Web Access Research Portal

Research Report 2017 - Faculty of Law

Journal Article
Byrnes, R, “Filling the gaps: recognition of environmental protection as a charitable purpose”, Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 31 (6) pp. 415-438. ISSN 0813-300X (2014) [Refereed Article] [Full Text] [Detail]
Figg, M, “Protecting third party rights of appeal, protecting the environment: A Tasmanian case study”, Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 31 (3) pp. 210-222. ISSN 0813-300X (2014) [Refereed Article] [Full Text] [Detail]
Moore, N* and Benmazhar, H* and Brent, K and Du, H* and Iese, V* and Kone, S* and Luwesi, CN* and Scott, V* and Smith, J* and Talberg, A* and Thompson, M* and Zhuo, Z*, “Climate engineering: early reflections on a complex conversation”, Climate Law, 5 (2-4) pp. 295-301. doi:10.1163/18786561-00504007 ISSN 1878-6561 (2015) [Refereed Article] [Full Text] [Detail]
Romeo-Casabona, CM* and Mora, AU* and Beriain, IdM* and Armaza, EJA* and Romeo-Malanda, S, Medical Law in Spain, Wolters Kluwer, Netherlands, pp. 238. ISBN 9789041169297 (2016) [Revision/New Edition] [Full Text] [Detail]
Chapter in Book
Foerster, A, “Water law: adapting to climate change in South-Eastern Australia?”, Water and the law: towards sustainability, Edward Elgar Publishing, M Kidd, L Feris, T Murombo, A Iza (ed), United Kingdom, pp. 245-273. ISBN 978-178347962-7 (2014) [Research Book Chapter] [Detail]
Murray, I, “Nudging charities to balance the needs of the present against those of the future”, New directions for law in Australia: essays in contemporary law reform, ANU Press, R Levy, M O’Brien, S Rice, P Ridge, M Thornton (ed), Australia, pp. 347-358. ISBN 9781760461416 (2017) [Research Book Chapter] [Full Text] [Detail]

* This author is not affiliated with the University of Tasmania.