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Publications by Catherine Bond

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Books

  • Catherine Bond, Anzac: The Landing, The Legend, The Law (Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2016)
    • Available for purchase through Australian Scholarly Publishing here
    • Reviewed by Jo Hawkins, 'Word War One: how the law shaped the Anzac legend', Honest History, 2 May 2017; available to read here
    • Featured on ABC Radio National's 'Law Report', Tuesday 19 April 2016; audio, transcript and associated images avalable here
    • 'Is it time to repeal Australia's century-old laws on the use of the word "Anzac"?', The Conversation, 1 November 2016, available to read here
    • 'Constitutional and community aspects of flag burning in Australia', AUSPUBLAW, 3 March 2017, available to read here
    • Featured on 'The World Today', ABC Radio National and Local Radio, Monday 10 April 2017; audio and transcript here
    • Featured on 'Saturday Extra' with Andrew West, ABC Radio National, Saturday 22 April; audio here
    • Featured in Damien Murphy, 'How Anzac became the most protected word in the world', Sun Herald, Sunday 23 April 2017, pp 26-27; available to read here
    • Featured in Melissa Coade, 'The laywers who fought for a returned Anzac', Lawyer's Weekly, Monday 24 April 2017; available to read here
    • Featured in Clare Morgan, UNSW Newsroom, 'The legend and laws of Anzac', Monday 24 April 2017; available to read here
    • Featured in Alana Mitchelson, 'Anzac Day-themed nighclub parties slammed as "insensitive", "disrespectful"', The New Daily, Tuesday 25 April 2017; available to read here

Book Chapters

  • Catherine Bond, ‘“Cabined, Cribbed, Confined, Bound In”: Copyright in the Australian Colonies’ in Isabella Alexander and H. Tomás Gómez-Arostegui (eds), Research Handbook on the History of Copyright Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016) 372 - 390

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Catherine Bond, '"Through the dreadful circumstances of fate, a broken man": Anton Reznicek, War and Australian Law, 1911-1930' (2017) 17(1) Legal History 46 - 69, available as [2017] UNSWLRS 51 here
  • Catherine Bond and Stephanie Crosbie, '"Nothing burns like the cold" - except for wildfire: How patents could win the Game of Thrones' (2015) 20 Media and Arts Law Review  125 - 146 (Special edition on Law and Law Breaking in Game of Thrones); copies of the special edition are available for purchase here
  • Catherine Bond, "This is not a Bill to legalize looting": Wartime Regulation of Enemy-Owned Intellectual Property in Australia' [2015] 2 Intellectual Property Quarterly 79 - 105
  • Catherine Bond and Graham Greenleaf, 'Copyright Duration in Australia: 1869 to 2014' (2015) 25 Australian Intellectual Property Journal 155 - 178, available as [2016] UNSWLRS 7 here
  • Catherine Bond, '"A spectacle cannot be owned": A History of the uneasy relationship between copyright and sport in Australia' (2013) 8 Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal 1 - 19
  • Catherine Bond, 'Commonwealth v WikiLeaks: Fairfax Revisited' (2013) 18 Media and Arts Law Review 310 - 329
  • Graham Greenleaf and Catherine Bond, '"Public rights" in copyright: What makes up Australia's public domain?' (2013) 23 Australian Intellectual Property Journal 111 - 138, available as [2013] UNSWLRS 9 here
  • Catherine Bond, 'Big Tobacco, Smaller Print: The Constitutional Validity of Plain Packaging on Tobacco Products' (2011) 22 Public Law Review 251 - 256
  • Catherine Bond, '"There's nothing worse than a muddle in all the world": Copyright complexity and law reform in Australia' (2011) 34(3)/17(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal 1145 - 1162, available on the UNSWLJ site here
  • Catherine Bond, '"The play goes on eternally": Copyright, Marcus Clarke's Heirs and His Natural Life as Play and Film - Part Two' (2011) 24 Intellectual Property Journal 61 - 77
  • Catherine Bond, '"The play goes on eternally": Copyright, Marcus Clarke's Heirs and His Natural Life as Play and Film - Part One' (2011) 23 Intellectual Property Journal 268 - 287
  • Graham Greenleaf and Catherine Bond, 'Reuse rights and Australia's unfinished PSI revolution' [2011] 1-2 International Journal Informatica e Diritto 341 -  369 (Special issue - Open Data and re-use of Public Sector Information)
  • Catherine Bond, '"Curse the Law!": unravelling the copyright complexities in Marcus Clarke's His Natural Life' (2010) 15(4) Media and Arts Law Review 452 - 477, available here at [2010] UNSWLRS 50
  • Kathy Bowrey and Catherine Bond, 'Copyright and the Fourth Estate: Does Copyright Support a Sustainable and Reliable Public Domain of News?' (2009) 4 Intellectual Property Quarterly 399 - 427 
  • Catherine Bond, 'Constitutional aspects of Australia's public domain' (2009) 27 Copyright Reporter 4 - 11
  • Catherine Bond, 'Reconciling Crown Copyright and Reuse of Government Information: An Analysis of the CLRC Crown Copyright Review' (2007) 12(3) Media and Arts Law Review 343 - 365, available here at [2007] UNSWLRS 32
  • Catherine Bond, Abi Paramaguru and Graham Greenleaf, 'Advance Australia Fair? The Copyright Reform Process' (2007) 10 Journal of World Intellectual Property 284-313 (with Abi Paramaguru and Graham Greenleaf)
  • Catherine Bond, 'Simplification and Consistency in Australian Public Rights Licences' (2007) 4(1) SCRIPT-ed 38 - 58 @: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=977118, available here at [2007] UNSWLRS 51

Non-refereed journal articles

  • Catherine Bond, 'So your client's been publicly shamed - Part II' (2016) 19(4)  Internet Law Bulletin 318-321
  • Catherine Bond, 'So your client's been publicly shamed - Part I' (2016) 19(1) Internet Law Bulletin 246-249

Conference and seminar papers

  • Anzac: The Landing, The Legend, The Law Seminar, Swinburne Law School, Swinburne University of Technology, Thursday 20 April 2017
  • ​​Anzac: The Landing, The Legend, The Law Seminar and Book Launch, Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Law, Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Research Program, Wednesday 12 April 2017, details here
  • Anzac: The Landing, The Legend, The Law UNSW Law Book Forum, Thursday 6 April 2017, with speakers Professor Joan Beaumont, Peter FitzSimons and Professor Kimberlee Weatherall; details here and Meet the Author video and interview here
  • 'Dramatisation, Film and Performance Rights: Reconciling Nineteenth Century British Law and Business Practice', Australasian IP Academics Conference, University of Western Australia, 3-4 February 2016 (with Kathy Bowrey)
  • 'Stumbling through Anzackery: The Legal Regulation of a Symbol of State’, CMCL & IPRIA Conference, University of Melbourne, 23 - 24 November 2015
  • Commentator, Joseph Slaughter, 'Open Source Intelligence: Counterinsurgency, State Secrets and Small Novels', International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property 7th Annual Workshop, University of Pennsylvania, 22 - 24 July 2015
  • 'Beyond Borders: Extra-territorial regulation of "Anzac"', Australia and New Zealand Law and History Conference, University of New England, Coffs Harbour, 11 - 13 December 2014
  • 'The Mystery of a Hansom Cab: An inquiry into how late 19th century copyright law supported colonial "Australian" productions', Australia and New Zealand Law and History Conference, University of New England, Coffs Harbour, 11 - 13 December 2014 (with Kathy Bowrey)
  • 'Law and Symbols of State: A Legal History of "Anzac"', Law School Seminar Series, University of New South Wales, 9 September 2014
  • 'Colonial Newspapers as Copyright Courtrooms', Australasian IP Academics Conference, Griffith University, 7 - 8 February 2014
  • 'From I.G. Farbenindustrie to Lili Marlene: Wartime Regulation of Enemy-Owned Intellectual Property in Australia', Law School Seminar Series, University of New South Wales, 8 October 2013
  • '"The Equitable Right to Her Late Husband’s Brains": The Cultural Practice of a ‘Right’ to Royalties in the Australian Colonies', International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property 5th Annual Conference, 26 - 28 June 2013, Universite Paris Diderot and Universite Paris-Assas
  • ‘Constitutional transformations of Australian Intellectual property laws’, Australia & New Zealand Law and History Society Conference, 10 – 12 December 2012, University of Technology Sydney
  • "Public rights" in copyright: What makes up Australia's public domain?' Australasian IP Academics Conference, University of Adelaide Law School, 13 - 14 July 2012 (with Graham Greenleaf)
  • '"The play goes on eternally": Copyright Law, Marcus Clarke's Heirs and His Natural Life as Play and Film', Australasian IP Academics Conference, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, 4 - 5 February 2011
  • 'Moral Rights & Public Art', Media, Communications and Public Speech, Centre for Media and Communications Law, University of Melbourne, 25-26 November 2010 (with Kathy Bowrey and Mehera San Roque)
  • 'Moral Rights & Public Art', Copyright 2010: A decade of moral rights and the digital agenda, Australian National University, 21 - 22 June 2010 (with Kathy Bowrey and Mehera San Roque)
  • 'Copyright & the Digital Age', 14th Biennial Copyright Law & Practice Symposium, Australian Copyright Council & Copyright Society of Australia 16 October 2009, transcript published as Catherine Bond, 'Copyright and the digital future' (2010) 28 Copyright Reporter 100 - 105
  • 'Constitutional aspects of Australia's copyright public domain', Law School Seminar Series, University of New South Wales, 6 October 2009
  • 'Legally Blogged: Recording Australia's (Online) Cultural Heritage', National and Global Dimensions of the Public Domain Conference, University of New South Wales, 16 - 17 April 2009 (with Abi Paramaguru)
  • 'The Unique Flavours of Australia's Public Domain: A View from History', National and Global Dimensions of the Public Domain Conference, University of New South Wales, 16 - 17 April 2009
  • 'The Bill Henson Controversy: A Copyright Perspective', Media, Communications and Public Speech Conference, University of Melbourne Law School, Centre for Media and Communications Law, 20 - 21 November 2008
  • 'Freedom of Communication and Constitutional Protection of the Australian Public Domain', Australia and New Zealand Intellectual Property Academics Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, 25 - 26 January 2008
  • 'Copyright Criminals and Death of the Commons', Outlaws: Australian National University College of Law Postgraduate Research Conference, 6 - 7 June 2007
  • 'Simplification and Consistency in Australian Public Rights Licences', Creating Commons: The Future of Unlocking IP Conference, University of New South Wales, 10 - 11 July 2006

Government and Public Policy Submissions

  • Submission 505 to Productivity CommissionIntellectual Property Arrangements: Draft Report (3 June 2016) (with Isabella Alexander, Kathy Bowrey, Robert Burrell, Graham Greenleaf, Michael Handler, Dianne Nicol, Jane Nielsen and Kimberlee Weatherall)
  • 'Making Victoria's Public Sector Information More Useful': Submission to the Victorian Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee 'Inquiry into Improving Access to Victorian Public Sector Information & Data' (with Graham Greenleaf, David Vaile & Sophia Christou)
  • 'Legal Deposit's Role in the Public Domain': Submission to the Attorney-General's Department and DCITA, Review of the Extension of Legal Deposit (with Graham Greenleaf, Abi Paramaguru, & Sophia Christou), available here at [2008] UNSWLRS 38
  • Submission to the Attorney General's Department on the Copyright Infringement Notices Scheme (with Abi Paramaguru, David Vaile & Alana Maurushat), available here at [2007] UNSWLRS 62
  • Submission to the Inquiry on the Exposure Draft Bill on Technological Protection Measures (Submission to the Attorney General's Department) (with Graham Greenleaf, Alana Maurushat, David Vaile & Abi Paramaguru), available here at [2007] UNSWLRS 19
  • Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on the Copyright Amendment Bill (On Fair Dealing) (with Alana Maurushat & Graham Greenleaf)
  • Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on the Copyright Amendment Bill (On Technological Protection Measures) (with Graham Greenleaf, Alana Maurushat, David Vaile & Abi Paramaguru)

 

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