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Corones, Stephen G., Stobbs, Nigel, & Thomas, Mark (2014) Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics in Queensland [2nd Ed.]. Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia, Australia.
Corones, Stephen, Stobbs, Nigel, & Thomas, Mark (2008) Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics. Lawbook Co., Australia.
Corones, Stephen, Stobbs, Nigel, & Thomas, Mark (2008) Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics in Queensland. Lawbook Co., Australia.
Hayes, Sharon L., Lauchs, Mark A., & Stobbs, Nigel (Eds.) (2006) Social Ethics for Legal and Justice Professionals. Pearson Education Australia, Sydney.
Stobbs, Nigel (2008) Australia. In Winterdyk, John & Antonopoulos, Georgios (Eds.) Racist Victimisation : International Reflections and Perspectives. Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 19-41.
Stobbs, Nigel (2008) Police power and duties. In Broadhurst, Roderic & Davies, Sara (Eds.) Policing in Context : An Introduction to Police Work in Australia. Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand, South Melbourne, Vic.
Stobbs, Nigel (2006) The Adversarial Court System - Is it fair? In Hayes, Sharon, Stobbs, Nigel, & Lauchs, Mark (Eds.) Social Ethics for Legal and Justice Professionals. Pearson Education, Sydney, pp. 59-70.
Stobbs, Nigel, Kleinau, Lisa, & Kolstad, Shelley (2014) ‘Structuring’ judicial sentencing discretion : consistency, guidance or pandering to the punitive? Alternative Law Journal, 39(2), pp. 156-158.
Stobbs, Nigel (2014) Duty to the court and the administration of justice : some examples, implications and clarifications. Precedent: Journal of the Australian Lawyers’ Alliance, 123, pp. 16-20.
Stobbs, Nigel (2014) Maintaining the ethic of service [Editorial]. Precedent, 123, p. 2.
Stobbs, Nigel, Mackenzie, Geraldine, & Gelb, Karen (2014) Sentencing and public confidence in Australia : the dynamics and foci of small group deliberations. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology. (In Press)
Mackenzie, Geraldine Isabel, Stobbs, Nigel, Ferguson, Claire, & Gelb, Karen (2014) Measuring the effects of small group deliberation on public attitudes towards sentencing : benefits and challenges. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 25(3), pp. 745-761.
Stobbs, Nigel (2013) Restorative justice : making amends, repairing relationships and healing. Precedent, pp. 45-48.
Mackenzie, Geraldine Isabel, Spiranovic, Caroline, Warner, Kate, Stobbs, Nigel, Gelb, Karen, Indermaur, David, et al. (2012) Sentencing and public confidence : results from a national Australian survey on public opinions towards sentencing. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(1), pp. 45-65.
Stobbs, Nigel (2011) The nature of juristic paradigms : exploring the theoretical and conceptual relationship between adversarialism and therapeutic jurisprudence. Washington University Jurisprudence Review, 4(1), pp. 97-150.
Stobbs, Nigel & Mackenzie, Geraldine (2009) Evaluating the performance of Indigenous sentencing courts. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 13(2), pp. 90-105.
Stobbs, Nigel (2007) An adversarial quagmire : the continued inability of the Queensland criminal justice system to cater for Indigenous witnesses and complainants. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6(30), pp. 15-18.
Stobbs, Nigel (2006) Lockhart Review into human cloning and research involving human embryos – closing the gap? Queensland Lawyer, 26, pp. 247-251.
Stobbs, Nigel (2006) I love a sunburnt country, but I prefer 'my' flag intact : is burning the Australian flag illegal, can they make it illegal? Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6(17), pp. 20-23.
Stobbs, Nigel (2005) What Can We Do You For? Naïve Conceptions of the Value of Indigenous Culture and Communities. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6(10), pp. 18-20.
Stobbs, Nigel (2005) How to be selfish and political without really trying - time for a paradigm shift in the resolution of disputes within Queensland's not-for-profit associations. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 5(2), pp. 160-176.
Stobbs, Nigel (2013) Mainstreaming therapeutic jurisprudence and the adversarial paradigm—incommensurability and the possibility of a shared disciplinary matrix. PhD thesis, Bond University.