Published Works 2005
Authored Research Books | Edited Books | Revised/New Edition Books | Reports/Working Papers | Chapters in Research Books | Refereed Journal Articles | Non-Refereed Articles, including book reviews, notes and editorials | Published Conference Presentations
Boer, B & Wiffen, G, Heritage Law in Australia, OUP: Melbourne (2005).
Findlay, M & Henham, R, Transforming International Criminal Justice: Retributive and restorative justice in the trial process, Willan Publishing: Devon, UK (2005).
Riley, J, Employee Protection at Common Law, Federation Press: Sydney (2005).
Sadurski, W, Rights Before Courts: A Study of Constitutional Courts in Postcommunist States of Central and Eastern Europe, Springer: Dordrecht (2005).
Bradbook, A, Lyster, R, Ottinger, R & Xi, W (eds), The Law of Energy for Sustainable Development, CUP: London (2005).
Czarnota, A, Krygier, M & Sadurski, W (eds), Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism, CEU Press: Budapest-New York (2005).
Howe, A, Carney, T & Tomossy, G F (eds), Australasian Journal on Ageing (Special Issue: Ageing and the Future of Elder Care, 24(s1)), Blackwell Synergy (2005).
Magnusson, R & McDonald, B (eds), The Sydney Law Review (Special Issue: Torts and Damages: Policy & Future Directions, 27(3)), Lawbook Co: Sydney (2005).
Sadurski, W (ed), Constitutional Theory, Ashgate: Aldershot (2005).
Cooper, G, Krever, R & Vann, R, Income Taxation: Commentary and materials, Australian Tax Practice: Sydney (5th ed, 2005).
Findlay, M, Odgers, S & Yeo, S, Australian Criminal Justice, OUP: Melbourne (3rd ed, 2005).
Parkinson, P, Tradition and Change in Australian Laws, LBC Information Services: Sydney (3rd ed, 2005).
Cunneen, C & Schwartz, M, Customary Law, Human Rights and International Law: Some conceptual issues, Law Reform Commission of Western Australia, Perth (2005).
McAdam, J, ‘A comparative analysis of eligibility and appeal process relation to complementary protection and compassionate claims’, New Issues in Refugee Research, Working Paper 118, UNHCR (2005).
Nottage, L, ‘Teaching arbitration in Australia: Towards Transnational Associations’, CDAMS Discussion Paper, No.04/30, Kobe University, Japan (2005).
Nottage, L, ‘Osutoraria Ni Okeru Chusai Kyoiku - Kokkyo O Koeru Teikei Ni Mukete’, CDAMS Discussion Paper 04/30J, Kobe University, Japan (2005).
Sadurski, W, Scrutinizing Discrimination: a Conceptual and Normative Analysis of Legal Equality, European University Institute Working Paper, LAW No.2005/19, Florence, 2005.
Sadurski, W, Law's Legitimacy and 'Democracy-Plus', European University Institute Working Paper, LAW No.2005/18, Florence, 2005.
West, R, Dodds, I & Stubbs, J, Evaluation of the Cooperative Legal Service Delivery Model for Legal Aid Commission NSW (2005).
Apps, P F & Rees, R, “Time Use and Child Costs over the Life Cycle” in D S Hamermesh & G A Pfann (eds), The Economics of Time Use, Elsevier: The Netherlands (2005), 205-235.
Carney, T, Ingvarson, M & Tait, D, “Experiences of ‘Control’ in Anorexia Nervosa Treatment: Delayed coercion, shadow of law, or disseminated power & control?” in P Swain (ed), Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa: New Research, Nova Science: New York (2005).
Findlay, M, “Pre-Trial” in M Findlay, S Odgers & S Yeo (eds), Australian Criminal Justice System, OUP: Melbourne, (3rd ed, 2005), 110-147.
Findlay, M, “Punishment and Penalty” in M Findlay, S Odgers & S Yeo (eds), Australian Criminal Justice System, OUP: Melbourne, (3rd ed, 2005), 219-251.
Findlay, M, “The New Investigators” in M Findlay, S Odgers & S Yeo (eds), Australian Criminal Justice System, OUP: Melbourne, (3rd ed, 2005), 73-109.
Graycar, R, “Frozen Chooks revisited: The challenge of changing law/s” in R Hunter & M Keane (eds), Changing Law: Rights, regulation and reconciliation, Ashgate: Aldershot (2005), 49-76.
Johns, F, “The Globe and the Ghetto” in M Lederer & P Muller (eds), Criticizing Global Governance, Palgrave Macmillan: New York (2005).
Johns, F, “International Law-National Law: Thinking Through the Hyphen” in H Charlesworth, M Chiam, D Hovell & G Williams (eds), The Fluid State: International law and National legal systems, Federation Press: Sydney (2005).
Karpin, I & O’Connell, “Speaking into a Silence: Embedded constitutionalism, the Australian Constitution and the Rights of Women” in B Baines & R Rubio-Marin (eds), The Gender of Constitutional Jurisprudence, CUP: London (2005).
Karpin, I, “Genetics and the Legal Conception of Self” in M Childrick & R Mykitiuk (eds), Ethics of the Body: Postconventional Challenges, MIT Press: Cambridge, USA (2005), 195-216.
Kinley, D, “Corporate Social Responsibility and International Human Rights Law” in R Mullerat (ed), Corporate Social Responsibility: The Corporate Governance of the 21st Century, Kluwer (2005).
Kinley, D, “The Globalisation of Human Rights Laws” in S Zifcak (ed), Globalisation and the Rule of Law, Routledge: London (2005), 171-210.
Lyster, R, “The Implications of Electricity Restructuring for a Sustainable Energy Framework” in A Bradbrook, R Lyster, R Ottinger & W Xi (eds), The Law of Sustainable Energy, CUP: UK (2005), 415-448.
McCallum, R, "Industrial Citizenship" in J Isaac & R Lansbury (eds), Labour Market Deregulation: Rewriting the Rules, Federation Press: Sydney (2005), 15-36.
Magnusson, R, “Promoting Sexual Health: The role of law” in M Temple-Smith & S Gifford (eds), Sexual Health: An Australian Perspective, IP Communications: Melbourne (2005), 286-316.
Mason, G, "Who is a Stranger? Victim-Suspect Relationships in Racist and Homophobic Harassment in the United Kingdom" in M Prumm & B Deschamps (eds), Killing the Other, L'harmattan: Paris (2005).
Nottage, L, “Comparing Product Liability and Safety in Japan: From Minamata to Mad Cows – to Mitsubishi” in D Fairgrieve (ed), Product Liability in Comparative Perspective, CUP: UK (2005).
Nottage, L & Wolff, L, “Corporate Governance and Law Reform in Japan: From the lost decade to the end of history?” in R Haak & M Pudelko (eds), Japanese Management: In search of a new balance between continuity and change, Palgrave Macmillan: New York (2005).
Nottage, L, “Redirecting Japan’s Multi-Level Governance” in H Baum & K Hopt (eds), Changes of Governance in Europe, Japan, and the US: Corporations, state, markets and intermediaries, OUP: UK (2005).
Parkinson, P, "Die Durchsetzung von Toleranz: Gesetze gegen religiöse Verleumdung in Australien" in T Schirrmacher & T Zimmermanns (eds), Ein Maulkorb für Christen?, VKW: Bonn (2005), 110-133.
Rothwell, D R, "Antarctica and International Law" in S Blay, R Piotrowicz & M Tsamenyi (eds), Public International law: An Australian Perspective, OUP: Melbourne (2nd ed, 2005), 379-401.
Rothwell, D R, "The Impact of State Practice on the Jurisdictional Framework Contained in the LOS Convention: A commentary" in A G Oude Elferink (ed), Stability and Change in the Law of the Sea: The Role of the LOS Convention, Martinus Nijhoff: Leiden (2005), 145-158.
Rothwell, D R, "Southern Ocean Bioprospectin and International Law" in A D Hemmings & M Rogan-Finnemore (eds), Antarctic Bioprospecting, University of Canterbury: Christchurch (2005), 207-232.
Sadurski, W, "Transitional Constitutionalism: Simplistic and Fancy Theories" in A Czarnota, M Krygier & W Sadurski (eds), Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism, CEU Press: Budapest-New York (2005), 9-24.
Stubbs, J & Tolmie, J, “Defending Battered Women in Charges of Homicide: The structural and systemic versus the personal and particular” in W Chan, D E Chunn & R Menzies (eds), Women, Madness and the Law: A feminist reader, Cavendish: London (2005), 191-210.
Vann, R, "Interpretation of tax treaties in new holland" in H van Arendonk, F Engelen & S Jansen (eds), A Tax Globalist: The search for the borders of international taxation. Essays in honour of Maarten J Ellis, IBFD: The Netherlands (2005), 144-162.
Watson, I, "Internationalising, Humanising and Diversifying: the one nation state" in B Offord & E Porter (eds), Activating Human Rights, Peter Lang European Academic Publishers: Oxford and Berne (2005).
Winterton, G, "The Evolving Role of the Australian Governor-General" in M Groves (ed), Law and Government in Australia - Essays in Honour of Enid Campbell, Federation Press: Sydney (2005), 44-58.
Aitken, L, ‘Controlling the ‘Controller’: The receiver’s obligations under section 420A and in equity’ (2005) 19(1) Commercial Law Quarterly 16-21.
Apps, P F & Rees, R, 'Gender, Time Use, and Public Policy over the Life Cycle' (2005) 21(3) Oxford Review of Economic Policy 439-461.
Armson, E, ‘Models for Takeover Dispute Resolution: Australia and the United Kingdom’ (2005) 5(2) Journal of Corporate Law Studies 401-425.
Armson, E, 'An Empirical Study of the First Five Years of the Takeovers Panel' (2005) 27(4) Sydney Law Review 665-682.
Astor, H, ‘Some contemporary theories of power in mediation: A primer for the puzzled practitioner’ (2005) 16(1) Australian Dispute Resolution Journal 30-39.
Astor, H, ‘Improving Dispute Resolution in Australian Universities: Options for the future’ (2005) 17(1) Journal for Higher Education Policy and Management 49-65.
Black, C, 'Taxing Crime: The application of income tax to illegal activities' (2005) 20(3) Australian Tax Forum 435-464.
Black, C, ‘Denying Tax Deductions for Criminals: Australia Considers the Options – Should Australia follow the United States model?’ (2005) 59(5) Bulletin for International Fiscal Documentation 197-209.
Burns, F, 'Protecting Elders: Regulating intergenerationally transmitted debt in Australia' (2005) 28 International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 300-319.
Burns, F, 'Statutory ‘Unconscionability’: The application of the Contract Review Act 1980 (NSW) to the elderly' (2005) 21(1) Journal of Contract Law 51-70.
Burns, F, 'Legally regulating intergenerationally transmitted debt' (2005) s24 Australasian Journal on Ageing (Special Issue: Ageing and the Future of Elder Care) 46-50.
Burns, F, 'Elders and Testamentary Undue Influence in Australia' (2005) 28 UNSW Law Journal 145-185.
Carney, T, ‘Lessons from Australia’s Fully Privatised Labour Exchange Reform (Job Network): From ‘rights’ to ‘management’?’ (2005) 19 Zeitschrft fur auslandisches und Internationales Arbeits und Sozialrecht 77-105.
Carney, T, ‘Not in the Old Way, Not in the Third Way, but the OECD/US Way? Welfare sanctions and active welfare in Australia’ (2005) 12(ii) Journal of Social Security Law 57-80.
Carney, T, Tait, D, Wakefield, A, Ingvarson, M & Touyz, S, ‘Coercion in the Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa: Clinical, demographic and legal implications’ (2005) 24(i) Medicine and Law 21-40.
Carter, J & Peden, E, 'The 'Natural Meaning' of Contracts' (2005) 21 Journal of Contract Law 277-286.
Coss, G, ‘Provocation’s Victorian Nadir: The obscenity of Ramage’ (2005) 29 Criminal Law Journal 133-138.
Crock, M, ‘Lonely Refuge: Judicial responses to separated children seeking refugee protection in Australia’ (2005) 22(2) Law in Context (Special Issue: Nationality, Refugee Status and State Protection) 120-155.
Cunneen, C, ‘Colonialism and Historical Injustice: Reparations for Indigenous peoples’ (2005) 15(1) Social Semiotics 59-80.
Cunneen, C, Luff, J, Menzies, K & Ralph, N, 'Indigenous Family Mediation: the New South Wales ATSIFAM Program' (2005) 9(1) Australian Indigenous Law Reporter 1-14.
Faunce, T A & Tomossy, G F, 'The UK House of Commons Report on the Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry: Lessons for equitable access to medicine in Australia' (2005) 24(2) Monash Bioethics Review 38-42.
Findlay, M, 'Globalisation and Urban Crime: Mean streets or lost suburbs?' (2005) 17(2) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 291-304.
Gerangelos, P A, ‘Interpretational Methodology in Separation of Powers Jurisprudence: The formalist/functionalist debate’ (2005) 8(1) Constitutional Law and Policy Review 1.
Gerangelos, P A, 'The Decisional Independence of the Chapter III Courts and Constitutional Limitations on Legislative Power: Notes from the United States' (2005) 33 Federal Law Review 391.
Graycar, R & Morgan, J, ‘Law Reform: What’s in it for women?’ (2005) 23(2) Windsor Yearbook on Access to Justice 393.
Hill, J, ‘Regulatory Responses to Global Corporate Scandals’ (2005) Wisconsin International Law Journal
Johns, F, ‘Human Rights in the High Court of Australia, 1976-2003: The righting of Australian law?’ (2005) 33(2) Federal Law Review 287-331.
Johns, F, ‘Guantanamo Bay and the Annihilation of the Exception’ (2005) 16(4) European Journal of International Law 613-635.
Loughlan, P, ‘The Campomar Model of Competing Interests in Australian Trade Mark Law’ (2005) 27(8) European Intellectual Property Review 289-293.
Loughlan, P, ‘Trade Marks: Arguments in a continuing contest’ (2005) Intellectual Property Quarterly 294.
Loughlan, P, ‘The Concept of Sign in Australian Trade Mark Law’ (2005) 16 Australian Intellectual Property Journal 95-109.
Loughlan, P, ‘Trade Marks: Property Rights and their Limits’ (2005) 31(2) Monash University Law Review 273-287
Loughlan, P, ‘Oh Yuck! The registration of scandalous trade marks’ (2005) 61 Intellectual Property Forum 38-42.
Lyster, R, ‘The Sustainable Regulation of Genetically Modified Organisms: US and EU comparisons’ (2005) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law.
McAdam, J, ‘The European Union Qualification Directive: The creation of a subsidiary protection regime’ (2005) 17(3) International Journal of Refugee Law 461-516.
McAdam, J, 'Complementary Protection and Beyond: How states deal with human rights protection' (2005) 118 New Issues in Refugee Research 1-21.
McCallum, R, 'The Australian Constitution and the Shaping of our Federal and State Labour Laws' (2005) 10(2) Deakin Law Review 460-469.
McDonald, B, ‘Proportionate Liability in Australia: The devil in the detail’ (2005) 26 Australian Bar Review 29-50.
McDonald, B, 'Legislative Intervention in the Law of Negligence: The common law, statutory interpretation and tort reform in Australia' (2005) 27(3) Sydney Law Review 443-482.
Mason, G, ‘Being Hated: stranger or familiar?’ (2005) 14(4) Social and Legal Studies: An International Journal 585-605.
Mason, G, ‘Knowing Strangers: Racial and Homophobic Harassment’ (2005) 45 British Journal of Criminology 1-23.
Mason, G, ‘A Picture of Hate Crime: Racial and Homophobic Harassment in the United Kingdom’ (2005) 17(1) Current Issues of Criminal Justice 79-95.
Mason, G & Chapman, A, ‘Defining Sexual Harassment: A history of the Commonwealth Legislation and its Critiques’ (2005) 3(2) ICFAI Journal of Employment Law 20-44, reprinted from Mason & Chapman (2003).
Millbank, J, ‘A Preoccupation with Perversion: The British Response to Refugee Claims on the Basis of Sexual Orientation 1989-2003’ (2005) 14 Social and Legal Studies: An International Journal 115-138.
Nottage, L, ‘Civil Procedure Reforms in Japan: the latest round’ (2005) 22 Ritsumeikan Law Review 81-86.
Olbourne, B, Rothwell, D R & Stephens, T, 'Cases involving questions of Public International Law 2003' (2005) 24 Australian Year Book of International Law 265-309.
Parkinson, P, ‘The Yardstick of Equality: Assessing contributions in Australia and England’ (2005) 19 International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 163-175.
Parkinson, P, ‘The Law of Postseparation Parenting in Australia’ (2005) 39(2) Family Law Quarterly 507-525.
Parkinson, P, Cashmore, J & Single, J, ‘Adolescents' views on the fairness or parenting and financial arrangements after separation’ (2005) 43(3) Family Court Review 429-444.
Peden, E, ‘When Common Law Trumps Equity: The rise of good faith and reasonableness and the demise of unconscionability’ (2005) 21 Journal of Contract Law.
Peden, E & Carter, J, ‘Incorporation of Terms by Signature: L’Estrange Rules!’ (2005) 21 Journal of Contract Law 96-106.
Peden, E & Carter, J, ‘Taking Stock: The High Court and Contract Construction’ (2005) 21 Journal of Contract Law 172-181.
Peden, E & Riley, J, ‘Law Graduate’s Skills – A pilot study into employers’ perspectives’ (2005) 15(1&2) Legal Education Review 87-124.
Riley, J, ‘Use and Abuse of Copyright: The ‘sweat of the brow’ theory gone mad’ (2005) 30(3) Alternative Law Journal 109-111.
Riley, J, Smith, B & Sarina, T, ‘Industrial Legislation in 2004’ (2005) 47 Journal of Industrial Relations 171-185.
Riley, J, ‘No ‘Poaching’? Why Not? A Reflection on the Legitimacy of Post Employment Restrictive Covenants’ (2005) 19(1) Commercial Law Quarterly 3-8.
Riley, J, ‘Who Owns Human Capital? A critical appraisal of legal techniques for capturing the value of work (2005) 18(1) Australian Journal of Labour Law 1-25.
Riley, J, 'Contracting for Work/Family Balance' (2005) 23(1) Law in Context (Special Issue: Work, Family and the Law)182-201.
Rolph, D, 'No Worries? Employers' Duty of Care for Negligently Inflicted Stress' (2005) 18(3) Australian Journal of Labour Law 344-356.
Shearer, I, ‘In fear of international law’ (2005) Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 345-378.
Stephens, T & Mill, S, 'Challenging the role of the judges in Slaughter’s liberal theory of international law’ (2005) 18(1) Leiden Journal of International Law 1-30.
Tomsen, S, ''Boozers and Bouncers': Masculine conflict, disengagement and the contemporary governance of drinking-related violence and disorder' (2005) 38(3) The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 283-297.
Tuch, A, 'Investment Banks as Fiduciaries: Implication for Conflicts of Interest' (2005) 29(2) Melbourne University Law Review 478.
Watson, I, 'Illusionists and Hunters: Being Aboriginals in this occupied space' (2005) 25 Australian Feminist Law Journal 15.
Cooper, G, ‘Treasury Review Income Tax Self-Assessment System’ (2005) Tax Notes International 298-302.
Cooper, G, ‘Budget Contains Unexpected Tax Measures’ (2005) 38 Tax Notes International 637-639.
Findlay, M, ‘To transform in the international criminal trial: merging restorative and retributive justice’ (2005) 60 Amicus Curiae 12-16.
Findlay, M, ‘Some Brief Observations on the Significance of Deterrence in Braithwaite’s ‘Pre-Empting Terrorism’’ (2005) 17(1) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 120-121.
Graycar, R, 'Gender Issues and the Law" (2005) 17(4) Legal Date 5-6.
Hill, J, 'The Persistent Debate about Convergence in Comparative Corporate Governance' (2005) 27(4) Sydney Law Review 743-752.
Irving, H, ‘Changing Law by Parliament’ (2005) 17(1) Legal Date 1-3.
Johns, F, ‘Critical Beings: Taking a Critical Bearing’ (2005) Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy.
Loughlan, P, ‘Dykes on Bikes – Trade Mark Registration (Rightly) Refused’ (2005) Intellectual Property Law Bulletin.
Loughlan, P, ‘Copyright Law and the Technological Inhibition of Lawful Copying’ (2005) Intellectual Property Law Bulletin.
Lyster, R, 'Privatising Water Utilities: A Cautionary Tale' (2005) 9 Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 1.
McCallum, R, ‘The Howard Government’s Refashioning of Australian Labour Law: The Neoliberal Labour Law Agenda’ (2005) 18 Dissent 19-23.
Nottage, L, ‘Reviewing Product Safety Regulation in Australia – and Japan? Part 1’ (2005) 16(7) Australian Product Liability Reporter 100-106.
Nottage, L & Nasu, H (trans), ‘Osutoraria Ni Okeru Chusai Kyoiku - Kokkyo O Koeru Teikei Ni Mukete’ (April 2005) JCA Jyanaru 50-54.
Nottage, L, ‘A decade of strict liability litigation under Japan’s product liability law of 1994’ (2005) 16(5) Australian Product Liability Reporter 65-69.
Peden, E, 'Contract Law' (2005) 2 Student Reporter 19-21.
Riley, J, ‘Fair Dismissal Under Common Law?’, CCH Industrial Law News, 6 September 2005.
Rolph, D, ‘Review: Gillooly, M, The Third Man: Reform of the Australasian Defamation Defences’ (2005) 27(4) Sydney Law Review 761-764.
Rolph, D, ‘News from Australia’ (2005) 18(3) Intellectual Property Journal 469-476.
Rolph, D, ‘News from Australia’ (2005) 19(1) Intellectual Property Journal 245-251.
Roy, A, ‘Review: Kapur, R, “Erotic Justice: Law and the New Politics of Postcolonialism”’ (2005) 27(3) Sydney Law Review 589-591.
Sadurski, W, ‘Rawls and the Limits of Liberalism: Reflections on the ‘Law of Peoples’’ (2005) 1(1) Ius et Lex 195-221.
Sadurski, W, ‘Europa i jej wartości’[Europe and Its Values] (11/2005) Znak (Poland) 108-114.
Winterton, G, ‘An Australian Judicial Remuneration Tribunal’ (2005) 8 Constitutional Law and Policy Review 65-66.
Apps, P F, ‘Taxation, Household Time Use and Heterogeneity’, presented at XIX Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics, Paris, 16 June 2005.
Armson, E, ‘Takeover Dispute Resolution: The Australian Approach’, presented at International Takeovers Regulators Conference, Johannesburg, 12 January 2005.
Armson, E, ‘Models for Takeover Dispute Resolution: Australia and the UK’, presented at International Takeovers Regulators Conference, Johannesburg, 10 January 2005.
Armson, E, ‘An Empirical Study of the Panels First Five Years’, presented at Corporations Workshop, Business Law Section, Law Council of Australia, Canberra, 2 July 2005.
Armson, E, ‘Regulating Takeover Conflicts in Australia and the UK’, presented at Corporate Law Teachers’ Association Conference, Sydney, 7 February 2005.
Black, C, ‘Denying Tax Deduction for Criminals’, presented at 17th Australasian Tax Teachers Association Annual Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 27 January 2005.
Boer, B, Keynote address, Public Interest Environmental Law in Australia, Environmental Defender’s Office (NSW), Sydney, 14 May 2005.
Burns, L, ‘Design of CFC Rules in the Global Economy’, presented at 17th Australasian Tax Teachers Association Annual Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 27 January 2005.
Carney, T, Ramia, G, & Chapman, A, ‘Which Law is Laggard? Gaps between Labour law and Social Security Law in Work Regulation’, presented at Labour Law, Equity and Efficiency: Structuring and regulating the labour market for the 21st century, University of Melbourne School of Law, 8 July 2005.
Carney, T, Ingvarson, M & Tait, D, ‘Experiences of ‘Control’ in Anorexia Nervosa Treatment: Delayed coercion, shadow of law, or disseminated power & control?’, presented at 29th International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Paris, 5 July 2005.
Cooper, G, ‘Coherent Principles Drafting’, presented at 4th National Tax Symposium, Financial Arrangements, Past and Future, Taxation Institute of Australia, Katoomba, 21 July 2005.
Cooper, G, ‘Anti-Globalisation Critiques of the Work of Tax Advisors in Developing Countries’, presented at Faculty Seminar, William & Mary Law School, Williamsburg, USA, 18 February 2005.
Cooper, G, ‘Part IVA – A post-Hart report’, presented at 2005 National Convention, Taxation Institute of Australia, Perth, 19 March 2005.
Crock, M & Friedman, L, ‘Imagining the Labour Market: The Formative Role of Immigration Regulation’, presented at Labour Law, Equity and Efficiency: Structuring and regulating the labour market for the 21st century, University of Melbourne, 8 July 2005.
Cunneen, C, ‘Racism, Discrimination and Criminology: Over-representation and the other’, presented at Australian & NZ Society of Criminology Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 10 February 2005.
Daly, K & Stubbs, J, ‘Mapping the terrain of feminist and race politics on restorative justice’, presented at Australian & NZ Society of Criminology Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 10 February 2005.
Hill, J, Invited participant, The Means and the End of Corporations, UCLA-Sloan Research Program on Business Organisations, Los Angeles, 28-29 January 2005.
Hill, J, ‘The Shifting Balance of Power between Shareholders and Managers in International Regulatory Reform’, presented to Workshop, Duke University Law School, North Carolina, 23 March 2005.
Hill, J, ‘The Anglo-American Model Post-Enron’, presented at Financial Structure and Corporate Governance: Comparative approaches, Seminar in celebration of the 35th Anniversary of Hong Kong University Faculty of Law and the 5th Anniversary of the AIIFL, University of Hong Kong, 18 April 2005.
Hill, J, ‘The Shifting Balance of Power between Shareholders and Managers in International Regulatory Reform’, presented to Wisconsin International Law Journal 2005 Annual Symposium on Economic Globalisation and Corporate Governance, University of Wisconsin, 11-12 March 2005.
Hill, J, Invited participant, Fifth Annual Law and Business Conference on International Corporate Governance, Vanderbilt University Law School, 18 March 2005.
Kinley, D, ‘Promoting Human Rights in Problem Places’, presented at Fulbright Symposium on Human Rights, Peace and Education, June 2005.
Kinley, D, ‘The World Bank and Human Rights: the Political Dimensions of Legal Obligations’, presented at The World Bank Legal Forum 2005: Law, Equity and Development, December 2005.
McAdam, J, ‘‘Complementary’ or ‘Subsidiary’ Protection? The convergence of international refugee and human rights law’, presented at Australian & NZ Society of International Law, Canberra, July 2005.
McAdam, J, ‘None-Refoulement through Time: The case for a derogation clause to the refugee convention in mass influx emergencies’, presented at Conference on Human Rights and Refugees, IDPs and Migrant Workers in Honour of Joan Fitzpatrick and Arthur Helton, Metropolitan College and Touro Law School, New York, 16 January 2005.
McAdam, J, ‘Displaced Persons/Refugees’, presented at International Institutions in a Uni-Polar World, 13th Annual ANZSIL Conference, Canberra, 18 June 2005.
McAdam, J, ‘Status Anxiety: Refugees in legal limbo’, presented at 29th International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Paris, July 2005.
McCallum, R, ‘Justice at Work: Industrial citizenship and the corporatisation of Australian labour law’, Kingsley Laffer Lecture, University of Sydney, 11 April 2005.
Mason, G, ‘Snowtown: Australia’s worst hate crime?’, presented at Australian & NZ Society of Criminology Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 10 February 2005.
Millar, R, ‘GST issues for international services transactions’, presented at 17th Australasian Tax Teachers Association Annual Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 28 January 2005.
Nottage, L, ‘Build it in Kyoto, or virtually, and will they come – sooner and later?’, presented at Build It and They Will Come – The first anniversary of law schools in Japan, University of Melbourne, 26 February 2005.
Nottage, L, ‘Who’s afraid of the Vienna sales conventions (CISG)? A New Zealander’s view from Australia and Japan’, presented at National Trade Law Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, 18 February 2005.
Riley, J, ‘Regulating Unequal Work Relationships for Fairness and Efficiency: A study of business format franchising’, presented at Labour Law, Equity and Efficiency: Structuring and regulating the labour market for the 21st century, University of Melbourne, 9 July 2005.
Riley, J, ‘Industrial Relations Reforms’, presented at Changing of the Guard – New Issues for a New Era, NSW Young Lawyers Public Forum, Sydney, 16 August 2005.
Riley, J, ‘The Proposed IR Reforms and the Future of Australian Industrial Relations’, presented at Annual Conference of Judges Associates of the Supreme Court of NSW, Sydney, 19 August 2005.
Riley, J, ‘Turning Employees into Contractors: New opportunities’, presented at Labour Law 2005: What the Future Holds, ACIRRT Annual Labour Law Conference, Sydney, 8 September 2005.
Smith, B, ‘Striking the Balance: Can anti-discrimination law help workers with family responsibilities?’, presented at Labour Law, Equity and Efficiency: Structuring and regulating the labour market for the 21st century, University of Melbourne, 8 July 2005.
Wangmann, J, ‘Where the Buck Stops: The Australian High Court on vicarious liability and institutional child sexual assault’, presented at The Law’s Empire: A Critically Engaged Social-Legal Conference, Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, 25-30 June 2005.
Ziegert, K A, ‘Classical European Sociology of Law’, presented at First European Socio-Legal Conference, European Ways of Law, Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Spain, 6-8 July 2005.