Papers from 2003


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

2003 Southern Cross University Law Review 7 259-307.

A penal code reviser's checklist, Stanley Yeo

2003 Singapore Law Review 23 115-124.

Learning from the Japanese approach to criminal responsibility, Stanley Yeo

2003 Criminal Law Journal 27 180-190.

Papers from 2002

Prisoners of difference, Greta Mary Bird

2002 Prisoners as citizens: human rights in Australian prisons.


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

2002 Southern Cross University Law Review 6 249-277.

The impact of legal structures on the success of North Coast NSW rural landsharing communities, Warwick G. Fisher

2002 Liveable Communities: Sixth Annual Humanities Conference.

Crime victims and prisoners' rights, Sam Boris Garkawe

2002 Prisoners as citizens: human rights in Australian prisons.

Law without lawyers, justice without courts: on traditional Chinese mediation, Bee Chen Goh


Introducing the law, Gary N. Heilbronn, P Latimer, and Jennifer M. Nielsen



The marketing of university courses under Sections 52 and 53 of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth), James G. Jackson

2002 Southern Cross University Law Review 6 106-132.


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

2002 Southern Cross University Law Review 6 8-76.

The rights of Indigenous prisoners, Loretta Kelly

2002 Prisoners as citizens: human rights in Australian prisons 21-37.


Dealing with the dilemmas: integrity, knowledge and research, Jennifer M. Nielsen

2002 Southern Cross University Law Review 6 151-176.

Evaluating laws, Jennifer M. Nielsen

2002 Introducing the law.

Evaluating the legal system, Jennifer M. Nielsen

2002 Introducing the Law.


Constraining fat cats in corporate cathedrals: neo-liberalism, corporate law and unreasonable remuneration of directors, John L. Orr

2002 Southern Cross University Law Review 6 204-248.


Freedom of association or guilt by association: Australia's new anti-terrorism laws and the retreat of political liberty, Aidan Ricketts

2002 Southern Cross University Law Review 6 133-150.

Seeds, weeds and greed: an analysis of the Gene Technology Act 2000 (Cth), its effect on property rights, and the legal and policy dimensions of a constitutional challenge, Nicole Rogers

2002 Macquarie Law Journal 2 1-30.

The Gene Technology Act, Nicole Rogers

2002 Genetically modified foods and farms’, Total Environment Centre Conference.

Fear of freedom: anti-terrorism laws and the challenge to Australian democracy, Nicole Rogers and Aidan Ricketts

2002 Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 7 149-175.

Representation-reinforcement and Australian constitutionalism, Tom Round

2002 PhD thesis, Griffith University, Brisbane, Qld..

Guilty your worship: representing yourself in NSW local courts when charged with drink driving, Helen Walsh and David M. Heilpern


Causation, fault and the concurrence principle, Stanley Yeo

2002 Otago Law Review 10:2 213-227.

Challenging moral involuntariness as a principle of fundamental justice, Stanley Yeo

2002 Queen's Law Journal 28:1 335-351.


Clarifying automatism, Stanley Yeo

2002 International Journal Of Law And Psychiatry 25:5 445-448.

The responsibility of universities for their students' personal safety, Stanley Yeo

2002 Southern Cross University Law Review 6 77-105.

Papers from 2001

Indigenous human rights, Sam Boris Garkawe, Loretta Kelly, and Warwick G. Fisher


Legal services in rural communties: issues for clients and lawyers, Jeff Giddings, Barbara Hook, and Jennifer Nielsen

2001 Alternative Law Journal 26:2 57-63.

Papers from 2000

A democracy's rite of passage: confronting the ghosts of its past, Matthew Deighton and Sam Garkawe

2000 Southern Cross University Law Review 4 169-205.

Trade and investment negotiation with the Chinese, Bee Chen Goh

2000 China's international transactions : trade and investment.


The method of operation principle in Australian Copyright Law, Rocque Reynolds

2000 Australian Intellectual Property Journal 11:4 230-244.

The Forest Protest Protocol : an outbreak of participatory democracy : an historic agreement between police and environmental protesters in NSW, Aidan Ricketts

2000 Alternative Law Journal 25:2 68-70.

Re-interpreting democracy: an activist’s guide to the Constitution, Nicole Rogers

2000 Legal technologies and the body politic: Australian and New Zealand Law and Society Conference.

Papers from 1999

Restorative justice from the perspective of crime victims, Sam Garkawe

1999 Queensland University of Technology Law Journal 15 40-56.


Limitation of liability for maritime claims and its place in the past present and future: how can it survive?, Serge Killingbeck

1999 Southern Cross University Law Review 3:1 1-29.


Great textbooks, red flags and judgement, Rocque Reynolds

1999 Public Law Review 10 37-46.


Kant: the audacity of judgement, Rocque Reynolds

1999 Res publica: a journal of legal and social philosophy 5:1 69-84.


Mad mothers, over-zealous therapists and the paedophile inquiry, Nicole Rogers

1999 Southern Cross University Law Review 3 115-135.

Third party rights in NSW environmental legislation: the backlash, Nicole Rogers and Aidan Ricketts

1999 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 16 157-163.

Papers from 1998

Relocation disputes- has anything changed? in the matter of B and B: Family Law Reform Act 1995, Sam Garkawe

1998 Southern Cross University Law Review 124 124-152.

Images of the 'Aboriginal': echoes from the past, Jennifer Nielsen

1998 The Australian Feminist Law Journal 11 83-106.

Indigenous Australian peoples and human rights, Jennifer Nielsen and Gary Martin

1998 Human rights in Australian law 92-115.


Dicey in Cambodia: or droit administratif meets the common law, Rocque Reynolds

1998 Australian law journal 72 204-215.

Green paradigms and the law, Nicole Rogers


Law, order and green extremists, Nicole Rogers

1998 Green paradigns and the law.

Mad mothers, over-zealous therapists and the paedophile inquiry, Nicole Rogers

1998 Crime, criminology and justice : current trends and future directions : 13th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Conference.

Papers from 1996

Majah: indigenous peoples and the law, Greta Bird, Gary Martin, and Jennifer M. Nielsen


Negotiating with the Chinese, Bee Chen Goh


Law of trafficking in Cambodia, Rocque Reynolds

1996 Selling noodles: the traffic in women and children in Cambodia.

Trafficking and prostitution: the law of Cambodia, Rocque Reynolds

1996 University of New South Wales.

Papers from 1995

Greening the constitution, Nicole Rogers

1995 Environment South Australia 4:3.

Greening the Constitution (or, Who’s afraid of the founding fathers anyway?), Nicole Rogers

1995 Defending the environment : a public interest environmental law conference.


Wimmenspeak on midwifery lore, Nicole Rogers

1995 E Law 2:3.

Papers from 1994

Deej Faby, catalogue essay, Rocque Reynolds

1994 Marion Street Gallery.

A dark green perspective on environmental dispute resolution, Nicole Rogers

1994 Commercial Dispute Resolution Journal 1 111-123.

Stepping out of the ivory tower with contemptuous breasts, Nicole Rogers

1994 Alternative Law Journal 19 115-118.

Papers from 1993

Seeing things, Rocque Reynolds

1993 Photofile 39:July.

This rose is for sale, Rocque Reynolds

1993 Eyeline 22/23.

Papers from 1990

Privacy, Jennifer Nielsen and Tony Pagone

1990 Rights and freedoms in Australia 14-23.

Domestic violence: report, Rocque Reynolds

1990 Premier's Department, Women's Coordination Unit.

Report on Homicide, Rocque Reynolds

1990 Premier's Department, Women's Coordination Unit.

Papers from 1989

Treaty: options for discussion, Rocque Reynolds

1989 Aboriginal Law Centre, University of NSW.

Papers from 1986

Codifying criminal law, Rocque Reynolds

1986 New South Wales Law Reform Commission.