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Rimmer, Matthew (Ed.) (2015) Indigenous Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research. Research Handbooks in Intellectual Property. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, Mass.
Rimmer, Matthew & McLennan, Alison (Eds.) (2012) Intellectual property and emerging technologies: The new biology. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K.; Northampton, Mass.
Burns, Marcelle J. (2013) Shifting global power and shifting state power. In Maguire, Rowena, Lewis, Bridget, & Sampford, Charles (Eds.) Shifting Global Powers and International Law : Challenges and Opportunities. Routledge, New York, London, pp. 154-170.
Chalmers, Gordon (2007) Aboriginal Knowledges in the Australian Market Place: different issue, same story. In Kapitzke, Cushla & Peters, Michael (Eds.) Global Knowledge Cultures. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam.
Chalmers, Gordon (2005) The Repercussions of Representation. In Introductory Indigenous Studies in Education: The Importance of Knowing. Pearson Education Australia, Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.
Mackinlay, Elizabeth & Chalmers, Gordon (2014) Remembrances and Relationships: Rethinking Collaboration in Ethnomusicology as Ethical and Decolonising Practice. In Barney, Katelyn (Ed.) Collaborative Ethnomusicology: new approaches to music research between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Lyrebird Press.
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (2007) Epistemic violence : the hidden injuries of whiteness in Australian postcolonising borderlands. In Petrilli, Susan (Ed.) White matters / Il bianco in questione. Meltemi, Roma, pp. 299-312.
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (2007) Introduction. In Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (Ed.) Sovereign Subjects : Indigenous Sovereignty Matters. Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, N.S.W., pp. 1-11.
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (2007) The Possessive Logic of Patriarchal White Sovereignty: The High Court and the Yorta Yorta Decision. In Riggs, Damien W. (Ed.) Taking up the challenge : critical race and whiteness studies in a postcolonising nation. Crawford House Publishing, Belair, SA, pp. 110-124.
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (2007) Writing off Indigenous sovereignty : the discourse of security and patriarchal white sovereignty. In Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (Ed.) Sovereign subjects : indigenous sovereignty matters. Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, N.S.W., pp. 86-102.
Rimmer, Matthew (2015) The legacy of David Unaipon. In Rimmer, Matthew (Ed.) Indigenous Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (Mass.), xxi-xxvii.
Broadhurst, Roderic G. (1999) Crime, Justice and Indigenous Peoples: The New Justice and Settler States. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 32(3), pp. 105-108.
Burns, Marcelle J. (2009) Book Review: Larissa Behrendt, Chris Cuneen and Terri Libesman, Indigenous Legal Relations in Australia (Oxford University Press, Melbourne 2009) 376pp. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 9(1), pp. 101-104.
Burns, Marcelle J. (2011) Challenging the assumptions of positivism : an analysis of the concept of society in Sampi on behalf of the Bardi and Jawi people v Western Australia  and Bodney v Bennell . Land, Rights, Laws : Issues of Native Title, 4(7), pp. 1-16.
Burns, Marcelle J. (2011) Closing the gap between policy and 'Law' : Indigenous homelands and a working future. Law in Context, 27(2), pp. 114-134.
Burns, Marcelle J. (2013) Towards growing Indigenous culturally competent legal professionals in Australia. The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 12(1), pp. 226-248.
Burns, Marcelle J. (2008) The unfinished business of the apology: Senate rejects Stolen Generation Compensation Bill 2008 (Cth). Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7(8), pp. 10-14.
Chalmers, Gordon (2013) Indigenous as not-Indigenous' as Us'?: A dissident insider's views on pushing the bounds for what constitutes 'our mob'. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 17(2), pp. 47-55.
Chalmers, Gordon (2014) The con-stitutional re-cognition (s)cam-pain: The campaign for the hidden recognition of first nations peoples' racial inferiority. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 8(15), pp. 27-30.
Hart, Victor G., Thompson, Lester J., & Stedman, Terry (2008) The Indigenous Experience of Australian Civil Society: Making Sense of Historic and Contemporary Institutions. Social Alternatives, 27(1), pp. 52-57.
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. & Tatten, R (1991) Queensland Aboriginal Land Act : an illusion floating on rhetoric. Aboriginal Law Bulletin, 2(50), pp. 13-16.
Rimmer, Matthew (1998) Four stories about copyright law and appropriation art. Media and Arts Law Review, 3(4), pp. 180-193.
Smyth, Colleen (2011) Special Measures in Indigenous Welfare Reform: Examining the Cape York Trial. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7(27), pp. 12-19.
Stobbs, Nigel (2005) What Can We Do You For? Naļve Conceptions of the Value of Indigenous Culture and Communities. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6(10), pp. 18-20.
de Plevitz, Loretta (2010) Binang gurri: turning a deaf ear to indigenous hearing loss. Australian indigenous health bulletin, 10(3), pp. 1-13.
de Plevitz, Loretta (2008) Commitment and deterrence: can Australia's anti-discrimination legislation achieve racial equality for Indigenous peoples? Ngiya: Talk the Law, 2, pp. 62-75.
de Plevitz, Loretta (2007) Testing the Social Justice Goals of Education: A Role for Anti-discrimination Law. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 36(Supple), pp. 98-107.
de Plevitz, Loretta & Loban, Heron (2009) Access to information on civil law for remote and rural indigenous peoples. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7(15), pp. 22-25.
de Plevitz, Loretta R. (2007) Systemic racism: the hidden barrier to educational success for Indigenous school students. Australian Journal of Education, 51(1), pp. 54-71.
de Plevitz, Loretta R. & Croft, Larry (2003) Aboriginality under the microscope: The biological descent test in Australian law. QUT Law and Justice Journal, 3(1), pp. 104-120.
Anleu, Sharon & Mack, Kathy (2005) Courts and social change: A view from the magistrates courts. In Social Change in the 21st Century, 28 October, 2005, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane.
Jeffries, Samantha & Bond, Christine (2008) Indigenous status and sentencing : tentative theoretical explanations for disparity. In Majoribanks, T., Barraket, J., Chang, J.S., Dawson, A., Guillemin, M., Henry-Waring, M., et al. (Eds.) The annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association 2008: Re-imagining Sociology, 2-5 December 2008, The University of Melbourne.
de Plevitz, Loretta (2008) Qui peut-on appeler aborigene? Les tests d'identite dans la loi Australienne / Who is Aboriginal? Tests of indigenous identity in Australian law. In Angleviel, F, Carter, D, Nedeljkovic, M, Votrain, K, & Wapp, E (Eds.) Proceedings of Concilliation et Reconciliation: Strategies dans le Pacifique / Proceedings of Conciliation and reconciliation: strategies in the Pacific, 7 - 8 December 2006, France, Le Havre.
Higgs, Peter L. (2005) The Future of Documentary Production In Australia: Coming Ready or Not! Content Strategies Pty Limited.
Rimmer, Matthew (2001) The Pirate Bazaar: The Social Life of Copyright Law. PhD thesis, The Faculty of Law, The University of New South Wales.
Pyke, John R. (2011) Submission to expert panel on constitutional recognition of Indigenous people. Submission #3101.