2011 Research Publications Report

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

*Books (authored)

Becky Batagol and Thea Brown, Bargaining in the Shadow of the Law: the Case of Family Mediation (Federation Press, 1st ed, 2011).

Gideon Boas, James L Bischoff, Natalie L Reid and B Don Taylor III, International Criminal Law Practitioner Library: Volume III, International Criminal Procedure (Cambridge University Press, 1st ed, 2011).

Adrian Evans, Assessing Lawyers' Ethics: A Practitioners' Guide (Cambridge University Press, 1st ed, 2011).

Rebecca Giblin, Code Wars: 10 Year of P2P Software Litigation (Edward Elgar Publishing, 1st ed, 2011).

Stephen Gray, Brass Discs, Dog Tags and Finger Scanners: the Apology and Aboriginal Protection in the Northern Territory 1863-1972 (Charles Darwin University Press, 1st ed, 2011).

Stephen Gray, The Protectors: a Journey Through Whitefella Past (Allen & Unwin, 1st ed, 2011).

Sarah Joseph, Blame it on the WTO? A Human Rights Critique (Oxford University Press, 1st ed, 2011).

# Stuart Kells, Rare: A Life Among Antiquarian Books (Folio, 1st ed, 2011).

Bryan Keon-Cohen, Mabo in the Courts: Islander Tradition to Native Title: A Memoir (Australian Scholarly Publishing, 1st ed, 2011).

Adam McBeth, Justine Nolan and Simon Rice, The International Law of Human Rights (Oxford University Press, 1st ed, 2011).

Edited books/edited compilations

Melissa Castan (ed), Alternative Law Journal 36(2) (Legal Services Bulletin Co-operative Ltd, 2011).

Melissa Castan, Alice Drury and Penelope Swales (eds), Alternative Law Journal 36(1) (Legal Services Bulletin Co-operative Ltd, 2011).

Adrian Evans, Ross Hyams, Mary Anne Noone, Helen Yandell, Judith Dickson, Bernard Welch, Mia Campbell and Rob Cortina (eds), Lawyers Practice Manual (Thomson Lawbook Co, 2011).

H P Lee (ed), Judiciaries in Comparative Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 2011).

Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer (eds), Dangerous People: Policy, Prediction, and Practice (Routledge, 2011).

Christine Parker and Vibeke Nielsen (eds), Explaining Compliance: Business Responses to Regulation (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011).

Ingeborg Schwenzer and Lisa Spagnolo (eds), Towards Uniformity: the 2nd Annual MAA Schlechtriem CISG Conference (Eleven International Publishing, 2011).

Book revisions or new editions

Susan Barkehall Thomas and Vicki Vann, Equity (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2nd ed, 2011).

Stephen Barkoczy, Core Tax Legislation & Study Guide (CCH Australia Limited, 14th ed, 2011).

John Duns and Arlen Duke, Competition Law: Cases and Materials (LexisNexis Butterworths, 3rd ed, 2011).

Michael Tilbury, Michael Gillooly, Elise Bant and Normann Witzleb, Remedies: Commentary and Materials (Thomson Reuters, 5th ed, 2011).

Robin Woellner, Stephen Barkoczy, Shirley Murphy, Chris Evans and Dale Pinto, Australian Taxation Law (CCH Australia Limited, 21st ed, 2011).

*Book Chapters

Heli Askola, ‘Roma, free movement and gendered exclusion in the enlarged European Union' in Sharron A. FitzGerald (ed), Regulating the International Movement of Women: From Protection to Control (Routledge, 2011) 48-65.

Stephen Barkoczy, ‘Double tax agreements' in Stephen Barkoczy (ed), Foundations of Taxation Law (CCH Australia, 4th ed, 2011) 875-890.

Stephen Barkoczy, ‘Trusts' in Stephen Barkoczy (ed), Foundations of Taxation Law (CCH Australia, 4th ed, 2011) 665-698.

Gideon Boas, ‘Command responsibility for the failure to stop atrocities: the legacy of the Tokyo Trial' in Yuki Tanaka, Tim McCormack and Gerry Simpson (eds), Beyond Victor's Justice? The Tokyo War Crimes Trial Revisited (Martinus Nijhoff, 2011) 163-173.

Colin Campbell, ‘Judges, bias and recusal in Australia' In H P Lee (ed), Judiciaries in Comparative Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 2011) 279-300.

Rowena Cantley-Smith, ‘Moving towards a sustainable, low carbon-intensive energy future. Key challenges and responses' in Lillian Wylie and Pascaline Winand (eds), Energy and the Environmental Challenge: Lessons From the European Union and Australia (Peter Lang, 2011) 393-406.

Rowena Cantley-Smith and Karen Morrow, ‘Sustainable regulation: moving towards environmentally sound energy markets' in Lillian Wylie and Pascaline Winand (eds), Energy and the Environmental Challenge: Lessons From the European Union and Australia (Peter Lang, 2011) 99-129.

Patrick Emerton and H P Lee, ‘Judges and non-judicial functions in Australia' in H. P. Lee (ed), Judiciaries in Comparative Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 2011) 403-427.

Adrian Evans, ‘Normative attractions to law and their recipe for accountability and self-assessment in justice education' in Frank S. Bloch (ed), The Global Clinical Movement: Educating Lawyers for Social Justice (Oxford University Press, 2011) 353-370.

Ian Freckelton, ‘The preventive detention of insanity acquittees: a case study from Victoria, Australia' in Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer (eds), Dangerous People: Policy, Prediction, and Practice (Routledge, 2011) 83-96.

Arie Freiberg and Felicity Stewart, ‘Beyond the partial excuse: Australasian approaches to provocation as a sentencing factor' in Julian V. Roberts (ed), Mitigation and Aggravation at Sentencing (Cambridge University Press, 2011) 102-123.

Paula Gerber, ‘Dispute avoidance, management and resolution' in Ian Bailey and Matthew Bell (eds), Construction Law in Australia (Thomson Reuters, 2011) 301-315.

Jeffrey Goldsworthy, ‘The Case for originalism' in Grant Huscroft and Bradley W. Miller (eds), The Challenge of Originalism: Theories of Constitutional Interpretation (Cambridge University Press, 2011) 42-69.

Carsten Greve and Graeme Hodge, ‘A transformative perspective on public-private partnerships' in Tom Christensen and Per Laegreid (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to New Public Management (Ashgate, 2011) 265-277.

Susan Kneebone, ‘ASEAN: setting the agenda for the rights of migrant workers?' in Hitoshi Nasu and Ben Saul (eds), Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region: Towards Institution Building: Research in Human Rights Law (Routledge, 2011) 144-164.

Susan Kneebone and Maria O'Sullivan, ‘Article 1 C 1951 Convention' in Andreas Zimmermann, Jonas Dorschner and Felix Machts (eds), The 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol: A Commentary (Oxford University Press, 2011) 481-535.

Emmanuel Laryea, ‘Contractual arrangements for resource investment' in Francis N. Botchway (ed), Natural Resource Investment and Africa's Development (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011) 107-133.

Emmanuel Laryea, ‘Evolution of international investment law and implications for Africa' in Francis N. Botchway (ed), Natural Resource Investment and Africa's Development      (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011) 293-327.

Emmanuel Laryea, ‘Promoting good governance through ICT systems: improving transparency and reducing corruption' in        Ross P. Buckley (ed), Debt-for-Development Exchanges: History and New Applications (Cambridge University Press, 2011) 260-295.

H P Lee, ‘Appointment, discipline and removal of judges in Australia' in H. P. Lee (ed), Judiciaries in Comparative Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 2011) 27-45.

H P Lee, ‘The judiciary: a comparative conspectus' in H P Lee (ed), Judiciaries in Comparative Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 2011) 533-541.

David Lindsay, ‘Copyright and freedom of expression' in Kathy Bowrey, Michael Handler and Dianne Nicol (eds), Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property (Oxford University Press, 2011) 68-89.

Bernadette McSherry, ‘The preventive detention of suspected terrorists: better safe than sorry?' in Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer (eds), Dangerous People: Policy, Prediction, and Practice (Routledge, 2011) 97-107.

Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer, ‘"Dangerous" people: an overview' in Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer (eds), Dangerous People: Policy, Prediction, and Practice (Routledge, 2011) 3-12.

Pamela O'Connor, ‘Regulating by covenant: is it sustainable?' in Penny Carruthers, Sharon Mascher and Natalie Skead (eds), Property and Sustainability: Selected Essays (Thomson Reuters, 2011) 127-143.

Christine Parker and Sharon Gilad, ‘Internal corporate compliance management systems: structure, culture and agency' in Christine Parker and Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen (eds), Explaining Compliance: Business Responses to Regulation (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011) 170-195.

Christine Parker and Vibeke Nielsen, ‘Introduction: from regulation to compliance' in Christine Parker and Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen (eds), Explaining Compliance: Business Responses to Regulation (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011) 1-33.

Zoe Rathus and Renata Alexander, ‘Family violence and child abuse in parenting cases' in Corina Brooks (ed), Family Law Principles (Thomson Reuters, 2011) 211-239.

Zoe Rathus and Renata Alexander, ‘Violence in the family' in Corina Brooks (ed), Family Law Principles (Thomson Reuters, 2011) 81-121.

Ronli Sifris, ‘An international human rights perspective on detention without charge or trial: Article 9 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights' in Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer (eds), Dangerous People: Policy, Prediction, and Practice (Routledge, 2011) 13-23.

Lisa Spagnolo, ‘Iura novit curia and the CISG: resolution of the faux procedural black hole' in Ingeborg Schwenzer and Lisa Spagnolo (eds), Towards Uniformity: the 2nd Annual MAA Schlechtriem CISG Conference (Eleven International, 2011) 181-221.

Jeff Waincymer, ‘Problem based learning in legal education' in S Kroll, L A Mistelis, P Perales Viscasillas and V Rogers (eds), International Arbitration and International Commercial Law: Synergy, Convergence and Evolution (Kluwer Law, 2011) 811-833.

Normann Witzleb and Natalie Skead, ‘Mapping and embedding graduate attributes across the curriculum' in Sally Kift, Michelle Sanson, Jill Cowley and Penelope Watson (eds), Excellence and Innovation in Legal Education (Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 2011) 31-68.

Book chapters (other)

Paula Gerber and Brendan McCarthy, ‘Construction' in Tania Sourdin (ed), Australasian Dispute Resolution (Thomson Reuters, 2011) 4001-4804.

Kathryn James, ‘Exploring the origins and global rise of VAT' in Cathy Phillips (ed), The VAT Reader: What a Federal Consumption Tax Would Mean for America (Tax Analysts, 2011)15-22.

Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer, ‘"Dangerous" people: the road ahead for policy, prediction, and practice' in Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer (eds), Dangerous People: Policy, Prediction, and Practice (Routledge, 2011) 251-254.

Adiva Sifris and Paula Gerber, ‘It makes no sense: adoption by same-sex couples in Australia' in Victor Marsh (ed), Speak Now: Australian Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage (Clouds of Magellan, 2011) 211-221.

Jeff Waincymer, ‘Private dispute resolution as an instrument of governance' in Laurence Boulle (ed), Globalisation and Governance (Siber Ink, 2011) 125-157.

*Refereed Journal Articles

#Ainee Adam, ‘What is commercial scale"? A critical analysis of the WTO panel decision in WT/DS362/R' (2011) 33(6) European Intellectual Property Review 342-348.

#Sally Anne Andersen, ‘Mapping the terrain: the last decade of payday lending in Australia' (2011) 39(1) Australian Business Law Review 5-27.

Heli Askola, ‘Cut-off point? Regulating male circumcision in Finland' (2011) 25(1) International Journal of Law, Policy, and the Family 100-119.

Dale Bagshaw, Thea Brown, Sarah Wendt, Alan Campbell, Elspeth McInnes, Beth Tinning, Becky Batagol, Adiva Sifris, Danielle Tyson, Joanne Baker and Paula Fernandez Arias, ‘The effect of family violence on post-separation parenting arrangements: the experiences and views of children and adults from families who separated post-1995 and post-2006' (2011) 86 Family Matters 49-61.

Susan Barkehall Thomas, ‘Thieves, owners, and the problem of title: Part 1- Chattels' (2011) 5(3) Journal of Equity 228-251.

#Tyrone Berger, ‘Copyright in standards: open or shut case' (2011) 29(3) Copyright Reporter 106-112.

Gideon Boas, ‘Self-representation before the ICTY: a case for reform' (2011) 9(1) Journal of International Criminal Justice 53-83.

Robyn Carroll and Norman Witzleb, ‘'It's not just about the money' - enhancing the vindicatory effect of private law remedies" (2011) 37(1) Monash University Law Review 216-240.

Melissa Castan, ‘Constitutional deficiencies in the protection of indigenous rights: reforming the 'races power'' (2011) 7(25) Indigenous Law Bulletin 12-17.

Melissa Castan, Paula Gerber and Andrew Gargett, ‘Indigenous Australians' access to birth registration systems: a breach of international human rights law?' (2011) 17(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 55-89.

Sharon Christensen, Nicola Durrant, Pamela O'Connor and Angela Phillips, ‘Regulating greenhouse gas emissions from coal mining activities in the context of climate change' (2011) 28(6) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 381-415.

Jonathan Clough, ‘Cybercrime' (2011) 37(4) Commonwealth Law Bulletin 671-680.

Jonathan Clough, ‘Data theft? Cybercrime and the increasing criminalization of access to data' (2011) 22(1-2) Criminal Law Forum 145-170.

Julie Debeljak, ‘Who is sovereign now? The Momcilovic Court hands back power over human rights that Parliament intended it to have' (2011) 22(1) Public Law Review 15-51.

Melissa de Zwart, David Lindsay, Michael Henderson and Michael Phillips, ‘Randoms vs weirdos: teen use of social networking sites and perceptions of legal risk' (2011) 36(3) Alternative Law Journal 153-157.

Ian Freckelton, ‘Cruel and unusual punishment of prisoners with mental illnesses: from Oates to Plata' (2011) 18(3) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 329-340.

Ian Freckelton, ‘Mental harm claims against emergency services organisations: an important Australian development' (2011) 18(2) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 163-176.

Arie Freiberg, ‘Post-adversarial and post-inquisitorial justice: transcending traditional penological paradigms' (2011) 8(1) European Journal of Criminology 82-101.

Arie Freiberg, ‘Psychiatry, psychology and non-adversarial justice: from integration to transformation' (2011) 18(2) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 297-314.

Arie Freiberg and #Sarah Krasnostein, ‘Statistics, damn statistics and sentencing' (2011) 21(2) Journal of Judicial Administration 73-92.

Andrew Gargett, Paula Gerber and Melissa Castan, ‘A right to birth registration in the Victorian Charter? Seek and you shall not find!' (2011) 36(3) Monash University Law Review 1-32.

Paula Gerber, ‘Education about human rights: strengths and weaknesses of the UN Declaration on Human Rights education and training' (2011) 36(4) Alternative Law Journal 245-249.

Paula Gerber and Bruce Chen, ‘Recognition of the human right to water: has the tide turned?' (2011) 36(1) Alternative Law Journal 21-26.

Paula Gerber, Andrew Gargett and Melissa Castan, ‘Does the right to birth registration include a right to a birth certificate?' (2011) 29(4) Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 434-459.

Paula Gerber and Brennan Ong, ‘21 today! Dispute review boards in Australia: past, present and future' (2011) 22(3) Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal 180-191.

Paula Gerber and Brennan Ong, ‘DAPs: when will Australia jump on board?' (2011) 27(1) Building and Construction Law Journal 4-29.

Paula Gerber and Brennan Ong, ‘Feeling combative? Let's dance' (2011) 85(12) Law Institute Journal 32-35.

Rebecca Giblin, ‘Physical world assumptions and software world realities (and why there are more P2P software providers than ever before)' (2011) 35(1) The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 57-118.

Jeffrey Goldsworthy, ‘Constitutional implications revisited' (2011) 30(1) University of Queensland Law Journal 9-34.

Jeffrey Goldsworthy, ‘The limits of judicial fidelity to law: the Coxford Lecture' (2011) 24(2) Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 305-325.

Stephen Gray, ‘'Far too little flogging': Chinese and the criminal justice system in the Northern Territory' (2011) 2011(22) Journal of Northern Territory History 1-33.

Matthew Groves, ‘Administrative justice in Australian administrative law' (2011) 66 Australian Institute of Administrative Law Forum 18-32.

Matthew Groves, ‘Federal constitutional influences on state judicial review' (2011) 39(3) Federal Law Review 399-434.

Matthew Groves, ‘Military justice, its punishments and the constitution' (2011) 35(5) Criminal Law Journal 265-268.

Matthew Groves, ‘Outsourcing and S 75(V) of the constitution' (2011) 22(1) Public Law Review 3-9.

Matthew Groves, ‘The duty to inquire in tribunal proceedings' (2011) 33(2) The Sydney Law Review 177-208.

Sirko Harder, ‘Convergence and divergence in private international law' (2011) 7(3) Journal of Private International Law 649-663.

Sirko Harder, ‘Equitable compensation for a fiduciary's non-disclosure and hypothetical courses of events' (2011) 5(1) Journal of Equity 22-42.

Sirko Harder, ‘Gain-based relief for invasion of privacy' (2011) 1(1) Dictum: the Victoria Law School Journal 63-79.

Sirko Harder, ‘Problems in interpreting the unfair contract terms provisions of the Australian Consumer Law' (2011) 34(3) Australian Bar Review 306-324.

Sirko Harder, ‘Recent developments in the assessment of damages' (2011) 25(2) Commercial Law Quarterly 15-22.

Sirko Harder, ‘Statutes of limitation between classification and renvoi - Australian and South African approaches compared' (2011) 60(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 659-680.

Georgina Heydon, Bronwyn Naylor, Moira Paterson and Marilyn Pittard, ‘Lawyers on the record: criminal records, employment decisions and lawyers' counsel' (2011) 32(2) Adelaide Law Review 205-225.

Ross Hyams, ‘Nurturing multiple intelligences through clinical legal education' (2011) 15 University of Western Sydney Law Review 80-93.

Sarah Joseph, ‘Free speech, racial intolerance and the right to offend: Bolt before the court' (2011) 36(4) Alternative Law Journal 225-229.

#Stuart Kells, ‘Conflict between independent scrutinisers of transport megaprojects: evidence from Australia' (2011) 11(1) European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 61-79.

#Stuart Kells, ‘The seven deadly sins of performance auditing: implications for monitoring public audit institutions' (2011) 21(4) Australian Accounting Review 383-396.

#Stuart Kells and Graeme Hodge, ‘Performance auditing and public sector innovation: friends with benefits or strange bedfellows?' (2011) 33(2) The Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration 163-184.

#Randall Kune, ‘The stolen generations in court: explaining the lack of widespread successful litigation by members of the Stolen Generations' (2011) 30(1) University of Tasmania Law Review 32-52.

#Rosemary Langford, ‘The duty of directors to act bona fide in the interests of the company: a positive fiduciary duty? Australia and the UK compared' (2011) 11(1) Journal of Corporate Law Studies 215-242.

Gaye Lansdell, John Anderson and Michael King, ‘"Terror among the gum trees" - is our criminal legal framework adequate to curb the peril of bushfire arson in Australia' (2011) 18(3) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 357-377.

Emmanuel Laryea, ‘Why Ghana should implement certain international legal instruments relating to international sale of goods transactions' (2011) 19(1) African Journal of International and Comparative Law 1-37.

Anthony Lester, Lloyd England and Natalia Antolak-Saper, ‘Health and wellbeing in the first year: the law school experience' (2011) 36(1) Alternative Law Journal 47-49.

David Lindsay, Melissa De Zwart, Michael Henderson and Michael Phillips, ‘Understanding legal risks facing children and young people using social networking sites' (2011) 61(1) Telecommunications Journal of Australia 1-18.

Karinne Ludlow and Stuart Smyth, ‘The quandary of agricultural biotechnology, pure economic loss, and non-adopters: comparing Australia, Canada, and the United States' (2011) 52(1) Jurimetrics 7-42.

#Richard Manly, ‘The use of Scott Schedules in technology, engineering and construction litigation' (2011) 27(3) Building and Construction Law Journal 151-168.

Andrew Maynard, Diana Bowman and Graeme Hodge, ‘The problem of regulating sophisticated materials' (2011) 10(8) Nature Materials 554-557.

Fiona McKay, Samantha Thomas, Kate Holland, R Warwick Blood and Susan Kneebone, ‘"AIDS assassins": Australian media's portrayal of HIV-positive refugees who deliberately infect others' (2011) 9(1) Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies 20-37.

Susan McKemmish, Livia Iacovino, Eric Ketelaar, Melissa Castan and Lynette Russell, ‘Resetting relationships: archives and Indigenous human rights in Australia' (2011) 39(1) Archives & Manuscripts 107-144.

Bernadette McSherry and Susan Klauber, ‘Who do I turn to? Resolving complaints by mental health consumers and carers' (2011) 18(4) Journal of Law and Medicine, 669-676.

Kwame Mfodwo and Martin Tsamenyi, ‘Developments in global fisheries to 2020: implications for Australia's fisheries interests and enforcement obligations' (2011) 3(4) Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs 120-129.

Bronwyn Naylor, ‘Criminal records and rehabilitation in Australia' (2011) 3(1) European Journal of Probation 79-96.

Pamela O'Connor, ‘Careful what you wish for: positive freehold covenants' (2011) 3 Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 191-207.

Pamela O'Connor, ‘Covenants as regulation' (2011) 1(3) Property Law Review 145-159.

Pamela O'Connor, ‘The changing paradigm of property and the framing of regulation as a 'taking'' (2011) 36(2) Monash University Law Review 50-79.

Lola Ojelabi and Tania Sourdin, ‘Using a values-based approach in mediation' (2011) 22(4) Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal 258-266.

Brennan Ong and Paula Gerber, ‘Dispute Avoidance Processes (DAPs) in Australia - bringing the future into the present' (2011) 141 Australian Construction Law Newsletter 51-58.

Christine Parker and Vibeke Nielsen, ‘The Fels effect: responsive regulation and the impact of business opinions of the ACCC' (2011) 20(1) Griffith Law Review 91-126.

Christine Parker and Lyn Aitken, ‘The Queensland "Workplace Culture Check": learning from reflection on ethics inside law firms"' (2011) 24(Spring) Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 399-441.

Moira Paterson, ‘Criminal records, spent convictions and privacy: a trans-Tasman comparison' (2011) 1 New Zealand Law Review 69-89.

Moira Paterson and Kay Jones, ‘IT-based collaborative healthcare initiatives: a legal analysis' (2011) 61(3) Telecommunications Journal of Australia 1-10.

Moira Paterson, Kay Jones, Peter Schattner, Akuh Adaji and Leon Piterman, ‘Electronic care plans and medicolegal liability' (2011) 40(6) Australian Family Physician 432-434.

Moira Paterson and Bronwyn Naylor, ‘Australian spent convictions reform: a contextual analysis' (2011) 34(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal 938-963.

Tania Penovic, ‘Human Rights and the Unborn Child (Review)' (2011) 33(1) Human Rights Quarterly 229-243.

Tania Penovic, ‘Labor's 'new directions in detention' three years on: plus ça change' (2011) 36(4) Alternative Law Journal 240-244.

Marilyn Pittard, ‘Reflections on the Commission's legacy in legislated minimum standards' (2011) 53(5) Journal of Industrial Relations 698-717.

Guy Powles, ‘Overview. The status of customary law: achievements and prospects' (2011) 13(2010) Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence 238-253.

Janice Richardson, ‘Christine Battersby and the law' (2011) 22(2-3) Women: A Cultural Review 192-203.

Janice Richardson, ‘The changing meaning of privacy, identity and contemporary feminist philosophy' (2011) 21(4) Minds and Machines 517-532.

Janice Richardson, ‘The concept of harm in actions for wrongful birth: nature and pre-modern views of women' (2011) 35(Dec 2011) The Australian Feminist Law Journal 127-143.

Janice Richardson, ‘Untimely voices' (2011) 16(2) Angelaki-Journal of The Theoretical Humanities 143-157.

Sharon Rodrick, ‘Open justice, the media and reporting on preventive supervision and detention orders imposed on serious sex offenders in Victoria' (2011) 36(2) Monash University Law Review 136-180.

Adiva Sifris and Paula Gerber, ‘Same-sex marriage in Australia: a battleground for equality' (2011) 25(2) Australian Journal of Family Law 96-120.

Adiva Sifris and Paula Gerber, ‘Victorian Court circumvents prohibition on adoption by same-sex couple' (2011) 25(3) Australian Journal of Family Law 275-283.

Dale Smith, ‘The role of conventions in law' (2011) 2(2) Jurisprudence 451-461.

Tania Sourdin, ‘Five reasons why judges should conduct settlement conferences' (2011) 37(1) Monash University Law Review 145-170.

Greg Taylor, ‘International law and mortgagee sales - continued' (2011) 20(1) Australian Property Law Journal 58-69.

Greg Taylor, ‘Jury trial in Austria' (2011) 14(2) New Criminal Law Review 281-325.

# Noel Villaroman, ‘Rescuing a troubled concept: an alternative view of the right to development' (2011) 29(1) Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 13-53.

Jeffrey Waincymer, ‘International arbitration and the duty to know the law' (2011) 28(3) Journal of International Arbitration 201-242.

Louis Waller, ‘Ethics, law and paediatric medicine' (2011) 47(9) Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 620-623.

Penny Weller, ‘The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the social model of health: new perspectives' (2011) Spring (21) Journal of Mental Health Law 74-83.

Penny Weller, ‘Taking a reflexive turn: non-adversarial justice and mental health review tribunals' (2011) 37(1) Monash University Law Review 81-101.

Karen Wheelwright, ‘Company directors' liability for workplace deaths' (2011) 35(4) Criminal Law Journal 223-236.

Eric Wilson, ‘Magnum Latrocinium and private avengers: Carl Schmitt and Hugo Grotius on piracy' (2011) 26(3) Leidschrift 75-97.

Kay Wilson and Penny Weller, ‘Benevolent paternalism or a clash of values: motherhood and refusal of medical treatment in Ireland' (2011) Spring (21) Journal of Mental Health Law 108-119.

#Eric Windholz, ‘Federalism in Australia: a concept in search of understanding' (2011) 17(2) Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government 1-18.

# Eric Windholz, ‘The evolution of Australia's harmonised OHS laws: questions for today and tomorrow' (2011) 39(6) Australian Business Law Review 434-450.

Normann Witzleb, ‘A statutory cause of action for privacy? A critical appraisal of three recent Australian law reform proposals' (2011) 19(2) Torts Law Journal 104-134.

Normann Witzleb, ‘Exposure draft of the new Australian privacy principles - the first stage of reforms to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)' (2011) 39(1) Australian Business Law Review 58-62.

Normann Witzleb, ‘Marriage as the 'last frontier'? Same-sex relationship recognition in Australia' (2011) 25(2) International Journal of Law, Policy, and the Family 135-164.

Normann Witzleb, ‘"Naming and shaming" in Western Australia: prohibited behaviour orders, publicity and the decline of youth anonymity' (2011) 35(1) Criminal Law Journal 34-45.

Journal Articles (non-refereed)

#Tyrone Berger, ‘Tax hangover or cure? Reforms for research and development tax incentives' (2011) 24(2) Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin 39-41.

#Tyrone Berger, ‘Copyright, collecting societies and the ACCC: call for (new) guidelines' (2011) 23(10) Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin 237-240.

Paula Gerber and Brennan Ong, ‘DAPs: a flash in the pan or here to stay?' (2011) 23(8-9) Australian Construction Law Newsletter 122-129.

Karen Wheelwright, ‘The new officer duty under the model Work Health and Safety Act - its content and scope' (2011) 16(9) Employment Law Bulletin 118-120.

Journal Articles (letters/notes/book reviews)

Susan Barkehall Thomas, ‘Consequences of Impaired Consent Transfers by Birke Häcker' (2011) 5(1) Journal of Equity 72-75.

Mark Davison, ‘Coffee plunger designs and passing off: the Full Federal Court decision in the Bodum case' (2011) 24(5) Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin 136-137.

Ian Freckelton, ‘The Architecture of Madness: Insane Asylums in the United States, by Carla Yanni' (2011) 18(1) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 160-162.

Paula Gerber and Adiva Sifris, ‘Time to amend the Marriage Act' (2011) 85(7) Law Institute Journal 35-35.

Matthew Groves, ‘Administrative Justice and Asylum Appeals' (2011) 19(1) Australian Journal of Administrative Law 52-54.

Matthew Groves, ‘Judicial Recusal' (2011) 18(2) Australian Journal of Administrative Law 118-119.

Michael King, Arie Freiberg and Greg Reinhardt, ‘Introduction' (2011) 37(1) Monash University Law Review 1-6.

Kathy Laster, ‘Face to Face' (2011) 36(4) Alternative Law Journal 291-292.

Kathy Laster, ‘Separation of powers through separation of administration?' (2011) 36(2) Alternative Law Journal 135-135.

#Troy McEwan and Ian Freckelton, ‘Assessment, treatment and sentencing of arson offenders: an overview' 18(3) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 319-328.

Greg Taylor, ‘Commentary on John Williams' paper' (2011) 6(1-2) Public Policy 19-21.

Greg Taylor, ‘Kerri Mellifont, Fruit of the Poisonous Tree: Evidence derived from illegally or improperly obtained evidence, 2010, The Federation Press, hb $85' (2011) 85(1/2) Law Institute Journal 69.

Karen Wheelwright, ‘Corporate operations causing death: the legal response now and in the future' (2011) 102 Precedent 28-31.

Karen Wheelwright, ‘Labour Law (5th edn)' (2011) 85(4) Law Institute Journal 72-73.

Karen Wheelwright, ‘Navigating the Fair Work Laws' (2011) 85(7) Law Institute Journal 78-79.

Karen Wheelwright, ‘Offences and penalties for breach of officer OHS duties - is the criminal model always necessary?' (2011) 16(10) Employment Law Bulletin 139-141.

Conference Publication - Extract of Paper or Abstract

Becky Batagol, ‘Better get a lawyer, son: the role of lawyers in child protection matters' (paper presented at the Child Protection in Australia and New Zealand Conference: Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration, Brisbane, Australia, 5-7 May 2011).

Becky Batagol, ‘Better get a lawyer, son: the role of lawyers in child protection matters' (paper presented at the Child Protection Legal Conference: Working Together to Achieve Best Outcomes for Children and Families in the Children's Court of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, 16-17 June 2011).

Research Report - commissioned by Government or Industry

Michael Georgeff, Jon Hilton, Leon Piterman, Colin Chapman, Leonie Segal, Moira Paterson, Peter Schattner, Kay Jones, Akuh Adaji, Duncan Mortimer, Trisha Dunning, Beth Costa, Kristine Fitzgerald, Bruce Rasmussen and Kim Sweeny, ‘CDM-Net - A broadband health network for transforming chronic disease management: Final report' (Precedence Healthcare, 2011).

Melissa de Zwart, David Lindsay, Michael Henderson and Michael Phillips, ‘Teenagers, Legal Risks and Social Networking Sites' Report on grant funded by Victorian Law Foundation (Monash University, 2011).

Expert Commentary

Mark Davison, ‘Smoke and mirrors: Big Tobacco's last gasp legal challenge to plain packaging', The Conversation (online), 18 May 2011.

Stephen Gray, ‘A culture condemned', The Australian (online), 30 April 2011.

Sarah Joseph, ‘#Occupy movement: different aims, but united by the importance of civil protest', The Conversation (online), 26 October 2011.

Joanna Kyriakakis, ‘Securency charges will finally test our unused foreign bribery laws', The Conversation (online), 7 July 2011.

Joanna Kyriakakis, ‘Why Australian firms should be made accountable for overseas crimes', The Conversation (online), 15 April 2011.

Bernadette McSherry, ‘Rethinking our mental health laws', The Conversation (online), 21 June 2011.

Bronwyn Naylor and Bernadette Saunders, ‘The legality of 'The Slap', The Conversation (online), 7 October 2011.

Maria O'Sullivan, ‘High Court ruling: the end for the Malaysia Solution?', The Conversation (online), 8 August 2011.

Maria O'Sullivan, ‘Malaysia policy must heed past', The Age (Online), 17 August 2011.

Maria O'Sullivan, ‘Malaysia Solution: High Court ruling explained', The Conversation (online), 31 August 2011.

Maria O'Sullivan, ‘Malaysia Solution: High Court ruling explained', The Drum (online), 31 August 2011.

Maria O'Sullivan, ‘Onshore processing: what it means for asylum seekers', The Conversation (online), 21 September 2011.

Maria O'Sullivan, ‘The rule of law prevails', The Age (Online), 1 September 2011.

Tania Penovic, ‘Sky should now withdraw its Australia Network Tender', Online Opinion (online), 22 July 2011.

ABC TV, ‘Panel discussion on regulation of outdoor advertising', ABC News 24 Afternoon Live, 26 July 2011 (Tania Penovic).

#Jamie Walvisch, ‘The fraught issue of how we deal with mentally ill offenders', The Conversation (online), 13 July 2011.

Submissions to Parliament / Government Agencies

Bryan Horrigan, Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Inquiry into the Australian Law Reform Commission, January 2011.

Bryan Horrigan, Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Inquiry into the Human Rights (Parliamentary Scrutiny) Bill 2010 (Cth), January 2011.

Bryan Horrigan, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Bills, Inquiry into the Future Direction and Role of the Scrutiny of Bills Committee', 23 November 2011.

Susan Kneebone, Maria O'Sullivan and Tania Penovic, Submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Inquiry into the agreement between Australia and Malaysia on the transfer of asylum seekers to Malaysia, 30 September 2011.

Tania Penovic, Submission to the Senate Joint Select Committee, Australia's Immigration Detention Network, 12 August 2011.

Tania Penovic, Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee, Migration Amendment (Detention Reform and Procedural Fairness) Bill 2010, 6 June 2011.

Tania Penovic, Lucinda O'Dwyer and Kim Northwood, Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Provisions of the Civil Dispute Resolution Bill 2010, 6 June 2011.

Tania Penovic, Amanda Thompson, and Lisa Harrison, Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, Inquiry into the Regulation of Billboard and Outdoor Advertising, February 2011.

Normann Witzleb, Submission to Australian Government Attorney-General's Department, A Commonwealth Statutory Cause of Action for Serious Invasion of Privacy, 4 November 2011.

Other

Michael Henderson, Melissa de Zwart, Michael Phillips and David Lindsay, ‘Will U Friend Me? Legal Risks and Social Networking Sites', Small school textbook based on research in research report, Legal risks and social networking sites (Monash University, 2011) 1-40.