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Bansal, Karnika (2023) The Stage of Law: Examining Performers' Rights in India and Australia's Entertainment Industries. James Cook University Law Review, 29. pp. 109-124.

Bhattarai, Babu Ram, Wright, Wendy, and Morgan, Damian (2021) Review of Nepal’s Protected Area Laws in relation to human wildlife conflict. In: Scott, James A., (ed.) Protected Areas: management, benefits and social impacts. Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology . Nova Science Publishers, New York, NY, USA, pp. 167-198.


Chapple, Louise, Baumfield, Richard, Copp, Richard, Cunningham, Robert, Kalmanath, Akshaya, Floyd, Louise, and Wong, Alex (2023) Company Law An Interactive Approach. John Wiley & Sons, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.


Davies, Chris (2022) From Munich to Christchurch: international sport and the threat of terrorism. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 52 (3). pp. 29-44.

Davies, Chris (2022) Native Title in North and Far North Queensland Thirty Years Post Mabo. James Cook University Law Review, 28. pp. 111-121.

Davies, Chris (2022) Recreation, Music and Duty of Care: Fariss v Axford. James Cook University Law Review, 28. pp. 129-136.

Davies, Chris (2021) Copyright and music: Universal Publishing Pty Ltd v Palmer. James Cook University Law Review, 27. pp. 131-138.

Davies, Chris (2021) Covid-19 and sport post 2020. James Cook University Law Review, 27. pp. 73-85.

Davies, Chris (2021) When the game of golf becomes a nuisance. Malaysian Journal of Sport Science and Recreation, 17 (1). pp. 1-10.

Dunbar, Neil (2021) A critical examination of UEFA's Financial Fair Play Regulations. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Davies, Chris (2020) Civil Liability and Cruise Ships: Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Ltd. James Cook University Law Review, 26. pp. 175-179.

Davies, Chris (2020) Liability for missing tests under the WADA Code. International Sports Law Review, 20 (3). pp. 38-46.

Davies, Chris (2020) Sport and Covid: a question of management and contracts. James Cook University Law Review, 26. pp. 127-139.


Floyd, Louise (2022) Spirits in a Material World: Receivership of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland. Insolvency Law Journal, 30. pp. 152-159.

Floyd, Louise (2021) Celebrating Brisbane State High School's Centenary 1921-2021. Eckersley Print Group, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.


Graw, Stephen (2023) An Introduction to the Law of Contract. Thomson Reuters, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Graw, Stephen, Parker, David, Whitford, Keturah, and Do, Christina (2023) Understanding Business Law. LexisNexis Butterworths, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Gair, Susan, and Zuchowski, Ines (2023) We can't go shopping without police coming': north Queensland’s at-risk youth feel excluded and heavily surveilled. The Conversation, 23 August 2023.

Graw, Stephen (2021) Terminating partnerships by "Accepted Repudiation": revisiting Lord Millett's dicta. The Journal of Business Law, 2021 (1). pp. 1-29.


Hill, Rosemary (2024) Anticipatory co-governance for human rights to sciences across knowledge systems. International Journal of Human Rights, 28 (3). pp. 335-353.


King, Julie, Miles, Deb, Jones, Peter, Gopalkrishnan, Narayan, and Watling, Hannah (2023) Hosting Australian social work students on exchange: the search for equity and mutual benefit between the Global South and North. Australian Social Work, 76 (4). pp. 493-506.


Lavery, Daniel (2023) Native Title as Property: Yunupingu v Commonwealth. James Cook University Law Review, 29. pp. 125-137.


Mihal, Jan (2021) Responding to the over-inclusiveness objection to Hart's theory of law: a causal approach. Jurisprudence, 12 (2). pp. 175-199.


Oliveri, Vicki Antonia, Porter, Glenn, Davies, Chris, and James, Pamela (2024) The Juukan Gorge destruction: a case study in stakeholder-driven and shared values approach to cultural heritage protection. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development. (In Press)

Oates, Fiona (2022) Occupational Trauma Exposure in Child Protection: cause, symptomology, impact and barriers to seeking assistance. In: [Presented at the NSW Child Protection Legal Conference]. From: NSW Child Protection Legal Conference, 26-27 May 2022, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Oliveri, Vicki, Porter, Glenn, James, Pamela, Wise, Jenny, and Davies, Chris (2020) Art crime: discussion on the Dancing Shiva acquisition. Journal Of Criminological Research Policy And Practice, 6 (4). pp. 307-319.


Sims, Kearrin, Banks, Nicola, Engel, Susan, Hodge, Paul, Makuwira, Jonathan, Nakamura, Naohiro, Rigg, Jonathan, Salamanca, Albert, and Yeophantong, Pichamon (2022) Routledge Handbook of Global Development. Routledge International Handbooks . Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

Sims, Kearrin (2022) Shifting boundaries of development and activism: the case of Sombath Somphone. In: Barrow, Amy, and Fuller, Sara, (eds.) Activism and Authoritarian Governance in Asia. Politics in Asia . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 42-55.


Thorley, Craig, Acton, Benjamin, Armstrong, Jesse, Ford, Shanade, and Gundry, Margaret (2022) Are estimates of faces’ ages less accurate when they wear sunglasses or face masks and do these disguises make it harder to later recognise the faces when undisguised? Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 7. 17.


Woellner, Robin (2021) TASA and the life-cycle of a tax practitioner - current law and proposed reform. Australian Tax Forum, 36 (3). pp. 443-514.


Yau, Barry, and Catanzariti, David (2020) At Play in the Field of Dreams: Theorising Attitudes, Perceptions and Practices of Law Students in conjunction with the Reflections of Early Career Commercial Lawyers. Law in Context, 37 (1). pp. 114-133.

Yau, Barry (2020) Reshaping the teaching–research nexus: connecting with students through research blogging (with an autoethnographic perspective) before they become lawyers. The Law Teacher, 54 (2). pp. 261-284.

Yau, Barry, Catanzariti, David, and Atkinson, Joanne (2019) The Information Gap: A comparative study of the paradigms shaping perceptions of career success for law undergraduates and professional legal training students in Australia and the latent implications of non-professional legal career opportunities for law graduates in England. In: Strevens, Caroline, and Field, Rachael, (eds.) Educating for Well-Being in Law: Positive Professional Identities and Practice. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 74-88.

Yau, Barry (2019) The creeping corporatisation of consumer guarantee remedial relief: Implications of Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v LG Electronics Australia Pty Ltd on the Australian Consumer Law. Competition and Consumer Law Journal, 27 (1). pp. 54-75.

Yau, Barry, and Catanzariti, David (2018) Bridging the Information Gap. Law Institute Journal, 2018 (June). pp. 40-43.

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