Bill Swannie


Contact categoryResearcher
Job titleLecturer, Law
Research instituteThomas More Law School
Faculty of Law and Business

Research outputs

Examining BA v The King : Can a ‘home’ provide security from domestic violence?
Swannie, William. (2024). Examining BA v The King : Can a ‘home’ provide security from domestic violence? Alternative Law Journal. 49(2), pp. 120-125. https://doi.org/10.1177/1037969X241237015

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Protection from forced eviction : What rights do social housing tenants have under human rights charters?
Swannie, Bill. (2023). Protection from forced eviction : What rights do social housing tenants have under human rights charters? Australian Journal of Human Rights. 29(1), pp. 23-43. https://doi.org/10.1080/1323238x.2023.2226948

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A critical appraisal of the 'no contact' rule
Swannie, Bill. (2023). A critical appraisal of the 'no contact' rule. Adelaide Law Review. 44(1), pp. 246-273.

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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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Rights, Liberties and Restrictions
Swannie, William. (2021). Rights, Liberties and Restrictions. In Australian Constitutional Law and Government pp. 325-348 LexisNexis.

Book chapter

Corrective justice and redress under Australia's racial vilification laws
Swannie, Bill. (2021). Corrective justice and redress under Australia's racial vilification laws. University of Queensland Law Journal. 40(1), pp. 27-66.

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Speaking back : Does counterspeech provide adequate redress for racial vilification?
Swannie, Bill. (2021). Speaking back : Does counterspeech provide adequate redress for racial vilification? Adelaide Law Review. 42(1), pp. 39-72.

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Racially derogatory cartoons and racial vilification laws : Where to draw the line?
Swannie, Bill. (2020). Racially derogatory cartoons and racial vilification laws : Where to draw the line? Alternative Law Journal. 45(4), pp. 291-297. https://doi.org/10.1177/1037969X20918663

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Protecting victims not punishing perpetrators : Clarifying the purpose of s 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act
Swannie, Bill. (2020). Protecting victims not punishing perpetrators : Clarifying the purpose of s 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. Media and Arts Law Review. 24(1), pp. 24-47.

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Speech acts : Is racial vilification a form of racial discrimination?
Swannie, William. (2020). Speech acts : Is racial vilification a form of racial discrimination? Adelaide Law Review. 41(1), pp. 179-216.

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The influence of defamation law on the interpretation of Australia’s racial vilification laws
Swannie, Bill. (2020). The influence of defamation law on the interpretation of Australia’s racial vilification laws. Torts Law Journal. 26(1), pp. 34-72.

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From Alienation to Empowerment : How Legal Educators Can Support Student Wellbeing
Swannie, William. (2019). From Alienation to Empowerment : How Legal Educators Can Support Student Wellbeing. In Wellness for Law: Making Wellness Core Business pp. 123-129 Lexis Nexis Australia.

Book chapter

Are racial vilification laws supported by free speech arguments?
Swannie, Bill. (2019). Are racial vilification laws supported by free speech arguments? Monash University Law Review. 44(1), pp. 71-111. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3382027

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Airbnb and residential tenancy law : Do ‘home sharing’ arrangements constitute a licence or a lease?
Swannie, Bill. (2018). Airbnb and residential tenancy law : Do ‘home sharing’ arrangements constitute a licence or a lease? Adelaide Law Review. 39(2), pp. 231-247.

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