Oswald, M., & Grace, J. (2021). The Covid-19 Contact Tracing App In England and ‘Experimental Proportionality’. Public Law, Jan, 27-37. https://uk.westlaw.com/Document/IAA27F070337011EB9864D779F2E67C3F/View/FullText.html?originationContext=document&transitionType=SearchItem&contextData=%28sc.Search%29&navigationPath=Search%2Fv1%2Fresults%2Fnavigation%2Fi0ad7401100000178169eb80755f2073e&listSource=Search&listPageSource=71b4ffb9e52950895158003ad3201914&list=UK-JOURNALS&rank=1&comp=wluk
Hadjimatheou, K., & Grace, J. (2020). “No black and white answer about how far we can go”: police decision making under the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme. Policing and Society: an international journal of research and policy. http://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2020.1795169
Grace, J., & Bamford, R. (2020). 'AI Theory of Justice': Using Rawlsian approaches to better legislate on machine learning in government. Amicus Curiae. http://doi.org/10.14296/ac.v1i3.5161
Poolman, S., Wilshaw, R., & Grace, J. (2019). Human rights in policing - the past, present and future. The Political Quarterly. http://doi.org/10.1111/1467-923X.12711
Grace, J. (2019). 'Algorithmic impropriety' in UK policing? Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice. https://jirpp.winchesteruniversitypress.org/articles/abstract/23/
Grace, J. (2019). The policy shift towards more intensive monitoring of domestic violence perpetrators. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 3 (1). https://jirpp.winchesteruniversitypress.org/articles/abstract/26/
Duggan, M., & Grace, J. (2018). Assessing vulnerabilities in the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 30 (2), 145-166.
Grace, J. (2018). A balance of rights and protections in public order policing: A case study on Rotherham. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 24 (1). http://webjcli.org/article/view/556
Grace, J. (2018). Countering extremism and recording dissent: intelligence analysis and the Prevent agenda in UK Higher Education. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice. http://doi.org/10.21039/irpandp.v2i2.48
Grace, J. (2017). Lessons on legislating for public protection information sharing: A case commentary on Christian Institute v Lord Advocate  UKSC 51. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 2 (1). http://doi.org/10.21039/irpandp.v2i1.24
Oswald, M., & Grace, J. (2016). Intelligence, policing and the use of algorithmic analysis: a freedom of information-based study. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 1 (1). http://doi.org/10.21039/irpandp.v1i1.16
Grace, J., & Oswald, M. (2016). 'Being on our rader does not necessarily mean being under our microscope': the regulation and retention of police intelligence. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22 (1). http://webjcli.org/article/view/441
Grace, J. (2015). Better information sharing, or 'share or be damned'? Journal of adult protection, 17 (5), 308-320. http://doi.org/10.1108/JAP-01-2015-0001
Grace, J. (2015). Clare's Law, or the national Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme : the contested legalities of criminality information sharing. The Journal of Criminal Law, 79 (1), 36-45. http://doi.org/10.1177/0022018314564732
Grace, J. (2014). The surveillance of 'risky subjects': adiaphorisation through criminal records, and contested narratives of stigma. Birkbeck Law Review, 2 (2), 279-292. http://www.bbklr.org/2-2-7.html
Grace, J. (2014). Foreword to the 'Privacy and Surveillance Conference Special Issue' of the Birkbeck Law Review. Birkbeck Law Review, 2 (2), v-x. http://www.bbklr.org/volume-2-issue-2.html
Grace, J. (2014). Disclosing domestic violence : Jamie Grace critically assesses the national roll out of the domestic violencedisclosure scheme. Criminal Justice Matters, 97 (1), 18-19. http://doi.org/10.1080/09627251.2014.950518
Grace, J. (2014). Old convictions never die, they just fade away : the permanency of convictions and cautions for criminal offences in the UK. The Journal of Criminal Law, 78 (2), 121-135. http://doi.org/10.1350/jcla.2014.78.2.904.
Grace, J. (2014). The Information Governance Review and the new legal framework for informatics. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 20 (1), 40-44. http://doi.org/10.12968/bjhc.2014.20.1.40
Grace, J. (2013). Privacy, stigma and public protection: A socio-legal analysis of criminality information practices in the UK. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 41 (4), 303-321. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijlcj.2013.07.006
Grace, J. (2013). ‘Too Well-Travelled’, Not Well-Formed? The Reform of ‘Criminality Information Sharing’ in the UK. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, 86 (1), 29-52. http://doi.org/10.1350/pojo.2013.86.1.607
Grace, J., & Taylor, M.J. (2013). Disclosure of confidential patient information and the duty to consult: the role of the health and social care information centre. Medical law review, 21 (3), 415-447. http://doi.org/10.1093/medlaw/fwt013
Grace, J. (2009). NHS values of data management. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 15 (2), 73-76. http://doi.org/10.12968/bjhc.2009.15.2.39178
Grace, J. (n.d.). The nature of spent convictions and the common law basis of the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme: limiting the effectiveness of Clare's Law? European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 21 (2). http://webjcli.org/article/view/401/517
Grace, J. (n.d.). Machine Learning Technologies and Their Inherent Human Rights Issues in Criminal Justice Contexts. SSRN Electronic Journal. http://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3487454
Grace, J. (n.d.). Whatever Happened to 'Clare's Law'? Reviewing the Available Evidence on the Effectiveness of the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme. SSRN Electronic Journal. http://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3227956
Grace, J. (n.d.). Human Rights, Regulation and the Right to Restrictions on Algorithmic Police Intelligence Analysis Tools in the UK. SSRN Electronic Journal. http://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3303313
Grace, J. (n.d.). A Judgment on the Unlawful Prorogation of Parliament. SSRN Electronic Journal. http://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3481673
Grace, J. (2023). Exploring Algorithmic Justice for Policing Data Analytics in the United Kingdom. In Privacy, Technology, and the Criminal Process. (pp. 18-38). Routledge: http://doi.org/10.4324/9781003111078-2
Steadman, A., Grace, J., & Roberts, R. (2019). The 'choice to challenge' extreme views in the classroom? Counter-radicalisation and the Prevent agenda in the University context. In Akhgar, B., Wells, D., & Blanco, J.M. (Eds.) Investigating Radicalization Trends : Case Studies in Europe and Asia. (pp. 237-260). Springer: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-25436-0#editorsandaffiliations
Grace, J. (2022). Domestic Abuse Disclosure Schemes. Springer International Publishing. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-89039-1
Grace, J. (2015). Constitutional and Administrative Law Key Facts and Key Cases. Routledge.
Pandey, M., Grace, J., Magill, S., Tatton, S., Chaggar, A., & Lester, A. (2021). Home Office Call for Evidence on Violence Against Women and Girls - Recommendations from the Helena Kennedy Centre. Helena Kennedy Centre ffor International Justice. https://www.shu.ac.uk/helena-kennedy-centre-international-justice/research-and-projects/all-projects/vawg-home-office-submission
Heap, V., Grace, J., Black, A., Dickinson, J., & Archer, B. (2020). Is there a need to review the wording and application of guidance and legislation on Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO's)? Joint Committee on Human Rights: https://committees.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/19144/pdf
Grace, J., & Oswald, M. (2020). Submission to the Independent Review of Administrative Law (October 2020).
Grace, J. (2018). A critical approach to the Prevent Duty: Raising awareness of the issues from an academic perspective.