Since May 2007, the Assembly has been able to pass primary legislation, but even before this, Welsh law was becoming increasingly distinctive in certain areas. The publications listed below trace the development of Welsh law since 1999
Beasley, Sarah (2003) The National Assembly - 'a voice for Wales'? Statute Law Review, 24, p211-236
Lord Carlile of Berriew (2002) The evolution of devolution, Wales Law Journal, 2, p86-93.
Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law (2015) A constitutional crossroads: ways forward for the United Kingdom. London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law.
Bush, Keith (2006) Wales measures up: reforms to the structure and powers of the Welsh Assembly will have a bemeficial effect on the law in Wales, New Law Journal, 156 (7229), p978-979
Bush Keith, (2004) New approaches to UK legislative drafting: the Welsh perspective, Statute Law Review, 25 (2) p144-150.
Bush, Keith (2012) A tale of two cities: legislating for Member remuneration at Cardiff Bay and Westminster, Statute Law Review, 33 (2), p141
Bush, Keith (2004) The Planning and Compulsory Purchases Act 2004: a case study in post deveolution primary legislation in Wales, Wales Journal of Law and Policy, 3 (2). p238-250.
Bush, Keith (2003) Legal Wales, Agenda, Winter 2003, p35-36
Cabinet Office, (2012) Devolution guidance note 17: modifying the legislative competence of the National Assembly for Wales. London: HMSO.
Commission for Devolution in Wales (Silk Commission) (2014) Report of the Commission on Devolution in Wales: Part 2: empowerment and responsibility: legislative powers to strengthen Wales. Cardiff: TSO.
Davies, Iwan (2010) Legislating between equals. Agenda, 41, p22-25
Editorial (1999) Bilingualism in legislation, Statute Law Review, 20 (2), p105.
Ellis, T. (2007) The law: wise or otherwise, Planet, 181, p34-39.
Greenberg, Daniel (2013) Welsh devolution, Legal Information Management, 13, p134-138.
Griffiths, Sue & Evans, Paul (2012) Constitution by committee? Legislative competence orders under the Government of Wales Act (2007-2011), Parliamentary Affairs (2011), p1-31.
Hill, Daran, Edwards, Huw & Jeffes, Leigh (2008) The evolution of devolution: reflections on the operation of our legislative system. Tredegar: Bevan Foundation.
Holtham, Gerald (2010) Five fallacies of devolution. Agenda, 42, p24-26.
House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution, Second report of session 2007-08: scrutiny of Welsh legislative competence orders, 4 December 2007, HLP 17 07-08. London: TSO.
Hughes, David (2017) The view from Wales. Counsel, December 2017.
Hughes, Dylan & Davies, Huw G. (2012) Accessible bilingual legislation for Wales. Statute Law Review, 33(2) p103.
Hunt, J., (2010) Devolution and differentiation: regional variation in EU law, Legal Studies, 30, 421-441.
Institute of Welsh Affairs, (2009) Putting Wales in the driving seat: legislative opportunities for the National Assembly as a result of implementing part 4 of the 2006 Wales Act. Cardiff: IWA.
Jones, T.H. & Williams, J.M. (2004) Cymru fel awdurdodaeth, Wales Journal of Law and Policy, 4(1), p33-53.
Jones, T.H. & Williams, J.M. (2005) The legislative future of Wales, Modern Law Review, 68(4), p642-653.
Jones, T.H. & Williams, J.M. (2004) Wales as a jurisdiction, Public Law, 2004, p78-101.
Jones, T.H., Turnbull, J.H. and Williams, J.M. (2004) The law of Wales or the law of England and Wales?, Statute Law Review, 26 (3), p135-145
Jones, T.H. (2003) The new Supreme Court: a Welsh perspective, Wales Law journal, 2, p369-373
Jones, T.H. (2012) Wales, devolution and sovereignty. Statute Law Review, 33 (2), p151.
Jones, R.W. (2006) Dadansoddi'r ddeddf, Barn, 526, p9-12.
Justice Stakeholder Group (2016) Law and justice in Wales: some issues for the next Assembly, Cardiff: Justice Stakeholder Group.
Lambert, D. (2002) law making in wales: legislation on-line, Public Law, p663-669.
Lambert, D. (2002) Statutory functions: the complications of executive devolution. Paper presented at the seminar 'Constitutional dilemma: decentralisation, devolution and federalism', 29 April 2002. Cardiff: Wales Governance Centre.
Lewis, Emyr (2011) The power of law. Bevan Foundation Review, 17, p8-9.
Lewis, G. (2007) The Government of Wales Act 2006. Judicial Review, 33 (2), p151
Lloyd, Dai (2011) On its own two feet. Bevan Foundation Review, 17, p8-9
Memorandum to Welsh Affairs Committee post-legislative assessment of the Government of Wales Act 2006 Cm 8256
Ministry of Justice (2007-) Devolution guidance note 9: post-devolution primary legislation affecting Wales. London: Ministry of Justice.
National Assembly for Wales Committee on the Government of Wales Bill, (2006) Report of the committee on the Goverment of Wales Bill: March 2006. Cardiff: NAfW.
National Assembly for Wales Constitutional Affairs Committee (2011) Inquiry into the drafting of Welsh Government Measures: lessons from the fisrt three years. Cardiff: NAfW.
National Assembly for Wales Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee (2012) Inquiry into a separate Welsh jurisdiction: report. Cardiff: NAfW
National Assembly for Wales Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee (2015) Making laws in Wales: October 2015. Cardiff: NAfW.
National Assembly for Wales Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee (2016) Report on the UK Government's Wales Bill, Cardiff: NAfW.
National Assembly for Wales Research Service, (2012) Quick guide: reconsideration of Assembly Bills passed. Cardiff: Research Service.
Navarro, Marie (2014) Legislating for Wales 2013: law making for Wales reaches full speed. Contemporary Wales, 27 (1), p195-240.
Navarro, Marie (2011) Legislating for Wales 2010-11. Contemporary Wales, 24 (1) Winter 2011, p192-211.
Navarro, Marie & Lambert, David (2009) Legislative fog. Agenda, winter 2009, p26-28.
Navarro, Marie & Lambert, David (2009) Bypassing the Assembly, Agenda, spring 2009, p34-36.
Navarro, M. (2005) Devolution in Wales: its effect on subordinate legislation, Wales Journal of Law and Policy, 4 (2), p260-283.
Navarro, M. & Lambert, D. (2007) Some effects of the Government of Wales Act 2006. Contemporary Wales, 20 (1), p13-30
Navarro, Marie (2012) A substantial body of different Welsh law: a consideration of Welsh subordinate legislation. Statute Law Review, 33 (2), p163
Navarro, M. & Lambert, D. (2005) The nature and scope of the legislative powers of the National Assembly for Wales (Devolution Briefings; no.13). Birmingham: ESRC Devolution Programme.
Nason, Sarah (ed.) (2017) Administrative justice in Wales and comparative perspectives. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Osmond, J., (2008) Assembly to Senedd: the convention and the move towards legislative powers. Cardiff: IWA.
Owen, Richard (2018) Emerging law and procedure, Law Society's Gazette, 115 (5), p22-23.
Patchett, K. (2007) Welsh law. Agenda, winter 2007-08, p22-24.
Patchett, K. (2005) Principle or pragmatism? Legislating for Wales by Westminster and Whitehall. In R. Hazell and R. Rawlings (eds.) Devolution, law making and the constitution, chapter 4. Exeter: Imprint.
Percival, Richard (2010) Reforming Welsh law. Agenda, 42, p41-42.
Percival, Richard (2017) How to do things with jurisdictions: Wales and the jurisdiction question. In Public Law (2) 2017, p249-269.
Pritchard, Huw (2017) Welsh law and policy: recent developments, CILEx Journal, Winter 2017, p42-43.
Pritchard, Huw (2016) Justice in Wales: principles, progress and next steps. Cardiff: Cardiff University Wales Governance Centre.
Rawlings, Richard (2018) The strange reconstitution of Wales. Public Law, January 2018, p62-83.
Rawlings, Richard (2005) Law making in a virtual parliament: the Welsh experience. In R. Hazell & R. Rawlings (eds.) Devolution, law making and the constitution, Chapter 3. Exeter: Imprint.
Rawlings, Richard (2003) Delineating Wales: constitutional, legal and administrative aspects of national devolution (politics and Society in Wales). Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Rawlings, Richard (1998) The new model Wales, Journal of Law and Society, 25 (4), p461-509.
Rawlings, Richard (2003) Of primary powers etc: two schemes of legislative (and executive) devolution, Wales Law Journal, 2, p408-424.
Reyes, Eduardo (2013) The west wing. Law Society Gazette, May 2013. p16.
Roddick, Winston (2006) The implications of the Government's White Paper 'Better Governance for Wales' on the development of legal Wales. Wales Journal of Law and Policy, 4 (3), p315-320.
Roddick Winston (2003) Law-making and devolution: the Welsh experience, Legal Information Management, 3, p152-157.
Roddick, Winston (2002) Creating legal Wales, Agenda, spring 2002, p37-39
Roddick, Winston, (2002) Doing business with the Assembly: defining the parameters and utilising the opportunities, Wales Law Journal, 1, p305-312.
Samuels, Alec (2012) Addressing the statute. Statute Law Review, 33 (2), p163.
Sherlock, Ann (2004) Wales: reviewing the Welsh devolution settlement, European Public Law, 10 (2), p237-244.
Sherlock, Ann (2002) Government in Wales and the development of a new legal system within a system, European Public Law, 8, p16-23.
Sherlock, Ann (2011) Devolution in transition in Wales. European Public Law, 17 (1) 2011, p25-34.
Stevenson, Lillian (2013) An emerging Welsh legal identity: a brief overview of the information landscape, Legal Information Management, 13, p156-161.
The Government of Wales Act 1998 (chapter 38)
The Government of Wales Act 2006 (chapter 32)
Thomas, Alys (2018) Assembly Acts and the Legislative Process: a constitution quick guide (PDF, 1MB). Cardiff: NAfW Research Service.
Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd (2018) A timely commission, Law Society's Gazette, 115 (8), 11, 2018.
Torrance, David (2019) Reserved matters in the United Kingdom: Briefing Paper CBP 8544. London: House of Commons Library.
Trench, Alan (2006) The Government of Wales Act 2006: the next steps on devolution for Wales, Public Law, 2006, p687-696.
Trench, Alan (2016) Brexit, Article 50 and devolved legislative consent. Devolution Matters blog.
Trench, Alan (2012) The courts and devolution in the UK, British Journal of Politics & International Relations, 14 (2)
Turnbull, J. (2004) Primary legislation for Wales in 2003, Wales Journal of Law and Policy, 3, p105-112.
Wales Act 2014 (chapter 29)
Wales Act 2017 (chapter 4)
Wales Governance Centre, (2016) Justice in Wales: principles, progress and next steps. Cardiff: Cardiff University.
Wales Governance Centre / UCL Constitution Unit, (2015) Delivering a reserved model of powers for Wales. Cardiff: Wales Governance Centre.
Watkin, Thomas Glyn, (2015) The legal history of Wales: second edition. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Watkin, Thomas Glyn & Greenberg, Daniel (2017) The public law of Wales: legislating for Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Williams, John (2010) The emerging need for a Welsh jurisdiction. Agenda, 42, p38-40.
Williams, John (2004) Law making for Wales after the Richard Commission, Wales Journal of Law and Policy, 3 (2), p251-260.