Academic books


  • Al-Alosi, H, The Criminalisation of Fantasy Material (Routledge)
  • Bishop, K and N Marshall (eds), Routledge Handbook of People and Place (Routledge)
  • Blay, S et al, Torts Law: In Principle (Lawbook Co., 4th ed)
  • Dal Pont, G, Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility (Lawbook Co., 3rd ed)
  • Davison, M et al, Australian Intellectual Property Law (Cambridge University Press, 4th ed, forthcoming)
  • Han, H et al, The Ageing of Australian Ethnic Minorities (Palgrave)
  • Hum, F et al, Australian Uniform Evidence Law (Cambridge University Press)
  • Kyriakakis, J et al, Contemporary Australian Tort Law (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)
  • Oberin, C and B Fitzpatrick, Practical Guide to Australian Trade Mark Law (Lawbook Co.)
  • O’Sullivan, C and C Rolls, Practical Guide to Australian Patent Law (Lawbook Co.)
  • Sin, K F (ed), Legal Explorations: Essays in Honour of Professor Michael Chesterman (Lawbook Co.)
  • Sorenson, A and M Webster, Trade Practices and the Internet (Lawbook Co.)
  • Tunstall, I, International Securities Regulation (Lawbook Co.)
  • White, M and A Rahemtula (eds), Sir Samuel Griffith: The Law and the Constitution (Lawbook Co.)


  • Barnett, K and S Harder, Remedies in Australian Private Law (Cambridge University Press, 2nd ed)
  • Rothwell, D R et al, International Law: Cases and Materials with Australian Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 3rd ed)
  • Twomey, A, The Veiled Sceptre: Reserve Powers of Heads of State in Westminster Systems (Cambridge University Press)

Chapters in edited books


  • Alsayyad, N, ‘Consuming heritage or the end of tradition: Challenges in the transition from vernacularism to globalization’ in K Bishop and N Marshall (eds), Routledge Handbook of People and Place (Routledge)
  • Aroney, N, ‘Griffith’s vision of Australian federalism’ in M White and A Rahemtula (eds), Sir Samuel Griffith: The Law and the Constitution (Lawbook Co.)
  • Botsman, P, ‘Commentary on the Draft Constitution by Charles Cameron Kingston’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Brandis, G, ‘Griffith and early colonial liberalism in Queensland’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Callinan, I, ‘Griffith as the Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Chao, T and Y Chou, ‘Exercise space planning and design for an aging society: A case study of space, exercise behaviour and cognitive function of older women in Taiwan’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Corkery, L, ‘Urban greenspace: Places supporting urban resilience’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Crommelin, L, ‘Making place by making things again? How artisanal makers are reshaping place in post-industrial Detroit and Newcastle’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Duffy, M, ‘Festival bodies: The role of the senses and feelings in place-making practices’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Easthope, H at al, ‘Diversity in density: Encouraging participation in higher density living’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Fincher, R, ‘Pushing diversity beyond recognition’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Guppy, M, ‘Art, communities and housing form: A practitioner’s perspective’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Jackson, D, ‘Griffith and the Australian Constitution’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Lang, J, ‘Self-conscious and unselfconscious placemaking in the city’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Macrossan, J, ‘The 1890 Federation Conference: Essential precursor to the 1891 Convention’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Manzo, L, ‘The experience of place and displacement in the 21st century city’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • McPherson, B, ‘Griffith and court procedure’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • O’Regan, R, ‘Griffith and the Queensland Criminal Code’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Rios, M, ‘Culture, citizenship and the practice of place-making’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Ruggeri, D and A Szilagy-Nagy, ‘Socio-ecological dimensions: People, place and technology’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Sanderson, D, ‘Putting people first in place-based urban post-disaster recovery’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Sayer, P, ‘Griffith and his Insolvency Bill’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Scannell, L et al, ‘Place attachment, well-being and resilience’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Schwarzer, M, ‘The technological infrastructure of place’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Sharma, A, ‘Rebuilding after disaster: People, processes and five per cent technology’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Shaw, K, ‘Using places / exchanging places’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Steinmetz, C and H Oren, ‘Tel Aviv: Making place through technology’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Suartika, G A M, ‘Morphing paradise ideology, culture and planning in Bali’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Tietz, C, ‘Overcrowding and domestic use of public space’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Thomas, J, ‘Griffith at work: 1893–1903’ (White and Rahemtula)
  • Thompson, S and L McKenzie, ‘Resilience in a warming climate: Public place-making for health and wellbeing in hot cities’ (Bishop and Marshall)
  • van den Nouwelant, R, ‘Place-based activism: Out of the frying pan of citizen disengagement and into the fire of territorial localism?’ (Bishop and Marshall)