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James, Nickolas & Field, Rachael (2013) The New Lawyer. John Wiley and Sons Australia, Milton, Qld.
Bates, Lyndel J. (2010) Parliamentary committees are important in developing policy: evidence from a Queensland case study. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 25(2), pp. 14-26.
Fitzgerald, Brian F., Foong, Cheryl, & Tucker, Megan (2012) Web 2.0, social networking and the courts. Australian Bar Review, 35(3), pp. 281-301.
Hayes, Sharon & Hayes, Hennesay (2008) Developing ethical identities in young offenders through restorative justice practice in Australia. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 8(2), pp. 380-391.
Hutchinson, Terry C. & Smandych, Russell (2005) Juvenile justice in Queensland and Canada : new legislation reflecting new directions. Australasian Canadian Studies, 22(2), pp. 101-148.
Kiel-Chisholm, Scott D. (2014) In conversation with the Honourable Ian Callinan AC. Intellectual Property Forum, 2014(97), pp. 7-15.
Thomas, Mark & Cradduck, Lucy (2013) The art of mooting : mooting and the cognitive domain. International Journal of the Legal Profession, 20(2), pp. 223-237.
Willmott, Lindy, White, Ben, Smith, Malcolm K., & Wilkinson, Dominic J. C. (2014) Withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining treatment in a patient's best interests : Australian judicial deliberations. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(9), pp. 545-547.
Atkinson, Roslyn, Tan, Roger, de Plevitz, Loretta, Johnston, Felicia, & Woods, Daniel (2009) Dire Straits: A report on the rule of law in Fiji. International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), United Kingdom.
Stobbs, Nigel (2013) Mainstreaming therapeutic jurisprudence and the adversarial paradigm—incommensurability and the possibility of a shared disciplinary matrix. PhD thesis, Bond University.
White, Benjamin P. (2005) Consultation, commissions and context : a comparative study of the Law Commission and the Australian Law Reform Commission. PhD thesis, University of Oxford.