- Chambers-Jones, C and Hillman, H. Financial Crime and Gambling in a Virtual World (Edward Elgar, 2014)
- Hillman, H. ‘Are the current laws and potential enforcement measures effective in achieving the accountability of bank directors for their actions, or the actions of the banks they manage? A comparison of UK and US approaches’ in Ryder, N., Turksen, U. and Hassler, S., eds. Fighting Financial Crime in the Global Economic Crisis: Policy, Trends and Sanctions. (Routledge Cavendish 2014).
- Hillman, H., ‘Initial Coin Offerings: Financial Innovation or Scam’ in Lui, A. and Ryder, N., ‘FinTech, AI and the Law’ (Routledge 2021).
- Morey, Y., Eadie, D.; Purves, R., Hooper, L., Gillian, R., Warren, S., Hillman, H., Vohra, J., Hastings, G., Tapp, A. (2017). Youth engagement with alcohol brands in the UK. Available from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/879249
- Hillman, H., Hooper, C., Kim-Kwang, R.C., ‘Online child exploitation: Challenges and future research directions’ (2014) 30(6) CLS Rev 687.
- Hillman, H., ‘A Drop in the Ocean: Why Record Breaking Fines are Ineffective’(2013) 6(4) Int J of Liability and Scientific Enquiry 222.
- Hillman, H., ‘Showing they care, but about what? Does Corporate Social Responsibility Show Companies have a Nice Side or that they are Merely Adapting to Suit their Environment?’ (2013) 6(1/2/3) Int J of Liability and Scientific Enquiry 155.
- Hillman, H., ‘The Carrot or the Stick: Finding a Balance in the Regulatory Conundrum’ (2013) 16(4) FRI 3.
- Hillman, H., ‘Half the Bank, Half the Risk, Part 2: The United Kingdom’ (2012) Bus.L.Rev 33(1), 2-11.
- Hillman, H., ‘Half the Bank, Half the Risk, Part 1: The United States’ (2011) Bus.L.Rev 32(12), 318-329.
- Hillman, H, ‘Initial Coin Offerings: Financial Innovation or Scam’ (20th June 2019). FinTech, AI and the Law Conference, Liverpool John Moores University.
- Hillman, H., ‘Applying money laundering reporting requirements to virtual currencies: Syntax error’ (12th May 2017) Sussex Crime Research Centre Annual Graduate Conference, University of Sussex.
- Hillman, H., ‘Are Virtual Currencies Actually Currencies? If Not, What Are They?’ (1st April 2015) Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Warwick.