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Researcher: Blackwood, JB (Mr John Blackwood)

Fields of Research

Law
Law and Legal Studies
Public Health and Health Services
Criminal Law and Procedure
Legal Institutions (incl. Courts and Justice Systems)
Administrative Law

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
Justice and the Law
Health
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Law Enforcement

Career Best Publications

'I would rather die with two feet than live with one'; The Status and Legality of Advance Directive in Australia; University of Queensland Law Journal
The Rules of Evidence and the Right to Procedural Fairness in Proceedings of Four Tasmanian Quasi-Judicial Tribunals; Expert Evidence: Causation, Proof and Presentation

Research Publications

'I would rather die with two feet than live with one'; The Status and Legality of Advance Directive in Australia; University of Queensland Law Journal
Accountability of Private Administrator: The Tasmanian Position
Applications for consent of the Board to medical treatment: Guidelines
Discussions About Medical Treatment: How Can Advance Directives and Enduring Guardians Help?; 6th National Guardianship and Administration Conference
Do We Still Need The Jury?
Examination of the Application of the Rules of Evidence in Quasi-Judicial Tribunals; Fourth Annual AIJA Tribunals Conference
Fairness v Privacy: Disclosure of Documents by Guardianship Tribunals; Psychiatry, Psychology and Law
Guardianship and Administration Bill 1995 Report to the Attorney General on provisions dealing with consent to medical and dental treatment and the concept of enduring guardianship
Guardianship and Management of Property
Guardianship Choices & Positive Outcomes for Adults with Disabilities; ASSID Tasmania
Incapacity and Consent for Health Care
Sterilisation Procedures on Children
Tasmanian Criminal Law: Text and Cases; University of Tasmania Law Press
Tasmanian Criminal Law: Text and Cases; University of Tasmania Law Press
The Australian Social Worker and the Law; LBC Information Services
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
Tribunals' power to control their own procedures and the requirements of procedural fairness; Australian Journal of Administrative Law

Research Projects

Examination of the Application of the Rules of Evidence in Proceedings of Quasi-judicial Tribunals; Australian Research Council (ARC)

Research Candidate Supervision