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Black, Peter (2011) Elections 2.0 : reflections on the 2010 federal election and the future of Australian electoral law. Alternative Law Journal, 36(3), pp. 149-152.
Deagon, Alex (2017) Defining the interface of freedom and discrimination: Exercising religion, democracy and same-sex marriage. International Trade and Business Law Review, 20.
Duffy, James (2009) Toothless tiger, sleeping dragon : implied freedoms, internet filters and the growing culture of internet censorship in Australia. eLaw Journal, 16(2), pp. 91-105.
Fitzgerald, Brian F. (1993) Ultra Vires as an Unjust Factor in the Law of Unjust Enrichment. Griffith Law Review, 2(1).
Fitzgerald, Brian F. (1995) Unjust enrichment as a principle of Australian constitutionalism. [Working Paper] (Unpublished)
Lewis, Bridget (2013) Environmental constitutional reform in the developing world : shifting the perspective of international law? In Maguire, Rowena, Lewis, Bridget, & Sampford, Charles (Eds.) Shifting Global Powers and International Law : Challenges and Opportunities. Routledge, London, New York, pp. 193-206.
Maley, William, Sampford, Charles, & Thakur, Ramesh (2003) Introduction. In Maley, William, Sampford, Charles, & Thakur, Ramesh (Eds.) From Civil Strife to Civil Society. United Nations University Press, Japan, Tokyo.
Pyke, John R. (2013) Constitutional Law. Law Principles and Practice. Palgrave Macmillan, Melbourne Victoria.
Pyke, John R. (2001) Globalisation - The Bane of Popular Sovereignty? In Sampford, Charles J. & Round, Tom (Eds.) Beyond the republic: meeting the global challenges to constitutionalism. Federation Press, Leichhardt, N.S.W., pp. 205-214.
Pyke, John R. (1999) Let's Leave Hysteria to the Monarchists. In Uhr, John (Ed.) The Australian Republic: The Case for Yes. Federation Press, Leichhardt (Sydney), pp. 78-89.
Pyke, John R. (1992) Submission on rights and freedoms, in Electoral and Administrative Commission (Queensland), Review of the Preservation and Enhancement of Individuals' Rights and Freedoms, Public Submissions, Vol. 3, Submission 130. Review of the Preservation and Enhancement of Individuals Rights and Freedoms, Public Submissions.
Pyke, John R. (2006) Submission to Australian Law Reform Commission's Review of Sedition Laws (and brief response to their Discussion Paper 71 on that topic). (Unpublished)
Pyke, John R. (2004) Submission to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee's Inquiry into an Australian Republic.
Pyke, John R. (2011) Submission to expert panel on constitutional recognition of Indigenous people. Submission #3101.
Pyke, John R. (2004) Submission, to Prime Minister's Consultative Group on Constitutional Change, on proposals to amend the section of the Commonwealth Constitution dealing with the resolution of deadlocks. (Unpublished)
Pyke, John R. (2003) Too Much One-man Rule and Too Many Symbols Of It! Courier-Mail.
Rimmer, Matthew (2016) Change the mascot: The Washington Redskins, offensive trade marks, freedom of speech and racism in sport. Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin.
Sampford, Charles & Palmer, Margret (2009) The constitutional power to make war: domestic legal issues raised by Australia's action in Iraq. Griffith Law Review: A Journal of Social and Critical Legal Studies, 18(2), pp. 350-384.
Suzor, Nicolas P. & Fitzgerald, Brian F. (2011) The legitimacy of graduated response schemes in copyright law. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34(1), pp. 1-40.
Then, Shih-Ning & Appleby, Gabrielle (2010) Tissue transplantation from children : difficulties in navigating state and federal systems. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 33(2), pp. 305-336.
Turnour, Matthew D. & Turnour, Elizabeth (2012) Archimedes, aid/watch, constitutional levers and where we now stand. In Defining Taxing and Regulating Not For Profits in the 21st Century, 19 July 2012, Melbourne University, VIC. (Unpublished)
Wood, Suzannah & Suzor, Nicolas (2014) Baidu’s perfect paradox : free speech and the right to censor. The Conversation.