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Mr Greg Linington

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Mr Greg Linington 
MSc. in International Relations, LLB, BL, LLM
Key Research Areas: Research Area of Interest
Constitutional, International and Administrative Law
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Publications

Book
1. Linington, G. (2001) Constitutional Law of Zimbabwe, Legal Resources Foundation, Harare,

Book Chapters
1. Linington G. (1997) ‘International Law and Borders in Southern Africa,’ in: Solomon Nkiwane (ed.), Zimbabwe’s International Borders, 1997. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
2. Linington G, ‘Zimbabwean-South African Border Relations,’ in: Solomon Nkiwane (ed.), Zimbabwe’s International Borders, 1997. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.

3. Linington G, with Kambudzi A M, ‘Borders: A Theoretical Framework,’ in: Solomon Nkiwane (ed.), Zimbabwe’s International Borders, 1997. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
4. Linington G. ‘Illegality & Zimbabwe’s 2008 Presidential Elections,’ in: E V Masunungure, (ed.), Defying the Winds of Change: Zimbabwe’s 2008 Elections, 2009. Harare: Weaver Press & Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
5. Linington G. ‘Developing a New Bill of Rights for Zimbabwe: Some Issues to Consider,’ in: Norbert Kersting (ed.), Constitution in Transition: Academic Inputs for a New Constitution in Zimbabwe, 2010. Harare: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
6. Linington G. ‘Reflections on the Significance of Constitutions & Constitutionalism for Zimbabwe,’ in: E V Masunungure & J M Shumba (eds.), Zimbabwe: Mired in Transition, 2012. Harare: Weaver Press, Harare.
Book review
1. Linington, G. ‘Zimbabwean Guide Books on Sentencing, Criminal, Delict and Administrative Law’, Zambezia, Volume 20, No. 1, 1993
Journal Articles:
1. Linington, G. (1994) Foreign Currency Control and Freedom of Movement. Legal Forum, Vol. 6, no. 3, p. 50
2. Linington G. ‘Can the President be constitutionally removed from office?’ Legal Forum, Vol. 7, no. 1, p. 52
3. Linington G. (1995) The Parliamentary Legal Committee: A review of its structure and operations. Legal Forum, Vol. 7, no. 2, p. 30
4. Linington G. (1996) ‘The 1995 Parliamentary Elections: A Legal Perspective (Part One)’, Legal Forum, Vol. 8, no. 1, p. 51
5. Linington G. (1996) The 1995 Parliamentary Elections: A Legal Perspective, (Part Two). Legal Forum, Vol. 8, no. 2, p. 25
6. Linington, G. (1996) Is Parliament’s Right to Amend the Constitution Limited? Legal Forum, 1996, Vol. 8, no. 3, p. 23
7. Linington, G. 91997) The Anglo-Chinese Joint Declaration on Hong Kong: Is it valid in International Law?’ (Part One). Legal Forum, Vol. 8, no. 4, p. 54
8. Linington, G. (1997) The Anglo-Chinese Joint Declaration on Hong Kong: Is it valid in International Law?’ (Part Two) Legal Forum, Vol. 9, no. 1, p. 54
9. Linington, G (1997) Alteration of the Constitution. Zimbabwe Law Review, p. 144
10. Linington, G. (1997) To What Extent are the Powers of the Zimbabwean President Subject to Parliamentary and Judicial Control? Legal Forum, Vol. 9, no. 2, p. 33.
11. Linington, G. (1997) The Acting Presidency: A review of the powers and problems of the institution. Legal Forum, Vol. 9, no. 3, p. 35
12. Linington, G. (1998) Reasonably Justifiable in a Democratic Society”: Limiting restrictions on Constitutional Rights. Legal Forum, Vol. 10, no. 3, p. 23
13. Linington, G. (1998) The Prerogative of Mercy: A review of section 31I of the Constitution of Zimbabwe. Legal Forum, Vol. 10, no. 3, p. 47
14. Linington, G. (1998) Protection from Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Punishment or Treatment: a Review of Section 15 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe. Legal Forum, Vol. 10, no. 4, p.30
15. Linington, G. (1999) Enforcement of rights contained in the Declaration of Rights. 11 Legal Forum, 11, p147.
16. Linington, G. (1999) Provisions to Secure the Protection of Law and the Right to a Fair Hearing within a Reasonable Time in Criminal Cases. Zimbabwe Human Rights Bulletin, 1 no. 2, p. 82
17. Linington, G. (1999) Protection from Discrimination. Zimbabwe Human Rights Bulletin, no. 2, p. 145
18. Linington, G. (2000) The Protection of Unborn Children. 12 Legal Forum, Vol, 12, no. 6
19. Linington, G., Feltoe, G., & Goredema, C. (2000)The Constitutional Reform Process and the Constitutional Commission’s Draft Constitution for Zimbabwe (Part One) 12 Legal Forum 25 and (Part Two) (2000) 12 Legal Forum 83.
20. Linington, G. (2000) The Zimbabwe-United Kingdom Diplomatic Bag Incident of March 2000. 12 Legal Forum 159
21. Linington, G. (2000) Amending the Constitution – According to the 1999 Draft Constitution. Journal on Social Change, no. 50, p. 5
22. Linington, G. (2000) Impeaching the President – a Comparison of American and Zimbabwean Law’. Journal on Social Change, no. 50, p. 7
23. Linington, G. (2004) The Role of International and Foreign Law in the Interpretation of a Bill of Rights: Some Lessons from South Africa. Zimbabwe Human Rights Bulletin, no 10, p. 86.
24. Linington, G. (2005) Some comments on Quinnel v Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement and Others. Zimbabwe Human Rights Bulletin, no. 12, p. 156.
25. Linington, G. (2011) Constitutions and Constitutionalism. Mukai: Jesuit Journal for Zimbabwe, no. 57, August 2011, p. 5
26. Linington, G. (2011) The Role of the State in Reconciliation and Justice Delivery Systems. Chiedza: Journal of Arrupe College, Vol. 14, no. 1, p. 111
1. Linington, G. (2012) Global Policy on Sexually Transmitted Infections: Frameworks and Interventions in Zimbabwe. Journal of Sociological Research, Volume 3 (2), pg457-488.
28. Linington, G. (2012) Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems: Institutional and Regulatory Frameworks in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Human Resources Studies, Volume 2, No 8, pg99-117.
29. Linington, G. (2012) Assessing the Institutional Capacity Enhancement Strategy by the Zimbabwe Aids Network in Mashonaland Central Province. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Volume 2 (2), pg58-73.
30. Linington, G. (2012) Medical Staff Attrition in Local Authorities: Experiences from Harare City Council Maternity Clinics. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Volume 2 (2) 2012, pg 46-57.
31. Linington, G. (2012) Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) in Health: Policy Framework and Practice in Zimbabwe. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Volume 2 (1), pg158-175.
32. Linington, G. (2012) Welfare Pluralism in Health: Assessing Zimbabwe’s policy response to HIV/AIDS with reference to Mbare District, Harare. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume 2 (9), pg186-195.
33. Linington, G. (2015) Zimbabwe's 2013 elections: two constitutional controversies and comments on some structural matters. Journal of African Elections, Volume 13 no 2 pp 1-16.

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