Professor Ben Saul

BA (Hons) LLB (Hons) (Sydney) DPhil (Oxford)
Challis Chair of International Law

China studies centre

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0354
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Biographical details

  • Professor Ben Saul is Challis Chair of International Law at the University of Sydney, a barrister, and an Associate Fellow of Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs) in London. He is also the Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Visiting Professor of Australian Studies at Harvard University in 2017-18. Ben has expertise in public international law (particularly terrorism, human rights, armed conflict, the use of force, international crimes, development, the United Nations, Antarctica, and the Asia-Pacific). He has published 13 books, 90 refereed articles, and hundreds of other publications; made hundreds of scholarly presentations; and been awarded millions of dollars of research grants (including a prestigious Australian Research Council Future Fellowship). His research has been used in international and national courts and he has been involved in over 130 parliamentary inquiries. His book Defining Terrorism in International Law (Oxford, 2006) is the leading work on the subject, and he is lead author of the Oxford Commentary on the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (2014), awarded a Certificate of Merit by the American Society of International Law. He is among the highest ranked law authors in the world on the Social Sciences Research Network (278th of 316,000; 71st of law authors).
  • Ben has taught law at the Oxford Law Faculty and Oxford Refugee Studies Centre, The Hague Academy of International Law and in China, India, Nepal, Cambodia and Italy. He has also been a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, the Max Planck Institute for International Law in Heidelberg, and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights in Sweden; and given lectures at Cambridge, NYU, LSE and for the UN Audio Visual Library of International Law and the Harvard University Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research.
  • Ben practises as a barrister in international, regional and national courts, including the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. He was lead counsel in five successful national security cases before the UN Human Rights Committee against Australia, including FJ (2016), FKAG (2013), and MMM (2013) (involving the arbitrary indefinite detention and inhuman treatment of 51 refugees on undisclosed security grounds); Hicks (2016) (unlawful military commission conviction at Guantanamo Bay); and Leghaei (2015) (secret security expulsion arbitrarily interfering in family rights).
  • Ben has advised or consulted to the United Nations (including UNODC, UNESCO, UNHCR and OHCHR), the International Committee of the Red Cross, governments, regulators, judiciaries, and NGOs (including Amnesty International, Médecins Sans Frontières and the International Commission of Jurists), and delivered technical assistance in developing countries. He drafted the professional training curriculum on terrorism and international law for the UN Office on Drugs and Crime and is a Rule of Law Expert for the Commonwealth Secretariat. Ben has also undertaken professional missions or field research in numerous countries, including Algeria, Bangladesh, Botswana, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Fiji, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Laos, Namibia, Nepal, Mexico, Myanmar, Palestine, Rwanda, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Thailand, Timor Leste, Turkey, Uganda, Vanuatu, Vietnam and Western Sahara.
  • Ben has served on various professional and international bodies, including the International Law Association’s Committee for the Compensation of Victims of War. He is a member of the Law Council of Australia’s National Human Rights Committee and serves on the editorial boards of the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism in The Hague and the Indonesian Journal of International Law. Previously he was Director of the Sydney Centre for International Law, Editor in Chief of the Australian International Law Journal, President of Australia’s Refugee Advice and Casework Service, a member of NSW Legal Aid’s Human Rights Committee, and Vice-President of Sydney PEN. He formerly worked as a Legal Officer at the Australian Law Reform Commission.
  • Ben frequently comments in the international media, including writing opinion in The New York Times and appearing in the BBC, CNN, ABC, Radio France, Voice of America, Voice of Russia, Al Jazeera, Radio Free Europe, The Economist, The Guardian, Le Monde, China Daily, Xinhua, The Huffington Post, El Pais, South China Morning Post, The Straights Times, Al Ahram, Haaretz, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. He has a doctorate in law from Oxford and honours degrees in Arts (Australian Literature and History) and Law, and two University Medals, from the University of Sydney.

Research interests

  • Public international law
  • Counter-Terrorism law
  • International humanitarian law
  • International law on the use of force
  • International criminal law
  • International human rights law
  • International environmental law
  • Law and development

Current research students

Project title Research student
Making War and Making Law: The Generation of International Legal Norms to Regulate Private Military Violence Katherine FALLAH

Associations

  • Barrister, NSW

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected publications

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Books

  • Saul, B. (2016). Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights: International and Regional Jurisprudence. United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Boer, B., Hirsch, P., Johns, F., Saul, B., Scurrah, N. (2016). The Mekong: A Socio-legal Approach to River Basin Development. Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Saul, B., Kinley, D., Mowbray, J. (2014). The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Commentary, Cases, and Materials. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B., Sherwood, S., McAdam, J., Stephens, T., Slezak, J. (2012). Climate Change and Australia: Warming to the Global Challenge. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Saul, B. (2006). Defining Terrorism in International Law. UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Crock, M., Saul, B., Dastyari, A. (2006). Future Seekers II: Refugees and Irregular Migration in Australia. Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Crock, M., Saul, B. (2002). Future Seekers: Refugees and the Law in Australia. Australia: Federation Press.

Edited Books

  • Saul, B., Akande, D. (2017). Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2016). The Travaux Preparatoires of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1966 (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2015). Antarctica in International Law. Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Renshaw, C. (2014). Human Rights in Asia and the Pacific: Critical Concepts in Asian Studies Volumes I - IV. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2014). Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nasu, H., Saul, B. (2013). Human Rights in the Asia Pacific Region: Towards Institution Building. Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Terrorism. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Book Chapters

  • Saul, B. (2017). Terrorism (Forthcoming). In John R.W.D. Jones QC, Misa Zgonec-Rozej (Eds.), Blackstone's International Criminal Practice. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2017). Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). In Ben Saul, Dapo Akande (Eds.), Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2017). The Crime of Terrorism within the Jurisdiction of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights: Article 28G of the AU's Malabo Protocol 2014 (Forthcoming). In Charles Jalloh, Kamari Clarke, Vincent Nmehielle (Eds.), African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples' Rights in Context.
  • Saul, B. (2016). Australia and International Counter-Terrorism Law and Practice (Forthcoming). In Donald Rothwell, Emily Crawford (Eds.), International Law in Australia. Australia: Thomson Reuters.
  • Saul, B. (2016). Defining Terrorism: A Conceptual Minefield (Forthcoming). In Andreas Gofas, Richard English, Stathis N. Kalyvas, Erica Chenoweth (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2016). Improving Respect for International Humanitarian Law by Non-state Armed Groups. Humanitarian Engagement with Non-state Armed Groups, (pp. 39-52). United Kingdom: The Royal Institute of International Affairs. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2016). Introduction: The Drafting of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, 1948–1966 (Forthcoming). In Ben Saul (Eds.), The Travaux Preparatoires of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1966 (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T., Horne, A. (2015). Chronology of Legally Significant Events. In Ben Saul, Tim Stephens (Eds.), Antarctica in International Law, (pp. xxvii-liv). Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Heath, K. (2015). Cyber terrorism. In Nicholas Tsagourias, Russell Buchan (Eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Cyberspace, (pp. 147-167). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2015). Introduction: Antarctica in International Law. In Ben Saul, Tim Stephens (Eds.), Antarctica in International Law, (pp. lv-lxxii). Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2015). Migrating to Australia with Disabilities: Non-Discrimination and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In Mary Crock (Eds.), Migrants and Rights, (pp. 417-447). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2015). Old and New Terrorist Threats: What Form Will They Take and How Will States Respond? In M. Cherif Bassiouni (Eds.), Globalization and Its Impact on the Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice, (pp. 281-307). Cambridge: Intersentia Publishing Ltd.
  • Saul, B. (2015). Terrorism as a legal concept. In Genevieve Lennon, Clive Walker (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Law and Terrorism, (pp. 19-37). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2015). Terrorism as a transnational crime. In Neil Boister, Robert Currie (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Transnational Criminal Law, (pp. 394-408). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2014). Security and Fairness in Australian Public Law. In M Groves (Eds.), Modern Administrative Law in Australia: Concepts and Context, (pp. 93-118). Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2014). Terrorism and international humanitarian law. In B Saul (Eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism, (pp. 208-231). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Flanagan, M. (2014). Torture and counter-terrorism. In B Saul (Eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism, (pp. 379-400). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2013). Protecting Refugees in the Global 'War on Terror'. In James C. Hathaway (Eds.), Human Rights And Refugee Law, (pp. 356-378). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2013). The Special Tribunal for Lebanon and Terrorism as an International Crime: Reflections on the Judicial Function. In William A. Schabas, Yvonne McDermott, Niamh Hayes (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives, (pp. 79-99). Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Saul, B. (2013). Wikileaks: Information Messiah or Global Terrorist? In D. Baldino (Eds.), Spooked: The truth about intelligence in Australia, (pp. 207-239). Sydney, Australia: NewSouth Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Civilising the Exception: Universally Defining Terrorism. In A Masferrer (Eds.), Post 9/11 and the State of Permanent Legal Emergency: Security and Human Rights in Countering Terrorism, (pp. 79-100). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Criminality and Terrorism. In A Salinas de Frias, K Samuel and N White (Eds.), Counter-Terrorism: International Law and Practice, (pp. 133-170). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Terrorism and international criminal law: questions of (in)coherence and (il)legitimacy. In G Boas, W Schabas and M Scharf (Eds.), International Criminal Justice: Legitimacy and Coherence, (pp. 190-230). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2012). The Emerging International Law of Terrorism. In B Saul (Eds.), Terrorism, (pp. 67-87). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2011). '"Why do they hate us?".. They hate our freedoms': The globalisation of terrorism and counter-terrorism. In Shawkat Alam, Natalie Klein and Juliette Overland (Eds.), Globalisation and the Quest for Social and Environmental Justice: The Relevance of International Law in an Evolving World Order, (pp. 207-234). London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Saul, B., Mowbray, J., Baghoomians, I. (2011). Resistance to Regional Human Rights Cooperation in The Asia-Pacific: Demythologizing Regional Exceptionalism by Learning from the Americas, Europe and Africa. In H Nasu and B Saul (Eds.), Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region: Towards Institution Building, (pp. 107-126). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • McAdam, J., Saul, B. (2010). An Insecure Climate for Human Security? Climate-Induced Displacement and International Law. In Alice Edwards and Carla Ferstman (Eds.), Human Security and Non-Citizens: Law, Policy and International Affairs, (pp. 357-403). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Climate Change and Resource Scarcity: Towards an International Law of Distributive Justice. In Rosemary Lyster (Eds.), In the Wilds of Climate Law, (pp. 71-96). Australia: Australian Academic Press.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Julius Stone and the Question of Palestine in International Law. In Helen Irving, Jacqueline Mowbray and Kevin Walton (Eds.), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, (pp. 238-261). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Saul, B. (2009). The Equivalent Logic of Torture and Terrorism: Legal Regulation of Moral Monstrosity. In Stritzke, W; Lewandowsky, S; Denemark, D; Clare, J; Morgan (Eds.), Terrorism and Torture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, (pp. 44-62). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2009). The Implementation of the Genocide Convention at the National Level. In Gaeta, Paola~ (Eds.), The UN Genocide Convention: A Commentary, (pp. 58-83). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Branding Enemies: Regional Legal Responses to Terrorism in Asia. In HHL Roque (Eds.), Asia-Pacific Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, (pp. 110-134). The Philippines: Institute of International Legal Studies.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Foreword. In P Rainey & B Saul (Eds.), Youth Writes: An Anthology of Young Australians' Writing. The Youth Writes Committee.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Forgiving Terrorism: Trading Justice for Peace, or Imperiling the Peace? In Gani, M and Mathew, P (Eds.), Fresh Perspectives on the War on Terror, (pp. 189-206). Canberra: ANU E Press.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Wearing Thin: Restrictions on Islamic Headscarves and Other Religious Symbols. In Jane McAdam (Eds.), Forced Migration, Human Rights and Security, (pp. 181-212). Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2007). Australian Administrative Law:The Human Rights Dimension. In Matthew Groves and H. P. Lee (Eds.), Australian Administrative Law: Fundamentals, Principles and Doctrines, (pp. 50-76). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2007). Defining Terrorism to Protect Human Rights. In Deborah Staines (Eds.), Interrogating the War on Terror: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (pp. 190-210). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2007). The Curious Element of Motive in Definitions of Terrorism: Essential Ingredient or Criminalising Thought? In A. Lynch, E. MacDonald & G. Williams (Eds.), Law and Liberty in the War on Terror, (pp. 28-38). Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Crock, M., Saul, B. (2002). Nation Skilling: Immigration, Labour and the Law. In Mary Crock and Kerry Lyon (Eds.), Nation Skilling: Migration, Labour and the Law in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States, (pp. 1-11). Sydney Australia: Desert Pea Press.

Journals

  • Saul, B. (2016). Enhancing Civilian Protection by Engaging Non-State Armed Groups under International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). Journal of Conflict and Security Law. [More Information]
  • Smith-Khan, L., Crock, M., McCallum, R., Saul, B. (2015). 'Up to now I am suffering': justice, sexual violence and disability amongst refugees in Uganda. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 1(4), 348-371. [More Information]
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2015). Responsive Antarctic Law-Making in the Asian Century. The Yearbook of Polar Law, 7, 55-82. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2015). The status of Western Sahara as occupied territory under international humanitarian law and the exploitation of natural resources. Global Change, Peace and Security, 27(3), 301-322. [More Information]
  • Smith-Khan, L., Crock, M., Saul, B., McCallum, R. (2015). To 'Promote, Protect and Ensure': Overcoming Obstacles to Identifying Disability in Forced Migration. Journal of Refugee Studies, 28(1), 38-68. [More Information]
  • Hart, N., Crock, M., McCallum, R., Saul, B. (2014). Making Every Life Count: Ensuring Equality and Protection for Persons with Disabilities in Armed Conflicts. Monash University Law Review, 40(1), 148-174. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2013). China, Natural Resources, Sovereignty and International Law. Asian Studies Review, 37(2), 196-214. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2013). Indefinite Security Detention and Refugee Children and Families in Australia: International Human Rights Law Dimensions. Australian International Law Journal, 20, 55-75.
  • Saul, B. (2012). 'Fair Shake of the Sauce Bottle': Fairer ASIO security assessments of refugees. Alternative Law Journal, 37(4), 221-227.
  • Saul, B., Baghoomians, I. (2012). An Experiential International Law Field School in the Sky: Learning Human Rights and Development in the Himalayas. Legal Education Review, 22(2), 273-315.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Dark Justice: Australia's Indefinite Detention of Refugees on Security Grounds Under International Human Rights Law. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 13(2), 685-731.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Indigenous Peoples, Laws and Customs in the Teaching of Public and Private International Law. Ngiya: Talk the Law, 4, 63-78.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2012). Not Yet Out of the Woods: Australia's Attempt to Regulate Illegal Timber Imports and World Trade Organization Obligations. Australian International Law Journal, 19, 143-160.
  • Saul, B. (2012). The Security Risks of Climate Change Displacement in Bangladesh. Journal of Human Security, 8(2), 5-35.
  • Saul, B. (2011). Amicus Curiae Brief on the Notion of Terrorist Acts Submitted to the Appeals Chamber of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Pursuant to Rule 131 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence. Criminal Law Forum, 22(3), 365-388. [More Information]
  • McAdam, J., Saul, B. (2011). Displacement with Dignity: International Law and Policy Responses to Climate Change, Migration and Security in Bangladesh. German Yearbook of International Law, 53, 233-287.
  • Saul, B. (2011). Legislating from a Radical Hague: The United Nations Special Tribunal for Lebanon Invents an International Crime of Transnational Terrorism. Leiden Journal of International Law, 24(3), 677-700. [More Information]
  • Kinley, D., Saul, B. (2011). Review of Human Rights Education and Training in the Criminal Justice System in Nepal. Nepal Law Review.
  • Saul, B., Mowbray, J., Baghoomians, I. (2011). The Last Frontier of Human Rights Protection: Interrogating Resistance to Regional Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific. Australian International Law Journal, 18, 23-52.
  • Saul, B. (2011). Throwing Stones at Streetlights or Cuckolding Dictators? Australian Foreign Policy and Human Rights in the Developing World. The Round Table, 100(415), 423-439. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2010). Hitoshi Nasu, International Law on Peacekeeping: A Study of Article 40 of the UN Charter (2009). Australian International Law Journal, 17, 291-292.
  • Johns, F., Saul, B., Hirsch, P., Stephens, T., Boer, B. (2010). Law and the Mekong River Basin: A Socio-Legal Research Agenda on the Role of Hard and Soft Law in Regulating Transboundary Water Resources. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 11(1), 154-174.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Migrating to Australia with Disabilities: Non-Discrimination and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Australian Journal of Human Rights, 16(1), 63-104.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Phil Clark, The Gacaca Courts, Post-Genocide Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Justice Without Lawyers. Australian International Law Journal, 17, 299-302.
  • Saul, B. (2010). The Emerging International Law of Terrorism. Indian Yearbook of International Law and Policy 2009, 1, 163-192.
  • Saul, B. (2010). The Kafka-esque Case of Sheikh Mansour Leghaei: The Denial of the International Human Right to a Fair Hearing in National Security Assessments and Migration Proceedings in Australia. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 33(3), 629-661.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Waiting for Dignity in Australia: Migrant Rights to Social Security and Disability Support under International Human Rights Law. UCL Human Rights Review, 3(October 2010), 72-108.
  • Saul, B. (2009). Book Review: Human Rights and Non-Discrimination in the 'War on Terror' by Daniel Moeckli. The Modern Law Review, 72(3), 314-317.
  • Saul, B. (2009). Book Review: Neil Boister and Robert Cryer, The Tokyo International Military Tribunal: A Reappraisal (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2008), ISBN 978-0-19-927852-7, 358 pages. Australian International Law Journal, 16, 295-299.
  • Saul, B. (2009). Climate Change, Conflict and Security: International Law Challenges. New Zealand Armed Forces Law Review, 9, 1-20.
  • Saul, B. (2009). Prosecuting War Crimes at Balibo Under Australian Law: The Killing of Five Journalists in East Timor by Indonesia. Sydney Law Review, 31(1), 83-120.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Book Review - Law in Times of Crisis: Emergency Powers in Theory and Practice by Oren Gross & Fionnuala Ni Aolain. Irish Yearbook of International Law.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Protecting Refugees in the Global 'War on Terror'. Indian Juridical Review, 2008 (1), 13-35.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Terrorism as Crime or War: Militarising Crime and Disrupting the Constitutional Settlement? Public Law Review, 19(1), 20-31.
  • Saul, B. (2008). The International Protection of Journalists in Armed Conflict and Other Violent Situations. Australian Journal of Human Rights, 14(1), 99-140.
  • Saul, B. (2007). Book Review: Stephen Grey's 'Ghost Plane: The Untold Story of the CIA's Torture Programme' Scribe: Melbourne 2007. Law Society Journal, (45) 6, 82-83.
  • Saul, B. (2007). From the Guest Editor: Building the Law on Genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 9(2), 173-175.
  • Saul, B. (2007). Response to Dannielle Celemajer's "Are we entereing a post human rights era?". Human Rights Defender, 16(1), 22.
  • Saul, B. (2006). Book review: Peter Reddy, Torture: What You Need to Know. Law Society Journal, 44(9), 95.
  • Saul, B. (2006). Censorship of Religious Texts: The Limits of Pluralism. The U T S Law Review, 8, 49-65.
  • Saul, B. (2006). Defending 'Terrorism': Justifications and Excuses for Terrorism in International Criminal Law. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 25, 177-226.
  • Saul, B. (2006). The Dangers of the United Nations' "New Security Agenda": "Human Security" in the Asia-Pacific Region. Asian Journal of Comparative Law, 1(1), 1-35. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2006). The Legal Response of the League of Nations to Terrorism. Journal of International Criminal Justice, 4(1), 78-102.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Attempts to Define 'Terrorism' in International Law. Netherlands International Law Review, 52(1), 57-83.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Crimes and Prohibitions of 'Terror' and 'Terrorism' in Armed Conflict: 1919-2005. Humanitares Volkerrecht Informationsschriften, 4, 264.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Defining Terrorism to Protect Human Rights. Human Rights Defender, 14(2), 2.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Definition of 'Terrorism' in the UN Security Council: 1985-2004. Chinese Journal of International Law, 4(1), 141-166.
  • Saul, B. (2005). In Fear of Freedom. Human Rights Defender, 2005, 9.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Preventing Communal Violence? Blurring Sedition, Vilification and Terrorism (2005 Special Issue). Human Rights Defender, 2005, 15.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Speaking of Terror: Criminalising Incitement to Violence. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 28(3), 868-886.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Two Justifications for Terrorism: A Moral Legal Response. Alternative Law Journal, 30(5), 219-221.
  • Saul, B. (2004). Compensation for Unlawful Death in International Law: A Focus on the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. American University International Law Review, 19(3), 523-585.
  • Saul, B. (2004). Torturing terrorists after September 11. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 27(6), 645-670.
  • Saul, B. (2003). International Terrorism as a European Crime: The Policy Rationale for Criminalization. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 11(4), 323-349.
  • Saul, B. (2003). The Legality of the Use of Force Against Iraq in 2003: Did the Coalition Defend or Defy the United Nations? U C L A Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, 8(2), 267-329.
  • Saul, B. (2002). Election Violence in Sri Lanka: Implementing the Right to a Free and Fair Election. Asia Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, 3(1), 1-39.
  • Saul, B. (2002). Legal Professional Privilege - Balancing Law Enforcement Against Protecting the Regulated. Law Institute Journal, 76(2), 68-99.
  • Saul, B. (2001). Genetic Policing: Forensic DNA Testing in NSW. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 13(1), 74-109.
  • Saul, B. (2001). In the Shadow of Human Rights: Human duties, obligations and responsibilities. Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 32.3, 565-624.
  • Saul, B. (2001). Privilege against Self-incrimination in Federal Regulation. Reform.
  • Saul, B. (2001). Removing Legal Professional Privilege: A policy imperative? Law Society Journal, 39(9), 67.
  • Saul, B. (2001). Was the conflict in East Timor 'genocide' and why does it matter? Melbourne Journal of International Law, 2(2), 477-522.

Other

  • Saul, B. (2014), International Convention Against the Taking of Hostages: New York, 17 December 1979 - Introductory Note. [More Information]

2017

  • Saul, B., Akande, D. (2017). Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2017). Terrorism (Forthcoming). In John R.W.D. Jones QC, Misa Zgonec-Rozej (Eds.), Blackstone's International Criminal Practice. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2017). Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). In Ben Saul, Dapo Akande (Eds.), Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2017). The Crime of Terrorism within the Jurisdiction of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights: Article 28G of the AU's Malabo Protocol 2014 (Forthcoming). In Charles Jalloh, Kamari Clarke, Vincent Nmehielle (Eds.), African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples' Rights in Context.

2016

  • Saul, B. (2016). Australia and International Counter-Terrorism Law and Practice (Forthcoming). In Donald Rothwell, Emily Crawford (Eds.), International Law in Australia. Australia: Thomson Reuters.
  • Saul, B. (2016). Defining Terrorism: A Conceptual Minefield (Forthcoming). In Andreas Gofas, Richard English, Stathis N. Kalyvas, Erica Chenoweth (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2016). Enhancing Civilian Protection by Engaging Non-State Armed Groups under International Humanitarian Law (Forthcoming). Journal of Conflict and Security Law. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2016). Improving Respect for International Humanitarian Law by Non-state Armed Groups. Humanitarian Engagement with Non-state Armed Groups, (pp. 39-52). United Kingdom: The Royal Institute of International Affairs. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2016). Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights: International and Regional Jurisprudence. United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2016). Introduction: The Drafting of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, 1948–1966 (Forthcoming). In Ben Saul (Eds.), The Travaux Preparatoires of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1966 (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Boer, B., Hirsch, P., Johns, F., Saul, B., Scurrah, N. (2016). The Mekong: A Socio-legal Approach to River Basin Development. Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2016). The Travaux Preparatoires of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1966 (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

2015

  • Smith-Khan, L., Crock, M., McCallum, R., Saul, B. (2015). 'Up to now I am suffering': justice, sexual violence and disability amongst refugees in Uganda. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 1(4), 348-371. [More Information]
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2015). Antarctica in International Law. Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T., Horne, A. (2015). Chronology of Legally Significant Events. In Ben Saul, Tim Stephens (Eds.), Antarctica in International Law, (pp. xxvii-liv). Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Heath, K. (2015). Cyber terrorism. In Nicholas Tsagourias, Russell Buchan (Eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Cyberspace, (pp. 147-167). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2015). Introduction: Antarctica in International Law. In Ben Saul, Tim Stephens (Eds.), Antarctica in International Law, (pp. lv-lxxii). Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2015). Migrating to Australia with Disabilities: Non-Discrimination and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In Mary Crock (Eds.), Migrants and Rights, (pp. 417-447). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2015). Old and New Terrorist Threats: What Form Will They Take and How Will States Respond? In M. Cherif Bassiouni (Eds.), Globalization and Its Impact on the Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice, (pp. 281-307). Cambridge: Intersentia Publishing Ltd.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2015). Responsive Antarctic Law-Making in the Asian Century. The Yearbook of Polar Law, 7, 55-82. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2015). Terrorism as a legal concept. In Genevieve Lennon, Clive Walker (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Law and Terrorism, (pp. 19-37). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2015). Terrorism as a transnational crime. In Neil Boister, Robert Currie (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Transnational Criminal Law, (pp. 394-408). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2015). The status of Western Sahara as occupied territory under international humanitarian law and the exploitation of natural resources. Global Change, Peace and Security, 27(3), 301-322. [More Information]
  • Smith-Khan, L., Crock, M., Saul, B., McCallum, R. (2015). To 'Promote, Protect and Ensure': Overcoming Obstacles to Identifying Disability in Forced Migration. Journal of Refugee Studies, 28(1), 38-68. [More Information]

2014

  • Saul, B., Renshaw, C. (2014). Human Rights in Asia and the Pacific: Critical Concepts in Asian Studies Volumes I - IV. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2014), International Convention Against the Taking of Hostages: New York, 17 December 1979 - Introductory Note. [More Information]
  • Hart, N., Crock, M., McCallum, R., Saul, B. (2014). Making Every Life Count: Ensuring Equality and Protection for Persons with Disabilities in Armed Conflicts. Monash University Law Review, 40(1), 148-174. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2014). Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2014). Security and Fairness in Australian Public Law. In M Groves (Eds.), Modern Administrative Law in Australia: Concepts and Context, (pp. 93-118). Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2014). Terrorism and international humanitarian law. In B Saul (Eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism, (pp. 208-231). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B., Kinley, D., Mowbray, J. (2014). The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Commentary, Cases, and Materials. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B., Flanagan, M. (2014). Torture and counter-terrorism. In B Saul (Eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism, (pp. 379-400). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

2013

  • Saul, B. (2013). China, Natural Resources, Sovereignty and International Law. Asian Studies Review, 37(2), 196-214. [More Information]
  • Nasu, H., Saul, B. (2013). Human Rights in the Asia Pacific Region: Towards Institution Building. Routledge.
  • Saul, B. (2013). Indefinite Security Detention and Refugee Children and Families in Australia: International Human Rights Law Dimensions. Australian International Law Journal, 20, 55-75.
  • Saul, B. (2013). Protecting Refugees in the Global 'War on Terror'. In James C. Hathaway (Eds.), Human Rights And Refugee Law, (pp. 356-378). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2013). The Special Tribunal for Lebanon and Terrorism as an International Crime: Reflections on the Judicial Function. In William A. Schabas, Yvonne McDermott, Niamh Hayes (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives, (pp. 79-99). Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Saul, B. (2013). Wikileaks: Information Messiah or Global Terrorist? In D. Baldino (Eds.), Spooked: The truth about intelligence in Australia, (pp. 207-239). Sydney, Australia: NewSouth Publishing.

2012

  • Saul, B. (2012). 'Fair Shake of the Sauce Bottle': Fairer ASIO security assessments of refugees. Alternative Law Journal, 37(4), 221-227.
  • Saul, B., Baghoomians, I. (2012). An Experiential International Law Field School in the Sky: Learning Human Rights and Development in the Himalayas. Legal Education Review, 22(2), 273-315.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Civilising the Exception: Universally Defining Terrorism. In A Masferrer (Eds.), Post 9/11 and the State of Permanent Legal Emergency: Security and Human Rights in Countering Terrorism, (pp. 79-100). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Saul, B., Sherwood, S., McAdam, J., Stephens, T., Slezak, J. (2012). Climate Change and Australia: Warming to the Global Challenge. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Criminality and Terrorism. In A Salinas de Frias, K Samuel and N White (Eds.), Counter-Terrorism: International Law and Practice, (pp. 133-170). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Dark Justice: Australia's Indefinite Detention of Refugees on Security Grounds Under International Human Rights Law. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 13(2), 685-731.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Indigenous Peoples, Laws and Customs in the Teaching of Public and Private International Law. Ngiya: Talk the Law, 4, 63-78.
  • Saul, B., Stephens, T. (2012). Not Yet Out of the Woods: Australia's Attempt to Regulate Illegal Timber Imports and World Trade Organization Obligations. Australian International Law Journal, 19, 143-160.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Terrorism. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2012). Terrorism and international criminal law: questions of (in)coherence and (il)legitimacy. In G Boas, W Schabas and M Scharf (Eds.), International Criminal Justice: Legitimacy and Coherence, (pp. 190-230). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2012). The Emerging International Law of Terrorism. In B Saul (Eds.), Terrorism, (pp. 67-87). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2012). The Security Risks of Climate Change Displacement in Bangladesh. Journal of Human Security, 8(2), 5-35.

2011

  • Saul, B. (2011). '"Why do they hate us?".. They hate our freedoms': The globalisation of terrorism and counter-terrorism. In Shawkat Alam, Natalie Klein and Juliette Overland (Eds.), Globalisation and the Quest for Social and Environmental Justice: The Relevance of International Law in an Evolving World Order, (pp. 207-234). London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Saul, B. (2011). Amicus Curiae Brief on the Notion of Terrorist Acts Submitted to the Appeals Chamber of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Pursuant to Rule 131 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence. Criminal Law Forum, 22(3), 365-388. [More Information]
  • McAdam, J., Saul, B. (2011). Displacement with Dignity: International Law and Policy Responses to Climate Change, Migration and Security in Bangladesh. German Yearbook of International Law, 53, 233-287.
  • Saul, B. (2011). Legislating from a Radical Hague: The United Nations Special Tribunal for Lebanon Invents an International Crime of Transnational Terrorism. Leiden Journal of International Law, 24(3), 677-700. [More Information]
  • Saul, B., Mowbray, J., Baghoomians, I. (2011). Resistance to Regional Human Rights Cooperation in The Asia-Pacific: Demythologizing Regional Exceptionalism by Learning from the Americas, Europe and Africa. In H Nasu and B Saul (Eds.), Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region: Towards Institution Building, (pp. 107-126). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Kinley, D., Saul, B. (2011). Review of Human Rights Education and Training in the Criminal Justice System in Nepal. Nepal Law Review.
  • Saul, B., Mowbray, J., Baghoomians, I. (2011). The Last Frontier of Human Rights Protection: Interrogating Resistance to Regional Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific. Australian International Law Journal, 18, 23-52.
  • Saul, B. (2011). Throwing Stones at Streetlights or Cuckolding Dictators? Australian Foreign Policy and Human Rights in the Developing World. The Round Table, 100(415), 423-439. [More Information]

2010

  • McAdam, J., Saul, B. (2010). An Insecure Climate for Human Security? Climate-Induced Displacement and International Law. In Alice Edwards and Carla Ferstman (Eds.), Human Security and Non-Citizens: Law, Policy and International Affairs, (pp. 357-403). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Climate Change and Resource Scarcity: Towards an International Law of Distributive Justice. In Rosemary Lyster (Eds.), In the Wilds of Climate Law, (pp. 71-96). Australia: Australian Academic Press.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Hitoshi Nasu, International Law on Peacekeeping: A Study of Article 40 of the UN Charter (2009). Australian International Law Journal, 17, 291-292.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Julius Stone and the Question of Palestine in International Law. In Helen Irving, Jacqueline Mowbray and Kevin Walton (Eds.), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, (pp. 238-261). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Johns, F., Saul, B., Hirsch, P., Stephens, T., Boer, B. (2010). Law and the Mekong River Basin: A Socio-Legal Research Agenda on the Role of Hard and Soft Law in Regulating Transboundary Water Resources. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 11(1), 154-174.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Migrating to Australia with Disabilities: Non-Discrimination and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Australian Journal of Human Rights, 16(1), 63-104.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Phil Clark, The Gacaca Courts, Post-Genocide Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Justice Without Lawyers. Australian International Law Journal, 17, 299-302.
  • Saul, B. (2010). The Emerging International Law of Terrorism. Indian Yearbook of International Law and Policy 2009, 1, 163-192.
  • Saul, B. (2010). The Kafka-esque Case of Sheikh Mansour Leghaei: The Denial of the International Human Right to a Fair Hearing in National Security Assessments and Migration Proceedings in Australia. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 33(3), 629-661.
  • Saul, B. (2010). Waiting for Dignity in Australia: Migrant Rights to Social Security and Disability Support under International Human Rights Law. UCL Human Rights Review, 3(October 2010), 72-108.

2009

  • Saul, B. (2009). Book Review: Human Rights and Non-Discrimination in the 'War on Terror' by Daniel Moeckli. The Modern Law Review, 72(3), 314-317.
  • Saul, B. (2009). Book Review: Neil Boister and Robert Cryer, The Tokyo International Military Tribunal: A Reappraisal (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2008), ISBN 978-0-19-927852-7, 358 pages. Australian International Law Journal, 16, 295-299.
  • Saul, B. (2009). Climate Change, Conflict and Security: International Law Challenges. New Zealand Armed Forces Law Review, 9, 1-20.
  • Saul, B. (2009). Prosecuting War Crimes at Balibo Under Australian Law: The Killing of Five Journalists in East Timor by Indonesia. Sydney Law Review, 31(1), 83-120.
  • Saul, B. (2009). The Equivalent Logic of Torture and Terrorism: Legal Regulation of Moral Monstrosity. In Stritzke, W; Lewandowsky, S; Denemark, D; Clare, J; Morgan (Eds.), Terrorism and Torture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, (pp. 44-62). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2009). The Implementation of the Genocide Convention at the National Level. In Gaeta, Paola~ (Eds.), The UN Genocide Convention: A Commentary, (pp. 58-83). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.

2008

  • Saul, B. (2008). Book Review - Law in Times of Crisis: Emergency Powers in Theory and Practice by Oren Gross & Fionnuala Ni Aolain. Irish Yearbook of International Law.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Branding Enemies: Regional Legal Responses to Terrorism in Asia. In HHL Roque (Eds.), Asia-Pacific Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, (pp. 110-134). The Philippines: Institute of International Legal Studies.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Foreword. In P Rainey & B Saul (Eds.), Youth Writes: An Anthology of Young Australians' Writing. The Youth Writes Committee.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Forgiving Terrorism: Trading Justice for Peace, or Imperiling the Peace? In Gani, M and Mathew, P (Eds.), Fresh Perspectives on the War on Terror, (pp. 189-206). Canberra: ANU E Press.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Protecting Refugees in the Global 'War on Terror'. Indian Juridical Review, 2008 (1), 13-35.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Terrorism as Crime or War: Militarising Crime and Disrupting the Constitutional Settlement? Public Law Review, 19(1), 20-31.
  • Saul, B. (2008). The International Protection of Journalists in Armed Conflict and Other Violent Situations. Australian Journal of Human Rights, 14(1), 99-140.
  • Saul, B. (2008). Wearing Thin: Restrictions on Islamic Headscarves and Other Religious Symbols. In Jane McAdam (Eds.), Forced Migration, Human Rights and Security, (pp. 181-212). Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing.

2007

  • Saul, B. (2007). Australian Administrative Law:The Human Rights Dimension. In Matthew Groves and H. P. Lee (Eds.), Australian Administrative Law: Fundamentals, Principles and Doctrines, (pp. 50-76). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Saul, B. (2007). Book Review: Stephen Grey's 'Ghost Plane: The Untold Story of the CIA's Torture Programme' Scribe: Melbourne 2007. Law Society Journal, (45) 6, 82-83.
  • Saul, B. (2007). Defining Terrorism to Protect Human Rights. In Deborah Staines (Eds.), Interrogating the War on Terror: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (pp. 190-210). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Saul, B. (2007). From the Guest Editor: Building the Law on Genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 9(2), 173-175.
  • Saul, B. (2007). Response to Dannielle Celemajer's "Are we entereing a post human rights era?". Human Rights Defender, 16(1), 22.
  • Saul, B. (2007). The Curious Element of Motive in Definitions of Terrorism: Essential Ingredient or Criminalising Thought? In A. Lynch, E. MacDonald & G. Williams (Eds.), Law and Liberty in the War on Terror, (pp. 28-38). Sydney: Federation Press.

2006

  • Saul, B. (2006). Book review: Peter Reddy, Torture: What You Need to Know. Law Society Journal, 44(9), 95.
  • Saul, B. (2006). Censorship of Religious Texts: The Limits of Pluralism. The U T S Law Review, 8, 49-65.
  • Saul, B. (2006). Defending 'Terrorism': Justifications and Excuses for Terrorism in International Criminal Law. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 25, 177-226.
  • Saul, B. (2006). Defining Terrorism in International Law. UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Crock, M., Saul, B., Dastyari, A. (2006). Future Seekers II: Refugees and Irregular Migration in Australia. Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Saul, B. (2006). The Dangers of the United Nations' "New Security Agenda": "Human Security" in the Asia-Pacific Region. Asian Journal of Comparative Law, 1(1), 1-35. [More Information]
  • Saul, B. (2006). The Legal Response of the League of Nations to Terrorism. Journal of International Criminal Justice, 4(1), 78-102.

2005

  • Saul, B. (2005). Attempts to Define 'Terrorism' in International Law. Netherlands International Law Review, 52(1), 57-83.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Crimes and Prohibitions of 'Terror' and 'Terrorism' in Armed Conflict: 1919-2005. Humanitares Volkerrecht Informationsschriften, 4, 264.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Defining Terrorism to Protect Human Rights. Human Rights Defender, 14(2), 2.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Definition of 'Terrorism' in the UN Security Council: 1985-2004. Chinese Journal of International Law, 4(1), 141-166.
  • Saul, B. (2005). In Fear of Freedom. Human Rights Defender, 2005, 9.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Preventing Communal Violence? Blurring Sedition, Vilification and Terrorism (2005 Special Issue). Human Rights Defender, 2005, 15.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Speaking of Terror: Criminalising Incitement to Violence. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 28(3), 868-886.
  • Saul, B. (2005). Two Justifications for Terrorism: A Moral Legal Response. Alternative Law Journal, 30(5), 219-221.

2004

  • Saul, B. (2004). Compensation for Unlawful Death in International Law: A Focus on the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. American University International Law Review, 19(3), 523-585.
  • Saul, B. (2004). Torturing terrorists after September 11. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 27(6), 645-670.

2003

  • Saul, B. (2003). International Terrorism as a European Crime: The Policy Rationale for Criminalization. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 11(4), 323-349.
  • Saul, B. (2003). The Legality of the Use of Force Against Iraq in 2003: Did the Coalition Defend or Defy the United Nations? U C L A Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, 8(2), 267-329.

2002

  • Saul, B. (2002). Election Violence in Sri Lanka: Implementing the Right to a Free and Fair Election. Asia Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, 3(1), 1-39.
  • Crock, M., Saul, B. (2002). Future Seekers: Refugees and the Law in Australia. Australia: Federation Press.
  • Saul, B. (2002). Legal Professional Privilege - Balancing Law Enforcement Against Protecting the Regulated. Law Institute Journal, 76(2), 68-99.
  • Crock, M., Saul, B. (2002). Nation Skilling: Immigration, Labour and the Law. In Mary Crock and Kerry Lyon (Eds.), Nation Skilling: Migration, Labour and the Law in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States, (pp. 1-11). Sydney Australia: Desert Pea Press.

2001

  • Saul, B. (2001). Genetic Policing: Forensic DNA Testing in NSW. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 13(1), 74-109.
  • Saul, B. (2001). In the Shadow of Human Rights: Human duties, obligations and responsibilities. Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 32.3, 565-624.
  • Saul, B. (2001). Privilege against Self-incrimination in Federal Regulation. Reform.
  • Saul, B. (2001). Removing Legal Professional Privilege: A policy imperative? Law Society Journal, 39(9), 67.
  • Saul, B. (2001). Was the conflict in East Timor 'genocide' and why does it matter? Melbourne Journal of International Law, 2(2), 477-522.

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