Scholarly publications and presentations by staff from the Law Faculty.


Documents from 2011

Offshore petroleum facility integrity in Australia and the United Kingdom: A comparative study of two countries utilising the safety case regime, Tina Hunter and John Paterson


Institutional dichotomies: The Solicitor-General in Sri Lanka, Danielle Ireland-Piper


Making multi-disciplinary teaching work: A reflective analysis of teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners, Danielle Ireland-Piper

The long arm of the law: Conceptual frameworks for analyzing exercises of jurisdiction, Danielle Ireland-Piper

The international human rights parameters for the preventive detention of serious sex offenders, Patrick Keyzer

Using 'deeper' case method to introduce legal theory and context, Patrick Keyzer

Constitutional Law, Patrick Keyzer and Peter Hanks

FDR using a multigenerational approach: The role of grandparents - entitlement or privilege?, Linda Kochanski and Mieke Brandon

Why Ghana should implement certain international legal instruments relating to international sale of goods transactions, Emmanuel Laryea

Improving the governance of superannuation funds in Australia, Kenneth Levy and John H. Farrar

The social, moral and ethical issues raised by nanotechnology in the field of medicine, Michael Lupton

Talent management in Law Firms- Evolution, revelation, revolution or business as usual?, Susan Manch and Terri Mottershead

Are advance pricing agreements the transfer pricing controversy management tool of the future?, Michelle Markham

Dangerous People: Policy, Prediction and Practice, Bernadette McSherry and Patrick Keyzer

Trade liberalisation in Asia: Why intra-Asian free trade agreements are not utilised by the business community, Bryan Mercurio

Education in the field: a case study of experiential learning in international law, Andrew D. Mitchell, Bruce Oswald, Tania Voon, and Wendy Larcombe

David's sling: Cross-agreement retaliation in international trade disputes, Andrew D. Mitchell and Constantine Salonidis


Regulating tobacco flavours: Implications of WTO law, Andrew D. Mitchell and Tania Voon

Pacific countries in the WTO: Accession and accommodation, the reality of WTO accession, Andrew D. Mitchell and Joanne Wallis

Boxed in? Australia's plain tobacco packaging initiative and international investment law, Andrew D. Mitchell and Sebastian M. Wurzberger


Inspiring or undermining confidence? Amendments to the right to judge alone trials in the ACT, Jodie O'Leary


Twelve angry peers or one angry judge: An analysis of judge alone trials in Australia, Jodie O'Leary

Ong on equity, Denis S. K. Ong

A proposal for the improvement of mental health service delivery to barrators, contemnors and the courts that have to deal with them, Suzanne O'Toole

Reconceptualising property: Towards a sustainable paradigm for property, John Page


Medical merchants: Conflict of interest, office product sales and notifiable conduct, Malcolm H. Parker, Jon L. Wardle, Michael Weir, and Cameron L. Stewart


Oils ain't oils: Product labelling, palm oil and the WTO, Elizabeth Sheargold and Andrew D. Mitchell

Introduction, Elizabeth Crawford Spencer

Potential enhancements for business performance through franchising: The case of coffee in Vietnam, Elizabeth Crawford Spencer

Relational rights and responsibilities: Perspectives on contractual arrangements in franchising, Elizabeth Crawford Spencer

Public preferences for sentencing purposes: What difference does offender age, criminal history and offence type make?, Caroline Spiranovic, Lynne D. Roberts, David Indermaur, Kate Warner, Karen Gelb, and Geraldine MacKenzie

The 'Institutional' integrity principle: Where are we now and where are we headed?, Chris Steytler and Iain Field

Integrating skills into the study of law, Lee Stuesser

Special Witnesses, Lee Stuesser

Written Submissions, Lee Stuesser

A call for judicial activism: Rapid technological developments and slow legal developments, Dan J B Svantesson

A legal method for solving issues of Internet regulation, Dan J B Svantesson

Pammer and Hotel Alpenhof - ECJ decision creates further uncertainty about when e-businesses 'direct activities' to a consumer's state under the Brussels I Regulation, Dan J B Svantesson

Recent developments in private international law applicable to the internet, Dan J B Svantesson


'Sexting' and the law - 15 minutes of fame, and a lifetime of shame, Dan J B Svantesson

The Emperor's new legal education theory, Dan J B Svantesson

The regulation of cross-border data flows, Dan J B Svantesson


Truisms about the Australian publishing climate for law journal articles, and some strategies to cope; or 'A Feminist perspective on the human rights of vegetarian child-soldiers in outerspace', Dan J B Svantesson

'Unconscionability' in consumer ecommerce, Dan J B Svantesson


Fundamental policy considerations for the regulation of Internet cross-border privacy issues, Dan J.B. Svantesson


Le systeme politico-juridique Australien (The Australian legal system), William Van Caenegem

Face off: Assessing WTO challenges to Australia's scheme for plain tobacco packaging, Tania Voon and Andrew D. Mitchell

Time to Quit? Assessing international investment claims against plain tobacco packaging in Australia, Tania Voon and Andrew D. Mitchell


Teaching and learning workshop for coaches at mediation courses, John Wade

An ethical protocol for complementary and alternative medicine practitioners in an orthodox medicine regime, Michael Weir

Goods and consumer issues, Michael Weir

Restricted acts and protected titles, Michael Weir

Wither covenants in Queensland in the name of sustainability?, Michael Weir


Learning through writing: Reconceptualising the research supervision process, Leon Wolff


Learning through writing: Reconceptualizing the research supervision process, Leon Wolff

Legal translation, Leon Wolff


Review of the book Imposing peace and prosperity: Australia, social justice and labour reform in occupied Japan by C. De Matos, Leon Wolff

ADR Ethics: Regulating disclosure in mediation, Bobette Wolski

Reform of the civil justice system 25 years past: (In)adequate responses from law schools and professional associations? (And how best to change the behaviour of lawyers), Bobette Wolski

Documents from 2010


Doctrinal reform and post-contractual modifications in New Brunswick: Nav Canada v. Greater Fredricton Airport Authority Inc., Rick Bigwood

Fine-tuning affirmation of a contract by election: Part 1, Rick Bigwood

Fine-tuning affirmation of a contract by election: Part 2, Rick Bigwood

Internationalisation of decision-making - Arbitration, Lawrence Boo

International arbitration and competing dispute resolution options, Laurence Boulle

Mediator skills and techniques: Triangle of influence, Laurence Boulle and Miryana Nesic

Another judicial skirmish with parliamentary privilege: Trafigura's super injunction against the Guardian newspaper, Gerard Carney

Constitutional milestones from 1867 to 2009, Gerard Carney

Who is that masked person: The use of face masks on Mexico City public transportation during the Influenza A (H1N1) outbreak, Bradly John Condon and Tapen Sinha


An inconvenient truth: Legal implications of errors in breath alcohol analysis arising from statistical uncertainty, Ian R. Coyle, David Field, and Graham A. Starmer

Accessorial liability in the law of torts, Joachim Dietrich

Teaching torts in the age of statutes and globalisation, Joachim Dietrich


The liability of accessories under statute, in equity, and in criminal law: Some common problems and (perhaps) common solutions, Joachim Dietrich

Legal reasoning, John H. Farrar

Living with the Waikato Foundation Principles, 20 years on, John H. Farrar


The global financial crisis and the governance of financial institutions, John H. Farrar


Keeping incest in the family, David Field

A comment on costs in constitutional cases, Iain Field


The inadequate legislative response to e-signatures, Jay Forder

The scorecard on contract formation and enforceability issues in web transactions, Jay Forder

Indefinite detention of sex offenders and human rights: The intervention of the human rights committee of the United Nations, Ian Freckleton and Patrick Keyzer

The internationalisation of law: Introductory and personal thoughts for the Symposium, Mary Hiscock


Epilogue, Mary E. Hiscock and William van Caenegem

Conflict of laws, Mary Hiscock and Winnie J. Ma


An overview and analysis of the National Unfair Contract Terms Provisions, Loren Holly and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson

Legal regimes that encourage improved oil recovery: The Norwegian experience, Tina Hunter


Legal regulatory framework for the sustainable extraction of Australian offshore petroleum resources: A critical functional analysis, Tina Hunter

The Montara oil spill and the marine oil spill contingency plan: Disaster response or just a disaster?, Tina Hunter


The offshore petroleum regulatory frameworks of Australia and Norway, Tina Hunter

Uniform Torrens Title legislation: Is there a will and a way?, Tina Hunter


Extraterritoriality and the sexual conduct of Australians overseas, Danielle Ireland-Piper

Extraterritoriality - The new frontier, Danielle Ireland-Piper


Queensland’s proposed surrogacy legislation: An opportunity for national reform, Tammy Johnson

A battle and a gamble: The spectre of an adverse costs order in constitutional litigation, Patrick Keyzer

Open constitutional courts, Patrick Keyzer

Principles of Australian constitutional law, Patrick Keyzer

Standing to raise constitutional issues reconsidered, considered, Patrick Keyzer

The United Nations Human Rights Committee's views about the legitimate parameters of the preventive detention of serious sex offenders, Patrick Keyzer

The internationalisation of legal education: A road increasingly travelled, Vai Io Lo

Regulating nanotechnology in South Africa, Michael Lupton

Real property law in Queensland, Carmel MacDonald, Les McCrimmon, Anne Wallace, and Michael Weir