Associate Professor Tyrone Kirchengast

BA (Hons) / LLB (Hons) (Macq) GradDipLegPrac (ColLaw) PhD (La Trobe)
Associate Professor

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Dr Tyrone Kirchengast is an Associate Professor in the University of Sydney Law School and member of the Sydney Institute of Criminology. He is a Senior Visiting Fellow at UNSW Law, Sydney. Tyrone is an international expert on crime victim rights and improving victim’s access to justice. He has published widely on the integration of victims in the adversarial criminal trial. Tyrone is admitted as a legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of NSW and is a solicitor and barrister of the High Court of Australia. Prior to joining Sydney Law School, Tyrone taught criminal law and procedure at the University of New South Wales (2009-2017), Macquarie University (2007-2008) and the University of Newcastle (2003-2006). He has consulted for the Department of Justice, NSW, and been an expert advisor to commissions of inquiry on crime victim rights. Tyrone’s recent work examines victim participation across the criminal trial process, private counsel for victims of crime, restorative and therapeutic justice, compensation and restitution, and victim rights as human rights in international and domestic law. His research is comparative, with an interest in adversarial and inquisitorial court processes across international and domestic legal systems, including mixed and hybrid systems of justice in Europe, Asia and South America. At Sydney Law School, Tyrone teaches across the core courses of Civil and Criminal Procedure and Criminal Law. He also offers an advanced elective in Critical Victimology. Tyrone welcomes enquiries from potential research students interested in criminal law, victims and procedural justice.

Research interests

  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Victims and the criminal trial
  • Victim rights in domestic and international law
  • Restorative and therapeutic justice
  • Sentencing and proportionality
  • Cyberabuse and the new technologies
  • Criminology
  • Criminalisation
  • Comparative criminal justice

Teaching and supervision

  • Civil and Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Law
  • Critical Victimology

Associations

  • Member, Sydney Institute of Criminology
  • Member, World Society of Victimology
  • Member, Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies, Northumbria Law School, Northumbria University, UK

Awards and honours

  • Senior Visiting Fellow, UNSW Law, UNSW Sydney

In the media

What are the laws around cyber abuse in Australia?, Ten Daily, 25 February 2019

The world of 'Deepfake' videos is growing at a scary pace, Ten Daily, 10 February 2019

Social media scandal: Facebook removes lewd NRL videos, The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 January 2019

Scarlett Johansson says the internet is a 'virtually lawless abyss' where 'eerily realistic' porn images of her are created by perverts on a daily basis, Daily Mail, 3 January 2019

The fake porn scam targeting Australian women: How sick trolls are terrorising innocent young girls by pasting their faces into explicit sex videos, Daily Mail, 2 January 2019

Il podcast di cui si discute in Australia, Il Post, 9 December 2018

Teacher's Pet: can 28m podcast downloads change the course of a murder case?, The Guardian, 9 December 2018

The obstacles to convicting Chris Dawson of his wife's murder, The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 December 2018

Ser parte en las causas, el capitulo faltante en los derechos de las victimas de delitos, Clarin, 20 June 2018

Law reform report urges greater rights for victims, The World Today with Eleanor Hall, ABC Radio National, 9 December 2016


Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Kirchengast, T. (2017). Victimology and Victim Rights: International comparative perspectives. Oxon: Routledge.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). Victims and the Criminal Trial. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Crofts, P., Crofts, T., Gray, S., Kirchengast, T., Naylor, B., Tudor, S. (2016). Waller & Williams Criminal Law Text and Cases, 13th Edition. Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.
  • Findlay, L., Kirchengast, T. (2014). Criminal Law in Australia. Chatswood: Butterworths.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2010). The Criminal Trial in Law and Discourse. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2006). The Victim in Criminal Law and Justice. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]

Book Chapters

  • Tudor, S., Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2016). Foundations of Criminal Law. In P. Crofts, T. Crofts, S. Gray, T. Kitchengast, B. Naylor, S.Tudor (Eds.), Waller & Williams Criminal Law Text and Cases, 13th Edition, (pp. 1-25). Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.
  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2016). Rainbow Crossings and Conspicuous Restraint: LGBTIQ Community Protest, Assembly, and Police Discretion. In Angela Dwyer, Matthew Ball and Thomas Crofts (Eds.), Queering Criminology, (pp. 143-162). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2016). The Legal Framework of the Criminal Law. In P. Crofts, T. Crofts, S. Gray, T. Kitchengast, B. Naylor, S.Tudor (Eds.), Waller & Williams Criminal Law Text and Cases, 13th Edition, (pp. 27-98). Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). Victims and the police. In P. Birch, V. Herrington (Eds.), Policing in Practice, (pp. 49-66). South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journals

  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2019). A Ladder Approach to Criminalising Revenge Pornography. Journal of Criminal Law, 83(1), 87-103. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Illiadis, M., O'Connell, M. (2019). Development of the Office of Commissioner of Victims' Rights as an Appropriate Response to Improving the Experiences of Victims in the Criminal Justice System: Integrity, Access and Justice for Victims of Crime (Forthcoming). Monash University Law Review.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2019). Sentencing, Proportionality, Denunciation and Deterrence: Community Impact Statements and General Harm (Forthcoming). Criminal Law Quarterly.
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2019). The Legal and Policy Contexts of 'Revenge Porn' Criminalisation: The Need for Multiple Approaches (Forthcoming). Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal. [More Information]
  • Tomsen, S., Kirchengast, T. (2019). Victimhood, Truth and Criminal Justice Failure in Relation to Anti-Homosexual Violence and Killings in New South Wales (Forthcoming). Current Issues in Criminal Justice. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). Enforceable Rights for Victims of Crime in Adversarial Justice. Revista de Victimologia / Journal of Victimology, 3, 11-42.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). The limits of criminal law and justice: 'revenge porn' criminalisation, hybrid responses, and the ideal victim. UNISA Student Law Review, 2, 96-101.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). Victims' rights and the right to review: A corollary of the victim's pre-trial rights to justice. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 5(4), 103-115. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2015). Enforceable rights for victims of crime: Shifting the state/offender paradigm in adversarial systems of criminal law and justice. Pandora's Box, , 25-36.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2013). Beyond normative constraints: Declining institutionalism and the emergence of substantive and procedural justice. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 41(4), 292-302. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2013). Victim lawyers, victim advocates, and the adversarial criminal trial. New Criminal Law Review, 16(4), 568-594. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). Les victimes comme parties prenantes d'un proces penal de type accusatoire. Criminologie, 44(2), 99-123. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). The landscape of victim rights in Australian homicide cases-lessons from the international experience. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 31(1), 133-163. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2010). Proportionality in Sentencing and the Restorative Justice Paradigm: 'Just Deserts' for Victims and Defendants Alike? Criminal Law and Philosophy, 4(2), 197-213. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2010). Recent Reforms to Victim's Rights and the Emerging "Normative Theory of the Criminal Trial". Criminal Law Quarterly, 56(1&2), 82-115.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2009). Criminal Injuries Compensation, Victim Assistance and Restoration in Australian Sentencing Law. International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing, 5(3), 96-119.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2008). Expressing a Justiciable Role for Family Victims in NSW Homicide Cases. eLaw Journal: Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, 15(2), 159-167.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2008). Sentencing Law and the 'Emotional Catharsis' of Victim Rights in New South Wales Homicide Cases. Sydney Law Review, 30(4), 615-637.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2008). The Purification of Torts, the Consolidation of Criminal Law and the Decline of Victim Power. University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review, 10, 83-114.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2007). Integrating the Victim of Crime into NSW Homicide Cases. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 7(2), 279-294.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2007). Victim Influence, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Sentencing Law in the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal. Flinders Journal of Law Reform, 10(1), 143-159.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2006). Recent Developments for Victims of Crime in the NSW Justice System: The Case of Victim Impact Statements. James Cook University Law Review, 13, 125-154.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2005). Victim Impact Statements and the Previtera Rule: Delimiting the Voice and Representation of Family Victims in NSW Homicide Cases. University of Tasmania Law Review, 24(2), 23-47.

Conferences

  • Kirchengast, T. (2019). Victim Representation in the Criminal Trial Process. Criminal Law Workshop, Adelaide Law School, Adelaide, SA: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2018). A Critical Analysis of the Conduct and Fault Elements in 'Revenge Porn' Criminalisation. 7th National University of Singapore (NUS) - Sydney Law Symposium 2018: Multiple Perspectives on the Criminal Law, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2018). Progressing Crime Victim Rights in Adversarial Systems of Justice. 16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018, Victims and Victimization: Moving Towards an International Victimology, Hong Kong: Presentation.
  • Cassell, P., Kirchengast, T., Holder, R., Manikis, M. (2018). Victim Rights: Critical Perspectives on Enforcement. 16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018, Victims and Victimization: Moving Towards an International Victimology, Hong Kong: Presentation.
  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2017). Criminalisation, new technologies and the non-consensual distribution of intimate images. Centre for Criminology Seminar 2017: Department of Sociology, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong: Presentation. [More Information]
  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2016). Criminalising Revenge Pornography. British Society of Criminology Conference 2016: Inequalities in a Diverse World, Nottingham, England: Presentation.
  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T., Flynn, A. (2015). Digital Technologies and Revenge Pornography. Cybercrime Studies Centre Seminar Series: John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY, USA: Presentation.
  • Flynn, A., Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2015). Revenge Porn, Victims, and Prosecutorial Charging Decisions: The Australian Experience. 71st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology (ASC) 2015: The Politics of Crime & Justice, Washington, DC, USA: Presentation.
  • Flynn, A., Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2015). Revenge Pornography Harms and Legal Interventions: An Australian Reflection. School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University 2015, Newark, NJ, USA: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2015). Victim's Rights and the Right to Review. Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: 3rd International Conference 2015, Brisbane, Qld, Australia: Presentation.
  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2014). DIY Rainbow Crossings: Graffiti, Deviance, Resistance, Protest. Queer Criminologies Symposium 2014, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2013). Beyond normative constraints: Declining institutionalism and the emergence of substantive and procedural justice. 6th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2012, Hobart, Tasmania: University of Tasmania.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). Problem solving justice and the adversarial paradigm. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Townsville, Queensland: James Cook University.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2009). Integrating restorative approaches in victims' compensation and assistance. 3rd Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Melbourne, Australia: Monash University.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2001). The integration of victim lawyers into the adversarial criminal trial. 4th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Institute of Criminology.

Other

  • Tomsen, S., Kirchengast, T. (2018), 'Victim's Rights, Truth and Justice: Denial of Legitimate Victimhood in Anti-Homosexual Violence and Killings in New South Wales', Public Submission to "Inquiry into Gay and Transgender Hate Crimes Between 1970 and 2010".
  • Kirchengast, T. (2018), Public Submission to The Treasury, Australian Government, on the Early Release of Superannuation Benefits to Victims of Crime. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Braun, K. (2017), Joint Public Submission to the New South Wales Sentencing Council on Victims' Involvement in Sentencing. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2017), Public Submission to the New South Wales Sentencing Council on Victims' Involvement in Sentencing. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2016), Submission to NSW Department of Justice regarding the Discussion Paper, "The sharing of intimate images without consent - 'revenge porn'". [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2015), Public Submission to the Victorian Law Reform Commission regarding Consultation Paper, "The Role of Victims of Crime in the Criminal Trial Process". [More Information]

Research Reports

  • Kirchengast, T. (2014). Final Report - Executive Summary: Participation of Victims of Crime in New South Wales Court Processes, (pp. 1 - 105). Australia: Victims Services, Department of Justice.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2014). Participation of Victims of Crime in New South Wales Court Processes: Final Report - Full Report, (pp. 1 - 312). Sydney, Australia: Victims Services, Department of Justice.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2014). Participation of Victims of Crime in NSW Court Processes: Summary Information Sheet, (pp. 1 - 4). Australia: Victims Services, Department of Justice.

2019

  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2019). A Ladder Approach to Criminalising Revenge Pornography. Journal of Criminal Law, 83(1), 87-103. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Illiadis, M., O'Connell, M. (2019). Development of the Office of Commissioner of Victims' Rights as an Appropriate Response to Improving the Experiences of Victims in the Criminal Justice System: Integrity, Access and Justice for Victims of Crime (Forthcoming). Monash University Law Review.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2019). Sentencing, Proportionality, Denunciation and Deterrence: Community Impact Statements and General Harm (Forthcoming). Criminal Law Quarterly.
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2019). The Legal and Policy Contexts of 'Revenge Porn' Criminalisation: The Need for Multiple Approaches (Forthcoming). Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2019). Victim Representation in the Criminal Trial Process. Criminal Law Workshop, Adelaide Law School, Adelaide, SA: Presentation.
  • Tomsen, S., Kirchengast, T. (2019). Victimhood, Truth and Criminal Justice Failure in Relation to Anti-Homosexual Violence and Killings in New South Wales (Forthcoming). Current Issues in Criminal Justice. [More Information]

2018

  • Tomsen, S., Kirchengast, T. (2018), 'Victim's Rights, Truth and Justice: Denial of Legitimate Victimhood in Anti-Homosexual Violence and Killings in New South Wales', Public Submission to "Inquiry into Gay and Transgender Hate Crimes Between 1970 and 2010".
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2018). A Critical Analysis of the Conduct and Fault Elements in 'Revenge Porn' Criminalisation. 7th National University of Singapore (NUS) - Sydney Law Symposium 2018: Multiple Perspectives on the Criminal Law, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2018). Progressing Crime Victim Rights in Adversarial Systems of Justice. 16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018, Victims and Victimization: Moving Towards an International Victimology, Hong Kong: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2018), Public Submission to The Treasury, Australian Government, on the Early Release of Superannuation Benefits to Victims of Crime. [More Information]
  • Cassell, P., Kirchengast, T., Holder, R., Manikis, M. (2018). Victim Rights: Critical Perspectives on Enforcement. 16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018, Victims and Victimization: Moving Towards an International Victimology, Hong Kong: Presentation.

2017

  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2017). Criminalisation, new technologies and the non-consensual distribution of intimate images. Centre for Criminology Seminar 2017: Department of Sociology, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong: Presentation. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Braun, K. (2017), Joint Public Submission to the New South Wales Sentencing Council on Victims' Involvement in Sentencing. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2017), Public Submission to the New South Wales Sentencing Council on Victims' Involvement in Sentencing. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2017). Victimology and Victim Rights: International comparative perspectives. Oxon: Routledge.

2016

  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2016). Criminalising Revenge Pornography. British Society of Criminology Conference 2016: Inequalities in a Diverse World, Nottingham, England: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). Enforceable Rights for Victims of Crime in Adversarial Justice. Revista de Victimologia / Journal of Victimology, 3, 11-42.
  • Tudor, S., Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2016). Foundations of Criminal Law. In P. Crofts, T. Crofts, S. Gray, T. Kitchengast, B. Naylor, S.Tudor (Eds.), Waller & Williams Criminal Law Text and Cases, 13th Edition, (pp. 1-25). Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.
  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2016). Rainbow Crossings and Conspicuous Restraint: LGBTIQ Community Protest, Assembly, and Police Discretion. In Angela Dwyer, Matthew Ball and Thomas Crofts (Eds.), Queering Criminology, (pp. 143-162). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2016), Submission to NSW Department of Justice regarding the Discussion Paper, "The sharing of intimate images without consent - 'revenge porn'". [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T., Crofts, T. (2016). The Legal Framework of the Criminal Law. In P. Crofts, T. Crofts, S. Gray, T. Kitchengast, B. Naylor, S.Tudor (Eds.), Waller & Williams Criminal Law Text and Cases, 13th Edition, (pp. 27-98). Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). The limits of criminal law and justice: 'revenge porn' criminalisation, hybrid responses, and the ideal victim. UNISA Student Law Review, 2, 96-101.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). Victims and the Criminal Trial. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2016). Victims' rights and the right to review: A corollary of the victim's pre-trial rights to justice. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 5(4), 103-115. [More Information]
  • Crofts, P., Crofts, T., Gray, S., Kirchengast, T., Naylor, B., Tudor, S. (2016). Waller & Williams Criminal Law Text and Cases, 13th Edition. Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.

2015

  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T., Flynn, A. (2015). Digital Technologies and Revenge Pornography. Cybercrime Studies Centre Seminar Series: John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY, USA: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2015). Enforceable rights for victims of crime: Shifting the state/offender paradigm in adversarial systems of criminal law and justice. Pandora's Box, , 25-36.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2015), Public Submission to the Victorian Law Reform Commission regarding Consultation Paper, "The Role of Victims of Crime in the Criminal Trial Process". [More Information]
  • Flynn, A., Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2015). Revenge Porn, Victims, and Prosecutorial Charging Decisions: The Australian Experience. 71st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology (ASC) 2015: The Politics of Crime & Justice, Washington, DC, USA: Presentation.
  • Flynn, A., Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2015). Revenge Pornography Harms and Legal Interventions: An Australian Reflection. School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University 2015, Newark, NJ, USA: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2015). Victim's Rights and the Right to Review. Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: 3rd International Conference 2015, Brisbane, Qld, Australia: Presentation.

2014

  • Findlay, L., Kirchengast, T. (2014). Criminal Law in Australia. Chatswood: Butterworths.
  • Crofts, T., Kirchengast, T. (2014). DIY Rainbow Crossings: Graffiti, Deviance, Resistance, Protest. Queer Criminologies Symposium 2014, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2014). Final Report - Executive Summary: Participation of Victims of Crime in New South Wales Court Processes, (pp. 1 - 105). Australia: Victims Services, Department of Justice.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2014). Participation of Victims of Crime in New South Wales Court Processes: Final Report - Full Report, (pp. 1 - 312). Sydney, Australia: Victims Services, Department of Justice.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2014). Participation of Victims of Crime in NSW Court Processes: Summary Information Sheet, (pp. 1 - 4). Australia: Victims Services, Department of Justice.

2013

  • Kirchengast, T. (2013). Beyond normative constraints: Declining institutionalism and the emergence of substantive and procedural justice. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 41(4), 292-302. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2013). Beyond normative constraints: Declining institutionalism and the emergence of substantive and procedural justice. 6th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2012, Hobart, Tasmania: University of Tasmania.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2013). Victim lawyers, victim advocates, and the adversarial criminal trial. New Criminal Law Review, 16(4), 568-594. [More Information]

2011

  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). Les victimes comme parties prenantes d'un proces penal de type accusatoire. Criminologie, 44(2), 99-123. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). Problem solving justice and the adversarial paradigm. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Townsville, Queensland: James Cook University.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). The landscape of victim rights in Australian homicide cases-lessons from the international experience. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 31(1), 133-163. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2011). Victims and the police. In P. Birch, V. Herrington (Eds.), Policing in Practice, (pp. 49-66). South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

2010

  • Kirchengast, T. (2010). Proportionality in Sentencing and the Restorative Justice Paradigm: 'Just Deserts' for Victims and Defendants Alike? Criminal Law and Philosophy, 4(2), 197-213. [More Information]
  • Kirchengast, T. (2010). Recent Reforms to Victim's Rights and the Emerging "Normative Theory of the Criminal Trial". Criminal Law Quarterly, 56(1&2), 82-115.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2010). The Criminal Trial in Law and Discourse. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

2009

  • Kirchengast, T. (2009). Criminal Injuries Compensation, Victim Assistance and Restoration in Australian Sentencing Law. International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing, 5(3), 96-119.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2009). Integrating restorative approaches in victims' compensation and assistance. 3rd Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Melbourne, Australia: Monash University.

2008

  • Kirchengast, T. (2008). Expressing a Justiciable Role for Family Victims in NSW Homicide Cases. eLaw Journal: Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, 15(2), 159-167.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2008). Sentencing Law and the 'Emotional Catharsis' of Victim Rights in New South Wales Homicide Cases. Sydney Law Review, 30(4), 615-637.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2008). The Purification of Torts, the Consolidation of Criminal Law and the Decline of Victim Power. University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review, 10, 83-114.

2007

  • Kirchengast, T. (2007). Integrating the Victim of Crime into NSW Homicide Cases. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 7(2), 279-294.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2007). Victim Influence, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Sentencing Law in the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal. Flinders Journal of Law Reform, 10(1), 143-159.

2006

  • Kirchengast, T. (2006). Recent Developments for Victims of Crime in the NSW Justice System: The Case of Victim Impact Statements. James Cook University Law Review, 13, 125-154.
  • Kirchengast, T. (2006). The Victim in Criminal Law and Justice. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]

2005

  • Kirchengast, T. (2005). Victim Impact Statements and the Previtera Rule: Delimiting the Voice and Representation of Family Victims in NSW Homicide Cases. University of Tasmania Law Review, 24(2), 23-47.

2001

  • Kirchengast, T. (2001). The integration of victim lawyers into the adversarial criminal trial. 4th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Institute of Criminology.

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