Recent Publications by Centre members

2014

Edited Books
  • Simon Butt, Hitoshi Nasu, Luke Nottage, (2014). Asia-Pacific Disaster Management: Comparative and Socio-Legal Perspectives. Germany: Springer.
  • Tim Stephens and David VanderZwaag (eds), (2014) Polar Oceans Governance in an Era of Environmental Change Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Ben Saul and Tim Stephens. (2014). Antarctica In International Law (Forthcoming). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing Ltd.
Book Chapters
  • Simon Butt, (2014). Disaster Management Law in Indonesia: From Response to Preparedness? In Simon Butt, Hitoshi Nasu, Luke Nottage (Eds.), Asia-Pacific Disaster Management: Comparative and Socio-Legal Perspectives, (pp. 183-196). Germany: Springer.
  • Luke Nottage, Hitoshi Nasu, Simon Butt, (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.
  • Andrew Edgar, (2014). Standing for Environmental Groups: Protecting Public and Private Interests. In M.Groves (Eds.), Modern Administrative Law in Australia: Concepts and Context, (pp. 140-162). United States: Cambridge University Press.
  • Rosemary Lyster, 'Climate Disaster Law and Governance in South East Asia'. In Philip Hirsch (ed) Routledge Handbook of the Environment in Southeast Asia. United Kingdom: Routledge (forthcoming 2014).
  • Rosemary Lyster, (2014). ‘The Challenges for Renewable Energy in the Context of Climate Change’ in Paul Babie and Paul Leadbeter (eds), Law as Change: Essays in Honour of Adrian Bradbrook, University of Adelaide Press.
  • Tim Stephens and Donald R Rothwell, (2014). ‘The LOSC Framework for Maritime Jurisdiction and Enforcement 30 Years On’. In David Freestone (ed), The 1982 Law of the Sea Convention at 30: Successes, Challenges and New Agendas, Martinus Nijhoff.
  • Stephens, T., VanderZwaag, D. (2014). Polar oceans governance: shifting seascapes, hazy horizons. In Tim Stephens, David VanderZwaag (Eds.), Polar Oceans Governance in an Era of Environmental Change, (pp. 1-17). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Tim Stephens (2014), ‘Polar Continental Shelves: Australian and Canadian Challenges and Opportunities’ in Tim Stephens and David VanderZwaag (eds), Polar Oceans Governance in an Era of Environmental Change (pp. 146-165). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Tim Stephens, (2014). 'International Environmental Disputes: To Sue or Not to Sue?' in Natalie Klein (ed), Litigating International Law Disputes: Weighing the Options (pp. 284-304). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
  • Jacqueline Peel and Tim Stephens, ‘Australia and International Environmental Law’ in Donald R Rothwell (ed), International Law in Australia (Thomson Reuters, Sydney, forthcoming, 2014).
  • Klein, N., Stephens, T. (2014).'Whaling in the Antarctic: Protecting Rights in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction Through International Litigation'. In Clive Schofield, Seokwoo Lee, Moon-Sang Kwon (Eds.), The Limits of Maritime Jurisdiction, (pp. 525-548). The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.
  • Tim Stephens, 'Article 197 – Cooperation on a Global or Regional Basis' in Alexander Proelß (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C H Beck, forthcoming 2014).
  • Tim Stephens, 'Article 198 – Notification of Imminent or Actual Damage' in Alexander Proelß (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C H Beck, forthcoming 2014).
  • Tim Stephens, 'Article 199 – Contingency Plans Against Pollution' in Alexander Proelß (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C H Beck, forthcoming 2014).
  • Tim Stephens, 'Article 200 – Studies, Research Programmes and Exchange of Information', in Alexander Proelß (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C H Beck, forthcoming 2014).
  • Tim Stephens, 'Article 201 – Scientific Criteria for Regulation', in Alexander Proelß (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C H Beck, forthcoming 2014).
  • Tim Stephens, 'Article 235 – Responsibility and Liability' in Alexander Proelß (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C H Beck, forthcoming 2014).
  • Tim Stephens, 'Article 236 – Sovereign Immunity' in Alexander Proelß (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Commentary (C H Beck, forthcoming 2014).
Articles in Refereed Journals
  • Simon Butt, Traditional Land Rights before the Indonesian Constitutional Court. (2014) 10(1) Law, Environment and Development Journal 3-17.
  • Tim Stephens, Emily Crawford, ‘Australian Cases Before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2010-2011’ (2014) 31 Australian Year Book of International Law (forthcoming).
  • Tim Stephens, Samantha Brown, Soo Choi, Emily Crawford, Sarah Schwartz, ‘Cases Before Australian Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2010-2011’ (2014) 31 Australian Year Book of International Law (forthcoming).

2013

Authored Research Books
  • Gerry Bates, (2013). Environmental Law in Australia, 8th edition, LexisNexis.
Edited Books
  • Jamie Benidickson, Ben Boer, (chief editor) Antônio Benjamin, and Karen Morrow, (2011), Environmental Law and Sustainability after Rio, Edward Elgar paperback version February 2013.
  • Rosemary Lyster, Catherine MacKenzie, Constance McDermott (eds) (2013). Law, Tropical Forests and Carbon: The Case of REDD+, Cambridge University Press.
Book Chapters
  • Simon Butt, (2013). ‘Brazil and Indonesia: REaDD+y or Not?’, with Beatriz Garcia, Jemma Parsons, Tim Stephens. In Rosemary Lyster, Catherine MacKenzie, Constance McDermott (eds), Law, Tropical Forests and Carbon: The Case of REDD+, Cambridge University Press.
  • Rosemary Lyster and Rebekah Byrne (2013). ‘Climate change adaptation and electricity infrastructure’. In Jonathan Verschuuren (ed), Climate Adaptation Law, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Rosemary Lyster, (2013). 'Adaptation and climate justice'. In Jonathan Verschuuren (ed), Research Handbook On Climate Change Adaptation Law, (pp. 32-69). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Rosemary Lyster, (2013). ‘International legal frameworks for REDD+: ensuring legitimacy’. In Rosemary Lyster, Catherine MacKenzie, Constance McDermott (eds), Law, tropical forests and carbon: the case of REDD+, Cambridge University Press.
  • Robert Fisher and Rosemary Lyster, (2013). ‘Land and resource tenure: the rights of indigenous peoples and forest dwellers’. In Rosemary Lyster, Catherine MacKenzie, Constance McDermott (eds), Law, tropical forests and carbon: the case of REDD+, Cambridge University Press.
  • Tim Stephens, (2013). 'Dispute Settlement in International Environmental Law'. In Shawkat Alam, Md Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan, Tareq M.R. Chowdhury and Erika J. Techera (eds), Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law, Routledge 175-187.
  • Tim Stephens, (2013). ‘Brazil and Indonesia: REaDD+y or Not?’, with Beatriz Garcia, Jemma Parsons, Simon Butt. In Rosemary Lyster, Catherine MacKenzie, Constance McDermott (eds), Law, Tropical Forests and Carbon: The Case of REDD+, Cambridge University Press.
Articles in Refereed Journals
  • Celeste Black. Accounting for Carbon Emission Allowances in the European Union: In Search of Consistency. (2013) 10(2) Accounting in Europe 223-239.
  • Celeste Black. Approaches to the Taxation Treatment of Carbon Emission Allowances and Liabilities: Comparing the UK and Australia. (2013) (3) British Tax Review, 299-320.
  • Simon Butt, Siregar, F. State Control over Natural Resources in Indonesia: Implications of the Oil and Natural Gas Law Case of 2012. (2013) 31(2) Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 107-121.
  • Andrew Edgar, 'Between Rules and Discretion: Legislative Principles and the Relevant Considerations Ground of Review' (2013) 20(3) Australian Journal of Administrative Law 132-148.
  • Andrew Edgar, “Institutions and Sustainability: Merits Review Tribunals and the Precautionary Principle” (2013) 16(1) Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy 61-81.
  • Andrew Edgar, 'Judicial review of public consultation processes: A safeguard against tokenism?', (2013) 24 Public Law Review 209-224.
  • Zada Lipman (with M Farrugia), "Obligation to report and manage pollution incidents, (2013) 18(1) Local Government Law Journal, 18-31.
  • Zada Lipman, Environmental crime and enforcement in Australia. (2013) 28(5) Australian Environment Review, 580-585.
  • Rosemary Lyster, 'Towards a global justice vision for climate law in a time of 'unreason''. (2013) 4(1) Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 32-57.
  • Brian J Preston, “Natural justice by the courts: some recent cases” (2013) 11 The Judicial Review 193.
  • Brian J Preston, 'Adapting to the impacts of climate change: The limits and opportunities of law in conserving biodiversity'. (2013) 30 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 375.
  • Brian J Preston and Charlotte Hanson, 'The Globalisation and Harmonisation of Environmental Law: An Australian Perspective'. (2013) 16 Asia-Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 1.
  • Tim Stephens, ‘Review of Alexander Zahar, Jacqueline Peel and Lee Godden, Australian Climate Law in Global Context’ (2013) 15 Asia and Pacific Journal of Environmental Law.

2012

Research Books
  • Rosemary Lyster, Zada Lipman, Nicola Franklin, Graeme Wiffen, Linda Pearson, Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales (Federation Press: 2007) (2nd Edition, 2009) (3rd Edition, 2012).
  • Ben Saul, Steven Sherwood, Jane McAdam, Tim Stephens and James Slezak, Climate Change and Australia: Warming to the Global Challenge, Federation Press: Sydney (2012).
Book Chapters
  • Gerry Bates, LexisNexis, Halsbury’s Laws of Australia (at 15 March 2015) 180 Environment, ‘1 Pollution Control and Waste Disposal’, Ch (1) Introduction, Ch (3) Specific Regulatory Regimes, Ch (4) Land Contamination, Ch (8) Waste Management.
  • Ben Boer and Stefan Gruber, ‘Heritage Discourses’ in B Jessup and K Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in International and Public Law, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge (2012) 375-398.
  • Celeste Black, ‘Linking land sector activities to emissions trading: Australia’s Carbon Farming Initiative' in L Kreiser, A Sterling, P Herrera, J Milne and H Ashiabor, Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation Volume XI - Carbon Pricing, Growth and the Environment, Edward Elgar: UK (2012) 184-198.
  • Stefan Gruber, ‘Poverty and the Loss of Cultural Heritage Sites’ in Yves Le Bouthillier, Miriam Alfie Cohen, José Juan González Marquez, Albert Mumma, and Susan Smith (eds), Poverty Alleviation and Environmental Law, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham (2012) 284-303.
  • Zada Lipman, Ch 18, "Pollution Control and the Regulation of Chemicals and E-Waste" in Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law, S Alam, J Bhuiyan, T Chowdhury, E Techera (eds), Routledge (2012).
  • Rosemary Lyster ‘Energy and Climate Law’ in Lyster et al. Environmental & Planning Law in NSW (Federation Press: 2012) 3rd edition.
  • Tim Stephens, 'Dispute Settlement in International Environmental Law' in Shawkat Alam et al (eds), Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law (Routledge, 2012) 175-187.
  • Tim Stephens, 'Australia and International Environmental Dispute Resolution' in Robin Warner and Simon Marsden (eds), Transboundary Environmental Governance: Experiences from Asia and Australasia (Ashgate Publishing, 2012) 243-264.
  • Ross Abbs, Peter Cashman and Tim Stephens, ‘Australia’ in Richard Lord, Silke Goldberg, Lavanya Rajamani and Jutta Brunnée (eds), Climate Change Liability: Transnational Law and Practice (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012) 67-111.
  • Tim Stephens, 'International Courts and Sustainable Development: Using Old Tools to Shape a New Discourse' in Brad Jessup and Kim Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in International and Public Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012).
Articles in Refereed Journals
  • Celeste Black, 'Considering the taxation implications of Australia’s carbon pricing mechanism' (2012) 41(3) Australian Tax Review 136-153.
  • Paul D McGreevy, Robert A Corken, Hannah Salvin, & Celeste Black, 'Whip Use by Jockeys in a Sample of Australian Thoroughbred Races – An Observational Study' (2012) 7(3) PLoS ONE 1-6.
  • Simon Butt, ‘Divestment of Foreign Mining Interests Set to Hurt Indonesia’ (with Luke Nottage), Jakarta Globe, 15 May 2012.
  • Andrew Edgar, 'Extended Standing – Enhanced Accountability? Judicial Review of Commonwealth Environmental Decisions' (2011) 39(3) Federal Law Review 435-462.
  • Zada Lipman, "Australian Initiatives to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions" [2012] 1 Environmental Liability, pp 31-39.
  • Rosemary Lyster, ‘Coal seam gas in the context of global energy and climate change scenarios’ (2012) 29(2) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 91-100
  • Brian J Preston, “Jurisprudence on ecologically sustainable development: Paul Stein’s contribution” (2012) 29 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 3.
  • Brian J Preston, “The enduring importance of the rule of law in times of change” (2012) 86 Australian Law Journal 175.
  • Brian J Preston, “Benefits of judicial specialization in environmental law: the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales as a case study” (2012) 29(2) Pace Environmental Law Review 386.
  • Tim Stephens and Donald R Rothwell, 'The LOSC Framework for Maritime Jurisdiction and Enforcement 30 Years On' (2012) 27(4) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 1-9
  • Tim Stephens, 'The Arctic and Antarctic Regimes and the Limits of Polar Comparativism' (2011) 54 German Yearbook of International Law 315-349 [published in 2012]
Book Reviews and Review Essays in Refereed Journals
  • Tim Stephens, ‘Review of David Leary and Balakrishna Pisupati (eds), The Future of International Environmental Law’ (2011) 14 Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 213-217 [published in 2012].
  • Tim Stephens, 'Alan D Hemmings, Donald R Rothwell and Karen N Scott (eds), Antarctic Security in the Twenty-First Century: Legal and Policy Perspectives. Abingdon, Routledge, (2012) 368pp,The Polar Journal 2(2), 464-466.
Working Papers
  • Stefan Gruber, The fight against the illicit trade in Asian Cultural Artefacts: Connecting Domestic Strategies, Regional Cooperation and International Agreements' included in the Asian Society of International Law Working Paper Series (August 2012).

2011

Edited Research Books
  • Boer, B, et al (eds), Environmental Law and Sustainability after Rio, Elgar Publishing, UK (2011).
  • Brown, C and Miles, K (eds), Evolution in Investment Treaty Law and Arbitration, Cambridge University Press (2011).
  • Holmes, M and Brown, C, The International Arbitration Act 1974: A Commentary, LexisNexis Butterworths (2011).
Book Reviews
  • Edgar, A, 'Review of Environmental Decision-Making: Exploring Complexity and Context, R Harding, C Hendricks & M Faruqi (eds), (Federation Press, Sydney, 2009)' (2011) 13(2) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 269-71.
  • Edgar, A, 'Review of Mills, Mines and other Controversies: The Environmental Assessment of Major Projects, T Bonyhady & A Macintosh (eds), (Federation Press, Sydney, 2010)' (2011) 13(2) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 273-74.
Chapters in Research Books
  • Black, C, 'The use of market mechanisms to bolster forest carbon' in L Kreiser, J Sirisom, H Ashiabor & J Milne (eds), Environmental Taxation and Climate Change: Achieving Environmental Sustainability Through Fiscal Policy, Edward Elgar: UK (2011) 150-165.
  • Brown, C and Miles, K, 'Introduction: evolution in investment treaty law and arbitration' in C Brown and K Miles (eds), Evolution in Investment Treaty Law and Arbitration, Cambridge University Press (2011) 3-16.
  • Brown, C, ‘Bringing Sustainable Development Issues before Investment Treaty Tribunals’, in M Gehring, M Cordonnier-Seger, and A Newcombe (eds), Sustainable Development in World Investment Law (2011) 177-190.
  • Lipman, Z, “Compliance and Enforcement of International Conventions in Australia”, in Compliance and Enforcement in Environmental Law: Toward More Effective Implementation, Paddock, Kotze, Markell, Markowitz, Du Qun and Zaelke, (eds), Edward Elgar Publisher (2011).
  • Miles, K, ‘Sustainable Development, National Treatment and Like Circumstances in Investment Law’ in M Cordonier-Segger, A Newcombe, and M Gehring (eds), Sustainable Development in International Investment Law p.261 (Kluwer, 2011).
  • Stephens, T, The Continental Shelf’ in R Baird and D R Rothwell (eds), Australian Coastal and Marine Law (Federation Press, Sydney, 2011) 151-177.
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Black, C & Evans, A, 'A critical analysis of the tax treatment of dealings under Australian domestic emissions reduction and abatement frameworks' (2011) 26(2) Australian Tax Forum 287-327.
  • Black, C, 'Note: Whaling Update' (2011) 5 Australian Animal Protection Law Journal 82-88.
  • Black, C, 'Tax Accounting for Transactions under an Emissions Trading Scheme: An Australasian Perspective' (2011) 1 Carbon & Climate Law Review 91-99.
  • Brown C and Puig S, ‘The Power of ICSID Tribunals to Dismiss Proceedings Summarily: An Analysis of Rule 41(5) of the ICSID Arbitration Rules’ (2011) 10 Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 227-259.
  • Edgar, A, 'Decision-makers, Expert Witnesses and Advocates: The Roles of Planners in Merits Appeals' (2011) 29(3) Urban Policy and Research 293-307.
  • Lipman, Z, “That Sinking Feeling: A Legal Assessment of the Coastal Planning System in New South Wales”, (with R Stokes) (2011) 28 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 1-19.
  • Lyster, R, 'REDD+, transparency, participation and resource rights: the role of law' (2011) 14(2) Environmental Science & Policy 118-126.
  • Preston B J, "The influence of climate change litigation on governments and the private sector" (2011) 2 Climate Law 485.
  • Preston B J, "History’s Page: Senior Counsel: Recognition, review, requirements responsibilities and renewal” (2011) 35 Australian Bar Review 185.
  • Preston B J, “Climate change litigation (Part 1)” (2011) 5(1) Carbon and Climate Law Review 3.
  • Preston B J, “Climate change litigation (Part 2)” (2011) 5(2) Carbon and Climate Law Review 244.
  • Preston B J, “The use of restorative justice for environmental crime” (2011) 35 Criminal Law Journal 136.
  • Preston B J, “The use of alternative dispute resolution in administrative disputes” (2011) 22 Alternative Dispute Resolution Journal 144.
  • Preston B J, “Enforcement of environmental and planning laws in New South Wales” (2011) 16 Local Government Law Journal 72.
  • Stephens T, 'Reimagining International Water Law' (2011) 71 Maryland Law Review, Endnotes 20.
Notes and comments in refereed journals
  • Stephens T, Hutton G, 'What Future for Deep Seabed Mining in the Pacific? (2010) 13(2) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 151-158 (published in 2011).

2010

Authored Research Books
  • Bates, G., Environmental Law in Australia, 7th edition, (LexisNexis), May 2010.
  • Stephens, T., & Rothwell, D.R., The International Law of the Sea (Hart Publishing, 2010) (reprinted 2011).
Edited Books
  • Lyster, R, (ed) In the Wilds of Climate Law (Australian Academic Press: 2010).
Chapters in Research Books
  • Black, C., "Climate Change and Tax Law: Tax Policy and Emissions Trading" in In the Wilds of Climate Law (ed) Lyster, R., (Australian Academic Press: 2010).
  • Lyster, R., "Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation: The Road to Copenhagen" in In the Wilds of Climate Law (ed) Lyster, R., (Australian Academic Press: 2010).
  • Miles, K., ‘Blue Oil: Water Resources, Social Justice, and the International Law on Foreign Investment’, in Natalie Klein et al (eds) Globalisation and International Law: The Quest for Social and Environmental Justice p.53 (Routledge, 2010)
  • Miles, K., ‘Sustainable Development, National Treatment and Like Circumstances in Investment Law’ in Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Andrew Newcombe and Markus Gehring (eds), Sustainable Development in International Investment Law, Kluwer (2010).
  • Miles, K., ‘Reconceptualising International Investment Law: Bringing the Public Interest into Private Business’ in Meredith Kolsky Lewis and Susy Frankel (eds), International Economic Law and National Autonomy, Cambridge University Press: UK (2010) 295-319
  • Preston, B.J., “Reflection on Water Use and Justice”, in J McKay, G Karemane and A Gray, Picturing Freshwater Justice in Rural Australia, Cooperative Research Centre for Irrigation Futures, Adelaide, 2010.
  • Preston, B.J., "Climate Change Litigation" in In the Wilds of Climate Law (ed) Lyster, R., (Australian Academic Press: 2010).
  • Preston, B.J., "Foreword” in D E Fisher, Australian Environmental Law: Norms, Principles and Rules, Second Edition, Thomson Reuters, Sydney 2010.
  • Shearing, S., “Biodiversity” in D. Leary and B. Pisupati (eds), Future of International Environmental Law and its Role in Development (UNU Press, 2010).
  • Shearing, S., “Climate Governance and Corporations – Changing the way Business does Business?” in In the Wilds of Climate Law (ed) Lyster, R., (Australian Academic Press: 2010).
  • Stephens, T., "International Courts and Climate Change" 'Progression', 'Regression', and 'Administration'" in In the Wilds of Climate Law (ed) Lyster, R., (Australian Academic Press: 2010).
  • Stephens, T., 'Sustainability Discourses in International Courts: What Place for Global Justice?' in Duncan French (ed), Global Justice and Sustainable Development (Brill, 2010) 39-56.
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Bates and Meares, 'Options for funding environmental compliance programs in NSW', (2010) 16 LGLJ 32
  • Boer, B., Johns, F., Saul, B., Hirsch, P., Stephens, T., ‘Law and the Mekong River Basin: A Social-Legal Research Agenda on the Role of Hard and Soft Law in Regulating Transboundary Water Resources’ (2010) 11 Melbourne Journal of International Law 154-174
  • Edgar, A., ‘Participation and Responsiveness in Merits Review of Polycentric Decisions: a comparison of development assessment appeals’ Environmental and Planning Law Journal (2010) 27 EPLJ 36.
  • Lipman, Z., 'An evaluation of Compliance and Enforcement Mechanisms in the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth) and their Application by the Commonwealth', (2010) EPLJ 98 - 112
  • Lyster, R, 'Smart Grids: Opportunities for Climate Change Migration and Adaptation' (2010) 36(1) Monash University Law Review 173
  • Miles, K., ‘Arbitrating Climate Change: Regulatory Regimes and Investor-State Disputes’ (2010) 1(1) Climate Law 63-92
  • Miles, K., ‘International Investment Law: Origins, Imperialism and Conceptualizing the Environment’ (2010) 21(1) Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy 1-47
  • Preston, B.J., “A Judge’s Perspective on Using Sentencing Databases” (2010) 9(4) The Judicial Review 421.
  • Shearing, S., and Tava, V., “Environmental Law-Australia and New Zealand”, Encyclopaedia of Sustainability, Volume 3: The Law & Politics of Sustainability, Berkshire Vol 3/10 (2010)
  • Shearing, S., “Australia’s National Heritage Law Framework under Review”, (2010) 13(1) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 1-15
  • Stephens, T, & Hemmings. A., “Reconciling Regional and Global Dispensations: The Implications of Subantarctic Extended Continental Shelf Penetration of the Antarctic Treaty Area” (2010) New Zealand Year Book of International Law. Available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1437273
  • Stephens, T, & Hemmings. A., “Extended Continental Shelves from Sub-Antarctic Islands: What Implications for Antarctic Governance?” Polar Record (2010).
  • Stephens, T, & Rothwell, D. R., “The Regulation of Southern Ocean Whaling: What Role for the Antarctic Treaty System?” Michigan State University Public Policy Journal (2010).
  • Stephens, T., Johns, F., Saul, B., Hirsch, P., Boer, B., ‘Law and the Mekong River Basin: A Social-Legal Research Agenda on the Role of Hard and Soft Law in Regulating Transboundary Water Resources’ (2010) 11 Melbourne Journal of International Law 154-174

2009

Authored Research Books
  • Bates, G, Laws of Australia, (Thomsons) - Environmental Law: General Principles and Basic Concepts, 6th Ed.
  • Bates, G, Halsburys Laws of Australia, (Lexis Nexis) - Natural and Cultural Resources
  • Bates, G, Halsburys Laws of Australia, (Lexis Nexis) - Environmental Litigation
  • Lyster,R. Lipman, Z. Franklin, N. Wiffen, G. Pearson, L. Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales 2nd edition (Federation Press: 2009)
  • Stephens, T., International Courts and Environmental Protection (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 2009)
Book Reviews
  • Miles, K reviewing Benjamin J Richardson, Socially Responsible Investment Law in (2009) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 237-239
  • Shearing, S, ‘Book Review: Global Climate Change Australian Law and Policy’, David Hodgkinson and Renee Garner (2008 LexisNexis Butterworths) in Local Government Reporter: March 2009)
Chapters in Research Books
  • Boer, B. & Gruber, S., “Human Rights and Heritage Conservation Law” in Blake, J. (ed) Human Rights and Environment, (UNESCO, Tehran, 2009)
  • Boer, B. & Gruber, S., “Heritage Conservation Law”, in Local Government Planning and Environment Service, Butterworths (2009) (75 pages,).
  • Brown, C. 'Bringing Sustainable Development Issues before Investment Treaty Tribunals' in Markus Gehring, Marie-Claire Cordonnier-Seger, and Andrew Newcombe (eds.), Sustainable Development in World Investment Law (2009).
  • Butt, S & Lindsey, T, “The People’s Prosperity? Indonesian Constitutional Interpretation, Economic Reform and Globalisation” in Gillespie, J & Peerenboom, R, Regulation in Asia: Pushing Back on Globalisation (Routledge, UK, 2009) 270-295
  • Miles, K, ‘Sustainable Development, National Treatment and Like Circumstances in Investment Law’ in Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Andrew Newcombe and Markus Gehring (eds), Sustainable Development in International Investment Law, Kluwer (2009).
  • Miles, K, ‘Reconceptualising International Investment Law: Bringing the Public Interest into Private Business’ in Meredith Kolsky Lewis and Susy Frankel (eds), International Economic Law and National Autonomy, Cambridge University Press: UK (2009).
  • Preston B.J., "Foreword" in W Gumley and T Daya-Winterbottom (eds), Climate change law. Comparative, contractual and regulatory considerations (2009)
  • Shearing, S & Wiffen, G, “Conserving Biodiversity” in Rosemary Lyster, Zada Lipman, Nicola Franklin, Graeme Wiffen, Linda Pearson, Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales (2nd edition, Federation Press, Sydney: 2009)
  • Stephens, T, “A Slow Burn: The Emergence of Climate Change Law in Australia” in Gavin Birch (ed), Water, Wind, Art and Debate: How Environmental Concerns Impact on Disciplinary Research (Sydney University Press, 2007) 1-22. Reprinted in Rajitha Tadikonda (ed), Global Warming: Fostering Solutions (Amicus Books, 2009) 146-165.
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Bates, R, ‘The Trade in Water Services: How does GATS apply to the water and sanitation services sector?’ 31(1) Sydney Law Review 121 2009
  • Black, C. "Australia's Proposed Emissions Trading Scheme: Aligning Tax Policy with the Goals of the CPRS'" in Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, Volume Vii, Oxford University Press (2009).
  • Blake, Janet & Boer, B, “Human Rights, the Environment and the Tehran Declaration” (2009) 39(6) Environmental Policy and Law and “Tehran Declaration on Human Rights and the Environment 2009” 302-307 and 32
  • Brown, C, “Investment Arbitration as the ‘New Frontier’” (2009) 6(3) The Arbitrator and Mediator 59-69
  • Butt, S, ‘Two at the top: the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court’ (2009) 3 Van Zorge Report on Indonesia 12-20
  • Butt, S,’ ‘Unlawfulness’ and Corruption under Indonesian Law’ (2009) 3 Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 179-198
  • Edgar, A., 'Tribunals and administrative policies: does the high or low policy distinction help? Australian Journal of Administrative Law (2009) 16 AJ Admin L 143.
  • Lyster, R, ‘Domestic and International carbon offsets under the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme: what prospects?’ (2009) University of Tasmania Law Review 111-138
  • Lyster, R & Coonan, E, 'The Precautionary Principle: A Thrill Ride on the Roller Coaster of Energy and Climate Law' (2009) 18(1) Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 38-49
  • Lyster, R, ‘The New Frontier of Climate Law: Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation’ (2009) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 417-456
  • Miles, K, ‘International Investment Law: Origins, Imperialism and Conceptualizing the Environment’ (2009) 21:1 Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy 1
  • Nottage, L & Miles, K, ‘‘Back to the Future’ for Investor-State Arbitrations: Revising Rules in Australia and Japan to Meet Public Interests’ (2009) 26:1 Journal of International Arbitration 25
  • Preston, B.J., “Water and Ecologically Sustainable Development in the Courts” (2009) 6 Macquarie Journal of International Comparative Environmental Law 129.
  • Preston, B., "Climate change litigation" (2009) 9 TJR 1
  • Preston, B., "Climate change litigation" (2009) 26 EPLJ 169
  • Preston, B., "Avenues for litigating the effects of climate change" (2009) 21 Judicial Officers' Bulletin 55
  • Preston, B., "Sustainable development law in the courts: The polluter pays principle" (2009) 26 EPLJ 257
  • Hemmings, A & Stephens, T, 'Australia's Extended Continental Shelf: What Implications for Antarctica?' (2009) 20 Public Law Review 9
  • Stephens, T,’ Reconciling Regional and Global Dispensations: The Implications of Subantarctic Extended Continental Shelf Penetration of the Antarctic Treaty Area’ (2008) 6 New Zealand Yearbook of International Law 273 (published in 2009)
  • Baird, R, Simons, M & Stephens, T, 'Ocean Acidification: A Litmus Test for International Law' (2009) 4 Carbon and Climate Law Review 459-471
  • Stephens, T & Simons, M, 'Ocean Acidification: Addressing the Other CO2 Problem' (2009) 12(1) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 1-19 Report
  • Hemmings, A, Kaye, S, Mossop, J, Rothwell, D, Stephens, T & Triggs, G, Japan’s Scientific Whaling Program and the Antarctic Treaty System, Report of the Canberra Panel, 12 January 2009
  • Articles In Non-Refereed Journals
    Meredith Simons and Tim Stephens, 'Ocean Acidification: The Other CO2 Problem' (2009) 87 IMPACT: A National Journal of Environmental Law 13
  • Case Notes in Refereed Journals
    Chester Brown, Jacqueline Mowbray, Tim Stephens and Brett Williams, 'Australian Cases before International Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2007' (2009) 27 Australian Year Book of International Law.

    Lucas Bastin, Naomi Hart, Justin Hogan-Doran, Meredith Simons, Hannah Stewart-Weeks, Tim Stephens and Houda Younan, 'Australian Cases before Australian Courts and Tribunals Involving Questions of Public International Law 2007' (2009) 27 Australian Year Book of International Law.

2008

Authored Research Books
  • Preston, B.J., and Donnelly H., 'Achieving consistency and transparency in sentencing for environmental offences', Judicial Commission of New South Wales Monograph 32, June 2008.
Chapters in Research Books
  • Boer, B. 'Article 3: Identification and delineation of World Heritage Properties' (85-102); 'Article 29: Reports' (335-345); 'Article 34: The Federal Clause' (355-360) in Francioni, F (Ed), The World Heritage Convention: A Commentary, Oxford 2008
  • Lyster, R. 'The Reality and Effect of "Advance Informed Agreement" under the Cartagena Protocol' in Michael Jeffries, Jeremy Firestone and Karen Bubna-Litic (eds) Biodiversity Conservation, Law + Livelihoods (Cambridge University Press: January 2008)
  • Miles, K, ‘Targeting Financiers: Can Voluntary Codes of Conduct for the Investment and Financing Sectors Achieve Environmental and Sustainability Objectives?', in Kurt Deketelaere et al (eds) Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation-Volume V, 947, Oxford University Press: UK (2008)
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Boer, B, 'Article 3: Identification and delineation of World Heritage Properties' (85-102); 'Article 29: Reports' (335-345); 'Article 34: The Federal Clause' (355-360) in Francioni, F (Ed), The World Heritage Convention: A Commentary, Oxford 2008
  • Boer, B.W. and Gruber, S. "Heritage Conservation Law", in Local Government Planning and Environment Service, Butterworths, 2008
  • Boer, B, & Hannam, I, 'Drafting Legislation for Sustainable Soils: Judicative principles towards sustainable land use and protection of the soil quality' European Land and Soil Alliance Bulletin November 2008
  • Lipman, Z, and Stokes, R, "The technocrat is back: Environmental land-use planning reform in New South Wales" (2008) 25 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 305-324
  • Lyster, R, 'The Australian Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme: What Role for Complementary Measures?' (2008) 31 (3) University of NSW Law Journal 880
  • Lyster, R, 'Domestic and International carbon offsets under the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme: what prospects?' (2008) University of Tasmania Law Review
  • Lyster, R, 'The precautionary principle: a thrill ride on the roller coaster of Energy and Climate Law' (2008) RECEIL
  • Preston, B, 'The Land and Environment Court of New South Wales: moving towards a multi-door courthouse - Part 1' (2008) 19 Alternative Dispute Resolution Journal 72
  • Preston, B, 'The Land and Environment Court of New South Wales: moving towards a multi-door courthouse - Part 2' (2008) 19 Alternative Dispute Resolution Journal 144
  • Preston, B, 'Ecologically sustainable development in the context of contaminated land' (2008) 25 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 164
  • Preston, B, 'The environment and its influence on the law' (2008) 82 Australian Law Journal 180
  • Preston, B and H Donnelly, 'Achieving consistency and transparency in sentencing for environmental offences', Judicial Commission of New South Wales Monograph 32, June 2008
  • Preston, B and H Donnelly, 'Environmental crime sentencing database is a world first' (2008) 20(4) Judicial Officers' Bulletin 27
  • Preston, B and H Donnelly, 'The establishment of an Environmental crime sentencing database in New South Wales' (2008) 32 Criminal Law Journal 214
  • Preston, B and T Moore, 'The Trees (Dispute Between Neighbours) Act 2006 - background and operation' (2008) 14 Local Government Law Journal 84
  • Preston, B 'Consultation: One aspect of procedural propriety in administrative decision-making' (2008) 16 Australian Journal of Administrative Law 185
  • Preston, B, 'Foreword', Forum - Climate Change Law in Australia (2008) 14(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal Forum 2 reprinted (2008) 31(3) UNSWLJ 833
  • Preston, B, 'The art of judging environmental disputes' (2008) 12 Southern Cross University Law Review 103
  • Preston, B, 'Operating an environmental court: The experience of the Land and Environmental Court of New South Wales' (2008) 25 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 385
  • Shearing, S, 'Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Climate Change and World Heritage' (2008) 12(2) Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy 161
  • Stephens, T., “Fishing-Led Development in the South Pacific: Charting a Pacific Way to a Sustainable Future” (2008) 39 Ocean Development and International Law 256-287.