Professor Jane Mair

  • Professor of Private Law (School of Law)

telephone: 01413306841
email: Jane.Mair@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

Jane Mair currently holds the position of Professor of Private Law, having joined the School of Law originally in 1989 as a lecturer. Following her LLB (Edinburgh 1984), she focused on labour law and discrimination for her LLM (Cambridge 1985) and then the regulation of marriage and matrimonial property for her PhD (Edinburgh 1992). Set against a broad background of private law, she continues to concentrate on research and teaching in the areas of employment law and family law. Unifying factors include her interests in the legal regulation of personal relationships; the interaction of work and family and the influence of gender in both areas. 

Research interests

Contractualisation of family law

The Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985, provides an excellent statutory framework for financial provision on divorce.  Yet although the Act has been in place for over 30 years, there has been relatively little detailed research into how it works in practice.  The aim of this Nuffield Foundation project was to investigate, within the context of adjudicated cases, the ways in which the statutory provisions are used, how they operate in practice and the experience of those legal professionals involved in their use; solicitors, advocates and judges.

Principles in practice

Moving family law disputes out of court and encouraging negotiation and settlement instead has been a key focus for family law and family justice debate since the 1970s. More recently, there is emerging debate around the ‘contractualisation’ of family law.  Sponsored by the ERSC, this project investigated legally binding separation agreements and private ordering in family law in Scotland, through the analysis of a sample of 600 separation agreements registered in 2010.

Religion and belief in family law

Stemming from an initial interest in the role of religion in marriage and marriage law, I have developed a broader research agenda around religion and law. I contribute regularly to European projects on religion and family law and, within the Scottish context she is working, together with Professor Callum Brown, a renowned expert on the history of secularism, on the development of an academic hub for research into humanism and non-religious belief more generally.

Religion in Scots Law: Report of an Audit at the University of Glasgow 
by Professor Jane Mair, Professor Callum Brown and Dr Thomas Green
Sponsored by the Humanist Society Scotland

Selected publications

Mair, J. (2011) The place of religion in family law: a comparative search. In: Mair, J. and Örücü, E. (eds.) The Place of Religion in Family Law: A Comparative Search. Series: European family law series (30). Intersentia, pp. 359-385. ISBN 9781780680156

Mair, J., and Sharpe, I. (2010) Scots law and the CEFL principles regarding parental responsibilities: harmony in principle. In: Mair, J. and Orucu, E. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law (27). Intersentia: Antwerp, pp. 161-194. ISBN 9789050955775

Mair, J. (2009) Direct Discrimination: Limited by Definition? International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 10(1), pp. 3-17. (doi:10.1177/135822910901000102)

Grants

Professor Mair has been awarded the following grants:

2014

£38,750 by the Humanist Society, Scotland for a joint project with Professor Callum Brown, University of Glasgow, Modern History, to carry out an audit of religious privilege in the law and constitution of Scotland with a start date of October 2014.

£74,358  by the Nuffield Foundation for a project entitled Principles in Practice: financial provision on divorce in terms of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985 with a start date of April 2014.

2012

Dr Jane Mair with Prof Fran Wasoff, CRFR, University of Edinburgh was awarded (c£74,000) from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) small grants fund for a project entitled All Settled? Private ordering in Scots family law with a start date of 1 April 2012.

2010

Dr Jane Mair was successful in securing £950 of ASRF seedcorn funding for a workshop on Religion and Family Law.

 

Supervision

Research Students under supervision

João de Sousa Assis - Liberalities across Europe - a cross border analysis of donation

Felicity Belton - Forced marriage: an inconvenience in International Law?

Catriona Cannon - Law and religion in the employment context

Henrietta Consolo - A critique of the gift concept in organ transplantation

Nicole Sweeney

Supervision interests

I am happy to supervise students in all areas of family law and would particularly welcome proposals relating to marriage, cohabitation and family property. Within employment law, I am keen to discuss research ideas relating to discrimination, the work/family agenda and issues relating to the contractual regulation of work.

Teaching

  • Family Law (Level 1)
  • Business Law (Level 1)
  • Elements of Law for Engineers (Level 1)
  • Labour Law (Level 2)
  • Issues of Family Law (Level 4)

Additional information

Affiliations

Centre for Research on Families and Relationships - Associate Researcher
Commission for European Family Law - National Expert
Family Law Academic Network Scotland - Steering Group Member
Glasgow Humanist Studies Hub led by Professor Callum Brown (Professor of History)
Law Reform and Public Policy Research Group 

 

External Responsibilities

Co-editor of Green’s Employment Law Bulletin
Editor of Avizandum Scots Family Law statutes
Member of the Law Society of Scotland’s Employment Law committee

 

Media Coverage of Religion in Scots Law: Report of an Audit at the University of Glasgow

The Herald: 'Landmark report: Influence of religion on Scottish schools increasing'

STV: 'Religious influence on schools 'strengthened significantly''

BBC: 'Humanists call for end to religious influence in schools'

The National: 'Religion is losing influence on Scottish life ... except in education'

CommonSpace: 'For God’s sake: University report identifies religious privileges in Scots law'

Christian Today: 'Religious influence increasing in Scottish schools'

Scottish Legal News: 'Religion’s influence on Scots law declining in every area except education'

 

School of Law Blog Posts

Glasgow Forum for Scots Law: 'Principles in Practice – 30 years of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985'

A Religious Revival

A Religious Audit 

 

All publications

List by: Type | Date

Jump to: 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2003 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1990
Number of items: 52.

2017

Mair, J. (2017) The breadwinner, the homemaker and the worker/carer: new stereotypes for old? In: Griffiths, A., Mustasaari, S. and Maki-Petaja-Leinonen, A. (eds.) Subjectivity, Citizenship and Belonging in Law: Identities and Intersections. Routledge. ISBN 9781138121720 (In Press)

2016

Mair, J. (2016) Marriage: a meaningful relationship? In: Eekelaar, J. (ed.) Family Law in Britain and America in the New Century. Brill Nijhoff. ISBN 9789004304918 (In Press)

Brown, C., Green, T., and Mair, J. (2016) Religion in Scots Law: Report of an Audit at the University of Glasgow. Project Report. Humanist Society Scotland, Edinburgh.

Brown, C., Green, T., and Mair, J. (2016) Religion in Scots Law: Report of an Audit at the University of Glasgow. Project Report. Humanist Society Scotland, Edinburgh.

Mair, J. (2016) The impact of religion on European family law. In: Scherpe, J.M. (ed.) Research Handbook on European Family Law. Series: Research handbooks in European law. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 9781781955819

Mair, J., Mordaunt, E., and Wasoff, F. (2016) Built to last: The Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985 - 30 Years of Financial Provision On Divorce. Project Report. Nuffield Foundation. (Unpublished)

2015

Mair, J. (2015) Belief in marriage. International Journal of the Jurisprudence of the Family, 5,

Mair, J., Wasoff, F., and Mackay, K. (2015) Family justice without courts: property settlement on separation using contracts in Scotland. In: Maclean, M., Eekelaar, J. and Bastard, B. (eds.) Delivering Family Justice in the 21st Century. Hart / Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781849459128

Mair, J. (2015) Born or becoming: children, religion and identity. In: Jänterä-Jareborg, M. (ed.) The Child's Interests in Conflict. Series: European family law (41). Intersentia: Cambridge, pp. 31-54. ISBN 9781780683461

Mair, J. (2015) A religious revival in family law. In: Ferrari, S. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Law and Religion. Routledge: New York, NY. ISBN 9780415836425

2014

Mair, J. (2014) It's all about relationships. In: Foblets, M.-C., Alidadi, K., Yanasmayon, Z. and Nielsen, J. S. (eds.) Belief, Law and Politics: What Future for a Secular Europe? Series: Cultural Diversity and Law in Association with RELIGARE. Ashgate: Farnham. ISBN 9781472453464

Mordaunt, E., Mair, J., and Wasoff, F. (2014) Standing the test of time? Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, Nov,

Mair, J. (2014) Informal Relationships National Report: Scotland. Project Report. Commission for European Family Law.

2013

Mair, J. (2013) An ideal balance? Employment Law Bulletin, 117, pp. 2-4.

Mair, J., (Ed.) (2013) Avizandum Statutes on Scots Family Law 2013-14. Avizandum Publishing Ltd.: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781904968610

Mair, J., Wasoff, F., and Mackay, K. (2013) All Settled? A study of legally binding separation agreements and private ordering in Scotland : final report. Other. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

2012

Mair, J. (2012) Marriage: a lasting legal relationship. In: Mulhern, M.A. (ed.) The Law. Series: Scottish Life and Society: Scottish Life and Society:, 13 (13). John Donald in association with the European Ethnological Research Centre, pp. 704-722. ISBN 9781906566043

2011

Mair, J. (2011) The marriage contract: Radmacher v Granatino. Edinburgh Law Review, 15(2), pp. 265-270. (doi:10.3366/elr.2011.0027)

Mair, J. and Orucu, E., (Eds.) (2011) The Place of Religion in Family Law: a Comparative Search. Series: European Family Law. Intersentia: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781780680156

Mair, J. (2011) Alison Cleland and Elaine E. Sutherland (eds.), 'Children's Rights in Scotland': Review. Edinburgh Law Review, 15(1), pp. 153-154. [Book Review]

Mair, J. (2011) The place of religion in family law: a comparative search. In: Mair, J. and Örücü, E. (eds.) The Place of Religion in Family Law: A Comparative Search. Series: European family law series (30). Intersentia, pp. 359-385. ISBN 9781780680156

2010

Mair, J. and Orucu, E., (Eds.) (2010) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law Series. Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050959797

Mair, J. (2010) National report on Matrimonial Property for Scotland. In: Boele, W. (ed.) European Family Law in Action: Property Relations Between Spouses. Series: European Family Law, IV (24). Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050958936

Mair, J., and Sharpe, I. (2010) Scots law and the CEFL principles regarding parental responsibilities: harmony in principle. In: Mair, J. and Orucu, E. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law (27). Intersentia: Antwerp, pp. 161-194. ISBN 9789050955775

Orucu, E., and Mair, J. (2010) Catering for Diverse Cultures Through Harmonised Norms. In: Mair, J. and Orucu, E. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law (27). Commission on European Family Law: Antwerp, pp. 3-15. ISBN 9789050959797

Orucu, E., and Mair, J. (2010) Harmonised Norms of Parental Responsibilities Facing Reality. In: Mair, J. and Orucu, E. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law (27). Commission on European Family Law: Antwerp, pp. 269-296. ISBN 9789050959797

2009

Mair, J. (2009) Direct Discrimination: Limited by Definition? International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 10(1), pp. 3-17. (doi:10.1177/135822910901000102)

2008

Mair, J. (2008) Parents and parenting: McGibbon v McAllister. Edinburgh Law Review, 12(3), pp. 442-446. (doi:10.3366/E1364980908000681)

2007

Orucu, E. and Mair, J., (Eds.) (2007) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law: Divorce and Maintenance. Series: European Family Law. Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050955775

Mair, J. (2007) Public ceremony and private belief: the role of religion in the Scots law of marriage. Juridical Review, 2007(4), pp. 280-292.

Mair, J. (2007) Common principles and purposes? Scots Law and the Commission on European Family Law. In: Orucu, E. and Mair, J. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Divorce and Maintenance. Series: European Family Law (17). Intersentia: Antwerp, pp. 74-98. ISBN 9789050955775

Mair, J. (2007) The national legal systems juxtaposed to the CEFL principles: harmonious ideals? In: Orucu, E. and Mair, J. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Divorce and Maintenance. Series: European Family Law (17). Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050955775

Orucu, E., and Mair, J. (2007) Common Cultures and Diverse Laws - Common Laws and Diverse Cultures. In: Orucu, E. and Mair, J. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Divorce and Maintenance. Intersentia: Antwerp, pp. 3-16. ISBN 9789050955775

2006

Mair, J. (2006) A modern marriage. Edinburgh Law Review, 10(3), pp. 333-351. (doi:10.3366/elr.2006.10.3.333)

2003

Hiram, H., and Mair, J. (2003) A Leonine Partnership: marriage, undue influence and the family home. In: Hudson, A. (ed.) New Perspectives on Property Law, Human Rights and the Home. Routledge-Cavendish, pp. 99-116. ISBN 1-85941-843-0

Mair, J. (2003) A sham marriage or a proper wedding?: Hakeem v Hussain. Edinburgh Law Review, 7(3), pp. 404-409. (doi:10.3366/elr.2003.7.3.404)

2000

Mair, J. (2000) Maternity Leave: Improved and Simplified? Modern Law Review, 63(6), pp. 877-886.

Mair, J. (2000) Parental Leave and Time off for Dependants. In: Craig, V. (ed.) Laws of Scotland: Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia of the Laws of Scotland : Reissue Employment. Law Society of Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 357-362. ISBN 0 406 982 805

Mair, J. (2000) Disability discrimination. In: Craig, V. (ed.) The Laws of Scotland : Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia : Reissue. Law Society of Scotland : Butterworths, pp. 337-345. ISBN 0406982805

Mair, J. (2000) Equal treatment and equal pay. In: Craig, V. (ed.) The Laws Of Scotland : Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia : Reissue Employment. Butterworths, pp. 294-336. ISBN 0406982805

Mair, J. (2000) Maternity rights. In: Craig, V. (ed.) The Laws Of Scotland : Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia : Reissue Employment. Butterworths, pp. 346-357. ISBN 0 406 982 805

Mair, J. (2000) Part time workers. In: Craig, V. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia of the Laws of Scotland Reissue Employment. Butterworths, pp. 362-367. ISBN 0406982805

1999

Mair, J. (1999) Lilian Edwards and Anne Griffiths, 'Family Law': Review. Edinburgh Law Review, 3(1), pp. 121-123. (doi:10.3366/elr.1999.3.1.121) [Book Review]

1998

Burrows, N., and Mair, J. (1998) Catching up with European Social Law: European Works Councils and Parental Leave in the UK. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 3(2), pp. 159-168.

1996

Burrows, N., and Mair, J. (1996) European social law. Wiley: Chichester. ISBN 0471965375

Mair, J. (1996) Maternal foetal conflict: defined or defused? In: McLean, S. A.M. (ed.) Contemporary Issues in Law, Medicine and Ethics. Series: Medico-legal series. Dartmouth: Aldershot, pp. 79-97. ISBN 9781855215863

1995

Mair, J. (1995) Pregnant or ill? Brown v Rentokil. Juridical Review, 1995, pp. 310-313.

Mair, J. (1995) Transfer of undertakings: an employment perspective. Juridical Review, 1995, pp. 247-249.

1994

Mair, J. (1994) Acquired rights and collective redundancies. Utilities Law Review, 5, pp. 98-100.

Mair, J. (1994) Contracting out: uncertainty returns. Utilities Law Review, 6, pp. 98-100.

Mair, J. (1994) Void marriages, force and fear and the Asian community. Juridical Review, 1994, pp. 112-115.

1990

Carty, A., and Mair, J. (1990) Some post-modern perspectives on law and society. Journal of Law and Society, 17(4), pp. 395-410.

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Number of items: 54.

Articles

Mair, J. (2015) Belief in marriage. International Journal of the Jurisprudence of the Family, 5,

Mordaunt, E., Mair, J., and Wasoff, F. (2014) Standing the test of time? Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, Nov,

Mair, J. (2013) An ideal balance? Employment Law Bulletin, 117, pp. 2-4.

Mair, J. (2011) The marriage contract: Radmacher v Granatino. Edinburgh Law Review, 15(2), pp. 265-270. (doi:10.3366/elr.2011.0027)

Mair, J. (2009) Direct Discrimination: Limited by Definition? International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 10(1), pp. 3-17. (doi:10.1177/135822910901000102)

Mair, J. (2008) Parents and parenting: McGibbon v McAllister. Edinburgh Law Review, 12(3), pp. 442-446. (doi:10.3366/E1364980908000681)

Mair, J. (2007) Public ceremony and private belief: the role of religion in the Scots law of marriage. Juridical Review, 2007(4), pp. 280-292.

Mair, J. (2006) A modern marriage. Edinburgh Law Review, 10(3), pp. 333-351. (doi:10.3366/elr.2006.10.3.333)

Mair, J. (2003) A sham marriage or a proper wedding?: Hakeem v Hussain. Edinburgh Law Review, 7(3), pp. 404-409. (doi:10.3366/elr.2003.7.3.404)

Mair, J. (2000) Maternity Leave: Improved and Simplified? Modern Law Review, 63(6), pp. 877-886.

Burrows, N., and Mair, J. (1998) Catching up with European Social Law: European Works Councils and Parental Leave in the UK. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 3(2), pp. 159-168.

Mair, J. (1995) Pregnant or ill? Brown v Rentokil. Juridical Review, 1995, pp. 310-313.

Mair, J. (1995) Transfer of undertakings: an employment perspective. Juridical Review, 1995, pp. 247-249.

Mair, J. (1994) Acquired rights and collective redundancies. Utilities Law Review, 5, pp. 98-100.

Mair, J. (1994) Contracting out: uncertainty returns. Utilities Law Review, 6, pp. 98-100.

Mair, J. (1994) Void marriages, force and fear and the Asian community. Juridical Review, 1994, pp. 112-115.

Carty, A., and Mair, J. (1990) Some post-modern perspectives on law and society. Journal of Law and Society, 17(4), pp. 395-410.

Books

Burrows, N., and Mair, J. (1996) European social law. Wiley: Chichester. ISBN 0471965375

Book Sections

Mair, J. (2017) The breadwinner, the homemaker and the worker/carer: new stereotypes for old? In: Griffiths, A., Mustasaari, S. and Maki-Petaja-Leinonen, A. (eds.) Subjectivity, Citizenship and Belonging in Law: Identities and Intersections. Routledge. ISBN 9781138121720 (In Press)

Mair, J. (2016) Marriage: a meaningful relationship? In: Eekelaar, J. (ed.) Family Law in Britain and America in the New Century. Brill Nijhoff. ISBN 9789004304918 (In Press)

Mair, J. (2016) The impact of religion on European family law. In: Scherpe, J.M. (ed.) Research Handbook on European Family Law. Series: Research handbooks in European law. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 9781781955819

Mair, J., Wasoff, F., and Mackay, K. (2015) Family justice without courts: property settlement on separation using contracts in Scotland. In: Maclean, M., Eekelaar, J. and Bastard, B. (eds.) Delivering Family Justice in the 21st Century. Hart / Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781849459128

Mair, J. (2015) Born or becoming: children, religion and identity. In: Jänterä-Jareborg, M. (ed.) The Child's Interests in Conflict. Series: European family law (41). Intersentia: Cambridge, pp. 31-54. ISBN 9781780683461

Mair, J. (2015) A religious revival in family law. In: Ferrari, S. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Law and Religion. Routledge: New York, NY. ISBN 9780415836425

Mair, J. (2014) It's all about relationships. In: Foblets, M.-C., Alidadi, K., Yanasmayon, Z. and Nielsen, J. S. (eds.) Belief, Law and Politics: What Future for a Secular Europe? Series: Cultural Diversity and Law in Association with RELIGARE. Ashgate: Farnham. ISBN 9781472453464

Mair, J. (2012) Marriage: a lasting legal relationship. In: Mulhern, M.A. (ed.) The Law. Series: Scottish Life and Society: Scottish Life and Society:, 13 (13). John Donald in association with the European Ethnological Research Centre, pp. 704-722. ISBN 9781906566043

Mair, J. (2011) The place of religion in family law: a comparative search. In: Mair, J. and Örücü, E. (eds.) The Place of Religion in Family Law: A Comparative Search. Series: European family law series (30). Intersentia, pp. 359-385. ISBN 9781780680156

Mair, J. (2010) National report on Matrimonial Property for Scotland. In: Boele, W. (ed.) European Family Law in Action: Property Relations Between Spouses. Series: European Family Law, IV (24). Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050958936

Mair, J., and Sharpe, I. (2010) Scots law and the CEFL principles regarding parental responsibilities: harmony in principle. In: Mair, J. and Orucu, E. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law (27). Intersentia: Antwerp, pp. 161-194. ISBN 9789050955775

Orucu, E., and Mair, J. (2010) Catering for Diverse Cultures Through Harmonised Norms. In: Mair, J. and Orucu, E. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law (27). Commission on European Family Law: Antwerp, pp. 3-15. ISBN 9789050959797

Orucu, E., and Mair, J. (2010) Harmonised Norms of Parental Responsibilities Facing Reality. In: Mair, J. and Orucu, E. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law (27). Commission on European Family Law: Antwerp, pp. 269-296. ISBN 9789050959797

Mair, J. (2007) Common principles and purposes? Scots Law and the Commission on European Family Law. In: Orucu, E. and Mair, J. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Divorce and Maintenance. Series: European Family Law (17). Intersentia: Antwerp, pp. 74-98. ISBN 9789050955775

Mair, J. (2007) The national legal systems juxtaposed to the CEFL principles: harmonious ideals? In: Orucu, E. and Mair, J. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Divorce and Maintenance. Series: European Family Law (17). Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050955775

Orucu, E., and Mair, J. (2007) Common Cultures and Diverse Laws - Common Laws and Diverse Cultures. In: Orucu, E. and Mair, J. (eds.) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Divorce and Maintenance. Intersentia: Antwerp, pp. 3-16. ISBN 9789050955775

Hiram, H., and Mair, J. (2003) A Leonine Partnership: marriage, undue influence and the family home. In: Hudson, A. (ed.) New Perspectives on Property Law, Human Rights and the Home. Routledge-Cavendish, pp. 99-116. ISBN 1-85941-843-0

Mair, J. (2000) Parental Leave and Time off for Dependants. In: Craig, V. (ed.) Laws of Scotland: Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia of the Laws of Scotland : Reissue Employment. Law Society of Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 357-362. ISBN 0 406 982 805

Mair, J. (2000) Disability discrimination. In: Craig, V. (ed.) The Laws of Scotland : Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia : Reissue. Law Society of Scotland : Butterworths, pp. 337-345. ISBN 0406982805

Mair, J. (2000) Equal treatment and equal pay. In: Craig, V. (ed.) The Laws Of Scotland : Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia : Reissue Employment. Butterworths, pp. 294-336. ISBN 0406982805

Mair, J. (2000) Maternity rights. In: Craig, V. (ed.) The Laws Of Scotland : Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia : Reissue Employment. Butterworths, pp. 346-357. ISBN 0 406 982 805

Mair, J. (2000) Part time workers. In: Craig, V. (ed.) Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia of the Laws of Scotland Reissue Employment. Butterworths, pp. 362-367. ISBN 0406982805

Mair, J. (1996) Maternal foetal conflict: defined or defused? In: McLean, S. A.M. (ed.) Contemporary Issues in Law, Medicine and Ethics. Series: Medico-legal series. Dartmouth: Aldershot, pp. 79-97. ISBN 9781855215863

Book Reviews

Mair, J. (2011) Alison Cleland and Elaine E. Sutherland (eds.), 'Children's Rights in Scotland': Review. Edinburgh Law Review, 15(1), pp. 153-154. [Book Review]

Mair, J. (1999) Lilian Edwards and Anne Griffiths, 'Family Law': Review. Edinburgh Law Review, 3(1), pp. 121-123. (doi:10.3366/elr.1999.3.1.121) [Book Review]

Edited Books

Mair, J., (Ed.) (2013) Avizandum Statutes on Scots Family Law 2013-14. Avizandum Publishing Ltd.: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781904968610

Mair, J. and Orucu, E., (Eds.) (2011) The Place of Religion in Family Law: a Comparative Search. Series: European Family Law. Intersentia: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781780680156

Mair, J. and Orucu, E., (Eds.) (2010) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law on Parental Responsibilities. Series: European Family Law Series. Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050959797

Orucu, E. and Mair, J., (Eds.) (2007) Juxtaposing Legal Systems and the Principles of European Family Law: Divorce and Maintenance. Series: European Family Law. Intersentia: Antwerp. ISBN 9789050955775

Research Reports or Papers

Brown, C., Green, T., and Mair, J. (2016) Religion in Scots Law: Report of an Audit at the University of Glasgow. Project Report. Humanist Society Scotland, Edinburgh.

Brown, C., Green, T., and Mair, J. (2016) Religion in Scots Law: Report of an Audit at the University of Glasgow. Project Report. Humanist Society Scotland, Edinburgh.

Mair, J., Mordaunt, E., and Wasoff, F. (2016) Built to last: The Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985 - 30 Years of Financial Provision On Divorce. Project Report. Nuffield Foundation. (Unpublished)

Mair, J. (2014) Informal Relationships National Report: Scotland. Project Report. Commission for European Family Law.

Mair, J., Wasoff, F., and Mackay, K. (2013) All Settled? A study of legally binding separation agreements and private ordering in Scotland : final report. Other. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Key Findings

Brown, C., Green, T., and Mair, J. Religion and Scots law: Key findings. [Key Findings]

Mair, J., Mordaunt, E., and Wasoff, F. Built to Last: The Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985 - 30 years of financial provision on divorce. [Key Findings]

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