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Hocking, Barbara A. & Smith, Alison (1996) The Potential of the Law of Torts to Assist in the Protection of Children. eLaw Journal, 3(1).
Hocking, Barbara (2001) Confronting the Possible Eugenics of the Past Through Modern Pressures for Compensation. Nordic Journal of International Law, pp. 501-512.
Hocking, Barbara A. (2002) Placing Indigenous Rights to Self-Determination in an Ecological Context. Ratio Juris, 15(2), pp. 159-185.
Hocking, Barbara A. (2002) Forensic immunity to negligence actions : continuing challenges for the common law. University of Queensland Law Journal, 22(1), pp. 91-113.
Hocking, Barbara A. & Harvey-Blankenship, Michelle (2002) Genetics as a tool of justice, history and identity. Australasian Canadian Studies, 20, pp. 65-80.
Whiley, David & Hocking, Barbara A. (2003) DNA: Crime, Law and Public Policy. The University of Notre Dame Law Review, 5, pp. 37-53.
Hocking, Barbara A. & Guy, Scott (2004) Contemporary issues in Australian family law: Do we need a more unified and interventionist judicial model. The Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, 2004, pp. 76-95.
Hocking, Barbara A. & MacCallum, Hamish (2004) Expect the unexpected : DNA, guilt and innocence. In Hill, R. & Tait, G. (Eds.) Hard Lessons Reflections on Governance and Crime Control in Late Modernity. Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 97-114.
Guy, Scott, Hocking, Barbara, & Muirhead, Stewart (2004) Legal parameters to medical, ethical and professional responsibilities : are doctors appropriately categorised as fiduciaries. McGill Journal of Medicine, 7(2), pp. 196-201.
McCallum, Hamish & Hocking, Barbara A. (2005) Reflecting on ethical and legal issues in wildlife disease. Bioethics, 19(4), pp. 336-347.
Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2005) The corporations power and the federal industrial relations regulation: the prospects of a successful High Court challenge to the Workplace Relations Work Choices Amendment Act 2005 (Cth). University of Tasmania Law Review, 24(1), pp. 1-46.
Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2006) Times of pestilence: would a bill of rights assist Australian citizens who are quarantined in the event of an avian influenza (bird flu) pandemic? Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 17(3), pp. 451-467.
Hocking, Barbara (2006) A reflection of the nature of the political community? The in-principle agreement as to Canadian residential schools compensation. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 10(1), pp. 89-93.
Guy, Scott, Kariyawsam, Kanchana, & Hocking, Barbara (2007) The philosophical ideals and political orientation of Thomas McCawley: a social democrat or a pragmatist? Bond Law Review, 19(2), pp. 58-101.
Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2008) Dead man working? Critical criminology, human rights and the workplace. In Anthony, T & Cunneen, C (Eds.) The Critical Criminology Companion. Hawkins Press, Australia, New South Wales, Sydney, pp. 191-203.
Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2008) Migration Act and the constitutionality of privative clauses. Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 16(1), pp. 21-44.
Errico, Stephania & Hocking, Barbara A. (2008) Reparations for Indigenous People: International and Comparative Perspectives. In Lenzerini, Federico (Ed.) Reparations for indigenous peoples : international and comparative perspectives. Oxford University Press Inc.
Guy, Scott, Hocking, Barbara, & McKinnon, Tony (2008) Thomas McCawley's tenure on the Queensland Supreme Court and Industrial Court: a political arrangement? Legal History, 12(2), pp. 210-239.
Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2008) Why military matters: Re Colonel Aird; Ex parte Alpert and the 'service connection' test versus the 'service status' test: Competing approaches to the triggering of the defence power. Deakin Law Review, 13(2), pp. 177-207.
Hocking, Barbara & Guy, Scott (2010) Constitutional and human rights disturbances: Australia's privative clauses created both in an immigration context. Human Rights Review, 11(3), pp. 401-431.
Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2010) Federalism and tax bonuses: Reflections in the Australian context. Common Law World Review, 39(4), pp. 379-418.
Hocking, Barbara, Guy, Scott, & Allen, Jason (2010) Three sorries and you're In? Does the Prime Minister's statement in the Australian Federal Parliament presage Federal Constitutional recognition and reparations? Human Rights Review, 11(1), pp. 105-134.
Allen, Jason & Hocking, Barbara (2010) Unlocking the alienation: A comparative role for alien torts legislation in post-colonial reparations claims? Human Rights Review, 11(2), pp. 247-276.
Guy, Scott, Richardson, Kristy, & Hocking, Barbara (2010) The liability of publicans: rejection of the Canadian approach. The Tort Law Review, 18(2), pp. 117-124.
Martin, Fiona, Morse, Brad, & Hocking, Barbara (2011) The taxation exemption of Canadian Indians as governments and individuals: How does this compare with Australia and New Zealand? Common Law World Review, 40(2), pp. 119-143.