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Researcher: Moss, AM (Mr Aaron Moss)

Fields of Research

Administrative Law
Environmental and Natural Resources Law
International Law (excl. International Trade Law)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Law
Law and Society
Commercial and Contract Law
Legal Theory, Jurisprudence and Legal Interpretation
Law
Human Rights Law

Research Objectives

Justice and the Law
Expanding Knowledge in Law and Legal Studies
Law Reform
Religion and Society
Legal Processes

Career Best Publications

Risk of Harm, Relevant Considerations and s 501: Wrangling the Minister's Discretion; Australian Law Journal
Tiptoeing through the tripwires: recent developments in jurisdictional error; Federal Law Review

Research Publications

A Jurisprudential Defence of International Law
Advocacy Tasmania, Community Legal Centres Tasmania, Aaron Moss and Andrew Topfer, ‘The Public Trustee and a Fair and Proportionate Fee Structure for Represented Persons
All Aboard! Why Public Lawyers Should Consider Admiralty and Maritime Law
Book Review: Law and Religion – Peter Radan, Denise Meyerson and Rosalind F Croucher
Book Review: Non-International Armed Conflicts in International Law - Yoram Dinstein
Book Review: Resolving Claims to Self-Determination: Is there a role for the International Court of Justice? – Andrew Coleman
Case Note – Legitimate Expectations in The High Court: WZARH
Filling the void? NSW Government seeks to strengthen rehabilitation obligations for mine operators
Looking forward, looking back: Native Title in 2017 and 2018
New contaminated land guidelines place more obligations on NSW site auditors
NSW proposes major reforms to protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage
Piracy, negotiation period expenses and allowance in general average: The Longchamp; Lloyd's Maritime & Commercial Law Quarterly
Refashioning Legitimate Expectations in Australian Administrative Law: Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v WZARH
Risk of Harm, Relevant Considerations and s 501: Wrangling the Minister's Discretion; Australian Law Journal
Take the money and run? Court of Appeal confirms directors' liability for Council's clean-up costs
Tiptoeing through the tripwires: recent developments in jurisdictional error; Federal Law Review
Ure v Commonwealth of Australia [2015] FCA 241’; University of Tasmania Law Review

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision