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A Black (2008) Accommodating Shariah Law in Australia's Legal System. Alternative Law Journal, 33 4: 214-219. 500  
Black, E. A. (2002) ADR in Brunei Darussalam: the meeting of three traditions. The ADR Bulletin, 4 8: 107-109. 68  
Black, E. A. (2002) Alternative dispute resolution in Brunei Darussalam: The blending of imported and traditional processes. Bond Law Review, 13 2: 305-334. 80  
Black, E. A. (2004) Beyond myths and misunderstanding: What consent to sexual acts really means. The Verdict, Spring 2004 7: 6-8. 53  
Black, E. A. (1999) Book Review: Ford's principles of corporations law. International Trade & Business Law Annual, 4 4: 313-314. 80  
Black, E. A. (2002) Brunei in Kritzer, Herbert M. (eds.) Legal Systems of the World, Volume 1. 2 USA: ABC Clio 40  
Black, E. Ann (2011). Brunei Darussalam: Ideology and law in a Malay sultanate. In E. Ann Black and Gary F. Bell (Ed.), Law and Legal Institutions of Asia: Traditions, adaptions and innovations (pp. 299-339) Port Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Cambridge University Press. 208 4
Black, Ann (2014). Can there be a compromise? Australia's state of confusion regarding shari'a family law. In Elisa Giunchi (Ed.), Muslim family law in Western courts (pp. 149-167) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. 58 5
Black, Elizabeth A. (2007) Constitution of Brunei Darussalam in Gerhard Robbers (eds.) Encyclopedia of world constitutions. New York, U. S. A.: Facts on File 135  
Black, Elizabeth A. (2007) Constitution of East Timor in Gerhard Robbers (eds.) Encyclopedia of world constitutions. New York, U. S. A.: Facts on File 52  
Black, Ann (2012) Court ceremonies, ritual and symbolism: how islamic law and common law are conceptualised and apply to an unlawful killing. Griffith Law Review, 21 2: 500-533. 107 2
Black, E. A. (2005). Criminal Law. In Clive Turner (Ed.), Australian Commercial Law 25th ed. (pp. 952-969) Pyrmont NSW: Lawbook Company. 65  
Black, E.A (2008). Criminal law. In Clive Turner (Ed.), Australian Commercial Law 27th ed. (pp. 836-854) Sydney: Lawbook Co.. 48  
Black, E. A. (2006). Criminal Law. In Clive Turner (Ed.), Australian Commercial Law 26th ed. (pp. 826-837) Sydney, Australia: Thomson Lawbook Company. 50  
Black, E. A. (1999). Cross-cultural dimensions in student perceptions of teaching of law. In: Topwards the 21st Century: Law in the Asia Pacific. 16th Biennial Lawasia Conference, Hotel Lotte, Seoul, Korea, (1-11). 7-11 September, 1999. 31  
Black, E. A. (2002). Dispute Resolution in Brunei Darussalam: the blending of acquired ideas with tradition Professional Doctorate, , Bond University. 47  
Black, Elizabeth A. (2007) Double Jeopardy: Why Several Common Law Countries Are Tinkering with One of the Laws Most Treasured Precepts. NJA Law Journal, 1 1: 121-144. 216  
Sadiq, Kerrie and Black, Ann (2012) Embracing Sharia-compliant products through regulatory amendment to achieve parity of treatment. Sydney Law Review, 34 1: 189-211. 70 3
Black, E. A. (2007). Encountering Shariah Law. In: Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA), Brisbane, (). 13 August 2007. 76  
Black, Elizabeth A. (2009) Fatwas and surgery: How and why a fatwa may inform a Muslim patient's surgical options. ANZ JOURNAL OF SURGERY, 79 12: 866-871. doi:10.1111/j.1445-2197.2009.05135.x 38   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Black, Ann and Hosen, Nadirsyah (2009) Fatwas: Their role in contemporary secular Australia. Griffith Law Review, 18 2: 405-427. 91 1
Ann Black (2009). Finding the Equilibrium for Dispute Resolution: How Brunei Darussalam Balances a British Legacy with Its Malay and Islamic Identity. In Joseph Liow and Nadirsyah Hosen (Ed.), Islam in Southeast Asia 1st ed. (pp. 185-214) New York: Routledge. 61  
Black, Ann (2003) Finding the equilibrium for dispute resolution: How Brunei Darussalam balances a British legacy with its Malay and Islamic identity. International Trade & Business Law Annual, 8 185-214. 60  
Black, Elizabeth A. (2008) Finding the Role for Shari'a Law in Post- Reformasi Indonesia. Lawasia Journal, 2008 165-180. 43  
Black, E. A. (2007). Giving limited recognition to Shariah Law in Australia: An appraisal. In: 20th Biennial LawAsia Conference. 20th Biennial LawAsia Conference, Hong Kong, (). 5-8 June 2007. 72  
Black, Ann and Sadiq, Kerrie (2011) Good and bad Sharia: Australia's mixed response to Islamic law. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34 1: 383-412. 394 4
Black, Ann (2008) Ideology and Law: The Impact of the MIB Ideology on Law and Dispute Resolution in the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam. Asian Journal of Comparative Law, 3 1: 1-41. 107  
Black, Ann (2010). Informed by ideology: A review of the court reforms in Brunei Darussalam. In Andrew Harding and Penelope (Pip) Nicholson (Ed.), New courts in Asia (pp. 327-349) London, U.K.; New York, U.S.A.: Routledge. 58 4
Black, Ann (2007). Informed by ideology: A review of the court reforms in Brunei Darussalam. In: Proceedings of: New Courts in the Asia-Pacific Region Conference. New Courts in the Asia-Pacific Region Conference, Victoria, Canada, (not found-not found). 13-15 July 2007. 127  
Black, E.A. (2005) International Law and Religion: Survival or Extinction? Aministic Dispute Resolution in the Sultante of Brunei. Willamette Journal of International Law & Dispute Resolution, 13 1: 1-25. 71  
Black, Ann (2010). In the shadow of our legal system: Shari'a in Australia. In Rex Ahdar and Nicholas Aroney (Ed.), Shari'a in the West (pp. 239-254) Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press. 91 4
Black, E. A. (2004) Islamic Law. The Verdict, Summer 2004 8: 18-21. 40  
Black, Ann (2004) Islam: Its law and society. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 23 1: 265-267. 65  
Black, Ann (2006). Islamization, modernity and the re-positioning of women in Brunei. In Amanda Whiting and Carolyn Evans (Ed.), Mixed blessings: Law, religions, and women's rights in the Asia-pacific region (pp. 211-239) Leiden, Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff Publisher. 133 4
Black, E.A. (2005) Law, Medicine, Politics and the Media: Unravelling the Dr Death Inquiry. The Verdict, 11 15-20. 41  
Black, Elizabeth Ann (2012). Legal pluralism 'Down Under'. In: LAWASIA Secretariat, 4th LAWASIA Family Law Conference Proceedings: The New Global Family. 4th LAWASIA Family Law Conference, Penang, Malaysia, (). 13-14 July 2012. 29  
Black, Ann (2010) Legal recognition of Sharia Law: Is this the right direction for Australian family matters?. Family Matters, 84 64-69. 64 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Black, Elizabeth A. Legal Solutions and Resources Manual 4th ed. ed. Indooroopilly, Brisbane: Legal Eagle Publications, 2003. 35  
Woodgate, R., Black, E. A., Biggs, J. and Owens, D. Legal Studies for Queensland 3rd ed. Indooroopilly, QLD: Legal Eagle Publications, 2002. 850  
Black, Elizabeth A., R Woodgate, J Biggs and D Owens Legal Studies for Queensland Vol 1 5th ed. Brisbane: Legal Eagles publications, 2008. 1208  
Black, Ann (2012). Lessons from Singapore: an evaluation of the Singapore model of legal pluralism. Working paper series 026, Asian Law Institute (ASLI). 74  
Black, Elizabeth Ann, Esmaeili, Hossein and Hosen, Nadirsyah Modern perspectives on Islamic Law. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2013. doi:10.4337/9780857934475 93 16 0
Black, Elizabeth A. (2008). Muftis and Fatawa, Qadis and Qada. In: Supreme Court of Queensland Judge's Conference 2008. Supreme Court of Queensland Judge's Conference 2008, Customs House Brisbane, (). 11th August 2008. 61  
Black, E. A. (1999) Negotiating with the Chinese. International Trade & Business Law Annual, 4 303-304. 28  
Black, Ann (2012) Replicating a 'model of mutual respect': could Singapore's legal pluralism work in Australia?. Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 65 65-102. 87 4
Black, Ann and Hussain, Jamila (2006) Responding to the challenge of multiculturalism: Islamic law courses in law school curricula in Australasia. The Flinders Journal of Law Reform, 9 2: 205-226. 74  
Black, Ann (2003) Spotlight on Double Jeopardy. The Verdict, 2: 3-5. 61  
Black, E. A. (1999). Testing the Water: Reflecting on a Trial of Assessable Group Work for First Year Law Students. In: Effective Courses/Effective Teaching at University. Teaching & Education Development Institute Cong., Women's College,The University of Queensland, (). 1st to 2nd November, 1999. 35  
Black, E A and Seop, (2006) The Blind Masseurs' Case. Lawasia Journal, 2006 249-256. 53  
Black, Ann (2009) 'The Stronger Rule of the More Enlightened European': The consequences of colonialism on Dispute Resolution in the Sultanate of Brunei. Legal History, 13 1: 93-122. 44  

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