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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.
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.
Dawes, Glenn (2007) Risks of reintegration: young offenders perception of making the transition back to their communities. In: Proceedings of the CROCCS 5th International Conference: Overcoming Violence & Poverty, pp. 122-128. From: CROCCS 5th International Conference: Overcoming Violence & Poverty, 3-5 AUG 2007, Mackay, QLD, Australia.
Dillon, Anthony Matthew (2005) A response to the jurisprudence of the High Court in the 'implied rights cases': an autochthonous Australian constitution, popular sovereignty and individual rights? PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Davis, Colleen (2001) The injustice of open justice. James Cook University Law Review, 8. pp. 92-113.
Finch, Pauline Jean (2006) Factors influencing public perceptions of sentencing in regional North Queensland and how these perceptions compare to current legal guidelines. Professional Doctorate (Research) thesis, James Cook University.
Galloway, Kate, and Ardill, Allan (2014) Queensland: a return to the moonlight state? Alternative Law Journal, 39 (1). pp. 3-8.
Galloway, Kathrine (2013) How Queensland is failing to measure up to standards of accountability. Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 24 November 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Queensland political culture: executive dominance trumps civil liberties. Right Now, 11 November 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Women in the institutions of the law. Right Now, 22 October 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Who watches the watchdog? Alternative Law Journal, 38 (2). p. 131.
Henriss-Anderssen, Diana (2000) Mandatory sentencing: the failure of the Australian legal system to protect the human rights of Australians. James Cook University Law Review, 7. pp. 17-29.
Kebbell, Mark R., Hatton, Christopher, and Johnson, Shane D. (2004) Witnesses with intellectual disabilities in court: what questions are asked and what influence do they have? Legal and Criminological Psychology, 9 (1). pp. 23-25.
Smith, Rebecca Ann (2013) Human rights and Australian extractive industries in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region: a case study of Rio Tinto's adherence to the construct of corporate social responsibility. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.
Wheatcroft, Jacqueline M., Wagstaff, Graham F., and Kebbell, Mark R. (2004) The influence of courtroom questioning style on actual and perceived eyewitness confidence and accuracy. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 9 (1). pp. 83-101.