniversary Research. Project Report. Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission, Glasgow, UK.

Chalmers, J. (2009) Evidence [2nd ed.]. Series: Scottish Law essentials. Dundee University Press: Dundee, Scotland. ISBN 9781845860653

Chalmers, J. (2009) Ownership of trust property in Scotland and Louisiana. In: Palmer, V.V. and Reid, E.R. (eds.) Mixed Jurisdictions Compared: Private Law in Louisiana and Scotland. Series: Edinburgh studies in law (6). Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 132-145. ISBN 9780748638864

Chalmers, J. (2009) Section 11 7 of the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Bill: a dangerous loophole? Scottish Criminal Law, 2009, pp. 1240-1242.

Chalmers, J. (2009) Two problems in the Sexual Offences (Scotland) Bill. Scottish Criminal Law, 2009, pp. 553-559.

Ross, M.L., and Chalmers, J. (2009) Walker and Walker: the Law of Evidence in Scotland [3rd ed.]. Tottel Publishing: Haywards Heath, West Sussex. ISBN 9781845921651

2008

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2008) Fair labelling in criminal law. Modern Law Review, 71(2), pp. 217-246. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.2008.00689.x)

Chalmers, J. (2008) Delay, expediency and judicial disputes: Spiers v Ruddy. Edinburgh Law Review, 12(2), pp. 312-316. (doi:10.3366/E1364980908000450)

Chalmers, J. (2008) The Fraser appeal. Scottish Criminal Law, 2008, pp. 851-853.

Chalmers, J. (2008) Legal Responses to HIV and AIDS. Hart Publishing: Oxford. ISBN 9781841137261

Chalmers, J. (2008) Lieser and misconceptions. Scottish Criminal Law, 2008, pp. 1115-1121.

Chalmers, J. (2008) Trusts. In: Black, G. (ed.) Business Law in Scotland. W. Green: Edinburgh, pp. 419-449. ISBN 9780414017030

Chalmers, J. (2008) The true meaning of “wicked recklessness”: HM Advocate v Purcell. Edinburgh Law Review, pp. 298-302. (doi:10.3366/E1364980908000425)

2007

Chalmers, J., Duff, P., Leverick, F., and Melvin, Y. (2007) An Evaluation of the High Court Reforms Arising from the Criminal Procedure (Amendment) (Scotland) Act 2004. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, UK.

Chalmers, J. (2007) Criminal law. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Cameron, G., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Grier, N., McKerrell, N., Reid, A. and Shiels, R. (eds.) Understanding Scots Law: An Introduction to Scots Law, Procedure and Legal Skills. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 1001-1050. ISBN 9780414016910

Chalmers, J. (2007) More fair play for suspects: HM Advocate v Higgins. Edinburgh Law Review, 11(1), pp. 100-104. (doi:10.3366/elr.2007.11.1.100)

Chalmers, J. (2007) Reforming fiscal fines. Scottish Criminal Law, 2007, pp. 111-112.

Chalmers, J. (2007) Remedies. In: Thomson, J.M. (ed.) Delict. Scottish Universities Law Institute/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 1001-1050. ISBN 9780414015630

Chalmers, J. (2007) The Rights of Relatives to Damages (Mesothelioma) (Scotland) Act 2007. Edinburgh Law Review, 11(3), pp. 407-411. (doi:10.3366/elr.2007.11.3.407)

Chalmers, J. (2007) Testamentary conditions and public policy. In: Reid, K.G.C., de Waal, M.J. and Zimmermann, R. (eds.) Exploring the Law of Succession: Studies National, Historical and Comparative. Series: Edinburgh studies in law (5). Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 99-113. ISBN 9780748632909

Chalmers, J. (2007) Trusts. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Cameron, G., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Grier, N., McKerrell, N., Reid, A. and Shiels, R. (eds.) Understanding Scots Law: An Introduction to Scots Law, Procedure and Legal Skills. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 685-742. ISBN 9780414016910

Chalmers, J., Duff, P., and Leverick, F. (2007) Victim impact statements: can work, do work (for those who bother to make them). Criminal Law Review(May), pp. 360-379.

Chalmers, J., Duff, P., Leverick, F., and Melvin, Y. (2007) The High Court ('Bonomy') reforms: an evaluation. Scots Law Times, 24, pp. 173-178.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2007) Murder through the looking glass: Gillon v HM Advocate. Edinburgh Law Review, 11(2), pp. 230-236. (doi:10.3366/elr.2007.11.2.230)

Leverick, F., Chalmers, J., and Duff, P. (2007) The Pilot Victim Statement Schemes in Scotland. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, UK.

2006

Anderson, J., Chalmers, J., Nelson, M., Poulton, M., Power, L., Pozniak, A., and Reynolds, R. (2006) HIV Transmission, the Law and the Work of the Clinical Team: A Briefing Paper. Working Paper. British HIV Association, London, UK.

Chalmers, J. (2006) Evidence. Series: Law essentials. Dundee University Press: Dundee. ISBN 9781845860103

Chalmers, J. (2006) Fraud, mistake and consent in rape: some preliminary observations. Scots Law Times, 2006, pp. 29-33.

Chalmers, J. (2006) HIV and the law. In: Carter, M. (ed.) Living With HIV. Series: NAM manual. National AIDS Manual: London, UK, pp. 350-361. ISBN 9781898397892

Chalmers, J. (2006) How confidential is confidential? AIDS Treatment Update, 159, pp. 8-11.

Chalmers, J. (2006) Just an expert group that can't say no: reforming corporate homicide law. Edinburgh Law Review, 10(2), pp. 290-297. (doi:10.3366/elr.2006.10.2.290)

Chalmers, J. (2006) Penman v Bott. Scots Law Times, 17, p. 108.

Chalmers, J. (2006) Thomas Taylor's lectures on criminal law. In: MacQueen, H.L. (ed.) Miscellany five. Series: Stair Society (Series) (52). Stair Society: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 189-241. ISBN 9781872517186

Chalmers, J. (2006) Trial in absence. Green's Criminal Law Bulletin, 81, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2006) The law and HIV; Confidentiality in the clinic; HIV testing and consent. In: Cairns, G. (ed.) HIV and Aids Reference Manual. National AIDS Manual: London, UK. ISBN 9781898397793

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2006) Criminal Defences and Pleas in Bar of Trial. W. Green/Scottish Universities Law Institute: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780414015210

2005

Chalmers, J. (2005) Abortion and concealment of pregnancy. In: Stoddart, C.N. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia: Criminal Law [reissue]. LexisNexis Butterworths: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 275-286.

Chalmers, J. (2005) HIV/AIDS and criminal law in England and Wales: criminalisation of HIV transmission. Interights Bulletin, 15(2), pp. 60-62.

Chalmers, J. (2005) Homicide. In: Stoddart, C.N. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia: Criminal Law [reissue]. LexisNexis Butterworths: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 249-274.

Chalmers, J. (2005) Mandatory HIV and hepatitis testing. HIV Scotland Newsletter, 4,

Chalmers, J. (2005) Mandatory HIV and hepatitis testing: the flaws in the Executive's proposals. SCOLAG, 2005, pp. 116-119.

Chalmers, J., Gane, C., and Leverick, F. (2005) Introduction. In: Mackenzie, G. (ed.) The Laws And Customes Of Scotland, In Matters Criminal: Wherein To Be Seen How The Civil Law, And The Laws And Customs Of Other Nations Do Agree With, And Supply Ours [reprint of the 1678 ed.]. Lawbook Exchange: Clark, NJ, USA, iii-xxiii. ISBN 9781584776055

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2005) General defences. In: Stoddart, C.N. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia: Criminal Law [reissue]. LexisNexis Butterworths: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 195-205.

2004

Chalmers, J. (2004) Criminalization of HIV transmission: can doctors be liable for the onward transmission of HIV? International Journal of STD and AIDS, 15(12), pp. 782-788. (doi:10.1258/0956462042563729)

Chalmers, J. (2004) Merging provocation and diminished responsibility: some reasons for scepticism. Criminal Law Review, pp. 198-212.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Breach of the peace revisited. Green's Criminal Law Bulletin, 69, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Corporate culpable homicide: Transco plc v HM Advocate. Edinburgh Law Review, 8(2), pp. 262-266. (doi:10.3366/elr.2004.8.2.262)

Chalmers, J. (2004) Distress as corroboration of mens rea. Scots Law Times, 24, pp. 141-145.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Fireraising by omission. Scots Law Times, 10, pp. 59-63.

Chalmers, J. (2004) HIV and the law. In: Carter, M. (ed.) Living With HIV. National AIDS Manual: London, UK, pp. 274-282. ISBN 9781898397595

Chalmers, J. (2004) No butts, no doubts, no regrets: ECHR case law is more likely to require a smoking ban than annul one. Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 49, pp. 14-17.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Scottish appeals and the proposed Supreme Court. Edinburgh Law Review, 8(1), pp. 4-30. (doi:10.3366/elr.2004.8.1.4)

Chalmers, J. (2004) Sexual offences in Scotland: an agenda for reform. Scots Law Times, 18, pp. 109-113.

2003

Chalmers, J. (2003) Advocates' immunity from suit in respect of conduct in court. Journal of Criminal Law, 67(5), pp. 401-403.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Art and part liability in homicide. Green's Criminal Law Bulletin, 53, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Criminal law. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Brodie, D., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Cross, S., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Griffiths, A. and MacQueen, H. (eds.) Fundamentals of Scots Law. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 521-563. ISBN 9780414014510

Chalmers, J. (2003) District courts (Scotland): compatibility with article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Journal of Criminal Law, 67(4), pp. 311-313.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Hearsay, discretion and the ECHR. Scots Law Times, 22, pp. 181-185.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Is underage intercourse shamelessly indecent? Scots Law Times, 14, pp. 123-127.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Oppression and abuse of process. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8(3), pp. 232-236.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Reforming the pleas of insanity and diminished responsibility: some aspects of the Scottish Law commission’s discussion paper. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8, pp. 79-94.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Study, revision and examination. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Brodie, D., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Cross, S., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Griffiths, A. and MacQueen, H. (eds.) Fundamentals of Scots Law. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 565-571. ISBN 9780414014510

Chalmers, J. (2003) Trusts. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Brodie, D., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Cross, S., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Griffiths, A. and MacQueen, H. (eds.) Fundamentals of Scots Law. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 375-416. ISBN 9780414014510

Chalmers, J. (2003) What impact for victim statements? Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8(2), pp. 159-163.

Chalmers, J. (2003) The criminalisation of HIV transmission. ICFAI Journal of Healthcare Law, 1, pp. 21-31.

Chalmers, J., Gane, C., and Leverick, F. (2003) Partial Defences to Homicide in the Law of Scotland: A Report to the Law Commission for England and Wales. Project Report. Law Commission, London, UK.

Chalmers, J., and Gane, C.H.W. (2003) The aftermath of shameless indecency. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8(4), pp. 310-315.

2002

Chalmers, J. (2002) Abnormality and anglicisation: first thoughts on Galbraith v HM Advocate (No 2). Edinburgh Law Review, 6(1), pp. 108-117. (doi:10.3366/elr.2002.6.1.108)

Chalmers, J. (2002) How (not) to reform the law of rape. Edinburgh Law Review, 6(3), pp. 388-396. (doi:10.3366/elr.2002.6.3.388)

Chalmers, J. (2002) In defence of the trusting conveyancer. Scots Law Times, 28, pp. 231-235.

Chalmers, J. (2002) Trusts: Cases and Materials. W. Green/Sweet and Maxwell: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780414013377

Chalmers, J. (2002) The criminalisation of HIV transmission. Journal of Medical Ethics, 28(3), pp. 160-163. (doi:10.1136/jme.28.3.160)

Chalmers, J. (2002) The criminalisation of HIV transmission. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 78(6), pp. 448-451. (doi:10.1136/sti.78.6.448)

2001

Chalmers, J. (2001) Redefining provocation. Criminal Law Bulletin, 53, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Test purchasing: the human rights dimension. Trading Standards Review, 109(Sup), pp. 8-9.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Collapsing the structure of criminal law. Scots Law Times, 28, pp. 241-245.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Cross examination in sexual offence trials and the ECHR: some observations. Scots Law Times, 1, pp. 1-4.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Sexually transmitted diseases and the criminal law. Juridical Review, 5, pp. 259-278.

Gane, C.H.W., Stoddart, C.N., and Chalmers, J. (2001) A Casebook on Scottish Criminal Law. W. Green: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780414010505

2000

Chalmers, J. (2000) Acquaintance rape: a reply. Scots Law Times, 21, pp. 163-167.

Chalmers, J. (2000) Criminal law (release 6, 2003 – release 21, 2011). In: Miller, A. (ed.) Scottish Human Rights Service. W. Green: Edinburgh, UK, C3-C62. ISBN 9780414013896

Chalmers, J. (2000) Fireraising: from the ashes? Scots Law Times, 7, pp. 57-62.

Chalmers, J. (2000) The Hague evidence convention and discovery inter partes: trial court decisions since Aérospatiale. Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8, pp. 189-215.

Chalmers, J. (2000) Oral evidence - general. In: Ross, M.L., Chalmers, J., Walker, A.G. and Walker, N.M. (eds.) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland (2nd ed.). T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 177-194. ISBN 9780567005625

Chalmers, J. (2000) Public and official documents. In: Ross, M.L., Chalmers, J., Walker, A.G. and Walker, N.M. (eds.) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland [2nd ed.]. T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 281-305. ISBN 9780567005625

Chalmers, J. (2000) Test purchasing, entrapment and human rights. New Law Journal, 150(6954), pp. 1444-1446.

Chalmers, J., and Ross, M.L. (2000) Admissions and confessions. In: Ross, M.L., Chalmers, J., Walker, A.G. and Walker, N.M. (eds.) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland [2nd ed.]. T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 117-142. ISBN 9780567005625

Chalmers, J., and Ross, M.L. (2000) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland [2nd ed.]. T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 281-305. ISBN 9780567005625

1996

Chalmers, J. (1996) Part XII: appeals; part XIII: European law (release 28, 2007 – release 51, 2015). In: Renton, R.W. and Brown, H.H. (eds.) Criminal Procedure According to the Law of Scotland. W. Green: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 565-714. ISBN 9780414011519

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Articles

Chalmers, J. (2017) Developing Scots criminal law: a shift in responsibility? Juridical Review, (Accepted for Publication)

Chalmers, J. (2017) Clarifying the law on assisted suicide? Ross v Lord Advocate. Edinburgh Law Review, 21(1), pp. 93-98. (doi:10.3366/elr.2017.0391)

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2016) How should we go about jury research in Scotland? Criminal Law Review, 2016(10), pp. 697-713.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2016) Jury research in Scotland: a rejoinder. Criminal Law Review, 2016(12), pp. 924-930.

Chalmers, J. (2015) Criminal law reform in Scotland. Edinburgh Law Review, 19(3), pp. 399-403. (doi:10.3366/elr.2015.0302)

Chalmers, J., Leverick, F., and Shaw, A. (2015) Is formal criminalisation really on the rise? Evidence from the 1950s. Criminal Law Review, 2015(3), pp. 177-191.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Abolishing corroboration: three bad arguments. Scots Law Times(2), pp. 7-11.

Chalmers, J. (2014) 'Frenzied law making': overcriminalization by numbers. Current Legal Problems, 67(1), pp. 483-502. (doi:10.1093/clp/cuu001)

Chalmers, J. (2014) Insanity and automatism: notes from over the border and across the boundary. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 65(2), pp. 205-214.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2013) Scotland: twice as much criminal law as England? Edinburgh Law Review, 17(3), pp. 376-381. (doi:10.3366/elr.2013.0172)

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2013) Majority jury verdicts. Edinburgh Law Review, 17(1), pp. 90-96. (doi:10.3366/elr.2013.0139)

Chalmers, J. (2013) Justice redefined. Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 2013(Sept), pp. 13-15.

Chalmers, J. (2013) Opting out of EU police and criminal justice measures: the United Kingdom’s 2014 decision. New Journal of European Criminal Law, 4(3), pp. 215-226.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2013) Tracking the creation of criminal offences. Criminal Law Review, 2013, pp. 543-560.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2012) 'Substantial and radical change': A new dawn for Scottish criminal procedure. Modern Law Review, 75(5), pp. 837-864. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.2012.00926.x)

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2011) When should a retrial be permitted after a conviction is quashed on appeal? Modern Law Review, 74(5), pp. 721-749.

Chalmers, J. (2011) Regulating adolescent sexuality: English and Scottish approaches compared. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 23(4), pp. 450-464.

Chalmers, J. (2010) Assisted suicide: jurisdiction and discretion. Edinburgh Law Review, 14(2), pp. 295-300. (doi:10.3366/elr.2010.0007)

Leverick, F., and Chalmers, J. (2010) The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission and its referrals to the Appeal Court: the first ten years. Criminal Law Review, 8, pp. 608-622.

Leverick, F., Chalmers, J., Armstrong, S., and McNeill, F. (2010) Part of the establishment? A decade of the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission. Scots Law Times(27), pp. 147-151.

Chalmers, J. (2009) Section 11 7 of the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Bill: a dangerous loophole? Scottish Criminal Law, 2009, pp. 1240-1242.

Chalmers, J. (2009) Two problems in the Sexual Offences (Scotland) Bill. Scottish Criminal Law, 2009, pp. 553-559.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2008) Fair labelling in criminal law. Modern Law Review, 71(2), pp. 217-246. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.2008.00689.x)

Chalmers, J. (2008) Delay, expediency and judicial disputes: Spiers v Ruddy. Edinburgh Law Review, 12(2), pp. 312-316. (doi:10.3366/E1364980908000450)

Chalmers, J. (2008) The Fraser appeal. Scottish Criminal Law, 2008, pp. 851-853.

Chalmers, J. (2008) Lieser and misconceptions. Scottish Criminal Law, 2008, pp. 1115-1121.

Chalmers, J. (2008) The true meaning of “wicked recklessness”: HM Advocate v Purcell. Edinburgh Law Review, pp. 298-302. (doi:10.3366/E1364980908000425)

Chalmers, J. (2007) More fair play for suspects: HM Advocate v Higgins. Edinburgh Law Review, 11(1), pp. 100-104. (doi:10.3366/elr.2007.11.1.100)

Chalmers, J. (2007) Reforming fiscal fines. Scottish Criminal Law, 2007, pp. 111-112.

Chalmers, J. (2007) The Rights of Relatives to Damages (Mesothelioma) (Scotland) Act 2007. Edinburgh Law Review, 11(3), pp. 407-411. (doi:10.3366/elr.2007.11.3.407)

Chalmers, J., Duff, P., and Leverick, F. (2007) Victim impact statements: can work, do work (for those who bother to make them). Criminal Law Review(May), pp. 360-379.

Chalmers, J., Duff, P., Leverick, F., and Melvin, Y. (2007) The High Court ('Bonomy') reforms: an evaluation. Scots Law Times, 24, pp. 173-178.

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2007) Murder through the looking glass: Gillon v HM Advocate. Edinburgh Law Review, 11(2), pp. 230-236. (doi:10.3366/elr.2007.11.2.230)

Chalmers, J. (2006) Fraud, mistake and consent in rape: some preliminary observations. Scots Law Times, 2006, pp. 29-33.

Chalmers, J. (2006) How confidential is confidential? AIDS Treatment Update, 159, pp. 8-11.

Chalmers, J. (2006) Just an expert group that can't say no: reforming corporate homicide law. Edinburgh Law Review, 10(2), pp. 290-297. (doi:10.3366/elr.2006.10.2.290)

Chalmers, J. (2006) Penman v Bott. Scots Law Times, 17, p. 108.

Chalmers, J. (2006) Trial in absence. Green's Criminal Law Bulletin, 81, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2005) HIV/AIDS and criminal law in England and Wales: criminalisation of HIV transmission. Interights Bulletin, 15(2), pp. 60-62.

Chalmers, J. (2005) Mandatory HIV and hepatitis testing. HIV Scotland Newsletter, 4,

Chalmers, J. (2005) Mandatory HIV and hepatitis testing: the flaws in the Executive's proposals. SCOLAG, 2005, pp. 116-119.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Criminalization of HIV transmission: can doctors be liable for the onward transmission of HIV? International Journal of STD and AIDS, 15(12), pp. 782-788. (doi:10.1258/0956462042563729)

Chalmers, J. (2004) Merging provocation and diminished responsibility: some reasons for scepticism. Criminal Law Review, pp. 198-212.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Breach of the peace revisited. Green's Criminal Law Bulletin, 69, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Corporate culpable homicide: Transco plc v HM Advocate. Edinburgh Law Review, 8(2), pp. 262-266. (doi:10.3366/elr.2004.8.2.262)

Chalmers, J. (2004) Distress as corroboration of mens rea. Scots Law Times, 24, pp. 141-145.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Fireraising by omission. Scots Law Times, 10, pp. 59-63.

Chalmers, J. (2004) No butts, no doubts, no regrets: ECHR case law is more likely to require a smoking ban than annul one. Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 49, pp. 14-17.

Chalmers, J. (2004) Scottish appeals and the proposed Supreme Court. Edinburgh Law Review, 8(1), pp. 4-30. (doi:10.3366/elr.2004.8.1.4)

Chalmers, J. (2004) Sexual offences in Scotland: an agenda for reform. Scots Law Times, 18, pp. 109-113.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Advocates' immunity from suit in respect of conduct in court. Journal of Criminal Law, 67(5), pp. 401-403.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Art and part liability in homicide. Green's Criminal Law Bulletin, 53, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2003) District courts (Scotland): compatibility with article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Journal of Criminal Law, 67(4), pp. 311-313.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Hearsay, discretion and the ECHR. Scots Law Times, 22, pp. 181-185.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Is underage intercourse shamelessly indecent? Scots Law Times, 14, pp. 123-127.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Oppression and abuse of process. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8(3), pp. 232-236.

Chalmers, J. (2003) Reforming the pleas of insanity and diminished responsibility: some aspects of the Scottish Law commission’s discussion paper. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8, pp. 79-94.

Chalmers, J. (2003) What impact for victim statements? Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8(2), pp. 159-163.

Chalmers, J. (2003) The criminalisation of HIV transmission. ICFAI Journal of Healthcare Law, 1, pp. 21-31.

Chalmers, J., and Gane, C.H.W. (2003) The aftermath of shameless indecency. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 8(4), pp. 310-315.

Chalmers, J. (2002) Abnormality and anglicisation: first thoughts on Galbraith v HM Advocate (No 2). Edinburgh Law Review, 6(1), pp. 108-117. (doi:10.3366/elr.2002.6.1.108)

Chalmers, J. (2002) How (not) to reform the law of rape. Edinburgh Law Review, 6(3), pp. 388-396. (doi:10.3366/elr.2002.6.3.388)

Chalmers, J. (2002) In defence of the trusting conveyancer. Scots Law Times, 28, pp. 231-235.

Chalmers, J. (2002) The criminalisation of HIV transmission. Journal of Medical Ethics, 28(3), pp. 160-163. (doi:10.1136/jme.28.3.160)

Chalmers, J. (2002) The criminalisation of HIV transmission. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 78(6), pp. 448-451. (doi:10.1136/sti.78.6.448)

Chalmers, J. (2001) Redefining provocation. Criminal Law Bulletin, 53, pp. 2-4.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Test purchasing: the human rights dimension. Trading Standards Review, 109(Sup), pp. 8-9.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Collapsing the structure of criminal law. Scots Law Times, 28, pp. 241-245.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Cross examination in sexual offence trials and the ECHR: some observations. Scots Law Times, 1, pp. 1-4.

Chalmers, J. (2001) Sexually transmitted diseases and the criminal law. Juridical Review, 5, pp. 259-278.

Chalmers, J. (2000) Acquaintance rape: a reply. Scots Law Times, 21, pp. 163-167.

Chalmers, J. (2000) Fireraising: from the ashes? Scots Law Times, 7, pp. 57-62.

Chalmers, J. (2000) The Hague evidence convention and discovery inter partes: trial court decisions since Aérospatiale. Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8, pp. 189-215.

Chalmers, J. (2000) Test purchasing, entrapment and human rights. New Law Journal, 150(6954), pp. 1444-1446.

Books

Chalmers, J. (2017) Scottish Evidence Law Essentials [4th edition]. Series: Edinburgh law essentials. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 978147440779

Chalmers, J. and Leverick, F., eds. (2017) The Criminal Law of Scotland, 4th Edition, Volume II. Series: SULI. W. Green. ISBN 9780414057463

Ross, M. L., and Chalmers, J. (2015) Walker and Walker: the Law of Evidence in Scotland, 4th Edition. Bloomsbury Professional: Haywards Heath, West Sussex. ISBN 9781780435749

Chalmers, J. (2012) Evidence Essentials [3rd ed.]. Series: Scottish Legal Essentials. Dundee University Press: Dundee, Scotland. ISBN 9781845861353

Chalmers, J. (2010) The New Law of Sexual Offences in Scotland: Supplement 2: Supplement 1 to Volume 2 of Gordon’s Criminal Law (3rd ed.). W. Green, 2010: Edinburgh, Scotland. ISBN 9780414041271

Gane, C.H.W., Stoddart, C.N., and Chalmers, J. (2009) A Casebook on Scottish Criminal Law [4th ed.]. W. Green/Thomson Reuters: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780414016934

Chalmers, J. (2009) Evidence [2nd ed.]. Series: Scottish Law essentials. Dundee University Press: Dundee, Scotland. ISBN 9781845860653

Ross, M.L., and Chalmers, J. (2009) Walker and Walker: the Law of Evidence in Scotland [3rd ed.]. Tottel Publishing: Haywards Heath, West Sussex. ISBN 9781845921651

Chalmers, J. (2008) Legal Responses to HIV and AIDS. Hart Publishing: Oxford. ISBN 9781841137261

Chalmers, J. (2006) Evidence. Series: Law essentials. Dundee University Press: Dundee. ISBN 9781845860103

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2006) Criminal Defences and Pleas in Bar of Trial. W. Green/Scottish Universities Law Institute: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780414015210

Chalmers, J. (2002) Trusts: Cases and Materials. W. Green/Sweet and Maxwell: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780414013377

Gane, C.H.W., Stoddart, C.N., and Chalmers, J. (2001) A Casebook on Scottish Criminal Law. W. Green: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780414010505

Book Sections

Chalmers, J. (2015) Trusts. In: Black, G. and Bisacre, J.R. (eds.) Business Law in Scotland. W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 466-496. ISBN 9780414036734

Chalmers, J., and Blackie, J. (2015) Mixing and matching in Scottish delict and crime. In: Dyson, M. (ed.) Comparing Tort and Crime: Learning from Across and Within Legal Systems. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 271-315. ISBN 9781107080485

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2014) Quantifying criminalization. In: Duff, R.A., Farmer, L., Marshall, S.E., Renzo, M. and Tadros, V. (eds.) Criminalization: The Political Morality of the Criminal Law. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 54-79. ISBN 9780198726357 (doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198726357.003.0002)

Chalmers, J. (2014) Corroboration: consequences and criticism. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 5-18.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Independent legal representation for complainers in sexual offence cases. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 185-189.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Jury majority, size and verdicts. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 140-163.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Recording of police interviews. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 118-123.

Chalmers, J. (2014) The no case to answer submission. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 132-139.

Leverick, F., and Chalmers, J. (2014) Causes of wrongful conviction. In: Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A. (eds.) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. The Scottish Government: Edinburgh, pp. 30-43.

Chalmers, J. (2014) Offenses against the person. In: Dubber, M. D. and Hörnle, T. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law. Series: Oxford handbooks in law. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 727-746. ISBN 9780199673599

Chalmers, J. (2013) Disease transmission, liability and criminal law. In: Viens, A.M., Coggon, J. and Kessel, A.S. (eds.) Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 124-141. ISBN 9781107022782

Chalmers, J. (2013) Getting mixed up in crime : doctors, disease transmission, confidentiality, and the criminal process. In: Griffiths, D. and Saunders, A. (eds.) Bioethics, Medicine, and the Criminal Law : Medicine, Crime and Society. Series: Cambridge bioethics and law. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 65-78. ISBN 9781107021532

Chalmers, J. (2011) Partial defences to murder in Scotland : an unlikely tranquility. In: Reed, A. and Bohlander, M. (eds.) Loss of Control and Diminished Responsibility: Domestic, Comparative and International Perspectives. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey, England, pp. 167-181. ISBN 9781409431756

Chalmers, J. (2011) Trusts. In: Black, G. and Bisacre, J.R. (eds.) Business Law in Scotland [2nd ed.]. W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 426-456. ISBN 9780414018273

Chalmers, J. (2009) Ownership of trust property in Scotland and Louisiana. In: Palmer, V.V. and Reid, E.R. (eds.) Mixed Jurisdictions Compared: Private Law in Louisiana and Scotland. Series: Edinburgh studies in law (6). Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 132-145. ISBN 9780748638864

Chalmers, J. (2008) Trusts. In: Black, G. (ed.) Business Law in Scotland. W. Green: Edinburgh, pp. 419-449. ISBN 9780414017030

Chalmers, J. (2007) Criminal law. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Cameron, G., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Grier, N., McKerrell, N., Reid, A. and Shiels, R. (eds.) Understanding Scots Law: An Introduction to Scots Law, Procedure and Legal Skills. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 1001-1050. ISBN 9780414016910

Chalmers, J. (2007) Remedies. In: Thomson, J.M. (ed.) Delict. Scottish Universities Law Institute/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 1001-1050. ISBN 9780414015630

Chalmers, J. (2007) Testamentary conditions and public policy. In: Reid, K.G.C., de Waal, M.J. and Zimmermann, R. (eds.) Exploring the Law of Succession: Studies National, Historical and Comparative. Series: Edinburgh studies in law (5). Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 99-113. ISBN 9780748632909

Chalmers, J. (2007) Trusts. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Cameron, G., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Grier, N., McKerrell, N., Reid, A. and Shiels, R. (eds.) Understanding Scots Law: An Introduction to Scots Law, Procedure and Legal Skills. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 685-742. ISBN 9780414016910

Chalmers, J. (2006) HIV and the law. In: Carter, M. (ed.) Living With HIV. Series: NAM manual. National AIDS Manual: London, UK, pp. 350-361. ISBN 9781898397892

Chalmers, J. (2006) Thomas Taylor's lectures on criminal law. In: MacQueen, H.L. (ed.) Miscellany five. Series: Stair Society (Series) (52). Stair Society: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 189-241. ISBN 9781872517186

Chalmers, J. (2006) The law and HIV; Confidentiality in the clinic; HIV testing and consent. In: Cairns, G. (ed.) HIV and Aids Reference Manual. National AIDS Manual: London, UK. ISBN 9781898397793

Chalmers, J. (2005) Abortion and concealment of pregnancy. In: Stoddart, C.N. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia: Criminal Law [reissue]. LexisNexis Butterworths: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 275-286.

Chalmers, J. (2005) Homicide. In: Stoddart, C.N. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia: Criminal Law [reissue]. LexisNexis Butterworths: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 249-274.

Chalmers, J., Gane, C., and Leverick, F. (2005) Introduction. In: Mackenzie, G. (ed.) The Laws And Customes Of Scotland, In Matters Criminal: Wherein To Be Seen How The Civil Law, And The Laws And Customs Of Other Nations Do Agree With, And Supply Ours [reprint of the 1678 ed.]. Lawbook Exchange: Clark, NJ, USA, iii-xxiii. ISBN 9781584776055

Chalmers, J., and Leverick, F. (2005) General defences. In: Stoddart, C.N. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia: Criminal Law [reissue]. LexisNexis Butterworths: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 195-205.

Chalmers, J. (2004) HIV and the law. In: Carter, M. (ed.) Living With HIV. National AIDS Manual: London, UK, pp. 274-282. ISBN 9781898397595

Chalmers, J. (2003) Criminal law. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Brodie, D., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Cross, S., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Griffiths, A. and MacQueen, H. (eds.) Fundamentals of Scots Law. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 521-563. ISBN 9780414014510

Chalmers, J. (2003) Study, revision and examination. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Brodie, D., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Cross, S., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Griffiths, A. and MacQueen, H. (eds.) Fundamentals of Scots Law. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 565-571. ISBN 9780414014510

Chalmers, J. (2003) Trusts. In: Ashton, C., Brand, D., Brodie, D., Chalmers, J., Craig, V., Cross, S., Finch, V., Gordon, A., Griffiths, A. and MacQueen, H. (eds.) Fundamentals of Scots Law. Thomson/W. Green: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 375-416. ISBN 9780414014510

Chalmers, J. (2000) Criminal law (release 6, 2003 – release 21, 2011). In: Miller, A. (ed.) Scottish Human Rights Service. W. Green: Edinburgh, UK, C3-C62. ISBN 9780414013896

Chalmers, J. (2000) Oral evidence - general. In: Ross, M.L., Chalmers, J., Walker, A.G. and Walker, N.M. (eds.) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland (2nd ed.). T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 177-194. ISBN 9780567005625

Chalmers, J. (2000) Public and official documents. In: Ross, M.L., Chalmers, J., Walker, A.G. and Walker, N.M. (eds.) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland [2nd ed.]. T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 281-305. ISBN 9780567005625

Chalmers, J., and Ross, M.L. (2000) Admissions and confessions. In: Ross, M.L., Chalmers, J., Walker, A.G. and Walker, N.M. (eds.) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland [2nd ed.]. T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 117-142. ISBN 9780567005625

Chalmers, J. (1996) Part XII: appeals; part XIII: European law (release 28, 2007 – release 51, 2015). In: Renton, R.W. and Brown, H.H. (eds.) Criminal Procedure According to the Law of Scotland. W. Green: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 565-714. ISBN 9780414011519

Edited Books

McCarthy, F., Chalmers, J. and Bogle, S., (Eds.) (2015) Essays in Conveyancing and Property Law in Honour of Professor Robert Rennie. Open Book Publishers: Cambridge. ISBN 9781783741472

Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Shaw, A., (Eds.) (2014) Post-Corroboration Safeguards Review Report of the Academic Expert Group. Scottish Government: Edinburgh.

Anderson, R. G., Chalmers, J. and MacLeod, J., (Eds.) (2014) Glasgow Tercentenary Essays: 300 Years of the School of Law. Avizandum: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781904968139

Chalmers, J., Leverick, F. and Farmer, L., (Eds.) (2010) Essays in Criminal Law in Honour of Sir Gerald Gordon. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748640706

Chalmers, J., and Ross, M.L. (2000) Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland [2nd ed.]. T&T Clark: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 281-305. ISBN 9780567005625

Research Reports or Papers

Leverick, F., Chalmers, J., Armstrong, S., and McNeill, F. (2009) Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission: 10th Anniversary Research. Project Report. Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission, Glasgow, UK.

Chalmers, J., Duff, P., Leverick, F., and Melvin, Y. (2007) An Evaluation of the High Court Reforms Arising from the Criminal Procedure (Amendment) (Scotland) Act 2004. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, UK.

Leverick, F., Chalmers, J., and Duff, P. (2007) The Pilot Victim Statement Schemes in Scotland. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, UK.

Anderson, J., Chalmers, J., Nelson, M., Poulton, M., Power, L., Pozniak, A., and Reynolds, R. (2006) HIV Transmission, the Law and the Work of the Clinical Team: A Briefing Paper. Working Paper. British HIV Association, London, UK.

Chalmers, J., Gane, C., and Leverick, F. (2003) Partial Defences to Homicide in the Law of Scotland: A Report to the Law Commission for England and Wales. Project Report. Law Commission, London, UK.

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