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Papers from 2014

Mapping property and ecosystem services, John Page

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Of earthquakes, red zones and property rights: the quake outcasts case, John Page and Ann Brower

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Aboriginal sovereignty claims: contemporary voices in Australia, Alessandro Pelizzon

Earth laws, rights of nature and legal pluralism, Alessandro Pelizzon

Who's afraid of the founding fathers? Retelling constitutional law wildly, Nicole Rogers

The Australian wild law judgement project, Nicole Rogers and Michelle Maloney

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The potential role of a racial discrimination law in Myanmar, Nathan Willis

Papers from 2013

Property rights in ecosystem services, Ann Brower and John Page

Claimed property right does not hold water, John R. Corkill

The role of abolitionist nations in stopping the use of the death penalty in Asia: the case of Australia, Sam Boris Garkawe

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As we see it, Bee Chen Goh, Habib Chamoun-Nicolas, Ellen E. Deason, Jay Folberg, and Sukhsimranjit Singh

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Deconstructing terrorism as a war crime The Charles Taylor Case, Kirsten MF Keith

Environmental property rights in Australia: constructing a new Tower of Babel, Paul Martin, Amanda Kennedy, John Page, and Jacqueline Williams

Whiteness at work, Jennifer M. Nielsen

Australian universities: transnational education arrangements and liability in partnership law, John L. Orr

Aquarian ideas of property, John Page

The implications of property diversity for community, John Page

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Towards an understanding of public property, John Page

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Relational subjectivity in the normative worlds of the first Australians, Alessandro Pelizzon

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Investment risk: an amplification tool for social movement campaigns globally and locally, Aidan Ricketts

Climate change litigation and the awfulness of lawfulness, Nicole Rogers

Social marketing: current issues and future challenges, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Krzystof Kubacki, Cheryl Leo, Denni Arli, Julia Cairns, Timo Dietrich, Janet Palmer, and Natalia Szablewska

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Mapping the terrain of earth jurisprudence: landscape, thesholds and horizons, Anne Louise Schillmoller and Alessandro Pelizzon

Protection and international cooperation in the international refugee regime, Natalia Szablewska and Saiful Karim

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Land disputes and the ongoing development of the substantive rule of law in Myanmar (Burma), Nathan Willis

Papers from 2012

Does (property) diversity beget (landscape) sustainability, Ann Brower and John Page

When the law is silent, trespassers w . . . : law and power in implied property rights, Ann Brower and John Page

The centrality of community participation to the realisation of the right to water: the illustrative case of South Africa, Cristy P. Clark

Have recent changes designed to benefit victims of international crimes added to the legitimacy of international criminal justice?, Sam Boris Garkawe

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Cross-cultural conflict management in an age of globalisation, Bee Chen Goh

Karmic wisdom and international law, incorporating the proposed international peace charter, Bee Chen Goh

Activating human rights and peace: observations and reflections, Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord, and Robert Garbutt

Activating human rights and peace: an overview of theory, practice and context, Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord, and Robert George Garbutt

Activating human rights and peace: theories, practices and contexts, Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord, and Robert George Garbutt

Australia's carbon policy– a retreat from core principles?, Evgeny Guglyuvatyy

Victims and criminal justice, Mark Israel and Sam Boris Garkawe

Australian land law in context, Ken Mackie, Elise Bennett Histed, and John Page

Let the press and government grapple: the constitutional question posed by a statutory right of reply, Matt Meir

Australian corporate universities and the Corporations Act, John L. Orr

The implications of property diversity, John Page

Towards an understanding of the small class large class nexus: a future for the undergraduate law lecture?, John Page

When do too many economic instruments become bad legal policy?, John Page, Paul Martin, Amanda Kennedy, and Jacqueline Williams

Laws of the land: traditional land protocols, native title and legal pluralism in the Illawarra, Alessandro Pelizzon

Welcome to country: legal meanings and cultural implications, Alessandro Pelizzon and Jade Kennedy

The activists' handbook: a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy, Aidan Ricketts

Climate change litigation and the awfulness of lawfulness, Nicole Rogers

Telling the tale of the children: the challenge of adapting law to the predictions of climate change science, Nicole Rogers

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Gaining ground: towards a discourse of posthuman animality: a geophilosophical journey, Anne Schillmoller

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Recognising rights for nature: a negotiation of principle and pragmatism, Anne Louise Schillmoller and Aidan Ricketts

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Natural disaster, national sovereignty and state negligence: an international law analysis of the denial of emergency relief after cyclone Nargis in Myanmar (Burma), Nathan Willis

Papers from 2011

Linkages of development and environment: in search of an integrated approach through sustainable development, Shawkat Alam and Saiful Karim

Property rights across sustainable landscapes: competing claims, collapsing dichotomies, and the future of property, Ann Brower and John Page

Benchmarking first year assessment and standards across three institutions in the first year of the law program, Pauline Collins, Nichola Corbett-Jarvis, Anne Schillmoller, and Mandy Shircore

Setting up a cross institutional comparative evaluation study of first year assessment practices in law, Pauline Collins, Anne Schillmoller, and Mandy Shircore

Australia's response to the death penalty in Asia, Sam B Garkawe

Victims at the ICC and the Nuremberg trials, Sam Boris Garkawe

Cross-cultural conflict management in our globalized world, Bee Chen Goh

Recent changes in international taxation and double tax agreements in Russia, Evgeny Guglyuvatyy

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Freedom and legality: Indonesian internees in the Victory Camp, Casino, New South Wales, Graham Irvine

Conflicts over protection of marine living resources: the ‘Volga Case’ revisited, Saiful Karim

IMO mandatory energy efficiency measures for international shipping: the first mandatory global greenhouse gas reduction instrument for an international industry, Saiful Karim

Is there an international obligation to prosecute pirates?, Saiful Karim

Litigating law of the sea disputes using the UNCLOS dispute settlement system, Saiful Karim

Prosecution of Somali pirates, Saiful Karim

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Climate change and reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases from ships: an appraisal, Saiful Karim and Shawkat Alam

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The place of legislation and regulation and the role of policy: lessons from the CPRS, Serge Killingbeck and Michael B. Charles

Property: legal link between people and the soil, Paul Martin and John Page

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Into geothermal solutions: the sustainability case for Challenge Stadium in Perth, Edward Oldmeadow and Dora Marinova

Conflict of interest issues in university governance, John L. Orr

Fraud on the corporation: a power to be reckoned with, John L. Orr

Fraud on the University – law as a valid governance structure, John L. Orr

Reconceptualising property: towards a sustainable paradigm, John Page

Reconceptualising property: towards a sustainable paradigm, John Page

Reconceptualising property: towards a sustainable paradigm for property, John Page

Review of 'Law, history and colonialism: the reach of empire' by DE Kirkby & C Coleborne, Manchester University Press, 2001, John Page

The abstraction of property and its implications for land stewardship: four vignettes from history, John Page

Keeping the fire: impressions of earth jurisprudence, Alessandro Pelizzon

Legal pluralism and the rights of nature, Alessandro Pelizzon

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Rights of nature rising, Alessandro Pelizzon

Acknowledging country, legal meanings and normative implications, Alessandro Pelizzon and Jade Kennedy

Rights of nature and posthumanist possibilities, Alessandro Pelizzon and Anne Schillmoller

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Fair dinkum: a seed production agreement for the pastures seeds industry, Rocque Reynolds

Red bull gives you wings: patrolling the boundaries of drug foods, Rocque Reynolds

Beyond anthropocentrism and back again, Aidan Ricketts and Alessandro Pelizzon

Where the wild things are: finding the wild in law, Nicole Rogers

Wild law and science (fiction), Nicole Rogers

Gaining ground: towards a discourse of posthuman animality: a geophilosophical journey, Anne Schillmoller

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Gaining ground: towards a discourse of posthuman animality: a geophilosophical journey, Anne Schillmoller

Reconfiguring the human/animal binary, Anne Schillmoller

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Modelling sustainability, Vladislav Todorov and Dora Marinova

Papers from 2010

The 'intervention' legislation - 'just' terms or 'reasonable' injustice - Wurridjal v The Commonwealth of Australia, Shelley Bielefeld

Property, politics and power: toward a theory of implied property, Ann Brower and John Page

Participation and the right to water – the Mazibuko case, Cristy P. Clark

Climate change policy evaluation: method and criteria, Evgeny Guglyuvatyy

Identifying criteria for climate change policy evaluation in Australia, Evgeny Guglyuvatyy

Conflicts over protection of maritime living resources, Saiful Karim

Environmental pollution from shipbreaking industry: international law and national legal response, Saiful Karim

Implementation of the MARPOL convention in developing countries, Saiful Karim

Litigation as a strategy for settlement of maritime security disputes: the ‘Volga Case’ revisited, Saiful Karim

Settlement of maritime security disputes: some limitations of the UNCLOS dispute settlement system, Saiful Karim