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Corbett-Jarvis, Nichola (2011) Book review of "Equity and Trusts Commentary and Materials" by G.E. Dal Pont, Thomson Reuters, 5th Edition. James Cook University Law Review, 18. pp. 164-169.
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.
Fellows, Jamie (2016) How the origins and development of 'online technologies' have influenced the legal understanding of social media. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).
Fellows, Jamie (2016) The intersection of law and social media: some preliminary points. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).
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.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Government largess and wealth. Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 25 May 2014.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Submission: Crime and Misconduct and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014. Other. QLD, Australia, Legal Affairs & Community Safety Committee, Queensland Parliament.
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.
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.
Shircore, Mandy (2008) Standardising the standard of the learner driver: Imbree v McNeilly. James Cook University Law Review, 15 (2008). pp. 234-249.