Peer Reviewed Publications

Bromby, M. (2016) Gaining Recognition for Teaching in The Legal Academics’ Handbook, Palgrave Publications

JER McMillan, J., Glisson, W. & Bromby, M (2013)Investigating the Increase in Mobile Phone Evidence in Criminal Activities System Sciences (HICSS), 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on, 4900-4909 10.1109/HICSS.2013.366

Bromby, M. (2012) Response to the consultation by the Judicial Office for England and Wales on the Use of Live, Text-Based Forms of Communications from Court for the Purposes of Fair and Accurate Reporting European Journal of Law and Technology Vol 3 (1)

Bromby, M. (2011) Brain Imaging: Consent issues, and licensing of storage and analysis, Cortex (Discussion Forum) 10.1016/j.cortex.2011.04.017

Bromby, M. (2011) Juries and Their Understanding of Forensic Science: Are Jurors Equipped?  The International Journal of Science in Society, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 247-256

Bromby, M. (2010) Identification, trust and privacy. How biometrics can aid certification of digital signatures, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, Vol. 24, No. 1, March 2010, 133–141

Bromby, M. (2009) Virtual Seminars: Problem-based Learning in Healthcare Law and Ethics, Journal of Information, Law & Technology JILT 2009 (3)

Bromby, M., MacMillan, M. & McKellar, P. (2007) An Examination of Criminal Jury Directions in Relation to Eyewitness Identification in Commonwealth Jurisdictions, Common Law World Review Vol. 36 (4), 303-336

Bromby, M & Ness, H. (2006) Over-observed?  What Is The Quality Of CCTV In This New Digital Legal World?, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, March 2006

Bromby, M. & Wall, J. (2004) Lessons We’ve Learnt – Knowledge Management In a Police Environment, Proceedings of the European Conference on Knowledge Management, Paris 2004.

Bromby, M., MacMillan, M., & McKellar, P. (2003) A Common-KADS Representation for A Knowledge Based System To Evaluate Eyewitness Identification, International Review of Law Computers and Technology, Vol. 17, No. 1: pp 99 – 108

Bromby, M. (2003) At Face Value?  The Use of Facial Mapping and CCTV Image Analysis for Identification, New Law Journal, 28 February 2003 Vol. 153, No. 7069, pp302-304

Bromby, M. & Hall, J.  (2002) The Development and Rapid Evolution of the Knowledge Model of ADVOKATE: An Advisory System to Assess the Credibility of Eyewitness Testimony, in Legal Knowledge and Information Systems JURIX 2002: The Fifteenth Annual Conference. Eds. T. Bench-Capon, A. Daskalopulu & R. Winkels.  IOS Press, Amsterdam, Netherlands: pp.143-152

Bromby, M. (2002) To Be Taken At Face Value? Computerised Identification, Information Communication Technology Law Journal, Vol. 11, No. 1: pp 63 – 73

Other Published Papers

Bromby, M (2018) International Criminal Law by Douglas Guilfoyle, Book Review, The Law Teacher

Bromby, M (2018) Privy Council – Practice, Book Review, Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education

Bromby, M. & Schafer, B. (2014) Response to the Cameras in Court Consultation – A response from the British & Irish Law, Education & Technology Association (BILETA) to the consultation by the Judicial Office for Scotland  regarding the use of video recording and texting in courtrooms

Bromby, M (2011-13) Legal Education Updates, The Higher Education Academy, York

Bromby, M. & Mason, S. (2011) Response to Digital Agenda for Europe: Public consultation – A joint response with the Information Technology Think Tank (ITTT) to the Electronic identification, authentication and signatures in the European digital single market Public consultation

Bromby, M. (2011) Response to The Judicial Office for England and Wales consultation – A joint response with the Information Technology Think Tank (ITTT) to the Judicial Office for England and Wales consultation on live, text-based communications from court

Ness, H., Prior, A., Bromby, M., Graham, G. & Hogan. D (2009). Does repeatedly viewing footage lead to the acquisition of ‘special knowledge?’ Paper presented at the SARMAC conference as part of the symposium entitled ‘Improving the accuracy of visual and eyewitness evidence’, Kyoto, Japan, 26-30 July 2009.

Bromby, M. (2008) Beyond chip and PIN, Journal of Law Society in Scotland, July, p. 50

Bromby, M. (2008) Scotland’s First Innocence Project, SCOLAG Legal Journal, December, p. 297

Bromby, M. (2007) Expert Evidence and Identification Procedures, Journal of Beijing People’s Police College, 107 (1) 100-103

Bromby M (2006) Security against Crime: Technologies for Detecting and Preventing Crime, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, Editorial, March 2006

Bromby M (2006) CCTV and Expert Evidence: Addressing the Reliability of New Sciences, Archbold News, Issue 9, 02 November 2006, pp. 6-9

Bromby, M. (2004) Criminal Justice Information Management Systems: Past, Present and Future, Proceedings of the UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS) conference 2004.  ISBN: 1-903661-56-0

Schafer, B. & Bromby, M. (2004) Wie Rashomon seine Nemesys fand – expertensysteme zum Zeugenbeweis. In H. Wittmann (ed.) Gerechtigkeitswissenschaft. Wissenschaftsverlag, Berlin pp. 23-33

Bowie, L., Plews, S. & Bromby, M. (2004) When Evidence is a Question of Image, Law Gazette, 13/05/2004

Bromby, M & Britton, A. (2004) Vulnerable Witnesses – Changes to Scottish Legislation, in Czerederecka, A., Jaskiewicz, T., Roesch, R. and Wojcikiewicz, J. (Eds) Forensic Psychology and Law: Facing the Challenges of a Changing World, Institute of Forensic Research Publishers, Krakow, Poland

Bromby, M. & Plews, S. (2003) Facing up to Change?, E-L@w Review, Issue 13, October 2003, pp 1-3

Bromby, M. (2000) Computerised Facial Recognition Systems: The Surrounding Legal Problems, LLM Dissertation, Faculty of Law, University of Edinburgh

Online Resources

Bromby, M. (2010) Brain Imaging: Consent Issues, and Licensing of Storage and Analysis, presentation and video, Scottish Universities Insight Institute’s Brain Imaging Programme.

Bromby, M. et al. (2009-present) Innocence and Miscarriages of Justice: An Annotated Bibliography, A categorised compilation of published work, created by staff and students attached to the GCU Innocence Project –

Bromby, M. & Trinder, K. (2009) Forensis Michalak (Michael Bromby) introduces his pilot project on using virtual worlds in teaching in Law YouTube Presentation 24 November 2009

Bromby, M. (2008-10) Online Seminars – An International Perspective on Problem Based Learning

Wiki containing resources for learning and teaching –

Bromby, M. (2007-present) Digital Directions, Blog for the UK Centre for Legal Education, Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy –

Bromby, M., MacMillan, M. & McKellar, P. (2003) ADVOKATE – A Resource for Learning the Law of Evidence, Showcase of courseware in the UK for law schools, UK Centre for Legal Education –

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