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Published Articles

List of Published Articles by Daniel Greenberg


Enforcement Law and the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 New Law Journal Vol 140 No 6485 Pages 1773-1808 Butterworths, December 21, 1990

The High Court and County Courts Jurisdiction Order 1991 New Law Journal Vol 141 No 6504 Pages 657-692 Butterworths, May, 17, 1991

All Trains Stop at Crewe: The Rise and Rise of Contextual Drafting European Journal of Law Reform ISSN 1387-2370 Volume 7 2005 issue ½ Eleven International Publishing

The Nature of Legislative Intent and Its Implications for Legislative Drafting Statute Law Review 27(1), 15-28, doi:10.1093/slr/hmi022 Oxford University Press 2006

The Volume and Complexity of United Kingdom Legislation Today Halsbury’s Laws of England Centenary Essays 2007 ISBN 978-1-4057-3391-5 Lexis Nexis

Daniel Greenberg: The challenge of the law 31/01/2008

The Techniques of Gender-neutral Drafting Drafting Legislation: a Modern Approach ISBN 978-0-7546-4903-8 Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2008

Drafting of Legislation New Oxford Companion to Law ISBN 978-0-19-929054-3 OUP 2008

Hansard, the Whole Hansard and Nothing But the Hansard Law Quarterly Review Volume 124 ISSN 0023-933X Thomson Sweet & Maxwell April 2008

Director’s Liability The Business Ethical Review 2009/2010 JABE Jewish Association for Business Ethics

Nothing will come of nothing New Law Journal Vol 160 No 7428 LexisNexis 30 July 2010

Duchy Original – The origins of the rule of Prince’s Consent to Bills The Guardian, Monday 31 October 2011 p.9.

The ‘Copy-Out’ Debate in the Implementation of European Union Law in the United Kingdom Legisprudence International journal for the study of legislation ISSN 1752-1467 Hart Publishing 2012

How to stem the flood New Law Journal Vol 162, No 7535 LexisNexis 26 October 2012

Business Ethics Training Course for Law Firms The Business Ethical Review 2011/12 JABE Jewish Association for Business Ethics

A refreshing decision; or the rule of law in action Statute Law Review 33(3), 409-11, doi:10.1093/slr/hms035 OUP 2012

Legal Information and Aspects of Devolution: Welsh Devolution Legal Information Management, Journal of British and Irish Association of Law Librarians ISSN 1472 – 6696 Vol 13, No.13 2013 pp.134-138 Cambridge University Press 2013

The Realities of the Parliament Act 1911 Law in Politics, Politics in Law ISBN 9781849464734 Hart Publishing 2013

The Challenges of Compiling a Legal Dictionary Chapter 4 of Legal Lexicography Ashgate, 2014 ISBN 978-1-4094-5441-0

Pink Planning Centre for Policy Studies Pointmaker November 2014 ISBN 978-1-906996-98-7

Dangerous trends in modern legislation Public Law Citation: P.L. 2015, Jan, 96-110 January 2015 ISSN 0033-3565

Duty to Consider Economic Growth in Exercising Regulatory Functions Emerging Themes 2015 – Another Turbulent Year for Financial Regulation Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP January 2015

Deconstructing Legislation – A Practical Guide to Legislative Scrutiny Politics Plus, Northern Ireland Assembly February 2015

A Suggestion for the Housing and Planning Minister Centre for Policy Studies, 19 May 2015 ISBN 978-1-910627-11-2

Housing: Now is the Time to Seize the Opportunity Centre for Policy Studies, February 2017 ISBN 978-1-910627-44-0

Judicial Ignorance of the Parliamentary Process: Implications for Statutory Interpretation Judicial Power Project – Policy Exchange, March 2017

We need a new Act of Union to meet the challenges of Brexit, BrexitCentral, 21 April 2017​

Maintaining independence in a collaborative government structure – January 10, 2019 – Cancer Prevention Group blog

Maintaining independence in a collaborative government structure


Explanations by arbitrated argumentative dispute (co-author) – Expert Systems with Applications – Volume 127, 1 August 2019, Pages 141-156 Elsevier Online 6 March 2019 –

We need a proper, transparent way of holding our mediocre rabbis to account – The Jewish Chronicle – – 13 March 2019

The Coherence of Statutory Interpretation: Commentary – Chapter 7 of The Coherence of Statutory Interpretation, The Federation Press, 2019 ISBN 978 1 76002 209 9 (hbk)

Lions and Librarians: a Plea for the Intelligent Conservation of an Unnecessarily Endangered Species
Legal Information Management, 19 (2019), pp. 88–91 – British and Irish Association of Law Librarians doi:10.1017/S1472669619000197

HaMagen – The Magazine of the Magen Avot community – Issue 2 – Unesaneh Tokef

Special Issue on Adjudication –  Statute Law Review, Volume 40, Issue 1, February 2019, Page v,

Parliament, Government and the Courts: A Step Too Far in Realignment? – Statute Law Review, Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2019, Pages v–viii,

One for the Collectors: Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Act 2019 – Statute Law Review, Volume 41, Issue 1, February 2020, Pages v–vi,

Legislation by Wishful Thinking – Statute Law Review, Volume 41, Issue 2, June 2020, Pages v–xii,

Humpty Dumpty Rides Again: Using Voluntary Guidance to Fill Gaps in Legislation –  Statute Law Review, Volume 41, Issue 3, October 2020, Pages iii–v,

Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle: Can Statute Restore a Prerogative It Has Removed? –  Editorial, Statute Law Review, 2021, Vol. 42, No. 1, v–vii  – February 19, 2021.

Greenberg, D, “COVID in Context – Emergency Measures as a Chapter in The Development of the Rule of Law”, Are emergency measures in response to COVID-19 a threat to democracy? Fact and Fiction – IALS/WFD Digital Conference, 10 Sep 2020

Surtees And The Law, The Surteesian 2019-20, RS Surtees Society, April 2021 pp.4-7.

House of Commons – Written evidence to the House of Commons Select Committee Inquiry on COVID-19 and the Criminal Law, 21 April 2021 –

The Guardian Newspaper – “Reputation of UK politicians is at ‘low point’, says standards commissioner”, November 2022 –

Times Newspaper – “MPs’ reputation is at dangerous low, says standards chief Daniel Greenberg”, January 2023 –

The Jerusalem Post – “Will Israel stay a parliamentary democracy or become a dictatorship?”, 7 February 2023 –

Evening Standard – “Commons standards tsar: ‘depressingly disillusioning’ when leaders let us down”, May 2023 –

BBC News – “Parliament must fix complaints system, says standards chief – BBC News”, July 2023 –

The Telegraph – “MPs’ social media conduct turning people off politics, warns standards chief”, August 2023 –