Publications by: Jamie Fellows

Also publishes as (Jamie Douglas Fellows, Jamie D. Fellows)

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Chong, Mark David, Fellows, Jamie, Jose, Sonny, Francis, Abraham P., and Williams, Kelly-Ann (2017) The prevalence of mental illness within the Indian criminal justice system. In: Chong, Mark David, and Francis, Abraham P., (eds.) Demystifying Criminal Justice Social Work in India. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, USA, pp. 50-81.

Fellows, Jamie (2017) Voters’ dislike of politics makes fixed four-year parliamentary terms look appealing. The Conversation, 24 February 2017. p. 1.

Fellows, Jamie (2016) The Queensland Referendum and fixed four-year parliamentary terms: why the 'yes' vote won. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 2 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) The states have gone that way, but fixed four-year federal terms are unlikely. The Conversation, 28 March 2016.

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Legal institutions and processes: an integral component of legal pedagogy. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 2 (1).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Ambiguity of unlawful stalking – s 359B(d)(i) knowledge on the part of the victim. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (3).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Discerning the purpose of the Criminal Code: The Dworkins' principled-based approach in unlawful stalking. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (3).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Queensland's anti-stalking laws: when knowledge matters. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (3).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) The purpose of unlawful stalking laws and the rationale for state coercion. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (3).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Dr Haneef and a miscarriage of justice! Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Non-statutory executive powers and the exclusion of procedural fairness: when procedural fairness doesn't matter. Resjudicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Tattoos, body piercing and cosmetic surgery: mere personal adornment or non-fatal criminal offences? Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Defining social media: the importance of historical context. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

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) Importance of a theoretical framework in the regulation of social media. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Liberalism and technology. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Some closing remarks on regulating social media. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1.

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Towards a regulatory framework in the regulation of social media. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) What are the limits of state coercion when it comes to regulating social media? Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) The inner conflict of liberalism in defining the limits to state coercion in relation to 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).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) The limits to regulating social media – a dualist construction of the technical and philosophical. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 1 (2).

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Council of Civil Service Unions v Minister for the Civil Service [1985] 1 AC 374. Res Judicata: contemporary issues in administrative and public law, 16 February 2016.

Fellows, Jamie (2016) Book review of "Justice in Asia and the Pacific Region, 1945–1952: Allied war crimes prosecutions" by Yuma Totani. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 2015. ISBN: 978-1-107-08762-0. Itinerario, 40 (2). pp. 314-316.

Fellows, Jamie Douglas, and Chong, Mark David (2016) Extra-curial punishment in criminal law sentencing: a principles-based approach. Southern Cross University Law Review, 18. pp. 59-80.

Fellows, Jamie, and Chong, Mark David (2015) Secessionism in Northern Queensland and the Torres Strait Islands: reality or fantasy? James Cook University Law Review, 21. pp. 89-103.

Chong, Mark David, and Fellows, Jamie D. (2014) Crime and mental health: implications for social work practice. In: Francis, Abraham P., (ed.) Social Work in Mental Health: contexts and theories for practice. SAGE, New Delhi, India, pp. 182-204.

Chong, Mark David, Fellows, Jamie, and Richards, Frank (2013) Sentencing the 'victimised criminal': delineating the uncertain scope of mitigatory extra-curial punishment. Sydney Law Review, 35 (2). pp. 379-406.

Galloway, Kathrine, Bradshaw, Rachel, Dunbar, Neil, and Fellows, Jamie (2011) Approaches to student support in the first year of law school. Legal Education Review, 21 (1-2). 235-249 .

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