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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.
Chalmers, Gordon (2016) De-race to E-race: Exploring possibilities for a cautious post-race agenda in Australia. In Kushal, Schweta & Dada, Anum (Eds.) Whiteness Interrogated. Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, pp. 3-11.
Deagon, Alex (2017) Defining the interface of freedom and discrimination: Exercising religion, democracy and same-sex marriage. International Trade and Business Law Review, 20.
Deagon, Alex (2015) On the symbiosis of law and truth in Christian theology: Reconciling universal and particular through the Pauline law of love. Griffith Law Review, 23(4), pp. 589-611.
Dickson, Elizabeth (2012) A communitarian theory of the education rights of students with disabilities. Educational Philosophy And Theory, 44(10), pp. 1093-1109.
Gagnon, Jean-Paul (2010) Post-colonial law : legal establishments from past empires are illegitimate. [Working Paper] (Submitted (not yet accepted for publication))
Ho, Daniel, Lau, Alex, & Young, Angus (2010) Do Chinese traditional values matter in regulating China’s company directors? Preliminary findings from surveys in Hong Kong. Company Lawyer, 31(10), pp. 338-339.
Kift, Sally M. (2003) A legal process or a justice system? Sex offences in Queensland - still seeking justice. Alternative Law Journal, 28(6), pp. 292-296.
Lau, Alex & Young, Angus (2009) In search of Chinese jurisprudence : does Chinese legal tradition have a place in China's future? International Company and Commercial Law Review, 20(5), pp. 155-164.
Leiboff, Marett (2007) Creative practice and the law. Lawbook Co., Rozelle, N.S.W..
Leiboff, Marett (2007) Law's empiricism of the object: how law recreates cultural objects in its own image. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 27, pp. 23-50.
Leiboff, Marett & Thomas, Mark (2014) Legal Theories : Contexts and Practices [2nd ed.]. Thomson Reuters, Sydney, NSW.
Leiboff, Marett & Thomas, Mark N. (2004) Legal theories in principle. Lawbook Co., Australia, News South Wales, Pyrmont.
Lewis, Bridget (2011) The right to be green: using human rights law to achieve environmental protection. In Earth Jurisprudence : Building Theory and Practice : Australia’s Third Wild Law Conference , 16-18 September, 2011, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)
Mathews, Benjamin P. & Bross, Donald C. (2008) Does the Protection of Children’s Rights to Safety Require a System of Mandatory Reporting of Abuse and Neglect? An Argument. In XVIIth ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, September 7-10 2008, Hong Kong.
McGregor-Lowndes, Myles & Turnour, Matthew D. (2011) Options for the development of the New Zealand Law of Charities. [Working Paper] (Unpublished)
Sampford, Charles (2006) Retrospectivity and the rule of law. Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, Oxford.
Stobbs, Nigel (2013) Mainstreaming therapeutic jurisprudence and the adversarial paradigm—incommensurability and the possibility of a shared disciplinary matrix. PhD thesis, Bond University.
Thomas, Mark Nicholas Bernard (2011) The rules of autogeddon : sex death and law in J G Ballard’s Crash. Griffith Law Review, 20(2), pp. 333-361.
Wolff, Leon (2012) Should law look east? Journal of Civil and Legal Sciences, 1(1), 1000e101.