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Researcher: Clark, M (Mr Martin Clark)

Fields of Research

International criminal law
Constitutional law
Law and society and socio-legal research
Other economics
Law reform
Legal institutions (incl. courts and justice systems)
Legal theory, jurisprudence and legal interpretation
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the law

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in law and legal studies
Law reform
Expanding knowledge in economics

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'Something like the principles of British liberalism': Ivor Jennings and the international and domestic, 1920–1960; Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly
'Whatever Happens on Earth Stays on Earth': Some Other Discourses and the 2017 Chorley Lecture; The Modern Law Review
A conceptual history of recognition in British international legal thought; British Yearbook of International Law
Ambivalence, anxieties / Adaptations, advances: Conceptual History and International Law; Leiden Journal of International Law
British Contributions to the Concept of Recognition during the Interwar Period: Williams, Baty and Lauterpacht; British Influences on International Law, 1915-2015
Building the dignified authority of legislation: towards the office of dignified legislator, process and representation; Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy
Cold War International Law
Dictators, Discretion and Systems of Public Law: Bell Group NV (in liq) v Western Australia
Experiences of coming to law: an interview with Bob Brown on the Tasmanian wilderness society as client in the Tasmanian Dam Case; Griffith Law Review
Justice Gummow Reflects on His Time on the High Court
Making sense of indigeneity, aboriginality and identity: race as a Constitutional conundrum since 1983; Griffith Law Review
No thought for tomorrow: young Australian adults’ knowledge, behaviour and attitudes about superannuation; Law and Financial Markets Review
On Rosa Parks’ Tomahawk, or, The US Strikes in Syria
Remembering the Tasmanian Dam Case
Roll Up, Roll Up … for A Transformational Journey into the Australian Constitution!
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Conversion Practices
The Comparative Constitutional Law of Freedom of Expression in Asia; Comparative Constitutional Law in Asia
The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law; Oxford University Press

Research Projects

Conversion practices; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision