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Publications by Colin Fong

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2008    ‘Tax free websites,’ in: Australasian Tax Teachers Association 20th Annual Conference Proceedings, Hobart, 23-25 January 2008 (CD ROM) and http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/23524/20090707-0920/Papers/pdfs/fong.pdf

‘Five tips for effective tax research’ (November 2008) ConTax Student e-Newsletter 1-2

http://www.taxinstitute.com.au/files/contax/docs/feature_article_nov08.pdf   

‘Suggested tax quotes’ (November 2008) ConTax Student e-Newsletter 3-4

http://www.taxinstitute.com.au/files/contax/docs/feature_article_nov08.pdf   

 

2009    ‘Legal research online’, University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law, Continuing Legal Education, 18 February 2009 http://www.sydneyalternativemedia.com/blog/index.blog/1887847/online-legal-research-update-at-unsw-with-mr-cool

            ‘Using humour to teach legal research’, Paper presented to the Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference Legal Research & Communication Interest Group 7 July 2009

            Legal research in the Noughties, Dibbs Barker, 2009

            Legal research in 2009 and beyond, Gilbert & Tobin, 2009

 

2010    ‘Law report and medium neutral citations’; ‘Popular case names’ in: Mann, Trischa (ed) Australian law dictionary, Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 2010, Appendix 2 pp 650-56; Appendix 3 pp 657-66

            Update: ‘Researching legal aspects of asylum seekers and refugees and the law in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom,’ Globalex January/February, 2010 http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Legal_aspects_asylum_refugees_Australia_Canada_UK1.htm cited in Northwestern Law Pritzker Legal Research Center Human Rights Research Guides http://www.law.northwestern.edu/library/research/international/humanrights; University of Melbourne Law Library Refugee & Asylum Seeker Law Research: International Law Tools  http://unimelb.libguides.com/refugee_law

            ‘Legal research online’, University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law, Continuing Legal Education, 8 July 2010

            ‘Information gradient – legal method’, Australian Law Librarians’ Association, 22 July 2010

 

2011    ‘Legal research online’, University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law, Continuing Legal Education, 24 February 2011; 29 June 2011

Legal research in 2012 and beyond, Gilbert & Tobin, 2011

Free tax websites: a review (2011) 19 (2) Australian Law Librarian 130-140

 

2012    ‘Using humour to teach legal research’ (2012) 20 Australian Law Librarian 14-20

            ‘Researching personal property securities: an Australian perspective’ (2012) 20 Australian Law Librarian 214-22

 

2013    ‘Law report and medium neutral case citations’; ‘Popular case names’ in: Mann, Trischa (ed) Australian law dictionary, 2nd ed, Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 2013, Appendix 2 pp 806-12; Appendix 3 pp 813-26

‘Publications of the Honourable Justice Graham Hill’ (2013) 28 Australian Tax Forum 169-83 cited in: Kirby, MD ‘Justice Graham Hill & Australian tax law,’ Taxation Institute of Australia Justice Graham Hill Memorial Speech, Hobart, 15 March 2007 http://www.grahamhillaward.com.au/web/speech.pdf; http://www.hcourt.gov.au/assets/publications/speeches/former-justices/kirbyj/kirbyj_15mar07.pdf  and  (2007) 42 Taxation in Australia 202-11

‘Update: Researching legal aspects of asylum seekers and refugees and the law in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the European Union,’ Globalex, July, 2013 http://www.nyulawglobal.org/Globalex/Legal_aspects_asylum_refugees_Australia_Canada_UK_EU1.htm

‘Sub-ordination – 21 years later’ (2013) Issue 7 Court of Conscience 52-54 https://www.unswlawsoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Court-of-Conscience-2013.pdf

 

2014    ‘Losing our folk heritage ­ another lost story!’ Paper presented to the 2014 National Folklore Conference, National Library of Australia, 17 April 2014

 

2015    ‘Are AustLII and the ATO website enough for tax research?’ Paper presented to the Australasian Tax Teachers Association conference, January 2015, Adelaide

 

2016    ‘Update: Researching the Legal Aspects of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the European Union,’

Globalex, February, 2016 http://www.nyulawglobal.org/Globalex/Legal_aspects_asylum_refugees_Australia_Canada_UK_EU1.htm

‘Jane Austen Festival 2016: first timer’s report’ (June/July 2016) No 478 Cornstalk Gazette 8-9 https://folkfednsw.org.au/jane-austen-festival-2016  (June 2016) 25, Number 5 Monaro Musings 3-4 photos accompanying the article were published in (May 2016) 25, Number 4 Monaro Musings 4

‘Australian legal research & writing useful references’ (2016) 24 (3) Australian Law Librarian 78 - 83

 

2017    ‘Five balls in seven weeks’ (2017) Issue 122 Trad & Now 46-50

            (with Kyriacou, Niamh & Salpietro, Antonella) ‘Dancing at the National – past and present perspectives’ (2017) Issue 123 Trad & Now 45-49

            ‘Law report and medium neutral case citations’; ‘Popular case names’ in: Mann, Trischa (ed) Australian law dictionary, 3rd ed, Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 2017, Appendix 1 pp 956-964; Appendix 2 pp 965-980

(with Kyriacou, Niamh & Riley, Jason) ‘Jane Austen Festival is a delight to the eye’ (2017) Issue 125 Trad & Now 37-40

 

2018               (with Angas Grant & Daniel Costa) ‘Update: Immigration Law – A Comparative Approach - Guide to Immigration Law of Australia, Canada, and the United States’, Globalex, March 2018

http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Comparative_Immigration_Law1.html

 

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