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Researcher: Henning, T (Associate Professor Terese Henning)

Fields of Research

Criminal Law and Procedure
Law
Law and Legal Studies
Access to Justice
Criminology
Human Rights Law
Constitutional Law
Aged Health Care
Administrative Law
Environmental Impact Assessment
Property Law (excl. Intellectual Property Law)
Crime Policy
Law and Society
Correctional Theory, Offender Treatment and Rehabilitation
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Legal Institutions (incl. Courts and Justice Systems)
Natural Resource Management
Health and Community Services
International Law (excl. International Trade Law)
Litigation, Adjudication and Dispute Resolution
Social and Cultural Geography
Social Change
Social Policy

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in Law and Legal Studies
Justice and the Law
Criminal Justice
Expanding Knowledge in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
Law Enforcement
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Legal Processes
Law Reform
Cultural Understanding
Health Related to Ageing
Ageing and Older People
Environmental Policy, Legislation and Standards
Rehabilitation and Correctional Services
Ability and Disability
Political Systems
Marine Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Moral and Social Development (incl. Affect)
Children's/Youth Services and Childcare
Civics and Citizenship
International Relations
Fisheries - Wild Caught

Career Best Publications

Balancing fairness to victims, society and defendants in the cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses: an impossible triangulation?; Melbourne University Law Review
Beyond 'Beyond ReasonableDoubt': Wrong Decisions in Sexual Offences Trials; Australian Journal of Law and Society
Consolidation of Arrest Laws In Tasmania
Criminal Process and Human Rights; The Federation Press
Custody, Arrest and Police Bail
Facilitating Equal Access to Justice: An Intermediary/ Communication Assistant Scheme for Tasmania?”, Issue Paper No 22
Finessing the Fair Trial for Complainants and the Accused: Mansions of Justice or Castles in the Air?; Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions
Judicial Summation: The Trial Judge's Version of the Facts or the Chimera of Neutrality; International Journal for the Semiotics of Law
Litigation I: Evidence and Criminal Process; Butterworths / Lexis Nexis
Litigation II: Civil Procedure; Butterworths / Lexis Nexis
Obtaining the best evidence from children and witnesses with cognitive impairments - 'plus ça change' or prospects new?; Criminal Law Journal
Rape victims on trial: Regulating the use and abuse of sexual history evidence; Balancing the Scales: Rape, Law Reform & Australian Culture
Sentencing in Tasmania; The Federation Press
Sexual Reputation and Sexual Experience Evidence in Tasmanian Proceedings Relating to Sexual Offences; University of Tasmania Law School
Suspended Sentences of Imprisonment; Laws of Australia
The Criminal Process and Sentencing; Crime and Justice, An Australian Textbook in Criminology
The Rules of Evidence and the right to procedural fairness in proceedings of four Tasmanian quasi-judicial tribunals; Australian Journal of Administrative Law
The Trial: Principles, Process and Evidence; The Federation Press
Tribunals' power to control their own procedures and the requirements of procedural fairness; Australian Journal of Administrative Law
Warnings in sexual offences cases relating to delay in complaint

Research Publications

A Charter of Rights for Tasmania (Final Report)
A Charter of Rights for Tasmania (Issues Paper)
A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous thing or When is an Arrest Not an Arrest; Current Issues in Criminal Justice
A Tasmanian Bill of Rights; Australian Bills of Rights, the ACT and Beyond
Academics lash Lennon 'ethics'
Ameliorating vulnerability arising from involvement with criminal courts; Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice
An Australian Fair Trial Challenge – Who Are the Losers in Confrontation Law Reform?”; Society of Legal Scholars Annual Seminar 2010: Criminal Evidence & Human Rights
Attorney General's Reference No 2 of 1993; Re Mansell; Criminal Law Journal
Balancing fairness to victims, society and defendants in the cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses: an impossible triangulation?; Melbourne University Law Review
Beyond 'Beyond ReasonableDoubt': Wrong Decisions in Sexual Offences Trials; Australian Journal of Law and Society
Bullying, Issues Paper No 21
Bullying, Issues paper No 22
Charters of Human Rights: Lessons from the Tasmanian Experience; Charter of Human Rights Roundtable
Consensus statement on the Reform of the Tasmanian Constitution; University of Tasmania Law Review
Consent and mistaken belief in consent in Tasmanian sexual offences trials; University of Tasmania Law School Ocassional Paper Series
Consent in Sexual Offences Cases: the continuing construction; Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal
Consolidation of Arrest Laws in Tasmania
Consolidation of Arrest Laws In Tasmania
Constraints on the Operation of Community Service Orders in Tasmania
Control of cross-examination - A snowflake's chance in hell?; Criminal Law Journal
Conviction or Non-conviction; Laws of Australia
Criminal Process and Human Rights; The Federation Press
Custody, Arrest and Police Bail
Defence tactics in cross-examining complainants in sexual offences cases; National Evidence Teachers Conference
Developing human rights thinking in teaching Australian criminal justice: implications for negotiating vulnerability; Vulnerable People, Criminal Justice and Policing: competing or irreconcilable views? Workshop
Does the despoiler of water have a proprietary right in the Commingled Product? implications for Property Law and Criminal Procedure; Monash University Law Review
Duniam; Criminal Law Journal
Evidence Act 2001 sections 97, 98 & 101 and Hoch's Case: Admissibility of tendency and coincidence evidence in sexual assault cases with multiple complainants
Evidence Act 2001 sections 97, 98 & 101 and Hoch's Case: Admissibility of tendency and coincidence evidence in sexual assault cases with multple complainants
Examination of the Application of the Rules of Evidence in Quasi-Judicial Tribunals; Fourth Annual AIJA Tribunals Conference
Existing unidentified measures for obtaining the best evidence from vulnerable complainants in criminal trials in uniform Evidence Act jurisdictions; 26th International Conference: International Responses to Social and Justice Challenges,
Facilitating Equal Access to Justice: An Intermediary/ Communication Assistant Scheme for Tasmania?”, Issue Paper No 22
Feminism and Criminology
Finessing the Fair Trial for Complainants and the Accused: Mansions of Justice or Castles in the Air?; Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions
Hidden Factors in the Assessment of Offenders for Community Service Orders in Tasmania; Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Intermediate Sentences of Supervised Release; Laws of Australia
Judicial Summation: The Trial Judge's Version of the Facts or the Chimera of Neutrality; International Journal for the Semiotics of Law
Law Reform on the ‘Smell of an Oily Rag’: The Challenge of Managing Law Reform in Smaller Jurisdictions; Australasian Law Reform Agencies Conference
Lawyers and DNA: Issues in understanding and challenging the evidence; Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Lawyers and DNA: Understanding and challenging the evidence; 21st International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences
Lies, Personality Disorders and Expert Evidence: New Developments in the Law; Psychiarty, Psychology and Law
Litigation I: Evidence and Criminal Process; Butterworths / Lexis Nexis
Litigation II: Civil Procedure; Butterworths / Lexis Nexis
Mainstreaming human rights literacy (and culture) in a wilderness?; Human Rights Teachers' Workshop
Mark Findlay, Stephen Odgers and Stanley Yeo, ‘Australian Criminal Justice 1999
Medical Tribunal of Tasmania: Rules of Evidence and procedure and legal Represetation
Neighbours’ Hedges as Barriers to Sunlight and a View, Issues Paper No 19
Obtaining the Best Evidence from Children and Witnesses with Cognitive Impairments; Judicial Education Seminarof the Supreme Court of Tasmania and the Magistrates Court of Tasmania
Obtaining the best evidence from children and witnesses with cognitive impairments - 'plus ça change' or prospects new?; Criminal Law Journal
Obtaining the best evidence from witnesses with complex communication needs; Justice Disability Plan Symposium
Offending while on bail
One Little Smack - Will you be in the Slammer?; Criminal Law Journal
Physical Punishment of Children
Protecting the Anonymity of Victims of Sexual Crimes Final Report No 19
Psychological Explanations in Sentencing Women in Tasmania; The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology
Rape (Pafitis); Criminal Law Journal
Rape victims on trial: Regulating the use and abuse of sexual history evidence; Balancing the Scales: Rape, Law Reform & Australian Culture
Recidivist Drink Driving – A Specialist Court for Tasmania; ATDC Conference: Visions and Values – Setting the Scene for the Future
Review of the Law Relating to Self-defence, Final Report No 20
Review of the Law Relating to Self-defence, Issues Paper No 20
Sentencing in Tasmania; The Federation Press
Sexual Offences against Young People: Final Report No 18
Sexual reputation and sexual experience evidence in proceedings relating to sexual offences; Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, 12th Annual Conference,
Sexual Reputation and Sexual Experience Evidence in Tasmanian Proceedings Relating to Sexual Offences; University of Tasmania Law School
Sexual Reputation and Sexual Experience Evidence in Tasmanian Proceedings Relating to Sexual Offenders
Special Measures for Child Witnesses and Witnesses with Cognitive Impairments; Criminal Evidence and Procedure Workshop
Speculation uncorroborated opinions and forensic expertise in child sex prosecutions; Psychiatry, Psychology and the Law
Suspended Sentences of Imprisonment; Laws of Australia
The APPM Strike: An Exercise in Police Discretion; A Poor Example of Judicial Oversight; The Bond Law Review
The Australian Criminal Justice Response to Drug Abuse – Prompting Change
The Criminal Process and Sentencing; Crime and Justice, An Australian Textbook in Criminology
The Criminal Process and Sentencing; Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology
The Forfeiture Rule
The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics, Volumes 1 and 2; Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal
The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics, Volumes 1 and 2
The Legal Issues Relating to Same-Sex Marriage Research Paper No 3
The Rules of Evidence and the Right to Procedural Fairness in Proceedings of Four Tasmanian Quasi-Judicial Tribunals; Expert Evidence: Causation, Proof and Presentation
The Rules of Evidence and the right to procedural fairness in proceedings of four Tasmanian quasi-judicial tribunals; Australian Journal of Administrative Law
The Trial: Principles, Process and Evidence; The Federation Press
Therapeutic Justice and Recidivist Drink Drivers: irreconcilable or compatible issues?
Therapeutic Justice and Recidivist Drink Drivers: irreconcilable or compatible issues?
Tribunals' power to control their own procedures and the requirements of procedural fairness; Australian Journal of Administrative Law
Tribunals’ Power to Control Their Own Procedures and the Requirements of Procedural Fairness: Some Issues; Sixth Annual AIJA Tribunals Conference
Unconditional Release; Laws of Australia
Unity of the Common Law: Implications for State and Territory Charters of Human Rights; Evidence Colloquium
Unsupervised Conditional Release; Laws of Australia
Vendor Disclosure
Vendor Disclosure
Vulnerable Suspects and Arrest and Investigative Processes; Policing Vulnerability
Warnings in sexual offences cases relating to delay in complaint
Warnings in sexual offences cases relating to delay in complaint
Women in Leadership: Gender Equality and Reform – the Case of the Safe Home, Safe Families Agenda in Tasmania; DFAT Tasmania Office

Research Projects

A study of the legal response to reported incidents of domestic violence; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
An Evaluation of Suspended Sentences; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Community Service Orders; Law Foundation of Tasmania (LFT)
Control of the conduct of sexual assault trials in Tasmania: have the 1987 legislative reforms achieved their objective?; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Elder-abuse in Tasmania; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Examination of the Application of the Rules of Evidence in Proceedings of Quasi-judicial Tribunals; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Exploring the Dimensions of the Sexual Abuse of Older Women in Tasmania; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Reform of the Tasmanian Constitution Act 1934; Law Foundation of Tasmania (LFT)
Responding to the Problem of Recidivist Drink Drivers; MAIB Injury Prevention & Management Foundation (MAIB)
Responding to the problem of recidivist drink drivers: Is the Court Mandated Diversion framework the answer?; Department of Justice Tasmania (DJ)
Review of the defence of insanity in s 16 of the Criminal Code and fitness to plead; Department of Justice Tasmania (DJ)
Review of the Guardianship and Administration Act 1995; Department of Justice Tasmania (DJ)
Review of the Judicial Review Act; Law Foundation of Tasmania (LFT)
Sexual offences law reform research project; Justice Department (JD)
Should Notional Estate Legislation be introduced in Tasmania?; Department of Justice Tasmania (DJ)
Supplementary Funding; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Tasmanian Constitutional Law Reform Initiative; Law Foundation of Tasmania (LFT)
Tasmanian Law Reform Institute ; Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPAC)
The use of intermediaries to obtain the best evidence from children and other vulnerable witnesses testifying in criminal trials.; Department of Justice Tasmania (DJ)

Research Candidate Supervision

An evaluation of suspended sentences of imprisonment
Criminal justice system (dangerous offenders and life prisoners) - practice and theory
Exploring the Victim's Perspective of Sentences in Sex Offence Cases
Forced Marriage as a Crime Against Humanity- Its Genesis, Viability and Future
How Court-connection and Lawyers' Perspectives Have Shaped Court-connected Mediation Practice in the Supreme Court of Tasmania
Improving the Experience and Utilisation of Australian Federal Disability Anti-discrimination Laws by Disabled People in the Field of Employment
International Human Rights Law and the Exercise of Judicial Discretion in Australia
Lawyers and DNA- Understanding and Challenging the Evidence
Sword or Feather? The Use and Utility of Suspended Sentences in Tasmania
The Changing Role of the Modern Prosecutor- Has the Notion of the "Minister of Justice" Outlived its Use?
The Evolving Role in Sentencing of the Australian Prosecutor in the 21st Century
The Impact of Introducing an Affirmative Model of Consent and Changes to the Defence of Mistake in Tasmanian Rape Trials
Towards a National Child Protection Law for Australia
Trial law evidence
Women who kill their violent male partners