Public and Administrative Law (Books and Journals)
- Australian Economic Review From Nbr. 51-1, March 2018 to Nbr. 51-1, March 2018 Wiley, 2021
- University of Western Australia Law Review From Nbr. 48-1, November 2020 to Nbr. 48-1, November 2020
- Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal From Nbr. 34-1, June 2020 to Nbr. 34-1, June 2020 The Maritim Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2020
- University of Western Sydney Law Review From Nbr. 18, January 2014 to Nbr. 18, January 2014 University of Western Sydney, School of Law, 2009
- Elder Law Review From Nbr. 12, January 2019 to Nbr. 12, January 2019 University of Western Sydney, School of Law, 2009
- Melbourne Journal of Politics From Nbr. 37, January 2015 to Nbr. 37, January 2015 Department of Political Science, University of Melbourne, 2009
- Melbourne University Law Review From Vol. 44 Nbr. 3, April 2021 to Vol. 44 Nbr. 3, April 2021 Melbourne University Law Review, 2009
- INSTITUTIONAL ADAPTATION AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE.
- RISK AND UNCERTAINTY IN PUBLIC INTEREST JOURNALISM: THE IMPACT OF ESPIONAGE LAW ON PRESS FREEDOM.
- THE RISE OF JUDICIAL SELF-GOVERNANCE IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM.
- THE INTEGRITY OF COURTS: POLITICAL CULTURE AND A CULTURE OF POLITICS.
- THE CHALLENGE FOR COURTS IN A MODERATELY RIGID CONSTITUTION.
- THE QUIET DEMISE OF DECLARATIONS OF INCONSISTENCY UNDER THE VICTORIAN CHARTER.
- THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ROYAL PREROGATIVE AND STATUTE IN AUSTRALIA.
- CONSTRUCTIVE TRUSTS AND DISCRETION IN AUSTRALIA: TAKING STOCK.
- EVIDENCE OF 'EVERGREENING' IN SECONDARY PATENTING OF BLOCKBUSTER DRUGS.
- CONTRACTUAL AUTONOMY, PUBLIC POLICY AND THE PROTECTIVE DOMAIN OF LABOUR LAW.
- THE ENVIRONMENT IS ALL RIGHTS: HUMAN RIGHTS, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS.
- AN EVALUATION OF THE MECHANISMS DESIGNED TO PROMOTE SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY IN THE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ACT 2010 (VIC).
- OBLIGATIONS OF CONDUCT: PUBLIC LAW - TREATY ADVICE.
- MANN V PATERSON CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD: THE INTERSECTION OF DEBT, DAMAGES AND QUANTUM MERUIT.
- MUTILATING WORDS.
- CLARITY AND COMPLEXITY IN THE BIAS RULE.
Disaster Risk Reduction, Vulnerability and the Law: A Case for Including Animals
The 2009 Black Saturday Bushfires revealed animals' profound vulnerability to natural hazards. Since then, multiple Australian states have introduced planning instruments to improve outcomes for animals in disasters. While a welcome trend, these instruments primarily focus on the acute phases of emergency preparedness and response. However, the disaster management cycle is broader than this,...
- Rights of nature as a response to the Anthropocene
Rights, reasons, and international norms
This article focuses on access to environmental justice. In particular, the article focuses on the right to remedy and redress articulated in Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration 1992 and the effective transposition of the principle in domestic law by interrogating three recent decisions from the senior courts in England and Wales, Ireland, and New Zealand concerning the reasons given for...
Addressing carbon and climate change through environmental impact assessment: A case study of Western Australian LNG and the 'Burrup Hub' project
Where specific climate change policy and legal frameworks are lacking, environmental impact assessment (EIA) processes are being relied upon to understand and address climate impacts of major projects. This paper examines the adequacy and outcomes of State and Commonwealth EIA processes as applied to the rapidly expanding liquified natural gas (LNG) industry and the "Burrup Hub" development. It...
The legal geographies of the troposphere
Legal geographies of space, time and the material world have occupied significant attention from scholars engaged in legal geography endeavours. Australia and the Asia-Pacific region's legal geography scholarship has shown a predisposition towards engagement with environmental issues and the concomitant materialities. Increasingly, there is recognition that these materialities are not always...
- Environmental, Planning and Climate Law in Queensland
Law, Interdisciplinarity and 'Wicked' Problems
This article argues that law, as a discipline, and regulation can contribute to the resolution of 'wicked' problems, such as agricultural diffuse source pollution, but that it necessitates an integration of other disciplines. While interdisciplinarity is not foreign to law, it, largely, fails to engage with theoretical frameworks and methodology to facilitate and ensure the integrity of such...
Germany's Climate Change Agenda: A Critical Overview
Germany's economy is the fourth-largest economy behind the US, China, and Japan, with a strong industrial base and many energy-intensive industries. Germany has been and continues to be a significant emitter of greenhouse gases (GHG). Germany has also taken on a leadership role in supporting emission reductions internationally, e.g., within the UNFCCC framework and the European Union (EU), which...
- Legal Geography: perspectives and methods
- Introduction by Guest Editors
Opportunities for 'next generation' climate litigation in Western Australia
An international wave of novel or "next generation" climate litigation is emerging, which embraces innovative legal arguments to respond to climate change through the courts. This article analyses future prospects for novel climate change litigation in Western Australia, focusing on claims in tort law and corporate law. It highlights key issues and opportunities associated with these claims in...
Statues and status: The legal geography of landscape values and belonging
This article concerns a conflict over a statue, built in the Margaret River wine region, in contravention of the Planning and Development Act 2005 (WA). The statue was granted retrospective approval by the state tribunal. However, throughout and following the controversy, the legal geographies of the statue and the landscape became contested. It was framed by disagreement about the...
How does the Land and Environment Court clinical program for law students facilitate access to environmental justice?
The Land and Environment Court Clinic is a collaborative clinical placement initiative for Macquarie University law students to develop their practical legal skills and understanding of their legal and ethical obligations towards the court, their clients, their peers and the community. This article discusses the program and considers its benefits not only for students, but in the broader sense of
- Water Regulation and coal seam gas