Publications, submissions, conference presentations and events

Publications

Submissions

Conference Presentations

Events


Publications

  • Pittard, M, 'General Editor's note: is a job applicant’s criminal history relevant to employment? The law and employer practice in recruitment', (2012) 18 (8) Employment Law Bulletin 114.
  • Naylor, B, 'Living down the past: why a criminal record should not be a barrier to successful employment'  (2012) 18 (8) Employment Law Bulletin 115-119.
  • Paterson, M, 'Restrictions on employers' handling of criminal records information: privacy and confidentiality issues' (2012) 18 (8) Employment Law Bulletin 120-123.
  • Pittard, M, 'Discrimination law: constraints on criminal record checks in recruitment' (2012) 18 (8) Employment Law Bulletin 124 - 128.
  • Heydon, G, 'Risk and rehabilitation in criminal records checking by employers: what employers are doing and why?' (2012) 18 (8) Employment Law Bulletin 129 - 135.
  • Paterson, M and Naylor, B ‘Australian Spent Convictions Reform: A Contextual Analysis', (2011) 34(3) University of NSW Law Journal 938 - 963.
  • Paterson, M, ‘Criminal Records: Spent Convictions and Privacy: A Trans-Tasman Comparison' (2011) New Zealand Law Review 35-66.
  • Heydon, G, Naylor, B, Paterson, M and Pittard, M 'Lawyers on the Record: Criminal Records Employment Decisions and Lawyers' Counsel' (2011) 32 (2) Adelaide Law Review 205-226.
  • Naylor, B Criminal Records and Rehabilitation in Australia' (2011) 3/1 European Journal of Probation 79-96.
  • Pittard, M, ‘Workplace misconduct, the Small Business Fair Dismissal Code and the criminal process' (2010) 16(8) Employment Law Bulletin 111.
  • Naylor, B, Paterson, M and Pittard, M 'In the Shadow of a Criminal record: Proposing a Just Model of Criminal Record Employment checks' (2008) 32 Melbourne University Law Review 171.

Submissions

  • Naylor, B. “Introduction of Spent Conviction Legislation in Victoria” with Law Institute of Victoria, April 2015.
  • Naylor, B. and Heydon, G. Submission on the Consolidation of Commonwealth Discrimination Laws: Discussion Paper” February 2012.
    Cited in: Attorney-General’s Department, Parliament of Australia, Consolidation of Commonwealth Anti-Discrimination Laws: Regulation Impact Statement (2012)
  • Naylor, B. Submission (invited) to Standing Committee on Law and Justice, Parliament of NSW, Spent convictions for juvenile offenders (Report July 2010)
    Cited extensively in: Standing Committee on Law and Justice, Parliament of New South Wales, Spent Convictions for Juvenile Offenders (2010).
  • Naylor, B. Submission to Standing Committee of Attorneys General on Draft Spent Convictions Bill, January 2009.
  • Naylor, B. Submission (invited) to Equal Opportunity Act Review – Report; May 2008
    Cited in: Julian Gardner, Department of Justice, An Equality Act for a Fairer Victoria: Equal Opportunity Review Final Report, 30 June 2008
  • Naylor, B., Paterson, M. and Pittard, M. Submission (invited) to Equal Opportunity Act Review January 2008 Cited in: Julian Gardner, Department of Justice, An Equality Act for a Fairer Victoria: Equal Opportunity Review Final Report, 30 June 2008

Conference presentations

  • Pittard, M “Unregulated space in the collective system of labour law:  discrimination and irrelevant criminal record”, New Zealand Industrial Law Society, November 2013
  • Naylor, B. “Would you employ a person with a criminal record?” ACSO Conference, Melbourne, October 2013.
  • Pittard, M “Areas outside labour regulation:  criminal record discrimination”, Fair Work Ombudsman Conference, April 2013
  • Pittard, M, “Legal issues: criminal records and recruitment processes’ Guest lecture, LLM Law of Workforce Management, April 2013.
  • Pittard, M “Public Interest, Recruiting Employees and Criminal Records' Checks: Policy and the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)”, Australian Labour Law Association National Conference 2012, Canberra, November 2012.
  • Naylor, B.  “Obstacles to Employment for Ex-offenders in a climate of risk management” European Society of Criminology, Bilbao, Spain, February 2012.
  • Heydon, G and Naylor,B, "Risk and Trust: Why do employers want criminal history information?" 11th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Vilnius, Lithuania, September 2011
  • Heydon, G, Naylor, B, Pittard, M, and Paterson, M. "Risk and Responsibility in Employing Ex-offenders" 24th Annual ANZOC Conference, Geelong, September 2011
  • Naylor, B. “Living down the past: Criminal Record Checks and Access to Employment”  Criminal Justice Research Consortium, Melbourne, April 2011.
  • Naylor, B. “Employer use of Police Record Checks”;  Post-release Employment Seminar, Institute of Criminology, Sydney University, 2 December 2010.
  • Heydon, G and Naylor, B, "Walking the employment tightrope: balancing ex-offender needs and employer risk minimization in the use of pre-employment criminal records checks” 23rd Annual ANZOC Conference, Alice Springs, September 2010
  • Naylor, B. “Employer use of criminal record checks in employment decision making” Field Officers Conference, Group Training Association of Victoria, Geelong, 22 October 2009.
  • Naylor, B.  “Employer attitudes to criminal records”  Transition Forum, 24 July 2009.

Events


Criminal Records and Employment Decision-Making


Monday 18 March 2013