2003 Research Publications Report

Books

Campbell, E. M. (2003). Parliamentary Privilege. The Federation Press, NSW, Australia.

Campbell, E. M. and Fox, R. (2003). Students' Guide to Legal Writing and Law Exams. The Federation Press, Sydney.

Campbell, T., Goldsworthy, J. and Stone, A. (Eds). (2003). Protecting Human Rights, Instruments and Institutions. Oxford University Press Inc., New York.

Davison, M. (2003). The Legal Protection of Databases. Cambridge University Press, UK.

Lee, H. P. and Winterton, G. (Eds). (2003). Australian Constitutional Lankmarks. Cambridge University Press, UK.

Kneebone, S. (Eds). (2003). The Refugees Convention 50 Years On: Globalisation and International Law. Ashgate UK.

Monotti, A. and Ricketson, S. (2003). Universities and Intellectual Property. Oxford University Press Inc., New York.

Pittard, M. J. and Naughton, R. B. (2003). Australian Labour Law: Cases and materials. LexisNexis Butterworths, Australia.

Book Chapters

Curran, L. and Kneebone, S. (2003). Overview. In S. Kneebone (Ed.). The Refugees Convention 50 Years On. Ashgate Publishing, England, 1-18.

Debeljak, J. (2003). Rights and democracy: A reconciliation of the institutional debate. In T. Campbell, J. Goldsworthy and A. Stone (Ed.). Protecting Human Rights: Instruments and Institutions. Oxford University Press Inc., New York, 135-157.

Goldsworthy, J. (2003). The debate about sovereignty in the United States: A historical and comparative perspective. In N. Walker (Ed.). Sovereignty in Transition. Hart Publishing, USA, 423-446.

Goldsworthy, J. (2003). Judicial review, legislative override, and democracy. In T. Campbell, J. Goldsworthy and A. Stone (Ed.). Protecting Human Rights, Instruments and Institutions. Oxford University Press Inc., New York, 263-279.

Hodge, G. (2003). Privatization: the Australian experience. In P. D and D. Saal (Ed.). International Handbook of Privatization. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 161-186.

Kingsford Smith, D. (2003). Networks, norms and the nation state: Thought on pluralism and globalized securities regulation. In C. Dauvergne (Ed.). Jurisprudence for an Interconnected Globe. Ashgate Publishing Ltd., Hampshire, England, 93-126.

Kinley, D. and McBeth, A. (2003). Human rights, trade and multinational corporations. In R. Sullivan (Ed.). Business and Human Rights: Dilemmas and Solutions. Greenleaf Publishing Ltd, Sheffield, UK, 52-68.

Kneebone, S. (2003). Moving beyond the state: refugees, accountability and protection. In S. Kneebone (Ed.). The Refugees Convention 50 Years On. Ashgate Publishing, England, 279-311.

Kneebone, S. and Allotey, P. (2003). Refugee health, humanitarianism, and human rights. In P. Allotey (Ed.). The Health of Refugees: Public Health Perspectives from Crisis to Settlement. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Australia, 1-13.

Lee, H. P. (2003). The implied freedom of political communication. In H. P. Lee and G. Winterton (Ed.). Australian Constitutional Landmarks. Cambridge University Press, UK, 383-411.

Mason, R. and Duns, J. (2003). Developments in consumer bankruptcy in Australia. In J. Niemi-Kiesilainen, I. Ramsay and W. Whitford (Ed.). Consumer Bankruptcy in Global Perspective. Hart Publishing, Oregon, USA, 227-246.

O'Connor, P. (2003). Information, automation and the conclusive land register. In D. Grinlinton (Ed.). Torrens in the Twenty-first Century. LexisNexis, New Zealand, 249-275.

O'Connor, P. (2003). Registration of Title in England and Australia: a theoretical and comparative analysis. In E. Cooke (Ed.). Modern Studies in Property Law Vol II. Hart Publishing, USA, 81-99.

Pittard, M. (2003). The "Labour Relations Power" in the constitution and public sector employees. In H. P. Lee and G. Winterton (Ed.). Australian Constitutional Landmarks. Cambridge University Press, UK, 355-382.

Williams, C. (2003). Approaches to similar fact evidence: England and Australia. In P. Mirfield and R. Smith (Ed.). Essays for Colin Tapper. LexisNexis, UK, 21-47.

Journal Articles: Fully Refereed

Arsalidou, D. (2003). Objectivity vs flexibility in civil law jurisdictions and the possible introduction of the business judgment rule in English law. The Company Law, 24 (8), 228-233.

Arsalidou, D. (2003). Opening the door for unsecured creditors in Australia: the Water Wheel Holdings collapse. The Company Law, 24 (12), 373-375.

Batagol, B. (2003). A rebuttable presumption of joint custody: Research vs ideology in the battle over our children. Alternative Law Journal, 28 (5), 230-234.

Binh, T. N. and Glover, J. (2003). Estimating the transitional compliance costs of the GST in Australia: A case study approach. Australian Tax Forum, (2002) 17 (4), 499-536.

Boros, E. (2003). Corporate governance in cyberspace: who stands to gain what from the virtual meeting? The Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 3 (1), 149-179.

Bradley, L. (2003). The age of criminal responsibility revisited. Deakin Law Review, 8 (1), 73-90.

Campbell, E. (2003). Adjudication of parliamentary offences. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 22 (2), 173-187.

Campbell, E. (2003). Enforcement of public duties which are impossible to perform. Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 10 (4), 201-207.

Campbell, E. (2003). Reasons for judgment: some consumer perspectives. The Australian Law Journal, 77 (1), 62-71.

Campbell, E. (2003). The retrospectivity of judicial decisions and the legality of governmental Acts. Monash University Law Review, 29 (1), 49-84.

Campbell, E. and Lee, H. P. (2003). Criticism of judges and freedom of expression. Media and Arts Law Review, 8 (2), 77-89.

Castan, M. and Kee, S. (2003). The jurisprudence of denial. Alternative Law Journal, 28 (2), 83-87.

Crockett, A. (2003). Implementing skills and ethical values in the undergraduate law curriculum. Staff and Educational Development International, 7 (3), 217-233.

Danne, A. (2003). Voluntary environmental agreements in Australia: an analysis of statutory and non-statutory frameworks for the implementation of voluntary environmental agreements in Australia. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 20 (4), 287-318.

Davison, M. (2003). The protection of databases. Intellectual Property Forum, 52 20-25.

de Zwart, M. (2003). Seriously entertaining: The Panel and the future of fair dealing. Media and Arts Law Review, 8 (1), 1-17.

Debeljak, J. (2003). The Human Rights Act 1998 (UK): the preservation of parliamentary supremacy in the context of rights protection. Australian Journal of Human Rights, 9 (1), 183-235.

Epstein, J. and Penovic, T. (2003). Can you have your say about your Neighbour's Planning Application and Salvage your Relationship? A study of mediation in the Planning and Environment List at VCAT. Local Government Law Journal, 8 (3), 116-176.

Evans, A. and Palermo, J. (2003). Australian law students' perceptions of their values: interim results in the first year - 2001 - of a three-year empirical assessment. Legal Ethics, 5 (1&2), 103-129.

Gaze, B. (2003). Privacy and research involving humans. Journal of Law and Medicine, 10 (4), 410-434.

Goldsworthy, J. (2003). Homogenizing Constitutions. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 23 (2), 483-505.

Goldsworthy, J. (2003). Raz on constitutional interpretation. Law and Philosophy, 22 (2), 167-193.

Groves, M. (2003). The implied undertaking restricting the use of material obtained during legal proceedings. Australian Bar Review, 23 (3), 314-344.

Groves, M. (2003). Ombudsmen's jurisdiction in prisons. Monash University Law Review, (2002) 28 (2), 181-205.

Joseph, S. (2003). Pharmaceutical corporations and access to drugs: The "Fourth Wave" of corporate human rights scrutiny. Human Rights Quarterly, 25 (2), 425-452.

Joseph, S. (2003). UN Human Rights Treaty bodies: Recent decisions. Human Rights Law Review, 3 (2), 291-300.

Lipp, B. (2003). Mass Tort Class Actions under the Federal Court of Australia Act: Justice for all or justice denied? Monash University Law Review, (2002) 28 (2), 361-402.

Litaba, O. (2003). Does the 'offence' of contempt by scandalising the court have a valid place in the law of modern day Australia? Deakin Law Review, 8 (1), 113-146.

McSherry, B. (2003). Legal issues in Canada. Journal of Law and Medicine, 10 (4), 394-398.

McSherry, B. (2003). Voluntariness, intention, and the defence of mental disorder: Toward a rational approach. Behavioural Sciences and the Law, 21 (5), 581-599.

Mulligan, E. and Paterson, M. (2003). Patients rarely detect breaches of confidence. Australian Health Review, 26 (3), 73-78.

O'Connor, P. (2003). Double Indemnity - Title Insurance and The Torrens System. Law and Justice Journal, 3 (1), 141-167.

O'Connor, P. (2003). Reparation for Australia's removed aboriginal children: defining the wrong. Third World Legal Studies, 2000-2003 219-237.

O'Connor, P. (2003). Title insurance - is there a catch? Australian Property Law Journal, 10 (2), 120-139.

Panwar-Mridul, M. (2003). The impact of new generic top level domains on trademarks. Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, 10 (1), http://www.murdoch.edu.au/elaw/issues/v10n1/mridul101nf.html.

Paterson, M. and Mulligan, E. (2003). Disclosing health information breaches of confidence, privacy and the notion of the "Treating Team". Journal of Law and Medicine, 10 (4), 460-469.

Pittard, M. (2003). The dispersing and transformed workplace: labour law and the effect of electronic work. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 16 (1), 69-93.

Rogers, J. (2003). Compulsory acquisition under Pt 6A.2 and its implications for minority shareholders. Australian Business Law Review, 31 (2), 97-112.

Siegel, N. (2003). 'Court' in the system: The impact of the circuiting Bush Court upon criminal justice administration and domestic violence prosecution in Aboriginal communities. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 15 (1), 56-60.

Siegel, N. (2003). Is White Justice delivery in Black communities by 'Bush Court' a factor in aboriginal over-representation within our legal system? Monash University Law Review, (2002) 28 (2), 268-298.

Sifris, A. (2003). Access to infertility treatment: Lessons from Patrick's story. Journal of Law and Medicine, 11 (1), 9-15.

Sifris, A. and McNeil, E. (2003). Small group learning in real property law. Legal Education, (2002) 13 (2), 189-220.

Sifris, R. (2003). Operation Iraqi freedom: United States v Iraq - The legality of the war. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 4 (2), 521-560.

Smith, D. (2003). The use of meta-ethics in adjudication. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 23 (1), 25-47.

Taylor, G. (2003). The new Gay and Lesbian Partnerships Law in Germany. Alberta Law Review, 41 (2), 573-617.

Taylor, G. (2003). The origins of Associations Incorporation Legislation - The Associations Incorporation Act 1858 of South Australia. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 22 (2), 224-238.

Williams, C. (2003). Burdens and standards in civil litigation. The Sydney Law Review, 25 (2), 165-188.

Williams, C. (2003). Warnings occasioned by delay in paedophile prosecutions. Criminal Law Journal, 27 (2), 70-79.

Wilson, E. (2003). Mare Liberum and Opinio Juris: A Grotian Reading of the North Sea Continental Shelf Cases. Monash University Law Review, 28 (2-2002), 299-326.

Yannoulidis, S. T. (2003). Mental illness, rationality and criminal responsibility. The Sydney Law Review, 25 (2), 189-221.

Journal Articles: Others

Arsalidou, D. (2003). Book Reviews "Transaction Avoidance in Insolvencies" Rebecca Parry (consultant editor Hamish Anderson) Oxford University Press (2001). Trust Law International, 17 (3), 158-159.

Campbell, S. and Ray, A. (2003). Specialist clinical legal education: an Australian model. International Journal of Clinical Legal Education, 3 67-77.

Clough, J. (2003). Sentencing the corporate offender: the neglected dimension of corporate criminal liability. Corporate Misconduct eZine, 1 (1),

Evans, A. (2003). Disclosure of an uncomfortable history. Law Institute Journal, 77 (6), 77.

Evans, A. (2003). Ethical training. Law Institute Journal, 77 (5), 80.

Evans, A. (2003). Ethics meets economics. Law Institute Journal, 77 (12), 91.

Evans, A. (2003). Leading by example. Law Institute Journal, 77 (3), 78.

Evans, A. (2003). A mutuality of interest. Law Institute Journal, 77 (7), 86.

Evans, A. (2003). Painless fairwells. Law Institute Journal, 77 (9), 84.

Evans, A. (2003). Promoting the pull. Law Institute Journal, 77 (1-2), 82.

Evans, A. (2003). Rounding up the hours. Law Institute Journal, 77 (11), 84.

Evans, A. (2003). Safe employment for Corporate Counsel. Law Institute Journal, 77 (4), 84.

Evans, A. (2003). Someone to watch over me. Law Institute Journal, 77 (8), 85.

Evans, A. (2003). To keep a confidence. Law Institute Journal, 77 (10), 93.

Evans, A. and Cunningham, C. (2003). Speciality certification as an incentive for increased professionalism: lessons from other disciplines and countries. South Carolina Law Review, 54 (4), 987-1009.

Fox, R. (2003). Book Review "Sentencing and Society: International Perspectives" edited by Cyrus Tata and Neil Hutton, Aldershot Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2002. Adelaide Law Journal, (2002) 23 411-414.

Hodge, G. (2003). Public-private partnerships: governing with accountability. AccountAbility, AQ20 47-51.

Kinley, D. (2003). Globalisation and the law. Legal Date, 15 (4), 1-3.

Kinley, D., Joseph, S. and McBeth, A. (2003). The human rights responsibilities of multinational corporations: a legal study. New Academy Review, 2 (1), 92.

McSherry, B. (2003). Case Note: PD v Harvey and Chen. Journal of Law and Medicine, 11 (1), 18-19.

McSherry, B. (2003). Editorial: Amici Curiae and the public interest in medical law cases. Journal of Law and Medicine, 11 (1), 5-8.

Naylor, B. (2003). Review: Sandra Enos, Mothering from the Inside: Parenting in a Women's Prison; State University of New York Press, 2001. Affilia, 18 (4), 492-494.

Neave, M. (2003). Institutional law reform in Australia: back to the future? The Law Commission of Sri Lanka Commemorative Journal 2003, 59-73.

Neave, M. (2003). International regulation of the publication of publicly accessible personal information. Privacy Law and Policy Reporter, 10 (7), 120-127.

Wilkin, J. (2003). The anomalies of forfeiting deposits. Australian Banking and Finance Law Bulletin, 19 (2), 22-28.

Conference Publications: Fully Refereed

Hodge, G. (2003). The risky business of public-private-patnerships: are risks shifted, shared or shirked? Toward Public Value? Management and Employment for Outcomes. Caulfield Campus, Monash University, Australia, 24-25 November 2003. Department of Management, Monash University, in CD.

Kneebone, S. (2003). Women within the refugee construct: at the margin of non-citizenship. The 32nd Triennial Conference of the Australian Federation of University Women. Cato Conference Centre, Melbourne, 25-26 April 2003. From Study to Forum: Australian Women and Citizenship. The Australian Federation of University Women.

Sands, V. (2003). Victoria's prison system: independence of the regulatory framework. Toward Public Value? Management and Employment for Outcomes. Caulfield Campus, Monash University, Australia, 24-25 November 2003. Department of Management, Monash University, in CD.

Wang, M. (2003). China's accession to the World Trade Organization and its implementation efforts to date. Institutional Challenges for the Global China. Melbourne, Australia, 13-14 November 2003. Asian Business and Economics Research Unit, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University, in CD.

Conference Publications: Other

Alexander, R. (2003). Reflections on gender in family law decision-making in Australia. Gender, Sexuality and Law II Conference. England, June/July 2003.

Evans, A. (2003). Recognising the conditional nature of pro bono motivation: avoiding 'aspirational' compulsion and developing an appropriate pro bono ethic in new lawyers. The Second National Pro Bono Conference: Transforming Access to Justice. Sydney, 20-21 October 2003.

Kneebone, S. (2003). Believable tales: proving a well founded fear of persecution. Conference on Law and Mental Health. Sydney, October 2003.

Kneebone, S. (2003). Bouncing the ball between the courts and the legislature: what is the score on refugee issues? 4 December 2003. Castan Centre for Human Rights Law.

Kneebone, S. (2003). Is the Australian Refugee Review Tribunal "institutionally biased"? The 8th Biannual conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM). January 2003.

Monotti, A. (2003). Business systems and methods patents in Australia. Software and Business Method Patenting in Europe: The Proposed EC Directive. Monash University Law Chambers, 19 March 2003.

Monotti, A. (2003). The legal issues: patenting and technology transfer. Intellectual Property Forum. Oxford University, Great Britain.

Monotti, A. (2003). Patenting in universities and its impact on research. Washington School of Law, The American University, Washington DC, USA, 21-22 April 2003.

Thesis accepted for a Higher Degree

Ciro, A. (2003). Financial Derivatives and Legal Risk: Problems and Proposals for Reform. PhD.

Duns, J. C. (2003). Insolvency: Law and Policy. PhD.

Foley, C. (2003). The separation of powers in Australia: time for a reconceptualisation. PhD.

Groves, M. (2003). Administrative Law and the Management of Prisons and Prisoners. PhD.

Gubbi, N. (2003). Genetic Information and Privacy in the Australian Insurance and Employment Sector. MPhil.

Henry, I. R. (2003). The high court and the interpretation of the Commonwealth Constitution through implication. LLM by major thesis.

Joseph, S. L. (2003). The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Procedures, Practice, Interpretation and Application. PhD.

Monotti, A. (2003). Universities and Intellectual Property: Ownership and Exploitation. PhD.

O'Connor, P. (2003). Security of Property Rights and Land Title Registration Systems. PhD.

Rifai, A. (2003). Socio-legal aspects of land disputes in relation to oil palm activities: the case of South Sumatra. PhD.

Reports

Kinley, D. and Davis, T. (2003). Human Rights Implications of Private Sector Development Activities for World Bank Operations. Report to the World Bank.

McSherry, B. (2003). Risk Assessment by Mental Health Professionals and the Prevention of Future Violent Behaviour. Report prepared for the Criminology Research Council.

Fox, R. (2003). On-the-Spot Fines and Civic Compliance. Final Report. Monash University Faculty of Law and Department of Justice Victoria.

Expert Commentary

Kneebone, S. (2003). How Humanitarian is Australia's Humanitarian Program? Talk at Monash University Law Chambers. March 2003.

Kneebone, S. (2003). The Refugee Convention 50 Years On. SBS Radio News. 18 September 2003.

Kneebone, S. (2003). The Senate's Rejection of the Government's Migration Zone. Participation on Radio National program. 26 November 2003.

Monotti, A. (2003). The concept of obviousness in combination patents under the Patents Act 1952 (Cth): Aktiebolaget Hassel v Alphapharm Pty Ltd. European Intellectual Property Review, N-85.

Monotti, A. (2003). Sufficiency of Chinese walls to maintain confidentiality of information of a former client: photoCure ASA v Queen's University at Kingston. European Intellectual Property Review, N-107.

Others

Alexander, R. (2003). Domestic Violence. Law Handbook 2003. Fitzroy Legal Service, chapter 19.

Debeljak, J. (Eds). (2003). Judicial Independence: A collection of material for the Judicial Conference of Australia. Judicial Conference of Australia, NSW.

Kinley, D., McBeth, A. and Joseph, S. (2003). The norms of responsibility of transnational corporations and other business entities with regard to human rights. Briefing paper for DFAT-NGO Human Rights Consultations.

O'Connor, P. (25 August 2003). The Legal System. 'The Age' Education Supplement.