Ratnapala, Suri and Crowe, Jonathan Australian constitutional law: foundations and theory 3rd ed. South Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Oxford University Press, 2012.
Crowe, Jonathan (2016). Human, all too human: human fallibility and the separation of powers. In Rebecca Ananian-Welsh and Jonathan Crowe (Ed.), Judicial independence in Australia: contemporary challenges, future directions () Annandale, Australia: Federation Press.
Crowe, Jonathan (2013). Philosophy of Law: Volume IV. Normativity, coordination and authority in Finnis's Philosophy of Law. In Mark Sayers and Aladin Rahemtula (Ed.), Jurisprudence as practical reason: a celebration of the collected essays of John Finnis (pp. 95-102) Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Supreme Court Library Queensland.
Lee, Constance Youngwon and Crowe, Jonathan (2015) The Deafening Silence of the 'Comfort Women': A Response Based on Lyotard and Irigaray. Asian Journal of Law and Society, 2 2: 339-356. doi:10.1017/als.2015.9
Toohey, Lisa and Crowe, Jonathan (2014) The illusory reference of the transitional state and non-market economy status. Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, 2 2: 314-336. doi:10.1093/cjcl/cxu004
Crowe, Jonathan and Stephenson, Peta (2014) An express constitutional right to vote?: the case for reviving section 41. Sydney Law Review, 36 2: 205-230.
Crowe, Jonathan (2014) Between morality and efficacy: reclaiming the natural law theory of Lon Fuller. Jurisprudence, 5 1: 109-118. doi:10.5235/20403322.214.171.124
Crowe, Jonathan G. (2014) Reason, Morality, and Law: the Philosophy of John Finnis. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 3 15: .
Crowe, Jonathan (2014) International humanitarian law and the challenge of combatant status. International Law Annual, 2 17-22.
Crowe, Jonathan and Stephenson, Peta (2014) Reimagining fiscal federalism: Section 96 as a transitional provision. University of Queensland Law Journal, 33 1: 221-231.
Crowe, Jonathan (2014) Coherence and acceptance in International Law: can humanitarianism and human rights be reconciled?. Adelaide Law Review, 35 2: 251-267.
Crowe, Jonathan (2013) The role of contextual meaning in judicial interpretation. Federal Law Review, 41 3: 417-442.
Crowe, Jonathan and Lee, Constance Youngwon (2013) Constitutionalism, power and equality in contemporary Korea. LawAsia Journal, 113-119.
Crowe, Jonathan (2012) Does control make a difference? The moral foundations of shareholder liability for corporate wrongs. Modern Law Review, 75 2: 159-179. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2230.2012.00895.x
Crowe, Jonathan and Ratnapala, Suri (2012) Military justice and Chapter III: the constitutional basis of courts martial. Federal Law Review, 40 2: 161-180.
Ratnapala, Suri and Crowe, Jonathan (2012) Broadening the reach of chapter III: The institutional integrity of state curts and the constitutional limits of state legislative power. Melbourne University Law Review, 36 1: 175-215.
Crowe, Jonathan (2011) Consent, power and mistake of fact in Queensland Rape Law. Bond Law Review, 23 1: 21-40.
Crowe, Jonathan (2011) Men and feminism: Some challenges and a partial response. Social Alternatives, 30 1: 49-53.
Crowe, Jonathan (2011) Reasoning from the ground up: Some strategies for teaching theory to law students. Legal Education Review, 21 1-2: 49-67.
Crowe, Jonathan (2010) Giving back the space: Freedom, meaning and the Northern Territory intervention. Law in Context, 27 2: 135-149.
Crowe, Jonathan (2009) Explaining natural rights: Ontological freedom and the foundations of political discourse. New York University Journal of Law and Liberty, 4 1: 70-111.
Crowe, Jonathan and Toohey, Lisa (2009) From good intentions to ethical outcomes: The paramountcy of children's interests in the Family Law Act. Melbourne University Law Review, 33 2: 391-414.
Crowe, Jonathan G. (2008) Review of Marinos Diamantides (ed), Levinas, Law, Politics. Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy, 33 196-198.
Crowe, Jonathan G. (2008) Self and Other in Ethics and Law: A Comment on Manderson. Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy, 33 145-151.
J Crowe (2008) Combatant Status and the "War on Terror": Lessons from the Hicks Case. Alternative Law Journal, 33 2: 67-69.
Field, Rachel and Crowe, Jonathan (2007) The construction of rationality in Australian family dispute resolution: A feminist analysis. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 27 97-122.
Crowe, Jonathan G. (2007) Review of the book 'Actual Ethics' by James R. Otteson. Policy, 23 2: 55-56.
Crowe, J. G. (2005) Preaching to the converted? The limits of religious arguments in politics. Policy, 21 4: 29-33.
Crowe, Jonathan G. (2004) Review of Richard A. Epstein, 'Skepticism and freedom: A Modern case for classical liberalism'. Policy, 20 3: 60-61.
Crowe, Jonathan G. (2003) Review of the book 'Adam Smith's Marketplace of Life' by James R. Otteson. Policy, 19 3: 58-59.
Crowe, Jonathan (2002) Philosophy, politics and economic change: Review of 'Robert Nozickâ' by A. R. Lacey. Policy, 18 2: 48-49.
Constance Youngwon Lee and Crowe, Jonathan G. (2014). The Deafening Silence of the 'Comfort Women': A Response Based on Lyotard and Irigaray. In: Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference, Murdoch University, (). 27-29 June 2014.
Crowe, Jonathan (2008). Self and other in ethics and law: A comment on Manderson. In: Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy: Book Symposium. Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference 2007, Australian National University, (). 30 March - 1 April 2007.
Crowe, Jonathan George (2006). Existentialism, liberty and the ethical foundations of law PhD Thesis, T. C. Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2016.111