Publications by: Paul Havemann
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Havemann, Paul (2010) The rule of law, betrayal and reparation. In: Berg, Shaun, (ed.) Coming to Terms: Aboriginal Title in South Australia. Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, Australia, pp. 122-147.
Havemann, Paul (2009) Ignoring the mercury in the climate change barometer: denying Indigenous people's rights. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 13 (1). pp. 2-26.
Havemann, Paul (2009) Indigenous peoples human rights. In: Goodhard, Michael, (ed.) Human Rights: politics and practice. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 260-275.
Havemann, Paul (2008) Spatial closures for dugong and turtle management in the Torres Strait: some legal issues and questions. In: Spatial Closures as Possible Management Tools for Community-based Management of Dugongs and Turtles in Torres Strait: outcomes of Torres Strait Spatial Closures Workshop, pp. 19-20. From: Torres Strait Spatial Closures Workshop, 14-16 October 2008, Thursday Island, QLD, Australia.
Havemann, Paul, and Bradshaw, Rachel (2008) Introducing conceptual and contextual literacy for first year LLB students. In: Australasian Law Teachers Association 63rd Annual Conference: the law, the environment, Indigenous peoples: climate for change?, p. 164. From: 2008 Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference: the law, the environment, Indigenous peoples: climate for change?, 6-9 July 2008, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Havemann, Paul (2006) Book review of "Aboriginal Societies and the Common Law: a history of sovereignty, status and self-determination" by P.G. McHugh, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 34 (2). pp. 270-272.
Havemann, Paul (2005) Denial, modernity and exclusion: Indigenous placelessness in Australia. Macquarie Law Journal, 5. pp. 57-80.
Havemann, Paul, Thiriet, Dominique, Marsh, Helene, and Jones, Craig (2005) Traditional use of marine resources agreements and dugong hunting in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 22 (4). pp. 258-280.
Havemann, Paul (2003) Genetic modification, ecological good governance and the law: New Zealand in the age of risk. James Cook University Law Review, 10. pp. 7-50.