Professor Joellen Riley

BA (Hons) DipEd MA LLB (Hons) (Sydney) BCL (Hons) (Oxf) PhD (Sydney) DipMgt (MGSM)
Dean and Professor of Labour Law

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0218
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

Website Papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Biographical details

Professor Joellen Riley, Dean at the faculty of law holds degrees in law from the Universities of Sydney and Oxford, and has been teaching and researching in the field of employment and labour law since 1998. She studied law after a number of years as a financial journalist, and spent some time in commercial legal practice before joining the University of Sydney. Her academic career includes some years on the staff of the Law Faculty of the University of New South Wales, where she taught principally in corporate and commercial law. Joellen is a Fellow of the Commercial Law Association. Since 2008, she has been a co-editor of the Australian Journal of Labour Law.

Research interests

  • Employment contract law
  • Labour law
  • Intersections of commercial, corporate and intellectual property law with employment and labour law

Teaching and supervision

  • Executive Employment
  • Advanced Employment Law
  • Labour Law
  • Corporate Law

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2013

  • Women and Work Research Network; Baird M, Chen M, Cooper R, Cutcher L, Foley M, Ford M, Hardy C, Hill E, McGrath-Champ S, Piper N, Probyn E, Riley J, Seymour R, Smith B, Vromen A, Williamson S; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2012

  • Health and Work Research Network; Buchanan J, Bohle P, Schofield D, Colagiuri S, Hickie I, Glozier N, Shaw T, Leeder S, Grunstein R, Riley J, Johnstone R, Quinlan M, Schofield T, Jones M, Matthews L, Grant A, West S, Chen T, Nyberg D, Shrestha R, Fattore T, Scott L, Knox-Haly M, McNamara M, Callander E; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Johnstone, R., McCrystal, S., Nossar, I., Quinlan, M., Rawling, M., Riley, J. (2012). Beyond Employment: The Legal Regulation of Work Relationships. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Riley, J., Sappideen, C., O'Grady, P., Warburton, G. (2011). Macken's Law of Employment (7th Edition). Australia: Thomson Reuters.
  • Owens, R., Riley, J., Murray, J. (2011). The Law of Work, Second Edition. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Independent Work Contracts. Sydney: Thomson Lawbook Co. (Thompson Reuters).
  • Owens, R., Riley, J. (2007). The Law of Work. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Riley, J., Peterson, K. (2006). Work Choices: A Guide to the 2005 Changes. Sydney: Thomson Lawbook Co. (Thompson Reuters).
  • Riley, J. (2005). Employee Protection at Common Law. Sydney: Federation Press.

Edited Books

  • Riley, J. (2009). Australian Standard Of Employment Rights. United Kingdom: Hardie Grant Books.
  • Riley, J., Sheldon, P. (2008). Remaking Australian Industrial Relations. Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.

Book Chapters

  • Riley, J. (2013). Regulatory responses to the blurring boundary between employment and self-employment: A view from the Antipodes. In Gyorgy Kiss (Eds.), Recent Developments in Labour Law, (pp. 131-149). Budapest, Hungary: Akademiai Kiado Rt.
  • Riley, J. (2012). A Blurred Boundary between Entrepreneurship and Servitude: Regulating Business Format Franchising in Australia. In J Fudge, S McCrystal and K Sankaran (Eds.), Challenging the Legal Boundaries of Work Regulation, (pp. 101-119). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Owens, R., Riley, J., Murray, J. (2011). Dispute Resolution and Enforcement. In R Owens, J Riley and J Murray (Eds.), The Law of Work, Second Edition, (pp. 621-644). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Riley, J. (2011). The Employment Relationship and Statutory Constraints. In C Sappideen, P OGrady, J Riley, G Warburton (Eds.), Mackens Law of Employment: Seventh Edition, (pp. 247-273). Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Commodifying Sheer Talent: Perverse Developments in the Law's Enforcement of Restrictive Covenants. In Arup, Christopher; Van Canaegem, William (Eds.), Intellectual Property Policy Reform, (pp. 267-284). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Riley, J. (2009). From Industrial Arbitration to Workplace Mediation: Changing Approaches to Dispute Resolution. In Forsyth, Anthony; Stewart, Andrew (Eds.), Fair Work: The New Workplace Laws and the Work Choices Legacy, (pp. 186-206). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Riley, J. (2009). The Employment Contract: Rights and Responsibilities. Australian Master Workplace Relations Guide 4th edition with Fair Work Act changes, (pp. 403-419). Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Legal Developments in the Transitional Period. In Joellen Riley, Peter Sheldon (Eds.), Remaking Australian Industrial Relations, (pp. 53-64). Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J. (2008). No Rights Without Remedies: Labor's Industrial Relations Architecture and the Enforcement Gap. In Joellen Riley, Peter Sheldon (Eds.), Remaking Australian Industrial Relations, (pp. 167-174). Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J. (2008). The Employment Contract: Rights and Responsibilities. In Punch, P. (Eds.), Australian Master Workplace Relations Guide - Third Edition, (pp. 381-396). Australia: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J., Sarina, T. (2008). The New Conflict Managers: A Critical Assessment of ADR Methods under Work Choices. In Michelson G, Jamieson S and Burgess J (Eds.), New Employment Actors - Developments from Australia, (pp. 223-244). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Good Faith Performance. In Mordy Bromberg and Mark Irving (Eds.), Australian Charter of Employment Rights, (pp. 9-18). Victoria: Hardie Grant Publishing.
  • Riley, J. (2007). The Employment Contract: Rights and Responsibilities. Australian Master Workplace Relations Guide: The Work Choices Edition. Australia: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Industrial Relations in 2005. In Hall, R (Eds.), Industrial Relations: A Current Review. London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Regulating Unequal Work Relationships for Fairness and Efficiency: A Study of Business Format Franchising. In C. Arup, P. Gahan, J. Howe, R. Johnstone, R. Mithchell & A. O'Donnell (Eds.), Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation - Essays on the Construction, Constitution and Regulation of Labour Markets and Work Relationships, (pp. 561-578). Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Australia. In Blanpain (Eds.), Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labour Law, (pp. 15-35). UK: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).

Journals

  • Riley, J. (2014). 'Mutual Trust and Confidence' on Trial: At Last. Sydney Law Review, 36(1), 151-167. [More Information]
  • McCallum, R., Riley, J., Stewart, A. (2013). Resolving Disputes over Employment Rights in Australia. Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, 34(4), 843-876.
  • Riley, J. (2013). Rethinking the Fair Work Protection Against Discriminatory Dismissal. Federal Law Review, 41(1), 181-195.
  • Riley, J. (2012). A Safe Touch-down for Qantas? Australian Journal of Labour Law, 25(1), 76-83.
  • MacDermott, T., Riley, J. (2012). ADR and Industrial Tribunals: Innovations and Challenges in Resolving Individual Workplace Grievances. Monash University Law Review, 38(2), 82-102.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Bargaining Fair Work Style: Fault-lines in the Australian Model. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 37(1), 22-29.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Siblings But Not Twins: Making Sense of 'Mutual Trust' and 'Good Faith' in Employment Contracts. Melbourne University Law Review, 36(2), 521-552.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Sterilising Talent: a Critical Assessment of Injunctions Enforcing Negative Covenants. Sydney Law Review, 34(4), 617-634.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Teaching Labour Law in a Common Law Jurisdiction. The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 28(1), 71-79.
  • Riley, J. (2011). Adverse action claims under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth): some lessons from the early cases. Commercial Law Quarterly, 25(3), 12-16.
  • MacDermott, T., Riley, J. (2011). Alternative Dispute Resolution and Individual Workplace Rights: The Evolving Role of Fair Work Australia. Journal of Industrial Relations, 53(5), 718-732.
  • Riley, J. (2011). Australie: Le recours au faux travail independant. Revue de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale, , 95-96.
  • Riley, J. (2010). Australie: L'egalite des sexes, enfin? Revue de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité Sociale, 2010, 234-237.
  • Riley, J. (2010). Book Review: The Tolpuddle Martyrs: Injustice within the Law by Jerbert Vere Evatt (with a new Introduction by Geoffrey Robertson). Australian Journal of Human Rights, 16, 223-225.
  • Sutherland, C., Riley, J. (2010). Industrial Legislation in 2009. Journal of Industrial Relations, 52(3), 275-287. [More Information]
  • Riley, J. (2010). Le risposte del diritto del lavoro australiano alla crisi finanziaria globale (Australian labour Law Responses to the Global Financial Crisis). Lavoro e Diritto, 24(1), 151-164.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Australie. Revue de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité Sociale, , 237-240.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Bargaining in Good Faith. Precedent, 94, 16-19.
  • Riley, J. (2009). The Boundaries of Mutual Trust and Good Faith. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 22(1), 73-86.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Transfer of Business Under the Fair Work Act. Commercial Law Quarterly, 23(2), 15-22.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Workplace Dispute Resolution under the Fair Work Act: Is There a Role for Private Alternative Dispute Resolution Providers? Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 20(4), 236-243.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Australie. Revue de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité Sociale, , 256-260.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Book Review: The Employment Contract and the Changed World of Work by Stella Vettori Ashgate, Corporate Social Responsibility Series, 2007; ISBN (Hardback) 978-0-7546-4754-6; UK£55. Journal of Contract Law, 24(3), 284-286.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Industrial Legislation in 2007. Journal of Industrial Relations, 50(3), 417-428.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Innovation Put on Ice? How overly jealous intellectual property protection discourages creativity and productivity. Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, 20(7), 102-104.
  • Riley, J., Sheldon, P. (2008). Remaking Industrial Relations in Australia. Economic and Labour Relations Review, 18(2), 1-6.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Election 2007: Industrial relations policy. Australian Review of Public Affairs, September 2007, 1-5.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Employing Minors in New South Wales: the Industrial Relations (Child Employment) Act 2006 (NSW). Australian Journal of Labour Law, 20(3), 295-301.
  • Sarina, T., Riley, J. (2007). Industrial Legislation in 2006. Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(3), 345-361. [More Information]
  • Riley, J. (2007). Regulating for Fair Dealing in Work Contracts: A New South Wales Approach. Industrial Law Journal, 36(1), 19-34.
  • Stewart, A., Riley, J. (2007). Working around Work Choices: Collective Bargaining and the Common Law. Melbourne University Law Review, 31, 903-937.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Workplace Policies and the Duty to Provide a Safe Work Environment. CCH Industrial Law News, 2007 (8), 1-3.
  • Riley, J. (2006). A Fair Deal for the Entrepreneurial Worker? Self-employment and Independent Contracting Post Work Choices. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 19(3), 246-261.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Alternative Actions in the Light of Work Choices - Implied Terms. Australian Construction Law Newsletter, 106, 12-19.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Erschutterung des australischen Arbeitsrechts? Die Work Choices Reform 2006. Zeitschrift fur auslandisches und Internationales Arbeits und Sozialrecht ZIAS, 3, 225-243.
  • Riley, J., Sarina, T. (2006). Industrial Legislation in 2005. Journal of Industrial Relations, 48(3), 341-355. [More Information]
  • Riley, J. (2006). Remedies for arbitrary dismissals after Work Choices. Precedent, 74, 20-23.
  • Riley, J. (2006). The Evolution of the Contract of Employment Post WorkChoices. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 29(1), 166-180.
  • Riley, J. (2006). The potency of workplace policies. Industrial Law News, 9, 1-3.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Who Owns Human Capital? A Critical Appraisal of Legal Techniques for Capturing the Value of Work. ICFAI Journal of Employment Law, April '06, 15-36.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Contracting for Work/Family Balance. Law in Context, 23(1), 182-201.
  • Riley, J., Smith, B., Sarina, T. (2005). Industrial Legislation in 2004. Journal of Industrial Relations, 47(2), 171-185.
  • Peden, E., Riley, J. (2005). Law Graduates' Skills - A pilot study into employers' perspectives. Legal Education Review, 15(1&2), 87-124.
  • Riley, J. (2005). No 'poaching'? Why not? A reflection on the legitimacy of post employment restrictive covenants. Commercial Law Quarterly, 19(1), 3-8.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Pensioning off Lord Asquith's cook: Blackadder v Ramsay Butchering. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 18(2), 177.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Use and Abuse of Copyright: The 'sweat of the brow' theory gone mad. Alternative Law Journal, 30(3), 109-111.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Who Owns Human Capital? A critical appraisal of legal techniques for capturing the value of work. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 18(1), 1-25.
  • Riley, J. (2004). A Cautionary Tale For Employee Advocates: Bredel V Moore Business Systems Ltd. Commercial Law Quarterly, 18(1), 3-11.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Book Review: Harry Glasbeek. Wealth by Stealth. Sydney Law Review, 26, 456-458.
  • Riley, J., Smith, B. (2004). Family-Friendly Work Practices And The Law. Sydney Law Review, 26(3), 395-426.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Industrial Legislation In 2003. Journal of Industrial Relations, 46(2), 184-194.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Arguing Trade Practices in Employment. Industrial Law News, 6, 5-7.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Industrial legislation in 2002. Journal of Industrial Relations, 45(2), 151-165.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Mutual trust and good faith: Can private contract law guarantee fair dealing in the workplace. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 16(1), 28-49.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Protection for employment entitlements: a legal perspective. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 29(1), 31-41.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Who owns the customers? A reflection on recent cases on post employment restraint clauses. Commercial Law Quarterly, 17(2), 3-11.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Australische Gewerkschaften - Kollektiver Akteur aus eigenem Recht oder Interessenvertreter des Einzelnen? Neue Zeitschrift fuer Arbeitsrecht: Zweiwochenschrift fuer die betriebliche Praxis, , 890-893.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Bargaining for Security: Lessons for Employees from the World of Corporate Finance. Journal of Industrial Relations, 44(4), 491-507.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Industrial Legislation in 2001. Journal of Industrial Relations, 44(2), 198-210.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Lessons from Ansett: Locating the employee's voice in corporate enterprise. Alternative Law Journal, 27(3), 115-141.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Review: Mee, J, "The Property Rights of Cohabitees". Australian Journal of Family Law, 16(3), 259-266.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Security for Employee Entitlements. Industrial Law News, 7, 1-3.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Unfair Contracts Review: Unfair favouritism for high flyers? A review of the proposal to amend s106 of the Industrial Relations Act 1996 (NSW). Commercial Law Quarterly, 16(2), 15-22.
  • Riley, J. (2001). Industrial Legislation in 2000. Journal of Industrial Relations, 43, 148-160.
  • Riley, J. (2001). Trust Law and Commercial Contracts. Commercial Law Quarterly, Sept-Nov, 23-27.
  • Riley, J. (2001). Trusts created by reservation of title in trace supply contracts. Australian Law Journal, 75, 348-351.
  • Riley, J. (2000). A Challenge for Commercial Certainty: Retention of Title Trusts. Commercial Law Quarterly, 14, 13-18.
  • Riley, J. (2000). Individual Contracting and Collective Bargaining in the Balance. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 13, 92-98.

Edited Journals

  • Riley, J., Sheldon, P. (2008). The Economic and Labour Relations Review - Beyond Workchoices: Remaking Industrial Relations in Australia. The Economic Labour Relations Review, 18(2).

Conferences

  • Riley, J. (2013). Beyond Contract: Reconceptualising the Fundamentals of the Law of Work. Labour Law Research Network Inaugural Conference (LLRN 2013), Barcelona, Spain: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2013). Labour Law: Australia vs New Zealand. Supreme and Federal Court Judges Conference 2013, Adelaide, SA: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2013). Uneasy or accommodating bedfellows?: Common law and statute in employment regulation. Phillipa Weeks Lecture in Labour Law, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Regulatory responses to the blurring boundary between employment and self-employment: a view from the Antipodes. MTA-PTE Labour Law Research Group 2012, Pecs, Hungary: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Uses and abuses of the corporate form in managing employers' regulatory obligations. 16th International Labour and Employment Relations Association World Congress (ILERA 2012), Switzerland: International Labour and Employment Relations Association.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Alternative actions in the light of Work Choices: Implied terms. NSW Young Lawyers Employment and Industrial Law One Day Seminar, Sydney, Australia: NSW Young Lawyers Association.
  • Riley, J., Sarina, T. (2006). The new conflict managers: A critical assessment of alternative dispute resolution methods under work choices. The New Actors and Institutions in Australian and New Zealand Industrial Relations Conference, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Riley, J. (2005). The Impact of Industrial Relations Reform on Employers. 2005 National Local Government Human Resources Conference 'Building a Sustainable Workforce', Sydney, Australia: Local Government Association.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Beyond Deregulation: Imagining an Equitable "Private Law of Work". International Network on Transformative Employment and Labor Law Conference 2004 (INTELL 7), Kyoto, Japan: The Ritsumeikan University Law Association.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labour Law: Australia. Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labour Law Conference (2002), Tokyo, Japan: The Japan Institute of Labour.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Protection for Employment Entitlements: A Legal Perspective. Employee entitlements in Australia Conference (2002), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle, Employment Studies Centre.
  • Hill, J., Riley, J. (2001). Corporate Theory and the Role of the Employee: A Case Study of National Textiles. 11th Annual Corporate Law Teachers Association Conference 2001, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Riley, J. (2009). Good Faith in Employment Relationships. The Debate: Good Faith and the Employment Relationships, April 2009, No 2.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Innovation Put on Ice? How overly jealous intellectual property protection discourages creativity and productivity. Lawyers Weekly, 18 July 2008.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Fair dismissal under common law? CCH Industrial Law News, 6 September 2005.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Contracting for work/life balance. CCH Industrial Law News, Volume 4, pages 1-5.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Psychiatric harm and mutual trust and confidence. CCH Industrial News, Volume 9(30), pages 4-6.

Report

  • Riley, J. (2006). Termination of employment legislation digest: Country profile – Australia.

Research Reports

  • Riley, J. (2009). Public Holidays in NSW: Review of the Banks and Bank Holidays Act 1912, (pp. 3 - 60). Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Office of Industrial Relations.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Review of the Banks and Bank Holidays Act 1912 (NSW) - Discussion Paper, (pp. 1 - 23). Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Office of Industrial Relations.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Review of the Banks and Bank Holidays Act 1912 - Options Paper, Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Office of Industrial Relations.

2014

  • Riley, J. (2014). 'Mutual Trust and Confidence' on Trial: At Last. Sydney Law Review, 36(1), 151-167. [More Information]

2013

  • Riley, J. (2013). Beyond Contract: Reconceptualising the Fundamentals of the Law of Work. Labour Law Research Network Inaugural Conference (LLRN 2013), Barcelona, Spain: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2013). Labour Law: Australia vs New Zealand. Supreme and Federal Court Judges Conference 2013, Adelaide, SA: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2013). Regulatory responses to the blurring boundary between employment and self-employment: A view from the Antipodes. In Gyorgy Kiss (Eds.), Recent Developments in Labour Law, (pp. 131-149). Budapest, Hungary: Akademiai Kiado Rt.
  • McCallum, R., Riley, J., Stewart, A. (2013). Resolving Disputes over Employment Rights in Australia. Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, 34(4), 843-876.
  • Riley, J. (2013). Rethinking the Fair Work Protection Against Discriminatory Dismissal. Federal Law Review, 41(1), 181-195.
  • Riley, J. (2013). Uneasy or accommodating bedfellows?: Common law and statute in employment regulation. Phillipa Weeks Lecture in Labour Law, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.

2012

  • Riley, J. (2012). A Blurred Boundary between Entrepreneurship and Servitude: Regulating Business Format Franchising in Australia. In J Fudge, S McCrystal and K Sankaran (Eds.), Challenging the Legal Boundaries of Work Regulation, (pp. 101-119). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Riley, J. (2012). A Safe Touch-down for Qantas? Australian Journal of Labour Law, 25(1), 76-83.
  • MacDermott, T., Riley, J. (2012). ADR and Industrial Tribunals: Innovations and Challenges in Resolving Individual Workplace Grievances. Monash University Law Review, 38(2), 82-102.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Bargaining Fair Work Style: Fault-lines in the Australian Model. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 37(1), 22-29.
  • Johnstone, R., McCrystal, S., Nossar, I., Quinlan, M., Rawling, M., Riley, J. (2012). Beyond Employment: The Legal Regulation of Work Relationships. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Regulatory responses to the blurring boundary between employment and self-employment: a view from the Antipodes. MTA-PTE Labour Law Research Group 2012, Pecs, Hungary: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Siblings But Not Twins: Making Sense of 'Mutual Trust' and 'Good Faith' in Employment Contracts. Melbourne University Law Review, 36(2), 521-552.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Sterilising Talent: a Critical Assessment of Injunctions Enforcing Negative Covenants. Sydney Law Review, 34(4), 617-634.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Teaching Labour Law in a Common Law Jurisdiction. The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 28(1), 71-79.
  • Riley, J. (2012). Uses and abuses of the corporate form in managing employers' regulatory obligations. 16th International Labour and Employment Relations Association World Congress (ILERA 2012), Switzerland: International Labour and Employment Relations Association.

2011

  • Riley, J. (2011). Adverse action claims under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth): some lessons from the early cases. Commercial Law Quarterly, 25(3), 12-16.
  • MacDermott, T., Riley, J. (2011). Alternative Dispute Resolution and Individual Workplace Rights: The Evolving Role of Fair Work Australia. Journal of Industrial Relations, 53(5), 718-732.
  • Riley, J. (2011). Australie: Le recours au faux travail independant. Revue de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale, , 95-96.
  • Owens, R., Riley, J., Murray, J. (2011). Dispute Resolution and Enforcement. In R Owens, J Riley and J Murray (Eds.), The Law of Work, Second Edition, (pp. 621-644). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Riley, J., Sappideen, C., O'Grady, P., Warburton, G. (2011). Macken's Law of Employment (7th Edition). Australia: Thomson Reuters.
  • Riley, J. (2011). The Employment Relationship and Statutory Constraints. In C Sappideen, P OGrady, J Riley, G Warburton (Eds.), Mackens Law of Employment: Seventh Edition, (pp. 247-273). Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters.
  • Owens, R., Riley, J., Murray, J. (2011). The Law of Work, Second Edition. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

2010

  • Riley, J. (2010). Australie: L'egalite des sexes, enfin? Revue de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité Sociale, 2010, 234-237.
  • Riley, J. (2010). Book Review: The Tolpuddle Martyrs: Injustice within the Law by Jerbert Vere Evatt (with a new Introduction by Geoffrey Robertson). Australian Journal of Human Rights, 16, 223-225.
  • Sutherland, C., Riley, J. (2010). Industrial Legislation in 2009. Journal of Industrial Relations, 52(3), 275-287. [More Information]
  • Riley, J. (2010). Le risposte del diritto del lavoro australiano alla crisi finanziaria globale (Australian labour Law Responses to the Global Financial Crisis). Lavoro e Diritto, 24(1), 151-164.

2009

  • Riley, J. (2009). Australian Standard Of Employment Rights. United Kingdom: Hardie Grant Books.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Australie. Revue de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité Sociale, , 237-240.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Bargaining in Good Faith. Precedent, 94, 16-19.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Commodifying Sheer Talent: Perverse Developments in the Law's Enforcement of Restrictive Covenants. In Arup, Christopher; Van Canaegem, William (Eds.), Intellectual Property Policy Reform, (pp. 267-284). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Riley, J. (2009). From Industrial Arbitration to Workplace Mediation: Changing Approaches to Dispute Resolution. In Forsyth, Anthony; Stewart, Andrew (Eds.), Fair Work: The New Workplace Laws and the Work Choices Legacy, (pp. 186-206). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Good Faith in Employment Relationships. The Debate: Good Faith and the Employment Relationships, April 2009, No 2.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Public Holidays in NSW: Review of the Banks and Bank Holidays Act 1912, (pp. 3 - 60). Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Office of Industrial Relations.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Review of the Banks and Bank Holidays Act 1912 (NSW) - Discussion Paper, (pp. 1 - 23). Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Office of Industrial Relations.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Review of the Banks and Bank Holidays Act 1912 - Options Paper, Sydney, Australia: New South Wales Office of Industrial Relations.
  • Riley, J. (2009). The Boundaries of Mutual Trust and Good Faith. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 22(1), 73-86.
  • Riley, J. (2009). The Employment Contract: Rights and Responsibilities. Australian Master Workplace Relations Guide 4th edition with Fair Work Act changes, (pp. 403-419). Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Transfer of Business Under the Fair Work Act. Commercial Law Quarterly, 23(2), 15-22.
  • Riley, J. (2009). Workplace Dispute Resolution under the Fair Work Act: Is There a Role for Private Alternative Dispute Resolution Providers? Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 20(4), 236-243.

2008

  • Riley, J. (2008). Australie. Revue de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité Sociale, , 256-260.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Book Review: The Employment Contract and the Changed World of Work by Stella Vettori Ashgate, Corporate Social Responsibility Series, 2007; ISBN (Hardback) 978-0-7546-4754-6; UK£55. Journal of Contract Law, 24(3), 284-286.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Industrial Legislation in 2007. Journal of Industrial Relations, 50(3), 417-428.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Innovation Put on Ice? How overly jealous intellectual property protection discourages creativity and productivity. Lawyers Weekly, 18 July 2008.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Innovation Put on Ice? How overly jealous intellectual property protection discourages creativity and productivity. Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, 20(7), 102-104.
  • Riley, J. (2008). Legal Developments in the Transitional Period. In Joellen Riley, Peter Sheldon (Eds.), Remaking Australian Industrial Relations, (pp. 53-64). Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J. (2008). No Rights Without Remedies: Labor's Industrial Relations Architecture and the Enforcement Gap. In Joellen Riley, Peter Sheldon (Eds.), Remaking Australian Industrial Relations, (pp. 167-174). Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J., Sheldon, P. (2008). Remaking Australian Industrial Relations. Sydney: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J., Sheldon, P. (2008). Remaking Industrial Relations in Australia. Economic and Labour Relations Review, 18(2), 1-6.
  • Riley, J., Sheldon, P. (2008). The Economic and Labour Relations Review - Beyond Workchoices: Remaking Industrial Relations in Australia. The Economic Labour Relations Review, 18(2).
  • Riley, J. (2008). The Employment Contract: Rights and Responsibilities. In Punch, P. (Eds.), Australian Master Workplace Relations Guide - Third Edition, (pp. 381-396). Australia: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Riley, J., Sarina, T. (2008). The New Conflict Managers: A Critical Assessment of ADR Methods under Work Choices. In Michelson G, Jamieson S and Burgess J (Eds.), New Employment Actors - Developments from Australia, (pp. 223-244). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing.

2007

  • Riley, J. (2007). Election 2007: Industrial relations policy. Australian Review of Public Affairs, September 2007, 1-5.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Employing Minors in New South Wales: the Industrial Relations (Child Employment) Act 2006 (NSW). Australian Journal of Labour Law, 20(3), 295-301.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Good Faith Performance. In Mordy Bromberg and Mark Irving (Eds.), Australian Charter of Employment Rights, (pp. 9-18). Victoria: Hardie Grant Publishing.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Independent Work Contracts. Sydney: Thomson Lawbook Co. (Thompson Reuters).
  • Sarina, T., Riley, J. (2007). Industrial Legislation in 2006. Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(3), 345-361. [More Information]
  • Riley, J. (2007). Regulating for Fair Dealing in Work Contracts: A New South Wales Approach. Industrial Law Journal, 36(1), 19-34.
  • Riley, J. (2007). The Employment Contract: Rights and Responsibilities. Australian Master Workplace Relations Guide: The Work Choices Edition. Australia: CCH Australia Ltd.
  • Owens, R., Riley, J. (2007). The Law of Work. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Stewart, A., Riley, J. (2007). Working around Work Choices: Collective Bargaining and the Common Law. Melbourne University Law Review, 31, 903-937.
  • Riley, J. (2007). Workplace Policies and the Duty to Provide a Safe Work Environment. CCH Industrial Law News, 2007 (8), 1-3.

2006

  • Riley, J. (2006). A Fair Deal for the Entrepreneurial Worker? Self-employment and Independent Contracting Post Work Choices. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 19(3), 246-261.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Alternative Actions in the Light of Work Choices - Implied Terms. Australian Construction Law Newsletter, 106, 12-19.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Alternative actions in the light of Work Choices: Implied terms. NSW Young Lawyers Employment and Industrial Law One Day Seminar, Sydney, Australia: NSW Young Lawyers Association.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Erschutterung des australischen Arbeitsrechts? Die Work Choices Reform 2006. Zeitschrift fur auslandisches und Internationales Arbeits und Sozialrecht ZIAS, 3, 225-243.
  • Riley, J., Sarina, T. (2006). Industrial Legislation in 2005. Journal of Industrial Relations, 48(3), 341-355. [More Information]
  • Riley, J. (2006). Industrial Relations in 2005. In Hall, R (Eds.), Industrial Relations: A Current Review. London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Regulating Unequal Work Relationships for Fairness and Efficiency: A Study of Business Format Franchising. In C. Arup, P. Gahan, J. Howe, R. Johnstone, R. Mithchell & A. O'Donnell (Eds.), Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation - Essays on the Construction, Constitution and Regulation of Labour Markets and Work Relationships, (pp. 561-578). Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Remedies for arbitrary dismissals after Work Choices. Precedent, 74, 20-23.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Termination of employment legislation digest: Country profile – Australia.
  • Riley, J. (2006). The Evolution of the Contract of Employment Post WorkChoices. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 29(1), 166-180.
  • Riley, J., Sarina, T. (2006). The new conflict managers: A critical assessment of alternative dispute resolution methods under work choices. The New Actors and Institutions in Australian and New Zealand Industrial Relations Conference, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Riley, J. (2006). The potency of workplace policies. Industrial Law News, 9, 1-3.
  • Riley, J. (2006). Who Owns Human Capital? A Critical Appraisal of Legal Techniques for Capturing the Value of Work. ICFAI Journal of Employment Law, April '06, 15-36.
  • Riley, J., Peterson, K. (2006). Work Choices: A Guide to the 2005 Changes. Sydney: Thomson Lawbook Co. (Thompson Reuters).

2005

  • Riley, J. (2005). Contracting for Work/Family Balance. Law in Context, 23(1), 182-201.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Employee Protection at Common Law. Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Fair dismissal under common law? CCH Industrial Law News, 6 September 2005.
  • Riley, J., Smith, B., Sarina, T. (2005). Industrial Legislation in 2004. Journal of Industrial Relations, 47(2), 171-185.
  • Peden, E., Riley, J. (2005). Law Graduates' Skills - A pilot study into employers' perspectives. Legal Education Review, 15(1&2), 87-124.
  • Riley, J. (2005). No 'poaching'? Why not? A reflection on the legitimacy of post employment restrictive covenants. Commercial Law Quarterly, 19(1), 3-8.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Pensioning off Lord Asquith's cook: Blackadder v Ramsay Butchering. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 18(2), 177.
  • Riley, J. (2005). The Impact of Industrial Relations Reform on Employers. 2005 National Local Government Human Resources Conference 'Building a Sustainable Workforce', Sydney, Australia: Local Government Association.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Use and Abuse of Copyright: The 'sweat of the brow' theory gone mad. Alternative Law Journal, 30(3), 109-111.
  • Riley, J. (2005). Who Owns Human Capital? A critical appraisal of legal techniques for capturing the value of work. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 18(1), 1-25.

2004

  • Riley, J. (2004). A Cautionary Tale For Employee Advocates: Bredel V Moore Business Systems Ltd. Commercial Law Quarterly, 18(1), 3-11.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Beyond Deregulation: Imagining an Equitable "Private Law of Work". International Network on Transformative Employment and Labor Law Conference 2004 (INTELL 7), Kyoto, Japan: The Ritsumeikan University Law Association.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Book Review: Harry Glasbeek. Wealth by Stealth. Sydney Law Review, 26, 456-458.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Contracting for work/life balance. CCH Industrial Law News, Volume 4, pages 1-5.
  • Riley, J., Smith, B. (2004). Family-Friendly Work Practices And The Law. Sydney Law Review, 26(3), 395-426.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Industrial Legislation In 2003. Journal of Industrial Relations, 46(2), 184-194.
  • Riley, J. (2004). Psychiatric harm and mutual trust and confidence. CCH Industrial News, Volume 9(30), pages 4-6.

2003

  • Riley, J. (2003). Arguing Trade Practices in Employment. Industrial Law News, 6, 5-7.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Australia. In Blanpain (Eds.), Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labour Law, (pp. 15-35). UK: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Riley, J. (2003). Industrial legislation in 2002. Journal of Industrial Relations, 45(2), 151-165.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Mutual trust and good faith: Can private contract law guarantee fair dealing in the workplace. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 16(1), 28-49.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Protection for employment entitlements: a legal perspective. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 29(1), 31-41.
  • Riley, J. (2003). Who owns the customers? A reflection on recent cases on post employment restraint clauses. Commercial Law Quarterly, 17(2), 3-11.

2002

  • Riley, J. (2002). Australische Gewerkschaften - Kollektiver Akteur aus eigenem Recht oder Interessenvertreter des Einzelnen? Neue Zeitschrift fuer Arbeitsrecht: Zweiwochenschrift fuer die betriebliche Praxis, , 890-893.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Bargaining for Security: Lessons for Employees from the World of Corporate Finance. Journal of Industrial Relations, 44(4), 491-507.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labour Law: Australia. Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labour Law Conference (2002), Tokyo, Japan: The Japan Institute of Labour.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Industrial Legislation in 2001. Journal of Industrial Relations, 44(2), 198-210.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Lessons from Ansett: Locating the employee's voice in corporate enterprise. Alternative Law Journal, 27(3), 115-141.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Protection for Employment Entitlements: A Legal Perspective. Employee entitlements in Australia Conference (2002), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle, Employment Studies Centre.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Review: Mee, J, "The Property Rights of Cohabitees". Australian Journal of Family Law, 16(3), 259-266.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Security for Employee Entitlements. Industrial Law News, 7, 1-3.
  • Riley, J. (2002). Unfair Contracts Review: Unfair favouritism for high flyers? A review of the proposal to amend s106 of the Industrial Relations Act 1996 (NSW). Commercial Law Quarterly, 16(2), 15-22.

2001

  • Hill, J., Riley, J. (2001). Corporate Theory and the Role of the Employee: A Case Study of National Textiles. 11th Annual Corporate Law Teachers Association Conference 2001, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • Riley, J. (2001). Industrial Legislation in 2000. Journal of Industrial Relations, 43, 148-160.
  • Riley, J. (2001). Trust Law and Commercial Contracts. Commercial Law Quarterly, Sept-Nov, 23-27.
  • Riley, J. (2001). Trusts created by reservation of title in trace supply contracts. Australian Law Journal, 75, 348-351.

2000

  • Riley, J. (2000). A Challenge for Commercial Certainty: Retention of Title Trusts. Commercial Law Quarterly, 14, 13-18.
  • Riley, J. (2000). Individual Contracting and Collective Bargaining in the Balance. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 13, 92-98.

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