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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 390000 Law, Justice and Law Enforcement -> 390100 Law -> 390110 Indigenous Law :

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Nase, V. (2003) ADR and international aviation disputes between states - Part 1. ADR Bulletin, 6 5: 81-87. 75  
Zorn, J. and Corrin Care, J. (2002) Barava Tru: Judicial approaches to the pleading & proof of custom in the South Pacific. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 51 3: 612-639. 338 1
Stephenson, M. A. (2003) Canadian provincial legislative powers and aboriginal rights since Delgamuukw: Can a province infringe aboriginal rights or title?. International Trade and Business Law Annual, V111 May 2003: 57-94. 62  
Jull, Peter (1998). Constitutional Work In Progress: Reconciliation And Renewal In Indigenous Australia And The World: A Background Paper On Indigenous Constitutional Reform Prepared For Indigenous Practitioners Per Indigenous Law Centre, University Of New South Wales, Sydney. 1243 1324
Corrin Care, J. (2001) Customary law in conflict. University of Queensland Law Journal, 21 2: 167-177. 69  
Zorn, J. and Corrin Care, J. (2002) Everything old is new again: The underlying Law Act of Papua New Guinea. Lawasia Journal, 2002: 61-97. 174  
Puri, K. K. (1999). Exploitation of indigenous traditional culture. In: Secretariat, Pacific Community Headquarters and UNESCO, Protection of traditional knowledge and expressions of indigenous cultures in the Pacific Islands. Symposium on the Protection of Taditional Knowledge & Express, Noumea, New Caledonia, (147-157). 15-19 February 1999. 31  
Jull, Peter and Kajlich, Helena (1999). First Peoples, Late Admissions: Recognising Indigenous Rights. In: Beyond The Republic: Modernising the Australian Constitution, Fulbright Symposium, Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, (). September 29 - October 1, 1999. 876 1037
Wulf, P L (2006) Indigenous commercial fishing rights in Queensland: When is commercial traditiional?. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 23 6: 433-447. 72  
Stephenson, M. A. (2007). Individual title v collective title in Australia: Reflections on the North American and New Zealand experiences of Indigenous title to land. In Cooke, E. (Ed.), Modern Studies in Property Law (pp. 295-328) Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. 421 8
Fearon, R., Wulf, P. L. and Baird, R. (2006). International Institutional Arrangements Influencing Australia's Integrated Coastal Management. In Neil Lazarow, Regina Souter, Rob Fearon and Steve Dovers (Ed.), Coastal Management in Australia: Key Institutional and Governance Issues for Coastal Natural Resource Management and Planning 1st ed. (pp. 19-27) Indooroopilly, Brisbane: CRC for Coastal Zone, Estuary & Waterways Management. 76  
Mackinlay, E., Thatcher, K. and Seldon, C. (2003) Lawyers talk in big words: Understanding legal justice within the context of an Indigenous Australian women's studies classroom. Pandora's Box, 2003 67-74. 255  
Corrin Care, J. and Zorn, J. (2005) Legislating for the application of customary law in Solomon Islands. Common Law World Review, 34 2: 144-168. 371 2
Corrin Care, J. and Zorn, J. (2001) Legislating pluralism: Statutory developments in Melanesian customary law. Journal of Legal Pluralism & Unofficial Law, 46 -: 49-101. 85  
Hunter, Ian (2007) Natural law, historiography, and Aboriginal sovereignty. Legal History, 11 2: 137-168. 333 261
Jull, Peter (2001). Negotiating Nationhood, Renegotiating Nationhood: Canada's Nunavut and Nunavut's Canada. In: Re-Thinking Indigenous Self-Determination: An International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Indigenous Self-Determination, Brisbane, (). September 25-28, 2001. 1399 1892
Corrin Care, Jennifer (2006) Negotiating the constitutional conundrum: Balancing cultural identity with principles of gender equality in post-colonial South Pacific societies. The Indigenous Law Journal, 5 Fall: 51-81. 95 3
Corrin Care, J. (2002) Off the peg or made to measure: Is the Westminister system of government appropriate in Solomon Islands?. Alternative Law Journal, 27 5: 207-211. 106  
Hafner, Diane, Epworth, David and Salmon, Matt (2006). Planning for agreement in Cape York Peninsula: The pastoral properties planning project. In M. Langton, O. Mazel, L. Palmer, K. Shain and M. Tehan (Ed.), Settling with Indigenous people: Modern treaty and agreement-making (pp. 115-133) Annandale, N.S.W.: Federation Press. 63  
Zorn, J. and Corrin Care, J. Proving customary law in the common law courts of the South Pacific Occasional Paper 2 ed. London: The British Institute of International & Comparative Law, 2002. 180  
Stephenson, Margaret A. (2007). Reforms to Indigenous land title in Australia: Some lessons from other jurisdictions. In: Michael Adams, David Barker and Samantha McGolrick, Refereed Conference Papers: 61st Annual Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference: Legal Knowledge: Learning, Communicating and Doing. 61st Annual Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference: Legal Knowledge: Learning, Communicating and Doing, Melbourne, Australia, (3-16). 4-7 July 2006. 129  
Stephenson, M. A. (2003) Resource development on Aboriginal lands in Canada and Australia. James Cook University Law Review, 2002/2003 9: 21-73. 90  
Stephenson, M. A. and Hocking, A. (2006) Review of Australian Native Title Law. By Melissa Perry and Stephen Lloyd. Alternative Law Journal, 31 1: 54-54. 151  
Corrin Care, J. and Farran, S. (2001) Seductive company: Contract, tort or obligations in the South Pacific. UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal, 19 1: 92-130. 49  
Sand, Sabine (2003) Sui Generis laws for the protection of indigenous expressions of culture and traditional knowledge. University of Queensland Law Journal, 22 2: 188-198. 45  
Puri, K. K. (2004). The Aboriginal Peoples of Australia. In Prof. C. Mezghani (Ed.), The Protectionof Cultural Interests and Globalisation 1 ed. (pp. 249-279) Paris: L'Harmattan. 71  
Woolford, Nathan (2003). The ethics of ownership : Indigenous cultural property rights and the practice of archaeology Honours Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 50 13
Huber, Sean (2004) The Wellesley Island decision: Offshore native title post Yarmirr and ward. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 23 1: 242-248. 52  
Corrin Care, J. (2002) Wisdom & worthy customs: Customary law in the South Pacific. Reform, Autumn 80: 31-36. 110  
Clarkson, Sarah (2001) Yorta Yorta: The effect of changes in traditional laws and customs in native title determinations. University of Queensland Law Journal, 21 2: 235-239. 139