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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.
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.