Thomas More Law School


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Theorising automated arrest : Possible, likely and lawful?
Murphy, Brendon, Arnold, Bruce Baer and Bonython, Wendy. (2023). Theorising automated arrest : Possible, likely and lawful? Law, Innovation and Technology. 15(2), pp. 453-489. https://doi.org/10.1080/17579961.2023.2245681

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Deterring drivers : An initiative to reduce car theft and joyriding by young people in Townsville
Dodd, Shannon, Morgan, Morgan, Dillon, Anthony, Lawton, Luke and Harfield, Clive. (2023). Deterring drivers : An initiative to reduce car theft and joyriding by young people in Townsville Brisbane, Australia: Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.26199/acu.8z9v6

Technical report

Police and procedural justice : Perceptions of young people with mental illness
Morgan, Matthew M. and Higginson, Angela. (2023). Police and procedural justice : Perceptions of young people with mental illness. Policing and Society. 33(7), pp. 841-860. https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2023.2207714

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Legal problems and solutions in stablecoins : A multi-disciplinary approach applied to Euro stablecoins
Sheehy, Benedict, Hawkins, John and Diaz-Granados Prieto, Juan Jose. (2023). Legal problems and solutions in stablecoins : A multi-disciplinary approach applied to Euro stablecoins. Review of Law and Economics. 19(1), pp. 85-98. https://doi.org/10.1515/rle-2022-0053

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Power imbalance in the sharing economy platform technologies : Potential solutions from contract law
Diaz-Granados, Juan and Sheehy, Benedict. (2023). Power imbalance in the sharing economy platform technologies : Potential solutions from contract law. Australian Business Law Review. 50(6), pp. 398-420.

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Body-worn camera activation in prisons : Understanding correctional officers’ decision-making and use of discretion
Dodd, Shannon, Antrobus, Emma and Sydes, Michelle. (2023). Body-worn camera activation in prisons : Understanding correctional officers’ decision-making and use of discretion. Security Journal. pp. 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41284-023-00380-7

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Parole on probation : Parole decision-making, public opinion and public confidence
Fitzgerald, Robin, Freiberg, Arie, Dodd, Shannon and Bartels, Lorana. (2023). Parole on probation : Parole decision-making, public opinion and public confidence Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-19385-9

Book

Online abuse : problematic for all Australians
Lee, Christine. (2022). Online abuse : problematic for all Australians. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice. 8(2), pp. 120-134. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCRPP-02-2022-0006

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Technology-Facilitated Domestic Violence Against Immigrant and Refugee Women : A Qualitative Study
Henry, Nicola, Vasil, Stefani, Flynn, Asher, Kellard, Karen and Mortreux, Colette. (2022). Technology-Facilitated Domestic Violence Against Immigrant and Refugee Women : A Qualitative Study. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 37(13-14), pp. 12634-12660. https://doi.org/10.1177/08862605211001465

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The Sociological Imagination : Reflections of a Prisoner in Australia
Antojado, D.. (2022). The Sociological Imagination : Reflections of a Prisoner in Australia. European Journal of Behavioral Sciences. 5(4), p. 21–30. https://doi.org/10.33422/ejbs.v5i4.938

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Local Governance in India during a Pandemic : A Case for Granting Agency to Municipal Governments
Bari, Muhammad Ehteshamul and Dey, Pritam. (2022). Local Governance in India during a Pandemic : A Case for Granting Agency to Municipal Governments. In International Handbook of Disaster Research pp. 1-19 Springer Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-8800-3_66-1

Book chapter

Business without conscience
Boddy, Clive, Sheehy, Benedict and Murphy, Brendon. (2022). Business without conscience. In Business With a Conscience: A Research Companion pp. 42-53 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003139461-5

Book chapter

R&D intensity within corporate Australia : Evidence from large ASX-listed entities
Ciro, Tony, Terzioglu, Bülend and Lam, Ian. (2022). R&D intensity within corporate Australia : Evidence from large ASX-listed entities. Australian Tax Forum. 37(4), pp. 601-624.

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Operational response : Policing persons with mental illness in Australia
Miles-Johnson, Toby and Morgan, Matthew. (2022). Operational response : Policing persons with mental illness in Australia. Journal of Criminology. 55(2), pp. 260-281. https://doi.org/10.1177/26338076221094385

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Contradictions between community-oriented police training and paramilitary police training : Implications for police recruit mental health response training
Morgan, Matthew M.. (2022). Contradictions between community-oriented police training and paramilitary police training : Implications for police recruit mental health response training. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 37(4), pp. 876-891. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11896-022-09537-3

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Responding to persons with mental illness (PWMI) : Police recruit perceptions of mental health response training and engagement
Morgan, Matthew and Miles-Johnson, Toby. (2022). Responding to persons with mental illness (PWMI) : Police recruit perceptions of mental health response training and engagement. Cogent Social Sciences. 8(1), p. Article 2020469. https://doi.org/10.1080/23311886.2021.2020469

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Restorative justice conferencing : A vehicle for repairing harm emanating from lawful but awful activity
Hamilton, Mark. (2022). Restorative justice conferencing : A vehicle for repairing harm emanating from lawful but awful activity. In In Gacek, James and Jochelson, Richard (Ed.). Green criminology and the law pp. 361-386 Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-82412-9_16

Book chapter

Restorative justice conferencing in a New Zealand environmental offending context : Two models
Hamilton, Mark. (2022). Restorative justice conferencing in a New Zealand environmental offending context : Two models. In In Pali, Brunilda, Forsyth, Miranda and Tepper, Felicity (Ed.). The Palgrave handbook of environmental restorative justice pp. 593-616 Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-04223-2_23

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Employees, contractors and hybrid workers : Rethinking legal categories in the sharing economy’s platform-user-provider model
Diaz-Granados, Juan and Sheehy, Benedict. (2022). Employees, contractors and hybrid workers : Rethinking legal categories in the sharing economy’s platform-user-provider model. Australian Business Law Review. 50(4), pp. 240-269.

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Restraint of shareholder voice in Australia : Corporate governance, corporate law and politics
Sheehy, Benedict, Pender, Howard and Diaz-Granados, Juan. (2022). Restraint of shareholder voice in Australia : Corporate governance, corporate law and politics. Australian Journal of Corporate Law. 37(2), pp. 79-113.

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Potential legal categories in the sharing economy's platform operator-user-provider-model : A taxonomic and positive approach - Part 1
Diaz-Granados Prieto, Juan. (2022). Potential legal categories in the sharing economy's platform operator-user-provider-model : A taxonomic and positive approach - Part 1. Jurimetrics. 62(2), pp. 197-224.

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What to teach when teaching law : The Categories, Rights, Duties And Test (‘CRDT’) Framework
Sheehy, Ben, Diaz-Granados, Juan and Fitzgerald, Tomas. (2022). What to teach when teaching law : The Categories, Rights, Duties And Test (‘CRDT’) Framework. Canberra Law Review. 19(1), pp. 36-51.

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Potential legal categories in the sharing economy's platform operator-user-provider model : A taxonomic and positive approach — Part 2
Diaz-Granados, Juan. (2022). Potential legal categories in the sharing economy's platform operator-user-provider model : A taxonomic and positive approach — Part 2. Jurimetrics. 62(3), pp. 241-283.

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The waiver of certain intellectual property rights provisions of the trips for the prevention, containment and treatment of COVID-19 : A review of the proposal under WTO jurisprudence
Zaman, Khorsed. (2022). The waiver of certain intellectual property rights provisions of the trips for the prevention, containment and treatment of COVID-19 : A review of the proposal under WTO jurisprudence. European Journal of Risk Regulation. 13(2), pp. 295-310. https://doi.org/10.1017/err.2021.60

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Australia-China dispute over barley trade at the WTO : Challenges ahead and possible outcomes for Australia
Islam, M. Rafiqul and Khorseduzzaman, Khorsed. (2022). Australia-China dispute over barley trade at the WTO : Challenges ahead and possible outcomes for Australia. Global Trade and Customs Journal. 17(1), pp. 25-35. https://doi.org/10.54648/gtcj2022004

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Amplifying victim vulnerability : Unanticipated harm and consequence in data breach notification policy
Gibson, Dennis and Harfield, Clive. (2022). Amplifying victim vulnerability : Unanticipated harm and consequence in data breach notification policy. International Review of Victimology. 29(3), pp. 341-365. https://doi.org/10.1177/02697580221107683

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"Constitutional dismemberment" and the problem of pragmatism in Siddiqui : A reply to Po Jen Yap and Rehan Abeyratne
Sayeed, M. A. and Aktar, Lima. (2022). "Constitutional dismemberment" and the problem of pragmatism in Siddiqui : A reply to Po Jen Yap and Rehan Abeyratne. International Journal of Constitutional Law. 20(2), pp. 890-904. https://doi.org/10.1093/icon/moac049

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Interventions to prevent prison violence : A scoping review of the available research evidence
Day, Andrew, Newton, Danielle, Cooke, David and Tamatea, Armon. (2022). Interventions to prevent prison violence : A scoping review of the available research evidence. The Prison Journal. 102(6), pp. 745-769. https://doi.org/10.1177/00328855221136201

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Minimising the International Investment Tribunal’s expansive treaty interpretation : Is ‘renegotiation’ of investment treaties a better strategy for host developing countries?
Zaman, Khorsed and Islam, M. Rafiqul. (2022). Minimising the International Investment Tribunal’s expansive treaty interpretation : Is ‘renegotiation’ of investment treaties a better strategy for host developing countries? International Trade and Business Law Review. 23, pp. 3-44.

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Protection from institutional censorship : An essential aspect of academic freedom
Swannie, Bill. (2022). Protection from institutional censorship : An essential aspect of academic freedom. University of New South Wales Law Journal. 45(4), pp. 1489-1512. https://doi.org/10.53637/DHIC5747

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Reasonable accommodation of employees’ parenting and care responsibilities : A human rights perspective
Swannie, Bill. (2022). Reasonable accommodation of employees’ parenting and care responsibilities : A human rights perspective. Monash University Law Review. 48(2), pp. 208-237.

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A critical appraisal of the media safe harbour in the Australian Consumer Law
Swannie, Bill. (2022). A critical appraisal of the media safe harbour in the Australian Consumer Law. Australian Business Law Review. 50(2), pp. 126-143.

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Restorative justice conferencing in an environmental offending context : The role of legislation
Hamilton, Mark. (2022). Restorative justice conferencing in an environmental offending context : The role of legislation. Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law. 25(1), pp. 51-76. https://doi.org/10.4337/apjel.2022.01.03

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Where specialist and mainstream service systems collide : The National Disability Insurance Scheme in prisons
Yates, Sophie, Dodd, Shannon, Doyle, Caroline, Buick, Fiona and Dickinson, Helen. (2022). Where specialist and mainstream service systems collide : The National Disability Insurance Scheme in prisons. Australian Journal of Public Administration. 81(4), pp. 611-628. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8500.12555

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At the heart of sentencing : Exploring whether more compassionate delivery of sentencing remarks increases public concern for people who offend
Hopkins, Anthony, Dodd, Shannon, Nolan, Mark and Bartels, Lorana. (2022). At the heart of sentencing : Exploring whether more compassionate delivery of sentencing remarks increases public concern for people who offend. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. 30(4), pp. 459-485. https://doi.org/10.1080/13218719.2022.2040398

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The forgotten prisoners : Exploring the impact of imprisonment on people with disability in Australia
Dodd, Shannon, Doyle, Caroline, Dickinson, Helen, Buick, Fiona and Yates, Sophie. (2022). The forgotten prisoners : Exploring the impact of imprisonment on people with disability in Australia. Criminology and Criminal Justice. pp. 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1177/17488958221120895

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Body cameras behind bars : Exploring correctional officers’ feelings of safety with body-worn cameras
Sydes, Michelle, Dodd, Shannon and Antrobus, Emma. (2022). Body cameras behind bars : Exploring correctional officers’ feelings of safety with body-worn cameras. Criminology and Criminal Justice. 22(2), pp. 323-342. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895820959125

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Conditioning sentencing to prevent double punishment of offenders at conditional liberty
Anderson, John, Bagaric, Mirko and Murphy, Brendon. (2022). Conditioning sentencing to prevent double punishment of offenders at conditional liberty. Melbourne University Law Review. 46(1), pp. 1-33.

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A jurisdictional collision? Responses to family violence and family law in the ACT
Easteal, Patricia, Bartels, Lorana, Dodd, Shannon and White, Jessica. (2022). A jurisdictional collision? Responses to family violence and family law in the ACT. Alternative Law Journal. 47(1), pp. 23-29. https://doi.org/10.1177/1037969X211054217

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The curious role of COVID-19 in sentencing : Too much mitigating weight or not enough? Ill health and harsh prison conditions as relevant factors
Murphy, Brendon, Anderson, John and Bagaric, Mirko. (2022). The curious role of COVID-19 in sentencing : Too much mitigating weight or not enough? Ill health and harsh prison conditions as relevant factors. Monash University Law Review. 47(3), p. 25–56.

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