2009 Research Publications Report

*: Meets Australian Government requirements for research publications
#: student author

*Books (authored)

Adam McBeth, International Economic Actors and Human Rights, (2009, Routledge).

 

Edited books/edited compilations

Melissa Castan (ed), Handbook for Interns: A Guide to internships at Native Title Representative Bodies, Native Title Service Providers, Indigenous Corporations, Government Bodies, Community Groups, Not-for-profit, Policy and Other Indigenous Organizations (2009, The Aurora Project).

Sara Joseph, David Kinley and Jeffrey Waincymer (eds), The World Trade Organization and Human Rights: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (Edward Elgar, UK, 2009).

Susan Kneebone (ed), Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and the Rule of Law: Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2009).

 

*Book chapters

Patrick Emerton, ‘International economic justice: is a principled liberalism possible?' in Sarah Joseph, David Kinley and Jeffrey Waincymer (eds), The World Trade Organization and Human Rights: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (Edward Elgar, UK, 2009) 133-161.

Sarah Joseph, ‘Democratic deficit, the right to political participation and the World Trade Organization' in Sarah Joseph, David Kinley and Jeffrey Waincymer (eds), The World Trade Organization and Human Rights: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (Edward Elgar, UK, 2009) 313-343.

Sarah Joseph, ‘Trade and the right to health', in Andrew Clapham and Mary Robinson (eds), Realizing the Right to Health (Swissbook, Geneva, 2009), 361-369.

Susan Kneebone, ‘Conclusions on the rule of law' in Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law: Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2009) 281-309.

Susan Kneebone, ‘Introduction: refugees and asylum seekers in the international context - rights and realities' in Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law: Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2009) 1-31.

Susan Kneebone, ‘The Australian story: asylum seekers outside the law' in Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law: Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2009) 171-227.

Susan Kneebone, ‘The rule of law and the role of law: refugees and asylum seekers' in Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law: Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2009) 32-77.

Susan Kneebone, ‘Trois figures de la femme: actrice, victime et refugie. Contribution au debat sur la traite des personnes' (‘The trafficking dialogue: women as agents, victims and refugees') in F. Crepeau et al (ed), Les migrations internationals contemporaines: Une dynamique complexe au coeur de la globalisation published (in French) by Les Presses de l'Universite de Montreal (2009) 39-69.

 

*Refereed journal articles

Gideon Boas, ‘Trying tyrants for mass atrocity' (2009) 34(2) Alternative Law Journal 107-110.

Damien Bruckard and Bernadette McSherry, ‘Mental health laws for those "compliant" with treatment' (2009) 17(1) Journal of Law and Medicine 16-21.

Miriam Cullen and Bernadette McSherry, ‘Without sex: slavery, trafficking in persons and the exploitation of labour in Australia' (2009) 34(1) Alternative Law Journal 4-10.

Patrick Emerton and Toby Handfield, ‘Order and affray: defensive privileges in warfare' (2009) 37 Philosophy & Public Affairs 382-414.

Paula Gerber, ‘Making Indigenous Australians ‘disappear': problems arising from our birth registration systems' (2009) 34(3) Alternative Law Journal 157-162.

Paula Gerber, ‘Making visible the problem of invisibility' (2009) 83(10) Law Institute Journal 52-55.

Stephen Gray, ‘The blogger prince and the cultured Mongolian: sedition prosecutions in the modern Malaysian state' (2009) 14(4) Media and Arts Law Review 455-473.

Sarah Joseph, ‘Human rights and the WTO: issues for the Pacific' (2009) 20 Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 351-367.

Joanna Kyriakakis, ‘Australia and international criminal law: the responsibilities of companies to abide by international criminal law' (2009) 5(1) Journal of International Peace Operations 29-30.

Joanna Kyriakakis, ‘Corporate criminal liability and the ICC Statute: the comparative law challenge' (2009) 56(3) Netherlands International Law Review 333-366.

Adam McBeth, ‘A right by any other name: the evasive engagement of the international financial institutions with human rights' (2009) 40 George Washington International Law Review 1101-1156.

Bronwyn Naylor and Bernadette Saunders, ‘Whose rights? Children, parents and discipline' (2009) 34/2 Alternative Law Journal 80-85.

Margaret Stephensen, Bradford Morse, Lindsay Robertson and Melissa Castan, ‘International and comparative Indigenous rights via video conferencing' (2009) 19(1) Legal Education Review 237-256.

 

Expert commentary

Sarah Joseph, Letter to the Editor, Somewhat Ill-Informed, The Australian, 9 April 2009.

Susan Kneebone, Quoted in Sydney Morning Herald article by Jonathan Pearlman, ‘Fate in air as arrival status in doubt', 18 April 2009.

Susan Kneebone, Assisted and quoted in article by Erin Tennant on ninemsn, ‘Illegal boat arrivals reflect global trend', 23 April 2009.

Susan Kneebone, Quoted in ABC News report by Brendan Trembath, ‘Apology to abused ‘won't help compo claims'', 31 August 2009.