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Publications by Fleur Johns

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A PDF list of Fleur’s publications may be downloaded here. Fleur's CV may be downloaded here. You may also view a selection of Fleur's research at http://ssrn.com/author=385449 and https://unsw.academia.edu/FleurJohns

Books

·       The Mekong: A Socio-legal Approach to River Basin Development (co-authored monograph, with Ben Boer, Philip Hirsch, Ben Saul and Natalia Scurrah)  (Earthscan/Routledge, 2016) pp. xi+252

o   Reviewed by Richard Cronin in 38 Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs (2016)

o   Reviewed by Louis Lebel in 12 Journal of Mekong Societies 183-188 (2016)

o   Reviewed by Carl Middleton, Carl Grundy-Warr, and Louis Lebel in 37 Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography (2016)

·       Non-Legality in International Law: Unruly Law (monograph) Cambridge University Press (hardback 2013; paperback 2015) pp. xiii+259

o   Focus of a review symposium: 27 Leiden Journal of International Law 947-970 (2014)

o   Reviewed by John T. Parry in 48 Law & Society Review 484-485 (2014)

o   Reviewed by Julien Pieret in 27 Revue québécoise de droit international (2014)

o   Reviewed by Christopher P. Banks in Law and Politics Book Review (2013)

o   Reviewed by Shaun McVeigh for the Law, Literature and Humanities Association (2013)

o   Reviewed by Eudes Lopes for Meridian-180.org (2013)

·       Events: The Force of International Law (co-edited with Sundhya Pahuja & Richard Joyce), Routledge-Cavendish: London (2011; in paperback 2011)  pp. xx+289

o   Reviewed by Alexandra Kemmerer for Transnational Legal Theory (2012)

o   Reviewed by Jessie Hohmann for the British Yearbook of International Law (2012)

o   Reviewed by Wouter Werner for the Melbourne Journal of International Law (2011)

·       International Legal Personality (sole-edited), Ashgate: London (2010) pp.xxix + 522

Book Chapters

·       ‘Data Mining as Global Governance’ in Roger Brownsword, Eloise Scotford and Karen Yeung (eds), Oxford Handbook on the Law and Regulation of Technology (Oxford, 2017) Published Online First: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199680832.013.56

·       ‘Legality’ in Jean d’Aspremont and Sahib Singh (eds), Fundamental Concepts for International Law: The Construction of a Discipline (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2017)

·       ‘Theorizing the Corporation in International Law’ in Anne Orford and Florian Hoffmann (eds), Oxford Handbook on International Legal Theory (Oxford, 2016), pp. 635-654.

·       ‘Living in International Law’ in Ruth Buchanan, Stewart Motha & Sundhya Pahuja (eds), Reading Modern Law: Critical Methodologies and Sovereign Formations (Routledge-Cavendish, 2012), pp. 74-86.

·       ‘The Torture Memos’ in Fleur Johns, Sundhya Pahuja & Richard Joyce (eds), Events: The Force of International Law, Routledge-Cavendish: London (2011) pp.260-278.

·       ‘Introduction’ in Fleur Johns, Sundhya Pahuja & Richard Joyce (eds), Events: The Force of International Law, Routledge-Cavendish: London (2011) pp.1-17.

·       ‘The Gift of Realism: Julius Stone and the International Legal Academy in Australia, 1954-1994’ in Helen Irving, Jacqueline Mowbray & Kevin Walton (eds), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, Federation Press: Sydney (2010) pp.21-37.

·       ‘Introduction’ in Fleur Johns (ed), International Legal Personality, Ashgate: London (2010) pp.i-xxix.

·       ‘Performing Power: The Deal, Corporate Rule, and the Constitution of Global Legal Order’ in Stewart Motha (ed.), Democracy’s Empire: Sovereignty, Law, and Violence, Blackwell: Oxford (2007) pp. 116-138.

·       ‘The Globe and the Ghetto’, in Markus Lederer & Philipp Müller (eds), Criticizing Global Governance, Palgrave Macmillan: New York (2005) pp.69-102.

·       ‘International Law-National Law: Thinking through the Hyphen’, in Hilary Charlesworth, Madelaine Chiam, Devika Hovell & George Williams (eds), The Fluid State: International Law and National Legal Systems, Federation Press: Sydney (2005) pp. 188-209.

Edited Journal Issues (in addition to standing editorial roles)

·       Special Issue Series – International Law and the Periphery (co-edited with Thomas Skouteris and Wouter Werner): Alejandro Álvarez, (2006) 19(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 875-1040; Taslim Olawale Elias (2008) 21(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 289-410; India and International Law (2010) 23 Leiden Journal of International Law 1-103; League of Nations and the Periphery, (2011) 24 Leiden Journal of International Law 797-922.

·       Special Issue: Migration, Mental Health and Human Rights (guest edited with Prof. Mary Crock) (2004) 27(6) International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 505-679.

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

·       ‘Data, Detection, and the Redistribution of the Sensible’ (2017) 111 American Journal of International Law 57-103

          The subject of a six essay symposium in AJIL Unbound (essays by Maks Del Mar, Gavin Sullivan, Grégoire Mallard, Elspeth Guild, Anne Alexander, Keith Culver)

·      'Data Territories: Changing Architectures of Association in International Law' (2017) 47 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (forthcoming, accepted June 2016)

·      ‘Introduction to Symposium on Cybersecurity and the Changing International Law of Data’ (2016) 110 AJIL Unbound 335-336 https://doi.org/10.1017/aju.2017.2 (with Annelise Riles)

·      ‘Beyond Bunker and Vaccine: The DNC Hack as a Conflict of Laws Issue’ (2016) 110 AJIL Unbound 347-351 https://doi.org/10.1017/aju.2017.2 (with Annelise Riles)

·       The Temporal Rivalries of Human Rights’ (2016) 23 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 39-60.

·       ‘Global Governance through the Pairing of List and Algorithm’ (2016) 34 Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 126-149; Online First (2015) doi: 10.1177/0263775815599307

·       ‘Starting and Stopping Points: A Response to Gadinis’ (2015) 109 AJIL Unbound 39-43.

·       ‘On Failing Forward: Neoliberal Legality in the Mekong River Basin’ (2015) 48 Cornell International Law Journal 347-383.

·        ‘The Deluge’ (2013) 1 London Review of International Law 9-34.

·       ‘Financing as Governance’, (2011) 31 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 391-415.

·       ‘Law and the Mekong River Basin: A Social-Legal Research Agenda on the Role of Hard and Soft Law in Regulating Transboundary Water Resources’ (2010) 11 Melbourne Journal of International Law 154-174 (with Ben Saul, Philip Hirsch, Tim Stephens & Ben Boer).

·       ‘International Legal Theory: Snapshots from a Decade of International Legal Life’ (2009) 10 Melbourne Journal of International Law 1-10.

·        ‘Performing Party Autonomy’ (2008) 71(3) Law & Contemporary Problems 243-271.

·        ‘Teaching International Law Across an Urban Divide: Reflections on an Improvisation’ (2007) 57:4 Journal of Legal Education 539-561 (with Steven Freeland).

·       ‘Performing Power: The Deal, Corporate Rule, and the Constitution of Global Legal Order’ (2007) 34 Journal of Law and Society 116-138.

·       'Private law, public landscape: troubling the grid' (2005) 9 Law Text Culture 60-90.

·       'Guantanamo Bay and the Annihilation of the Exception' (2005) 16 European Journal of International Law 613-635.

·       'Human Rights in the High Court of Australia, 1976-2003: The Righting of Australian Law?' (2005) 33(2) Federal Law Review 287-331.

·       'Global Governance: An heretical history play' (2004) 4(2) Global Jurist Advances 3 (see: http://www.bepress.com/gj/advances/vol4/iss2/art3/).

·       ‘The Madness of Migration? Disquiet in the International Law Relation to Refugees’ (2004) 27(6) International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 587-607.

·       ‘Address: On Writing Dangerously’ (2004) 26(4) Sydney Law Review 473-480.

·       ‘Portrait of the Artist as a White Man: The International Law of Human Rights and Aboriginal Culture’ (1994) 16 Australian Yearbook of International Law 173-197.

·       ‘The Invisibility of the Transnational Corporation: An Analysis of International Law and Legal Theory’ (1995) 19 Melbourne University Law Review 893-923.

Book Reviews, Review Essays & Other

·       ‘Beyond Privacy: Is Prevailing Legal Debate too Analog for a Digital Age?’ (2014) 23:3 Human Rights Defender 24-26 (with Daniel Joyce).

·       Book Review: ‘Competing Sovereignties by Richard Joyce’ (2015) 64 International & Comparative Law Quarterly International & Comparative Law Quarterly 734-735.

·       ‘Author’s Response’ (2014) 27 Leiden Journal of International Law 966-970.

·       ‘International Law 1914/2014’, Critical Legal Thinking: Law & The Political (30 July 2014) http://criticallegalthinking.com/2014/07/30/international-law-19142014/

·       ‘The Turn to Data Analytics and International Law’, (2014) 3:4 European Society of International Law (ESIL) Reflections http://www.esil-sedi.eu/node/587

·       Book Review: 'The International Law of Human Rights’ by Justine Nolan, Adam McBeth and Simon Rice, (2013) 13 Human Rights Law Review 609-614

·       Book Review: 'Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets’ by Annelise Riles, (2012) 23 European Journal of International Law 1194-1199

·       Encyclopaedia Entries: ‘Economic, social and cultural rights’, ‘Extraterritoriality’ and ‘International Bill of Rights’, Australian Law Dictionary, Oxford University Press: Australia (2010; 2nd ed. 2013)

·       Introduction: ‘League of Nations and the Periphery’, (2011) 24 Leiden Journal of International Law 797-798 (with Wouter Werner and Thomas Skouteris)

·       Introduction: ‘India and International Law’ (2010) 23 Leiden Journal of International Law 1-3 (with Wouter Werner and Thomas Skouteris)

·       Introduction: ‘The Risks of International Law’ (2008) 21 Leiden Journal of International Law 783-786 (with Wouter Werner)

·       Introduction: ‘Taslim Olawale Elias’ (2008) 21(2) Leiden Journal of International Law 289-290 (with Wouter Werner and Thomas Skouteris)

·       Book Review: 'The Body and the State: Habeas Corpus and American Jurisprudence by Cary Federman', (2008) 17(3) Social and Legal Studies 416-418

·       Book Review: 'International Law and its Others edited by Anne Orford' (2007) 8(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 516-535

·       Introduction: ‘Alejandro Álvarez’, (2006) 19(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 875-877 (with Wouter Werner and Thomas Skouteris)

·       Book Review: 'Critical Beings: Law, Nation and the Global Subject edited by Peter Fitzpatrick and Patricia Tuitt’ (2005) 30 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy 160-170.

·       Introduction: Migration, Mental Health and Human Rights (2004) 27(6) International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 505-509 (with Mary Crock and Damien Freeman)

·       Book Review: ‘Diversity and Self-Determination in International Law by Karen Knop’ (2003) 16(3) Leiden Journal of International Law 656-669.

·       Book Review: ‘Citymaking by Gerald Frug’ (2000) 32 Urban Lawyer 349-360.

Reports

·       Report of the Inter-Agency Expert Consultation on Protected Areas, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs & Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, 23-24 February, 1999 (7 April, 1999).

·       Inter-Agency Expert Consultation on Protected Areas: Review of Literature (1999) (with Claude Bruderlein)

Submissions to Parliamentary Committees; Media

·       Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission Reference on Parole, 7 November 2013 (with David Hertzberg)

·       Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs Inquiry into the Impact of Federal Court fee increases since 2010 on Access to Justice in Australia, 12 April 2013 (with Alice Gardoll & Stefan Gruber)

·       Submission to Inquiry into the Migration Amendment (Strengthening the Character Test
and Other Provisions) Bill 2011, May 2011 (with Ben Saul, Claire Burke and Daniel MacPherson)

·       Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs Inquiry into the National Security Legislation Amendment Bill 2010 and Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement Bill 2010, April 2010 (with Ben Saul and Irene Baghoomians).

·       Submission to the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department Discussion Paper on Proposed Amendments to the National Security Legislation (with Irene Baghoomians and Matthew Kalyk), October 2009.

·       Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee Inquiry into the Marriage Equality Amendment Bill (with Callista Harris), September 2009.

Keynote Addresses and Scholarly Conference/Workshop Presentations

Available upon request.

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