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Crowley-Cyr, Lynda (2002) 'A burger with the works please, hold the prions!': could statutory importation authorities be liable in torts if vCJD occurs in Australia? Griffith Law Review, 11 (2). pp. 377-407.

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Dabner, Justin (2015) Linking the Tōkyō Emissions Trading Scheme. Journal of Japanese Law, 20 (39). pp. 169-198.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Resolving Australian tax controversies of the future: does the European convention on human rights suggest a better way? In: Annual Tax Research Network Conference. From: 24th Tax Research Network Conference, 9-10 September 2015, Hull, United Kingdom.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Japanese tax mission 2015: Australian tax practice. In: Japanese Tax Mission. From: Japanese Tax Mission, 19-25 September 2015, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Resolving Australian tax controversies: does the tax jurisprudence under the European Convention on human rights suggest a better way? In: Presentations from the 24th Annual Tax Research Network Conference. From: 24th Annual Tax Research Network Conference, 9-10 September 2015, Hull, UK.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Three ways to skin a cat: fiscal responses to climate change: Australia, California and Tokyo compared. In: Presentations from the The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference. From: SLS 2016: The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference: legislation and the role of the judiciary, 1-4 September 2015, York, UK.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Fiscal responses to climate change in Australia: a comparison with California. In: Presentations from the 2015 Law and Society Association Annual Conference. From: 2015 Law and Society Association Annual Conference, 28-31 May 2015, Seattle, WA, USA.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Taxpayer protection under the European Convention on human rights: lessons for Australia? In: Presentations from the 2015 Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference. From: ATTA 2015: Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference, 19-21 January 2015, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Division 16K: effect of buy-backs of shares. In: Reilly, Jerry, (ed.) Australian Income Tax 1936 Commentary. Thomson Reuters, New York, NY, USA.

Dabner, Justin (2013) [Paragraph 161] Proposed amendments to Pt IVA highlight its conceptual flaws, 01 March 2013. CCH Tax Week, 2013 (8).

Dabner, Justin (2013) [Paragrah 30] Bankers celebrate with Veuve at the Inter-Continental and then dine at Café Sydney. CCH Tax Week, 2013 (2).

Dabner, Justin (2011) Trials and tribulations in teaching tax law: tax it's much more than numbers! In: Presentations from the 23rd Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference. From: 23rd Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference, 19-21 January 2011, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. (Unpublished)

Dabner, Justin (2008) [Paragrah 1105] CGT and non-residents: the saga continues. CCH Tax Week, 2008 (49).

Dabner, Justin (2008) The Australian Tax Office/Tax Profession Partnership: lessons from a pilot interview program. Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform, 23 (1). pp. 29-48.

Davies, Chris (2006) Criminal law and assaults in sport: an Australian and Canadian perspective. Criminal Law Journal, 30. pp. 151-158.

Dabner, Justin (2005) Commentary on 108-A of ITAA 1997: CGT asset rules. In: Murray-Jones, Ian, (ed.) Australian Tax Practice. Thomson Legal and Regulatory, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia, - .

Dabner, Justin (2005) There are too many witchdoctors in our tax courts: is there a better way? Revenue Law Journal, 15 (1). pp. 36-49.

Dabner, Justin (2003) Commentary on Division 220 of ITAA 1997: Trans-Tasman triangular imputation. In: Murray-Jones, Ian, (ed.) Australian Tax Practice. Thomson Legal and Regulatory, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia, - .

Dabner, Justin (2003) New Zealand proposals for the taxation of foreign investment: a view from across the Tasman. New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy, 9 (3). pp. 261-266.

Dabner, Justin (2000) The spin of a coin: in search of a workable GAAR. Journal of Australian Taxation, 3 (3). pp. 232-252.

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Fiddick, Larry (2004) Natural law and natural selection: deontic reasoning as part of evolved human nature. In: Crawford, Charles, and Salmon, Catherine, (eds.) Evolutionary Psychology, Public Policy and Personal Decisions. Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, New Jersey, USA, pp. 169-194.

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Holland, Claire, and Taylor, Donnalee (2016) Was that said with a smile?: factors influencing effective online negotiations. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 27. pp. 103-110.

Holland, Claire, and Taylor, Donnalee (2016) Was that said with a smile? Factors influencing effective online negotiations. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 27 (2). pp. 103-110.

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Kidd, Garry, and Place, Chantelle (2014) Effects of gender and sexual orientation on perceptions towards victims of child sex abuse. Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 2 (3). pp. 367-373.

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Middleton, Thomas H. (2007) A proposal for a uniform Australian regulatory model. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Middleton, Tom (2005) The High Court's decision in Rich v ASIC [2004] HCA 42 and its potential impact upon ASIC's disqualification orders, banning orders and oral examinations. Company and Securities Law Journal, 23 (4). pp. 248-263.

Middleton, Thomas (2004) ASIC's investigation and enforcement powers - current issues and suggested reforms. Company and Securities Law Journal, 22 (8). pp. 503-530.

Middleton, Tom (2003) The difficulties of applying civil evidence and procedure rules in ASIC's civil penalty proceedings under the Corporations Act. Company and Securities Law Journal, 21 (8). pp. 507-529.

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Petherick, Wayne, and Sinnamon, Grant (2013) Motivations: offender and victim perspectives. In: Petherick, Wayne, (ed.) Profiling and Serial Crime: theoretical and practical issues. Elsevier, MA, USA, pp. 393-430.

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Reynolds, Henry (2013) Property, sovereignty and self-determination in Australia. In: Larmour, Peter, (ed.) The Governance of Common Property in the Pacific Region. Australian National University E Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 123-126.

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Surbey, Michele K. (2011) Adaptive significance of low levels of self-deception and cooperation in depression. Evolution and Human Behavior, 32 (1). pp. 29-40.

Surbey, Michele K. (2011) A brief narrative on development, subconscious processes, mating behaviour, and history of evolutionary psychology. In: Wang, Xiao-Tian, and Su, Yan-Jie, (eds.) Thus Spake Evolutionary Psychologists. Peking University Press, Beijing, China, pp. 167-177.

Secher, Ulla (2006) The doctrine of tenure in Australia post-Mabo: replacing the 'feudal fiction' with the 'mere radical title fiction' - Part 1. Australian Property Law Journal, 13 (2). pp. 107-139.

Secher, Ulla (2006) The doctrine of tenure in Australia post-Mabo: replacing the 'feudal fiction' with the 'mere radical title fiction'-part 2. Australian Property Law Journal, 13 (2). pp. 140-178.

Secher, Ulla (2004) The reception of land law into the Australian colonies Post-Mabo: the continuity and recognition doctrines revisited and the emergence of the doctrine of 'continuity pro-tempore'. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 27 (3). pp. 703-735.

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Turton, David (2010) Wading in: environmental governance and Queensland's Clean Waters Act 1971. James Cook University Law Review, 17. pp. 46-82.

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