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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 -> 390300 Justice and Legal Studies -> 390399 Justice and Legal Studies not elsewhere classified :

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Alexander, N.M. (2005). A times they are a changing: Reforming family law mediation. In: Family Law Residential 2005 Conference, Coolum, (). 30 September 2005. 53  
Australian Journal of Corporate Law (2004) 206  
Pincus, C (2006) A woman's place: 100 Years of Queensland women lawyers. Australian Bar Review, 27 2: 243-244. 79  
Devereux, John and Parker, Malcolm (2006). Competency issues for young persons and older persons. In Ian R. Freckelton and Kerry Anne Petersen (Ed.), Disputes and Dilemmas in Health Law (pp. 54-76) Annandale, N.S.W., Australia: Federation Press. 143  
Sofronoff, W (2006). Deakin, Isaacs and the Supremacy of the Commonwealth. In Aladin Rahemtula (Ed.), Justice According to Law - A Festschrift for the Honourable Mr Justice BH McPherson CBE 1st ed. (pp. 82-106) Brisbane: Supreme Court Library of Queensland. 56  
Pratt, M. (2000) Defining the detriment in equitable estoppel: A reply to Denis Ong. Bond Law Review, 12 1-48. 141  
Alexander, N.M. (2005) Enforcing mediation settlement agreements in Australia. World Arbitration and Mediation Report, 16 4: 124-130. 141  
Bryson, D. and Alexander, N.M. (2005) Fishing for ADR. ADR Bulletin, 8 4: 78-79. 36  
Brigg, Morgan (2007) Governance and Susceptibility in Conflict Resolution: Possibilities Beyond Control. Social and Legal Studies, 16 1: 27-47. doi:10.1177/0964663907073445 212 482 4 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Pratt, M. (1999) Identifying the harm done: A critique of the reliance theory of estoppel. Adelaide Law Review, 21 1-209. 166  
Marshall, B. M. (2004) Judicial activism or judicial activity: It's a judgment call. The Verdict, 8: 26-27. 78  
Preece, A. (2001). Legal immunities. In: Author, Annual Australasian Conf. on Law & Society, Victoria University, Melbourne, Vic., (). 11 December 2001. 25  
Mandatory mediation in Australia (2005) Volume 16 Issue 1 309  
Alexander, N. M., Ade, J. and Olbrisch, C Mediation, Schlichtung, Verhandlungsmanagement. Munster: Alpmann-Schmidt Verlag, 2005. 58  
McDermott, P M (2006). Mr Justice BH McPherson - His Contribution to Law Reform in Queensland. In Aladin Rahemtula (Ed.), Justice According to Law - A Festschrift for the Honourable Mr Justice BH McPherson CBE 1st ed. (pp. 432-468) Brisbane: Supreme Court Library of Queensland. 207  
Butler, P. A. (2004) Regional Digest - Australia: Annual Survey. Restitution Law Review, 12 [2004] RLR: 164-182. 30  
Greenwood, A (2006). Render therefore unto Caesar things which are Caesar's: The ownership of copyrights in judgements published in writing or ex tempore. In Aladin Rahemtula (Ed.), Justice according to law - A Festschrift for the Honourable Mr Justice BH McPherson CBE (pp. 302-329) Brisbane, Australia: Supreme Court Library of Queensland. 59  
Corrin Care, J. (2004) Review of 'A kind of mending: Restorative justice in the Pacific by Sinclair Dinnen. Journal of Pacific Studies, 27 2: 298-302. 52  
Chui, E.W.H. (2002) Schools and Delinquency. Journal of Family Studies, 8 2: 250-251. 52  
Hamer, D A and Scudder, (2006). Staff DNA databases under Australian Legislation. In: International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences. 18th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, Fremantle, Western Australia, (). 2-7 April 2006. 38  
Alexander, N.M. (2005) The double life of victim-offender mediation in France. World Arbitration and Mediation Report, 16 7: 207-210. 53  
Mortensen, R. G. (2000). The duty of obeying the law: The court of session, the Kirk and the disruption of 1843. In Professor G. Moens (Ed.), Constitutional & International Law Perspectives 1 ed. (pp. 230-266) Qld: UQ Press. 38  
Sherman, B G and Bently, Lionel (2006) The Impact of European Geographical Indication on National Rights in Member States. The Trademark Reporter, 96 4: 850-906. 404 1
Walsh, T. K. E. (2007) The Queensland special circumstances court. Journal of Judicial Administration, 16 4: 223-234. 475  
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. 47  
Smith, Dayle Kerry. (1993). The Tokyo war crimes trial : U.S.A. & o'rs v Koki Hirota & o'rs PhD Thesis, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland. 343 1939
Lee, W. A. (2006). The Trusts Act 1973: Reforms accomplished and problems remaining to be resolved. In Aladin Rahemtula (Ed.), Justice according to law: A Festschrift for the Honourable Mr Justice BH McPherson CBE (pp. 144-166) Brisbane, Australia: Supreme Court Library of Queensland. 79  
Alexander, N.M. (2005) The use of summary arbitral proceedings to enforce mediated settlements. World Arbitration and Mediation Report, 16 9: 285-287. 41  
Spencer, D. and Alexander, N.M. (2005) Worldwide perspectives on mediation. World Arbitration and Mediation Report, 16 3: 94-98. 45