Dr Brett Williams

Selected grants

2010

  • Fostering A Common Culture in Cross-Border Dispute Resolution: Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific; Nottage L, Williams B, Burch M; Australia-Japan Foundation/Grant Program.

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Cass, D., Williams, B., Barker, G. (2003). China and the World Trading System - Entering the New Millennium. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Williams, B., Crowe, S., Murray, O., Zhou, W. (2014). Some Selected Aspects of the Relationship Between World Trade Organization Law and General Public International Law. In Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo (Eds.), The Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2013, (pp. 203-224). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Williams, B. (2004). Australia and China in the World Trade Organisation. In Nicholas Thomas (Eds.), Re-orienting Australia-China Relations: 1972 to the Present, (pp. 87-110). Aldershot, England, UK: Ashgate.
  • Cass, D., Williams, B., Barker, G. (2003). Introduction: China and the reshaping of the World Trade Organization. In Deborah Z. Cass, Brett G. Williams, George Barker (Eds.), China and the World Trading System: Entering the new millennium, (pp. 1-18). UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stewart, D., Williams, B. (2003). The impact of China's WTO membership on the review of the TRIPs Agreement. In Deborah Z. Cass, Brett G. Williams, George Barker (Eds.), China and the World Trading System: Entering the new millennium, (pp. 363-383). UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Williams, B., Cass, D. (2002). Legal Implications for regulation of trade in services of China's accession to the WTO. In Ligang Song (Eds.), Dilemmas of Chinas growth in the twenty-first century, (pp. 73-119). Australia: Asia Pacific Press.
  • Williams, B., Brand,, V. (2001). Legal Issues in International Business. In A.Morkel & B.Roffey (Eds.), International Business Management, (pp. 225-258). Australia: Charles Darwin University Press.

Journals

  • Burch, M., Nottage, L., Williams, B. (2012). Appropriate Treaty-Based Dispute Resolution for Asia-Pacific Commerce in the 21st Century. UNSW Law Journal, 35(3), 1013-1043.
  • Williams, B. (2011). Innovative Mechanisms for Resolving or Avoiding Inter-State Trade Disputes in an Asia-Pacific Regional Free Trade Agreement. Australian International Law Journal, 18, 141-154.
  • Williams, B. (2010). Australian Cases before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2008. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 29, 265-272.
  • Brown, C., Mowbray, J., Stephens, T., Williams, B. (2009). Australian Cases Before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2007. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 28.
  • Williams, B. (2009). The WTO Doha Round Draft Text on Agricultural Trade Liberalization: How Did We Get into Such a Mess? Should We Walk Away? Farm Policy Journal, 6(3), 41-21.
  • Stephens, T., Williams, B. (2008). Australian Cases before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2006. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 27, 331-339.
  • Stephens, T., Williams, B. (2007). Australian Cases before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2005. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 26, 275-287.
  • Williams, B. (2007). The Falconer Draft Text for the Doha Round WTO Negotiations on Agriculture - A 'Ha'porth of Tar' to Save the Vessel from Sinking or Just a Dab of Paint on an Irreparably Broken Hull? UNSW Law Journal, 30(2), 368-408.
  • Williams, B. (2001). The influence and lack of influence of principles in the negotiation for accession of China to the World Trade Organisation. The George Washington International Law Review, 33(3/4), 791-847.

Conferences

  • Williams, B. (2014). Bringing Timor-Leste into the ASEAN Economic Community and the World Trading System. Northern Territory Bar Association Conference 2014, Dili, Timor-Leste: Presentation.
  • Williams, B., Zhou, W. (2014). Reform of Exclusive Import Rights in the Peoples' Republic of China: A Casestudy on the WTO China Publications and Audiovisuals case. Annual Workshop on Chinese Law 2014, Camperdown, NSW: Presentation.
  • Williams, B. (2014). The Impact of Trade Agreements on the Domestic Regulation of Movement of Natural Persons. Law Council of Australia 2014 Immigration Law Conference, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Williams, B. (2013). Difficulties in making Concurrent Application of Antidumping Duties and Countervailing Duties consistent with WTO rules. Samvad Partners; 10th Asian Law Institute Conference 2013, Bangalore, India: Presentations.
  • Williams, B. (2013). Suggestions for Success in WTO Multilateral Negotiations: Some Theoretical and Practical Issues. Asian International Economic Law Network Conference 2013, Seoul, South Korea: Presentation.
  • Williams, B., Percival, A. (2013). The Impact of Australia's Trade Obligations on Use of Labour Market Testing in Visa Applications. International Law Section of the Law Council of Australia Seminars 2013, Sydney, NSW and Melbourne, Vic: Presentations.
  • Williams, B. (2013). The Three 2012 WTO Decisions on Technical Barriers to Trade. SCIL International Law Year in Review Conference 2013, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Williams, B. (2013). WTO Law - The First Class - What Lawyers need to know about the Economics and politics of trade agreements. International Organization Law and International Dispute Resolution: Melbourne University Law School 2013, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.

2014

  • Williams, B. (2014). Bringing Timor-Leste into the ASEAN Economic Community and the World Trading System. Northern Territory Bar Association Conference 2014, Dili, Timor-Leste: Presentation.
  • Williams, B., Zhou, W. (2014). Reform of Exclusive Import Rights in the Peoples' Republic of China: A Casestudy on the WTO China Publications and Audiovisuals case. Annual Workshop on Chinese Law 2014, Camperdown, NSW: Presentation.
  • Williams, B., Crowe, S., Murray, O., Zhou, W. (2014). Some Selected Aspects of the Relationship Between World Trade Organization Law and General Public International Law. In Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo (Eds.), The Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2013, (pp. 203-224). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Williams, B. (2014). The Impact of Trade Agreements on the Domestic Regulation of Movement of Natural Persons. Law Council of Australia 2014 Immigration Law Conference, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

2013

  • Williams, B. (2013). Difficulties in making Concurrent Application of Antidumping Duties and Countervailing Duties consistent with WTO rules. Samvad Partners; 10th Asian Law Institute Conference 2013, Bangalore, India: Presentations.
  • Williams, B. (2013). Suggestions for Success in WTO Multilateral Negotiations: Some Theoretical and Practical Issues. Asian International Economic Law Network Conference 2013, Seoul, South Korea: Presentation.
  • Williams, B., Percival, A. (2013). The Impact of Australia's Trade Obligations on Use of Labour Market Testing in Visa Applications. International Law Section of the Law Council of Australia Seminars 2013, Sydney, NSW and Melbourne, Vic: Presentations.
  • Williams, B. (2013). The Three 2012 WTO Decisions on Technical Barriers to Trade. SCIL International Law Year in Review Conference 2013, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Williams, B. (2013). WTO Law - The First Class - What Lawyers need to know about the Economics and politics of trade agreements. International Organization Law and International Dispute Resolution: Melbourne University Law School 2013, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.

2012

  • Burch, M., Nottage, L., Williams, B. (2012). Appropriate Treaty-Based Dispute Resolution for Asia-Pacific Commerce in the 21st Century. UNSW Law Journal, 35(3), 1013-1043.

2011

  • Williams, B. (2011). Innovative Mechanisms for Resolving or Avoiding Inter-State Trade Disputes in an Asia-Pacific Regional Free Trade Agreement. Australian International Law Journal, 18, 141-154.

2010

  • Williams, B. (2010). Australian Cases before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2008. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 29, 265-272.

2009

  • Brown, C., Mowbray, J., Stephens, T., Williams, B. (2009). Australian Cases Before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2007. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 28.
  • Williams, B. (2009). The WTO Doha Round Draft Text on Agricultural Trade Liberalization: How Did We Get into Such a Mess? Should We Walk Away? Farm Policy Journal, 6(3), 41-21.

2008

  • Stephens, T., Williams, B. (2008). Australian Cases before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2006. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 27, 331-339.

2007

  • Stephens, T., Williams, B. (2007). Australian Cases before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2005. Australian Yearbook of International Law, 26, 275-287.
  • Williams, B. (2007). The Falconer Draft Text for the Doha Round WTO Negotiations on Agriculture - A 'Ha'porth of Tar' to Save the Vessel from Sinking or Just a Dab of Paint on an Irreparably Broken Hull? UNSW Law Journal, 30(2), 368-408.

2004

  • Williams, B. (2004). Australia and China in the World Trade Organisation. In Nicholas Thomas (Eds.), Re-orienting Australia-China Relations: 1972 to the Present, (pp. 87-110). Aldershot, England, UK: Ashgate.

2003

  • Cass, D., Williams, B., Barker, G. (2003). China and the World Trading System - Entering the New Millennium. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
  • Cass, D., Williams, B., Barker, G. (2003). Introduction: China and the reshaping of the World Trade Organization. In Deborah Z. Cass, Brett G. Williams, George Barker (Eds.), China and the World Trading System: Entering the new millennium, (pp. 1-18). UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stewart, D., Williams, B. (2003). The impact of China's WTO membership on the review of the TRIPs Agreement. In Deborah Z. Cass, Brett G. Williams, George Barker (Eds.), China and the World Trading System: Entering the new millennium, (pp. 363-383). UK: Cambridge University Press.

2002

  • Williams, B., Cass, D. (2002). Legal Implications for regulation of trade in services of China's accession to the WTO. In Ligang Song (Eds.), Dilemmas of Chinas growth in the twenty-first century, (pp. 73-119). Australia: Asia Pacific Press.

2001

  • Williams, B., Brand,, V. (2001). Legal Issues in International Business. In A.Morkel & B.Roffey (Eds.), International Business Management, (pp. 225-258). Australia: Charles Darwin University Press.
  • Williams, B. (2001). The influence and lack of influence of principles in the negotiation for accession of China to the World Trade Organisation. The George Washington International Law Review, 33(3/4), 791-847.

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