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2004Acting Extraterritorially To Tame Multinational Corporations For Human Rights Violations: Who Should Bell The Cat?Deva, Surya; Law Faculty AdminActing Extraterritorially To Tame Multinational Corporations For Human Rights Violations: Who Should Bell The Cat?, Melbourne Journal of International Law, vol.5,(1),2004,pp 37-65
2004Administering Insolvent Companies: International ComparisonsFridman, Saul; Law Faculty AdminAdministering Insolvent Companies: International Comparisons in Law and Legal Culture in Comparative Perspective, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2004, pp. 368-393
2006Agreed Damages Clauses - Back to the Future?Carter, John; Peden, Elisabeth; Law; Law Faculty AdminAgreed Damages Clauses - Back to the Future?, Journal of Contract Law, vol.22,(2),2006,pp 189-198
2009The Applicability of James’ Model of the Self to the Western Buddhist Experience of Self-transformationEddy, Glenys; Law Faculty AdminThe Applicability of James’ Model of the Self to the Western Buddhist Experience of Self-transformation, Essays from the Australian Association for the Study of Religions Conference, vol.N/A, 2009, pp. 88-100
2007The Application of James' model of the Self to the Understanding of Self-Transformative Experience in Vipassana MeditationEddy, Glenys; Law Faculty AdminThe Application of James' model of the Self to the Understanding of Self-Transformative Experience in Vipassana Meditation, Proceedings of the UWS Psychology and Spirituality Society Annual Conference, University of Western Sydney (2007), vol.N/A,(),2007,pp 60-68
2008Article 29: ReportsBoer, Ben; Law Faculty AdminArticle 29: Reports in The 1972 World Heritage Convention: A Commentary, Oxford University Press, 2008, pp. 335-343
2008Article 34: The Federal ClauseBoer, Ben; Law Faculty AdminArticle 34: The Federal Clause in The 1972 World Heritage Convention: A Commentary, Oxford University Press, 2008, pp. 355-360
2008Article 3: Identification and Delineation of World Heritage PropertiesBoer, Ben; Law Faculty AdminArticle 3: Identification and Delineation of World Heritage Properties in The 1972 World Heritage Convention: A Commentary, Oxford University Press, 2008, pp. 85-102
2004Article 9 Of The Japanese Constitution Revisited In The Light Of International LawNasu, Hitoshi; Law Faculty AdminArticle 9 Of The Japanese Constitution Revisited In The Light Of International Law, Journal of Japanese Law, vol.9,(18),2004,pp 50-66
2010ASIC’s Role as Intervener: When Should the Regulator Intervene in Private Litigation?Bird, Joanna; Law Faculty AdminASIC’s Role as Intervener: When Should the Regulator Intervene in Private Litigation?, Company and Securities Law Journal, vol.28, 7, 2010,pp 460-474
2010Auditors’ Liability for Corporate Fraud: Stone & Rolls Ltd. (in liq) v Moore Stephens (a firm)Mowbray, Jacqueline; Law Faculty AdminAuditors’ Liability for Corporate Fraud: Stone & Rolls Ltd. (in liq) v Moore Stephens (a firm), Commercial Law Quarterly, vol.24, 1,pp 14-20
2013Australian Land LawLane, Patricia; Law Faculty AdminAustralian Land Law in Historical Foundations of Australian Law: Volume I Institutions, Concepts and Personalities, The Federation Press, 2013, pp. 212-244
2013Autonomy, identity and self-knowledge: a new 'solution' to the liberal-communitarian 'problem'?Mowbray, Jacqueline; Law Faculty AdminAutonomy, identity and self-knowledge: a new 'solution' to the liberal-communitarian 'problem'? in Human Rights: Old Problems, New Possibilities, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013, pp. 201-216
2013Autonomy, identity and self-knowledge: a new 'solution' to the liberal-communitarian 'problem'?Mowbray, Jacqueline; Law Faculty AdminAutonomy, identity and self-knowledge: a new 'solution' to the liberal-communitarian 'problem'? in Human Rights: Old Problems, New Possibilities, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013, pp. 201-216
2002Before the High Court : sport and the law : the South Sydney appealFridman, Saul; Law Faculty AdminBefore the High Court : sport and the law : the South Sydney appeal, The Sydney Law Review, vol.24,(4),2002,pp 558-568
2003Challenging Forensic Evidence? Observations on the use of DNA in certain criminal trialsFindlay, Mark; Grix, Julia; Law; Law Faculty AdminChallenging Forensic Evidence? Observations on the use of DNA in certain criminal trials, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, vol.14,(3),2003,pp 269-282
2017The characteristics of reports to the police of child sexual abuse and the likelihood of cases proceeding to prosecution after delays in reportingCashmore, Judy; Parkinson, Patrick; Taylor, Alan; Law; Law; Law Faculty AdminThe characteristics of reports to the police of child sexual abuse and the likelihood of cases proceeding to prosecution after delays in reporting, Child Abuse and Neglect, vol.74, N/A, 2017,pp 49-61
2003China: trade, law and human rightsRedd, Hamish; Tay, Alice; Law Faculty Admin; LawChina: trade, law and human rights in China and the World Trading System: Entering the new millennium, Cambridge University Press, 2003, pp. 156-172
2016Climate change and human rights in the Asia-Pacific: A fragmented approachBoer, Ben; Law Faculty AdminClimate change and human rights in the Asia-Pacific: A fragmented approach in Climate Change and Human Rights: An international and comparative law perspective, Routledge, 2016, pp. 236-255
2016Climate change and human rights in the Asia-Pacific: A fragmented approachBoer, Ben; Law Faculty AdminClimate change and human rights in the Asia-Pacific: A fragmented approach in Climate Change and Human Rights: An international and comparative law perspective, Routledge, 2016, pp. 236-255