All Publications

Authored Books

2021

Rajamani, L., & Peel, J. (2021). The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law (2nd ed.). J. Peel, & L. Rajamani (Eds.), Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/law/9780198849155.001.0001

2020

Stewart, M., Cooper, G., Dirkis, M., & Vann, R. J. (2020). Income Taxation: Commentary and Materials (9th ed.). Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia Limited. Retrieved from http://legal.thomsonreuters.com.au/

2018

Gardner, A., Bartlett, R., Gray, J., & Nelson, R. (2018). Water Resources Law (2 ed.). Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths.

Godden, L., Peel, J., & McDonald, J. (2018). Environmental Law (2 ed.). Australia: Oxford University Press.

O’Donnell, E, Legal Rights for Rivers: Competition, Collaboration and Water Governance, Routledge, United Kingdom (2018)

Parker, C., & Evans, A. (2018). Inside Lawyers' Ethics: Third Edition (3 ed.). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Sands, P., & Peel, J. (2018). Principles of International Environmental Law (4 ed.). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Zillman, D., Roggenkamp, M., Paddock, L. C., & Godden, L. (2018). Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions (1 ed.). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198822080.001.0001

2017

Tehan, M, Godden, L, Young, M and Gover, K, The Impact of Climate Change Mitigation on Indigenous and Forest Communities International, National and Local Law Perspectives on REDD+, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom (2017)

Tehan, M. F., Godden, L. C., Young, M. A., & Gover, K. A. (2017). The Impact of Climate Change Mitigation on Indigenous and Forest Communities. Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781139696609

Stewart, M. (2017). Tax, Social Policy and Gender Rethinking Equality and Efficiency (1 ed.). Australia: ANU Press.

2016

Barr, O, A Jurisprudence of Movement Common Law, Walking, Unsettling Place (Routledge, 2016).

Birrell, K, Indigeneity: Before and Beyond the Law (Routledge, 2016).

Kurtz, J, The WTO and International Investment Law Converging Systems (Cambridge University Press, 2016).

Peel, J., & Fisher, D. (2016). The Role of International Environmental Law in Disaster Risk Reduction (1 ed.). J. PEEL, & D. Fisher (Eds.), The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV.

2015

Jacqueline Peel and Hari Osofsky, Climate Change Litigation: Regulatory Pathways to Cleaner Energy (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

2011-2014

Mark Burton and Kerrie Sadiq, Tax Expenditure Management: A Critical Assessment (Cambridge University Press, 2013).

Alexander Zahar, Jacqueline Peel and Lee Godden, Australian Climate Law in Global Context (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Brad Jessup, Environmental Law (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2012).

Philip Sands and Jacqueline Peel, Principles of International Environmental Law (Cambridge University Press, 3rd ed, 2012).

Margaret Young, Trading Fish, Saving Fish: The Interaction between Regimes in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2011).

Samuel Alexander, Just Enough is Plenty: Thoreau's Alternative Economics (Stead & Daughters, 2011).

Edited Books

2019

Peel, J. Transnational Environmental Law in a Transformed Environment (2020). (Vol. 9, Iss. 2). doi:10.1017/S2047102520000175

2018

Zillman, D, Roggenkamp, M, Paddock, L and Godden, L, Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2018)

2016

Barrera-Hernajndez, L., Barton, B., Godden, L., Lucas, A., and Ronne, A. (eds), Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities, (Oxford University Press 2016).

Godden, L et al (eds), Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities (Oxford University Press, 2016).

Peel, J and Fisher, David (eds), The Role of International Environmental Law in Disaster Risk Reduction, (Brill Nijihoff, 2016).

2011-2014

Miranda Stewart and Yariv Brauner (eds), Tax, Law and Development (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013).

Miranda Stewart and Edwin Simpson (eds), Sham Transactions (Oxford University Press, 2013).

Matthew Harding, Ann O’Connell and Miranda Stewart(eds), Not for profit law: Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2014).

Brad Jessup and Kim Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Margaret Young (ed), Regime Interaction in International Law: Facing Fragmentation (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Revised Books

Gardner, A, Bartlett, R, Gray, J and Nelson, R, Water Resources Law (2 ed.), LexisNexis Butterworths, Australia (2018)

Parker, C and Evans, A, Inside Lawyers' Ethics (3 ed.), Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom (2018)

Sands, P, Peel, J, Fabra, A and MacKenzie, R, Principles of International Environmental Law (4 ed.), Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom (2018)

Godden, L, Peel, J and McDonald, J, Environmental Law (2nd Ed.), Oxford University Press, Melbourne (2018)

Reference Works

Kirsty Gover, ‘Indigenous Rights and Governance in Canada, Australia and New Zealand’, Oxford Bibliographies Online (Oxford University Press,29 November 2011).

Shaun McVeigh, ‘Jurisprudence and Legal Theory’, LexisNexis Concise Australian Legal Dictionary (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2011).

Maureen Tehan,Indigenous Legal Issues, LexisNexis Concise Australian Legal Dictionary (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2011).

Maureen Tehan, Updating Author Chapters 1 and 2, Lexis/Nexis Native Title (2012) .

Margaret Young, ‘Principle 12: Trade and the Environment’ in Jorge E Vinuales (ed), The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development: A Commentary (Oxford University Press, 2015) 325.

Book Chapters

2022

Macpherson, E., O’Donnell, E., Godden, L., & O’Neill, L. (2022). Correction to: Lessons from Australian Water Reforms: Indigenous and Environmental Values in Market-Based Water Regulation. In Reforming Water Law and Governance (pp. C1). Springer Singapore. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-8977-0_14

2021

Barnett, S., Simmons, C. T., & Nelson, R. (2021). Groundwater resources in Australia—their occurrence, management, and future challenges. In A. A. McKenzie, H. Guo, S. Langan, A. Aureli, B. R. Scanlon, & A. Mukherjee (Eds.), Global Groundwater (1st ed., pp. 35-46). San Diego, United States of America: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-818172-0.00003-7

Barnett, S., Simmons, C. T., & Nelson, R. (2021). Groundwater Resources in Australia - Their Occurrence, Management, and Future Challenges. In A. Mukherjee, B. R. Scanlon, A. Aureli, S. Langan, H. Guo, & A. A. McKenzie (Eds.), Global Groundwater: Source, Scarcity, Sustainability, Security, and Solutions (1 ed., pp. 35-46). United Kingdom: Elsevier Inc

Birrell, K., & Dehm, J. (2021). International law and the humanities in the Anthropocene. In Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities (pp. 407-421).

Fitzpatrick, P., Pahuja, S., Joyce, R., Birrell, K., & Golder, B. (2021). A training in conduct. In Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities (pp. 75-88).

Godden, L. (2021). Law and sacrifice in Australian extra-territorial nation spaces: The residue of empire. In S. Chalmers, & S. Pahuja (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities (1 ed., pp. 369-378). UK: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781003170914-34

Jessup, B. (2021). Law underground: The legal geographies of gas transmission pipeline regulation. In R. Bartel, & J. Carter (Eds.), Handbook on Space, Place and Law (1 ed., pp. 304-315). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. doi:10.4337/9781788977203.00041

Jessup, B. (2021). Encounters with Materiality: Planning Regulation and Non-Participation in Australia. In Y. Rydin, R. Beauregard, M. Cremaschi, & L. Lieto (Eds.), Regulation and Planning: Practices, Institutions, Agency (1 ed.). USA: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781003095828-7

Nelson, R. (2021). Challenges to Improved Integrated Management of the Murray-Darling Basin. In B. Hart, N. Byron, N. Bond, C. Pollimo, & M. Stewardson (Eds.), Murray-Darling Basin, Australia: Its Future Management (1 ed., pp. 339-360). United Kingdom: Elsevier Inc

Nelson, R. (2021). Challenges to improved integrated management of the Murray–Darling Basin. In M. Stewardson, C. Pollino, N. Bond, N. Byron, & B. Hart (Eds.), Murray-Darling Basin, Australia (Vol. 1, 1st ed., pp. 339-361). San Diego, United States of America: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-818152-2.00016-4

Olagunju, A., Appiah, D., Cavalcanti, P. M. P. S., Durning, B., González, J. C. T., MacLean, J., . . . Nelson, R. (2021). Cumulative effects assessment requirements in selected developed and developing countries. In J. A. E. Blakley, & D. M. Franks (Eds.), Handbook of Cumulative Impact Assessment (1 ed., pp. 21-38). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. Retrieved from https://www.e-elgar.com/

Palmer, A. (2021). Absent Images of International Law. In S. Chalmers, & S. Pahuja (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities (First ed., pp. 91-103). Abingdon, United Kingdom and New York, USA: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781003170914

Palmer, A. (2021). National Implementation. In L. Rajamani, & J. Peel (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law (2nd ed., pp. 1022-1037). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Peel, J. (2021). Precaution. In L. Rajamani, & J. Peel (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law (2 ed., pp. 302-318). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/law/9780198849155.001.0001

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2021). Regional Solutions: Export Measures for Plastic Recyclables to Reduce Marine Plastic Pollution in the Pacific’. In L. Y. Sulistiawati, & R. -L. Eisma-Osorio (Eds.), Marine Plastic Pollution and the Rule of Law (1st ed., pp. 1). Singapore: Konrad-Adenaeur-Stiftung, Ltd., Korea Legislation Research Institute, Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law-National University of Singapore, and University of Cebu School of Law.

2020

Calyx, C., Jessup, B., & Sihombing, M. (2020). Asserting Land Rights Through Technology and Democratic Expression: The Effect of the Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago v Indonesia Case. In T. O’Donnell, D. Robinson, & J. Gillespie (Eds.), Legal Geography: Perspectives and Methods (1 ed., pp. 37-57). United Kingdom: Routledge.

Gover, K. (2020). From the Heart: The Indigenous Challenge to Australian Public Law. In J. N. E. Varuahs, & S. Wilson Stark (Eds.), The Frontiers of Public Law (1 ed., pp. 205-226). United Kingdom: Bloomsbury Professional.

Gover, K. (2020). Legal pluralism and indigenous legal traditions. In P. Schiff Berman (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Global Legal Pluralism (1st ed., pp. 847-875). New York, United States of America: Oxford Handbooks. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780197516744.013.7

Nelson, R., Barnett, S., & Kollmorgen, A. (2020). The Evolution of Groundwater Management Policy in the States of Australia. In J. -D. Rinaudo, C. Holley, S. Barnett, & M. Montginoul (Eds.), Sustainable Groundwater Management: A Comparative Analysis of French and Australian Policies and Implications to Other Countries (Vol. 24, 1 ed., pp. 129-141). Switzerland: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-32766-8_7

O'Donnell, E. (2020). A Voice for the Birrarung? River Rights, Sovereignty and Water Management. In K. MacFarlane (Ed.), Water: An Interdisciplinary Forum (1 ed., pp. 20-27). Australia: Ian Potter Centre. Retrieved from https://art-museum.unimelb.edu.au/

Palmer, A. (2020). Image and Art in the Whaling in the Antarctic Case. In J. McCutcheon, & F. McGaughey (Eds.), The Research Handbook on Art and Law (1st ed., pp. 408-425). Northampton, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Peel, J., OSOFSKY, H. M., & Foerster, A. (2020). ‘Next Generation’ Climate Change Litigation in Australia. In J. Lin, & D. Kysar (Eds.), Climate Change Litigation in the Asia Pacific (1 ed., pp. 175-206). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108777810.009

Redonda, A., Galassao, V., Mazur, M., Stewart, M., & Whittaker, M. (2020). Taxation in Aging Societies: Increasing the Effectiveness and Fairness of Pension Systems. In C. J. Kim (Ed.), Aging Societies: Policies and Perspectives (1 ed., pp. 34-44). Japan: Asian Development Bank Institute. Retrieved from https://www.adb.org/

Stewart, M., & Krever, R. (2020). Taxation: Paying for Policy. In A. McClelland, P. Smyth, & G. Marston (Eds.), Social Policy in Australia (4th ed., pp. 350-373). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/unimelb

2019

Barr, O. (2019). Movement: An Homage to Legal Drips, Wobbles and Perpetual Motion. In A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Law and Theory (1 ed., pp. 129-150). United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315665733

Calyx, C., Jessup, B., & Sihombing, M. (2019). Asserting land rights through technology and democratic expression. In T. O'Donnell, D. F. Robinson, & J. Gillespie (Eds.), Legal Geography (1 ed., pp. 37-57). New York: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429426308-5

Godden, L. (2019). The Evolving Governance of Aboriginal Peoples and Torres Strait Islanders in Marine Areas in Australia. In S. Allen, N. Bankes, & O. Ravna (Eds.), The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Marine Areas (1 ed., pp. 123-148). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Parker, C., Carey, R., & Scrinis, G. (2019). The Consumer Labelling Turn in Farmed Animal Welfare Politics: From the Margins of Animal Advocacy to Mainstream Supermarket
Shelves. In M. Phillipov, & K. Kirkwood (Eds.), Alternative Food Politics: From the Margins to the Mainstream (1 ed., pp. 193-215). United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780203733080-11

Peel, J., & Osofsky, H. (2019). Litigation as a Climate Regulatory Tool. In C. Voigt (Ed.), International Judicial Practice on the Environment: Questions of Legitimacy (1 ed., pp. 311-335). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108684385

Peel, J. (2019). The Use of Science in Environment-Related Investor-State Arbitration. In K. Miles (Ed.), Research Handbook on Environment and Investment Law (1 ed., pp. 244-263). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing. doi:10.4337/9781784714635.00016

Peel, J. (2019). International Law and the Protection of the Global Environment. In R. Axelrod, & S. VanDeveer (Eds.), The Global Environment: Institutions, Law and Policy (5 ed., pp. 68-100). United Kingdom: CQ Press.

Peel, J., & Osofsky, H. M. (2019). Litigation as a Climate Regulatory Tool. In International Judicial Practice on the Environment (pp. 311-336). Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108684385.013

2018

Crommelin, M, ‘Tenure, Title and Property in Geological Storage of Greenhouse Gas in Australia’ in I Havercroft, R Macrory and R Stewart (eds), Carbon Capture and Storage: Emerging Legal and Regulatory Issues, Hart Publishing, United Kingdom (2nd ed, 2018), 231-243

Godden, L and Kallies, A, ‘Smart Infrastructure: Innovative Energy Technology, Climate Mitigation, and Consumer Protection in Australia and Germany’ in D Zillman, M Roggenkamp, L Paddock and L Godden (eds), Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2018), 391-411

Gover, K. (2018). Indigenous-State Relationships and the Paradoxical Effects of Antidiscrimination Law: Lessons from the Australian High Court in Maloney v The Queen. In J. Hendry, M. L. Tatum, M. Jorgensen, & D. Howard-Wagner (Eds.), Indigenous Justice: New Tools, Approaches, and Spaces (1 ed., pp. 27-52). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gover, K. (2018). Equality and Non-Discrimination in the UNDRIP Articles 2, 6, and 7(1). In J. Hohmann, & M. Weller (Eds.), The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: A Commentary (1 ed., pp. 179-212). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Haines, F, and Parker, C, ‘Moving towards ecological regulation’ in Holley, C and Shearing, C (eds), Criminology and the Anthropocene, Routledge, New York and London (2018), 81-108

Johnson, H., Parker, C., & Maguire, R. (2018). Consumer Choice as a Pathway to Food Diversity: A Case Study of Açaí Berry Product Labelling. In A. Isoni, M. Troisi, & M. Pierri (Eds.), Food Diversity Between Rights, Duties and Autonomies: Legal Perspectives for a Scientific, Cultural and Social Debate on the Right to Food and Agroecology (Vol. 2, 1 ed., pp. 307-322). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

Loch, A, Perez-Blanco, D, Rey, D, O’Donnell, E, Adamson, D, ‘Regulatory and Economic Instruments: A Useful Partnership to Achieve Collective Objectives?’ in Holley, C, and Sinclair, D (eds) Reforming Water Law and Governance: From Stagnation to Innovation in Australia, Springer, Singapore, (2018), 123-139.

Macpherson, E, O’Donnell, E, Godden, L, O'Neill, L, ‘Lessons from Australian water reforms: Indigenous and environmental values in market-based water regulation’ in Holley, C, and Sinclair, D, (eds) Reforming Water Law and Governance: From Stagnation to Innovation in Australia, Springer, Singapore, (2018), 213-234

McVeigh, S, ‘Obligations of Office’ in Matthews, D. and Veitch, S. (eds), Law, Obligation, Community, Routledge, London (2018), 234-250

Nelson, R. (2018). Regulating Cumulative Impacts in Groundwater Systems: Global Lessons from the Australian Experience. In C. Holley, & D. Sinclair (Eds.), Reforming Water Law and Governance: From Stagnation to Innovation in Australia (1 ed., pp. 237-256). Singapore: Springer Nature. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-8977-0_11

Nelson, R, ‘The Sydney Catchments as a Socio-Ecological System in Law’ in Barthel, S, et al, Emergent Landscapes: Exploring Social-Ecological Interdisciplinarity, Conference proceedings, School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, University of Melbourne (2018), 35-37

Parker, C, Carey, R, De Costa, R. and Scrinis, G, ‘The consumer labelling turn in farmed animal welfare politics: from the margins of animal advocacy to mainstream supermarket shelves’ in Philippov, M and Kirkwood, K (eds) Alternative Food Politics: From the Margins to the Mainstream, Routledge, New York and London (2018), 193-215

Peel, J, ‘International Environmental Law and Climate Disasters’ in R Lyster and R Verchick (eds), Research Handbook on Climate Disaster Law: Barriers and Opportunities, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom (2018), 77-96

Zillman, D, ‘Roggenkamp, M, Paddock, L and Godden, L, ‘Introduction: How technological and Legal Innovation are Transforming Energy Law’ in D Zillman, M Roggenkamp, L Paddock and L Godden (eds), Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2018), 1-22

Zillman, D, Roggenkamp, M, Paddock, L and Godden, L, ‘Conclusion’ in D Zillman, M Roggenkamp, L Paddock and L Godden (eds), Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2018), 412-436

2017

Barr, O. (2017). Mourning place. In Spaces of Justice: Peripheries, Passages, Appropriations (pp. 73-93). doi:10.4324/9781315666525

Edwards, M., & Stewart, M. (2017). Pathways and Processes Towards a Gender Equality Policy. In M. Stewart (Ed.), Tax, Social Policy and Gender: Rethinking Equality and Efficiency (1 ed., pp. 325-348). Australia: ANU Press.

Jukic, E. and Young, M., ‘Australia’ in Yearbook of International Environmental Law, Volume 28, 2017, Pages 404–413, https://doi.org/10.1093/yiel/yvy065

Jukic, E. and Young, M., Australia and International Environmental Law in 2018 (March 19, 2019). Yearbook of International Environmental Law (Volume 29) ; U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 821. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3355031

Godden, L and Amiet-Knottenbelt, M, ‘Marine Plastic Pollution: Protecting Biodiversity on the High Seas -Gaps in UNCLOS and CBD Frameworks’ in A Toledo and V Tassin (eds), Guide to the Navigation of Marine Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction, Livraria D’Placido, Brazil (2017)  393-426

Godden, L. (2017). Benefit-Sharing in the REDD plus Regime Linking Rights and Equitable Outcomes. In IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION ON INDIGENOUS AND FOREST COMMUNITIES: INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND LOCAL LAW PERSPECTIVES ON REDD+ (pp. 172-200). CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Godden, L. (2017). REDD plus in Melanesia Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. In IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION ON INDIGENOUS AND FOREST COMMUNITIES: INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND LOCAL LAW PERSPECTIVES ON REDD+ (pp. 239-282). CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Godden, L. (2017). Malaysia and the UN-REDD Programme Exploring Possibilities for Tenure Pluralism in Forest Governance. In IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION ON INDIGENOUS AND FOREST COMMUNITIES: INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND LOCAL LAW PERSPECTIVES ON REDD+ (pp. 203-238). CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Gover, K, ‘Indigenous Citizenship in Settler States’ in A Shaachar, R Baubock, I Bloemraad and M Vink (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2017), 453-477

Gover, K, ‘The Treaty and Human Rights in New Zealand Law: Will the Common Law Presumptions Help or Hinder?’ in D Meagher and M Groves (eds), The Principle of Legality in Australia and New Zealand, Federation Press, Australia (2017) 209-236

Gover, K, ‘The Treaty and Human Rights in New Zealand Law: Can We Add the Declaration and Stir?’ in A Erueti (ed), International Indigenous Rights in Aotearoa New Zealand, Victoria University Press, New Zealand (2017) 42-76

Gover, K. (2017). REDD plus , Tenure and Indigenous Property Claims. In IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION ON INDIGENOUS AND FOREST COMMUNITIES: INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND LOCAL LAW PERSPECTIVES ON REDD+ (pp. 130-171). CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Gover, K. (2017). REDD plus , Identity Law and 'Free, Prior and Informed Consent'. In IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION ON INDIGENOUS AND FOREST COMMUNITIES: INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND LOCAL LAW PERSPECTIVES ON REDD+ (pp. 87-129). CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Haines, F., & Parker, C. (2017). Moving towards Ecological Regulation: The Role of Criminalisation. In C. Holley, & C. Shearing (Eds.), Criminology and the Anthropocene (1 ed., pp. 81-108). London: Routledge - Taylor & Francis. Retrieved from http://208.254.74.112/books/details/9781138688230/

Le Mire, S. and Parker, C, ‘Lawyers as Whistleblowers: The Need for a Gatekeeper of Justice Whistleblowing Obligation/Exception’ in R Levy, M O'Brien, S Rice, P Ridge and M Thornton (eds), New Directions for Law in Australia: Essays in Contemporary Law Reform, ANU Press, Australia (2017) 103-116

Pahuja, S, ‘Changing the World: The Ethical Impulse and International Law’ in R Gaita and G Simpson (eds), Who's Afraid of International Law?, Monash University Press, Australia (2017) 21-42

Pahuja, S and Storr, A, ‘Rethinking Iran and International Law: The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Case Revisited’ in J Crawford, A Koroma, S Mahmoudi and A Pellet (eds), The International Legal Order: Current Needs and Possible Responses - Essays in Honour of Djamchid Momtas, Koninklijke Brill NV, The Netherlands (2017) 53-74

Parker, C and Nielsen, V, ‘Compliance: 14 Questions’ in P Drahos (ed), Regulatory Theory: Foundations and Applications, ANU Press, Australia (2017) 217-232

Peel, J, ‘Imagining Unimaginable Climate Futures in International Climate Change Law’ in M Ambrus, R Rayfuse and W Werner (eds), Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in International Law, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2017) 177-195

Peel, J, ‘Climate Change’ in A Nollkaemper, I Plakokefalos and J Schechinger (eds), The Practice of Shared Responsibility in International Law, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom (2017) 1009-1050

Peel, J and Stephens, T, ‘Australia and International Environmental Law’ in D Rothwell and E Crawford (eds), International Law in Australia, Thomson Reuters, Australia (2017) 457-483

Stewart, M. (2017). Gender Inequality in Australia's Tax-Transfer System. In M. Stewart (Ed.), Tax, Social Policy and Gender: Rethinking Equality and Efficiency (1 ed., pp. 1-32). Australia: ANU Press.

Stewart, M. (2017). Sham Transactions and Tax Avoidance. In N. Hashimzade, & Y. Epifantseva (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Tax Avoidance Research (1 ed., pp. 48-58). United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:

2016

Barrera-Hernajndez, L., Barton, B., Godden, L, Lucas, A., and Ronne, A., “Introduction” in Lila Barrera-Hernandez, Barry Barton, Lee Godden, Alistair Lucas, Anita Ronne (eds), Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities, (Oxford University Press, 2016).

Barrera-Hernajndez, L., Barton, B., Godden, L, “Conclusion” in Lila Barrera-Hernandez, Barry Barton, Lee Godden, Alistair Lucas, Anita Ronne (eds), Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities, (Oxford University Press, 2016).

Garrick, D and O'Donnell, E, ‘Exploring Private Roles in Environmental Watering in Australia and the US’ in J Bennett (ed), Protecting the Environment, Privately, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (2016), 203-231

Godden, L, “Trans-jurisdictional water governance: law's role at multiple levels” in Janice Gray, Cameron Holley, Rosemary Rayfuse (eds), Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance, (Routledge, 2016) 21-42.

Godden, L and O'Neill, L, ‘Agreements with Indigenous Communities The Native Title Act in Australia’ in L Barrera-Hernandez, B Barton, L Godden, A Lucas and A Ronne (eds), Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2016), 135-154.

Lee Godden and Lily O’Neill, ‘National Law for Agreements with Aboriginal Communities: Resource and Energy projects in Australia’in Lee Godden et al (eds), Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities (Oxford University Press, 2016 ).

Gover, K, “Gender and Racial Discrimination in the Formation of Groups: Tribal and Liberal Approaches to Membership in Settler Societies” in K. Rubenstein, K. Young (eds), The Public Law of Gender: From the Local to the Global, (Cambridge University Press, 2016) 367-390.

Gover, K, “Indigenous Membership and Human Rights: When Self-identification meets Self-constitution” in C. Lennox and D. Short (eds), Handbook of Indigenous Peoples' Rights, (Routledge, 2016) 35-37.

Gover, K, “Liberal and Tribal Membership Boundaries: Descent, Consent, and Section 35” in P. Maclem & D. Sanderson (eds), From Recognition to Reconciliation: Essays on the Constitutional Entrenchment of Aboriginal & Treaty Rights, (University of Toronto Press, 2016) 285-319.

Gover, Kirsty, “REDD+, Tenure and Indigenous Property: The Promise and Peril of a 'Human Rights-based Approach” in C. Voight (ed), Research Handbook on REDD+ and International Law, (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2016) 249-288.

Nelson, R and Casey, M, “Beyond the traditional governance of trans-jurisdictional groundwater: unconventional approaches to cross-boundary aquifer management in the United States” in Janice Gray, Cameron Holley, Rosemary Rayfuse (eds), Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance, (Routledge, 2016) 138-156.

NELSON, R., & Quevauviller, P. (2016). Groundwater Law. In A. Jakeman, O. Barreteau, R. Hunt, J. Rinaudo, & A. Ross (Eds.), Integrated Groundwater Management: Concepts, Approaches and Challenges (1 ed., pp. 173-196). Sweden: Springer.

Parker, C. (2016). Effective and Legitimate Enforcement of Competition Law: A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma?. In P. Lowe, M. Marquis, & G. Monti (Eds.), European Competition Law Annual 2013: Effective and Legitimate Enforcement of Competition Law (1 ed.). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.

Peel, Jacqueline, ‘Environmental Impact Assessments and Climate Change’ in D Farber and M Peeters (eds), Climate Change Law, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom (2016), 348-358.

Peel, J, & Fisher, David, “International Law at the Intersection of Environmental Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction” in Jacqueline Peel & David Fisher (eds), The Role of International Environmental Law in Disaster Risk Reduction, (Brill Nijihoff, 2016) 1-25.

Young, M, ‘REDD+ and Interacting Legal Regimes’ in C Voight (ed), Research Handbook on REDD+ and International Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, United Kingdom (2016), 89-125.

Young, M, ‘Trade Measures to Address Climate Change: Territory and Extraterritoriality’, Research Handbook on Climate Change and Trade Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, United Kingdom (2016).

2015

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Changing Conceptions of Environmental Risk’ in J Viñuales (ed), The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development: A Commentary (Oxford University Press, 2015) 75.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Regulation of the Nexus’ in J Pittock, K Hussey and S Dovers (eds), Climate, Energy and Water: Managing Trade-Offs, Seizing Opportunities (Cambridge University Press, 2015) 198.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Unpacking the Elements of a State Responsibility Claim for Transboundary Pollution’ in S Jayakumar et al (eds), Transboundary Pollution: Evolving Issues of International Law and Policy (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015) 51.

Lee Godden and Emily O'Connell, ‘Biodiversity justice in a climate change world: Offsetting the Future’ in P Martin, S Bigdeli, T Daya-Winterbottom, W du Plessis and A Kennedy (eds), The Search for Environmental Justice (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015) 62.

Margaret Young, ‘Fragmentation, Regime Interaction and Sovereignty’ in C Chinkin and F Baetens (eds), Sovereignty, Statehood and State Responsibility: Essays in Honour of James Crawford (Cambridge University Press, 2015) 71.

Margaret Young, ‘The Environment and Trade’ in J Vinuales (ed), The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (Oxford University Press, 2015) 325.

2011-2014

Samuel Alexander, 'Property beyond Growth: Toward a Politics of Voluntary Simplicity' in D Grinlinton and P Taylor (eds), Property Rights and Sustainability: The Evolution of Property Rights to Meet Ecological Challenges (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011) 117.

Lisa Caripis and Lee Godden, ‘Marcos Legales y Regulatorios Para La Transición Uacia un Sector Eléctrico Bajo en Emisiones: Lecciones Desde La Experiencia Australiana’ [Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for a Transition to a Low Emissions Electricity Sector: Lessons from the Australian Experience] in Pilar Moraga Sariego (ed), Energía, cambio climático y sustentabilida : una mirada desde el derecho (Thomson Reuters, 2013) 193.

Michael Crommelin, ‘Australia’ in G Anderson (ed), Oil & Gas in Federal Systems (Oxford University Press, 2012) 35.

Michael Crommelin, ‘Australian Responses to Subsurface Conflicts: Greenhouse Gas Storage v Petroleum’ in D Zillman at al (eds), The Law of Energy Underground (Oxford University Press, 2014) 419.

Lee Godden, 'Communal Governance of Land and Resources as a Sustainable Property Institution' in D Grinlinton and P Taylor (eds), Property Rights and Sustainability: The Evolution of Property Rights to Meet Ecological Challenges (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011) 249.

Lee Godden, 'Globalised Localisms: Three Phases of International Environmental Governance for Biodiversity Protection' in S Alam, N Klein and J Overland (eds), Globalisation and the Quest for Social and Environmental Justice: The Relevance of International Law in an Evolving World Order (Routledge, 2011) 11.

Lee Godden, ‘Climate Change: Limits Discourses at the Interface of International Law and Environmental Law’ in B Jessup and K Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012) 263.

Lee Godden, ‘Legal Frameworks for Local Adaptation in Australia: The Role of Local Government in Water Governance in a Climate Change Era’ in B Richardson (ed), Local Climate Change Law: Environmental Regulation in Cities and Other Localities (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012) 325.

Lee Godden and Anne Kallies, ‘Electricity Network Development: New Challenges for Australia’ in M Roggenkamp et al (eds), Energy Networks and the Law: Innovative Solutions in Changing Markets (Oxford University Press, 2012) 292.

Maureen Tehan and Lee Godden, ‘Legal Forms and their Implications for Long-term Relationships and Economic Cultural and Social Empowerment: Structuring Agreements in Australia’ in M Langton and J Longbottom (eds), Community Futures, Legal Architecture: Foundations for Indigenous Peoples in the Global Mining Boom (Routledge, 2012) 111.

George Yapao, Lee Godden and Steven Pettigrove, ‘Papua New Guinea: Conflicts, Customary Landholding and Resource Exploitation’ in M Langton and J Longbottom (eds), Community Futures, Legal Architecture: Foundations for Indigenous Peoples in the Global Mining Boom (Routledge, 2012) 77.

Lisa Caripis and Lee Godden, ‘Marcos Legales y Regulatorios Para La Transición Uacia un Sector Eléctrico Bajo en Emisiones: Lecciones Desde La Experiencia Australiana’ [Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for a Transition to a Low Emissions Electricity Sector: Lessons from the Australian Experience] in Pilar Moraga Sariego (ed), Energía, cambio climático y sustentabilida : una mirada desde el derecho (Thomson Reuters, 2013) 193.

Lee Godden, ‘A Biography of Land, Law and Place’ in P Babie and P Leadbeter (eds), Law as Change: Engaging with the Life and Scholarship of Adrian Bradbrook (University of Adelaide Press, 2014) 111.

Lee Godden, ‘Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland Proserpine/Whitsunday Branch Inc v Minister for the Environment and Heritage and Others – Judgment’ in H Douglas et al (eds), Australian Feminist Judgments (Hart Publishing, 2014) 138.

Kirsty Gover, ‘Indigenous Jurisdiction as a Provocation of Settler State Political Theory: The Significance of Human Boundaries’ in L Ford and T Rowse (eds), Between Indigenous and Settler Governance, (Routledge, 2013) 187.

Kirsty Gover and Jeremy Webber, ‘Proprietary Constitutionalism’ in M Tushnet, T Fleiner and C Saunders (eds), Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law (Routledge, 2013) 361.

Kirsty Gover, ‘Inter-Indigenous Recognition and the Cultural Production of Indigeneity in the Western Settler States’ in A Eisenberg et al (eds), Recognition versus Self-Determination: Dilemmas of Emancipatory Politics (University of British Columbia Press, 2014) 201.

Brad Jessup, ‘The Journey of Environmental Justice Through Public and International Law’ in B Jessup and K Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012) 47.

Brad Jessup and Kim Rubenstein, ‘Introduction: Using Discourse Theory to Untangle Public and International Environmental Law’ in B Jessup and K Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012) 1.

Brad Jessup and T Bryant, ‘Vietnam’ in K Deketelaere (ed), International Encyclopedia of Law: Environmental Law (Kluwer Law International, 2013) 1.

Brad Jessup and Annette Jones, ‘In one ear and out the other: Human rights consultations and environmental discourses for human rights in Australasia’ in A Grear and L Kotze (eds), Research Handbook on Human Rights and the Environment (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015) 249.

Lee Godden and Anne Kallies, ‘Electricity Network Development: New Challenges for Australia’ in M Roggenkamp et al (eds), Energy Networks and the Law: Innovative Solutions in Changing Markets (Oxford University Press, 2012) 292.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘The Intersections between International Trade and Investment Law: Mapping a Research Agenda’ in N Calamita, D Earnest and M Burgstaller (eds), The Future of ICSID and the Place of Investment Treaties in International Law (BIICL Publishing, 2013) 165.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘Building Legitimacy Through Interpretation in Investor-State Arbitration: On Consistency, Coherence, and the Identification of Applicable Law’ in Z Douglas, J Pauwelyn and J Viñuales (eds), The Foundations of International Investment Law: Bringing Theory into Practice (Oxford University Press, 2014) 257.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘On the Evolution and Slow Convergence of International Trade and Investment Law’ in G Sacerdoti et al (eds), General Interests of Host States in International Investment Law (Cambridge University Press, 2014) 104.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘Science as a Common Proxy for Rational Regulation across International Trade and Investment Law’ in B Mercurio and K-J Ni (eds), Science and Technology in International Economic Law (Routledge, 2014) 134.

Lee Godden and Emily O'Connell, ‘Biodiversity justice in a climate change world: Offsetting the Future’ in P Martin, S Bigdeli, T Daya-Winterbottom, W du Plessis and A Kennedy (eds), The Search for Environmental Justice (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015) 62.

Erin O’Donnell, ‘Common legal and policy factors in the emergence of environmental water managers’ in C A Brebbia (ed), Water and Society II (WIT Press, 2013) 321.

Lee Godden and Lily O’Neill, ‘National Law for Agreements with Aboriginal Communities: Resource and Energy projects in Australia’in Lee Godden et al (eds), Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: Legal Change and Impact on Communities (Oxford University Press, 2016 ).

Sundhya Pahuja, ‘Conserving the World’s Resources?’ in J Crawford and M Koskenniemi (eds), The Cambridge Companion to International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012) 398.

Sundhya Pahuja, ‘The Poverty of Development’ in J Crawford and S Nouwen (eds), Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law (Hart Publishing, 2012) 365.

Jacqueline Peel, 'Environmental Protection in the Twenty-First Century: The Role of International Law' in R Axelrod, S Vandeveer and D Downie (eds), The Global Environment: Institutions, Law, and Policy (CQ Press, 2011) 48.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Scope of Application of the SPS Agreement: A Post-Biotech Analysis’ in C Van Calster and D Prevost (eds), Research Handbook on Environment, Health and the WTO (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013) 332.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘International Climate Law and Policy: an Australian Perspective’ in H Koch et al (eds), Climate Change and Environmental Hazards related to Shipping: An International Legal Framework; Proceedings of the Hamburg International Environmental Law Conference 2011 (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013) 83.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Addressing Climate Change Inequities: The Contribution of a Feminist Judgment’ in H Douglas et al (eds), Australian Feminist Judgments (Hart Publishing, 2014) 133.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘International Law and the Protection of the Global Environment’ in R Axelrod and S VanDeveer (eds), The Global Environment: Institutions, Law and Policy (CQ Press, 2014) 30.

Rafael Plaza, ‘South America’s Dilemma: Sustainable Development and Renewable Energies - Can Transnational Power Grids Assist in a Solution?’ in M Rodi (ed), Energy Infrastructure and Policy Options for a Sustainable Future (Lexxion, 2012) 161.

Miranda Stewart, ‘Tax Law and Policy for Indigenous Economic Development in Australia’ in M Langton and J Longbottom (eds), Community Futures, Legal Architecture: Foundations for Indigenous Peoples in the Global Mining Boom (Routledge, 2012) 163.

Miranda Stewart, ‘Taxation Policy and Housing’ in S Smith (ed), International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home (Elsevier Science, 2012) 152.

Miranda Stewart, ‘The Tax Expenditure Concept Globally’ in Y Brauner and M McMahon (eds), The Proper Tax Base: Structural Fairness from an International and Comparative Perspective - Essays in Honor of Paul McDaniel (Kluwer Law International, 2012) 47.

Miranda Stewart and Yariv Brauner, ‘Introduction: Tax, Law and Development’ in Y Brauner and M Stewart (eds), Tax, Law and Development (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013) 3.

Miranda Stewart, ‘Global Tax Information Networks: Legitimacy in a Global Administrative State’ in Y Brauner and M Stewart (eds), Tax, Law and Development (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013) 316.

Miranda Stewart, ‘The Judicial Doctrine in Australia’ in E Simpson and M Stewart (eds), Sham Transaction (Oxford University Press, 2013) 51.

Maureen Tehan and Lee Godden, ‘Legal Forms and their Implications for Long-term Relationships and Economic Cultural and Social Empowerment: Structuring Agreements in Australia’ in M Langton and J Longbottom (eds), Community Futures, Legal Architecture: Foundations for Indigenous Peoples in the Global Mining Boom (Routledge, 2012) 111.

Margaret Young, ‘Food Security, Sustainability and Trade Distortions: Fisheries Subsidies and the WTO’ in R Rayfuse and N Weisfelt (eds), The Challenge of Food Security: International Policy and Regulatory Frameworks (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012) 190.

Margaret Young, ‘Introduction: The Productive Fiction Between Regimes’ in M Young (ed), Regime Interaction in International Law: Facing Fragmentation (Cambridge University Press, 2012) 1.

Margaret Young, ‘Regime Interaction in Creating, Implementing and Enforcing International Law’ in M Young (ed), Regime Interaction in International Law: Facing Fragmentation (Cambridge University Press, 2012) 85.

Journal Articles Refereed

2022

Kearney, S. G., Carwardine, J., Reside, A. E., Adams, V. M., Nelson, R., Coggan, A., . . . Watson, J. E. M. (2022). Saving species beyond the protected area fence: Threats must be managed across multiple land tenure types to secure Australia's endangered species. CONSERVATION SCIENCE AND PRACTICE, 4(3), 15 pages. doi:10.1111/csp2.617

Nelson, R. L. (2022). Water rights for groundwater environments as an enabling condition for adaptive water governance. Ecology and Society, 27(2 C7 - 28). https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol27/iss2/art28/ (open access). https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-13123-270228

O'Donnell, E., Jackson, S., Langton, M., & Godden, L. (2022). Racialized water governance: the 'hydrological frontier' in the Northern Territory, Australia. AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF WATER RESOURCES, 12 pages. doi:10.1080/13241583.2022.2049053

Ulibarri, N., Escobedo Garcia, N., Nelson, R. L., Cravens, A. E., & McCarty, R. J. (2021). Assessing the Feasibility of Managed Aquifer Recharge in California. WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 57(3), 18 pages. doi:10.1029/2020WR029292

2021

Arstein-Kerslake, A., O'Donnell, E., Watson, J., & Kayess, R. (2021). Relational Personhood: A new conception of legal personhood with insights from disability rights and environmental law. Griffith Law Review, 30(3), 530-555. doi:10.1080/10383441.2021.2003744

Birrell, K. (2021). Convivial Mythologies: The Poiesis of Modern Law. Law and Critique, 32(3), 315-330. doi:10.1007/s10978-021-09305-y

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & van Zeben, J. (2021). Broadening the Branches and Deepening the Roots of Transnational Environmental Law. TRANSNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, 10(1), 1-11. doi:10.1017/S2047102521000017

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & van Zeben, J. (2021). Energy Transition in a Transnational World. TRANSNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, 10(2), 197-204. doi:10.1017/S2047102521000224

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & Van Zeben, J. (2021). Ten Years On: Rethinking Transnational Environmental Law. Transnational Environmental Law, 10(3), 391-400. doi:10.1017/S2047102521000303

McDonnell, B., OSOFSKY, H. M., Peel, J., & Foerster, A. (2021). Green Boardrooms?. Connecticut law review, 53(2), 335-409. Retrieved from https://opencommons.uconn.edu/

O'Donnell, E. (2021). Rivers as living beings: rights in law, but no rights to water?. GRIFFITH LAW REVIEW, 29(4), 643-668. doi:10.1080/10383441.2020.1881304

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2021). Regional Solutions: Export Measure for Plastic Recyclables to Reduce Marine Plastic Pollution in the Pacific. KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation, 11(1), 10-62. Retrieved from https://www.klri.re.kr/eng/journal/U/19/view.do

Peel, J., & Markey-Towler, R. (2021). A Duty to Care: The Case of Sharma v Minister for the Environment [2021] FCA 560. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, 33(3), 727-736. doi:10.1093/jel/eqab022

Peel, J., & Markey-Towler, R. (2021). Recipe for Success?: Lessons for Strategic Climate Litigation from the Sharma, Neubauer, and Shell Cases. GERMAN LAW JOURNAL, 22(8), 1484-1498. doi:10.1017/glj.2021.83

Rajamani, L., & Peel, J. (2021). Reflections on a decade of change in international environmental law*. Cambridge International Law Journal, 10(1), 6-31. doi:10.4337/cilj.2021.01.01

RiverofLife, M., Pelizzon, A., Anne, P., Akhtar-Khavari, A., Clark, C., Laborde, S., . . . Page, J. (2021). Yoongoorrookoo: The emergence of ancestral personhood. Griffith Law Review, 30(3), 505-529. doi:10.1080/10383441.2021.1996882

2020

Birrell, K., & Matthews, D. (2020). Re-storying Laws for the Anthropocene: Rights, Obligations and an Ethics of Encounter. Law and Critique, 31(3), 275-292. doi:10.1007/s10978-020-09274-8

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & Van Zeben, J. (2020). Erratum: Transnational Environmental Law in a Transformed Environment (Transnational Environmental Law (2020) (1-13) DOI: 10.1017/S2047102520000175). Transnational Environmental Law, 9(2), 1-2. doi:10.1017/S2047102520000205

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & van Zeben, J. (2020). The End of a Decade and the Dawn of a Climate Resistance. Transnational Environmental Law, 9(1), 1-9. doi:10.1017/S2047102520000035

Foster, M., & Gover, K. (2020). Determining Membership: Aboriginality and Alienage in the Australian High Court. Public Law Review, 31(2), 105-131.

Garrick, D., Iseman, T., Gilson, G., Brozovic, N., O'Donnell, E., Matthews, N., . . . Young, W. (2020). Scalable solutions to freshwater scarcity: Advancing theories of change to incentivise sustainable water use. Water Security, 9. doi:10.1016/j.wasec.2019.100055

Godden, L., Jackson, S., & O'Bryan, K. (2020). Indigenous Water Rights and Water Law Reforms in Australia. ENVIRONMENTAL AND PLANNING LAW JOURNAL, 37(6), 655-678. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Hart, B., O'Donnell, E., & Horne, A. (2020). Sustainable water resources development in northern Australia: the need for coordination, integration and representation. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 36(5), 777-799. doi:10.1080/07900627.2019.1578199

Islam, M. S., & O'Donnell, E. (2020). Legal rights for the Turag: rivers as living entities in Bangladesh. ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, 23(2), 160-177. doi:10.4337/apjel.2020.02.03

Jessup, B. (2020). A Consideration of Love. Alternative Law Journal, 45(1), 66-68. doi:10.1177/1037969X20903536

Jessup, B. (2020). Book Review: Environmental, Planning, and Climate Law in Queensland. University of Western Australia Law Review, 48, 326-329.

Jessup, B. (2020). Statues and Status: The Legal Geography of Landscape Values and Belonging. University of Western Australia Law Review, 48, 140-169

Jessup, B. (2020). ENVIRONMENTAL, PLANNING, AND CLIMATE LAW IN QUEENSLAND. UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA LAW REVIEW, 48(1), 326-329. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Mcmillan, M., Foster, D., Genovese, A., Mcveigh, S., & Tehan, M. (2020). OBLIGATIONS OF CONDUCT: PUBLIC LAW - TREATY ADVICE. MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, 44(2), 602-633. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

O'Donnell, E., & Nelson, R. (2020). Shield Science for Robust Decisions. Nature Sustainability, 3(9), 675-676. doi:10.1038/s41893-020-0541-6

O'Donnell, E., Poelina, A., Pelizzon, A., & Clark, C. (2020). Stop Burying the Lede: The Essential Role of Indigenous Law(s) in Creating Rights of Nature. Transnational Environmental Law, 9(3), 403-427. doi:10.1017/S2047102520000242

Peel, J., & Osofsky, H. (2020). Climate Change Litigation. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 16, 1-18. doi:10.1146/annurev-lawsocsci-022420-122936

Peel, J. (2020). The ‘Rights’ Way to Democratize the Science–Policy Interface in International Environmental Law? A Reply to Anna-Maria Hubert. European Journal of International law, 31(2), 657-664. doi:10.1093/ejil/chaa042

Peel, J., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). Climate Change Risk and Sovereign Bond Investments: The Case of O'Donnell v Commonwealth of Australia. Climate and Carbon Law Review, 14(3), 177-186. doi:10.21552/cclr/2020/3/6

Saunders, C., & Crommelin, M. (2020). Engineers and Constitution-building. Public Law Review, 31(1), 75-85. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Siders, A. R., Brooks, C. M., Cravens, A. E., Nelson, R., Reineman, D. R., & Ulibarri, N. (2020). How to Beat Isolation? Feedback Groups Fit the Bill, and Promote growth as Scholars and Humans. Nature, 582(7813), 597-598. doi:10.1038/d41586-020-01432-3

2019

Birrell, K. (2019). Book Review: Colonial Lives of Property: Law, Land, and Racial Regimes of Ownership. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 15(2), 585-587. doi:10.1177/1743872119837083

Calyx, C., & Jessup, B. (2019). Nuclear Citizens Jury: From Local Deliberations to Transboundary and Transgenerational Legal Dilemmas. Environmental Communication, 13(4), 491-504.

Crommelin, M. (2019). "Jesting Pilate" Third Edition Launch, Supreme Court of Victoria Law Library, 24 June 2019. Public Law Review, 30(4), 273-276. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & van Zeben, J. (2019). Transnational environmental law and 'other' environmental laws. Transnational Environmental Law, 8(3), 393-397. doi:10.1017/S204710251900030X

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & Van Zeben, J. (2019). Transnational Environmental Law across the Spectrum of Development. Transnational Environmental Law, 8(2), 209-215. doi:10.1017/S2047102519000219

Etty, T., Heyvaert, V., Carlarne, C., Huber, B., Peel, J., & Van Zeben, J. (2019). Protecting the tangible and intangible values of transnational environmental spaces. Transnational Environmental Law, 8(1), 1-9. doi:10.1017/S2047102519000062

Eckstein, G., D'Andrea, A., Marshall, V., O'Donnell, E., Talbot-Jones, J., Curran, D., & O'Bryan, K. (2019). Conferring legal personality on the world's rivers: A brief intellectual assessment. WATER INTERNATIONAL, 44(6-7), 804-829. doi:10.1080/02508060.2019.1631558

Garrick, D., De Stefano, L., Yu, W., Jorgensen, I., O'Donnell, E., Turley, L., . . . Wight, C. (2019). Rural water for thirsty cities: a systematic review of water reallocation from rural to urban regions. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 14(4), 14 pages. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab0db7

Godden, L., & Ison, R. (2019). Community Participation: Exploring Legitimacy in Socio-Ecological Systems for Environmental Water Governance. Australasian Journal of Water Resources, 23(1), 45-57. doi:10.1080/13241583.2019.1608688

Gover, K. (2019). Book Review: Ko Taranaki Te Maunga: Knowledge Beats Shame, by Rachel Buchanan (BWB Texts, 2019). Arena Magazine, 163, 57-58.

Jessup, B. (2019). Book Review; Research Handbook on Climate Disaster Law. Law Institute Journal, Jan/Feb, 56.

Morris, C. R., Stewardson, M. J., Finlayson, B. L., & Godden, L. (2019). Managing Cumulative Effects of Farm Dams in Southeastern Australia. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 145(3), 1-11. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0001041

Nelson, R. (2019). Water Data and the Legitimacy Deficit: A Regulatory Review and Nationwide Survey of Challenges Considering Cumulative Environmental Effects of Coal and Coal Seam Gas Developments. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 23(1), 24-34. doi:10.1080/13241583.2019.1600393

Nelson, R. (2019). Big Time: An Empirical Analysis of Regulating the Cumulative Environmental Effects of Coal Seam Gas Extraction under Australian Federal Environmental Law. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 36(5), 531-551.

Nelson, R. (2019). Breaking Backs and Boiling Frogs: Warnings from a Dialogue between Federal Water Law and Environmental Law. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 42(4), 1179-1214. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Nelson, R. (2019). Sick City Streams: New Approaches to Legal Treatments. Melbourne University Law Review, 43(2), 748-821. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

NELSON, R. (2019). Sick city streams: new approaches to legal treatments. Melbourne University Law Review, 43(3), 748-821.

O’Donnell, E. L., Horne, A. C., Godden, L., & Head, B. (2019). Cry Me a River: Building Trust and Maintaining Legitimacy in Environmental Flows. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 23(1), 1-13. doi:10.1080/13241583.2019.1586058

O'Donnell, E. L., Garrick, D. E., & Horne, A. C. (2019). Reallocation through irrigation modernization: The ‘once-in-a-hundred-year’ opportunity of the North-South Pipeline, Australia. Water Security, 6. doi:10.1016/j.wasec.2019.100028

O'Donnell, E., & Macpherson, E. (2019). Voice, power and legitimacy: the role of the legal person in river management in New Zealand, Chile and Australia. AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF WATER RESOURCES, 23(1), 35-44. doi:10.1080/13241583.2018.1552545

O'Donnell, E. L., & Garrick, D. E. (2019). The diversity of water markets: Prospects and perils for the SDG agenda. WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-WATER, 6(5), 24 pages. doi:10.1002/wat2.1368

O'Donnell, E. (2019). Indigenous Rights and Water Resource Management: Not Just Another Stakeholder. ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, 22(2), 289-294. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Osofsky, H., Peel, J., McDonnell, B., & Foerster, A. (2019). Energy Re-Investment. Indiana Law Journal, 94(2), 595-652.

Peel, J., Foerster, A., McDonnell, B., & Osofsky, H. (2019). Governing the Energy Transition: The Role of Corporate Law Tools. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 36(5), 459-476.

Peel, J., & Lin, J. (2019). Transnational Climate Litigation: The Contribution of the Global South. American Journal of International Law, 113(4), 679-726. doi:10.1017/ajil.2019.48

Peel, J., Osofsky, H., & Foerster, A. (2019). A “Next Generation” of Climate Change Litigation?: An Australian Perspective. Onati Socio-Legal Series, 9(3), 275-307. doi:10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1060

Timms, W., Nair, S., & Nelson, R. (2019). More Joules per Drop - How Much Water Does Unconventional Gas Use Compared to Other Energy Sources and What Are the Legal Implications?. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 36(5), 565-582.

Young, M. (2019). International Adjudication and the Commons. University of Hawaii Law Review, 41(2), 353-383.

Young, M. A., Nyhan, E., & Charlesworth, H. (2019). Studying Country-Specific Engagements with the International Court of Justice. JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE SETTLEMENT, 10(4), 582-598. doi:10.1093/jnlids/idz018

2018

Birrell, K and Godden, L, ‘Benefits and Sharing: Realizing Rights in REDD+’ (2018) 9(1) Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 6-31

Birrell, K, ‘Book Review: Global Politics and Its Violent Care for Indigeneity: Sequels to Colonialism’ (2018) 14(3) Law, Culture and the Humanities 538-540

Casinader, N, Wijeyaratne, R and Godden, L, ‘From Sovereignty to Modernity: Revisiting the Colebrooke-Cameron Reforms - Transforming the Buddhist and Colonial Imaginary in Nineteenth-Century Ceylon’ (2018) 6(1) Comparative Legal History 34-64

Chiam, M, Pahuja, S and Parker, J, ‘How To Run a Writing Workshop? On the Cultivation of Scholarly Ethics in ‘Global’ Legal Education’ (2018) 44(2) Australian Feminist Law Journal 289-302

Jukić, E., & Young, M. A. (2018). 18. Australia. Yearbook of International Environmental Law, 29, 363-373. doi:10.1093/yiel/yvz018

Horne, A, O’Donnell, E, Loch, A, Adamson, D, Hart, B and Freebairn, J, ‘Environmental Water Efficiency: Maximizing Benefits and Minimizing Costs of Environmental Water Use and Management’ (2018) 5(4) Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Water 1-10

Garrick, D, Hernandez-Mora, N and O'Donnell, E, ‘Water Markets in Federal Countries: Comparing Coordination Institutions in Australia, Spain and the Western USA’ (2018) Regional Environmental Change https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-018-1320-z

Macpherson, E and O’Donnell, E, '¿Necesitan Derechos Los Ríos? Comparando Estructuras Legales Para La Regulación De Los Ríos En Nueva Zelanda, Australia Y Chile [Do Rivers Need Rights? Comparing Legal Structures for River Regulation in New Zealand, Australia and Chile]' (2018) 25 Revista de Derecho Administrativo Economico 95

MacGregor, C, Petersen, A and Parker, C, ‘Hyping the Market for 'Anti-Ageing' in the News: From Medical Failure to Success in Self-Transformation’ (2018) 13(1) BioSocieties 64-80

Macgregor, C, Parker, C and Petersen, A, ‘Promoting a healthier, younger you: The media marketing of anti-ageing superfoods’ (2018) Journal of Consumer Culture doi: 10.1177/1469540518773825

McVeigh, S, ‘Reciprocal Relations: Formations of the Office of Legal Scholar’ (2018) 9(2) Jindal Global Law Review 231-238

O’Donnell, E, and Talbot-Jones, J, ‘Creating Legal Rights for Rivers: Lessons from Australia, New Zealand, and India’ (2018) 23(1) Ecology and Society 1-10

O’Donnell, E, ‘At the Intersection of the Sacred and the Legal: Rights for Nature in Uttarakhand, India.’ (2018) 30(1) Journal of Environmental Law 135-144

O’Donnell, E, ‘Legal rights for rivers: more power, less protection?’ (2018) (26) Journal of Water Law, 43-44

Parker, C and Haines, F, ‘An Ecological Approach to Regulatory Studies?’ (2018) 45(1) Journal of Law and Society 136-155, special issue edited by Morgan, B, and Thorpe, A, ‘Law for a new economy: enterprise, sharing, regulation’

Parker, C, Carey, R and Scrinis, G, ‘The Meat in the Sandwich: Welfare Labelling and the Governance of Meat-Chicken Production in Australia’ (2018) 45(3) Journal of Law and Society 341-369

Parker, C, Haines, F and Boehm, L, ‘The Promise of Ecological Regulation: The Case of Intensive Meat’ (2018) 59(1) Jurimetrics 15-42

Parker, C and Johnson, H, ‘Sustainable Healthy Food Choices: The Promise of 'Holistic' Dietary Guidelines as a National and International Policy Springboard’ (2018) 18(1) QUT Law Review 1-44

Parker, C, Scrinis, G, Carey, R and Boehm, L, ‘A Public Appetite for Poultry Welfare Regulation Reform: Why Higher Welfare Labelling is not Enough’ (2018) 43(4) Alternative Law Journal 238-243

Parker, C, Voon, T and O'Brien, P, ‘Law and Non-Communicable Diseases: International and Domestic Regulation of Food and Alcohol Special Issue – Editorial’ (2018) 18(1) QUT Law Review i-iii

Peel, J and Osofsky, H, ‘A Rights Turn in Climate Change Litigation?’ (2018) 7(1) Transnational Environmental Law 37-67

Womble, P, Perrone, D, Jasechko, S, Nelson, R, Szeptycki, L, Anderson, R and Gorelick, S, ‘Indigenous Communities, Groundwater Opportunities: A US Court Decision Unlocks Vast Potential to Improve Sustainable Freshwater Management’ (2018) 361(6401) Science 453-455

Young, M and Friedman, A, ‘Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction: Regimes and their Interaction’ (2018) 112 AJIL Unbound 123-128

2017

Barrera-Hernandez, L, Barton, B, Godden, L, Lucas, A and Ronne, A, ‘Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Energy and Resource Activity: a new book by SEERIL's Academic Advisory Group’ (2017) 35(3) Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law 317-323

Carey, R, Parker, C and Scrinis, G, ‘Capturing the Meaning of "Free Range": The Contest between Producers, Supermarkets and Consumers for the Higher Welfare Egg Label in Australia’ (2017) 54 Journal of Rural Studies 266-275

Cho, S and Kurtz, J, ‘The Limits of Isomorphism: Global Investment Law and the ASEAN Investment Regime’ (2017) 17(2) Chicago Journal of International Law 341-369.

Cho, S and Kurtz, J, ‘International Cooperation and Organizational Identities: The Evolution of the ASEAN Investment Regime’ (2017) 37(2) Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business 173-212

Crommelin, M. (2017). Book Review: Constitutional Conventions and the Headship of State: Australian Experience. Melbourne University Law Review, 40(3), 1132-1141. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Graham, N., Davies, M., & Godden, L. (2017). Broadening Law’s Context: Materiality in Socio-Legal Research. Griffith Law Review, 26(4), 480-510. doi:10.1080/10383441.2017.1548001

Foerster, A, Peel, J, Osofsky, H and McDonnell, B, ‘Keeping Good Company in the Transition to a Low Carbon Economy? An Evaluation of Climate Risk Disclosure Practices in Australia’ (2017) 35(3) Company and Securities Law Journal 154-183

Foerster, A and Peel, J, ‘US Fossil Fuel Companies Facing Legal Action for Misleading Disclosure of Climate Risks: Could it Happen in Australia?’ (2017) 32(3) Australian Environment Review 56-61

Gover, K. (2017). Book Review: A Fugitive Jurisprudence?. Transnational Legal Theory, 391-398.

Gover, K. (2017). A fugitive jurisprudence?. Transnational Legal Theory, 8(4), 391-398. doi:10.1080/20414005.2017.1433154

Jessup, B., & Carroll, C. (2017). The Sustainability Business Clinic - Australian Clinical Legal Education for a "New Environmentalism" and New Environmental Law. ENVIRONMENTAL AND PLANNING LAW JOURNAL, 34(6), 542-559. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Jessup, B., Godden, L., & Peel, J. (2017). Special Issue Editorial - Frontiers in Environmental Law. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 34(6), 469-474.

Jessup, B. (2017). Book review: The Tasmanian Dam Case 30 Years On: An Enduring Legacy. Law Institute Journal, 91(8), 60

Jessup, B, ‘Trajectories of Environmental Justice: From Histories to Futures and the Victorian Environmental Justice Agenda’ (2017) 7(1) Victoria University Law and Justice Journal 48-65

Jessup, B, ‘Book review: The Tasmanian Dam Case 30 Years On: An Enduring Legacy’ (2017) 91(8) Law Institute Journal 60

Jukić, E., & Young, M. A. (2017). 18. Australia. Yearbook of International Environmental Law, 28, 404-413. doi:10.1093/yiel/yvy065

Lunny, S, Nelson, R and Steinemann, A, ‘Something in the Air but not on the label: A Call for Increased Regulatory Ingredient Disclosure for Fragranced Consumer Products’ (2017) 40(4) University of New South Wales Law Journal 1366-1391

Palmer, A. (2017). Legal dimensions to valuing aesthetics in World Heritage decisions. Social and Legal Studies: an international journal, 581.

Parker, C, ‘Impact: How Law Affects Behavior’ (2017) 51(3) Law & Society Review 746-748

Parker, C, Le Mire, S and Mackay, A, ‘Lawyers, Confidentiality and Whistleblowing: Lessons from the McCabe Tobacco Litigation’ (2017) 40(3) Melbourne University Law Review 999-1056

Parker, C, Carey, R, De Costa, J and Scrinis, G, ‘Can the Hidden Hand of the Market be an Effective and Legitimate Regulator? The Case of Animal Welfare under a Labeling for Consumer Choice Policy Approach’ (2017) 11(4) Regulation & Governance 368-387

Peel, J, Osofsky, H and Foerster, A, ‘Shaping the 'Next Generation' of Climate Change Litigation in Australia’ (2017) 41(2) Melbourne University Law Review 793-844

Peel, J and Osofsky, H, ‘A Rights Turn in Climate Change Litigation?’ (2017) 7(1) Transnational Environmental Law 37-67

Peel, J and Osofsky, H, ‘Climate Change Litigation: Lessons and Pathways’ (2017) 29(11) Judicial Officers' Bulletin 99-104

Scrinis, G, Parker, C and Carey, R, ‘The Caged Chicken or the Free-Range Egg? The Regulatory and Market Dynamics of Layer-Hen Welfare in the UK, Australia and the USA’ (2017) 30(6) Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics 783-808

Young, M, ‘Energy Transitions and Trade Law: Lessons from the Reform of Fisheries Subsidies’ (2017) 17(3) International Environmental Agreements-Politics Law and Economics 371-390

2016

Carmody, E., Cosens, B., Gardner, A., Godden, L., Gray, J., Holley, C., Lee, L., Lindsay, B., Macpherson, E., Nelson, R., O’Donnell, E., O’Neill, L., Owens, K and Sinclair, D, “The Future of Water Reform in Australia — Starting a Conversation” (2016) 31(4) Australian Environment Review 132-138.

Curll, J, Parker, C., MacGregor, C and Petersen, A, ‘Unlocking the Energy of the Amazon? The Need for a Food Fraud Policy Approach to the Regulation of Anti-Ageing Health Claims on Superfood Labelling’ (2016) 44 Federal Law Review 419-449.

Genovese, A., McVeigh, S., Rush, P., “Lives Lived with Law: An Introduction” (2016) 20 Law Text Culture.
Godden, L, ‘Beyond Communal and Individual Ownership: Indigenous Land Reform in Australia’ (2016) 2 Australian Aboriginal Studies 129-131.

Godden, L and Cowell, S, ‘Conservation planning and Indigenous governance in Australia's Indigenous Protected Areas’ (2016) 24 Restoration Ecology 692-699.

Godden, L., & Tehan, M. (2016). REDD+: Climate Justice and Indigenous and Local Community Rights in an Era of Climate Disruption. Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law, 34(1), 95-108. doi:10.1080/02646811.2016.1121620

Godden, L. (2016). Beyond Communal and Individual Ownership: Indigenous Land Reform in Australia. Australian Aboriginal Studies, (2), 129-131. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Gover, K, “The Honour of the Crowns: State-Indigenous Fiduciary Relationships and Australian Exceptionalism” (2016) 38 Sydney Law Review 339.

Jukic, E and Young, M, ‘Country Report, Australia’, (2016) 26 Yearbook of International Environmental Law.

Manifold, M., & Jessup, B. (2016). SHIFTS IN VICTORIAN CLIMATE LAW AND THE PLANNING SYSTEM: INTERSECTED VIEWS FROM THE FIELD AND ACADEMIA. UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES LAW JOURNAL, 39(4), 1652-1685. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

McVeigh, S, “Jurisprudent of London: Arts of Association” (2016) 20 Law Text Culture.

Nelson, R, “Broadening Regulatory Concepts and Responses to Cumulative Impacts: Considering the Trajectory and Future of Groundwater Law and Policy” (2016) 33(4) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 356-371.

Nelson, R and Perrone, D, “Local Groundwater Withdrawal Permitting Laws in the South-Western US: California in Comparative Context” (2016) 54(6) Ground Water 747 – 820.

Nelson, R, and Perrone, D, “The Role of Permitting Regimes in Western United States Groundwater Management” (2016) 54(5) Groundwater 761-764, DOI: 10.1111/gwat.12467.

O’Neil, L., Godden, L., McPherson, E., O’Donnell, E, “Australia, Wet or Dry, North or South: Addressing Environmental Impacts and the Exclusion of Aboriginal Peoples in Northern Water Development” (2016) 33 Environmental and Planning Law Journal.

Osofsky, H., & Peel, J, “The Grass is not Always Greener: Congressional Dysfunction, Executive Action and Climate Change in Comparative Perspective” (2016) 91(1) Chicago Kent Law Review 139.

Osofsky, H, Benjamin, L., Gerrard, M., Peel, J, “The 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Significance and Implications for the Future” (2016) 46(4) Environmental Law Reporter 10267.

Osofsky, H., Benjamin, L., Gerrard, M., Peel, J., Titley, D, “The 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Significance and Implications for the Future” (2016) 46 Environmental Law Reporter.

Parker, C and De Costa, J, “Misleading the ethical consumer: The regulation of free-range egg labelling” (2016) 39 Melbourne University Law Review, 895-949.

Parker, C, “Introduction to Special Issue on Nudge” (2016) 38 Law & Policy.

Peel, J, “Foreword to the TEL Fifth Anniversary Issue: Re-evaluating the Principle of Common But Differentiated Responsibilities in Transnational Climate Change Law” (2016) 5(2) Transnational Environmental Law.

Peel, J, & Osofsky, H, “Energy Partisanship” (2016) 65(3) Emory Law Journal 695.

Peel, Jacqueline, and Hari Osofsky, “Energy Partisanship” (2016) 65(3) Emory Law Journal.

Scrinis, G., & Parker, C. (2016). Front-of-Pack Food Labeling and the Politics of Nutritional Nudges. Law and Policy, 38(3), 234-249. doi:10.1111/lapo.12058

Stephenson, S., Crommelin, M and Saunders, C, on The Judgments in Plaintiff M68-2015 v Commonwealth 2016” (29 February 2016) Opinions On High.

Rubenstein, N., Wallis, P.J., Ison, R., Godden, L, “Critical Reflections on Building a Community of Conversation about Water Governance in Australia” (2016) 9 Water Alternatives: an interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development.

Young, M, ‘International Trade Law Compatibility of Market-related Measures to Combat Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing’ (2016) 69 Marine Policy 209-219.

Jukić, E., & Young, M. A. (2016). 18. Australia. Yearbook of International Environmental Law, 27, 399-408. doi:10.1093/yiel/yvx059

2015

Michael Crommelin, ‘Powers of the Head of State’ (2015) 38 Melbourne University Law Review 1118.

Lee Godden, ‘Law and the Practices of ‘Damming’: Tasmanian Dams Case as a Turning Point’ (2015) 24 Griffith Law Review 127.

Brad Jessup, ‘Justice, recognition and environmental law: The Wielangta Forest conflict, Tasmania, Australia’ (2015) 34(1) University of Tasmania Law Review 5.

Brad Jessup and Clare McIlwraith, ‘The sexual legal geography in Comcare v PVYW‘ (2015) 38(4) University of New South Wales Law Journal 1484.

Wolfram Dressler, David Wilson, Jessica Clendenning, Rob Cramb, Sango Mahanty, Rodel Lasco, Rodney Keenan, Phuc To and Dixon Gevanag, ‘Examining how long fallow swidden systems impact upon livelihood and ecosystem services outcomes compared with alternative land-uses in the uplands of Southeast Asia’ (2015) 7(2) Journal of Development Effectiveness 210.

Rodney Keenan et al, ‘Dynamics of global forest area: Results from the FAO Global Forest Resources Assessment’ (2015) 352 Forest Ecology and Management 9.

Kiran Paudyala, Himlal Baralb and Rodney Keenan, ‘Local actions for the common good: Can the application of the ecosystem services concept generate improved societal outcomes from natural resource management?’ (2015) 56 Land Use Policy 327.

Benjamin L Preston, Lauren Rickards, Hartmut Fünfgeld, Rodney Keenan, ‘Toward reflexive climate adaptation research’ (2015) 14 Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 127.

Kiran Paudyal, Himlal Baral, Benjamin Burkhard, Santosh P Bhandari and Rodney Keenan, ‘Participatory assessment and mapping of ecosystem services in a data-poor region: case study of community-managed forests in central Nepal’ (2015) 13 Ecosystem Services 81.

Rodney Keenan, ‘Costa Rica: lessons from 30 years of forest and environmental policy’ (2015) 12 Revista Forestal Mesoamericana Kurú 1.

Rodney Keenan, ‘Climate change impacts and adaptation in forest management: a review’ (2015) 72 Annals of Forest Science 145.

Lily O’Neill, ‘The Role of State Governments in Native Title Negotiations: A Tale of Two Agreements’ (2015) 18(2) Australian Indigenous Law Review 29.

Elizabeth Macpherson and Erin O’Donnell ‘Desafíos para  la  Gestión de  Agua  Ambiental en  Chile:  Una Perspectiva Australiana’ [Challenges  for  Environmental Water  Management  in Chile:  An  Australian Perspective] (2015) 21  Revista de  Derecho Administrativo Economico 171.

Shaunnagh Dorsett and Shaun McVeigh, ‘Conduct of Laws: Native Title Responsibility, and Some Limits of Jurisdictional Thinking’ (2012) 36 Melbourne University Law Review 470.

Ann Genovese and Shaun McVeigh, ‘Nineteen Eighty Three: A Jurisographic Report on Commonwealth v Tasmania’ (2015) 24 Griffith Law Review 68.

A Horne, J Freebairn and Erin O'Donnell, 'Establishment of Environmental Water in the Murray-Darling Basin: An Analysis of Two Key Policy Initiatives' (2011) 15(1) Australian Journal of Water Resources 7.

Elizabeth Macpherson and Erin O’Donnell ‘Desafíos para  la  Gestión de  Agua  Ambiental en  Chile:  Una Perspectiva Australiana’ [Challenges  for  Environmental Water  Management  in Chile:  An  Australian Perspective] (2015) 21  Revista de  Derecho Administrativo Economico 171.

Lara Norman, 'No Butterfly Catchers Here! Citizen Science Involvemen in Environmental Impact Assessment Compliance Monitoring' (2018) 30(5) Environmental  and Planning Law Journal EPLJ

Lily O’Neill, Lee Godden, Elizabeth Macpherson and Erin O’Donnell, ‘Australia: Wet or Dry, North or South’ (2016) 33(4) Environmental and Planning Law Journal.  http://ssrn.com/abstract=2784598

2011-2014

Lee Godden and Casinader Niranjan, ‘The Kandyan Convention 1815: Consolidating the British Empire in Colonial Ceylon’ (2013) 2 Comparative Legal History 211.

Lee Godden, Francine Rochford, Jacqueline Peel, Lisa Caripis, and Rachel Carter, ‘Law, Governance and Risk: Deconstructing the Public-private Divide in Climate Change Adaptation’ (2013) 36 University of New South Wales Law Journal 224.

Kirsty Gover,'The Political of Descent: Adoption, Discrimination and Legal Pluralism in the Treaty Claims Settlements Process' (2011) 2 New Zealand Law Review 261.

Jessica Rae, Mahala Gunther and Lee Godden,'Governing Tropical Forests: REDD+. Certification and Local Forest Outcomes in Malaysia' (2011) 7(2) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 40.

Brad Jessup, ‘Environmental justice as spatial and scalar justice: A regional waste facility or a local rubbish dump out of place?’ (2013) 9 McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy 69.

Anne Kallies, 'The Impact Of Electricity Market Design On Access To The Grid And Transmission Planning For Renewable Energy: Can Overseas Examples Provide Guidance?' (2011) 2(2) Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review 147.

Lisa Caripis and Anne Kallies, ‘“Planning Away” Victoria’s Renewable Energy Future? Resolving the Tension Between the Local and Global in Windfarm Developments’ (2012) 29 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 415.

Lee Godden and Anthony Kung, 'Water Law and Planning Frameworks under Climate Change Variability: Systemic and Adaptive Management of Flood Risk' (2011) 25(15) Water Resources Management 4051.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘Australia’s Rejection of Investor-state Arbitration: Causation, Omission and Implication’ (2012) 27 ICSID Review: Foreign Investment Law Journal 65.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘The Shifting Landscape of International Investment Law and its Commentary’ (2012) 106 American Journal of International Law 686.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘Charting the Future of the Twin Pillars of International Economic Law’ (2014) 9 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 36.

Luis Eslava and Sundyha Pahuja, ‘Beyond the (Post)Colonial: TWAIL and the Everyday Life of International Law’ [2012] Verfassung und Recht in Uebersee: Law and Politics in Africa, Asia, and Latin America 195.

Sundhya Pahuja, ‘Laws of Encounter: A Jurisdictional Account of International Law’ (2013) 1 London Review of International Law 63.

Lisa Caripis, Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Rodney Keenan, 'Australia's Carbon Pricing Mechanism' (2011) 2(4) Climate Law 583.

Jacqueline Peel, 'Issues in Climate Change Litigation' (2011) 5(1) Carbon & Climate Law Review 15.

Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Rodney Keenan, 'Climate Change Law and Governance from the "Bottom Up": Introduction to the Special Issue' (2011) 2(4) Climate Law 45.

Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Cooperative Federalism and the Proposed COAG Reforms to the EPBC Act’ (2012) 28 Australian Environment Review 395.

Rodney Keenan, Lisa Caripis, Anita Foerster, Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Science and the Gov- ernance of Australia’s Climate Regime’ (2012) 2 Nature Climate Change 477.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Of Apples and Oranges (and Hormones in Beef): Science and the Standard Review in WTO Disputes under the SPS Agreement’ (2012) 61 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 427.

Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Rodney Keenan, ‘Climate Change Law in an Era of Multi-level Governance’ (2012) 1 Transnational Environmental Law 245.

Lee Godden, Francine Rochford, Jacqueline Peel, Lisa Caripis and Rachel Carter, ‘Law, Governance and Risk: Deconstructing the Public-Private Divide in Climate Change Adaptation’ (2013) 36 University of New South Wales Law Journal 224.

Hari Osofsky and Jacqueline Peel, ‘The Role of Litigation in Multilevel Climate Change Governance: Possibilities for a Lower Carbon Future?’ (2013) 30 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 303.

Hari Osofsky and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Litigation’s Regulatory Pathways and the Administrative State: Lessons from U.S. and Australian Climate Change Governance’ (2013) 25 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 207.

Jacqueline Peel and Hari Osofsky, ‘Climate Change Litigation’s Regulatory Pathways: A Comparative Analysis of the United States and Australia’ (2013) 35 Law & Policy 150.

Jacqueline Peel and Hari Osofsky, ‘Sue To Adapt?’ (2015) 99 Minnesota Law Review 2177.

Rafael Plaza, 'The South American Dilemma: Sustainable Development and Renewable Energies - Can Transnational Power Grids Assist in Solving It?' (2011) 7(2) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 19.

Rafael Plaza, ‘Biofuels Regulatory Frameworks in the Context of Energy Security and Climate Change’ (2012) New Jurist 1.

Jessica Rae, Mahala Gunther and Lee Godden, 'Governing Tropical Forests: REDD+. Certification and Local Forest Outcomes in Malaysia' (2011) 7(2) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 40.

Miranda Stewart, 'The Income Taxation of Native Title Agreements' (2011) 39 Federal Law Review 361.

Miranda Stewart and Holly Jager, ‘The Australian Parliamentary Budget Office: Shedding Light on the Dark Arts of Budgeting’ (2013) 24 Public Law Review 267.

Kathleen Birrell, Lee Godden and Maureen Tehan, 'Global Climate Change and REDD: Prisms for Conceiving Indigenous Peoples' Engagement' (2012) 3(2) Journal of Environment and Human Rights 196.

Lael Weis, ‘Resources and the Property Rights Curse’ (2015) 28 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 209.

Margaret Young, 'Climate Change Law and Regime Interaction' (2011) 5(2) Carbon & Climate Law Review 147.

Emma Jukic and Margaret Young, ‘Country Report: Australia’ (2013) 23 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 512.

Margaret Young, ‘Trade Measures to Address Environmental Concerns in Faraway Places: Jurisdictional Issues’ (2014) 23 Review of European Comparative and International Environmental Law 302.

Emma Jukic and Margaret Young, ‘Country Report: Australia’ (2014) 25 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 471.

Margaret Young and Rioseco Sullivan, ‘Evolution Through the Duty to Cooperate: Implications of the Whaling Case at the International Court of Justice’ (2015) 16 Melbourne Journal of International Law 310.

Michael Faure and Hao Zhang 'Environmental Criminal Law in China: A Critical Analysis' (2011) 41 Environmental Law Reporter 10024.

Hao Zhang, 'China's Low Carbon Strategy: The Role of Renewable Energy Law in Advancing Renewable Energy' (2011) 2(2) Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review 133.

Hao Zhang, ‘China’s Energy Conservation and Carbon Emissions Reduction System: Development and Status quo of the Regulatory and Institutional Framework’ (2012) 42 Environmental Law Reporter 10260.

Mark Burgman, Anna Carr,Lee Godden, Robin Gregory, Marissa McBride, Louisa Flander and Lynn Maguire, 'Redefining Expertise and Improving Ecological Judgement' (2011) 4(2) Conservation Letters 81.

Lisa Caripis, Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Rodney Keenan, 'Australia's Carbon Pricing Mechanism' (2011) 2(4) Climate Law 583.

Emma Cocks and Lee Godden, ‘The year in review - Country Report Australia 2011' (2011) 22(1) Yearbook of International Environmental Law 508.

Lee Godden, Raymond L Ison and Philip J Wallis (editorial), 'Water Governance in a Climate Change World: Appraising Systemic and Adaptive Effectiveness' (2011) 25(13) Water Resources Management 3971.

Lee Godden and Anthony Kung, 'Water Law and Planning Frameworks under Climate Change Variability: Systemic and Adaptive Management of Flood Risk' (2011) 25(15) Water Resources Management 4051.

Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Rodney Keenan, 'Climate Change Law and Governance from the "Bottom Up": Introduction to the Special Issue' (2011) 2(4) Climate Law 45.

Jessica Rae, Mahala Gunther and Lee Godden, 'Governing Tropical Forests: REDD+. Certification and Local Forest Outcomes in Malaysia' (2011) 7(2) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 40.

Kathleen Birrell, Lee Godden and Maureen Tehan, 'Global Climate Change and REDD: Prisms for Conceiving Indigenous Peoples' Engagement' (2012) 3(2) Journal of Environment and Human Rights 196.

Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Cooperative Federalism and the Proposed COAG Reforms to the EPBC Act’ (2012) 28 Australian Environment Review 395.

Rodney Keenan, Lisa Caripis, Anita Foerster, Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Science and the Gov- ernance of Australia’s Climate Regime’ (2012) 2 Nature Climate Change 477.

Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Rodney Keenan, R, ‘Climate Change Law in an Era of Multi-level Governance’ (2012) 1 Transnational Environmental Law 245.

Julia Dehm, ‘Tricks of Perception and Perspective: The Disappearance of Law and Politics in Carbon Markets; Reading Alexandre Kossoy and Phillippe Ambrosi, ‘State and Trends of the Carbon Market 2010’’ (2011) 7(2) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 1.

Anita Foerster, 'Developing Purposeful and Adaptive Institutions for Effective Environmental Water Governance' (2011) 25 Water Resources Management 4005.

Anita Foerster, ‘Emerging Environmental Water Governance in Australia’ (2012) 22 The Journal of Water Law 58.

Anita Foerster, ‘The Murray-Darling Basin Plan: A New Chapter of Sustainable Water Management?’ (2012) 27 Australian Environment Review 7.

Anita Foerster, ‘Victorian Bush re Planning: State driven, Locally Implemented?’ (2012) 27 Australian Environment Review 332.

Rodney Keenan, Lisa Caripis, Anita Foerster, Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Science and the Gov- ernance of Australia’s Climate Regime’ (2012) 2 Nature Climate Change 477.

Takele Bulto,'Judicial Referral of Constitutional Disputes in Ethiopia: From Practice to Theory' (2011) 19 African Journal of International and Comparative Law 99.

Lisa Caripis, Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and R Keenan, 'Australia's Carbon Pricing Mechanism' (2011) 2 (4) Climate Law 583.

Lisa Caripis and Anne Kallies, ‘“Planning Away” Victoria’s Renewable Energy Future? Resolving the Tension Between the Local and Global in Windfarm Developments’ (2012) 29 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 415.

Rodney Keenan, Lisa Caripis, Anita Foerster, Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Science and the Gov- ernance of Australia’s Climate Regime’ (2012) 2 Nature Climate Change 477.

Lee Godden, Francine Rochford, Jacqueline Peel, Lisa Caripis, and Rachel Carter, ‘Law, Governance and Risk: Deconstructing the Public-private Divide in Climate Change Adaptation’ (2013) 36 University of New South Wales Law Journal 224.

Emma Cocks and Lee Godden, ‘The year in review - Country Report Australia 2011' (2011) 22(1) Yearbook of International Environmental Law 508.

Michael Crommelin, ‘A Further Strand of the Federal Principle: Fortescue Metals Group Limited v The Commonwealth’ (2014) 32 Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 509.

Journal Articles Non-Refereed

Sarah Barker,  ‘Directors’ personal  liability  for corporate  inaction  on climate  change’ (2015) 1  Governance  Directions 21.

Sarah Barker, ‘Shareholder climate activism… but not as you know it’ (March 2015) Australian Energy and Resources Law Bulletin 18.

Sarah Barker and Jay Youngdahl, ‘Momentum  building  on climate  risk:  Fiduciary standards  evolving  toward including  new investing factors’, Pensions & Investments (online), 24 August 2015 <http://www.pionline.com/article/20150824/PRINT/308249981>.

Lee Godden, Anne Kallies and Lisa Caripis, ‘Regulating wind farms out of Victoria’, The Conversation,7 September 2011 <http://theconversation.edu .au/regulating-wind-fa rms-out-of-victoria-3125>.

Lisa Caripis, ‘The Victorian critical electricity infrastructure offences and climate change protest’ (2012) 92 Impact 11.

Lisa Caripis and Anne Kallies, ‘Victorian wind farm laws: a blow to Australia’s clean energy future?’, The Conversation, 4 September 2012 <http://theconversation.com/victorian-wind-farm-laws-a-blow-to-australias-clean-energy-future-9163>.

Lee Godden, Jacqueline Peel and Lisa Caripis, ‘Commonwealth should keep final say on environment protection’, The Conversation, 5 December 2012 <http://theconversation.com/commonwealth-should-keep-final-say-on-environment-protection-11047>.

Lisa Caripis and Ann Kallies, ‘Napthine Should Revisit Victoria’s Wind Farm Planning Laws’, The Conversation, 25 March 2013 <https://theconversation.com/napthine-should-revisit-victorias-wind-farm-planning-laws-12686>.

Lisa Caripis, ‘Victorian Law Change Abandons Native Forests to Loggers’, The Conversation, 27 May 2013 <https://theconversation.com/victorian-law-change-abandons-native-forests-to-loggers-14113>.

Lisa Caripis, ‘Carbon Pricing, One Year On: Independent Expertise is Crucial’, The Guardian (online), 1 July 2013 <https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jul/01/carbon-tax-anniversary-climate-change-authority>.

Lisa Caripis, ‘Comparing the Parties’ Climate Change and Renewables Policies’, The Conversation, 15 August 2013 <https://theconversation.com/comparing-the-parties-climate-change-and-renewables-policies-17057>.

Lisa Caripis, ‘The Coalition’s Climate Change Policy: It’s the Public, not Polluters, Who Pay’, The Guardian (online), 20 August 2013 <https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/aug/20/coalition-climate-change-direct-action>.

Lisa Caripis, ‘Securing Australia’s Future: Energy and Climate Change’, The Conversation, 4 December 2013 <https://theconversation.com/securing-australias-future-energy-and-climate-change-19691>.

Michael Crommelin, ‘The Mining Tax Court Challenge Explained’, The Conversation 20 August 2013 <https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/aug/20/coalition-climate-change-direct-action>.

Michael Crommelin, ‘The MRRT Survives, for Now: Fortescue Metals Group Ltd v Commonwealth’ on Opinions on High (16 September 2013) <http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/opinionsonhigh/2013/09/16/crommelin-fortescue/>.  

Cheryl Saunders and Michael Crommelin, ‘Reforming Australian Federal Democracy’ (2015) 74(3) Meanjin Quarterly.

Lee Godden, Anne Kallies and Lisa Caripis, ‘Regulating wind farms out of Victoria’, The Conversation (7 September 2011) <http://theconversation.edu .au/regulating-wind-fa rms-out-of-victoria-3125>.

Lee Godden, Jacqueline Peel and Lisa Caripis, ‘Commonwealth should keep final say on environment protection’, The Conversation, 5 December 2012 <http://theconversation.com/commonwealth-should-keep-final-say-on-environment-protection-11047>.

Lee Godden, ‘Book Review: The Right to Water: Politics, Governance and Social Struggles’ (2013) 4 Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 231.

Kirsty Gover, 'Book Review: The Elusive Promise of Indigenous Development: Rights, Culture, Strategy' (2011) 12 Melbourne Journal of International Law 419.

Brad Jessup, ‘The Californian Global Warming Solutions Act, Climate Justice and Objections to Cap-and- Trade’ (2013) 28 Australian Environment Review 684.

Brad Jessup, ‘Book Review: Climate Change and Australia’ (2013) 87 Law Institute Journal 68.

Brad Jessup, ‘News: Waiting for the Mining Tax Case and Forgetting About Any Carbon Price Case’ on Opinions on High (6 August 2013) <http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/opinionsonhigh/2013/08/06/news-waiting-for-the-mining-tax-case-and-forgetting-about-any-carbon-price-case/>.

Brad Jessup, ‘Let’s link up: joining our carbon price to California’s’, The Conversation, 23 January 2013 <http://theconversation.com/lets-link-up-joining-our-carbon-price-to-californias-11701>.

Katherine Lake and Brad Jessup, ‘The sharing economy’, The Age (online), 10 March 2014 <http://www.theage.com.au/national/education/voice/the-sharing-economy-20140303-33ygj.html>.

Brad Jessup, ‘Personal and Geographic Perspectives of the Same Sex Marriage Case’, E-Qual (online), 2014.

Brad Jessup, ‘The court hurts: A personal reflection on Commonwealth v ACT (Same Sex Marriage case)’ (2014) 39(1) Alternative Law Journal 45.

Brad Jessup, 'Book Review: Climate Change and Coastal Development Law in Australia' (2015) 89(8) Law Institute Journal 67.

Lee Godden, Anne Kallies and Lisa Caripis, ‘Regulating wind farms out of Victoria’, The Conversation (7 September 2011) <http://theconversation.edu .au/regulating-wind-fa rms-out-of-victoria-3125>.

Lisa Caripis and Anne Kallies, ‘Victorian wind farm laws: a blow to Australia’s clean energy future?’, The Conversation, 4 September 2012 <http://theconversation.com/victorian-wind-farm-laws-a-blow-to-australias-clean-energy-future-9163>.

Lisa Caripis and Ann Kallies, ‘Napthine Should Revisit Victoria’s Wind Farm Planning Laws’ The Conversation, 25 March 2013 <https://theconversation.com/napthine-should-revisit-victorias-wind-farm-planning-laws-12686>.

Jürgen Kurtz, 'The Australian Trade Policy Statement on Investor-State Dispute Settlement' (2011) 15(22) American Society of International Law Insights <https://www.asil.org/insights/volume/15/issue/22/australian-trade-policy-statement-investor-state-dispute-settlement>.

Jürgen Kurtz, ‘Book Review: On Inter-Disciplinary and Inter-Systemic Approaches to International Investment Law’ (2015) 16 Journal of World Investment and Trade 557.

Shaun McVeigh, 'Reasons to be Satisfied: Tim Dare and the Limits of Positivist Legal Ethics' (2011) 36 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy 166.

Shaun McVeigh, ‘Afterword: Office and the Conduct of the Minor Jurisprudent’ (2015) 5 UC Irvine Law Review 499.

Erin O’Donnell, ‘Australia’s environmental water holders: who is managing our environmental water?’ (2013) 28(3) Australian Environment Review 508.

Lily O’Neill, ‘Marcia Langton’s ‘quiet revolution’ and what you don’t hear about James Price Point’, The Conversation, 12 December 2012 <http://theconversation.com/marcia-langtons-quiet-revolution-and-what-you-dont-hear-about-james-price-point-11256 >.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Book Review: Law and Climate Change: Multidimensional Perspectives’ (2013) 3 Carbon & Climate Law Review 220.

Jacqueline Peel, ‘The Australian Carbon Pricing Mechanism: Promise and Pitfalls on the Pathway to a Clean Energy Future’ (2014) 15 Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 429.

Miranda Stewart, ‘A Budget for Citizens - but where is the Tax Reform Vision?’ The Conversation, 15 May 2013 <https://theconversation.com/a-budget-for-citizens-but-where-is-the-tax-reform-vision-14268>.

Miranda Stewart, ‘Chasing Tax Across Countries: A Test Case’, The Conversation, 5 June 2013 <https://theconversation.com/chasing-tax-across-countries-a-test-case-14756>.

Miranda Stewart, ‘The Tussle over Australia’s Company Tax’, The Conversation, 19 August 2013 <https://theconversation.com/the-tussle-over-australias-company-tax-16354>.

Conference Papers

Birrell, K. Laws in Place: Anthropocene Encounters, paper presented at the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities Twenty-Third Annual Conference, Quinnipiac University (North Haven, Connecticut, USA, Mar 2020).

Birrell, K. Laws in Place: Re-Storying for the Anthropocene, paper presented (by invitation) at the “Storying Climate Change and the ‘Environmental Resonance Dilemma’”, The University of Melbourne, Workshop with Professor Susan Crate (Feb 2020).

Birrell, K. Reckoning with Rights: Storying New Worlds for End Times, paper presented at the Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Conference – ‘Juris Apocalypse Now! Law in End Times’, Southern Cross University School of Law and Justice (Gold Coast, Dec 2019).

Birrell, K. Emplacement in the ‘Anthropocene’: Encountering Laws in Place, paper presented at the “Writing Place, Writing Laws: Laws & the Humanities in the ‘Anthropocene’” Workshop (Melbourne Law School, May 2019) (which I convened).

Birrell, K. Resilience, Resistance, Regeneration: Catastrophism in the Anthropocene, paper presented at the annual Critical Legal Conference – ‘Regeneration’, The Open University (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom, Sept 2018).

Birrell, K. Resilient Subjects, Resistant Storytelling: Critical Methodologies in the Anthropocene, paper presented at the ‘Narratives of Climate Change’ Conference, The University of Newcastle (NSW, July 2018).

Birrell, K. Narrating Climate Change: Resilient Subjects, Resistant Storytelling, paper presented at the Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Conference – ‘Dissents and Dispositions’, La Trobe/Melbourne Law School (Melbourne, Dec 2017) (which I co-convened).

Birrell, K. Juridical Environmentality, Literary Ecologies, paper presented at the Australasian Association for Literature Conference – ‘Literary Environments: Place, Planet and Translation’, Griffith University (Gold Coast, June 2017).

Birrell, K.  ‘Critical’ Counter-Narratives: (Re)Imagining Climate Change Governance, paper presented at the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference – ‘Disruption, Temporality, Law’, Griffith University (Brisbane, Dec 2016).

Bartel, S., Bohnet, I., Brockett, B., Browne, A., Connelly, A., Goldstein, B., . . . Schwizer, S. (2018). Emergent landscapes: exploring social-ecological interdisciplinarity. In A. Rawluk, R. Beilin, & H. Bender (Eds.), Emergent landscapes: exploring social-ecological interdisciplinarity (pp. 1-52). Melbourne, VIC, Australia: School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, University of Melbourne.

Book launch Speech, Book launch: ‘Jesting Pilate’, Crennan and Gummow (eds), at Supreme Court of Victoria Library, 24 June 2019

O’Donnell, E, Rivers in the Anthropocene: rights, responsibilities and legal personality, Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand conference (December 12-15, 2018 Woollongong) (Contribution: 100%)

O’Donnell, E (Keynote), River Rights in India and Colombia, International Symposium: Exploring our legal relationship with the living world (October 25-26 2018, Brisbane) (Contribution: 100%)

O’Donnell, E and A Horne Can you sue a river? Implications for integrated water resource management, World Water Week international conference (August 26-31 2018, Stockholm) (Contribution: 90%)

O’Donnell, E (invited speaker and facilitator of workshop), Legal Rights for Rivers: could (should) it happen in Australia? 9th Australian Stream Management Conference (August 12-14 2018, Hobart)

Garrick, D,E, De Stefano, L, Turley, L, Aguilar-Barajas, I, Schreiner, B, de Souza, R, O’Donnell, E and Horne, A, Dividing the Water, Sharing the Benefits: Rural Water for Thirsty Cities, The World Bank, Washington DC (2018)

L. Godden, ‘Overview’, presented at Mapping The (Bi) polarities of Climate Change Law - International Bar Association Conference Seoul, South Korea 23 September 2019.

R. Ison and L. Godden, ‘Participatory decision-making and resilient water governance’ Academy of Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) National Workshop: Going Beyond the Crisis Response: Building Trust and Maintaining Legitimacy in Environmental Flows, Melbourne Law School 27-28 November 2017.

L. Godden ‘Energy Smart Cities: Your Utopia My Dystopia’ Architects for Peace, Melbourne July 2017.

L. Godden ‘Drought Risk, Science and Management: Water Governance: Australian Experience’ Marius Drought Symposium, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford UK, September 26, 2016.

L. Godden ‘Water Law Reform: Perspectives from Australia’, ‘OUTstanding’ Challenges – Fresh Water, Resource Management Law Association (RMLA) Conference, Nelson, NZ, 23 September 2016.

Jessup, B, Giving up on a species in place: A geographic analysis of the operation of the EPBC Act on the Tasmanian Devil, Annual Conference of the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand, Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, 6 December 2019

Jessup, B, Drought, deaths and prayers. Won’t someone think of the Australian Farmer. Journal or Environmental Law 2019 Workshop: environmental law and populism, Oxford, 20 November 2019

Jessup, B, Statues of Conflict and Mockery: A View from Margaret River on Participation in Planning Law, UCL Faculty of Laws, London, 22 October 2019

Jessup, B, NIMBYs no more: Bulga, Rocky Hill and the rise of local environmental justice in fossil fuel development, IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Annual Colloquium, Kuala Lumpur, 7 August 2019

Jessup, B, Conflicts over statues: The legal geographies of time, humour and violence, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Hobart, 12 July 2019

Jessup, B, Places of Justice in Australian Environmental Law: Lessons from Victorian and NSW Coal-mining Towns, RegNet, The Australian National University, 30 April  2019

Jessup, B, The Statues of Margaret River: From Conflict to Participation in Planning Law, Australian Legal Geography Symposium; The University of Melbourne, 22 February 2019

Jessup, B, Gender and Justice from the Environmental Frontline, Frontiers of Environmental Law Colloquium, Queensland University of Technology, 14 February 2019

Nelson, R, Groundwater Production Wells as a Novel Approach to Understanding Sedimentary Basins, with Debra Perrone and Scott Jasechko, Geological Society of America Conference, 21-30 October 2020

Nelson, R, Time and Space in the Regulation of Coal Seam Gas, Legal Geography Symposium, University of Sydney, 6 February 2020

Nelson, R, GDEs: The Bigger Picture, Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems Reference Group (comprised of federal and state agency representatives), Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, March 2020

Nelson, R, Laws Addressing Cumulative Effects: A Broader View, IAIA2019: Evolution or Revolution: Where Next for Impact Assessment?, International Association for Impact Assessment, Brisbane, 29 April – 2 May 2019

Nelson, R, Keynote speaker at Cumulative Environmental Effects and Project-Based Assessments, 20 years of the EPBC Act – Looking Back, Looking Forward: A Symposium to Canvass Key Priorities for the Review of Our National Environmental Laws, ANU, 29 March 2019

Nelson, R, Cumulative Environmental Effects: An Exploratory Spatio-Legal Approach to Analysing Urban Stormwater Controls, 5th Frontiers in Environmental Law Colloquium, QUT, 14-15 February

Nelson, R, Triggering Change? An Empirical Analysis of Regulating the Cumulative Environmental Effects of Coal Seam Gas Extraction under Australian Federal Environmental Law¸ Energy Transitions: Governing Unconventional Gas, Renewables and the Energy-Environment Nexus, UNSW, 5-6 February

Nelson, R, Water in a Concrete Jungle: Laws to (Un)Pave the way to Healthy Urban Streams, Seminar, Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, Melbourne Law School, 5 December 2018

Nelson, R, Water in a Concrete Jungle: Laws to (Un)Pave the way to Healthy Urban Streams, Waterway Ecosystem Research Group, University of Melbourne, Burnley, 14 February 2019

Rebecca Nelson, ‘The Sydney Catchments as a Socio-Ecological System in Law’ in Stephan Barthel et al, Emergent Landscapes: Exploring Social-Ecological Interdisciplinarity (Conference proceedings, School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, University of Melbourne, 2018) 35-37.

Perrone, D and Nelson, R, ‘Western Water Dashboard: Debunking Common Perceptions of Western Groundwater Management’, (American Water Resources Association 2016 Annual Water Resources Conference, Orlando, Florida, 13-17 November 2016).

Nelson, R, ‘Groundwater, Rivers and Ecosystems: Regulatory and Policy Approaches to Making the Links’, (by videolink) (Groundwater Data in the SGMA Context: Identifying Groundwater Data Needs, Challenges, and Potential Solutions, Stanford University, 28 January 2016).

Nelson, R, (Keynote) ‘Past the Frontiers of Water Planning’, (Murray-Darling Basin Authority Water Planners’ Forum 3, Goolwa, South Australia, 10 May 2016).

Nelson, R, Expert discussant, Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, (Workshop: Climate Change Adaptation in the Murray-Darling Basin, University of Melbourne, 22 July 2016).

Nelson, R, ‘Groundwater and Complexity: How Can Law Cope?’, (seminar delivered to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Floreat, Western Australia, as part of the CSIRO Land & Water Seminar Series, 27 Oct 2016).

Nelson, R, ‘Regulating the Cumulative Impacts of Groundwater Withdrawals: Australia and Further Afield’, as recipient of the 2016 Distinguished Lecturer Award of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (Australia) and the Australian National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training. Lectures delivered in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Townsville, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart from Oct-Dec 2016.

Nelson, R, ‘Regulating the Cumulative Impacts of Groundwater Withdrawals: Australia and Further Afield’, (Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mining Development, Canberra, 12 Dec 2016).

Nelson, R, Regulating the cumulative impacts of groundwater withdrawals: Australia and further afield’ (2016 Australia wide series of lectures).

O'Donnell, E, Horne, A, Head, B and Godden, L, Cry me a river: Going beyond the crisis response: building trust and maintaining legitimacy in environmental flows (2018). http://www.assa.edu.au/academy-workshop-report-cry-me-a-river/, Academy of Social Sciences Australia

E O’Donnell, A Poelina and A Pelizzon (Plenary) Recognising the rights of ancestral beings ‘Earth Sea Fire Spirit: Earth Laws Asia Pacific’, Griffith University (14-16 October 2020, Brisbane)

E O’Donnell (invited speaker) A voice for the River Yarra: sovereignty and rights for rivers, ‘A legal personality and rights for rivers. Should the St. Lawrence River be made a legal entity with rights?’ Observatoire international des droits de la nature web-based conference (22 June 2020, Montréal, Quebec, Canada)

E O’Donnell, Fear of a legally powerful environment: implications for environmental law, Frontiers 3 Annual Environmental Law Colloquium, Melbourne Law School (15-16 February 2017, Melbourne)

E O’Donnell, Using the corporation to protect rivers in Australia and NZ: integrating rights for nature into existing legal frameworks, Australian Earth Laws Alliance Conference ‘The Future of Australian Environmental Law: Politics, Reform and Community Activism’, Griffith University (20-21 October 2016, Brisbane)

E O’Donnell (Plenary), Birrarung Council: A voice for the River Yarra, Oceania Ecosystem Services Forum (3-6 September 2019, Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand)

E O’Donnell, Rivers in the Anthropocene: rights, responsibilities and legal personality, Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand conference (December 12-15, 2018 Woollongong)

E O’Donnell (Keynote), River Rights in India and Colombia, International Symposium: Exploring our legal relationship with the living world (October 25-26 2018, Brisbane)

E O’Donnell and A Horne, Can you sue a river? Implications for integrated water resource management, World Water Week international conference (August 26-31 2018, Stockholm)

E O’Donnell, Making environmental water “work” as intended: aligning objectives, allocation and management, 20th International Riversymposium and environmental flows conference (September 18-21 2017, Brisbane)

E O’Donnell, Environmental Water Managers: what happens when the environment has legal rights?, 20th International Riversymposium and environmental flows conference (September 18-21 2017, Brisbane)

Barr, O. (2017). Legal Footprints: A Participation-Based Performance. Warwick, England: Critical Legal Conference.

O'Donnell, E, Horne, A, Head, B and Godden, L, Going Beyond the Crisis Response: Building Trust and Maintaining Legitimacy for all Stakeholders in Environmental Flows and Water Governance, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Australia (2017)

Parker, C, Can Labelling Create Transformative Food System Change for Human and Planetary Health? A Case Study of Meat’, Sheffield Institute for Company and Commercial Law, University of Sheffield, and Centre for Socio Legal Studies, University of Oxford, 25 November 2020 (online and 16 July 2020 (online)

Parker, C, Leveraging Investor Driven Governance for Food System Sustainability, Nexus Governance in the Context of Climate Change: The Role of Non-State Actors, Kings College London and UNSW, 10-20 November 2020

Parker, C, Can Ethical Labelling Make Food System Health, Sustainable and Just? Lessons from a Critical Evaluation of the Democratic Governance Capacity of Animal Welfare Labelling, Harvard Law School, 23 April 2019

Parker, C, Labelling for Sustainable, Healthy, Fair Food Systems? A Critical Evaluation of the Democratic, Transformative Governance Capacity of Food Labelling, American  Bar Foundation, Chicago, 1 May 2019

Parker, C, A protein shake-up? The promise and pitfalls of investor driven governance for advocacy against intensive animal agriculture, Law Society Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 30 May – 2 June 2019

Parker, C, Saving People and the Planet: Exiting the Consumptagenic System, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Canberra, 12 November 2019

Parker, C, Challenging intense industrial animal farming: Is there a potential for holistic labelling and certification standards to address the interconnectedness of human, (non-human) animal and ecological wellbeing? Food Governance Conference, The University of Sydney, 3-5 July 2019

Parker, C, Can Labelling Create Holistic Transformative Food System Change?, Melbourne Governance Workshop on “Interactions between private and public authority in global (business) governance”, The University of Melbourne, 2-3 December 2019

Parker, C, Sustainable Food Systems Policy Seminar series, co-host with Dr Rachel Carey, Melbourne Sustainable Societies Institute, 2019-2020

Parker, C, Saving People and the Planet: Exiting the Consumptagenic System, Co-hosted with Prof Sharon Ariel and Dr Ashley Schram, Academy of Social Sciences Symposium, 12 November 2019

Parker, C, Panel on “Animals and the food system”, Co-convenor with Dr Hope Jonhson, Food Governance Conference, university of Sydney Law School, 3-5 July 2019

Parker, C, Convenor of Collaborative Research Network for US Law and Society Association on Law and the Food System, US Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, 30 May – 2 June 2019

PARKER, C., “The Politics of Market-Based Governance and the Challenge of Ecological Regulation”, Invited opening plenary keynote at RENFORCE Anniversary Conference, Utrecht University, Law School, 22-23 November 2018.

PARKER, C. “The challenge of eco social regulation in a consumptogenic world”, Invited Plenary Speech, Society for the Advancement of Socio Economics Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, 23-25 June 2018.

Parker, C, [Presenter], Lemire, S and Mackay, A, ‘Dale v Clayton Utz: Lessons for lawyers about confidentiality and whistle-blowing’. (Australian and New Zealand Legal Ethics Colloquium 3 December 2015; ANU Law Reform Conference, April 2016).

Parker, C, and Kerr, S, ‘Dangerous Climate Change – A Musical Response and an Inquiry into Academic-Artistic Co-production of Social Change’, (Law School, University of New England, Armidale, 5 May 2016).

Parker, C, ‘Unleashing the power of the Amazon? Regulating interacting anti-ageing, eco and fair trade claims in superfood marketing: the case of acai berries’. (Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Fri 2 June 2016).

Parker, C, and Haines, F, ‘An ecological approach to regulatory studies’. Presented at Colloquium: Between Activism and Enterprise: The Role of Law in Redefining Growth and Prosperity in the New Economy, (Law Faculty, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Sunday 14 to Monday 15 August 2016).

Parker, C, ‘Deception or Inception? Does Higher Animal Welfare Labelling Create a Pathway for Greater Recognition of Animal Rights in Food Production in Australia or Just Mislead Ethical Consumers’. (Food Politics: From the Margins to the Mainstream, University of Tasmania, 30 June to 1 July 2016).

Similar talks were given at University of Melbourne on 3 October and **Griffith University on 10 October 2016.

Parker, C, [Presenter], SCRINIS, G. & CAREY, R., ‘The meat in the sandwich’, (Governing Food Workshop, Law Faculty, The University of Sydney, 2 November 2016).

Haines, F and Parker, C, ‘An ecological approach to regulatory studies’, (Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Saturday 3 June 2016).

Peel, J, Human rights and climate – connecting human rights and climate risk management and activism, 2019 Australian Dialogue on Business and Human Rights, October 2019

Peel, J, Climate change hypothetical: the road to ruin, Australian Academies of Science and Law Panel, August 2019

Peel, J, The Role of Corporate Law Tools in Private Sector Energy Transition, Energy Transitions: Governing Unconventional Gas, Renewables and the Energy-Environment Nexus’, PLuS Alliance, UNSW Law and the Evolving Securities Initiative, February 2019

Peel, J, Convener of Trends in Climate Change Litigation, Melbourne Law School, July 2019

Peel, J, Rocky Hill Coal Mine case, Faculty Research Series, March 2019

Peel, J, Convener of Innovation at the Frontiers of International Environmental Law, Frontiers of International Environmental Law, March 2019

Peel, J, Climate Change Litigation, Presentations to Supreme People’s Procuratorate and Supreme People’s Court, Beijing, April 2019

Jacqueline Peel, International climate law DFAT Staff Training, May 2019

Jacqueline Peel, Convenor of Focus Group on impact of strategic climate litigation EME Support/ Evaluation of ClientEarth Phase, 2 June 2019

Jacqueline Peel, Transnational Climate Litigation: the Contribution of the Global South (Speaker & Coordinator) Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law 2019 Annual Conference, July 2019

Jacqueline Peel Lead Author, chapter 14 Second Lead Author Meeting, IPCC October 2019

Jacqueline Peel Lead Author, chapter 14 First Lead Author Meeting, IPCC March/ April 2019

Jacqueline Peel Award of fellowship Australian Social Sciences Academy November 2019

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Global Trends in Climate Change Litigation’ (Presentation at Expert Panel on Super Funds, Climate and the Law, Melbourne, 22 August 2018)

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Implementing the Paris Agreement: The Role of Business’ (Presentation at the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law conference, Wellington, 5-7 July 2018)

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Disclosing and Managing Physical Risk – a new driver for private sector adaptation?’ (Presentation at NCCARF Climate Adaptation 2018, Melbourne, 7-10 May 2018)

Jacqueline Peel, ‘Corporate Climate Justice? Imagining a Different Future – Overcoming Barriers to Climate Justice’ (Hobart, 9 May 2018)

Anita Foerster and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Regulating the Energy Transition: Issues at the Intersection of Energy and Environmental Law’ (Oxford Conference, 30 June - 1 July 2016)

Anita Foerster and Jacqueline Peel ‘Liability for Misleading Disclosure of Climate Risks: Could US-style claims happen in Australia?’ (NELA conference, Melbourne, 18 November 2016)

Margaret Young, ‘Protection of the Marine Environment’ panelist, Fifth International Conference on the Law of the Sea, Korean Society of International Law, Seoul, Korea, 3-4 December 2020 (Zoom)

Margaret Young, Legal Responses to Climate Change: The Audacity of International Adjudication, Inaugural Lecture of the European University Institute Law Department, Florence, Italy 19 September

Margaret Young in panel discussion with Professor James Bacchus, The Appellate Body Crisis, Department of Foreign Affairs, Canberra 13 June

Margaret Young, Managing International Environmental Law Futures, Australian New Zealand Society of International Law Annual Conference, Canberra 4 July

Margaret Young, Address to Ambassadors on fisheries subsidies International, Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), Geneva, Switzerland June 2019

Margaret Young, The Chagos Archipelago Advisory Opinion: A Panel Discussion, Melbourne Law School 26 March

Margaret Young, Address to Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Legal Division Retreat, Canberra 22 March

Margaret Young, International Court of Justice International Law and Australia: From Empire to the Contemporary World, La Trobe University City Campus, 19-20 July

Working Papers and Reports

2022

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2022). Guidance on Policy and Legislation for Integrated Waste Management during a Pandemic. Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme.

2021

O'Donnell, E., Godden, L., & O'Bryan, K. (2021). Cultural Water for Cultural Economies: Cultural Water for Cultural Economies. https://law.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/3628637/Final-Water-REPORT-spreads.pdf: University of Melbourne. Retrieved from https://law.unimelb.edu.au/

Parker, C., & Johnson, H. (2021). Submission to the Senate Inquiry on Definitions of Meat and other Animal Products.

Carey, R., Parker, C., Robinson, E., & Sacks, G. (2021). Investing for Sustainable Food Systems: Current Practice in Australia.

Robinson, E., Carey, R., Parker, C., & Sacks, G. (2021). Investing for Nurtrition and Obesity Prevention: Current Practice in Australia.

2020

Gover, K. (2020). Treaties and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: The Significance of Article 37: UNDRIP Implementation: Comparative Approaches, Indigenous Voices from CANZUS. Canada: Centre for International Governance Innovation. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/cigi/docs/undrip3-web

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). Capacity Assessment for Waste Legislation in the 15 PacWastePlus Participating Countries. Samoa: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme.

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). Capacity Assessment for Waste Legislation in the 15 PacWastePlus Participating Countries. Samoa: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme.

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). Capacity Assessment for Waste Legislation in the 15 PacWastePlus Participating Countries. Samoa: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme.

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). PacWastePlus Waste Legislative Review National Options Papers for Waste Legislation in the 15 PacWastePlus Participating Countries. Samoa: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme.

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). Legislative Opportunity Assessment and Needs Analysis for Waste Legislation in the 15 PacWastePlus Participating Countries. Samoa: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme.

Peel, J., Godden, L., Palmer, A., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). PacWastePlus Waste Legislative Review Regional Solutions Assessment. Samoa: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme.

Stewart, M., Wong, T. C., & Breunig, R. (2020). How can we compare tax systems?: TTPI Policy Brief 5/2020. Australia: Tax and Transfer Policy Institute.

2019

Rimmer, B., Saunders, C., & Crommelin, M. (2019). Working Better with other Jurisdictions: Working Better with other Jurisdictions: An ANZSOG Research Paper for the Australian Public Service Review Panel. Australia: Australia & New Zealand School of Government.

Peel, J., & Osofsky, H. (2019). Children's Investment Fund Foundation: ClientEarth Phase 2 Investment - Survey: Report on Results. Australia: University of Melbourne.

Peel, J., Osofsky, H., & Lin, J. (2019). Children's Investment Fund Foundation: ClientEarth Phase 2 Investment - Mid-line Evaluation Report. Australia: University of Melbourne.

Ingles, D., Phillips, B., & Stewart, M. (2019). A Basic Income for Australia? Exploring Rationale, Design, Distribution and Cost (8/2019). Austrlia: Centre for Social Research & Methods, Australian National University.

Redonda, A., Galasso, V., Mazur, M., Stewart, M., & Whittaker, M. (2019). Taxation in Aging Societies: Increasing the Effectiveness and Fairness of Pension Systems. Japan: Task Force “Aging Population and its Economic Impact + Immigration (T20).

2018

Nelson, R, Godden, L, and Lindsay, B, Cultural Flows: A Multi-Layer Plan for Cultural Flows in Australia: Legal and Policy Design, National Native Title Council (2018)

Nelson, R, Godden, L, and Lindsay, B, A Pathway to Cultural Flows in Australia, National Native Title Council (2018)

Parker, C, Carey, R and Scrinis, G, Higher Welfare Labelling for Chicken Meat: A Summary of Findings from the Project Regulating Food Labels: The Case of Free Range Food Products in Australia, The University of Melbourne, Australia (2018)

Parker, C, Carey, R and Scrinis, G, Higher Welfare Labelling for Pig Meat: A Summary of Findings from the Project Regulating Food Labels: The Case of Free Range Food Products in Australia, The University of Melbourne, Australia (2018)

Parker, C., Carey, R., & Scrinis, G. (2018). Higher welfare labelling for eggs: A summary of findings from the project Regulating Food Labels: The case of free range food products in Australia. The University of Melbourne.

Stewart, M. (2018). Redistribution between Rich and Poor Countries. Australia: Australian National University, Crawford School of Public Policy.

Wong, T. C., & Stewart, M. (2018). Budget Transparency: The Open Budget Survey 2017 (TTPI Policy Brief 2/2018). Australia: Australian National University, Crawford School of Public Policy.

Stewart, M. (2018). Personal Income Tax Cuts and the New Child Care Subsidy: Do They Address High Effective Marginal Tax Rates on Women's Work (TTPI Policy Brief 1/2018). Australia: Australian National University, Crawford School of Public Policy.

2017

O'Donnell, E, Horne, A, Head, B and Godden, L, Going Beyond the Crisis Response: Building Trust and Maintaining Legitimacy for all Stakeholders in Environmental Flows and Water Governance, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Australia (2017)

O'Donnell, E, Maloney, M and Parker, C, New Developments in the Legal Status of Rivers, Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, University of Melbourne and Austalian Earth Laws Alliance, Australia (2017)

Fowler, R, Farrier, D, Godden, L, Cunningham, N, Holley, C, Jaireth, H, Lindsay, B, McDonald, J, Makuch, Z, Martin, P, Peel, J, Richardson, B, Walmsley, R and Wilcor AO QC, M, Blueprint for the Next Generation of Australian Environmental Law, Australian Panel of Experts on Environmental Law, Australia (2017). full paper available at: apeel.org.au

Peel, J., Osofsky, H., & Foerster, A. (2017). Children's Investment Fund Foundation: Evaluation of CIFF's Support to Strategic Litigation on Climate in Europe - Evaluation Report - Final. Australia: UoM Commercial Ltd.

2016

Godden, L and O’ Neill, L, Environment Protection Authority Victoria: Comparison of Australian and International approaches to hazardous waste management, 2016

Osofsky, H., & Peel, J. (2016). Children's Investment Fund Foundation: Evaluation of CIFF's Support to Strategic Litigation on Climate in Europe - Evaluation Plan: Children's Investment Fund Foundation: Evaluation of CIFF's Support to Strategic Litigation on Climate in Europe - Evaluation Plan (UoMC Ref:2015-161). Australia: University of Melbourne Commercial Ltd.

Young, M., & Smith, C. (2016). International laws for forest governance. doi:10.4225/49/5567C4E16BB15

2015

Lee Godden, Commissioner in Charge, Connection to Country: Review of the Native Title Act 1993, Australian Law Reform Commission Report 126 (2015) <https://www.alrc.gov.au/news/launch-of-connection-to-country-review-of-the-native-title-act-1993-prof-lee-godden/>.

Miranda Stewart, Maureen Tehan and Emille Boulot, ‘Transparency in Resource Agreements with Indigenous People in Australia’ (Working Paper No. 4/2015, Agreements, Treaties and Negotiated Settlements Project, July 2015) <https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d8aff48aa77c758ca0a86ce/t/5e38fd5f06593343b4af3f8d/1580793437415/atnswp4_2015_stewarttehanboulot.pdf>.

Miranda Stewart, Maureen Tehan and Emille Boulot, ‘Transparency in Resource Agreements with Indigenous People in Australia’ (Working Paper No. 4/2015, Agreements, Treaties and Negotiated Settlements Project, July 2015) <http://www.atns.net.au/atns/references/attachments/ATNSWP4_2015_StewartTehanBoulot.pdf>.

Jacqueline Peel and Hari M Osofsky, Ex Ante Strategic Review (Children’s Investment Foundation Fund Evaluation of Support to Strategic Climate Litigation in Europe, November 2015).

Jacqueline Peel and Hari M. Osofsky, Evaluation Plan (Children’s Investment Foundation Fund Evaluation of Support to Strategic Climate Litigation in Europe, 14 August 2015).

Jacqueline Peel and David Fisher, ‘How Can International Environmental Law Reduce Disaster Risk?’ (Report prepared following the American Society of International Law and International Federation of Red Cross Workshop, June 2015) http://www.asil.org/community/report-asil-workshop-how-can-international-environmental-law-reduce-disaster-risk ).

Margaret Young, ‘Trade-related Measures to Address Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported Fishing’ (Think Piece published as part of the E15 Initiative, the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development and the World Economic Forum, June 2015) <http://e15initiative.org/publications/trade-related-measures-to-address-illegal-unreported-and-unregulated-fishing/>.

2011-2014

Rachel Carter, Lee Godden, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, ‘Governance Models for Natural Disaster Risk Management: Legal, Regulatory, Institutional and Financial Risk Mechanisms: Final Report’ (Report,Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaption Research, June 2014) <http://www.vcccar.org.au/sites/default/files/publications/VCCCAR%20Governance%20models%20Final%20Report%2016072014.pdf>.

Jacqueline Peel and Janny Choy, ‘Water Governance and Climate Change: Drought in California as a Lens on Our Climate Future’ (Water in the West Report, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and The Bill Lane Center for the American West, December 2014) <http://waterinthewest.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/Water%20Governance%20and%20Climate%20Change_final2.pdf>.

Jacqueline Peel et al, ‘Managing the Uncertainty and Risks of Climate Change: Legal, information and insurance issues’ (Technical Report, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, July 2014)  <http://www.vcccar.org.au/publication/technical-report/managing-uncertainty-and-risks-climate-change>.

Lee Godden, Matthew Bell, Lisa Caripis, Rachel Carter, John Handmer, Stephanie Niall, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, Report to Victoria’s Adaptation Plan (Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research Report, September 2012).

Rachel Carter, Lee Godden, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, ‘Governance Models for Natural Disaster Risk Management: Legal, Regulatory, Institutional and Financial Risk Mechanisms: Final Report’ (Report,Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaption Research, June 2014) <http://www.vcccar.org.au/sites/default/files/publications/VCCCAR%20Governance%20models%20Final%20Report%2016072014.pdf>.

Lee Godden, Matthew Bell, Lisa Caripis, Rachel Carter, John Handmer, Stephanie Niall, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, Report to Victoria’s Adaptation Plan (Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research Report, September 2012).

Lee Godden, Matthew Bell, Lisa Caripis, Rachel Carter, John Handmer, Stephanie Niall, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, Report to Victoria’s Adaptation Plan (Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research Report, September 2012).

Lee Godden et al, ‘Water Governance Research Priorities’ (Policy Briefing Note 2, Water Governance Research Institute, NCCARF, 2011) <https://www.nccarf.edu.au/water/sites/www.nccarf.edu.au.water/files/Briefing%20Paper%202%20v2_1.pdf.>.

Lee Godden, Matthew Bell, Lisa Caripis, Rachel Carter, John Handmer, Stephanie Niall, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, Report to Victoria’s Adaptation Plan (Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research Report, September 2012).

Submissions

2019

Rebecca Nelson, Erin O’Donnell, Alessandro Pelizzon, Sue Jackson, Michael Douglas, Afshin Akhtar-Khavari, Nia Emmanouil, Cristy Clark, John Page, Lee Godden, Submission to NT Water Regulatory Reform Directions Paper, April 2019. 22pp.

2018

Rebecca Nelson, Submission to the Victorian Government’s Improving Stormwater Management Advisory Committee, July 2018. 6pp.

Rebecca Nelson, Submission to the Victorian Government’s Draft State Environment Protection Policy (Waters), June 2018. 7pp.

2017

Godden, L, E. Carmody et al. Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Reform of Australia's Water Resources Sector 2017.

Rebecca Nelson, Submission to the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry into the Reform of Australia’s Water Resources Sector, October 2017. 9pp.

2016

Foerster, A., Peel, J., Osofsy, H., and McDonnell, B., Submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Economics (Inquiry into Carbon Risk Disclosure), Carbon Risk Disclosure Submission 14 (31 March 2016).

Jessup, B, contributed to The University of Melbourne submission to the Victorian Parliament Economic, Education, Jobs and Skills Inquiry into Community Energy Projects (September 2016).

Nelson, R, Unattributed contribution to University of Melbourne submission to Victorian government water reform discussion paper, “Water for Victoria”, 13 May 2016.

O’Donnell, E, Unattributed contribution to University of Melbourne submission to Victorian government water reform discussion paper, “Water for Victoria”, 13 May 2016.

Parker, C Submission to the Consultation on the Australian Consumer Law (Free Range Egg Labelling) Information Standard 2017 (8 December 2016).

2015

Brad Jessup, Submission to the Review of the Climate Change Act 2010, Victorian Government, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning, 10 August 2015.

2011-2014

Brad Jessup, Submission to the Australian Government Climate Change Authority, Renewable Energy Target Review, 2014 .

Jacqueline Peel, Submission to the Australian Government, Department of Environment, Emissions Reduction Fund – Terms of Reference, 16 November 2013 <http://www.environment.gov.au/climate-change/emissions-reduction-fund/terms-reference >.

Jacqueline Peel and Lee Godden, Submission to the Australian Government, Department of Environment on Consultation and Exposure Drafts of the Carbon Tax Repeal Bill, 18 October 2013 <http://www.environment.gov.au/submissions/carbon-tax-repeal/peel-godden.pdf>.

Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications, Inquiry into the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Retaining Federal Approval Powers) Bill 2012, 18 January 2013 <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Environment_and_Communications/Completed%20inquiries/2010-13/epbcfederalpowers/submissions>.

Lee Godden, Rachel Carter, John Handmer, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications, Inquiry into Recent Trends and Preparedness for Extreme Weather Events, 18 January 2013 <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Environment_and_Communications/Completed_inquiries/2010-13/extremeweather/submissions>.

Lee Godden, Rachel Carter, John Handmer, Jacqueline Peel, Francine Rochford and Jude Wallace, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications, Inquiry into Recent Trends and Preparedness for Extreme Weather Events, 18 January 2013 <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Environment_and_Communications/Completed_inquiries/2010-13/extremeweather/submissions>.

Jacqueline Peel and Lee Godden, Submission to the Australian Government, Department of Environment on Consultation and Exposure Drafts of the Carbon Tax Repeal Bill, 18 October 2013 <http://www.environment.gov.au/submissions/carbon-tax-repeal/peel-godden.pdf>.

Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications, Inquiry into the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Retaining Federal Approval Powers) Bill 2012, 18 January 2013 <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Environment_and_Communications/Completed%20inquiries/2010-13/epbcfederalpowers/submissions>.

Lisa Caripis et al, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications, Inquiry into the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Retaining Federal Approval Powers) Bill 2012, [date] .

Erin O’Donnell, Submission to the Victorian Government Water Law Review, December 2012.

Douglas  Fisher, Alex Gardner, Lee Godden, Janice Gray, Jan McDonald, Chris McGrath, Poh-Ling Tan and Anita Foerster, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Inquiry into the provisions of the Water Act 2007, March 2011.

Douglas  Fisher, Alex Gardner, Lee Godden, Janice Gray, Jan McDonald, Chris McGrath, Poh-Ling Tan and Anita Foerster, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Inquiry into the provisions of the Water Act 2007, March 2011.

Lee Godden, Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Inquiry into the provisions of the Water Act 2007, 25 March 2011.

Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Anne Kallies et al, Submission to Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Australian government's Clean Energy legislative package, 22 August 2011.

Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Anne Kallies et al, Submission to Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency on the Australian government's Clean Energy legislative package, 22 August 2011.

Anne Kallies, Submission to the Senate Select Committee on Electricity Pricing, Reducing energy bills and improving efficiency, September 2012 <http://www.aph.gov.au/~/link.aspx?_id=D784A55C3BFC47A7BC7D934FF3DBFF5B&_z=z>.

Anne Kallies et al, Submission to the Productivity Commission’s Draft Report, Inquiry into Electricity Network Regulatory Frameworks, November 2012 <http://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/electricity/submissions/subdr073-electricity.pdf>.

Jacqueline Peel et al, Submission to Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications, Parliament of Australia, Inquiry into the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Standing) Bill 2015, 10 September 2015 <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Environment_and_Communications/EPBC_Standing_Bill/Submissions>.

Miranda Stewart, Maureen Tehan and Marcia Langto n, Submission to the Australian Treasury on Tax Laws Amendment Bill 2012, Tax Treatment of Native Title Benefits, 23 August 2012.

Miranda Stewart, Maureen Tehan and Marcia Langto n, Submission to Australian Treasury on Tax Laws Amendment Bill 2012, Tax Treatment of Native Title Benefits, 23 August 2012.

Maureen Tehan, Submission to the Australian Attorney-General’s Department on the Native Title Amendment Bill 2012 (Exposure Draft), 19 October 2012.

Margaret Young, Submission to the Commonwealth Government, Review of Commonwealth Fisheries: Legislation, Policy and Management, October 2012 <https://www.agriculture.gov.au/sites/default/files/sitecollectiondocuments/fisheries/fisheries-review/submissions-received/Young,_Margaret.pdf>.

Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Anne Kallies et al, Submission to Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Australian government's Clean Energy legislative package, 22 August 2011.

Blogs and other Internet Materials

Parker, C., & Bromberg, L. (2021). National plan to allow battery cages until 2036 favours cheap eggs over animal welfare.

Best, A., Parker, C., & Godden, L. (2020). 3 billion animals were in the bushfires’ path. Here’s what the royal commission said (and should’ve said) about them.

Best, A., Parker, C., & Godden, L. (2020). 3 billion animals were in the bushfires’ path. Here’s what the royal commission said (and should’ve said) about them.

Stephenson, S., Crommelin, M., & Saunders, C. (2016). Scott Stephenson, Michael Crommelin and Cheryl Saunders on the Judgments in Plaintiff M68-2015 v Commonwealth. Australia: University of Melbourne Law School.

Lin, J., & Peel, J. (2020). The Farmer or the Hero Litigator? Modes of Climate Litigation in the Global South. Columbia.

Peel, J., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). 'A Wake-up Call': Why this Student is Suing the Government over the Financial Risks of Climate Change. Australia.

Peel, J., & Markey-Towler, R. (2020). The Investor-Led Push on Climate Change. Australia.

Akhtar-Khavari, A., MacPherson, E., O'Donnell, E., Woolaston, K., Yates, J., Pelizzon, A., & Nelson, R. (2019). Why do Australia’s Environmental Laws Fail to Save our Species from Extinction?. United States.

Nelson, R. (2019). Federalism and Environmental Frontiers. Australia.

Nelson, R. (2019). Managing the Hidden Water Beneath our Feet. Australia.

Parker, C. (2019). Can Ethical Labelling Make Food Systems Healthy, Sustainable, and Just?. United States.

Peel, J., & Osofsky, H. (2019). Litigating the Right to a Sustainable Climate System. United States.

Peel, J., & Osofsky, H. (2019). The Rights Pathway for Action on Climate Change?. Australia.

Young, M. (2018). Cooperation Needed to Tackle Fisheries Subsidies.

Foerster, A and Peel, J, Submission to the Consultation on Fourth Edition of Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations’ (2018)

Foerster, A and Peel, J, ‘Rio Tinto’s Climate Change Resolution Marks a Significant Shift in Investor Culture’ (2018) The Conversation

White, E., & Nelson, R. (2018). What Happens to Small Towns Whose Water Becomes Big Business for Bottled Brands?. Australia.

O’Donnell, E, and Horne, A, ‘Giving environmental water to drought-stricken farmers sounds straightforward, but it’s a bad idea’ (18 September 2018) ‘The Conversation https://theconversation.com/giving-environmental-water-to-drought-stricken-farmers-sounds-straightforward-but-its-a-bad-idea-103238

O’Donnell, E, ‘Legal rights for rivers: more power, less protection?’ (23 April 2018) International Water Law Project blog https://www.internationalwaterlaw.org/blog/2018/04/23/legal-rights-for-rivers-more-power-less-protection/

Macpherson, E, O’Donnell, E, Ospina, F. C, ‘Meet the river people: who speaks for the rivers?’ (2 April 2018) Stuff.co (NZ) https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/102741097/meet-the-river-people-who-speaks-for-the-rivers

O’Donnell, E, Horne, A, Godden, L, Head, B, ‘Who cries for the river?’ (2 April 2018) Global Water Forum http://www.globalwaterforum.org/2018/04/02/who-cries-for-the-river/

O’Donnell, E, ‘Legal rights for rivers: more power, less protection?’ Oxford Water Network, School of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford (3 July 2018) https://www.water.ox.ac.uk/legal-rights-for-rivers-more-power-less-protection/

O’Donnell, E, Podcast University of Melbourne’s Eavesdrop on Experts ‘The legal rights of rivers’ (April 2018) https://pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/podcasts/the-legal-rights-of-rivers

O’Donnell,E, Podcast University of Melbourne’s Five Things About… ‘Can you sue a river?’ (January 2018) https://soundcloud.com/5-things-about/suing-a-river-with-erin-odonnell

Freeman, B. (2017). The Law of the Sea Obligations Underpinning Fisheries Subsidies Disciplines. ZBW. Retrieved from https://www.zbw.eu/

Foerster, A., & Peel, J. (2017). Climate Change is a Financial Risk, According to a Lawsuit against the CBA. Australia.

Parker, C., & Curll, J. (2016). False Labelling Hides the Truth About Superfoods. Australia.

Carey, R., Parker, C., & Scrinis, G. (2016). How to Pick an Ethically Raised Ham this Christmas. Australia.

Parker, C., Carey, R., & Scrinis, G. (2016). Free Range Egg Labelling Scrambles the Message for Consumers. Australia.

Foerster, A., & Peel, J. (2016). Carbon Risk Disclosure: The Risk for Australian Companies. Australia.

Peel, J. (2016). Are the Coalition and Labor on the Same Page for Emissions Trading. Australia.

Since 2012 Erin O’Donnell, CREEL PhD Candidate, has published Lines on the Water, a blog on the legal and policy aspects of environmental water management http://linesonthewater.blogspot.com.au/.

Julia Dehm, ‘Activist Legal Support Manual’ (Second Edition, 2012) www.activistrights.org.au, Fitzroy Legal Service .

Journal Affiliations

Olivia Barr

Australian Feminist Law Journal, Managing Editor

Michael Crommelin

Public Law Review, Board of Advisors

Singapore Academy of Law Journal, Panel of International Referees

Brad Jessup

Torts Law Journal, Editorial Board

Lee Godden

Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law, Member of the Editorial Board (2011-2016)

Legal Education Review, Member of the Editorial Board (2011-2012)

Rodney Keenan

Forest Ecology and Management, Editorial Board

Forests, Editorial Board

Journal of Forests and Livelihoods, Editorial Board

Rebecca Nelson

Australasian Journal of Water Resources, Editorial Board

Christine Parker

Law & Policy, Advisory Board (2016)

Law & Society Review, Advisory Board (2016)

Law & Society Review, Advisory Board (2016)

Regulation and Governance, Advisory Board (2016)

Jacqueline Peel

Regulation and Governance, Editorial Board

European Journal of Risk Regulation, Editorial Board

Melbourne Journal of International Law, Member of the Advisory Board (2011-2014)

Yearbook of Climate Change Compliance, Member of the Advisory Board (2011-2012)

Yearbook of International Environmental Law, Member of the Editorial Board (2013)

Climate Law, Member of the Editorial Board (2013-2016)

Environmental and Planning Law Journal, Member of the Editorial Board (2014-2016)

Margaret Young

Journal of Environmental Law, Editorial Board (2016)

British Year Book of International Law, Assistant Editor (2011-2016)