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Connolly, M (2010) Racial groups, sub-groups, the demise of the but for test and the death of the benign motive defence: R (on the application of E) v governing body of JFS Industrial Law Journal, 39 (2). pp. 183-193.
Connolly, M (2009) Forced Retirement, Age Discrimination, and the Heyday Case Industrial Law Journal, 38 (2).
Connolly, M (2009) Rethinking Victimisation Industrial Law Journal, 38 (2).
Connolly, MJ (2007) Discrimination Law: Victimisation Reinterpreting Khan: Easy Case Makes Bad Law St Helens Borough Council v Derbyshire  UKHL 16 House of Lords Industrial Law Journal, 36 (3). pp. 364-374.
Connolly, MJ (2002) Discrimination Law: Victimisation. The House of Lords retreat from the causative approach announced Nagarajan and leave claimants in a ’Khan’s Fork’ Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police v Khan  1 WLR 1947,  UKHL 48, House of Lords Industrial Law Journal, 31 (2). pp. 161-171.
Connolly, Michael (2001) Discrimination Law: Justification, Alternative Measures and Defences Based on Sex. Allonby v Accrington & Rossendale College All ER (D) 285 (Mar) CA Industrial Law Journal, 30 (3). pp. 311-318.
Connolly, MJ (1998) NOTES: Discrimination Law: Requirements and Preferences: Falkirk Council and Others v Whyte and Others IRLR 560 (EAT) Industrial Law Journal, 27 (2). pp. 133-142.