Papers from 2006

Compensating victims of terrorism, Sam Boris Garkawe

Crime victims in adversarial systems of criminal justice: possible lessons for Taiwan from the Australasian experience, Sam Boris Garkawe

The effect of victim impact statements on sentencing decisions, Sam Boris Garkawe

The proposed Convention on Victims, Sam Boris Garkawe

The relevance of victim impact statements to sentencing decisions, Sam Boris Garkawe

The role and rights of victims at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal, Sam Boris Garkawe

Typical errors of Westerners, Bee Chen Goh

Case note: medicinal cannabis use and the criminal defence of necessity: R v Quayle and Attorney-General's Reference (No 2 of 2004) (2006) 1 All ER 988, Graham Irvine

Rural doctors' attitudes to and knowledge of medicinal cannabis, Graham Irvine

Australia and its quality assurance processes, James G. Jackson


Implied contractual rights to academic freedom in Australian universities, James G. Jackson

Indigenous experiences in negotiation, Loretta Kelly

Democratisation and capacity building: an uncomfortable alliance in the East Timor national elections 2001-2002, Michael Morison

An intractable problem: the endurance of whiteness at work, Jennifer M. Nielsen

There’s always an easy out: how 'innocence' and 'probability' whitewash race discrimination, Jennifer M. Nielsen

A comparative analysis of the quality control measures and quality assurance in offshore higher education ventures by European and Commonwealth nations, John L. Orr

Commercialism in higher education services and the implications of GATS on Australia’s universities, John L. Orr

Members' rights and member protection at Australian public universities, John L. Orr

Theatre of protest: the magnifying effects of theatre in direct action, Aidan Ricketts


Threshold concepts in legal education, Aidan Ricketts

Dramatic moments in the War against Terrorism: the performance of the terror trials and the theatre of dissent, Nicole Rogers

Terrorism and black magic in the Lodhi trial, Nicole Rogers

Retrospectivity and the rule of law, Charles JG Sampford, Jennie Louise, Sophie Blencowe, and Tom Round

Papers from 2005

Directors duties to the company and minority shareholder environmental activism, Brooke Shelley Bielefeld, Sue Higginson, James G. Jackson, and Aidan Ricketts

An unlawful non-citizen is being detained or (white) citizens are saving the nation from (non-white) non-citizens, Greta Mary Bird

Human rights and the military: the 'chemical soldier', Jo Bird and Greta Bird

Human rights and development: the politics of food and global justice, Cristy P. Clark and Paul T. Mitchell

Disability and school education: law and policy in the United Kingdom and Australia, Marcia Conroy and James G. Jackson


The ABC of GMOs, SPS and the WTO: an analysis of the application of the Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures within the context of biotechnology and international trade, Robert Cunningham

Criminal defences in Australia, Paul A. Fairall and Stanley Yeo

Australian criminal justice, Mark Findlay, Stephen Odgers, and Stanley Yeo


Colin Tatz, With intent to destroy: reflecting on genocide, Sam Boris Garkawe

Consent in the Criminal Law, Sam Boris Garkawe

Victims rights are human rights, Sam Boris Garkawe


Ideas of peace and cross-cultural dispute resolution, Bee Chen Goh


Express rights to academic freedom in Australian public university employment, James G. Jackson

Federal universities and members' rights, James G. Jackson

Linguistic rights in education under Australian Law, James G. Jackson

Prayer and religious activities in public schools: a comparative analysis in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, James G. Jackson

Regulation of international education: Australia and New Zealand, James G. Jackson

When can speech lead to dismissal in a university?, James G. Jackson

A personal reflection on being an Indigenous law academic, Loretta Kelly

Legitimizing the boundaries: law’s roles in keeping mainstream workplaces white, Jennifer M. Nielsen

Australian universities: public assets in private corporate enterprise, John L. Orr

Australian universities: thriving corporate enterprise?, John L. Orr

'One law for all' Australian universities: statutory objects and the doctrine of ultra vires, John L. Orr

What are the implications of GATS on Australia’s higher education services?, John L. Orr

Patently puzzling, Rocque Reynolds


The playfulness of constitutional law, Nicole Rogers

Rule of law, Charles JG Sampford and Tom Round

From posthuman to transhuman: animality and the politics of nonhuman being, Anne Schillmoller

Criminal defences in Malaysia and Singapore, Stanley Yeo

Papers from 2004

Diminished as a nation? the Al-Kateb Case, Greta Mary Bird


The future for rural landsharing communities in Far North Coast New South Wales, Warwick G. Fisher

The future for rural landsharing communities in Far North Coast New South Wales, Warwick G. Fisher

Accountability mechanisms for the gross violations of human rights in East Timor: a critical analysis, Sam Boris Garkawe

Improving the treatment of child victims during the criminal justice system: some broad issues drawing upon the international and Australian criminal justice systems, Sam Boris Garkawe

Revisiting the scope of victimology: how broad a discipline should it be?, Sam Boris Garkawe


Skill is not enough: seeking connectedness and authority in mediation, Christopher Honeyman, Bee Chen Goh, and Loretta Kelly


Legal challenges relating to student unions in Australian universities, Annaliese Jackson and James G. Jackson

Rights to education under Australian Law, James G. Jackson


University careers and their legal background in Australia, James G. Jackson

How mainstream law makes Aboriginal women ‘disappear’, Jennifer M. Nielsen

Invisible boundaries: segregation in the labour force, Jennifer M. Nielsen

Scholars or gatekeepers?, Jennifer M. Nielsen

Offshore education arrangements Australian universities & unwanted legal liability, John L. Orr


Police powers in the premier state, or the premiers police state, Aidan Ricketts

The playfulness of constitutional law, Nicole Rogers


The Prime Minister as puppet: taking Howard to the High Court, Nicole Rogers

Carlene, consent, and concurrent majorities: democracy versus equality under law, Tom Round

Revitalising the penal code with a general part, Stanley Yeo

Papers from 2003


The culture of consent and traditional punishments under customary law, Shelley Bielefeld

Therapeutic jurisprudence: the merit program, Greta Mary Bird

Deconstructing the human: the anti-remorse pill, Greta Mary Bird and Jo Bird

Surfing the waves of change: sustaining development through challenging times, Gail Evans

Amnesty for truth: a violation of human rights by South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission?, Sam Boris Garkawe

The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission: a suitable model to enhance the role and rights of victims of gross violations of human rights?, Sam Boris Garkawe


Victims and the International Criminal Court: three major issues, Sam Boris Garkawe

What makes governments pay up? state-funded reparation schemes for victims of gross violations of human rights, Sam Boris Garkawe


What sort of future for critical criminology?, Richard Hil and Rob Robertson

Creating communities at the end of the rainbow, Graham Irvine

Hitzig and Ors v Canada (2003) O.J. No. 2873, Graham Irvine

Academic freedom and the Australian academic, James G. Jackson

Legal rights to academic freedom in Australian universities, James G. Jackson


Orr to Steele: crafting dismissal processes in Australian universities, James G. Jackson

Disability and school education: the United Kingdom and Australia European Association for Education and the Law Education, James G. Jackson and Marcia Conroy

Blinking dons or donning blinkers: fiduciary and common law obligations of members of governing boards of Australian universities, James G. Jackson and Jill Cowley

Mahayana compassion: grounding human rights and restorative justice, Mark McDonell

That indefinable something: race discrimination in the workplace, Jennifer M. Nielsen

We can cope with diversity in the workplace: but not with “over-sensitive” Aboriginal people, Jennifer M. Nielsen

Freedom of Information report, Rocque Reynolds

Om Gaia Dudes, the north east forest alliance old growth forest campaign, Aidan Ricketts


‘Om gaia dudes’: the North East Forest Alliance’s old-growth forest campaign, Aidan Ricketts

The common informer suit: a strategy for peace activists, Nicole Rogers


Brian R Opeskin and Fiona Wheeler (eds), The Australian federal judicial system, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2000), ISBN 0522848893, Tom Round


Relaxed evidentiary rules veterans' legislation: a comparative and empirical analysis, Bruce Topperwien

A penal code reviser's checklist, Stanley Yeo

Learning from the Japanese approach to criminal responsibility, Stanley Yeo

Papers from 2002

Prisoners of difference, Greta Mary Bird


Sovereignty and the International Criminal Court: an analysis of the submissions opposed to Australia's ratification, Mary Dean