Contributions to books

Wilks, R, ‘Through the eyes of the law: Deaf-disabled or a language minority’, in Stone, C, Adam, R, Müller de Quadros, R and Rathmann, C, Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Translation and Interpreting (Routledge, forthcoming)

Lawson, L, McLean, F, O’Neill, R and Wilks, R, ‘Recognising British Sign Language in Scotland’, in De Meulder, M, McKee, R and Murray, J, The Legal Recognition of Sign Languages: Advocacy and Outcomes Around the World (Multilingual Matters, 2019).


Brattan-Wilson, J and Wilks, R, ‘Making the law work for young Deaf people’ (Royal Association for Deaf people 2012)

Masterson, D, ‘Disability Discrimination Act 1995, why do barriers still exist for d/Deaf people?’ (Wilks, R, ed, Royal Association for Deaf people 2007)


Rob Wilks, ‘Legal Analysis: Examining suggested workplace improvements for D/deaf workers’ (LexisPSL, 15 September 2016)


Wilks, R, ‘Brexit – what impact will Brexit have on the Deaf community?’ (British Deaf News, 1 November 2016)

Wilks, R, ‘Brexit – UK’s greatest constitutional crisis yet?’ (British Deaf News, 1 October 2016)

Wilks, R, ‘Brexit – what’s it all about?’ (British Deaf News, 1 September 2016)

Wilks, R, ‘We don’t need a BSL Act, apparently’ (British Deaf News, 1 June 2016)

Wilks, R, ‘Analysis: Are you in court and know the interpreter well? Inform the judge’ (British Deaf News, December 2015)

Rob Wilks, ‘Deaf people and access to legal services’ (Limping Chicken, 21 May 2012)