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Galloway, Kate (2012) Husband and wife are two souls in the one flesh... Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 11 February 2012.
Hardy, Samantha, and Rundle, Olivia (2012) Applying the inclusive model of ethical decision making to mediation. James Cook University Law Review, 19. pp. 70-89.
Sungaila, Helen, and Boulot, Peter (2012) A new legal paradigm: towards a jurisprudence based on ecological sovereignty. Maquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law, 8 (1). pp. 1-15.
Donaghey, Corrie, and Galloway, Kate (2011) Analysing conscience votes in Parliament: do churches influence the law? James Cook University Law Review, 18. pp. 84-112.
Secher, Ulla (2010) The concept of 'operational inconsistency' in Australia: implications for native title - the common law and statutory positions. Part II - the development of 'operational inconsistency' in Australian jurisprudence: the Ward High Court decision and beyond. Australian Property Law Journal, 18 (3). pp. 218-244.
Secher, Ulla (2010) The Concept of 'Operational Inconsistency' in Australia: Implications for Native Title - the Common Law and Statutory Positions - Part 1. Australian Property Law Journal, 18 (2). pp. 150-184.
Shircore, Mandy (2010) Lessons learned; accountability and closure: is the coronial process providing what is needed to Indigenous communities? Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, 3 (1 and 2). pp. 55-64.
Shircore, Mandy, and Barrett, Malcolm (2009) Uncomfortable bedfellows: Queensland criminal law and patients' rights to refuse life-sustaining treatment. James Cook University Law Review, 16. pp. 90-121.
Cunneen, Chris (2008) Bringing them home and the contemporary criminalisation of Indigenous young people. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 12 (Special Edition). pp. 46-54.
Davies, Chris (2008) The internal policing of on-field indiscretions in Australian sport. Malaysian Journal of Sport Science and Recreation, 4 (1). pp. 47-61.
Cunneen, Chris, and Luke, Garth (2007) Recidivism and the effectiveness of criminal justice interventions: juvenile offenders and post release support. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 19 (2). pp. 197-210.
Secher, Ulla (2007) The High Court and recognition of Native Title: distinguishing between the doctrines of terra nullius and 'desert and uncultivated'. University of Western Sydney Law Review, 11. pp. 1-39.
Hardy, Samantha (2007) The text of muteness in personal injury litigation. Law Text Culture, 11. pp. 317-334.
Cunneen, Chris (2006) Racism, discrimination and the over-representation of Indigenous people in the criminal justice system: some conceptual and explanatory issues. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 17 (3). pp. 329-346.
Cunneen, Chris (2006) Aboriginal deaths in custody: a continuing systematic abuse. Social Justice, 33 (4). pp. 37-51.
Crowley-Cyr, Lynda, and Caple, Carol (2001) Sex with clients and the ethical lawyer. James Cook University Law Review, 8. pp. 67-77.
Davis, Colleen (2001) The injustice of open justice. James Cook University Law Review, 8. pp. 92-113.
Chesterman, John (2000) Mr Coleman is not entitled to be an agitator. Alternative Law Journal, 25 (4). pp. 191-192.
Chesterman, John (2000) Sue v Hill: one nation, two citizenships, three strikes. Australian Journal of Political Science, 35 (1). pp. 135-136.
Hardy, Samantha (2012) Mediation. In: Christie, Daniel J., (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, pp. 625-629.
Hardy, Samantha (2011) Alternative dispute resolution. In: Christie, Daniel J., (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, pp. 27-31.
Floyd, Louise (2006) Employment and industrial relations. In: Turner, Clive, (ed.) Australian Commercial Law. Australian Commercial Law, 2007 . Lawbook, Pyrmont, NSW, pp. 783-807.
Hardy, Samantha, and Rundle, Olivia (2010) Mediation for Lawyers. CCH Australia Limited, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Spencer, David, and Hardy, Samantha (2009) Dispute Resolution in Australia: cases, commentary and materials. Thomson Reuters, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia.