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Researcher: Bartie, S (Dr Susan Bartie)

Fields of Research

Legal practice, lawyering and the legal profession
Law and society and socio-legal research
Public law
Legal theory, jurisprudence and legal interpretation
Legal institutions (incl. courts and justice systems)
Australian history
History and philosophy of law and justice
Environmental law
Tort law
Climate change law
Environmental and resources law

Research Objectives

Justice and the law
Expanding knowledge in law and legal studies
Other law, politics and community services
Understanding Australia's past
Environmental policy, legislation and standards
Legal processes

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A full day's work: A study of Australia's first legal scholarly community; University of Queensland Law Journal
Alice Erh-Soon Tay and the Character of Legal Knowledge; Gender and Careers in the Legal Academy
Ambition Versus Judicial Reality: Causation and Remoteness Under Civil Liability Legislation; University of Western Australia Law Review
American Legal Education Abroad: Critical Histories; New York University Press
Book Forum: Susan Bartie
Free Hands and Minds: Pioneering Australian Legal Scholars; Hart Publishing
Functionalism, Legal Process and the Transformation (and Subordination) of Australian Law Schools; American Legal Education Abroad: Critical Histories
Histories of Legal Scholars: the power of possibility; Legal Studies
Introduction; American Legal Education Abroad: Critical Histories
Is Mazur the new Langdell? The strange trajectory of interactive law teaching; Legal Studies
Review essay: The social sciences in Australia and the experience of law; Sydney Law Review
Review of The Campaign Against the Courts: A History of the Judicial Activism Debate by Tanya Josev, Federation Press, 2017
Some problems with extrajudicial writing; Sydney Law Review, The
Studying women legal scholars: the challenges of life history; International Journal of The Legal Profession
The impact of legal meta-scholarship: Love thy navel; Griffith Law Review
The lingering core of legal scholarship; Legal Studies
The Teaching of Criminal Law: The Pedagogical Imperatives by Kris Gledhill and Ben Livings (eds.), Routledge, 2017, 212 pp (ISBN 978113841994; 9781315731902 (ebook))
Towards a History of Law as an Academic Discipline; Melbourne University Law Review
Twining, Arthurs and Histories of Academic Lawyers; Law and History Review

Research Projects

A Socio-Legal History of Australia's Environmental Lawyers; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Beyond Harvard: Transplanting Legal Education ; American Society of Legal History (ASLH)

Research Candidate Supervision