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Book Chapter

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.

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.

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.

Journal Article

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.

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.
Number of citations in Scopus 1

Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2010) Federalism and tax bonuses: Reflections in the Australian context. Common Law World Review, 39(4), pp. 379-418.

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.

Guy, Scott & Hocking, Barbara (2008) Migration Act and the constitutionality of privative clauses. Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 16(1), pp. 21-44.

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, 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.

McCallum, Hamish & Hocking, Barbara A. (2005) Reflecting on ethical and legal issues in wildlife disease. Bioethics, 19(4), pp. 336-347.
Number of full-text downloads 526
Number of citations in Scopus 12
Number of citations in Web of ScienceĀ® 12

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.

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.

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. (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.

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. & Smith, Alison (1996) The Potential of the Law of Torts to Assist in the Protection of Children. eLaw Journal, 3(1).

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