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Pohlman, Anne (2004) A fragment of a story: Gerwani and Tapol experiences. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, 1 10: . 111  
Daniels, Ross John (1991). Amnesty international: a critical review Master's Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 78 1
Lusk, Nikola (2001) Crimes against humanity: The struggle for global justice [Book review]. University of Queensland Law Journal, 21 2: 262-264. 76  
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, J (2006) Disability's affect: Or, refugees, communication and community. Southern Review, 38 2: 58-73. 59  
Allan, James (2005) 'Do the right thing' judging? The High Court of Australia in Al-Kateb. University of Queensland Law Journal, 24 1: 1-34. 385  
Allan, James (2004) Human rights in Australia: Treaties, statutes and cases. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 23 1: 252-254. 125  
Indigenous knowledge systems and intellectual property in the twenty-first century: perspectives from southern Africa. Edited by I. N. Mazonde and Pradip N.Thomas Dakar, Senegal: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa/WACC, 2007. 71  
Luker, Trish (2008) Ineffaceable memories: The truth of testimony. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 29 1: 133-154. 25 1
Thomas, P. N. and Nyamnjob, F. B. (2007). Intellectual property challenges in Africa: Indigenous knowledge systems and the fate of connected worlds.. In Mazonde, E. N. and Thomas, P. N. (Ed.), Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Intellectual Property in the Twenty-First Century First ed. (pp. 12-25) Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, WACC. 64  
Brennan, Frank Legislating liberty : a bill of rights for Australia? : a provocative and timely proposal to balance the public good with individual freedom. St Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1998. 533 515
Governatori, Guido, Palmirani, Monica, Riveret, Regis, Rotolo, Antonio and Sartor, Giovanni (2005). Norm modifications in defeasible logic. In: Marie-Francine Moens and Peter Spyns, Proceedings of the 18th Jurix Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX 2005). JURIX 2005: The 18th Annual Conference, Brusseles, Belgium, (13-22). 8-10 December 2005. 37  
Walsh, Tamara (2005) Offensive language, offensive behaviour and public nuisance: Empirical and theoretical analyses. University of Queensland Law Journal, 24 1: 123-145. 351 2
Davidson, A. (2004) Online privacy tools. Proctor, 24 Jan/Feb: 36-37. 55  
Barnard, R. T. and Turnbull, D. (2006) On the incompatibility of genetic axioms with axioms of justice and ethics - requirement of a third space for ethical deliberation. International Journal of the Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 1 1: 89-96. 106   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Davidson, A. (2004) Personal privacy. The Verdict, 2004 5: 5-7. 77  
Allan, James (2006) Portia, Bassanio or Dick the Butcher? Constraining judges in the twenty-first century. King's College Law Journal, 17 1: 1-26. 59  
Vaughan, Michael (2012) Privacy: a cincquain. 45 2
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, J (2006). Reclaiming civility: Disibility, diversity and human rights. In E. Porter and B. Offord (Ed.), Activating Human Rights (pp. 219-238) Bern: Peter Lang. 40  
Davidson, A. (2004) Spyware. Proctor, 24 March: 29-30. 85  
Davidson, A. (2004) Surveillance cameras. The Verdict, 2004 2004 winter: 1-3. 52  
Thomas, Pradip (2006) The communication rights in the information society (CRIS) campaign: Applying social movement theories to an analysis of global media reform. The International Communication Gazette, 68 4: 291-312. doi:10.1177/1748048506065763 79 2 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Davidson, A. (2004) The crackdown on child internet pornography. Proctor, 24 November: 33-34. 55  
Cassimatis, Anthony E. (Anthony Emanuel) (2004). The legality of trade measures taken by states in response to human rights violations in other states PhD Thesis, School of Law, The University of Queensland. 167 7
Jones, P.N.L. (2002) The rights thing to do?: Towards an Australian bill of rights. Human Rights Defender, 11 2: 17-22. 42  
Dickson, E. A. (2003) Understanding disability: An analysis of the influence of the social model of disability in the drafting of the anti-discrimination act 1991(Qld) and in it interpretation and application. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Law & Education, 8 1: 45-68. 34  
Allan, James F. P. and Geddis, Andrew (2006) Waldron and opposing judicial review - Except, sort of, in New Zealand. New Zealand Law Journal, 2 94-97. 156  
Saunders, Kay War on the homefront : state intervention in Queensland 1938-1948. St Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1993. 165 247
Lusk, Nikola (2001) When state silence becomes persecution: The case of domestic violence refugees in minister for immigration and multicultural affairs v Khawar. University of Queensland Law Journal, 21 2: 227-229. 110