Thomas More Law School


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Lost commas: Clarifying the doctrine of the last antecedent - finding a better way
Quirk, Patrick. (2020) Lost commas: Clarifying the doctrine of the last antecedent - finding a better way. Insolvency Law Journal. 28, pp. 95 - 98.

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Legal transplant: Giving life to Malaysia’s competition regime
Cheong, May Fong, Teoh, Joshua Beni Chris and Khoo, Esther Li Ean. (2020) Legal transplant: Giving life to Malaysia’s competition regime. In In S. Van Uytsel, S. Hayashi and J. O. Haley (Ed.). Research Handbook on Asian Competition Law pp. 181 - 208 Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781785361838.00024

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Regulating Australia's benchmark interest rate market: A review of recent litigation and market reforms
Ciro, Tony. (2020) Regulating Australia's benchmark interest rate market: A review of recent litigation and market reforms. Journal of Banking and Finance: Law and Practice. 31, pp. 141 - 161.

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Constructing consent in the Australian Capital Territory
Murphy, Brendon. (2020) Constructing consent in the Australian Capital Territory. Canberra Law Review. 17(1), pp. 23 - 42.

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Regulating undercover policing: Subjects, rights and governmentality
Murphy, Brendon. (2020) Regulating undercover policing: Subjects, rights and governmentality. Critical Criminology. 28, pp. 65 - 84. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10612-020-09504-6

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The anti-defection provision contained in the Constitution of Bangladesh, 1972, and its adverse impact on parliamentary democracy: A case for reform
Bari, M. Ehteshamul and Dey, Pritam. (2020) The anti-defection provision contained in the Constitution of Bangladesh, 1972, and its adverse impact on parliamentary democracy: A case for reform. Wisconsin International Law Journal. 37(3), pp. 1 - 50.

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The enactment of digital security laws in Bangladesh: No place for dissent
Bari, M. Ehteshamul and Dey, Pritam. (2019) The enactment of digital security laws in Bangladesh: No place for dissent. George Washington International Law Review. 51(4), pp. 595 - 631.

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Human rights and participatory politics in Southeast Asia
Renshaw, Catherine. (2019) Human rights and participatory politics in Southeast Asia University of Pennsylvania Press. https://doi.org/10.9783/9780812295764

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Is Nigeria’s Corporate Affairs Commission Serious about Online Registration
Ola, Olukunle Rotimi. (2019) Is Nigeria’s Corporate Affairs Commission Serious about Online Registration. Company Lawyer. 40(2), pp. 1 - 5.

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Open access to knowledge in Nigeria: A framework for developing countries
Ola, Kunle. (2019) Open access to knowledge in Nigeria: A framework for developing countries Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429446795

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The Making Available Right: Realizing the Potential of Copyright's Dissemination Function in the Digital Age
Foong, Cheryl Jo LIn. (2018) The Making Available Right: Realizing the Potential of Copyright's Dissemination Function in the Digital Age [Thesis]. https://doi.org/10.26199/5b875d05ba28e

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Europe’s wicked legitimacy crisis: The case of refugees
Murray, Philomena and Longo, Michael. (2018) Europe’s wicked legitimacy crisis: The case of refugees. Journal of European Integration. 40(4), pp. 411 - 425. https://doi.org/10.1080/07036337.2018.1436543

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Competition and fair trading practices in the higher education sector: A comparative review of the position in the UK and Australia
Cejnar, Leela and Duke, Arlen. (2018) Competition and fair trading practices in the higher education sector: A comparative review of the position in the UK and Australia. ECLR: European Competition Law Review. 39(1), pp. 31 - 36.

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Big Gubba Business: The making of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, first nations resurgence and the Australian connection
La Macchia, Graeme Lyle. (2018) Big Gubba Business: The making of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, first nations resurgence and the Australian connection [Thesis]. https://doi.org/10.26199/5de04523b8d6e

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The undefined remains unprotected: Tensions between conscience and the Law in Germany by way of Joseph Isensee
Quirk, Patrick T.. (2018) The undefined remains unprotected: Tensions between conscience and the Law in Germany by way of Joseph Isensee. Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law. 27(1), pp. 55 - 92.

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Indonesia, Australia and ASEAN
Renshaw, Catherine. (2018) Indonesia, Australia and ASEAN. In In T. Lindsey and D. McRae (Ed.). Strangers Next Door?: Indonesia and Australia in the Asian Century pp. 169 - 192 Hart Publishing. https://doi.org/10.5040/9781509918195.ch-010

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Copyright for education: a case study of Palestine
Al-Tamimi, Rawan B.. (2018) Copyright for education: a case study of Palestine [Thesis]. https://doi.org/10.26199/5c9196aa97a0a

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The Enactment of the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2015, in pursuance of the Constitution of Malaysia: Reincarnation of the notorious Internal Security Act, 1960?
Naz, Safia and Bari, M. Ehteshamul. (2018) The Enactment of the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2015, in pursuance of the Constitution of Malaysia: Reincarnation of the notorious Internal Security Act, 1960? Suffolk Transnational Law Review. 41(1), pp. 1 - 50.

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From unconscionability to unfairness: A critique of Hong Kong’s unconscionable contracts ordinance with Australian developments
Cheong, May and Ding, Kendy. (2018) From unconscionability to unfairness: A critique of Hong Kong’s unconscionable contracts ordinance with Australian developments. Journal of Contract Law. 35(1), pp. 118 - 145.

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Lawfare, standing and environmental discourse: A phronetic analysis
Murphy, Brendon and McGee, Jeff. (2018) Lawfare, standing and environmental discourse: A phronetic analysis. University of Tasmania Law Review. 37(2), pp. 131 - 168.

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More than Open Data mandates: a staged model for achieving Open Access to scientific data
Lipton, Vera Jane. (2018) More than Open Data mandates: a staged model for achieving Open Access to scientific data [Thesis]. https://doi.org/10.26199/5c91955a97a09

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Google rules: an analysis of Google’s influence on copyright law and practice
Gray, Joanne Elizabeth. (2018) Google rules: an analysis of Google’s influence on copyright law and practice [Thesis]. https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5b21fbc5c5552

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Consumer protection and the internet
Quirk, Patrick and Rothchild, John A.. (2018) Consumer protection and the internet. In In G. Howells, I. Ramsay and T. Wilhelmsson (Ed.). Handbook of research on International Consumer Law pp. 308 - 339 Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781785368219

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Competition Law, state-owned enterprises and regional market integration in ASEAN
Wisuttisak, Pornchai and Cheong, May. (2018) Competition Law, state-owned enterprises and regional market integration in ASEAN. In In B. Ong (Ed.). The regionalisation of Competition Law and policy within the ASEAN economic community pp. 94 - 139 Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108182058.006

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Theories of open access
Ola, Kunle. (2018) Theories of open access. Journal of Open Access to Law. 6(1), pp. 1 - 42.

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The incorporation of the system of non-party caretaker government in the Constitution of Bangladesh in 1996 as a means of strengthening democracy, its deletion in 2011 and the lapse of Bangladesh into tyranny following the non-participatory general election of 2014: A critical appraisal
Bari, M. Ehteshamul. (2018) The incorporation of the system of non-party caretaker government in the Constitution of Bangladesh in 1996 as a means of strengthening democracy, its deletion in 2011 and the lapse of Bangladesh into tyranny following the non-participatory general election of 2014: A critical appraisal. Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems. 28(1), pp. 27 - 88.

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Justice is blind as long as it isn't deaf: Excluding deaf people from jury duty - An Australian human rights breach
Spencer, David, Roque, Mehera San, Napier, Jemina and Hale, Sandra. (2017) Justice is blind as long as it isn't deaf: Excluding deaf people from jury duty - An Australian human rights breach. Australian Journal of Human Rights. 23(3), pp. 332 - 350. https://doi.org/10.1080/1323238X.2017.1392479

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Australian dispute resolution: law and practice
Boulle, Laurence Joseph and Field, Rachael. (2017) Australian dispute resolution: law and practice LexisNexis.

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Jury Instructions: Comparing hearing and deaf jurors' comprehension via direct or mediated communication
Napier, Jemina and Spencer, David. (2017) Jury Instructions: Comparing hearing and deaf jurors' comprehension via direct or mediated communication. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law. 24(1), pp. 1 - 29. https://doi.org/10.1558/ijsll.30878

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Copyright in the age of access
Fitzgerald, Brian. (2017) Copyright in the age of access. European Intellectual Property Review. 39(3), pp. 131 - 135.

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Preventive detention laws in Bangladesh and their increased use during emergencies: A proposal for reform
Bari, M. Ehteshamul. (2017) Preventive detention laws in Bangladesh and their increased use during emergencies: A proposal for reform. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal. 17(1), pp. 45 - 74. https://doi.org/10.1080/14729342.2017.1306943

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Admissibility of a statement made at mediation
Spencer, David. (2017) Admissibility of a statement made at mediation. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal. 28(2), pp. 75 - 80.

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Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia: Uncovering the Dynamics of State Commitment and Compliance
Renshaw, Catherine Michelle. (2017) Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia: Uncovering the Dynamics of State Commitment and Compliance. Michigan Journal of International Law.

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Global or regional? Realizing women's rights in Southeast Asia
Renshaw, Catherine Michelle. (2017) Global or regional? Realizing women's rights in Southeast Asia. Human Rights Quarterly. 39(3), pp. 707 - 745. https://doi.org/10.1353/hrq.2017.0038

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From dream to reality: Sustaining a higher education community of practice beyond initial enthusiasm
McCormack, Coralie, Gilchrist, John, Hancock, Eleanor, Islam, Jesmin, Kennelly, Robert, Northcote, Maria and Thomson, Kate. (2017) From dream to reality: Sustaining a higher education community of practice beyond initial enthusiasm. In In J. McDonald and A. Cater-Steel (Ed.). Communities of practice: Facilitating social learning in higher education pp. 599 - 622 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-2879-3_28

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Soft law, responsibility and the biopolitics of front-of-pack food labels
Murphy, Brendon and Sanderson, Jay. (2017) Soft law, responsibility and the biopolitics of front-of-pack food labels. Griffith Law Review. 26(3), pp. 355 - 377. https://doi.org/10.1080/10383441.2017.1436371

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Deaf citizens as jurors in Australian courts: Participating via professional interpreters
Hale, Sandra, Roque, Mehera San, Spencer, David and Napier, Jemina. (2017) Deaf citizens as jurors in Australian courts: Participating via professional interpreters. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law. 24(2), pp. 151 - 176. https://doi.org/10.1558/ijsll.32896

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The alchemy of facilitation revealed through individual stories and collective narrative
McCormack, Coralie, Gilchrist, John, Hancock, Eleanor, Islam, Jesmin, Kennelly, Robert, Northcote, Maria and Thomson, Kate. (2017) The alchemy of facilitation revealed through individual stories and collective narrative. Reflective Practice. 18(1), pp. 42 - 54. https://doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2016.1251407

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Australia’s parental leave pay scheme: Temporal disruption and “genuine” attachment to waged work
Hargita, Starla. (2017) Australia’s parental leave pay scheme: Temporal disruption and “genuine” attachment to waged work. Feminists@Law. 7(2), pp. 1 - 30. https://doi.org/10.22024/UniKent/03/fal.450

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Costs order against non-attending party to mediation, costs for breach of confidentiality, and mediation media watch
Spencer, David. (2017) Costs order against non-attending party to mediation, costs for breach of confidentiality, and mediation media watch. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal. 28(3), pp. 145 - 148.

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