Anthony, T & Dixon, T 1999, Environmental Economics, 1st, Leading Edge Publications, Sydney.
Biber, K 1999, '"Turned out real nice afterall:Death and masculinity in Austraian Cinema"' in Biber, K, Sear, T & Trudinger, D (eds), Playing the man: new approaches to masculinity, Pluto Press, Sydney, pp. 27-38.
Goldblatt, BA 1999, 'Gender, Culture and Equality: Reforming Customary Marriage' in Engendering the Political Agenda- a South African Case Study, Centre for Applied Legal Studies for the United Nations Institute for Research and Training for the Advancement of Women, Santa Domingo, pp. 83-110.
Karpin, IA 1999, 'Peeking Through the Eyes of the Body: Regulating the Bodies of Women with Disabilities' in Jones, M & Marks, LAB (eds), Disability, Diversability and Legal Change, Kluwer International Law, The Netherlands, pp. 283-300.
Aboriginal women and the state
Dorsett, SG 1999, 'Africa: Making Amends for Past Injustice: Restitution of Past Injustice in South Africa', ILB, vol. 4, no. 23, p. 10.
Dorsett, SG 1999, 'Headnote and extracts, Presidentâs Five Year Report on the Native Title Act', Australian Indigenous Law Reporter, vol. 4, no. 3.
Dorsett, SG 1999, 'Restitution of Land Rights in South Africa', Indigenous Law Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 23, pp. 9-11.
Dorsett, SG 1999, 'Restitution of Urban Land in South Africa: the Story of District Six', The University of New South Wales Law Journal, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 180-204.
Dorsett, SG & Godden, L 1999, 'Tenure and Statute: Re-Conceiving the Basis of Land Holding in Australia', Australian Journal of Legal History, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 29-40.
Dwyer, A & Meathrel, C 1999, 'The internet in schools: controversial material and liability.', New Learning Technologies: A Challenge for educators.
Goldblatt, BA & Mbatha, L 1999, 'Women's Rights - the Maintenance and Customary Marriages Act', Indicator, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 77-77.
Greenleaf, G, Allen, R, Chung, P, Austin, D & Mowbray, A 1999, 'With a wysh and a prayer: An experiment in cooperative development of legal knowledgebases', Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, pp. 130-131.
An ongoing experiment in collaborative construction of legal knowledgebases over the WWW is described. The work involves the development and implementation of different architectures for collaboration in knowledgebase development, and testing these architectures on a group of about 20 university law students studying computerization of law.
Kaye, M 1999, 'The Hague convention and the flight from domestic violence: how women and children are being returned by coach and four', International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 191-212.
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Lambert, H 1999, 'Building a European Asylum Policy under the 'First Pillar' of the Consolidated Treaty establishing the European Community', International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 328-337.
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On 24 June 1998, the Commission adopted two proposals for joint action on asylum matters, one concerning temporary protection of displaced persons, the other concerning solidarity in the reception and residence of beneficiaries of temporary protection. The principles laid down in the text of these joint actions offer a realistic, and to some extent satisfactory, solution to refugee protection in the Union. Notwithstanding the fact that certain issues remain unresolved amongst the Member States, it is likely that the bulk of the draft proposals will obtain political agreement during 1999.
Lambert, H 1999, 'Protection against refoulement from Europe: Human rights law comes to the rescue', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 515-544.
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Lambert, H 1999, 'The European Court of Human Rights and the right of refugees and other persons in need of protection to family reunion', International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 427-450.
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While article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR50) does not provide an absolute right for individuals, it does impose certain obligations on States. In any dispute arising under this article, the European Court of Human Rights must balance two sets of competing interests, the right of individuals to private and family life, on one hand, and the interests of the community, on the other. To this end, the Court applies certain general principles but its approach in respect of article 8 is surprising for its lack of any specific criteria. The Court distinguishes between cases of entry of non-citizens into the territory of a contracting State for family reunion purposes, and cases of removal or deportation, for example, as a consequence of criminal conviction, resulting in the break up of family life. In cases of entry, the Court's approach to whether it is reasonable to expect non-citizens to develop family life elsewhere is particularly restrictive. This is because it balances the applicant's right against the State's interest at the early stage of establishing an interference under article 8(1). As a result, no interference has yet been found by the Court in such cases. In cases of removal, on the other hand, the Court will usually balance the individual's rights against the community's interests at the later stage of considering whether or not the interference was 'necessary in a democratic society' under article 8(2). Recent cases suggest that the Court is now scrutinising more closely the seriousness of the offences committed by the non-citizen, and looking predominantly at elements of family life. This being the case, where a refugee or a person in need of protection has committed serious offences and can show no strong family ties in the country of residence, he or she may only be protected against removal under article 3 ECHR50. However, where the person in need of protection has not committed a serious offence, the balance of interest would ...
Landrigan, M & Warren, T 1999, 'Administrative Costs and Error Costs in Market Conduct Regulation: Two Case Studies'.
Lee, K 1999, 'The Roaming Condition: Victory (At Last) for New Entrants', International Media Law, vol. 17, no. 10, pp. 73-76.
McDougal, D & Biber, K 1999, 'Book Review: Transcultural Cinema by David McDougal', Canbera Anthropology, vol. 22, no. 2.
Stoianoff, NP 1999, 'Patenting Computer Software: An Australian Perspective', European Intellectual Property Review, vol. 21, no. 10, pp. 500-507.
Dorsett, SG 1999, 'Native Title: A Fundamentally Flawed Doctrine?', International Symposium of Society and Resource Management, Queensland.
Dorsett, SG 1999, 'Tenure and Statute: Reconceiving the Basis of Land Holding in Australia', Annual Conference of the Law and History Society, Newcastle.
Dorsett, SG 1999, 'The Establishment and Extinguishment of Native Title in a Negotiated Framework', Law and Society Conference, Chicago.
Dwyer, A & O'Keefe, S 1999, 'The introduction of new communication technology and software in a university teaching and learning environment', Pacific Science Congress, Sydney.
Stuhmcke, AG 1999, 'Access to IVF', In Vitro Fertilisation and Human Reproductive Genetics, Sydney.
Cantley-Smith, R, Tito, F & Roach, S Enduring Solutions PtyLtd 1999, To Each According to Their Needs: Report on best practice options for case streaming and case management of workers' compensation claimants, Australia.
Kirkby, D 1999, 'Punishment in Australian society', UNIV MELBOURNE, pp. 361-362.