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Allison, Fiona (2014) A limited right to equality: evaluating the effectiveness of racial discrimination law for Indigenous Australians through an access to justice lens. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 17 (2). pp. 3-25.
Allison, Fiona, Cunneen, Chris, and Schwartz, Mel (2013) The Civil and family law needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia: the Indigenous Legal Needs Project II. In: Presentations from the National Association of Community Legal Centre Conference. From: National Association of Community Legal Centre Conference, 24-26 July 2013, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Brown, David, Cunneen, Chris, Schwartz, Melanie, Stubbs, Julie, and Young, Courtney (2016) Justice Reinvestment: winding back imprisonment. Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology . Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY, USA.
Baldry, Eileen, Carlton, Bree, and Cunneen, Chris (2015) Abolitionism and the paradox of penal reform in Australia: Indigenous women, colonial patriarchy and co-option. Social Justice, 41 (3). pp. 168-189.
Bond, Christine, Jeffries, Samantha, Loban, Heron, and Cerruto, Michael (2011) Exploring Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Sentencing in Queensland. Report. Queensland University of Technology, James Cook University, Queensland.
Baldry, Eileen, Brown, Mark, and Cunneen, Chris (2011) Introduction. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 44 (1). pp. 4-6.
Cunneen, Chris, and Rowe, Simone (2015) Decolonising Indigenous victimisation. In: Wilson, Dean, and Ross, Stuart, (eds.) Crime, Victims and Policy: international contexts, local experiences. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 10-32.
Cunneen, Chris, and Goldson, Barry (2015) Restorative justice? A critical analysis. In: Goldson, Barry, and Muncie, John, (eds.) Youth Crime and Justice. Sage, London, UK, pp. 137-156.
Cunneen, Chris, Allison, Fiona, and Schwartz, Melanie (2014) Access to justice for Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 49 (2). pp. 219-240.
Cunneen, Chris (2010) Alternative and Improved Responses to Domestic and Family Violence In Queensland Indigenous Communities. Report. Department of Communities, Queensland Government, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Cunneen, Chris (2010) Reviews of Justice in transition: community restorative justice in Northern Ireland (Anna Eriksson; Uffculme: Willan Publishing, 2009) and Torture, truth and justice: the case of Timor-Leste (Elizabeth Stanley; Abingdon: Routledge, 2009). Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 43 (2). pp. 376-380.
Cunneen, Chris (2009) Criminology, criminal justice and Indigenous people: a dysfunctional relationship? Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 20 (3). pp. 323-336.
Cunneen, Chris (2008) Changing the neo-colonial impacts of juvenile justice. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 20 (1). pp. 43-58.
Cunneen, Chris, and Schwartz, Melanie (2008) Funding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services: issues of equity and access. Criminal Law Journal, 32 (1). pp. 38-53.
Cunneen, Chris (2008) Indigenous anger and the criminogenic effects of the criminal justice system. In: Day, Andrew, Nakata, Martin, and Howells, Kevin, (eds.) Anger and Indigenous Men: understanding and responding to violent behaviour. Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, Australia, pp. 37-46.
Cunneen, Chris (2008) Young people and juvenile justice. In: Monahan, Geoff, and Young, Lisa, (eds.) Children and the Law in Australia. LexisNexis , Australia, pp. 187-203.
Cunneen, Chris (2007) Crime, justice and Indigenous people. In: Barclay, Elaine, Donnermeyer, Joseph F., Scott, John, and Hogg, Russell, (eds.) Crime in Rural Australia. Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, Australia, pp. 142-153.
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.
de Plevitz, Loretta, and Loban, Heron (2009) Access to information on civil law for remote and rural indigenous peoples. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7 (15). pp. 22-25.
Floyd, Louise (2013) Book review of "Control of Government Action: text, cases and commentaries" by Robin Creyke and John McMillan, LexisNexis, Australia. Hearsay, 59. p. 1.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Submission: Justice and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014. Report. Legal Affairs & Community Safety Committee, Queensland Parliament, QLD, Australia.
Galloway, Kate (2009) Practising in native title: the lawyer as god, but what about country? In: Presentations from the 64th Annual Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference, pp. 1-32. From: ALTA 2009 64th Annual Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference, 5-8 July 2009, Sydney, NSW, Australia. (Unpublished)
Galloway, Kate (2006) Is native title law destroying native title? In: Presentations from James Cook University Native Title Studies Centre Seminar Series, pp. 1-28. From: James Cook University Native Title Studies Centre Seminar Series, 26 April 2006, Cairns, QLD, Australia. (Unpublished)
Johnson, Sean (2009) Different strokes for different folks: regulation of publicly funded incorporated legal services. James Cook University Law Review, 16. pp. 63-89.
Shircore, Mandy (2015) Creating a comprehensive clinical and capstone experience for regional law students. In: ALTA Conference Abstracts. From: Australasian Law Teachers Association Annual Conference 2015 , 18-18 July 2015, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Schwartz, Melanie, Allison, Fiona, and Cunneen, Chris (2013) The civil and family law needs of Indigenous people in Victoria. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
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.
Schwartz, Melanie, and Cunneen, Chris (2009) Working harder and working cheaper: inequity in funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7 (10). pp. 19-22.