- Evgeny Guglyuvatyy, ‘Climate change justice – an Australian perspective’, Carbon and Climate Law Review, Vol. 1, 1-14.
- Brendan Mackey, Sean Cadman, Nicole Rogers & Sonia Hugh 2017, ‘Assessing the risk to the conservation status of temperate rainforest from exposure to mining, commercial logging, and climate change: a Tasmanian case study‘ (2017) 215 Biological Conservation 19-29.
- Nicole Rogers, “Performance and Pedagogy in the Wild Law Judgment Project” (2017) 27 Legal Education Review Article 3.
- Nicole Rogers, ‘Making climate science matter in the courtroom’ (2017) 34 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 1 – 13 (forthcoming).
- Nicole Rogers, ‘Beyond reason: activism and law in a time of climate change’ has been accepted for publication in the 2018 summer issue of the Journal for the Study of Radicalism.
- Rogers, N. & Maloney, M. (eds), Law as if Earth really mattered: the Wild Law Judgment project, Routledge, 2017.
- Price R, Reading Colonies: Property and Control of the British Far East. City University Press of Hong Kong 2016 ISBN: 978-962-937-297-2.
- Price, R & Nielsen, J, 2012, Principles of employment law, 4th edition, Thomson Reuters Professional Australia, Pyrmont, NSW. ISBN: 9780455228631 (updates for 5th edition due 2018).
- Price, R (submitted) Violence and Emancipation in Colonial Ideology, CityU Press.
- Bee Chen Goh, ‘Negotiation with Chinese’ (with Danny McFadden) in McFadden and Wilde (eds), China’s International Trade Transactions and Laws: Key Tools for China, Wolters Kluwer, Hong Kong, 2017.
- Bee Chen Goh, ‘Wild Negligence: Donoghue v Stevenson’ (with Tom Round) in Rogers and Maloney (eds), Law As If Earth Really Mattered, Routledge, London/New York, 2017.
- Bee Chen Goh, ‘Typical Errors in Chinese-Western Negotiation’ in Honeyman and Schneider (eds), The Negotiator’s Desk Reference, DRI Press, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 2017.
- Nicole Rogers, ‘Duck rescuers and the freedom to protest: Levy v Victoria’ in Nicole Rogers and Michelle Maloney (eds), Law as if Earth really mattered: the wild law judgment project (Routledge, 2017) 339 – 352.
- Nicole Rogers and Michelle Maloney, ‘The wild law judgment project’ in Nicole Rogers and Michelle Maloney (eds), Law as if Earth really mattered: the wild law judgment project (Routledge, 2017) 3 – 18.
In October 2017, Evgeny Guglyuvatyy attended the 10th International Scientific Conference on Energy and Climate Change conducted in Greece, Athens, where he presented a paper ‘Failing to see the wood for the trees? A critical analysis of Australia’s tax provisions for land and forest conservation’. The paper is currently under review with British Tax Review journal.
Bee Chen Goh participated in the 40 Years of Rhodes Women – Standing Up for the World Conference at Rhodes House, Oxford, in September 2017. This Conference brought together a global gathering of about 150 women Rhodes Scholars, celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Rhodes Scholarships for women. Lord Patten of Barnes, Chancellor of Oxford University, delivered the Special Address. Bee Chen was a speaker on the Law and Justice Panel. She attended the Oxford Meeting Minds event, and also met with a contributing author of her proposed co-edited volume on Comparative Law.
Evgeny Guglyuvatyy and Dr. Nikolai Milogolov (Scientific and Research Financial Institute, the Ministry of Finance of Russian Federation) successfully bid for a competitive research grant ($7,500) provided by the Singapore Management University and Tax Academy of Singapore – Centre for Excellence in Taxation (SMU-TA CET). The research project ‘Taxing international electronic commerce: comparing effectiveness of Singaporean and Australian approaches’ will be conducted from 1/12/2017 to 1/06/2018.
- Nicole Rogers, ‘The Wild Law Judgment project and Rights of Nature tribunals’, General Assembly of the Canadian Commission of UNESCO, Montreal, 26 May 2017.
- Nicole Rogers, ‘Re-imagining the Common Law: the Wild Law Judgment project and the Rights of Nature tribunals’, the ESGRREW symposium at the UNESCO World Conference on Humanities, Liege, Belgium, 10 August 2017.
Other conference presentations
- Nicole Rogers, The Wild Law Judgment project: a teaching methodology’, paper presented at Frontiers 2 – the annual environmental law colloquium, University of Melbourne, 15 – 16 February 2017.
- Nicole Rogers, conference organiser, Interdisciplinary Narratives of Climate Change symposium planned for July 2018. newcastle.edu.au/about-uon/governance-and-leadership/faculties-and-schools/faculty-of-business-and-law/conferences/narratives-of-climate-change-symposium
Szablewska N and Kubacki K. 27 December 2017. Does the route to equality include Indigenous peoples? OUPblog: blog.oup.com.