"The Consumption of Legal Language: Consuming the Law" OUP Current Legal Issues (Volume 15: Law and Language) Chapter 23. (February 2013).
Amatrudo, A. (2009) Criminology and Political Theory. London: Sage Publications.
Amatrudo, A (2010) Adolphe Quetelet, in K. Hayward, S. Maruna and J. Mooney (Eds.) Fifty Key Thinkers in Criminology. London: Routledge.
Amatrudo, A. (2012) An Intentional Basis for Corporate Personality, International Journal of Law in Context, 8, 3, 413- 430.
Amatrudo, A. (2010) Being Lucky and Being Deserving, and Distribution, Heythrop Journal, 51, 1, 658-669.
Amatrudo, A. (2009) Transgenerational Association: Extending the Notion of the Person, International Journal of Law in Context, 5, 2, 93–106.
Amatrudo, A. (2008) A Suggested Basis for Legal Ontology, Ratio Juris 21, 1, 19–38.
Classical Greek to Masters level.
Latin to Masters level.
Learning & Teaching Interests
Pastoral support. Mixed-ability teaching. Supporting students with disability.
Research Outputs & Interests
Political theory especially in relation to rights and obligations. Theories of punishment including technical issues of desert, proportionality and censure. The nature of the state. Language and representation in relation to crime. Human Rights. The operation of the criminal justice system. Hate crime. Historical aspects of crime in England. Ethical and moral issues in relation to the criminal justice system. Socio-legal theory. Drafting law. Existentialism. Social ontology.
Amatrudo, Anthony (2017) What do they know of law who only cop shows know? In: Law in popular belief: myth and reality. Amatrudo, Anthony and Rauxloh, Regina , eds. Manchester University Press, UK, pp. 30-49. ISBN 9780719097836