Professor Luke Nottage

BCA LLB (VUW) LLM (Kyoto) PhD (VUW)
Professor of Comparative and Transnational Business Law
Associate Dean (International)
Co-Director, Australian Network for Japanese Law

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0210
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

Website Australian Network for Japanese Law
Centre for Asian and Pacific Law
Papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
Curriculum vitae Curriculum vitae

Biographical details

Professor Luke Nottage specialises in international arbitration, contract law, consumer product safety law and corporate governance, with a particular interest in Japan and the Asia-Pacific. He is founding Co-Director of the Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL), Associate Director of the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law at the University of Sydney, and Comparative and Global Law Program coordinator for the Sydney Centre for International Law. Luke is also a Director of Japanese Law Links Pty Ltd. His major research project over 2014-16 is an ARC Discovery Project on foreign investment dispute resolution.

Luke studied at Kyoto University (LLM) and Victoria University of Wellington (BCA, LLB, PhD), and first taught at the latter and then Kyushu University Law Faculty, before arriving at the University of Sydney in 2001. He has held fellowships at other leading institutions in Japan and Australia as well as Germany, Italy and Canada. Luke’s publications include Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan (Routledge, 2004), Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan's Gradual Transformation (Elgar, 2008, lead-edited with Leon Wolff and Kent Anderson), International Arbitration in Australia (Federation Press, 2010; lead-edited with Richard Garnett), Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia (Routledge, 2011; edited with Vivienne Bath), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand (Federation Press, 2013; edited with Justin Malbon), Asia-Pacific Disaster Management (Springer, 2014, edited with Simon Butt and Hitoshi Nasu) and four other books (with three more in preparation). Luke has also published over a hundred chapters and refereed articles, mainly in English and Japanese. He has held or retains executive roles in the Australia-Japan Society (NSW), the Law Council of Australia, the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration, and the Asia-Pacific Forum for International Arbitration. Luke has contributed to several looseleaf commentaries; has consulted for law firms world-wide, ASEAN, the EC, the OECD, the UNDP and the Japanese government; and has made numerous public Submissions to the Australian government, especially on arbitration and consumer law reform.

Teaching and supervision

Main teaching responsibilities:

  • Contract Law
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • International Commercial Transactions
  • International Business Law
  • Japanese Law (Kyoto and Tokyo Seminars)

Also:

  • Consumer Contracts and Product Defects
  • Law and Investment in Asia


Doctoral thesis completions:

  • Primary Supervisor for: Peter (Chan) Kwon, 'Reassessing Korean Legal Culture and the Rule of Law: Legal History, Constitutional Review and Negotiations in Cross-Border Finance' (PhD in Law, 2006)
  • Christine Oh, 'Evaluating the framework for international commercial arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in Korea' (SJD, 2003)

Current projects

  • Consultancy for the ASEAN-Australia Development Cooperation Program, “Supporting Research and Dialogue in Consumer Protection” (August 2013 – July 2015), through Sustineo.com.au (with Richard Hughes and Profs Caron Beatson-Wells, Justin Malbon and Jeannie Paterson)

Associations

  • Australasian Forum for International Arbitration (AFIA) [Council member]
  • Australia-Japan Society [Board member, 2011-2013]
  • Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) [Special Associate and Rules Committee member]
  • Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL) [founding Co-Director]
  • International Academy of Comparative Law [by election; National Committee co-convenor]
  • International Law Association [Committee for the International Protection of Consumers]
  • Law Council of Australia – International Law Section and ADR Committee
  • Australasian Law Teachers Association
  • German-Japan Association of Jurists (DJJV)
  • International Association of Consumer Law
  • Japanese Association of Sociology of Law (Hoshakaigakkai)
  • Law and Society Association
  • Lawasia
  • New South Wales Bar Association
  • New Zealand Association for Comparative Law
  • New Zealand Law Society

Selected grants

2014

  • The fundamental importance of foreign direct investment to Australia in the 21st century: Reforming treaty and dispute resolution practice; Trakman L, Nottage L, Kurtz J, Armstrong S; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

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.

2009

  • Consumer Law and Policy in the Asia-Pacific; Nottage L; ARC Asia Pacific Futures Research Network/Research Support.
  • Research studies on the organisation and functiong of the justice system in five selected countries (China, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation); Nottage L, Bath V, Butt S; United Nations Development Programme/Research Support.

2004

  • Traction or Turbulence in Japanese regulatory style? - an empirical analysis of Japanese commercial law reform since the 1990s; Nottage L, Wolff L, Anderson K, Anderson K; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications

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Books

  • Baum, H., Nottage, L., Rheuben, J., Thier, M. (2013). Japanese Business Law in Western Languages: An Annotated Selective Bibliography - Second Edition. United States: William S. Hein & Company, Inc.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Product Safety And Liability Law In Japan: From Minamata To Mad Cows. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Edited Books

  • Butt, S., Nasu, H., Nottage, L. (2014). Asia-Pacific Disaster Management: Comparative and Socio-Legal Perspectives. Germany: Springer.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L., Anderson, K. (2014). Who Governs Japan? Popular Participation in the Japanese Legal Process (Forthcoming). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Malbon, J., Nottage, L. (2013). Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2011). Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia. Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Takao, T., Wolff, L., Nottage, L. (2010). Community and the Law: A Critical Reassessment of American Liberalism and Japanese Modernity. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). International Arbitration in Australia. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Business Law in Japan - Volume 1. Japan: CCH Asia Pacific.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L., Anderson, K. (2008). Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan's Gradual Transformation. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Japan Business Law Guide. Singapore: CCH Asia Pacific.
  • Nottage, L., Ginsburg, T., Hiroo, S. (2001). The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions. Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.

Book Chapters

  • Nottage, L., Bath, V. (2015). Asian Investment and the Growth of Regional Investment Agreements (Forthcoming). In Christoph Antons (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Asian Law. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Nottage, L., Morrison, J. (2015). Australia. In Simon Greenberg, Christopher Kee, Romesh Weeramantry (Eds.), International Commercial Arbitration: An Asia-Pacific Perspective. The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
  • Nottage, L., Butt, S. (2015). Recent International Commercial Arbitration and Investor-State Arbitration Developments Impacting on Australia's Investments in the Resources Sector (Forthcoming). In Philip Evans, Gabriel Moens (Eds.), Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the Resources Sector: A Comparative Perspective. Germany: Springer.
  • Nottage, L., Bath, V. (2014). ASEAN and the ASEAN Australia New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (Forthcoming). In M Bungenberg, J Griebel, A Reinisch and S Hobe (Eds.), International Investment Law. forthcoming: Nomos.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Asia-Pacific Regional Architecture and Consumer Product Safety Regulation Beyond Free Trade Agreements. In Susy Frankel, Meredith Kolsky Lewis (Eds.), Trade Agreements at the Crossroads, (pp. 114-138). United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Corporate Law (Forthcoming). In Parissa Haghirian (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Japanese Business and Management. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Nottage, L., Nasu, H., Butt, S. (2014). Disaster Management: Socio-Legal and Asia-Pacific Perspectives. In Simon Butt, Hitoshi Nasu, Luke Nottage (Eds.), Asia-Pacific Disaster Management: Comparative and Socio-Legal Perspectives, (pp. 1-58). Germany: Springer.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). In/formalization and Glocalization of International Commercial Arbitration and Investment Treaty Arbitration in Asia (Forthcoming). In Joachim Zekoll, Moritz Baelz, Iwo Amelung (Eds.), Dispute Resolution: Alternatives to Formalization – Formalization of Alternatives?. The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). International Commercial Arbitration in Australia: What's New and What's Next? (Forthcoming). In Nye Perram (Eds.), International Commercial Law and Arbitration. Australia: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Policy and Politics in Contract Law Reform in Japan (Forthcoming). In Maurice Adams, Dirk Thilbaut (Eds.), Comparative Law Methodology: Essays for Mark van Hoecke. United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). The Proposed 'Review of Australian Contract Law': An Interim Positive Response (Forthcoming). In Therese Wilson (Eds.), Codifying Contract Law. United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Topics in Contract Formation (Forthcoming). In Stefan Vogenauer (Eds.), Commentary on the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts - 2nd Edition. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Nottage, L., Green, S. (2014). Who Defends Japan? Government Lawyers and Judicial System Reform in Japan (Forthcoming). In L Wolff, L Nottage and K Anderson (Eds.), Who Governs Japan? Popular Participation in the Japanese Legal Process (Forthcoming). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Malbon, J., Nottage, L. (2013). Appendix: Updated Submission to the Australia Government's Consultation on 'Consumer Voices: Sustaining Advocacy and Research in Australia's New Consumer Policy Framework'. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 407-424). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Nakamura, T., Nottage, L. (2013). Arbitration in Japan. In Shahla F. Ali and Tom Ginsburg (Eds.), International Commercial Arbitration in Asia 3rd Ed, (pp. 223-262). Huntington, New York: Juris Publishing.
  • Nottage, L., Riefa, C., Tokeley, K. (2013). Comparative Consumer Law Reform and Economic Integration. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 52-94). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Consumer Product Safety Regulation and Investor-State Arbitration Policy and Practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. In Leon Trakman and Nicola Ranieri (Eds.), Regionalism in International Investment Law, (pp. 452-474). New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Innovating for 'Safe Consumer Credit': Drawing on Product Safety Regulation to Protect Consumers of Credit. In Therese Wilson (Eds.), International Responses to Issues of Credit and Over-indebtedness in the Wake of Crisis, (pp. 185-206). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Nottage, L., Malbon, J. (2013). Introduction - Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 3-38). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Hamamoto, S., Nottage, L. (2013). Japan. In Chester Brown (Eds.), Commentaries on Selected Model Investment Treaties, (pp. 347-391). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Nottage, L., Kellam, J. (2013). Product Liability and Safety Regulation. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 187-237). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Addressing International Arbitration's Ambivalence: Hard Lessons from Australia. In V Bhatia, C Candlin & M Gotti (eds) (Eds.), Discourse and Practice in International Commercial Arbitration: Issues, Challenges and Prospects, (pp. 11-43). England: Ashgate.
  • Heath, C., Nottage, L. (2012). Arbitration Law - Separability and Arbitrability - Terminated Contract. In M Balz, M Dernauer, C Heath, A Petersen-Padberg (eds) (Eds.), Business Law in Japan - Cases and Comments: Intellectual Property, Civil, Commercial and International Private Law, (pp. 773-784). 2400 AH Alphen aan den Rijn The Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Civil Law - Tort Law - Product Liability Law - Claim for Damages. In M Balz, M Dernauer, C Heath, A Petersen-Padberg (eds) (Eds.), Business Law in Japan - Cases and Comments: Intellectual Property, Civil, Commercial and International Private Law, (pp. 85-95). 2400 AH Alphen aan den Rijn The Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Free Trade Agreement and Investment Treaty Innovations to Promote More Sustainable Financial Markets for Consumers. In C Lima Marques, D P Fernandez Arroyo, I Ramsay & G Pearson (eds) (Eds.), The Global Financial Crisis and the Need for Consumer Regulation: New Developments on International Protection of Consumers, (pp. 493-500). Porto Alegre: Orquestra Editora.
  • Baum, H., Nottage, L., Their, M. (2011). Auswahlbibliographie (Selective Bibliography of Japanese Business Law in Western Languages since 1998). In H Baum & M Balz (Eds.), Handbuch Japanisches Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht (Handbook of Japanese Commercial and Economic Law), (pp. 1523-1606). Cologne, Germany: Carl Heymanns Verlag.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Consumer Rights in Japan. In P Haghirian (Eds.), Japanese Consumer Dynamics, (pp. 31-61). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Deliktsrecht und Produkthaftung (Tort Law and Product Liability). In H Baum & M Balz (Eds.), Handbuch Japanisches Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht (Handbook of Japanese Commercial and Economic Law), (pp. 533-566). Cologne, Germany: Carl Heymanns Verlag.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2011). Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia: An Overview. In Vivienne Bath & Luke Nottage (Eds.), Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia, (pp. 1-24). Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Nottage, L., Weeramantry, R. (2011). Investment Arbitration in Asia: Five Perspectives on Law and Practice. In Vivienne Bath & Luke Nottage (Eds.), Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia, (pp. 25-52). Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Japan. In J Du Plessis, A Hargovan & M Bagaric (Eds.), Principles of Contemporary Corporate Governance, Second edition, (pp. 352-386). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Deboos, J., Croft, C., Garnett, R., Gehle, B., Nottage, L. (2010). ACICA's Expedited Arbitration Rules. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 103-121). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). Introduction. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 1-37). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Product Safety Regulation. In Geraint Howells, Iain Ramsay, Thomas Wilhelmsson, David Kraft (Eds.), Handbook of Research on International Consumer Law, (pp. 256-294). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nottage, L., Miles, K. (2010). Revising Investor-State Arbitration Rules in Australia and Japan to Meet Public Interests. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 222-252). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Greenberg, S., Nottage, L., Weeramantry, R. (2010). The 2005 Rules of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration - Revisited. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 79-102). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). The Top Twenty Things to Change In or Around Australia's International Arbitration Act. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 149-190). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L., Kano, H. (2009). Japan. In Kellam, Jocelyn~ (Eds.), Product Liability in the Asia-Pacific Third Edition, (pp. 218-240). Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.
  • Kozuka, S., Nottage, L. (2009). The Myth of the Cautious Consumer: Law, Culture, Economics and Politics in the Rise and Partial Fall of Unsecured Lending in Japan. In Ramsay, Iain~Niemi, Johanna~Whitford, William~ (Eds.), Consumer Credit, Debt and Bankruptcy: Comparative and International Perspectives, (pp. 199-224). Oregon: Hart Publishing.
  • Harland, D., Nottage, L. (2009). Trends Towards Strict Liability and Consumer Product Safety Regulation. In Kellam, Jocelyn~ (Eds.), Product Liability in the Asia-Pacific Third Edition, (pp. 559-578). Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). International Arbitration and Commercial Law Education for an International World. In M Deguchi & M Storme (Eds.), The Reception and Transmission of Civil Procedure Law in the Global Society: Legislative and Legal Education Assistance to Other Countries in Procedural Law, (pp. 71-92). Belgium: Maklu Publishers.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L., Anderson, K. (2008). Introduction: Japan's Gradual Transformation in Corporate Governance. In Luke Nottage, Leon Wolff & Kent Anderson (Eds.), Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan's Gradual Transformation, (pp. 1-20). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Perspectives and Approaches: A Framework For Comparing Japanese Corporate Governance. In Luke Nottage, Leon Wolff & Kent Anderson (Eds.), Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan's Gradual Transformation, (pp. 21-52). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Kozuka, S., Nottage, L. (2008). Re-regulating Unsecured Consumer Credit in Japan: Over-indebted Borrowers, the Supreme Court and New Legislation. In D Parry, A Nordhausem, G Howells & C Twigg-Flesner (Eds.), The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2009 (Markets and the Law), (pp. 197-229). UK: Ashgate.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Comparing Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan: Path-Dependant Globalization. In Harry N. Schreiber and Laurent Mayali (Eds.), Emerging Rights in Japanese Law, (pp. 159-183). UCLA, California: The Robbins Collection.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Consumer Product Safety Regulation Reform in Australia: Ongoing Processes and Possible Outcomes. In G. Howells, A. Nordhausen, D. Parry & C. Twigg-Flesner (Eds.), The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2007, (pp. 327-344). Aldershot, England: Ashgate.
  • Kitagawa, T., Nottage, L. (2007). Globalization of Japanese Corporations and the Development of Corporate Legal Departments: Problems and Prospects. In William P. Alford (Eds.), Raising the Bar: The Emerging Legal Profession in East Asia, (pp. 201-285). Cambridge, MA, USA: Harvard University Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Japan. In D Ream (Eds.), Products Liability Defenses: A State-by-State Compendium, (pp. 827-834). Chicago: Defense Research Institute.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Product Liability and Safety Regulation. In Gerald Paul McAlinn (Eds.), Japanese Business Law, (pp. 221-262). The Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Product Safety Regulation Reform in Australia and Japan: Harmonising Towards European Models? In C. Twigg-Flesner, D. Parry, G. Howells & A. Nordhausen (Eds.), The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2008, (pp. 429-445). UK: Ashgate.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Tetsuzukikihan to shite no Lex Mercatoria: Kokusai Shoji Chusai no Kako, Genjo, Mirai (The Procedural Lex Mercatoria: The Past, Present and Future of International Commercial Arbitration). In Yasushi Kinunaki & Akira Saito (Eds.), Kokusai Keiyaku Ruru no Tanjo (The Genesis of International Contract Law Rules), (pp. 113-156). Tokyo, Japan: Dobunkan.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Comparing Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan: From Minamata to Mad Cows - and Mitsubishi. In Duncan Fairgrieve (Eds.), Product Liability in Comparative Perspective, (pp. 334-340). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L. (2005). Corporate Governance and Law Reform in Japan: From the lost decade to the end of history? In Rene Haak & Markus Pudelko (Eds.), Japanese management : the search for a new balance between continuity and change, (pp. 133-166). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L. (2005). Japan. Doing Business in Asia. The Hague: Kluwer Law International.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Redirecting Japan's Multi-Level Governance. In K. Hopt, E. Wymeersch, H. Kanda & H. Baum (Eds.), Corporate Governance in Context: Corporations, States, and Markets in Europe, Japan, and the US, (pp. 571-598). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Convergence, Divergence And The Middle Way In Unifying Or Harmonizing Private Law. In Russell A. Miller and Peer Zumbansen (Eds.), Annual of German and European Law, Volume 1 (2003), (pp. 166-245). New York: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Is (International) Commercial Arbitration ADR? In David Spencer (Eds.), Dispute Resolution in Australia: Cases, Commentary and Materials. Australia: Lawbook Co.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). A History of Legal Education in New Zealand: Implications for Legal Education Reform in Japan. In S Bengoshikai (Eds.), Legal Education in New South Wales, (pp. 89-103). Sopporo, Japan: Sopporo Bar Association.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Parths Leading to the Same Goal. In NZ Association for Comparative Law (Eds.), The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law Yearbook 6: 2000, (pp. 843-851). New Zealand: The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Paths Leading to the Same Goal. In The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law (Eds.), The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law Yearbook 6, (pp. 843-851). New Zealand: The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Digitalising Legal Education: Japan and the World(s). In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 167-186). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanese Corporate Governance at a Crossroads: Variation in 'Varieties of Capitalism'? In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 66-97). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanisches Recht, Japanese Law, and Nihon-ho. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 20-24). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). New Concerns and Challenges for Product Safety in Japan. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 54-65). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 132-157). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). The Still-Birth and Re-Birth of Product Liability in Japan. In D.Nelken, J.Feest (Eds.), Adapting Legal Cultures, (pp. 147-186). Oxford: Sage Publications.
  • Nottage, L., Ginsburg, T., Hiroo, S. (2001). The Worlds, Vicissitudes and Futures of Japan's Law. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 1-14). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.

Journals

  • Campbell, C., Nappert, S., Nottage, L. (2014). Assessing Treaty-Based Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Abandon, Retain or Reform? Transnational Dispute Management, 11(1), i-iv.
  • Monichino, A., Nottage, L. (2013). Blowing hot and cold on the International Arbitration Act: Three waves of litigation in the Castel v TCL Air Conditioner dispute. Law Society Journal, 51, 56-59.
  • Nottage, L., Monichino, A. (2013). International Commercial Arbitration Developments in Model Law Jurisdictions: Japan Seen from Australia. International Arbitration Law Review, 16(1), 31-42.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). International Commercial Arbitration in Australia: What's New and What's Next? Journal of International Arbitration, 30(5), 465-494.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Negotiating and Applying Investor-State Abitration Provisions in Free Trade Agreements and Investment Treaties: Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific. Chuo Law Review, 119(9-10), 103-164.
  • Rheuben, J., Nottage, L. (2013). Now that the (Radioactive) Dust Has Settled: Resolution of Claims from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster. Asian Dispute Review, 2013 (3), 126-131.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Obituary for Professor Zentaro Kitagawa. Journal of Japanese Law, 36, 304-305.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Review - Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets. By Annelise Riles. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2011. xii, 295 pages. $91.00, cloth; $27.50, paper; $27.50, E-book. Journal of Japanese Studies, 39(1), 230-235.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater: Australia's New Policy on Treaty-Based Investor-State Arbitration and its Impact in Asia. Asian Studies Review, 37(2), 253-272. [More Information]
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Tracing Trajectories in Contract Law Theory: Form in Anglo-New Zealand Law, Substance in Japan and the United States. Yonsei Law Journal, 4(2), 175-271.
  • Burch, M., Nottage, L., Williams, B. (2012). Appropriate Treaty-Based Dispute Resolution for Asia-Pacific Commerce in the 21st Century. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 35(3), 1013-1043.
  • Nottage, L., Aoun, F. (2012). Book Review: Dan Puchniak, Harald Baum, Michael Ewing-Chow (eds), The Derivative Action in Asia: A Comparative and Functional Approach (2012) Cambridge University Press, 425pp. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 213-217.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Consumer Product Safety Regulation and Investor-State Arbitration Policy and Practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. Transnational Dispute Management, 2012 (5).
  • Rheuben, J., Nottage, L. (2012). Cyberspace Revisited: Japanese Business Law Online Today. Australian Journal of Asian Law, 13(1), 1-8.
  • Monichino, A., Nottage, L., Hu, D. (2012). International Arbitration in Australia: Selected Case Notes and Trends. Australian International Law Journal, 19, 181-211.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2012). Introduction: Asian Investment and Finance Law. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 1-4.
  • Nottage, L., Weeramantry, R. (2012). Investment Arbitration in Asia: Five Perspectives on Law and Practice. Arbitration International, 28(1), 19-62.
  • Nottage, L., Kozuka, S. (2012). Lessons from Product Safety Regulation for Reforming Consumer Credit Markets in Japan and Beyond. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 129-161.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Preface: Japanese Law after the 3-11 Disasters, and ANJeL's Anniversary Conference on Asia-Pacific Disaster Management. Journal of Japanese Law, 34, 1-5.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Review - Lovesick Japan: Sex, Marriage, Romance, Law, MARK D. WEST - Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2011 ix, 219 pp. þ notes, index; tables ISBN 978-0-8014-4947-5 hb. Japanese Studies, 32(2), 299-301. [More Information]
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Review - MARK D WEST, Lovesick Japan: Sex, Marriage, Romance, Law - Cornell University Press, Ithaca/London, 2011, viii + 259 pp. hardcover US$29, e-version $18.44. Journal of Japanese Law, 33, 253-258.
  • Garnett, R., Nottage, L. (2012). What Law (if any) now applies to International Commercial Arbitration in Australia? University of New South Wales Law Journal, 35(3), 953-978.
  • Butt, S., Nottage, L. (2011). Book Review, A. Black & G. Bell (eds), Law and Legal Institutions of Asia: Traditions, Adaptations and Innovations (2011) CUP: UK. LawAsia Journal, 2011, 143-155.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Book Review: Neil Boister & Robert Cryer (2008), 'The Tokyo International Military Tribunal: A Reappraisal', Oxford University Press: Oxford, 358pp. New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 8, 343-350.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Confidentiality of mandatory consumer product accident reports: the Australian Consumer Law compared. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 21(9), 102-106.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Consumer product safety regulation and investor-state arbitration policy and practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 22(1-2), 154-158.
  • Hamamoto, S., Nottage, L. (2011). Foreign Investment In and Out of Japan: Economic Backdrop, Domestic Law, and International Treaty-based Investor-State Dispute Resolution. Transnational Dispute Management, 8(5), 1-59.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). International Commercial Arbitration: An Asia-Pacific Perspective. Australian Law Journal, 85(8), 521-523.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Investor - state arbitration provisions: what future? East Asia Forum Quarterly, 3(1), 33-34.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). New Legislative Agendas, Legal Professionals and Dispute Resolution in Australia and Japan: 2009-2010. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 28(June 2011), 33-85.
  • Burch, M., Nottage, L. (2011). Novel Treaty-Based Approaches to Resolving International Investment and Tax Disputes in the Asia-Pacific Region. Australian International Law Journal, 18, 127-140.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Responsive Regulation and Comparative Consumer Product Safety. Hokkaido Journal of New Global Law and Policy, 13, 211-244.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Review - International Commercial Arbitration: An Asia-Pacific Perspective, by Simon Greenberg, Christopher Kee and Romesh Weeramantry, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 2011, 543 pages + xxxvii tables: ISBN 9780521695701. Softcover $120.00. Australian Law Journal, 85(8), 521-523.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Suppliers’ duties to report product-related accidents under the new Australian Consumer Law: a comparative critique. Commercial Law Quarterly, 25(2), 3-14.
  • Garnett, R., Nottage, L. (2011). The 2010 Amendments to the International Arbitration Act: A New Dawn for Australia? Asian International Arbitration Journal, 7(1), 29-53.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). The Rise and Possible Fall of Investor-State Arbitration in Asia: A Skeptic's View of Australia's "Gillard Government Trade Policy Statement". Transnational Dispute Management, 8(5), 1-25.
  • Nottage, L., Green, S. (2011). Who Defends Japan?: Government Lawyers and Judicial System Reform in Japan. Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal, 13(1), 129-173.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Australia's Consumer Law Revival: Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts. Consumer Law News (Shohishaho Nyusu), 83, 300-309.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Law, Public Policy and Economics in Japan and Australia: Reviewing Bilateral Relations and Commercial Regulation in 2009. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 27(March 2010), 15-71.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Proposed Australian Requirements to Disclose Consumer Product Related Incidents: International Perspectives. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 21(1), 8-12.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Reviews: Stacey Steele and Kathryn Taylor (eds): Legal Education in Asia: Globalization, Change and Contexts, Routlege (London, 2010). Journal of Japanese Law, 15(30), 255-264.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Symposium Paper: Afterthoughts: International Commercial Contracts and Arbitration. Australian International Law Journal, 17, 197-204.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). Top 20 Things to Change In or Around Australia's International Arbitration Act. Asian International Arbitration Journal, 6(1), 1-43.
  • Nottage, L., Miles, K. (2009). "Back to the Future" for Investor-State Arbitrations: Revising Rules in Australia and Japan to Meet Public Interests. Journal of International Arbitration, 26(1), 25-58.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Book review, Christine de Matos: Australia, Social Justice and Labour Reform in Occupation Japan. Japanese Studies, 29(3), 454-456.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Book Review: Hiroshi Oda. Japanese Law (3rd ed.), Oxford University Press, 2009. Australian Journal of Asian Law, 11(2), 322-326.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Book Review: The Power of Words in International Relations - Birth of an Anti-Whaling Discourse, by Charlotte Epstein, MIT Press, 2008. Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law, 12(1), 240-246.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Chinese Dumplings and Dodgy Foods in Japan: Implications for the Australia-Japan FTA. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 19(4), 50-56.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Consumer Law Reform in Australia: Contemporary and Comparative Constructive Criticism. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 9(2), 111-136.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Economics, Politics, Public Policy and Law in Japan, Australasia and the Paci c: Corporate Governance, Financial Crisis, and Consumer Product Safety in 2008. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 26, 49-93.
  • Kasahara, T., Yoneda, K., Nottage, L., Inagaki, N. (2009). Hogaku Kyoiku no IT-ka - Daigaku-kan Renkei o Shiya ni Irete [Developing Information Technology for Legal Education: Bringing Inter-University Links Into Perspective]. Joho Netwaku [Information Network] Law Review, , 191-244.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Product Safety Regulation in the Proposed Australian Consumer Law: Proper Disclosure Please. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 19(10), 146-149.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Reviewing Standardisation in Australia: Another Dimension to Product Safety Regulation. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 17(5), 65-69.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). The Cultural (Re)Turn in Japanese Law Studies. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 39(4), 755-777.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). The New Australian Consumer Law: What About Consumer ADR? Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 9(2), 176-197.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Australia's Consumer Policy Framework-Inquiry Report: Few Surprises. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 19(3), 34-36.
  • Nottage, L., Bennett, F., Prokati, K., Anderson, K., Wolff, L., Ibusuki, M. (2008). Beyond Borders in the Classroom - The Possibility of Transnational Legal Education. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 25(March 2008), 183-208.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Book review - Daniel H Foote (ed.), Law in Japan: A Turning Point. Journal of Japanese Law, 25, 261-265.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Book review: Klaus Peter Berger, "Private Dispute Resolution in International Business: Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration". Australian International Law Journal.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Book review: Trevor Ryan, "Dear Judge Ichiro". Japanese Studies, 28(1), 131-132.
  • Kellam, J., Nottage, L. (2008). Europeanisation of Product Liability in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Preliminary Empirical Benchmark. Journal of Consumer Policy: consumer issues in law, economics and behavioral sciences, 31(2), 217-241. [More Information]
  • Nottage, L. (2008). The Productivity Commission's Inquiry into Australia's Consumer Policy Framework: a partial response. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 18(9), 122-127.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Book review: Roehl, W (ed) 'A History of Japanese Law Since 1868'. Journal of Japanese Law, 11(22), 283-291.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Changing Contract Lenses: Unexpected Supervening Events in English, New Zealand, U.S., Japanese, and International Sales Law and Practice. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 14(2), 385-418.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Consumers Beware!. New Zealand Law Journal, 2007 (September), 309-311.
  • Kellam, J., Nottage, L. (2007). Happy 15th Birthday, TPA Part VA ! Australia's Product Liability Morass. Competition and Consumer Law Journal, 15(1), 26-73.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Studie: Produkthaftung in Asienpazifik (Teil 1). Produkt- und Umwelthaftpflicht International - Recht und Versicherung, 2007(1), 22-28.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Nothing New in the (North) East? Interpreting the Rhetoric and Reality of Japanese Corporate Governance. Pacific Economic Papers, 359, 1-46.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Re-regulating Japan: Asbestos, Defectively Designed Buildings, and Secondhand Electrical Products. Journal of Japanese Law, 11(22), 89-114.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Report on Clayton Utz Asia-Pacific Product Liability Survey. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 17(9), 121-140.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Shohiseikatsuyohin no ototeki Saikise - Osutoraria to Nihon ni okeru Hado-ro to Sofuto-ro [Responsive Re-regulation of Consumer Product Safety: Hard and Soft Law in Australia and Japan] (Hitoshi Nasu, translator). Soft Law Kenkyu, 7, 111-144.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). The ABCs of Product Safety Re-regulation in Japan: Asbestos, Buildings, Consumer Electrical Goods, and Schindler's Lifts. Griffith Law Review, 15(2), 242-286.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). The Latest Round in Australia's Review of Consumer Product Safety Regulation: The Productivity Commission's Final Research Report. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 17, 1-8.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). A Decade of Strict Liability Litigation under Japan's Product Liability Law of 1994. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 16(5), 65-69.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Build Postgraduate Law Schools in Kyoto, and Will They Come - Sooner and Later? Australian Journal of Asian Law, 7(3), 241-263.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Civil Procedure Reforms in Japan: The latest round. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 22, 81-86.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Reviewing product safety regulation in Australia - and Japan? Part 1. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 16(7), 100-106.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Reviewing product safety regulation in Australia - and Japan? Part 2. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 16(8), 124-128.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Who's Afraid of the Vienna Sales Convention (CISG)? A New Zealander's View from Australia and Japan. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 36(4), 815-845.
  • McAlinn, G., Nottage, L. (2004). Changing The (Jcaa) Rules: Improving International Commercial Arbitration In Japan. Journal of Japanese Law, 9(18), 23-36.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Civil procedure reforms in Japan: The latest round. Journal of Japanese Law, 18(9), 204-209.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Japan's New Arbitration Law: Domestication Reinforcing Internationalisation. International Arbitration Law Review, 2, 54-60.
  • Nottage, L., Saito, T. (2004). Proposals For The Reform Of Japan'S System For Educating Legal Professionals - From An Australian Law Viewpoint. Horitsu Jiho, 76(2), 30-36.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Review: Vanoverbeke, D, "Community and State in the Japanese Farm Village: Farm Tenancy Conciliation (1924-1938)". Journal of Japanese Law, 9(18), 255-257.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Comparative Law, Asian law and Japanese Law. Journal of Japanese Law, 11, 41-62.
  • Ibusuki, M., Nottage, L. (2003). IT and transformations in legal practice and education in Japan and Australia. The U T S Law Review, 4, 31-48.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Mad cows and Japanese consumers. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 14(9), 125-136.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Review: Basedow, J, et al (ed), "Economic Regulation and Competition: Regulation of Services in the EU, Germany and Japan". Journal of Japanese Law, 8(16), 281-284.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Review: Pryles, M (ed), "Dispute Resolution in Asia". Uniform Law Review, 3, 794-797.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Reviewing the Arbitration Act 1996. New Zealand Law Journal, February 2003, 34-38.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Book review: The Practice of Transnational Law (Klaus Peter Berger ed., 2001). Journal of International Arbitration, 19(1), 67-71.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Is (International Commercial) Arbitration ADR? The Arbitrator and Mediator, 24(1), 83-92.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Is (international) Commercial Arbitration ADR? Bar News: The Journal of the NSW Bar Association, Winter 2002, 27-30.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Japanese Corporate Governance at a Crossroads: Variation in 'Varieties of Capitalism'? North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, 27, 255-299.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Review: Wilmott, L, "Contract Law". Journal of Contract Law, 18, 145-151.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Review: Yasanobu Sato, "Commercial Dispute Processing and Japan". International Arbitration Law Review, , 133-135.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). The Practical and Theoretical Significance of the Lex Mercatoria for Japan: CENTRAL's Empirical Study on the Use of Transnational Law. Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law, 30(9), 1229-1235.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). The Practical and Theoretical Significance of the Lex Mercatoria for Japan: CENTRAL's Empirical Study on the Use of Transnational Law. Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law, 30(10), 1387-1392.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Book review - B.Jazulot "La bonne foi dans les contrats". Journal of Japanese Law, 12, 271-273.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Book review - P.Parkinson "Tradition and Change in Australian Law. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 50(4), 998-1000.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Parths Leading to the Same Goal. La revue juridique polynesienne, 7, 843-851.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Paths Leading to the Same Goal. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 32, 843-851.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanisches Recht, Japanese Law, and Nihon-ho: Towards New Transnational Collaboration in Research and Teaching. Journal of Japanese Law, 12, 17-21.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal, 2(2), 28-65.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, 8, 115-144.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Review: Nysten-Haarala, S, "The Long-term Contract". Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 8.3, 331-335.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Stakeholders in Japanese Corporate Governance. New Zealand Law Journal, February 2001, 35-40.
  • Nottage, L. (2000). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. Journal of Japanese Law, 9, 23-47.
  • Nottage, L. (2000). The present and future of product liability dispute resolution in Japan. William Mitchell Law Review, 27(1), 215-235.
  • Nottage, L. (2000). The Vicissitudes of Transnational Commercial Arbitration and the Lex Mercatoria: A view from the periphery. Arbitration International, 16, 53-78.

Edited Journals

  • Nottage, L. (2012). Journal of Japanese Law. Journal of Japanese Law, 34.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2012). Sydney Law Review: Asian Investment and Finance Law. Sydney Law Review, 34(1).
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2012). The Sydney Law Review. Sydney Law Review, 34(1).

Conferences

  • Nottage, L., Brown, C. (2014). Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards: The Application of the New York Convention by National Courts - National Report for Australia (Forthcoming). XIXth International Congress of Comparative Law 2014, Vienna, Austria: Presentation.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2010). Introduction: Investment Treaties and Foreign (Direct) Investment In and Out of Asia. Investment in Asia Book and Sydney Law Review Project Paper Discussion Workshop 2010, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Freedman, C., Nottage, L. (2006). The Chicago School of Economics and (Japanese) Law: Resisting the Invasions by Stigler and Ramseyer. ANJeL Conference in Japanese Law 2006: War of the Worlds in Japanese Law? Implications for Business Law Harmonisation in an FTA World, Kensington, NSW: Presentation.
  • Freedman, C., Nottage, L. (2006). The Chicago School of Economics and (Japanese) Law: Resisting the Invasions by Stigler and Ramseyer. 16th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 2006, Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA).
  • Freedman, C., Nottage, L. (2006). You Say Tomato, I Say Tomahto, Let's Call the Whole Thing Off: The Chicago School of Law and Economics Comes to Japan. 5th Australian Society of Heterodox Economist Conference SHE 2006, Australia: University of New South Wales - Faculty of Commerce & Economics.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Monichino, A., Nottage, L. (2013). Blowing Hot and Cold on the International Arbitration Act: Three Waves of Litigation in the Castel v TCL Air Conditioner Dispute. International Law Association, Victoria Chapter: News Bulletin - Issue 8.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). International Commercial Arbitration Developments in Model Law Jurisdictions: Japan Seen from Australia. The Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA) Newsletter.
  • Kellam, J., Nottage, L. (2012). Twenty Years of Strict Product Liability in Australia. PHi Haftpflicht International [PHi Liability International], 6.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Drafting Arbitration Clauses to Minimise Costs and Delays in ICA: An Asia-Pacific Perspective. The Australian ADR Reporter, Volume 16 (July 2011), pages 35-38,40.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Implications of the "Gillard Government's Trade Policy Statement" for Investor-State Arbitration in Australasia. The Australian ADR Reporter, Volume 16 (July 2011), pages 49-55.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Investor-State Arbitration Policy and Practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. ACICA Newsletter.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Osutoraria no Shohishaho no Fukatsu - Shohisha Keiyaku ni okeru Futo Joko [Australia's Consumer Law Revival: Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts]. Shohishaho Nyusu [Consumer Law News], 83.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). IAA Review: Towards More Informal, Global, and Comprehensive Solutions. ADR Reporter, March-June 2009, pages 15-17.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Reforming International Commercial Arbitration (ICA) Law: The U.N., New Zealand - Why Not Australia? Australian ADR Reporter (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators - Australian Branch).
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Reforming International Commercial Arbitration (ICA) Law:The U.N., New Zealand - Why Not Australia? Australian ADR Reporter, Volume 7, pages 15-19.
  • Nottage, L., Miles, K. (2008). Why and How Investment Arbitration Should be in the Australia-Japan FTA. JCAA Newsletter, Volume 20, pages 1-12.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Arb-Med in Australia: The Time Has Come. Australian ADR Reporter (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators - Australian Branch).
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Shihoseikatsuyohin no Saikisei in mukete - Nihon, Osutoraria, Oshu o torimaku Kaikaku no Arashi [Towards Consumer Product Safety Re-regulation: The Law Reform Tempest Enveloping Japan, Australia and Europe]. NBL, 847.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Osutoraria ni okeru Chusai Kyoiku - Kokkyo o koeru Teikei ni mukete (Teaching Arbitration in Australia: Towards Transnational Associations). JCA Jyanaru, Volume 52(4), pages 50-54.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Americanisation of Japanese - and Australian - Law? CCH Asiawatch, Volume 60, pages 11-12.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Has Australian Law been Americanised? Implications for Japan's system for educating the legal profession. Causa, September 2003, pages 66-69.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Japan, Inc Goes Global: Elective Corporate Governance Reform. CCH Asiawatch, No 57, April 2003, pages 6-8.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Japan's E-Initiatives, 2000-2001. CCH Asiawatch, No 52, March 2002, pages 7-9.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Re-tilting Japan's Civil Litigation Landscape. CCH Asiawatch, No 54, August 2002, pages 10-11.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Investing in Japan today. CCH Asia Watch Newsletter, Volume 49, pages 16-18.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japan and the WTO Game. CCH Asiawatch, No 47, May 2001, pages 1-4.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japan's Impending Reform of the Administration of Justice: Far from final. CCH Asia Watch Newsletter, Volume 40, pages 7-10.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanese Law Related Internet Resources. CCH Asiawatch, No 46, February 2001, pages 8-11.

Report

  • Nottage, L., Anderson, K., Ibusuki, M., Johnson, D. (2010). Research Studies on the Organisation and Functioning of the Justice System in Five Selected Countries (China, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation) - Japan.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Nothing New in the (North) East? Interpreting the Rhetoric and Reality of Japanese Corporate Governance.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Responsive Re-regulation of Product Safety: Soft and Hard Law in Australia and Japan.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Teaching Arbitration in Australia: Towards Transnational Associations.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). The Procedural Lex Mercatoria: The Past, Present and Future of International Commercial Arbitration.

Reference Works

  • Nottage, L. (2015). Contract Law in Japan (Forthcoming). International Encyclopedia of Laws: Contract Law in Japan. Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Legal Harmonization. In David S. Clark (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives. United States: Sage Publications.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Commercial Regulation. (Vol. 1, pp. 135-144).
  • Nottage, L., Abe, M. (2006). Japanese Law. (Vol. 1, pp. 357-371).

2015

  • Nottage, L., Bath, V. (2015). Asian Investment and the Growth of Regional Investment Agreements (Forthcoming). In Christoph Antons (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Asian Law. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Nottage, L., Morrison, J. (2015). Australia. In Simon Greenberg, Christopher Kee, Romesh Weeramantry (Eds.), International Commercial Arbitration: An Asia-Pacific Perspective. The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
  • Nottage, L. (2015). Contract Law in Japan (Forthcoming). International Encyclopedia of Laws: Contract Law in Japan. Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
  • Nottage, L., Butt, S. (2015). Recent International Commercial Arbitration and Investor-State Arbitration Developments Impacting on Australia's Investments in the Resources Sector (Forthcoming). In Philip Evans, Gabriel Moens (Eds.), Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the Resources Sector: A Comparative Perspective. Germany: Springer.

2014

  • Nottage, L., Bath, V. (2014). ASEAN and the ASEAN Australia New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (Forthcoming). In M Bungenberg, J Griebel, A Reinisch and S Hobe (Eds.), International Investment Law. forthcoming: Nomos.
  • Butt, S., Nasu, H., Nottage, L. (2014). Asia-Pacific Disaster Management: Comparative and Socio-Legal Perspectives. Germany: Springer.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Asia-Pacific Regional Architecture and Consumer Product Safety Regulation Beyond Free Trade Agreements. In Susy Frankel, Meredith Kolsky Lewis (Eds.), Trade Agreements at the Crossroads, (pp. 114-138). United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Campbell, C., Nappert, S., Nottage, L. (2014). Assessing Treaty-Based Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Abandon, Retain or Reform? Transnational Dispute Management, 11(1), i-iv.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Corporate Law (Forthcoming). In Parissa Haghirian (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Japanese Business and Management. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Nottage, L., Nasu, H., Butt, S. (2014). Disaster Management: Socio-Legal and Asia-Pacific Perspectives. In Simon Butt, Hitoshi Nasu, Luke Nottage (Eds.), Asia-Pacific Disaster Management: Comparative and Socio-Legal Perspectives, (pp. 1-58). Germany: Springer.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). In/formalization and Glocalization of International Commercial Arbitration and Investment Treaty Arbitration in Asia (Forthcoming). In Joachim Zekoll, Moritz Baelz, Iwo Amelung (Eds.), Dispute Resolution: Alternatives to Formalization – Formalization of Alternatives?. The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). International Commercial Arbitration in Australia: What's New and What's Next? (Forthcoming). In Nye Perram (Eds.), International Commercial Law and Arbitration. Australia: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Policy and Politics in Contract Law Reform in Japan (Forthcoming). In Maurice Adams, Dirk Thilbaut (Eds.), Comparative Law Methodology: Essays for Mark van Hoecke. United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Nottage, L., Brown, C. (2014). Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards: The Application of the New York Convention by National Courts - National Report for Australia (Forthcoming). XIXth International Congress of Comparative Law 2014, Vienna, Austria: Presentation.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). The Proposed 'Review of Australian Contract Law': An Interim Positive Response (Forthcoming). In Therese Wilson (Eds.), Codifying Contract Law. United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2014). Topics in Contract Formation (Forthcoming). In Stefan Vogenauer (Eds.), Commentary on the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts - 2nd Edition. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Nottage, L., Green, S. (2014). Who Defends Japan? Government Lawyers and Judicial System Reform in Japan (Forthcoming). In L Wolff, L Nottage and K Anderson (Eds.), Who Governs Japan? Popular Participation in the Japanese Legal Process (Forthcoming). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L., Anderson, K. (2014). Who Governs Japan? Popular Participation in the Japanese Legal Process (Forthcoming). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

2013

  • Malbon, J., Nottage, L. (2013). Appendix: Updated Submission to the Australia Government's Consultation on 'Consumer Voices: Sustaining Advocacy and Research in Australia's New Consumer Policy Framework'. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 407-424). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Nakamura, T., Nottage, L. (2013). Arbitration in Japan. In Shahla F. Ali and Tom Ginsburg (Eds.), International Commercial Arbitration in Asia 3rd Ed, (pp. 223-262). Huntington, New York: Juris Publishing.
  • Monichino, A., Nottage, L. (2013). Blowing hot and cold on the International Arbitration Act: Three waves of litigation in the Castel v TCL Air Conditioner dispute. Law Society Journal, 51, 56-59.
  • Monichino, A., Nottage, L. (2013). Blowing Hot and Cold on the International Arbitration Act: Three Waves of Litigation in the Castel v TCL Air Conditioner Dispute. International Law Association, Victoria Chapter: News Bulletin - Issue 8.
  • Nottage, L., Riefa, C., Tokeley, K. (2013). Comparative Consumer Law Reform and Economic Integration. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 52-94). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Malbon, J., Nottage, L. (2013). Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Consumer Product Safety Regulation and Investor-State Arbitration Policy and Practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. In Leon Trakman and Nicola Ranieri (Eds.), Regionalism in International Investment Law, (pp. 452-474). New York, United States of America: Oxford University Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Innovating for 'Safe Consumer Credit': Drawing on Product Safety Regulation to Protect Consumers of Credit. In Therese Wilson (Eds.), International Responses to Issues of Credit and Over-indebtedness in the Wake of Crisis, (pp. 185-206). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Nottage, L., Monichino, A. (2013). International Commercial Arbitration Developments in Model Law Jurisdictions: Japan Seen from Australia. International Arbitration Law Review, 16(1), 31-42.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). International Commercial Arbitration in Australia: What's New and What's Next? Journal of International Arbitration, 30(5), 465-494.
  • Nottage, L., Malbon, J. (2013). Introduction - Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 3-38). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Hamamoto, S., Nottage, L. (2013). Japan. In Chester Brown (Eds.), Commentaries on Selected Model Investment Treaties, (pp. 347-391). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Baum, H., Nottage, L., Rheuben, J., Thier, M. (2013). Japanese Business Law in Western Languages: An Annotated Selective Bibliography - Second Edition. United States: William S. Hein & Company, Inc.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Negotiating and Applying Investor-State Abitration Provisions in Free Trade Agreements and Investment Treaties: Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific. Chuo Law Review, 119(9-10), 103-164.
  • Rheuben, J., Nottage, L. (2013). Now that the (Radioactive) Dust Has Settled: Resolution of Claims from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster. Asian Dispute Review, 2013 (3), 126-131.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Obituary for Professor Zentaro Kitagawa. Journal of Japanese Law, 36, 304-305.
  • Nottage, L., Kellam, J. (2013). Product Liability and Safety Regulation. In Justin Malbon and Luke Nottage (Eds.), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 187-237). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Review - Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets. By Annelise Riles. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2011. xii, 295 pages. $91.00, cloth; $27.50, paper; $27.50, E-book. Journal of Japanese Studies, 39(1), 230-235.
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater: Australia's New Policy on Treaty-Based Investor-State Arbitration and its Impact in Asia. Asian Studies Review, 37(2), 253-272. [More Information]
  • Nottage, L. (2013). Tracing Trajectories in Contract Law Theory: Form in Anglo-New Zealand Law, Substance in Japan and the United States. Yonsei Law Journal, 4(2), 175-271.

2012

  • Nottage, L. (2012). Addressing International Arbitration's Ambivalence: Hard Lessons from Australia. In V Bhatia, C Candlin & M Gotti (eds) (Eds.), Discourse and Practice in International Commercial Arbitration: Issues, Challenges and Prospects, (pp. 11-43). England: Ashgate.
  • Burch, M., Nottage, L., Williams, B. (2012). Appropriate Treaty-Based Dispute Resolution for Asia-Pacific Commerce in the 21st Century. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 35(3), 1013-1043.
  • Heath, C., Nottage, L. (2012). Arbitration Law - Separability and Arbitrability - Terminated Contract. In M Balz, M Dernauer, C Heath, A Petersen-Padberg (eds) (Eds.), Business Law in Japan - Cases and Comments: Intellectual Property, Civil, Commercial and International Private Law, (pp. 773-784). 2400 AH Alphen aan den Rijn The Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Nottage, L., Aoun, F. (2012). Book Review: Dan Puchniak, Harald Baum, Michael Ewing-Chow (eds), The Derivative Action in Asia: A Comparative and Functional Approach (2012) Cambridge University Press, 425pp. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 213-217.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Civil Law - Tort Law - Product Liability Law - Claim for Damages. In M Balz, M Dernauer, C Heath, A Petersen-Padberg (eds) (Eds.), Business Law in Japan - Cases and Comments: Intellectual Property, Civil, Commercial and International Private Law, (pp. 85-95). 2400 AH Alphen aan den Rijn The Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Consumer Product Safety Regulation and Investor-State Arbitration Policy and Practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. Transnational Dispute Management, 2012 (5).
  • Rheuben, J., Nottage, L. (2012). Cyberspace Revisited: Japanese Business Law Online Today. Australian Journal of Asian Law, 13(1), 1-8.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Free Trade Agreement and Investment Treaty Innovations to Promote More Sustainable Financial Markets for Consumers. In C Lima Marques, D P Fernandez Arroyo, I Ramsay & G Pearson (eds) (Eds.), The Global Financial Crisis and the Need for Consumer Regulation: New Developments on International Protection of Consumers, (pp. 493-500). Porto Alegre: Orquestra Editora.
  • Monichino, A., Nottage, L., Hu, D. (2012). International Arbitration in Australia: Selected Case Notes and Trends. Australian International Law Journal, 19, 181-211.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). International Commercial Arbitration Developments in Model Law Jurisdictions: Japan Seen from Australia. The Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA) Newsletter.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2012). Introduction: Asian Investment and Finance Law. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 1-4.
  • Nottage, L., Weeramantry, R. (2012). Investment Arbitration in Asia: Five Perspectives on Law and Practice. Arbitration International, 28(1), 19-62.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Journal of Japanese Law. Journal of Japanese Law, 34.
  • Nottage, L., Kozuka, S. (2012). Lessons from Product Safety Regulation for Reforming Consumer Credit Markets in Japan and Beyond. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 129-161.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Preface: Japanese Law after the 3-11 Disasters, and ANJeL's Anniversary Conference on Asia-Pacific Disaster Management. Journal of Japanese Law, 34, 1-5.
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Review - Lovesick Japan: Sex, Marriage, Romance, Law, MARK D. WEST - Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2011 ix, 219 pp. þ notes, index; tables ISBN 978-0-8014-4947-5 hb. Japanese Studies, 32(2), 299-301. [More Information]
  • Nottage, L. (2012). Review - MARK D WEST, Lovesick Japan: Sex, Marriage, Romance, Law - Cornell University Press, Ithaca/London, 2011, viii + 259 pp. hardcover US$29, e-version $18.44. Journal of Japanese Law, 33, 253-258.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2012). Sydney Law Review: Asian Investment and Finance Law. Sydney Law Review, 34(1).
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2012). The Sydney Law Review. Sydney Law Review, 34(1).
  • Kellam, J., Nottage, L. (2012). Twenty Years of Strict Product Liability in Australia. PHi Haftpflicht International [PHi Liability International], 6.
  • Garnett, R., Nottage, L. (2012). What Law (if any) now applies to International Commercial Arbitration in Australia? University of New South Wales Law Journal, 35(3), 953-978.

2011

  • Baum, H., Nottage, L., Their, M. (2011). Auswahlbibliographie (Selective Bibliography of Japanese Business Law in Western Languages since 1998). In H Baum & M Balz (Eds.), Handbuch Japanisches Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht (Handbook of Japanese Commercial and Economic Law), (pp. 1523-1606). Cologne, Germany: Carl Heymanns Verlag.
  • Butt, S., Nottage, L. (2011). Book Review, A. Black & G. Bell (eds), Law and Legal Institutions of Asia: Traditions, Adaptations and Innovations (2011) CUP: UK. LawAsia Journal, 2011, 143-155.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Book Review: Neil Boister & Robert Cryer (2008), 'The Tokyo International Military Tribunal: A Reappraisal', Oxford University Press: Oxford, 358pp. New Zealand Yearbook of International Law, 8, 343-350.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Confidentiality of mandatory consumer product accident reports: the Australian Consumer Law compared. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 21(9), 102-106.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Consumer product safety regulation and investor-state arbitration policy and practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 22(1-2), 154-158.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Consumer Rights in Japan. In P Haghirian (Eds.), Japanese Consumer Dynamics, (pp. 31-61). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Deliktsrecht und Produkthaftung (Tort Law and Product Liability). In H Baum & M Balz (Eds.), Handbuch Japanisches Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht (Handbook of Japanese Commercial and Economic Law), (pp. 533-566). Cologne, Germany: Carl Heymanns Verlag.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Drafting Arbitration Clauses to Minimise Costs and Delays in ICA: An Asia-Pacific Perspective. The Australian ADR Reporter, Volume 16 (July 2011), pages 35-38,40.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2011). Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia. Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2011). Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia: An Overview. In Vivienne Bath & Luke Nottage (Eds.), Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia, (pp. 1-24). Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Hamamoto, S., Nottage, L. (2011). Foreign Investment In and Out of Japan: Economic Backdrop, Domestic Law, and International Treaty-based Investor-State Dispute Resolution. Transnational Dispute Management, 8(5), 1-59.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Implications of the "Gillard Government's Trade Policy Statement" for Investor-State Arbitration in Australasia. The Australian ADR Reporter, Volume 16 (July 2011), pages 49-55.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). International Commercial Arbitration: An Asia-Pacific Perspective. Australian Law Journal, 85(8), 521-523.
  • Nottage, L., Weeramantry, R. (2011). Investment Arbitration in Asia: Five Perspectives on Law and Practice. In Vivienne Bath & Luke Nottage (Eds.), Foreign Investment and Dispute Resolution Law and Practice in Asia, (pp. 25-52). Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Investor - state arbitration provisions: what future? East Asia Forum Quarterly, 3(1), 33-34.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Investor-State Arbitration Policy and Practice after Philip Morris Asia v Australia. ACICA Newsletter.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Japan. In J Du Plessis, A Hargovan & M Bagaric (Eds.), Principles of Contemporary Corporate Governance, Second edition, (pp. 352-386). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). New Legislative Agendas, Legal Professionals and Dispute Resolution in Australia and Japan: 2009-2010. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 28(June 2011), 33-85.
  • Burch, M., Nottage, L. (2011). Novel Treaty-Based Approaches to Resolving International Investment and Tax Disputes in the Asia-Pacific Region. Australian International Law Journal, 18, 127-140.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Responsive Regulation and Comparative Consumer Product Safety. Hokkaido Journal of New Global Law and Policy, 13, 211-244.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Review - International Commercial Arbitration: An Asia-Pacific Perspective, by Simon Greenberg, Christopher Kee and Romesh Weeramantry, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 2011, 543 pages + xxxvii tables: ISBN 9780521695701. Softcover $120.00. Australian Law Journal, 85(8), 521-523.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). Suppliers’ duties to report product-related accidents under the new Australian Consumer Law: a comparative critique. Commercial Law Quarterly, 25(2), 3-14.
  • Garnett, R., Nottage, L. (2011). The 2010 Amendments to the International Arbitration Act: A New Dawn for Australia? Asian International Arbitration Journal, 7(1), 29-53.
  • Nottage, L. (2011). The Rise and Possible Fall of Investor-State Arbitration in Asia: A Skeptic's View of Australia's "Gillard Government Trade Policy Statement". Transnational Dispute Management, 8(5), 1-25.
  • Nottage, L., Green, S. (2011). Who Defends Japan?: Government Lawyers and Judicial System Reform in Japan. Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal, 13(1), 129-173.

2010

  • Deboos, J., Croft, C., Garnett, R., Gehle, B., Nottage, L. (2010). ACICA's Expedited Arbitration Rules. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 103-121). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Australia's Consumer Law Revival: Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts. Consumer Law News (Shohishaho Nyusu), 83, 300-309.
  • Takao, T., Wolff, L., Nottage, L. (2010). Community and the Law: A Critical Reassessment of American Liberalism and Japanese Modernity. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). International Arbitration in Australia. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). Introduction. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 1-37). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Bath, V., Nottage, L. (2010). Introduction: Investment Treaties and Foreign (Direct) Investment In and Out of Asia. Investment in Asia Book and Sydney Law Review Project Paper Discussion Workshop 2010, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Law, Public Policy and Economics in Japan and Australia: Reviewing Bilateral Relations and Commercial Regulation in 2009. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 27(March 2010), 15-71.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Osutoraria no Shohishaho no Fukatsu - Shohisha Keiyaku ni okeru Futo Joko [Australia's Consumer Law Revival: Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts]. Shohishaho Nyusu [Consumer Law News], 83.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Product Safety Regulation. In Geraint Howells, Iain Ramsay, Thomas Wilhelmsson, David Kraft (Eds.), Handbook of Research on International Consumer Law, (pp. 256-294). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Proposed Australian Requirements to Disclose Consumer Product Related Incidents: International Perspectives. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 21(1), 8-12.
  • Nottage, L., Anderson, K., Ibusuki, M., Johnson, D. (2010). Research Studies on the Organisation and Functioning of the Justice System in Five Selected Countries (China, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation) - Japan.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Reviews: Stacey Steele and Kathryn Taylor (eds): Legal Education in Asia: Globalization, Change and Contexts, Routlege (London, 2010). Journal of Japanese Law, 15(30), 255-264.
  • Nottage, L., Miles, K. (2010). Revising Investor-State Arbitration Rules in Australia and Japan to Meet Public Interests. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 222-252). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2010). Symposium Paper: Afterthoughts: International Commercial Contracts and Arbitration. Australian International Law Journal, 17, 197-204.
  • Greenberg, S., Nottage, L., Weeramantry, R. (2010). The 2005 Rules of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration - Revisited. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 79-102). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). The Top Twenty Things to Change In or Around Australia's International Arbitration Act. In Luke Nottage and Richard Garnett (Eds.), International Arbitration in Australia, (pp. 149-190). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L., Garnett, R. (2010). Top 20 Things to Change In or Around Australia's International Arbitration Act. Asian International Arbitration Journal, 6(1), 1-43.

2009

  • Nottage, L., Miles, K. (2009). "Back to the Future" for Investor-State Arbitrations: Revising Rules in Australia and Japan to Meet Public Interests. Journal of International Arbitration, 26(1), 25-58.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Book review, Christine de Matos: Australia, Social Justice and Labour Reform in Occupation Japan. Japanese Studies, 29(3), 454-456.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Book Review: Hiroshi Oda. Japanese Law (3rd ed.), Oxford University Press, 2009. Australian Journal of Asian Law, 11(2), 322-326.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Book Review: The Power of Words in International Relations - Birth of an Anti-Whaling Discourse, by Charlotte Epstein, MIT Press, 2008. Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law, 12(1), 240-246.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Chinese Dumplings and Dodgy Foods in Japan: Implications for the Australia-Japan FTA. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 19(4), 50-56.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Consumer Law Reform in Australia: Contemporary and Comparative Constructive Criticism. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 9(2), 111-136.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Economics, Politics, Public Policy and Law in Japan, Australasia and the Paci c: Corporate Governance, Financial Crisis, and Consumer Product Safety in 2008. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 26, 49-93.
  • Kasahara, T., Yoneda, K., Nottage, L., Inagaki, N. (2009). Hogaku Kyoiku no IT-ka - Daigaku-kan Renkei o Shiya ni Irete [Developing Information Technology for Legal Education: Bringing Inter-University Links Into Perspective]. Joho Netwaku [Information Network] Law Review, , 191-244.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). IAA Review: Towards More Informal, Global, and Comprehensive Solutions. ADR Reporter, March-June 2009, pages 15-17.
  • Nottage, L., Kano, H. (2009). Japan. In Kellam, Jocelyn~ (Eds.), Product Liability in the Asia-Pacific Third Edition, (pp. 218-240). Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Product Safety Regulation in the Proposed Australian Consumer Law: Proper Disclosure Please. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 19(10), 146-149.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). Reviewing Standardisation in Australia: Another Dimension to Product Safety Regulation. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 17(5), 65-69.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). The Cultural (Re)Turn in Japanese Law Studies. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 39(4), 755-777.
  • Kozuka, S., Nottage, L. (2009). The Myth of the Cautious Consumer: Law, Culture, Economics and Politics in the Rise and Partial Fall of Unsecured Lending in Japan. In Ramsay, Iain~Niemi, Johanna~Whitford, William~ (Eds.), Consumer Credit, Debt and Bankruptcy: Comparative and International Perspectives, (pp. 199-224). Oregon: Hart Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2009). The New Australian Consumer Law: What About Consumer ADR? Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 9(2), 176-197.
  • Harland, D., Nottage, L. (2009). Trends Towards Strict Liability and Consumer Product Safety Regulation. In Kellam, Jocelyn~ (Eds.), Product Liability in the Asia-Pacific Third Edition, (pp. 559-578). Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.

2008

  • Nottage, L. (2008). Australia's Consumer Policy Framework-Inquiry Report: Few Surprises. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 19(3), 34-36.
  • Nottage, L., Bennett, F., Prokati, K., Anderson, K., Wolff, L., Ibusuki, M. (2008). Beyond Borders in the Classroom - The Possibility of Transnational Legal Education. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 25(March 2008), 183-208.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Book review - Daniel H Foote (ed.), Law in Japan: A Turning Point. Journal of Japanese Law, 25, 261-265.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Book review: Klaus Peter Berger, "Private Dispute Resolution in International Business: Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration". Australian International Law Journal.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Book review: Trevor Ryan, "Dear Judge Ichiro". Japanese Studies, 28(1), 131-132.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Business Law in Japan - Volume 1. Japan: CCH Asia Pacific.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L., Anderson, K. (2008). Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan's Gradual Transformation. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Kellam, J., Nottage, L. (2008). Europeanisation of Product Liability in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Preliminary Empirical Benchmark. Journal of Consumer Policy: consumer issues in law, economics and behavioral sciences, 31(2), 217-241. [More Information]
  • Nottage, L. (2008). International Arbitration and Commercial Law Education for an International World. In M Deguchi & M Storme (Eds.), The Reception and Transmission of Civil Procedure Law in the Global Society: Legislative and Legal Education Assistance to Other Countries in Procedural Law, (pp. 71-92). Belgium: Maklu Publishers.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L., Anderson, K. (2008). Introduction: Japan's Gradual Transformation in Corporate Governance. In Luke Nottage, Leon Wolff & Kent Anderson (Eds.), Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan's Gradual Transformation, (pp. 1-20). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Japan Business Law Guide. Singapore: CCH Asia Pacific.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Perspectives and Approaches: A Framework For Comparing Japanese Corporate Governance. In Luke Nottage, Leon Wolff & Kent Anderson (Eds.), Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan's Gradual Transformation, (pp. 21-52). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Kozuka, S., Nottage, L. (2008). Re-regulating Unsecured Consumer Credit in Japan: Over-indebted Borrowers, the Supreme Court and New Legislation. In D Parry, A Nordhausem, G Howells & C Twigg-Flesner (Eds.), The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2009 (Markets and the Law), (pp. 197-229). UK: Ashgate.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Reforming International Commercial Arbitration (ICA) Law: The U.N., New Zealand - Why Not Australia? Australian ADR Reporter (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators - Australian Branch).
  • Nottage, L. (2008). Reforming International Commercial Arbitration (ICA) Law:The U.N., New Zealand - Why Not Australia? Australian ADR Reporter, Volume 7, pages 15-19.
  • Nottage, L. (2008). The Productivity Commission's Inquiry into Australia's Consumer Policy Framework: a partial response. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 18(9), 122-127.
  • Nottage, L., Miles, K. (2008). Why and How Investment Arbitration Should be in the Australia-Japan FTA. JCAA Newsletter, Volume 20, pages 1-12.

2007

  • Nottage, L. (2007). Arb-Med in Australia: The Time Has Come. Australian ADR Reporter (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators - Australian Branch).
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Book review: Roehl, W (ed) 'A History of Japanese Law Since 1868'. Journal of Japanese Law, 11(22), 283-291.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Changing Contract Lenses: Unexpected Supervening Events in English, New Zealand, U.S., Japanese, and International Sales Law and Practice. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 14(2), 385-418.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Comparing Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan: Path-Dependant Globalization. In Harry N. Schreiber and Laurent Mayali (Eds.), Emerging Rights in Japanese Law, (pp. 159-183). UCLA, California: The Robbins Collection.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Consumer Product Safety Regulation Reform in Australia: Ongoing Processes and Possible Outcomes. In G. Howells, A. Nordhausen, D. Parry & C. Twigg-Flesner (Eds.), The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2007, (pp. 327-344). Aldershot, England: Ashgate.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Consumers Beware!. New Zealand Law Journal, 2007 (September), 309-311.
  • Kitagawa, T., Nottage, L. (2007). Globalization of Japanese Corporations and the Development of Corporate Legal Departments: Problems and Prospects. In William P. Alford (Eds.), Raising the Bar: The Emerging Legal Profession in East Asia, (pp. 201-285). Cambridge, MA, USA: Harvard University Press.
  • Kellam, J., Nottage, L. (2007). Happy 15th Birthday, TPA Part VA ! Australia's Product Liability Morass. Competition and Consumer Law Journal, 15(1), 26-73.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Japan. In D Ream (Eds.), Products Liability Defenses: A State-by-State Compendium, (pp. 827-834). Chicago: Defense Research Institute.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Legal Harmonization. In David S. Clark (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives. United States: Sage Publications.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Product Liability and Safety Regulation. In Gerald Paul McAlinn (Eds.), Japanese Business Law, (pp. 221-262). The Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Product Safety Regulation Reform in Australia and Japan: Harmonising Towards European Models? In C. Twigg-Flesner, D. Parry, G. Howells & A. Nordhausen (Eds.), The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2008, (pp. 429-445). UK: Ashgate.
  • Nottage, L. (2007). Studie: Produkthaftung in Asienpazifik (Teil 1). Produkt- und Umwelthaftpflicht International - Recht und Versicherung, 2007(1), 22-28.

2006

  • Nottage, L. (2006). Commercial Regulation. (Vol. 1, pp. 135-144).
  • Nottage, L., Abe, M. (2006). Japanese Law. (Vol. 1, pp. 357-371).
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Nothing New in the (North) East? Interpreting the Rhetoric and Reality of Japanese Corporate Governance. Pacific Economic Papers, 359, 1-46.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Nothing New in the (North) East? Interpreting the Rhetoric and Reality of Japanese Corporate Governance.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Re-regulating Japan: Asbestos, Defectively Designed Buildings, and Secondhand Electrical Products. Journal of Japanese Law, 11(22), 89-114.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Report on Clayton Utz Asia-Pacific Product Liability Survey. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 17(9), 121-140.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Responsive Re-regulation of Product Safety: Soft and Hard Law in Australia and Japan.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Shihoseikatsuyohin no Saikisei in mukete - Nihon, Osutoraria, Oshu o torimaku Kaikaku no Arashi [Towards Consumer Product Safety Re-regulation: The Law Reform Tempest Enveloping Japan, Australia and Europe]. NBL, 847.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Shohiseikatsuyohin no ototeki Saikise - Osutoraria to Nihon ni okeru Hado-ro to Sofuto-ro [Responsive Re-regulation of Consumer Product Safety: Hard and Soft Law in Australia and Japan] (Hitoshi Nasu, translator). Soft Law Kenkyu, 7, 111-144.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). Tetsuzukikihan to shite no Lex Mercatoria: Kokusai Shoji Chusai no Kako, Genjo, Mirai (The Procedural Lex Mercatoria: The Past, Present and Future of International Commercial Arbitration). In Yasushi Kinunaki & Akira Saito (Eds.), Kokusai Keiyaku Ruru no Tanjo (The Genesis of International Contract Law Rules), (pp. 113-156). Tokyo, Japan: Dobunkan.
  • Nottage, L. (2006). The ABCs of Product Safety Re-regulation in Japan: Asbestos, Buildings, Consumer Electrical Goods, and Schindler's Lifts. Griffith Law Review, 15(2), 242-286.
  • Freedman, C., Nottage, L. (2006). The Chicago School of Economics and (Japanese) Law: Resisting the Invasions by Stigler and Ramseyer. ANJeL Conference in Japanese Law 2006: War of the Worlds in Japanese Law? Implications for Business Law Harmonisation in an FTA World, Kensington, NSW: Presentation.
  • Freedman, C., Nottage, L. (2006). The Chicago School of Economics and (Japanese) Law: Resisting the Invasions by Stigler and Ramseyer. 16th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 2006, Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA).
  • Nottage, L. (2006). The Latest Round in Australia's Review of Consumer Product Safety Regulation: The Productivity Commission's Final Research Report. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 17, 1-8.
  • Freedman, C., Nottage, L. (2006). You Say Tomato, I Say Tomahto, Let's Call the Whole Thing Off: The Chicago School of Law and Economics Comes to Japan. 5th Australian Society of Heterodox Economist Conference SHE 2006, Australia: University of New South Wales - Faculty of Commerce & Economics.

2005

  • Nottage, L. (2005). A Decade of Strict Liability Litigation under Japan's Product Liability Law of 1994. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 16(5), 65-69.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Build Postgraduate Law Schools in Kyoto, and Will They Come - Sooner and Later? Australian Journal of Asian Law, 7(3), 241-263.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Civil Procedure Reforms in Japan: The latest round. Ritsumeikan Law Review, 22, 81-86.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Comparing Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan: From Minamata to Mad Cows - and Mitsubishi. In Duncan Fairgrieve (Eds.), Product Liability in Comparative Perspective, (pp. 334-340). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L. (2005). Corporate Governance and Law Reform in Japan: From the lost decade to the end of history? In Rene Haak & Markus Pudelko (Eds.), Japanese management : the search for a new balance between continuity and change, (pp. 133-166). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nottage, L., Wolff, L. (2005). Japan. Doing Business in Asia. The Hague: Kluwer Law International.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Osutoraria ni okeru Chusai Kyoiku - Kokkyo o koeru Teikei ni mukete (Teaching Arbitration in Australia: Towards Transnational Associations). JCA Jyanaru, Volume 52(4), pages 50-54.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Redirecting Japan's Multi-Level Governance. In K. Hopt, E. Wymeersch, H. Kanda & H. Baum (Eds.), Corporate Governance in Context: Corporations, States, and Markets in Europe, Japan, and the US, (pp. 571-598). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Reviewing product safety regulation in Australia - and Japan? Part 1. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 16(7), 100-106.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Reviewing product safety regulation in Australia - and Japan? Part 2. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 16(8), 124-128.
  • Nottage, L. (2005). Who's Afraid of the Vienna Sales Convention (CISG)? A New Zealander's View from Australia and Japan. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 36(4), 815-845.

2004

  • McAlinn, G., Nottage, L. (2004). Changing The (Jcaa) Rules: Improving International Commercial Arbitration In Japan. Journal of Japanese Law, 9(18), 23-36.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Civil procedure reforms in Japan: The latest round. Journal of Japanese Law, 18(9), 204-209.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Convergence, Divergence And The Middle Way In Unifying Or Harmonizing Private Law. In Russell A. Miller and Peer Zumbansen (Eds.), Annual of German and European Law, Volume 1 (2003), (pp. 166-245). New York: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Is (International) Commercial Arbitration ADR? In David Spencer (Eds.), Dispute Resolution in Australia: Cases, Commentary and Materials. Australia: Lawbook Co.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Japan's New Arbitration Law: Domestication Reinforcing Internationalisation. International Arbitration Law Review, 2, 54-60.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Product Safety And Liability Law In Japan: From Minamata To Mad Cows. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Nottage, L., Saito, T. (2004). Proposals For The Reform Of Japan'S System For Educating Legal Professionals - From An Australian Law Viewpoint. Horitsu Jiho, 76(2), 30-36.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Review: Vanoverbeke, D, "Community and State in the Japanese Farm Village: Farm Tenancy Conciliation (1924-1938)". Journal of Japanese Law, 9(18), 255-257.
  • Nottage, L. (2004). Teaching Arbitration in Australia: Towards Transnational Associations.

2003

  • Nottage, L. (2003). Americanisation of Japanese - and Australian - Law? CCH Asiawatch, Volume 60, pages 11-12.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Comparative Law, Asian law and Japanese Law. Journal of Japanese Law, 11, 41-62.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Has Australian Law been Americanised? Implications for Japan's system for educating the legal profession. Causa, September 2003, pages 66-69.
  • Ibusuki, M., Nottage, L. (2003). IT and transformations in legal practice and education in Japan and Australia. The U T S Law Review, 4, 31-48.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Japan, Inc Goes Global: Elective Corporate Governance Reform. CCH Asiawatch, No 57, April 2003, pages 6-8.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Mad cows and Japanese consumers. Australian Product Liability Reporter, 14(9), 125-136.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Review: Basedow, J, et al (ed), "Economic Regulation and Competition: Regulation of Services in the EU, Germany and Japan". Journal of Japanese Law, 8(16), 281-284.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Review: Pryles, M (ed), "Dispute Resolution in Asia". Uniform Law Review, 3, 794-797.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). Reviewing the Arbitration Act 1996. New Zealand Law Journal, February 2003, 34-38.
  • Nottage, L. (2003). The Procedural Lex Mercatoria: The Past, Present and Future of International Commercial Arbitration.

2002

  • Nottage, L. (2002). A History of Legal Education in New Zealand: Implications for Legal Education Reform in Japan. In S Bengoshikai (Eds.), Legal Education in New South Wales, (pp. 89-103). Sopporo, Japan: Sopporo Bar Association.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Book review: The Practice of Transnational Law (Klaus Peter Berger ed., 2001). Journal of International Arbitration, 19(1), 67-71.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Is (International Commercial) Arbitration ADR? The Arbitrator and Mediator, 24(1), 83-92.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Is (international) Commercial Arbitration ADR? Bar News: The Journal of the NSW Bar Association, Winter 2002, 27-30.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Japan's E-Initiatives, 2000-2001. CCH Asiawatch, No 52, March 2002, pages 7-9.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Japanese Corporate Governance at a Crossroads: Variation in 'Varieties of Capitalism'? North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, 27, 255-299.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Re-tilting Japan's Civil Litigation Landscape. CCH Asiawatch, No 54, August 2002, pages 10-11.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Review: Wilmott, L, "Contract Law". Journal of Contract Law, 18, 145-151.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). Review: Yasanobu Sato, "Commercial Dispute Processing and Japan". International Arbitration Law Review, , 133-135.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). The Practical and Theoretical Significance of the Lex Mercatoria for Japan: CENTRAL's Empirical Study on the Use of Transnational Law. Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law, 30(9), 1229-1235.
  • Nottage, L. (2002). The Practical and Theoretical Significance of the Lex Mercatoria for Japan: CENTRAL's Empirical Study on the Use of Transnational Law. Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law, 30(10), 1387-1392.

2001

  • Nottage, L. (2001). Book review - B.Jazulot "La bonne foi dans les contrats". Journal of Japanese Law, 12, 271-273.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Book review - P.Parkinson "Tradition and Change in Australian Law. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 50(4), 998-1000.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Parths Leading to the Same Goal. La revue juridique polynesienne, 7, 843-851.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Parths Leading to the Same Goal. In NZ Association for Comparative Law (Eds.), The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law Yearbook 6: 2000, (pp. 843-851). New Zealand: The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Paths Leading to the Same Goal. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 32, 843-851.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Comment on Civil Law and Common Law: Two Different Paths Leading to the Same Goal. In The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law (Eds.), The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law Yearbook 6, (pp. 843-851). New Zealand: The New Zealand Association for Comparative Law.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Digitalising Legal Education: Japan and the World(s). In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 167-186). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Investing in Japan today. CCH Asia Watch Newsletter, Volume 49, pages 16-18.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japan and the WTO Game. CCH Asiawatch, No 47, May 2001, pages 1-4.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japan's Impending Reform of the Administration of Justice: Far from final. CCH Asia Watch Newsletter, Volume 40, pages 7-10.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanese Corporate Governance at a Crossroads: Variation in 'Varieties of Capitalism'? In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 66-97). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanese Law Related Internet Resources. CCH Asiawatch, No 46, February 2001, pages 8-11.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanisches Recht, Japanese Law, and Nihon-ho. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 20-24). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Japanisches Recht, Japanese Law, and Nihon-ho: Towards New Transnational Collaboration in Research and Teaching. Journal of Japanese Law, 12, 17-21.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). New Concerns and Challenges for Product Safety in Japan. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 54-65). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal, 2(2), 28-65.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 132-157). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, 8, 115-144.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Review: Nysten-Haarala, S, "The Long-term Contract". Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 8.3, 331-335.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). Stakeholders in Japanese Corporate Governance. New Zealand Law Journal, February 2001, 35-40.
  • Nottage, L., Ginsburg, T., Hiroo, S. (2001). The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions. Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
  • Nottage, L. (2001). The Still-Birth and Re-Birth of Product Liability in Japan. In D.Nelken, J.Feest (Eds.), Adapting Legal Cultures, (pp. 147-186). Oxford: Sage Publications.
  • Nottage, L., Ginsburg, T., Hiroo, S. (2001). The Worlds, Vicissitudes and Futures of Japan's Law. In Tom Ginsburg, Luke Nottage, Hiroo Sono (Eds.), The Multiple Worlds of Japanese Law: Disjunctions and Conjunctions, (pp. 1-14). Victoria, B.C Canada: Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.

2000

  • Nottage, L. (2000). Reformist Conservatism and Failures of Imagination in Japanese Legal Education. Journal of Japanese Law, 9, 23-47.
  • Nottage, L. (2000). The present and future of product liability dispute resolution in Japan. William Mitchell Law Review, 27(1), 215-235.
  • Nottage, L. (2000). The Vicissitudes of Transnational Commercial Arbitration and the Lex Mercatoria: A view from the periphery. Arbitration International, 16, 53-78.

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