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Hamilton, Barbara & Cockburn, Tina (2014) Laying equitable claims to rest : key concerns in estate litigation post death. Proctor, 34(4), pp. 20-22.
Hamilton, Barbara & Cockburn, Tina (2014) Equity in Australian estate litigation. Trusts and Trustees, 20(5), pp. 437-451.
Cockburn, Tina & Hamilton, Barbara (2013) Assisting a suicide : potential succession law consequences. The Queensland Lawyer, 33, pp. 67-74.
Hamilton, Barbara & Cockburn, Tina (2012) Fatal flaws : the risks for beneficiaries who assist a suicide. Proctor, 32(8), pp. 18-21.
Cockburn, Tina & Hamilton, Barbara (2012) Assisted suicide where the "assistor" is a beneficiary under the deceased's will and/or attorney under a power of attorney granted by the deceased : what are the potential consequences? Retirement and Estate Planning Bulletin, 15(2), pp. 11-14.
Cockburn, Tina & Hamilton, Barbara (2011) Equitable remedies for elder financial abuse in inter vivos transactions. The Queensland Lawyer, 31(2).
Hamilton, Barbara & Cockburn, Tina (2011) Sale of property gifted under a will by an attorney acting under an enduring power of attorney : does the gift adeem and what is the attorney's duty? Retirement and Estate Planning Bulletin, 13(9), pp. 417-421.
Cockburn, Tina & Hamilton, Barbara (2009) Civil and professional liability for will making and estate planning- a new standard for Australian solicitors? Waikato Law Review, 17(1), pp. 52-73.
Cockburn, Tina & Hamilton, Barbara (2008) Solicitors taking substantial gifts under wills: Probate doctrines, professional regulation and the application of equitable doctrines. Journal of Equity, 2(2), pp. 117-142.
Hamilton, Barbara (2007) The doctrine of unconscionable bargains in equity: potent sword for estate lawyers'. Queensland Lawyer, 27(4), pp. 180-187.
Hamilton, Barbara J. (2006) Be nice to your parents : or else! Elder Law Review, 4, pp. 1-21.
Hamilton, Barbara (2005) Vigolo v Bostin: is the concept of 'moral duty' still relevant to a family provision application? Queensland Lawyer, 26(1), pp. 22-28.
Hamilton, Barbara & Sheehy, Elizabeth (2004) Thrice punished : battered women, criminal law and disinheritance. Southern Cross University Law Review, 8, pp. 96-130.
Hamilton, Barbara (2001) Getting Them Early: Teaching a Critical Perspective on Legal Ethics and Adversarialism in an Introductory LLB Unit at the Queensland University of Technology. Legal Education Review, pp. 105-129.
Hamilton, Barbara (2001) The Law Council of Australia Policy 2001 on the Process of Judicial Appointments: Any Good News for Future Female Judicial Appointees? QUT Law and Justice Journal, pp. 223-240.