About Emeritus Professor Reg Graycar

Reg's research interests include Administrative Law; Feminist Legal Theory; Tory Law; Legal Responses to Historical Harms; Law Reform; Legal System; and Legal Profession.

Professor Graycar is a member of the International advisory board for SSRN, Women, Gender and the Law, and a member of the editorial boards of the Australian Feminist Law Journal, the Adelaide Law Review, Griffith Law Review, the Media and Arts Law Review and Australian Feminist Studies. She is also a member of the International Advisory Board for the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies, University of British Columbia, and the AHRB centre for Gender, Sexuality and Law (UK). Professor Graycar has worked with the Australian Institute of Judicial Administration and a number of courts, both in Australia, and overseas, on their judicial education programs. She also practises as a barrister, and is a member of the Human Rights Committee of the NSW Bar Association. She was a Director of Women's Legal Services (NSW) Ltd (the largest community legal centre in NSW) from 2000 to 2009 and was Chair of the Board from 2006-2008.

For a complete profile, please see here.

Selected publications

Books and Monographs
  • Regina Graycar & Jenny Morgan, The Hidden Gender of Law, The Federation Press: Sydney (2nd ed, 2002). Foreword by the Honourable Mary Gaudron, Justice of the High Court of Australia, I-xxvi; 1-486.
    Though this is a second edition, it is, in effect, a completely new book. (See: http://www.federationpress.com.au/bookstore/book.asp?isbn=1862873402 )
    The book has been reviewed in (2002) 24 Sydney Law Review 603-607; (2002) 26 Melbourne University Law Review 750-755.
  • Reg Graycar, Helen Rhoades & Margaret Harrison, The Family Law Reform Act: The First Three Years, Final Report, The University of Sydney and the Family Court of Australia, December 2000. (exec summary republished in Australian Family Lawyer, December 2000; and Family Matters, Autumn, 2001).
    This is the report of research funded by an ARC collaborative/SPIRT grant for the years 1997-1999, awarded to the University of Sydney and the Family Court of Australia.
  • Reg Graycar, Helen Rhoades & Margaret Harrison, The Family Law Reform Act: Can Changing Legislation Change Legal Culture, Legal Practice and Community Expectations? Interim Report, The University of Sydney and the Family Court of Australia, April 1999, I-xi; 1-67.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, Work and Violence Themes: Including Gender Issues in the Core Law Curriculum, 2 Vols, 625pp, 1996, archived at: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/tep/10029
    This project, funded by the Department of Employment, Education and Training, involved us preparing sets of teaching materials that introduce gender issues into core courses for use in Australian law schools. A detailed account of the project and its outcomes is published in (1996) 18 Sydney Law Review 431 (‘Legal Categories, Women’s Lives and the Law Curriculum OR Making Gender Examinable?’).
  • Regina Graycar & Jenny Morgan, The Hidden Gender of Law, The Federation Press: Sydney (1990).
  • Regina Graycar (ed), Dissenting Opinions: Feminist Explorations in Law and Society, Allen and Unwin (Australia): Sydney (1990).
  • Regina Graycar & Deena Shiff (eds), Life Without Marriage: A Woman's Guide to the Law, Pluto Press: Sydney (1987).
  • Regina Graycar, Legal Resources Book (SA), Legal Services Commission of SA/Allen and Unwin (1981).
Major Articles and Chapters in Books
  • Reg Graycar and Jenny Morgan, “Equality Rights: What’s Wrong”? in Rosemary Hunter (ed), Rethinking Equality Projects in Law: Feminist Challenges, Hart publications, forthcoming 2008.
  • Reg Graycar, “Gender, Race, Bias and Perspective: OR, How Otherness Colours Your Judgment” in International Journal of the Legal Profession: Special Issue on Gendered Judging (edited by Ulrike Schultz), forthcoming 2008.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenni Millbank, "From Functional Family to Spinster Sisters: Australia’s Distinctive Path to Relationship Recognition” (2007) 24Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 121-164. (Part of a forum Following Marriage, which is published as a separate bound volume.)
  • Reg Graycar and Jane Wangmann, (2007) Redress packages for institutional child abuse: Exploring the Grandview Agreement as a case study in ‘alternative’ dispute resolution 1-43, published as Sydney Law School; Legal Studies Research Paper No. 07/50.
  • Reg Graycar, "Judicial activism or traditional negligence law? Conception, pregnancy, and denial of reproductive choice" in Ian Freckelton & Kerry Petersen (eds), Disputes and Dilemmas in Health Law Federation Press, 2006, pp 436-457.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Law Reform: What's in it for Women?’ (2005) 23 Windsor Yearbook on Access to Justice. 393-419.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, 'Feminist Legal Theory and Understandings of Equality: One Step Forward or Two Steps Back?' (2006) 28 Thomas Jefferson University Law Review, 399-421.
  • Reg Graycar, "Frozen Chooks Revisited: The Challenge of Changing Law/s" in Rosemary Hunter & Mary Keane (eds), Changing Law: rights, regulation and reconciliation, Ashgate Publishing: Aldershot (2005), 49-76.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Thinking about Equality’ (2004) 27 UNSW Law Journal 1-7.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Remembering Marlee Kline: A Voice Against Anti-Semitism’ (2004) 16 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 221-225.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘One Step Forward and Two Steps Back: Examining Understandings of Equality’ (2004) 20 Australian Feminist Law Journal 23-42.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Claire L'Heureux-Dubé: Some Reflections from Down Under’ in Elizabeth Sheehy (ed) Adding Feminism to Law: The contribution of Madame Justice L'Heureux-Dubé, Irwin Law: Toronto (2004), 81-107.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Putting Gender on the Damages Agenda: Michael Chesterman's contribution to Accident Compensation’ in Kam Fan Sin (ed), Legal Explorations: Essays in Honour of Professor Michael Chesterman, Lawbook Co: Sydney (2003), 139-154.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Teaching Torts as if the World Really Existed: Reflections on Harold Luntz’s contribution to Australian law school classrooms’ (2003) 27 Melbourne University Law Review 677-696.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Public Liability: A Plea for Facts’ (2002) 25 UNSW Law Journal 810-818 (originally published as part of Forum: Reform of the Law of Negligence: Balancing the Costs and Community Expectations; Volume 8, no 2).
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, “Women” in M Coper, A Blackshield & G Williams (eds), The Oxford Companion to the High Court, Oxford University Press: UK (2002).
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, “Women’s Work” in M Coper, A Blackshield & G Williams (eds), The Oxford Companion to the High Court, Oxford University Press: UK (2002).
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Sex, Golf and Stereotypes: Measuring, Valuing and Imagining the Body in Court’ (2002) 10 Torts Law Journal 205-221.
  • Reg Graycar, Lovric, J & Johansson, R, ‘Guaranteeing Someone Else's Debts’ (2001) 12(3) Journal of Banking and Finance - Law and Practice 181-198.
  • Helen Rhoades, Reg Graycar & Margaret Harrison, ‘Researching Family Law Reform: The Authors Respond’ (2001) 59 Family Matters 68-74.
  • Reg Graycar, Jenny Lovric & Robyn Johannson, ‘Third Party Guarantees’ (2001) 12 Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice 181-198.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Law Reform by Frozen Chook: Family Law Reform for the New Millennium?’ (2000) 24 Melbourne University Law Review 737-755.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Review of the property (relationships) act in 1984’ (2000) 14 Australian Journal of Family Law 69-74.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenni Millbank, ‘The Bride Wore Pink… To the Property (Relationships) Legislation Amendment Act 1999: Family Law Reform in NSW’ (2000) 17 Canadian Journal of Family Law 227-282.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘A Quarter Century of Feminism in Law: Back to the Future?’ (1999) 24 Alternative Law Journal 117-121.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Legal Theory’ in Barbara Caine, Moira Gatens, Emma Grahame, Jan Larbalestier, Sophie Watson & Elizabeth Webby (eds), Oxford Companion to Australian Feminism, OUP: Melbourne (1998), 188-197.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘The Gender of Judgments: Some Reflections on Bias’ (1998) 32 University of British Columbia Law Review 1-21.
  • Reg Graycar, Jenny Morgan & Hilary Charlesworth, ‘Equality for Women Under the Constitution?’, presented at the Women's Constitutional Convention, January 1998 and published at http://pandora.nla.gov.au/nph-arch/H1998-Sep-2/http://www.womensconv.dynamite.com.au/threept.htm
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Compensation and the Stolen Children: Political Judgments and Community Values’ (1998) 21 UNSW Law Journal 253-258.
  • Reg Graycar & M Harrison, ‘Family Law Reforms’ (1997) 47 Family Matters 24-25.
  • Reg Graycar & Margaret Harrison, ‘The Family Law Reform Act: Metamorphosis or More of the Same?’ (1997) 11 Australian Journal of Family Law 327-342.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Hoovering as a Hobby and Other Stories: Gendered Assessments of Personal Injury Damages’ (1997) 31 University of British Columbia Law Review 17-35.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Women's Lives, Legal Categories, and the Law Curriculum OR Making Gender Examinable?’ (1996) 18 Sydney Law Review 431-450.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘'Unnatural Rejection of Womanhood and Motherhood': Pregnancy, Damages and the Law. A Note on CES v Superclinics (Aust) Pty Ltd’ (1996) 18 Sydney Law Review 323-341.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Telling Tales: Legal Stories about Violence Against Women’ (1996) 7 Australian Feminist Law Journal 79-93 (also published in (1996) 8 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature 297-316).
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Damaged Awards: The Vicissitudes of Life as a Woman’ (1995) 3 Torts Law Journal 160-168.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Disabling Citizenship: Civil Death for Women in the 1990s?’ (1995) 17 Adelaide Law Review 49-76.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘The Relevance of Violence in Family Law Decision Making’ (1995) 9 Australian Journal of Family Law 58-69.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘The Gender of Judgments: An Introduction’ in Margaret Thornton (ed), Public and Private: Feminist Legal Debates, OUP: Melbourne (1995), 262-282.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Matrimonial Property Law Reform and Equality for Women: Discourses in Discord?’ (1995) 25 Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 9-30 (also published in Bill Atkin, Graeme Austin and Virginia Grainer (eds), Family Property: Law and Policy, New Zealand Institute of Advanced Legal Studies: Wellington, 1995).
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Legal Categories and Women’s Work: Explorations for a Cross-Doctrinal Feminist Jurisprudence’ (1994) 7 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 34-58.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Gendered Assumptions in Family Law Decision Making’ (1994) 22 Federal Law Review 278-299.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Sterilisation of Young Women with Disabilities: Towards a New Regulatory Framework’ (1994) 1 Australian Journal of Human Rights 380-391.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Love’s Labour’s Cost: The High Court Decision in Van Gervan v Fenton’ (1993) 1 Torts Law Journal 122-136.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Women’s Work: Who Cares?’ (1992) 14 Sydney Law Review 86-105.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Feminism and Law Reform: Matrimonial Property Law and Models of Equality’ in Sophie Watson (ed), Playing the State: Australian Feminist Interventions, Verso, London, 1990 and Allen and Unwin: Sydney (1990), 153-170.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Equality Begins at Home’ in Reg Graycar (ed), Dissenting Opinions: Feminist Explorations in Law and Society, Allen and Unwin (Australia): Sydney (1990), 58-70.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Introduction’ in Reg Graycar (ed), Dissenting Opinions: Feminist Explorations in Law and Society, Allen and Unwin (Australia): Sydney (1990), vii-xi.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Injuries to Women: Gendered Harms’ (1990) 36 Refractory Girl 7-12.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Family Law and Social Security: The Child Support Connection’ (1989) 3 Australian Journal of Family Law 70-92.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Equal Rights versus Fathers' Rights: The Child Custody Debate in Australia’ in Carol Smart & Selma Sevenhuijsen (eds), Child Custody and the Politics of Gender, Routledge: London (1989), 158-189.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Violence in the Home: A Legal Response - A Limited Solution?’ (1988) 26 Law Society Journal 46-49 (May 1988).
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Gender, Difference and Dominance: MacKinnon's Feminism Unmodified’, Australian Feminist Studies, Nos 7/8, Summer 1988, pp235-246.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Towards a Feminist Position on Maintenance’ (1987) 30 Refractory Girl 7-11.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Social Security and Personal Income Taxation’ in Reg Graycar & Deena Shiff (eds), Life Without Marriage: A Woman's Guide to the Law, Pluto Press: Sydney (1987), 101-135.
  • Reg Graycar & Deena Shiff, ‘Introduction’ in Reg Graycar & Deena Shiff (eds), Life Without Marriage: A Woman's Guide to the Law, Pluto Press: Sydney (1987), 1-15.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Yes, Virginia, there is feminist legal literature: a survey of some recent publications’ (1986) 3 Australian Journal of Law and Society 105-135 (a review article of eight books).
  • Reg Graycar, ‘‘...to transform the normative tradition in law’: A Comment on the Feminist Project in the Law School’ (1986) 58 Australian Quarterly 366-374.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Damages for Personal Injury’ in A R Blackshield (ed), The Judgments of Lionel Murphy, Primavera Press: Sydney (1986), 268-293.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Compensation for Loss of Capacity to Work in the Home’ (1985) 10 Sydney Law Review 528-567.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Hoovering as a Hobby: The Common Law's Approach to Work in the Home’ (1985) 28 Refractory Girl 22-26.
  • Reg Graycar, John Basten & David Neal, ‘Legal Centres in Australia’ (1985) 7 Law and Policy 113-141.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Informal Justice and the N.S.W. Community Justice Centres Pilot Project’ (1983) 1 Australian Journal of Law and Society 134-148 (a review article of four books).
  • Reg Graycar, John Basten & David Neal, ‘Legal Centres in Australia’ (1983) 6 UNSW Law Journal 163-190.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘A State Legal Services Commission's experience in community legal education’ in Ben Boer (ed), Community Legal Education: Preventive Legal Aid, CLAC: Canberra (1980), 17-28.
  • Reg Graycar & Karla McCulloch, ‘Gilbertson v. South Australia - the Case for s.51 (xxxviii)?’ (1977) 6 Adelaide Law Review 136-153.
Shorter Articles, Notes, Reviews and Other Publications
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Gender Issues and the Law’, LegalDate, Volume 17, Number 4, August 2005 (pp5-6)
  • Reg Graycar, ‘A Loved Baby can’t cancel out a Clear Case of Negligence’, op ed column, Sydney Morning Herald, 21 July 2003. (also published in http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=573 )
  • Reg Graycar, ‘The Merit of a Bigger Pond’, op ed column, Sydney Morning Herald, 19 December 2002. (an expanded version was republished as ‘Sex and High Court Appointments: Must all Judges have been Barristers?’ in http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=1256 )
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Women's Hard Labour at Home: There's no Money in That’, op ed column, Sydney Morning Herald, 24 June 2002.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Heffernan's Impartiality Road Nothing New to Women’, op ed column, Sydney Morning Herald, 8 April 2002.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Women’s work’ and with Jenny Morgan, ‘Women’, entries for Tony Blackshield, Michael Coper and George Williams (eds), Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia, OUP (2002), 719-721; 724-725.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Law Reform: Concept of Family Under Review’ (2001) 39 (3) Law Society Journal 64 -68.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘If it ain’t broke don’t fix it: Matrimonial Property Law Reform and the Forgotten Majority’,http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/10766/20030721/www.familycourt.gov.au/papers/html/graycar.html (May 1999); republished in CCH, Australian Report No 402, 17 September 1999, 4-11.
  • Reg Graycar & Margaret Harrison, ‘Family Law Reforms’ (1997) 47 Family Matters 24-25.
  • Book Review, Christina Murray (ed), Gender and the New South African Legal Order (1996) 12 South African Journal on Human Rights 669-673.
  • Reg Graycar, Casenotes, Social Security Reporter: approximately 20 per year from 1988 to 1995.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Sterilisation of Children’ (1994) 68 Australian Law Journal 455-457.
  • Reg Graycar, Book Review, Tove Stang Dahl, Women's Law: An Introduction to Feminist Jurisprudence (1989) 17 International Journal of the Sociology of Law 503-508.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Child Support: Implications for Social Security’ (1988) 44 Social Security Reporter 571-572.
  • Book Review, Katherine O'Donovan, Sexual Divisions in Law (1987-88) 26 Journal of Family Law 265-274 (also published in (1986) 11 Legal Service Bulletin 132-134).
  • Book Review, Catharine A. MacKinnon, Feminism Unmodified: Discourses on Life and Law (1987) 10 UNSW Law Journal 284-292.
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Earle, ‘A New Dependence’ (1987) Australian Society 37-38.
  • Reg Graycar & Peter Hanks, ‘Compensation Awards and Social Security Payments’ (1987) 39 Social Security Reporter 499-500.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Feminism comes to law: better late than never’ (1986) 3 Australian Feminist Studies 115-120.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Non-Earners and Accident Compensation - Women Sold Out Again’ (1985) 10 Legal Service Bulletin 86-87.
  • Reg Graycar, Digest, Legal Service Bulletin: regular entries digesting recent primary and secondary legal materials on a bi-monthly basis from 1982 to 1985.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Legal Centres in the Festival State’ in D Neal (ed), On Tap Not on Top: Legal Centres in Australia 1972-1982, (a special issue of the Legal Service Bulletin, 1984), 20-23.
  • Reg Graycar & Richard Phillipps, ‘A National Defamation Law?’ (1983) 8 Legal Service Bulletin 231-232.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Can Lawyers Reform the Legal Profession?’ (1982) 1 Australian Society 15-16.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Fighting for the real under-class’ (1982) 1(4) Australian Society 15-16.
  • Reg Graycar & John Goldring, ‘Law, Money and Politics’ (1982) 7 Legal Service Bulletin 154-155 (editorial).
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Occupational Health and Safety - After Williams’ (1982) 7 Legal Service Bulletin 198-199.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘U.S. Legal Services - Closing the Shop?’ (1981) 6 Legal Service Bulletin 25l-253.
  • Reg Graycar & Susan Armstrong, ‘Two Pragmatic Views from the S.A. Legal Services Commission’ in P Cashman (ed), The Role of Research in the Delivery of Legal Services, Law Foundation: Sydney (1981), 91-101.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Legal Representation under the S.A. Mental Health Act’ (1980) 5 Legal Service Bulletin 72-73.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Residential Tenancies - the South Australian Experience’ (1979) 4 Legal Service Bulletin 148-151.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Sex Discrimination - Federal Award Gets in the Way’ (1979) 4 Legal Service Bulletin 186-187.
Theses
  • ‘Some Aspects of 'Validity' in Australian Constitutional Law’, thesis submitted for the award of the degree LLB (Hons), University of Adelaide, 1978.
  • ‘The Impact of Alternative Dispute Resolution on the Urban Poor’, thesis submitted for the award of the degree LLM, Harvard University, 1981.
Papers Published in Conference Proceedings
  • Reg Graycar, ‘Matrimonial Property Law Reform: What Lessons Have We Learnt?’, Family Court of Australia, Papers from the Second National Conference of the Family Court, September 1995, (published September 1996).
  • Reg Graycar & Jenny Morgan, ‘Including Gender Issues in the Core Law Curriculum’, Women, Culture and Universities: A Chilly Climate? (UTS April 1995), Conference Proceedings, November 1995.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘The Gender of Judgments: Would Women Judges Make a Difference?’, 1994 Women in Leadership Public Lecture Series, Edith Cowan University, August 1995.
  • Reg Graycar, ‘The Relevance of Violence in Family Law Decision Making’, International Year of the Family National Conference, November 1994, Conference Proceedings, 1995.
Law Reform publications with which I have been associated
  • Defamation: Some Proposals for Reform in NSW, Report of the Attorney General's Taskforce, April 2002 (taskforce member and principal author).
  • Complaints against Lawyers: An Interim Report, NSW Law Reform Commission, Report No 99, 2001 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Surveillance: An Interim Report, NSW Law Reform Commission, Report No 98, 2001 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Guaranteeing Someone Else's Debt, NSW Law Reform Commission, Issues Paper No 17 and Summary, May 2000 (Commissioner in charge).
  • Relationships and the Law, NSW Law Reform Commission, preliminary consultation paper, February 2000 (Commissioner in charge) (also published in (2000) 14 Australian Journal of Family Law 69-74).
  • Complaints Against Lawyers: Review of Part 10, NSW Law Reform Commission, Issues Paper No 18, October 2000 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Contempt by Publication¸ NSW Law Reform Commission, Discussion Paper No 43, July 2000 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Review of Section 316 of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW), NSW Law Reform Commission, Report No 93, December 1999 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Contribution Between Persons Liable for the Same Damage, NSW Law Reform Commission, Report No 89, May 1999 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Review of the Community Services (Complaints, Appeals and Monitoring) Act 1993 (NSW), NSW Law Reform Commission, Report No 90, July 1999 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Review of the Disability Services Act 1993 (NSW), NSW Law Reform Commission, Report No 91, July 1999 (participated as a Commissioner).
  • Sterilisation and Other Medical Procedures on Children, Final Report, November 1994, pp. 1-77 (main author, report of the Family Law Council).
  • Female Genital Mutilation, Discussion Paper published by the Family Law Council, January 1994.
  • Appointment of Judges, Family Law Council submission to the Attorney-General, December 1993 (I assisted the Director of Research in finalising this submission).
  • Family Law in Magistrates Courts, Discussion Paper published by the Family Law Council, October 1993, pp 1-40 (I contributed as a member of the Magistrates Courts Committee).
  • Equality Before the Law: Women's Access to the Legal System, Report No 67 (interim), January 1994 (I participated in the preparation of this report as a Commissioner of the Australian Law Reform Commission).
  • Equality Before the Law: Justice for Women, Australian Law Reform Commission, Report No 69, Part I (July 1994). In addition to participating as a Commissioner in the preparation of this report, I had substantial responsibility for writing Chapter 8.
  • Equality Before the Law: Equality for Women, Australian Law Reform Commission, Report No 69, Part II (December 1994); with Professors Hilary Charlesworth & Jenny Morgan, Chapter 16, Minority View.
Submissions/evidence to Parliamentary Inquiries
  • Reg Graycar & Jane Wangmann, Submission to the Senate Committee on Children in Institutional Care, 2003-2004, http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/clac_ctte/inst_care/submissions/sublist.htm; submission nos 51 and 51a, and for oral evidence see http://www.aph.gov.au/hansard/senate/commttee/S7291.pdf, pp92-104.
  • Reg Graycar, Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs, ‘Child Custody Arrangements in the event of family separation’, 2003.
  • Reg Graycar, 'The Australian Family Law Reform Act', invited address to the Canadian Special Joint Parliamentary Committee on Child Custody and Access, Ottawa, Canada, June 1998.
  • Reg Graycar, Helen Rhoades & Margaret Harrison, Submission to the Senate Legal And Constitutional Affairs Committee on Family Law Amendment Bill 1999.
  • Reg Graycar, Submission to Joint Select Committee on Certain Aspects of the Operation and Interpretation of the Family Law Act (part 2, dealing with aspects of matrimonial property and other financial issues such as superannuation and debts, child custody and access), for the National Committee on Violence Against Women, December 1991, pp. 44-74.