2005 Research Publications Report

* Meet criteria as DEST research publications
+ student
 
 
4.1 Staff publications

Books (authored)*

Paterson, M. R. Freedom of Information and Privacy in Australia. Lexis Nexis Butterworths, Chatswood, NSW. (2005)


Books (other) -  editorship, revision or new edition

Bronitt, S and McSherry, B.M. Principles of Criminal Law. Ed 2.Lawbook Co., Sydney, NSW, (2005)

Fox, R.G. Victorian Criminal Procedure: State and Federal Law, Ed 12. Monash Law Book Co-operative Ltd., Clayton, Vic. (2005) 
Groves, M.N. Law and Government in Australia. The Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, (2005) 

Paterson, J., Robertson, A. and Heffey P. Principles of Contract Law, Ed 2. Lawbook Co., Sydney, NSW. (2005)

Taylor, G. A Great and Glorious Reformation: Six Early South Australian Legal Innovations. Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, (2005)

Waller, L and Williams, C.R. Criminal Law. Text and Cases. Ed 10. Lexis Nexis Butterworths, Chatswood, NSW. (2005)


Book chapters*

Bronitt S and McSherry B.M. ‘International and Transnational Crimes’. In S.Bronitt and B.M.McSherry Principles of Criminal Law. Lawbook Co., Sydney, NSW, (2005) 851-916. 

Bryant, T.L. and Jessup, B.S. ‘Fragmented Pragmatism: The Conclusion and Adoption of International Treaties in Vietnam’. In J.Gillespie and P. Nicholson (Eds.). Asian Socialism and Legal Change: The Dynamics of Vietnamese and Chinese Reform. Asia Pacific Press & ANU E Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, (2005) 288-309.

Campbell, E.M. and Groves, M.N. ‘Polycentricity in Administrative Decision-Making’. In M.N.Groves (Ed.). Law and Government in Australia. The Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, (2005) 213-240. 

Epstein, J.A. ‘The Quiet Revolution in Australia - The Changing Role of the Judge in Civil Proceedings’. In N.Trocker and V.Varano (Eds.). The Reforms of Civil Procedure in Comparative Perspective. G. Giappichelli Editore, Torino, (2005) 185-215. 

Evans, J and Bowman, D.M. ‘Getting the contract right’. In G.Hodge and C.Greve (Eds.). The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships:Learning from International Experience. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, (2005) 62-80. 

Freiberg, A. ‘Sentencing’. In D.Chappell and P.Wilson (Eds.). Issues in Australian Crime and Criminal Justice. LexisNexis Butterworths, Chatswood NSW, (2005) 139-168. 

Goldsworthy, J.D. ‘Manner and Form Revisited: Reflections on Marquet's Case’. In M.N. Groves (Ed.). Law and Government in Australia. The Federation Press, Sydney, NSW, (2005) 18-43. 

Greve, C. and Hodge, G.A. ‘Introduction’. In G.Hodge and C.Greve (Eds.). The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships: Learning from International Experience. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, (2005) 1-21. 

Groves, M.N. ‘Judicial Review and Ministerial Responsibility’. In M.N.Groves (Ed.). Law and Government in Australia. The Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, (2005) 82-109.

Hodge, G.A. and Greve, C. ‘Public-private partnerships: a policy for all seasons?’. In G. Hodge and C.Greve (Eds.). The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships: Learning from International Experience. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, (2005) 305-331. 

Hodge, G.A. ‘Public-private partnerships: the Australasian experience with physical infrastructure’. In G.Hodge and C.Greve (Eds.). The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships: Learning from International Experience. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, (2005) 305-331. 

Lee, H.P. ‘The Reasonably Appropriate and Adapted Test and the Implied Freedom of Political Communication’. In M.N. Groves (Ed.). Law and Government in Australia. The Federation Press, Sydney NSW, (2005) 59-81. 

Lindsay, D.F. ‘The Relationship between General Law Protection of Privacy and Information Privacy Laws’. In A.R.Saad (Ed.). Personal Data & Privacy Protection. LexisNexis, Malaysia, (2005) 1-42.

Neave, M.A. ‘Law Reform and Social Justice’. In B. Opeskin and D. Weisbrot (Eds.). The Promise of Law Reform. The Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, (2005) 358-373.

O'Connor, P.A. ‘Registration of Invalid Dispositions: Who Gets the Property?’. In E.Cooke (Ed.). Modern Studies in Property Law Vol III. Hart Publishing, Oxford England, (2005) 45-64.

Paterson, J, Robertson, A and Heffey, P. ‘Capacity’. In J Paterson, A Robertson and P Heffey, Principles of Contract Law. Lawbook Co, Sydney, (2005) 145-154. 

Paterson, J, Robertson, A and Heffey, P. ‘Restitution’. In J Paterson, A Robertson and P Heffey, Principles of Contract Law. Lawbook Co, Sydney, (2005) 196-219. 

Pittard, M.J. ‘Rethinking Place of Work: Federal Labour Law Framework for Contemporary Home-Based Work and Its Prospects in Australia’. In J.Murray (Ed.). Work, Family and the Law. The Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, (2005) 148-181. 

Powles, G.C. ‘The Challenge of Law Reform in Pacific Island States’. In B. Opeskin and D. Weisbrot (Eds.). The Promise of Law Reform. The Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, (2005) 404-421. 

Spagnolo, L. ‘Legal Pitfalls for Family Businesses: When Should the Alarm Bells Start Ringing?’. In L.Glassop and D.Waddell (Eds.). Managing the Family Business. Heidelberg Press, Heidelberg Victoria, (2005) 105-129.

Taylor, G. ‘Early South Australia - an innovatory place’. In G.Taylor. A Great and Glorious Reformation: Six Early South Australian Legal Innovations. Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, (2005) 7-13. 

Taylor, G. ‘Hamburger to go? The Torrens system’. In G.Taylor. A Great and Glorious Reformation: Six Early South Australian Legal Innovations. Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, (2005) 14-49. 

Tran-Nam, B and Glover, J.S. ‘The Compliance costs of the GST to small business: some preliminary results based on a case-study approach’. In R.Fisher and M.Walpole (Eds.). Global Challenges in Tax Administration. Fiscal Publications, Birmingham UK, (2005) 288-302
 
Book chapters (other)
 
Mfodwo, K.S.B and Snushall, B. ‘Emerging Environmental Trends’. In G. Kerr and B. Snushall (Eds.). Future Environmental Policy Trends to 2020: Impact on Ship Design and Operations. Sea Power Centre, Australia, (2005) 21-84.

Snushall, B. and Mfodwo, K.S.B. ‘An Environmentally Sustainable Warship’ In G. Kerr and B. Snushall (Eds.). Future Environmental Policy Trends to 2020: Impact on Ship Design and Operations. Sea Power Centre, Australia, (2005) 85-94.

 
Journal articles (fully refereed)*

Barkehall Thomas, S.J. ‘Electronic Funds Transfer and Fiduciary Fraud’. (2005) 13(2) The Journal of Business Law 48-69

Barkehall Thomas, S.J. ‘Fiduciary cheque fraud: should banks be alert or alarmed?’. (2005) 16(3) Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice 17-40

Barraclough, A and Waincymer, J. ‘Mandatory Rules of Law in International Commercial Arbitration’ (2005) 27(11) Melbourne Journal of International Law 205-244

+ Beecher, G. ‘Disability standards: the challenge of achieving compliance with the Disability Discrimination  Act’. (2005) 13(2) Australian Journal of Human Rights 139-170

+ Bracka, J.M. ‘Past the Point of No Return ?  The Palestinian Right of Return in International Human Rights Law’. (2005) 34(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 272-312

Clough, J.A. ‘Not-so-innocents abroad: corporate criminal liability for human rights abuses’. (2005) 29(2) Australian Journal of Human Rights 1-32

Clough, J.A. ‘Will the Punishment Fit the Crime? Corporate Manslaughter and the Problem of Sanctions’. (2005) 23(2) The Flinders Journal of Law Reform 113-131

+ Crilly, B. ‘Guideline Judgments in Victoria’. (2005) 8(1) Monash University Law Review 37-63

+ Danne, A.P. ‘Customary and Indigenous Law in Transitional Post-Conflict States: A South Sudanese Case Study’. (2005) 27(1) Monash University Law Review 199-228

Davison, M. J. and Hugenholtz, P.B. ‘Football Fixtures, Horseraces and Spin-offs: The ECJ Domesticates the Database Right’. (2005) 22(2) European Intellectual Property Review 113-118

+ Dempsey, L. ‘Western Australia State Administrative Tribunal:  A long time coming - Worth the wait’. (2005) (January) Australian Journal of Administrative Law 47-64

Duns, J.C. and Glover, J.S. ‘The Taxation Priority: An Australian Perspective’. (2005) 12(1) International Insolvency Review 171-186

Evans, A.H. ‘Encouraging Lawyer's Values in a Faith Conscious World’. (2005) 12(1) Interface: A Forum for Theology in the World 6-22

Evans, A.H. and Palermo, J. ‘Gender & Ethics’. (2005) 13(1) Law Institute Journal 40-45

Evans, A.H. and Palermo, J. ‘Zero Impact: Are Lawyers' Values Affected by Law School?’. (2005) 12(1) Legal Ethics 240-264

Freiberg, A. ‘Managerialism in Australian Criminal Justice: RIP for KPI's?’ (2005) 2(2) Monash University Law Review 12-36

Gaze, E.J. ‘Quality Part-time Work: Can Law provide a Framework?’ (2005) 29(1) Labour and Industry 89-111

Gerber, P. ‘Burning Down the House to Roast the Pig: The High Court Retains Advocates' Immunity’. (2005) 17(1) University of New South Wales Law Journal  646-667

Gerber, P.and Mailman, B. ‘Construction Litigation: Can We Do It Better’. (2005) 26(3) Monash University Law Review 237-257

+ Giblin-Chen, R. ‘Rewinding Sony: An Inducement Theory of Secondary Liability’. (2005) 26(1) European Intellectual Property Review 428-437

Glover, J.S. ‘Resettlements: Revenue consequences of varying discretionary trusts’. (2005) 23(1) Australian Law Journal 620-640

Glover, J.S. ‘Taxing liquidation distributions: An assessment of Australian deemed dividend and capital gains regimes and how they interrelate’. (2005) 16(1) Australian Tax Review 88-103

Goldsworthy, J.D. ‘Is Parliament Sovereign? Recent Challenges to the Doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty’. (2005) 27(12) New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 7-37

Groves, M.N. ‘The civilianisation of Australian military law’. (2005) 10(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal 364-395

Groves, M.N. ‘The disposal of human ashes’. (2005) 11(1) Journal of Law and Medicine 267-272

Groves, M.N. ‘Outsourcing and non-delegable duties’. (2005) 1(2) Public Law Review 265-271

Hodge, G., Bowman, D.M.and Binks, P. ‘Nanotech - The big business of small’. (2005) 8(3) Monash Business Review 24-29

+ Hoel, A.T. ‘The Sentencing  Provisions of the International Criminal Court’. (2005) 30(2) The International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing 37-69

Joseph, S.L. ‘Human Rights Committee: Recent cases’. (2005) 14(3) Human Rights Law Review 105-116

Joseph, S.L. ‘Rendering Terrorists and the Convention against Torture’. (2005) 19(1) Human Rights Law Review 339-346

Kneebone, S.Y. ‘Ruddock and Others v Taylor’. (2005) 15(3) The Sydney Law Review 143-166

Kneebone, S.Y. ‘What We Have Done with the Refugee Convention: The Australian Way’. (2005) 5(2) Law in  Context 83-119

Kneebone, S.Y. ‘Women within the Refugee Construct: Exclusionary Inclusion in Policy and Practice - the Australian Experience’. (2005) 5(1) International Journal of Refugee Law 7-42

+ Kyriakakis, J. ‘Freeport in West Papua: Bringing Corporations to Account for International Human Rights Abuses under Australian Criminal and Tort Law’. (2005) 11(1) Monash University Law Review 95-119

Laryea, E. ‘Facilitating Paperless International Trade: A Survey of Law and Policy in Asia’. (2005) 18(1) International Review of Law Computers & Technology 121-142

+ Le Mire, S. ‘Striking off:  Criminal lawyers and disclosure of their convictions’. (2005) 31(1) The Australian Law Journal 641-648

Lee, H.P. ‘The Judicial Power and Constitutional Government - convergence and divergence in the Australian and Malaysian experience’. (2005) 30(5) Constitutional 
Law and Policy Review 45-57

Lindsay, D. ‘An Exploration of the Conceptual Basis for Privacy and the Implications for the Future of Australian Privacy Law’. (2005) 79 Melbourne University Law Review 131-178

Lindsay, D. ‘Fair Use and Other Copyright Exceptions: Overview of Issues’. (2005) 27(3) Copyright Reporter 4-12

Ludlow, K.A. ‘Gene Technology Regulation and the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth)’. (2005) 6(2) Monash University Law Review 165-198

Ludlow, K.A. ‘Genetically modified organisms and private nuisance liability’. (2005) 9(2) The Tort Law Review 92-121

Ludlow, K.A. ‘The economic impact of genetically modified organisms as actionable damage in torts’. (2005) 30(2) Torts Law Journal 159-187

+ McBeth, A. ‘Holding the Purse String: The Continuing Evolution of Human Rights Law and the Potential Liability of the Finance Industry for Human Rights Abuses’. (2005) 13(2) Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 7-34

+ McBeth, A.and Joseph, S.L. ‘Same words, different language: corporate perceptions of human rights responsibilities’. (2005) 31(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 95-127

McSherry, B.M. ‘Afterword: Options for the Reform of Provocation, Automatism and Mental Impairment’. (2005) 31(1) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 44-49

McSherry, B.M. ‘Indefinite and preventive detention legislation: From caution to an open door’. (2005) 79(10) Criminal Law Journal 94-110

McSherry, B.M. ‘It's a Man's World: Claims of Provocation and Automatism in 'Intimate' Homicides’. (2005) 8(1) Melbourne University Law Review 905-929

McSherry, B.M. ‘Men Behaving Badly: Current Issues in Provocation, Automatism, Mental Impairment and Criminal Responsibility’. (2005) 1(1) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 15-22

McSherry, B.M. ‘Posthumous Reproduction’. (2005) 79(10) Journal of Law and Medicine 15-18

McSherry, B.M. ‘The Introduction of Terrorism-Related Offences in Australia: Comfort or Concern?’. (2005) 28(3) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 279-288

Mfodwo, K.S.B. ‘Last Tango with Moscow: A Political and Jurisprudential Analysis of the Australia-USSR Fisheries Access Agreement of 1990’. (2005) 27(11) Melbourne Journal of International Law 342-401

Middleton, S. ‘Matrimonial property reform: Legislation for the financial consequences of domestic violence’. (2005) 30(2) Australian Journal of Family Law 9-28

Middleton, S. ‘The verdict on Kennon: failings of a contribution-based approach to domestic violence in Family Court property proceedings’. (2005) 30(5) Alternative Law Journal 237-241

Monotti, A.L. ‘Sufficiency of description: At what time is its adequacy considered?’. (2005) 11(1) Australian Intellectual Property Journal 152-164

Monotti, A.L. ‘To make an article for ultimate sale: the secret use provision in the Patents Act 1990 (Cth)’. (2005) 3(2) European Intellectual Property Review 446-457

Naylor, B.G. ‘Do not pass go: The impact of criminal record checks on employment in Australia’. (2005) 26(3) Alternative Law Journal 174-179

O'Leary, D, Koleski, D, Kola, I, Hertzog, P.J. and + Ristevski, S. ‘Identification and expression analysis of alternative transcripts of the mouse GA-binding protein (Gabp) subunits  and 1’. (2005) 20(2) Gene 79-92

O'Sullivan, M.J. ‘Past  Violations under International Human Rights Law: The Indigenous Stolen Generation in Australia’. (2005) 19(2) Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 243-272

Palermo, J. and Evans, A.H. ‘Australian Law Students' Values: How They Impact on Ethical Behaviour’. (2005) 3(1) Legal Education Review 1-23

Penovic, T. and Sifris, A. ‘Like a bird in a cage: children's voices and challenges to Australia's immigration detention regime’. (2005) 13(1) International Journal of Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood (IJEIEC) 32-44

Penovic, T. ‘Undermining Australia's international standing: the failure to extend human rights, protections to indigenous peoples affected by Australian mining companies' ventures abroad’. (2005) 29(3) Australian Journal of Human Rights 71-118

Pittard, M.J. ‘Agreements Straying Beyond Employment Matters: The Impact of the Agreement Validation Matters Legislation’. (2005) 6(2) Australian Journal of Labour Law 71-78

+ Raykovski, E. ‘Continuous Disclosure: Has Regulation Enhanced the Australian Securities Market?’. (2005) 12(3) Monash University Law Review 269-302

Rodrick, S. ‘Defamation, the media and reporting documents on the court record’. (2005) 28(2) Media & Arts Law Review 171-207

+ Samarajewa, S. ‘A New Model Contract Law for E-commerce in Sri Lanka’. (2005) 16(4) Australian Journal of Asian Law 95-105

Sifris, A. ‘Dismantling Discriminatory Barriers: Access to Assisted Reproductive Services for Single Women and Lesbian Couples’. (2005) 8(2) Monash University Law Review 229-268

Sifris, A. ‘Known semen donors: To be or not to be a parent’. (2005) 15(1 & 2) Journal of Law and Medicine 230-244

Taylor, G. ‘German Courts Decide Who is Jewish: On the Agreements Between the German State and Jewish Groups, and the Resulting Litigation’. (2005) 31(2) Journal of Law and Religion 397-421

Taylor, G. ‘Judicial reflections on the defence case in the summing-up’. (2005) 23(1) Australian Bar Review 70-88

Taylor, G. ‘Rape with mitigating circumstances’. (2005) 7(1) Australian Bar Review 331-357

Taylor, G. ‘Two English hearsay heresies’. (2005) 11(2) International Journal of Evidence & Proof 110-125

Webster, L.L., Mertova, P. and Becker, J.M. ‘Providing a Discipline-Based Higher Education Qualification’. (2005) 30(4) Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice 75-83

Williams, C.R. ‘Lies as evidence’. (2005) 12(2) Australian Bar Review 313-330

+ Yannoulidis, S. ‘Excusing Fleeting Mental States: Provocation, Involuntariness and Normative Practice’. (2005) 12(1) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 23-35


Journal articles (others)

Batagol, B.M. et al. ‘Review of exposure draft of the Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Bill 2005’ (2005) 19(2) Australian Journal of Family Law 79-93.

Campbell, S. ‘Proportionality in Australian civil procedures: A preliminary review’ (2005) 14(3) Journal of Judicial Administration 144-156.

Chambers, R. ‘The Unocal Settlement: Implications for the Developing Law on Corporate Complicity in Human Rights Abuses’ (2005) 13(1) Human Rights Brief 14-16&36

Freiberg, A. ‘Problem-oriented courts: An update’ (2005) 14(4) Journal of Judicial Administration 196-219.

Freiberg, A. ‘Sentencing: Trends and Issues’ (2005) Winter 2005(86) Reform 7-10.

Gaze, E.J. ‘Twenty years of the Sex Discrimination Act: Assessing its achievements’ (2005) 30(1) Alternative Law Journal 3-8

Goldsworthy, J.D. ‘Moderate versus strong Intentionalism: Knapp and Michaels Revisited’ (2005) 42 San Diego Law Review 669-683

Hyams, R. ‘Clinical Legal Education Management and Assessment Software’. (2005) 6(Dec 2004) International Journal of Clinical Legal Education 177-198.

Hyams, R. ‘School Supervision of Children Outside School Hours in Australia: Who's responsible?’ (2005) 34(3) Journal of Law and Education 347-360.

Joseph, S.L. ‘The Right to Housing, Discrimination and the Roma in Slovakia’ (2005) 5(2) Human Rights Law Review 347-349

Ludlow, K.A. ‘Regulation of Agricultural Genetically Modified Organisms in Australia’ (2005) 2(3) Journal of International Biotechnology Law 123-129

Powles, G. ‘Chiefly Systems and Pacific Island Constitutions: Comparative Trends Relevant for Samoan Studies’ (2005) 1 The Journal of Samoan Studies 119 – 146 

Smith, L. ‘Online Shopping: the Australian Experience’. (2005) 8(3) Internet Law Bulletin 44-47.
 
 
 
 
Letter or note

De Zwart, M. ‘TCN Channel Nine v Network Ten (No 2)’ (2005) 10(3) Media and Arts Law Review 249-256

Gaze, E.J. ‘Recognition of Human Rights’ (2005) 17(2) Legaldate 1-4.

Groves, M.N. ‘A Parliamentary Attack on the Military Justice System’ (2005) 29(6) Criminal Law Journal  325-330.

Groves, M.N. ‘R v Phong’ (2005) 29 (6) Criminal Law Journal  368-373

Monotti, A.L. ‘Changes to the Designs Laws in Australia’ (2005) 27(2) European Intellectual Property Review 31-2.

Monotti, A.L. ‘Fair basing of claims under section 40(3) of Patents Act 1990 (Cth): Lockwood Security Products Pty Ltd v Doric Products Pty Ltd (2005) 27(5) European Intellectual Property Review 99-101.   Monotti, A.L. ‘Law reform in Australia’ (2005) 27(9) European Intellectual Property Review 181.   Monotti, A.L. ‘The concept of fraudulent imitation of a registered design under the /Designs Act 1906 /(Cth)’ (2005) 27(11) European Intellectual Property Review 220-221.  
Monotti, A.L. ‘The scope of “manner of manufacture” under the /Patents Act 1990 <http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/consol_act/pa1990109/>/ (Cth): /Grant v Commissioner of Patents /[2005] FCA 1100’ (2005) 27(12) European Intellectual Property Review 244-245.  
 
Reviews

Gaze, E.J. Book Review of ‘Anti-Discrimination Law, ed. Christopher McCrudden’ (2005) 30(2) Monash University Law Review  323-326

McSherry, B.M. ‘Gerry Simpson (ed), War Crimes Law, Volumes I and II (Ashgate, 2004)’ (2005) 31(2) Monash University Law Review  407-410

Taylor, G. Review: Federalism and Second Chambers: Regional Representation in Parliamentary Federations? The Australian Senate and German Bundesrat (2005) 54 (2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 534-536

Conference publications (fully refereed)*

Groves, M.N. ‘Ethics in Public Administration’  Shaping Administrative Law for the Next Generation: Fresh Perspectives. 2004 Administrative Law Forum. Hobart, Tasmania 1-2 July 2004. Australian Institute of Administrative Law Inc., Canberra, ACT (2005) 60-84.

Webster, L. L., Nair, C.S. and Mertova, P. ‘Quality & Law: The Current Student Experience’ Communicating Evaluation Outcomes: Issues and Approaches. Proceedings of the 2004 Evaluation Forum. Melbourne Australia, 24-25 November 2004. Centre for Higher Education Quality, Monash University (2005) 107-115

Webster, L. L. and Mertova P. ‘Narrative inquiry and reflective practice - two of a kind: a case study of the Graduate Certificate in Law Teaching’ The 11th Cambridge International Conference on Open and Distance Learning. Madingley Hall, Cambridge. 20-23 September 2005.The Open University, Milton Keynes UK (2005) 226-235

Webster, L. L. and Mertova, P. ‘Online Higher Education Teaching Qualification in Law: An online reflective practice course’ E-Learn 2005 World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education. Vancouver BC Canada.24-28 October 2005. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Chesapeake, Vancouver (2005) 1-6 (on CD)
 
Hodge, G.A. ‘Governing the Privatised State: New Accountability Guardians’ The Second Annual Integrated Governance Conference: Linking up Government, Business & Civil Society. Monash University Prato Centre, Prato Italy. 26-29th October 2005. Monash Governance Research Unit, Caulfield East Vic (2005) 1-17 (on CD rom)

Hodge, G.A., Bowman, D.M. and Binks, P. ‘Governing the Invisible: The New Regulatory Frontiers of Nanotechnology’ Integrated Governance: Linking up Government, Business & Civil Society. Monash University Prato Centre, Prato Italy. 26-29th October 2005. Monash Governance Research Unit, Caulfield East Vic (2005) 1-17 (on CD rom)
 
Conference publications (others) and public presentations

Debeljak, J. ‘The Proposal for an Australian Bill of Rights’. Australian Lawyers Alliance National Conference, Cairns, Australia, 20-22 October, 2005

Emerton, P and Spencer, P. Overcoming the Quietism of Despair: University and community legal centre collaboration’. Flowers in the Desert: Clinical legal education, ethical awareness and community service, July 13, 2005 

Greve, C and Hodge, G.A. ‘PPPs: An International Performance Review ‘. Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 8-11 April 2005

Hodge, G.A., Bowman, D.M. and Binks, P. ‘Regulating the Invisible: Nanotechnology and the Public Interest’, paper presented to the Managing Across Boundaries – New Agendas for Managing Between Governments, Agencies & Sectors Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, 11-12 July 2005.

Hodge, G.A. and Martin, L. ‘Privatization of Government Services: Policy Choice or Inevitable Consequence?’, Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 8-11 April 2005.

Lindsay,D. ‘Copyright and Intermediaries’, paper presented to Canada-Australia IP & Cyberlaw Conference, University of Ottawa, 1 October 2005.

Lindsay,D. ‘Newsgathering: New traps set by the law’, paper presented to News Media & the Law Conference, Communications Law Centre, Victoria University, 23 June 2005.

Lindsay,D. ‘Standards, Rules and Fair Use’, paper presented to a Seminar on the Government’s inquiry into fair use, Copyright Society of Australia, 9 June 2005.

Lindsay,D. ‘The Digital Agenda: Comparative Law of Intermediary Liability’, paper presented to 12th Biennial Copyright Law & Practice Symposium, Sydney, 17 November 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘Men Behaving Badly: Provocation, Automatism and Criminal Responsibility’ Invited Seminar, Victorian Branch of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy, University of Melbourne, 21 March 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘Preventive Detention in Queensland’ Invited speaker, Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Queensland Branch, Brisbane, 10 August 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘Preventive Detention: The High Court Opens the Door’. International Association of Forensic Mental Health, Melbourne, 20 April 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘Mental Health and Human Rights: The Australian Experience’. International Academy of Law and Mental Health, Paris, 5 July 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘Terrorism Related Offences in Australia: Their Use and Implications for Australian Domestic Law’. Invited plenary speaker, Australian and New Zealand College of Forensic Psychiatry Conference, Gold Coast, 13 August 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘The Investigation, Detention and Prosecution of Suspected Terrorists: Goodbye to the Right to Liberty?’. Invited plenary speaker, Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Victorian Branch, Queenscliff, 27 August 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘Providing Mental Health Services and Psychiatric Care to Immigration Detainees: What the Law Requires’. Invited Plenary Speaker, Monash University, Seeking Asylum in Australia: 1995-2005, Monash Caulfield Campus, Melbourne, 27 November 2005.

Powles, G. ‘Options for Constitutional Change in the South Pacific: Some Thoughts on Approach and Method’, paper presented at the annual Pacific Islands Legal Officers Meeting (PILOM Confeference), Port Vila, Vanuatu, 20-23 September, 2005.

Powles, G. ‘Pacific Constitutions in Times of Change: Interpreting the Constitution of Tonga’, paper presented at the Tonga History Association Conference, Graduate House, Melbourne, 14-16 July, 2005. 

Sands, V.J. 'Prison Regulation and Public Accountability: The Search for an Optimal Model', Conference paper presented to Crime, Community and the State Conference, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, 18th Annual Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 9-11 February 2005.
 
Patents
 
Webster, L.L, Jackson, K. and Buxton, K. ‘An online learning system’. (2005) Monash University, Australia
 
Reports and submissions

Debeljak, J. (2005) Parliamentary Submission to Victorian Government's Human Rights Consultation Committee ‘How Best to Protect and Promote Human Rights in Victoria’

Emerton, P., Chong, A.,Kadous, W.,Pettit, A., Sempil, S.,Sentas, V, Stratton, J and Tham, J-C. (2005) ‘Laws for Insecurity: A report on the Federal Government's proposed counter-terrorism measures’

Emerton, P. and Tham, J-C. (2005) Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee regarding the inquiry into the provisions of the Anti-Terrorism Bill (No.2) 2005

Emerton, P. (2005) Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD review of the listing of four terrorist organisations.

Emerton, P. (2005) Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD review of the listing of seven terrorist organisations.

Emerton, P. (2005) Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD review of the listing of Tanzim Qa’idat al-jihad fi Bilad al-Rafidayn (the al-Zarqawi network) as a terrorist organisation.

Emerton, P. (2005) Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD review of Division 3 Part III of the ASIO Act 1979

Emerton, P. (2005) Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee regarding the inquiry into the provisions of the National Security Legislation Amendment Bill 2005

Emerton, P. (2005) Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD review of the listing of six terrorist organisations.

Hodge, GA, (2005) Submission to the Public Accounts and Estimates Committee (Victoria) Inquiry into Private Sector Investment in Public Infrastructure.

Hodge, GA, (2005) Submission to the Public Accounts Committee (NSW) Inquiry into Public Private Partnerships.
 
Hodge, GA, (2005) Presentation to the Public Accounts Committee (NSW) Inquiry into Public Private Partnerships, Sydney, Friday 2 December

Lindsay, D. (2005) Submission to Victorian Parliament’s Rural & Regional Services & Development Committee Inquiry into Regional Telecommunications Services, November 2005

McSherry, B and Kyriakakis, J. (2005) Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee regarding the Inquiry into the Criminal Code Amendment (Trafficking in Persons Offences) Bill 2004 (on behalf of the Castan Centre)

Naylor, B. (2005) Submission to Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Discussion paper, Discrimination in Employment on the basis of Criminal Record.

Naylor, B. (2005) Submission to Department of Justice Victoria Discussion paper, Working with Children Bill.
 
Expert commentary

Emerton, P. ‘Australia’s Anti-Terrorism Legislation: A threat to democracy and the rule of law’ (2005) 19(9) Dissent.  

Hodge, G.A. ‘Flak for Bracks as project costs blow out’, Interview with D Huges, The Australian Financial Review, 20 December 2005, p.1&44. 

Hodge, G.A.  ‘Privatisation of Social Security in the US and Privatisation of Human Services in Australia’, Interview with Fiona Wyllie, ABC Regional Radio (North Coast), 17 March 2005.  

Hodge, G.A. ‘Public-Private Partnerships in Australia’, Interview with Stan Correy, ABC Radio National, Background Briefing, 20 April, 2005.

Hodge, G.A. ‘Privatisation of Telstra’, Interview with Roger Taylor, ABC Radio South Australia, Port Pirie, 29 August 2005.
Lee, H.P.Government should continue Nguyen efforts: expert’, ABC Radio, PM with Mark Colvin, 24 October 2005.
Lee, H.P. Interview with Fiona Wylie, ABC Radio North Coast, 23 Nov 2005.
Lee, H.P. Interview with Derryn Hinch, Radio 3AW, 18 Nov 2005.

Lee, H.P. ‘Academic calls for Malcolm Transcripts’, Interview with Chris Merritt, The Australian, 22 July 2005 .  

McSherry, B. The Law of Provocation, Radio 3CR, Done by Law with Fiona Todd, 5th April 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘Sleepwalking and the Law’, Radio CJSR FM88, Alberta, News Room Program with Lauren Paquette, 22 April 2005.

McSherry, B. ‘The New Counter-Terrorism Measures’, ABC Radio, PM, Radio National and repeated on ABC 774, 9 September 2005.

Naylor, B. ‘Opinion: How abuse of record checks is also denying rehabilitation’, The Age, 18 April 2005, p.17.

Naylor, B. ‘Working with Children: current debates about police checks’ (2005) Micah March 2005, 4-5.

Thesis accepted for a higher degree

De Zwart, M. ‘Copyright vs Contract: the Role of Fair Dealing in the Digital Age’.  PhD. (2005)

Perera, A. ‘Protection of Plant Varieties in Sri Lanka’. MPhil. (2005)

Vann, V. ‘Equitable Compensation in Australia: Principles and Problems’. PhD. (2005)