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Oxford University Press, 2021
Law and technology expert Professor Kimberlee Weatherall has co-authored this text about key cases and concepts in Australian intellectual property law, drawing attention to approaches taken in other jurisdictions, especially the UK, the EU and the US. Read more
Cambridge University Press, 2021
Crime prevention expert Associate Professor Garner Clancey has co-authored this book about the theory and practice of crime prevention. Now in its third edition, the book argues for a combination of social and situational/ environmental crime prevention strategies as more effective alternatives to policing, criminal justice and 'law and order' approaches. Read more
Federation Press 2021
Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law experts Professor Rosemary Lyster, Associate Professor Ed Couzens and Dr Kate Owens are contributors to the fifth edition of this standard reference work for academics, students and practitioners alike.
The book's focus goes beyond NSW to take account of international as well as national developments. It provides an in-depth analysis of: managing environmental conflict; development, planning and assessment; biodiversity and heritage protection; energy, climate and water law; pollution control; and corporate social responsibility.
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021
Professor Luke Nottage's thought-provoking book uses historical, empirical and doctrinal research from over two decades of work in the field. Taking a comparative approach, the book focuses on Australia and Japan in their attempts to become regional hubs for international arbitration and dispute resolution services in the increasingly influential Asia-Pacific context as well as a global context. Read more
Wolters Kluwer, 2021
Professor Luke Nottage, Associate Director of the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law, has co-edited and contributed to a book that examines Asia-Pacific region initiatives not only to improve support for international commercial arbitration and investor-state dispute settlement, but also to develop alternatives, such as international commercial courts and mediation.
Self, Others and the State: Relations of Criminal Responsibility (Cambridge University Press, 2020) by Professor Arlie Loughnan
Post-Liberal Religious Liberty: Forming Communities of Charity (Cambridge University Press, 2020) by Dr Joel Harrison
Legal Reasoning Across Commercial Disputes: Comparing Judicial and Arbitral Analyses (Oxford University Press, 2020) by Associate Professor Stacie Strong
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: An Assessment of Australia’s Level of Compliance (Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability, 2020) by Emeritus Professor Ron McCallum
Decarbonisation and the Energy Industry: Law, Policy and Regulation in Low-Carbon Energy Markets (Hart Publishing, 2020) co-edited by Associate Professor Penelope Crossley
Children and Young People in Asylum and Refugee Processes: Towards Best Practice (Federation Press, 2020) co-authored by Professor Mary Crock
Experimentalist Competition Law and the Regulation of Markets (Hart Publishing, 2020) by Associate Professor Yane Svetiev
Prosecuting Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes at the International Criminal Court: Practice, Progress and Potential (Cambridge University Press, 2019) by Dr Rosemary Grey
Agricultural Land Use and Natural Gas Extraction Conflicts: A Global Socio-Legal Perspective (Routledge, 2019) co-authored by Dr Madeline Taylor
Women as Constitution-Makers: Case Studies from the New Democratic Era (Cambridge University Press, 2019) co-edited by Professor Helen Irving
ASEAN Consumer Law Harmonisation and Cooperation: Achievements and Challenges (Cambridge University Press, 2019) co-authored by Professor Luke Nottage
Policing Undocumented Migrants: Law, Violence and Responsibility (Routledge, 2018) by Dr Louise Boon-Kuo
Necessary Evil: How to Fix Finance by Saving Human Rights (Oxford University Press, 2018) by Professor David Kinley
The Veiled Sceptre: Reserve Powers of Heads of State in Westminster Systems (Cambridge University Press, 2018) by Professor Anne Twomey