The following publications were (partly) produced under the auspices of the Institute for Anglo-American Law, for example (on the basis of) inaugural lectures or on the basis of personnel exchanges.

Nico Blok, Lord Mansfield en Lord Denning, (inaugural lecture Leiden).

Peter Birks, ‘Adjudication and interpretation in the common law: a century of change?’, Legal Studies 1994, volume 14, issue 2, p. 156-179 (article on basis of inaugural lecture).

Basil Spyridonos Markesinis, Some comparative reflections on ‘Junior Books’ v. ‘Veitchi and the Aliakman’ (inaugural lecture Leiden), Leiden: Rijksuniversiteit Leiden 1987.

John Cartwright, ‘The English law of contract: time for review?’, European Review of Private Law 2009, volume 17, issue 2, p. 155-175 (article on basis of inaugural lecture).

O.A. Haazen, Between a Right and a Wrong. Ordinary Cases, Civil Procedure, and Democracy (inaugural lecture Leiden), Leiden: E.M. Meijers Instituut 2015.

Henk Snijders & Stephen Weatherill (eds.), E-commerce Law, National and Transnational Topics and Perspectives, The Hague/London/New York: Kluwer Law International 2003.

Katja S. Ziegler (eds.), Human Rights and Private Law, Privacy as autonomy, Oxford-Portland-Oregon: Hart Publishers 2007.

H.J. Snijders & S. Vogenauer (eds.) Content and Meaning of National Law in the Context of Transnational Law, München: Sellier European Law Publishers 2009.

E. McKendrick, J.M. Luycks & A.M.M. Hendrikx, ‘A NCC Case on Contract Interpretation from an English and Dutch Law Perspective’, European Review of Private Law 2021, volume 29, issue 1, p. 71-89, with permission of Kluwer Law International