Scholarly publications and presentations by staff from the Law Faculty.


Documents from 2017

Australian Dispute Resolution: Law and Practice, Laurence Boulle and Rachael Field


Questioning the utility of the distinction between common articles 2 and 3 of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 since Tadić: A state sovereignty approach, Mikayla Brier-Mills

Embodying life-long learning: Transition and capstone experiences, Des Butler, Sandra Coe, Rachael Field, Judith McNamara, Sally Kift, and Catherine Brown

The migration of the book across territorial borders: Copyright implications for authors in the digital economy, Francina Cantatore

Mitigating ‘One-Size-Fits-All’ approaches to Australian agriculture: Is there a case to be made for Geographical Indications?, Jen A. Cleary and William van Caenegem


Two models of mediation ethics, Jonathan Crowe


Negotiation and regulation of land access agreements: Lessons from Queensland, Katherine Curnow, Tina Hunter, Michael Weir, and Laurence Boulle

Corporate Governance, John Farrar and Pamela Hanrahan


A good-faith challenge to the taxonomy of tort law defences, Iain Field

Playing the language game of family mediation: Implications for mediator ethics, Rachael Field and Jonathan Crowe


Artificial womb has many possible futures, Kate Galloway

Accountability in extraterritoriality: A comparative and international law perspective, Danielle Ireland-Piper


Fostering "quiet inclusion": Interaction and diversity in the Australian law classroom, Mark Israel, Natalie Skead, Mary Heath, Anne Hewitt, Kate Galloway, and Alex Steel


More than merely work-ready: Vocationalism versus professionalism in legal education, Nickolas J. James

Principles of Australian Constitutional Law, Patrick Keyzer, Christopher Goff, and Asaf Fisher


Ethical consequences of full human genome testing, Michael Lupton


Black letter law, Dan Svantesson


Time to move forward on international ICT law, Dan Svantesson

The potential of wine geographical indications in the Australia-India comprehensive economic cooperation agreement, Susanne Taylor and Madeline Taylor


The importance of place: Geographical indications as a tool for local and regional development, William van Caenegem and Jen A. Cleary

The protection of origin marks in China and Japan, William Van Caenegem, Jen Cleary, and Lucie Treguier


Real deal or no deal? A comparative analysis of raw milk cheese regulation in Australia and France, William Van Caenegem and Madeline Taylor


Real deal or no deal? A comparative analysis of raw milk cheese regulation in Australia and France, William van Caenegem and Madeline Taylor

Documents from 2016

Comparative study of fashion and IP: Copyright and designs in France, Europe and Australia, Violet Atkinson, Viviane Azard, Marie Malaurie-Vignal, and William Van Caenegem


Stakeholder theory from a management perspective: Bridging the shareholder/stakeholder divide, Victoria S. Baumfield


Submission by Narelle Bedford and Monica Taylor to the Australian Productivity Commission in relation to the Draft Report on Access to Justice Arrangements, Narelle Bedford and Monica Taylor


Doping in sport: What role for administrative law?, Narelle Bedford and Greg Weeks

Moral rights: Exploring the myths, meanings and misunderstandings in Australian Copyright Law, Francina Cantatore and Jane Johnston

Navigating the Australian Consumer Law in the digital marketplace: Hazards for commercial entities, Francina Cantatore and Brenda Marshall

Corporate social responsibility: The good corporation, Jim Corkery, Maiken Mikalsen, and Katie Allan

Alice in recidivism land: The queens logic and child protection workers' assessment of sexual dangerousness, Ian R. Coyle, Robert Halon, Terence Campbell, Donald Thomson, and Jessica Woskett


Models of franchising for social enterprise, Elizabeth Crawford-Spencer and Francina Cantatore

Human, all too human: human fallibility and the separation of powers, Jonathan Crowe

The race power, federalism and the value of subsidiarity for Indigenous peoples, Jonathan Crowe

Introduction Chapter, Jonathan Crowe and Rebecca Ananian-Welsh

What’s wrong with cartels?, Jonathan Crowe and Barbora Jedlickova

Using tort law accessory liability to protect intellectual property rights, Joachim Dietrich

Book Review: Directors' duties: Principles and application, John Farrar

Good faith defences in tort law, Iain Field

Good faith protections and public sector liability, Iain Field

Family reports and family violence in Australian family law proceedings: What do we know?, Rachael Field, Samatha Jeffries, Zoe Rathus, and Angela Lynch


Habeas Corpus: The wrongful imprisonment of Steven Avery, Rachel Franks and Kim Weinert


Surrogacy and dignity: rights and relationships, Kate Galloway

“Reverse Permissibility” in renewable energy sector: Going beyond the US – India solar cells dispute, Umair H. Ghori


Submission to the Senate Inquiry- "Inquiry into the phenomenon collequially referred to as 'revenge porn', which involves sharing private sexual images and recordings of a person without their consent, with the intention to cause that person harm." - Submission 31, Terry Goldsworthy and Matthew Raj


The development and application of an observational audit tool for use in Australian fitness facilities, Shannon E. Gray, Betul Sekendiz, Kevin Norton, Joachim Dietrich, Patrick Keyzer, Ian R. Coyle, and Caroline Finch


Problem Solving, Mary Heath, Anne Hewitt, Kate Galloway, Mark Israel, Natalie Skead, and Alex Steel


Engagement, Anne Hewitt, Kate Galloway, Mary Health, Mark Israel, Natalie Skead, and Alex Steel

The universality of good faith and moral behaviour: A challenge for the principles of Asian contract law, Mary E. Hiscock


Feedback, Mark Israel, Natalie Skead, Kate Galloway, Mary Heath, Anne Hewitt, and Alex Steel

Dealing with resistance to change by legal academics, Nick James

The internationalisation of legal education: General report for the Vienna Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, 20–26 July 2014, Christophe Jamin and William van Caenegem


Good evidence, safe outcomes in parenting matters involving domestic violence? Understanding family report writing practice from the perspective of professionals working in the Family Law system, Samatha Jeffries, Rachael Field, Helena Menih, and Zoe Rathus

Data analytics and consumer profiling: Finding appropriate privacy principles for discovered data, Nancy King and Jay Forder


The global data protection implications of ‘Brexit’, Chrisptopher Kuner, Dan Svantesson, Fred H. Cate, Orla Lynskey, and Christopher Millard

Seeking new directions in dispute resolution mechanisms: Do we need a revised mutual agreement procedure?, Michelle Markham

Australia, Michelle Markham and Jonathon Spencer

CookieConsumer: Tracking online behavioural advertising in Australia, Kate Mathews Hunt

Taming the unruly horse? The New York convention’s public policy exception to the enforcement of arbitral awards, Winnie Jo-Mei Ma and Helena Hsi-Chia Chen

Breaking the cycle of discrimination? Traveller/Roma housing exclusion and the European Convention on Human Rights, Darren O'Donovan

Protecting children from harm in juvenile detention, Jodie O'Leary


Rethinking youth justice: there are alternatives to juvenile detention, Jodie O'Leary


Ong on Contrubution, Denis Ong

Bitcoin: Consumer protection and regulatory challenges, Louise Parsons


'You'll need my fingerprint': are police allowed to search your phone?, Matthew Raj


Safety alert for treadmills in health & fitness facilities in Australia: Results from a pilot study of an observational audit tool, Betul Sekendiz, Shannon E. Gray, Kevin Norton, Patrick Keyzer, Joachim Dietrich, JoAnn M. Eickhoff-Shemek, and Caroline Finch

Article 4(1)(a) 'establishment of the controller' in EU data privacy law - time to rein in this expanding concept?, Dan Svantesson

Cross border data transfers after the CJEU’s safe harbour decision: A tale of Gordian knots, Dan Svantesson

Enforcing privacy across different jurisdictions, Dan Svantesson


International law and order in cyberspace—cloud computing and the need to revisit the foundations of “jurisdiction”, Dan Svantesson

Jurisdiction in 3D – “scope of (remedial) jurisdiction” as a third dimension of jurisdiction, Dan Svantesson


Nostradamus lite - selected speculations as to the future of internet jurisdiction, Dan Svantesson

Private international law and the internet (3rd ed.), Dan Svantesson


The CJEU’s Weltimmo data privacy ruling: Lost in the data privacy turmoil, yet so very important case C-230/14 Weltimmo, EU:C:2015:639, Dan Svantesson

The Hague conference’s “Judgments Project” 2.0—how will it work in relation to e-commerce?, Dan Svantesson

The new phenomenon of cyber law, Dan Svantesson


Against 'Against data exceptionalism', Dan J B Svantesson

Internet jurisdiction: Today and in the future., Dan J B Svantesson

Law enforcement access to evidence via direct contact with cloud providers – identifying the contours of a solution, Dan Svantesson and Lodewijk van Zwieten

Agriculture in a gas era: A comparative analysis of Queensland and British Columbia’s agricultural land protection and unconventional gas regimes, Madeline Taylor and Susanne Taylor

The ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ effects of FDI technology spillovers: Some evidence, Xiaowen Tian, Vai Io Lo, and Moxi Song


Local to global: Provenance branding and farmer co-operation for high value export markets, William van Caenegem, Jen Cleary, and Lucie Treguier


Juvenile fitness for trial: Lawyer and youth justice officer professional survey, Bruce Watt, Jodie O'Leary, and Suzanne O'Toole

Ethical practice and professional decision-making, Michael Weir

Granting of shale gas licences land access and property rights in Australia, Michael Weir

Mediator standards of conduct: A commentary to the revised National Mediator Accreditation System Practice Standards, Bobette Wolski

LexisNexis questions and answers - Civil procedure, Hugh Zillmann and Andrew Hemming

Documents from 2015

Popular participation in labour law: the new labour dispute resolution tribunal, Takashi Araki and Leon Wolff


Review of the book The nature of inquisitorial processes in administrative regimes: Global perspectives, by Laverne Jacobs and Sasha Baglay (eds), Narelle Bedford


Submission by Assistant Professor Narelle Bedford to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications Legislation in relation to the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Standing) Bill 2015 - Submission 129, Narelle Bedford


Preliminary submission by Narelle Bedford and Diana Knight to the Queensland Law Reform Commission in relation to the review of the Neighborhood Disputes (dividing fences and trees) Act 2011 (Qld), Narelle Bedford and Diana Knight

Boosting law graduate employability: Using a pro bono teaching clinic to facilitate experiential learning in commercial law subjects, Francina Cantatore

Intellectual Property Rights and the PPSA: Challenges for interest holders, creditors and practitioners, Francina Cantatore

Joint initiatives: Using a pro bono teaching clinic to prepare law students for legal practice and promote community service, Francina Cantatore


The Australian Consumer Law in the digital sphere, Francina Cantatore

Intellectual property rights management in small and medium-sized social enterprises in Australia, Francina Cantatore and Elizabeth Crawford-Spencer

Strategies for intellectual property protection in the third sector, Francina Cantatore and Elizabeth Crawford-Spencer

Intellectual Property Rights management in small and medium size social enterprise in Australia, Francina Cantatore and Elizabeth Crawford Spencer

Romancing the PPSA: Challenges for instructors in teaching and reconciling new concepts with traditional norms, Francina Cantatore and Ian Stevens

Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia: Cases and Commentary, Eric Colvin, John McKechnie, and Jodie O'Leary