Publications by CPICL Members

CPICL Members have published extensively in the research areas of the Centres. Publications of individual authors are listed in the individual Staff Profiles of Members.  Recent publications by Centre Members include:

    Journal articles

    • Ananian-Welsh, R.* & McGarrity, N. (2018) National security: a hegemonic constitutional value?. In Rosalind Dixon (Eds.), Australian constitutional values  (pp.267-286). Portland, OR, United States: Hart Publishing.
    • Aroney, N.* (2018) The rule of law, religious authority, and oaths of office. Journal of
    • Law, Religion and State, 6(2-3): 195-212.
    • Aroney, N.* (2018) The formation and amendment of federal constitutions in a Westminster-derived context. International Journal of Constitutional Law, 16(1): 17-53.
    • Billings, P.* (2018) Regulating crimmigrants through the 'character test': exploring the consequences of mandatory visa cancellation for the fundamental rights of non-citizens in Australia. Crime, Law and Social Change.
    • Douglas, H.* & Burdon, M.* (2018) Legal responses to non-consensual smartphone recordings in the context of domestic and family violence. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 41(1): 1-29.
    • Harpur, P.* (2018) Collective versus individual rights: The able worker and the promotion of precarious work for persons with disabilities under conflicting international law regimes. Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review, 41(1): 51-70.
    • Harpur, P.*, Bronitt, S., Billings, P.*, Verreynne, M.* & Pachana, N.* (2018) Regulating'Fake' Assistance Animals - A Comparative Review of Disability Law in Australia and the United States. Animal Law, 24: 77-97.
    • Orr, G. (2018) Integrity on the Line: Judicial Power over Elections in Papua New Guinea. LAWASIA Journal, 2017: 65-81
    • Orr, G. (2018) My vote counts: the basis and limits of a constitutional requirement of political disclosure. Constitutional Court Review, 8: 52-73. 
    • Orr, G.* (2018) Fertilizing a Thicket: Section 44, MP Qualifications and the High Court. Public Law Review, 29(1): 17-23.
    • Ratnapala, S. (2018) Enlightenment under siege: are the obituaries premature? Policy: A Journal of Public Policy and Ideas, 34(2): 57-62.
    • G Appleby, N Aroney, T John, The Future of Australian Federalism: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom 2012).
    • S Ratnapala, J Crowe, Australian Constitutional Law: Foundations and Theory (3rd edn Oxford University Press, South Melbourne 2012).

    Book chapters

    • Aroney, N.* (2018) Federalism: Design. In  (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of the Australian Constitution  (pp. 727-758). Oxford United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 
    • Aroney, N.* (2018) The justification of judicial review: text, structure, history and principle. In Rosalind Dixon (Eds.), Australian constitutional values  (pp. 27-42). Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
    • Aroney, N. & Sharman, C. (2018) Territorial Politics and the Federal Frame in Australia. In  (Eds.), Handbook of Territorial Politics  (pp. -). Cheltenham United Kingdom: Edward Elgar.
    • Black, A.* (2018) Judicial independence, impartiality and integrity in Brunei Darussalam. In Hoong Phun (H. P.) Lee, Marilyn Pittard (Eds.), Asia-Pacific judiciaries: independence, impartiality and integrity  (pp. 57-80). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
    • Black, E. (2018) Colonial legacies: family laws in Singapore and Australia. In  (Eds.), Research handbook on Islamic law and society  (pp. 16-47). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar.
    • Heather Douglas (2018) Domestic violence protection orders and their role in ensuring personal security. In Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Sandra Walklate, Jude McCulloch, JaneMaree Maher (Eds.), Intimate partner violence, risk and security: securing
    • women’s lives in a global world  (pp. 216-232). London: Routledge.
    • Orr, G. (2018) Australia. In D. S. Lewis, Wendy Slater (Eds.), The annual register: a record of world events 2017 259th ed. (pp. 334-336). Cambridge, United Kingdom and Ann Arbor, Michigan: ProQuest.
    • Ratnapala, S. (2018) Decline and fall of Sri Lanka's judiciary and prospects for resurrection. In H. P. Lee, Marilyn Pittard (Eds.), Asia-Pacific judiciaries: independence, impartiality and integrity  (pp. 305-329). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

    Articles

    • Aroney, C. & Corrin, J. (2017) Endemic Revolution Revisited: HLA Hart, Custom and the Constitutions. LAWASIA Journal. 
    • Aroney, N.* (2017) Constituent power and the constituent states: towards a theory of the amendment of federal constitutions. Jus Politicum: Revue De Droit Politique, 17: 5-31.
    • Aroney, N.* (2017) R (Miller) v Secretary of State for exiting the European Union: three competing syllogisms. Modern Law Review, 80(4): 726-745. 
    • Bell-James, J. & Huggins, A. (2017) Compliance with statutory directives and the negligence liability of public authorities: climate change and coastal development. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 34(5): 398-417. 
    • Billings, P. (2017) Evaluating the pedagogic value of mooting and nooting at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Monash University Law Review, 43(3). 
    • Billings, P. (2017) Refugee protection and state security in Australia: piecing together protective regimes. Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 24(4). 
    • Black, A.* (2017) Adaptations of Islamic family law for the Australian context. Australian Journal of Family Law: 159-179. 
    • Corrin, J. (2017) Exploring the deep: looking for deep legal pluralism in the South Pacific. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 48(2017): 305-322. 
    • Deng, M.* (2017) Defining the nature and limits of presidential powers in the transitional constitution of South Sudan: a politically contentious matter for the new nation. Journal of African Law: 1-17. 
    • Douglas, H.* (2017) Domestic and family violence, mental health and well-being, and legal engagement. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. 
    • Douglas, H.* (2017) Legal systems abuse and coercive control. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 18(1): 84-99. 
    • Douglas, H.* (2017) Sexual Violence and Evidence: The Approach of the Feminist Judge. Insights. 
    • Harpur, P.* (2017) Nothing about us without us: the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. 
    • Harpur, P.*, Connolly, U. & Blanck, P. (2017) Socially Constructed Hierarchies of Impairments: The Case of Australian and Irish Workers' Access to Compensation for Injuries. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 27(4): 507-519. 

    Research books

    • Douglas, H., Higgins, E. & Barrett, M.  (2017) Criminal process in Queensland. Sydney, Australia: Lawbook Company and Thomson Reuters.
    • Harpur, P.*  (2017) Discrimination, Copyright and Equality: Opening The E-Book for the Print Disabled. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
    • Suri Ratnapala, Jurisprudence 3rd ed, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 2017  978-1-316-62117-2.

    Research book chapters

    • Ananian-Welsh, R.*  (2017) 'If at first you don't succeed...': effectiveness and the evolution of preventive organised crime measures. In Tamara Tulich, Rebecca Ananian-Welsh, Simon Bronitt, Sarah Murray (Eds.), Regulating preventive justice: principle, policy and paradox  (pp. 177-194). New York: Routledge.
    • Aroney, N.*  (2017) Introduction: courts in federal countries. In  (Eds.), Courts in federal countries: federalists or unitarists?  (pp. 3-28). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
    • Aroney, N.*  (2017) The Federal Condition. In Amnon Lev (Eds.), The Federal Idea: Between Governance and Political Life  (pp. 1-1). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
    • Aroney, N.*  (2017) The High Court of Australia: Textual Unitarism vs Structural Federalism. In  (Eds.), Courts in Federal Countries: Federalists or Unitarists?  (pp. 29-68). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
    • Aroney, N., Harrison, J. & Babie, P.  (2017) Religious freedom under the Victorian Charter of Rights. In Matthew Groves, Colin Campbell (Eds.), Australian Charters of Rights a Decade On  (pp. 1-19). Annandale, Australia: Federation Press.
    • Bartlett, F. & Haller, L. (2017) Australia: legal services regulation in Australia - Innovative co-regulation. In Andrew Boon (Eds.), International perspectives on the regulation of lawyers and legal services  (pp. 161-184). London, United Kingdom: Hart.
    • Bartlett, F.* (2017) Reforming Australian litigation lawyers: educational impacts of civil procedural laws and judicial activism. In Kit Barker, Ross Grantham, Karen Fairweather (Eds.), Private law in the twenty-first century  (pp. 527-546). Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart.
    • Billings, P.* & Stevens, D. (2017) Protection seekers and preventive justice: immigration detention in Australia and the United Kingdom. In Tamara Tullich, Rebecca Ananian-Welsh, Simon Bronitt, Sarah Murray (Eds.), Regulating preventive justice: principle, policy and paradox  (pp. 95-116). New York, United States: Routledge.
    • Black, A. & Black, P. (2017) Going global: Australia looks to internationalise legal education. In Andrew Harding, Jiaxiang Hu, Maartje de Visser (Eds.), Legal education in Asia: from imitation to innovation  (pp. 42-71). The Netherlands: Brill.
    • Corrin, J. (2017) Human rights are not our business: legal pluralism and the South Pacific's constitutional conundrum. In Fabrice Hourquebie (Eds.), Pluralisme Juridique Et Droits Fondamentaux  (pp. 83-97). Bordeaux, France: Fondation Varenne.
    • Forrest, C. (2017) Eastern seaboard. In P.H.G. Vrancken, M. Tsamenyi (Eds.), The law of the sea: the African Union and its member states  (pp. 63-110). Claremont, South Africa: Juta.
    • Harpur, P. & Stein, M. (2017) Children with disabilities, human rights, and sustainable development. In Claire Fenton-Glynn (Eds.), Children’s Rights and Sustainable Development: Implementing the UNCRC for Future Generations  (pp. 1-1). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
    • Orr, G.* (2017) Voluntary voting for referendums in Australia: old wine, new bottle. In Ron Levy, Molly O'Brien, Simon Rice, Pauline Ridge, Margaret Thornton (Eds.), New directions for law in Australia: essays in contemporary law reform  (pp. 359-368). Canberra, ACT, Australia: ANU Press.

    Books

    B Jedlickova, Resale Price Maintenance and Vertical Territorial Restrictions: Theory and Practice in EU Competition Law and US Antitrust Law (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, UK 2016)

    Book chapters

    Journal articles

    Keynotes, unpublished conference papers and seminar presentations

    • G Orr, 'The Evolution of Parliamentary Democracy and the Political Scene in Australia', 27th Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Seminar, Parliament House, Queensland (2016)
    • G Orr, 'Commentary, Current Constitutional Controversies Public Seminar', Book Launch of 'Democracy and Political Ignorance' (2nd Ed, 2016, Stanford UP by Prof Ilya Somin), Hosted by AACL and AIP, Supreme Court Library, Queensland (2016)
    • G Orr, 'Fixed, Four Year Terms for Queensland', ASPG-Q Public Forum, Legislative Council Chamber, Parliament House, Brisbane (2016)
    • G Orr, 'McCloy's Case: One Step Forward, Two Steps Sideways', McCloy's Case: the High Court on Political Donations, Freedom and Equality (AACL and ERRN Public Seminar), Supreme Court Library, Brisbane (2016)
    • G Orr, 'Elections As Rituals', Senate Occasional Lecture Series, Parliament House, Canberra (2016)
    • G Orr, 'Elections As Rituals', Auckland Law School Seminar Series, Auckland, NZ (2016)

    Minor articles, comments

    Reference entries

    • M O'Brien, 'International Criminal Court (ICC)' in Wesley G. Jennings (ed), The Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice (Wiley and Sons, Oxford 2016) 8pp
    • G Orr, 'Australia' in Dr DS Lewis and Dr Wendy Slater (ed), The 2016 Annual Register: A Record of World Events (257th Edition, Covering 2015) (ProQuest, UK 2016) 338-340

    Book reviews

    • M O'Brien, 'Le Temps Des Aveux/ The Gate' (2016) 41 (1) Alternative Law Journal 75-76
    • G Orr, 'Popular Memories: Commemoration, Participatory Culture and Democratic Citizenships' (2016) 14 (2) Perspectives on Politics 33-35

    Grants

    • M O'Brien, 2016. From Discrimination to Death: Understanding Genocide Process and Prevention Through History and Human Rights, Humanities Travelling Fellowship, $1500
    • M O'Brien, 2016. From Discrimination to Death: Genocidal Process and Prevention Through a Human Rights Lens, Conference Travel Grant, USD800

    Books

    Book chapters

    • J Corrin, 'Offshore Banking and Confidentiality in Vanuatu' in Xavier Cabannes (ed), ISSUES ON TAXATION IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC Australia, New Caledonia, New Zealand, French Polynesia, Vanuatu, Wallis and Futuna(New Zealand Association for Comparative Law, New Zealand 2015) 131-196
    • B Jedlickova, J Clarke, 'Antitrust in the Groceries Sector:Australia' in Kobel, Pierre, Këllezi, Pranvera, Kilpatrick, Bruce (eds), Antitrust in the Groceries Sector & Liability Issues in Relation to Corporate Social Responsibility (Springer, Heidelberg 2015) 41-68
    • G Orr, 'The Law Governing Australian Political Parties: Regulating the Golems' in Dr Narelle Miragliotta, Dr Anika Gauja and Professor Rodney Smith (eds), Contemporary Australian Political Party Organisations(Monash University Press, Australia 2015) 212-224

    Journal articles

    Keynotes, unpublished conference papers and seminar presentations

    Reference entries

    • G Orr, 'Australia' in DS Lewis and Dr Wendy Slater (ed), The 2015 Annual Register: A Record of World Events (256th Edition, Covering 2014) (ProQuest, UK 2015) 330-332

    Parliamentary reports

    Book chapters

    • N Aroney, 'Subsidiarity in the Writings of Aristotle and Aquinas' in Michelle Evans and Augusto Zimmerman (ed), International Perspectives on Subsidiarity: Good Governance, Federalism, Democracy and Individual Rights (Springer, Berlin 2014) 9-27
    • N Aroney, 'The Constitutional First Principles of Royal Commissions' in Scott Prasser and Helen Tracey (ed),Royal Commissions & Public Inquiries (Connor Court Publishing, Sydney 2014)
    • N Aroney, C Bassu, C Popp, 'Legal Transplants in the Australian Legal System' in Nicola Lupo and Lucia Scaffardi (ed), Comparative Law in Legislative Drafting (The Justice and the Law Society, The Hauge 2014) 161-184
    • A Cassimatis, P Billings, 'Australia's Codification of Judicial Review - Has the Legislative Effort Been Worth It?' in Matthew Groves (ed), Modern Administrative Law in Australia: Concepts and Context (Cambridge University Press, Australia 2014) 180-204
    • J Corrin, E Foote, 'Failing to Adopt a New Approach: the Law of Adoption in Solomon Islands' in Bill Atkin (ed), The International Survey of Family Law (Family Law, Wellington 2014) 435-456
    • C Forrest, 'Immunity from Seizure for Works of Art on Loan: The Criminal Context' in Duncan Chappell and Saskia Hufnagel (ed), Contemporary Perspectives on the Protection, Investigation and Prosecution of Art Crime (Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2014 2014) 169-183
    • C Forrest, 'Australia' in James A.R. Nafziger , Robert Kirkwood Paterson (eds), Handbook On The Law Of Cultural Heritage And International Trade (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham UK 2014) 44-73
    • G Orr, 'Ritual in the Law of Electoral Democracy' in Dr Glenn Patmore and Professor Kim Rubenstein (ed),Law and Democracy: Contemporary Questions (ANU Press, Australia 2014) 115-129

    Journal articles

    Published conference papers

    • C Forrest, 'Why Australia Should Ratify the Convention', Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology Conference, Canberra 3 October 2013 (Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, Fremantle, Western 2014) 14-17

    Keynotes, unpublished conference papers and seminar presentations

    Reference entries

    • G Orr, 'Australia' in DS Lewis and Dr Wendy Slater (ed), The 2014 Annual Register of World Events(ProQuest, USA and UK 2014) 325-327

    Parliamentary reports

    Books

    • N Aroney and others, Winterton's Australian Federal Constitutional Law: Commentary and Materials (3rd edn Thomson Reuters, Sydney 2013)
    • A Black, H Esmaeili, N Hosen, Modern Perspectives on Islamic Law (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham 2013)
    • J Crowe, K Weston-Scheuber, Principles of International Humanitarian Law (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham 2013)

    Book chapters

    • N Aroney, 'Philosophical Origins of Subsidiarity' in Michelle Evans and Augusto Zimmerman (ed),International Perspectives on Subsidiarity: Good Governance, Federalism, Democracy and Individual Rights(Springer, Berlin 2013) forthcoming
    • P Billings, A Cassimatis, 'Irregular Migration, Refugee Protection and the Malaysian Solution' in Angus Francis and Rowena Maguire (ed), Protection of Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Asia Pacific Region (Ashgate Publishing Limited, UK 2013) 135-169
    • J Corrin, 'Finding the Law on Adoption in Vanuatu' in Bill Atkin (ed), The International Survey of Family Law(Jordon Publishing Limited, Wellington 2013) 399-412

    Journal articles

    Keynotes, unpublished conference papers and seminar presentations

    Case notes

    Research reports

    Book reviews

    • B Jedlickova, 'Vertical Agreements in EU Competition Law by Frank Wijckmans and Filip Tuytschaever' (2013) 38 European Law Review 280-282

    Grants

    • G Orr, R Levy, 2013. The Law of Deliberative Democracy, ARC Discovery Project, $215,168 (2013-15)

    Books

    • G Appleby, N Aroney, T John, The Future of Australian Federalism: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom 2012)
    • S Ratnapala, J Crowe, Australian Constitutional Law: Foundations and Theory (3rd edn Oxford University Press, South Melbourne 2012)

    Book chapters

    • N Aroney, 'Towards Fundamental Change of the Australian Federal System: Popular Ratification of the State Constitutions' in Paul Kildea, Andrew Lynch and George Williams (eds), Tomorrow's Federation: Reforming Australian Government (Federation Press, Sydney 2012) 210-226
    • N Aroney, S Prasser, A Taylor, 'Federal Diversity in Australia: A Counter Narrative' in Gabrielle Appleby, Nicholas Aroney and Thomas John (eds), The Future of Australian Federalism: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2012) 272-300
    • N Aroney, G Appleby, T John, 'Australian Federalism: Past, Present and Future Tense' in Nicholas Aroney, Gabrielle Appleby, Thomas John (eds), The Future of Australian Federalism: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2012) 1-24
    • V Cogliati-Bantz and others, 'Marine Oil and Gas Pollution Spills in Australian Waters' in Chircop, Aldo; Letalik, Norman; McDorman,Ted L.; Rolston, Susan (eds), The Regulation of International Shipping: International and Comparative Perspectives. Essays in Honor of Edgar Gold (Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden/Boston 2012) 371-400
    • J Corrin, 'Cultural Relativism vs Universalism: The South Pacific Reality' in Arnold, Rainer (eds), The Universalism of Human Rights (Springer, Dortrecht 2012) 103-126
    • J Corrin, L Mulitalo, 'Reform of Maintenance and Divorce Laws in Samoa: Appropriate for the 'Aiga'?' in Bill Atkin (ed), International Survey of Family Law (Jordon Publishing Limited, Bristol 2012) 283-298
    • J Corrin, 'Protection Des Ressources Naturelles Aux Îles Salomon' in Carine David and Nadège Meyer (ed),L'intégration De La Coutume Dans L'élaboration De La Norme Environnementale (Bruylant, Paris 2012) 455-478
    • J Crowe, 'The International Powers of the Commonwealth' in Suri Ratnapala and Jonathan Crowe (ed),Australian Constitutional Law: Foundations and Theory (Oxford University Press, Australia 2012) 349-375
    • G Orr, K Ewing, '¿AV O No AV? Lecciones De Australia ('AV or Not AV' Lessons from Australia)' in Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federacion (Mexican Electoral Court) (ed), Sistemas Electorales y Principios Constitucionales (Electoral Systems and Constitutional Principles) (Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federacion (Mexican Electoral Court), Mexico 2012) 241-266

    Journal articles

    Published conference papers

    • A Black, 'Legal Pluralism 'Down Under'', 4th LAWASIA Family Law Conference, Penang, Malaysia 13-14 July, 2012 (The Law Association for Asia & the Pacific, Malaysia 2012) Online:http://lawasia.asn.au/family-law-papers
    • C Forrest, 'Culturally and Environmentally Sensitive Sunken Warships', Maritime Law Association of Australian and New Zealand Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii 2-5 December 2011 (Maritime Law Journal of Australia and New Zealand, Perth 2012) 80-88

    Keynotes, unpublished conference papers and seminar presentations

    • J Corrin, 'Responding to Challenges to a Bank's Duty of Confidentiality in Offshore Finance Centres: the Vanuatu Example', Small Islands of the World Conference XII, British Virgin Islands (2012)
    • J Corrin, 'Family Law in Samoa', Australasian Law Teachers Conference, Sydney (2012)
    • C Forrest, 'Jurisdiction Clauses in International Contracts and in Contracts for the Transportation of Goods: Issues All at Sea', Law Evenings: UNISA Research Seminar Series, University of South Australia, Adelaide (2012)
    • C Forrest, 'The Scope of Immunity from Seizure for Cultural Objects on Loan in Australia', University of South Australia School of Law Seminar Series, Adelaide, South Australia (2012)
    • C Forrest, 'The Legal Framework and Practical Issues of the 2001 Convention in the Asian Context', UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage, Koh Hong Cambodia (2012)
    • C Forrest, 'Legal Pluralism in the Pacific: Solomon Island's World War II Heritage', Critical Approaches to Museums and Heritage, University of Queensland (2012)
    • C Forrest, ''The Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention', Hong Kong Centre for Maritime and Transportation Law and Hong Kong Law Society Seminar, Hong Kong (2012)
    • G Orr, 'Political Parties and the Law in Australia (Or 'Regulating the Golems')', Reflections on Contemporary Party Organisations in Australia, Monash University (2012)
    • G Orr, 'Ministerial Intervention in Labour Law', Australian Labour Law Association, Queensland Chapter (2012)
    • G Orr, 'After the Party: Government Advertising Versus Third Party Campaigns in Australia', 'Reshaping Power: Shifting Boundaries', World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid (2012)
    • G Orr, 'Prosecution v Education', FAD: Travelling the Open Path (2012 National Electoral Funding and Disclosure Workshop), ECQ, Brisbane (2012)

    Research reports

    • J Corrin, Analysis of REDD+ and Forest Carbon Rights Solomon Islands, Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Gmb (Fiji, Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Gmb 2012)
    • J Corrin, Analysis of REDD+ and Forest Carbon Rights - Vanuatu, Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Gmb (Fiji, SPC / GIZ Regional REDD+ Project 2012)
    • G Orr, NSW Political Finance Law: Implications and Legalities, Australian Labor Party (National Division), 2012., (2012)

    Reference entries

    • G Orr, 'Australia' in DS Lewis and Wendy Slater (ed), The Annual Register: World Events 2011 (253rd Edition) (ProQuest, Cambridge, UK and Ann Arbor, MI 2012) 353-355

    Book reviews

    • J Crowe, 'Review of Garrett Barden and Tim Murphy, Law and Justice in Community' (2012) 122 (2) Ethics 394-398
    • C Forrest, 'The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology' (2012) 4 (2) Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs 69-71

    Parliamentary reports

    • G Orr, New South Wales Parliament, Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters, Review of the Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act 1912 and the Election Funding, Expenditure and Disclosures Act 1981 (Report and Witness), NSW Parliament, (2012)