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Publications by Janice Gray

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Selected Publications

 

Books

  • Westra L, Bosselmann K, Gray, J and Gwaizdon K (eds)  Ecological Integrity, Law and Governance, Routledge, Abingdon, UK, forthcoming 2018.
  • Gray J, Foster, N, Dorsett, S and Roberts H, Property Law in New South Wales, 4th ed, Lexis Nexis, Sydney, in press August, 2017,
  • Gardner A, Bartlett R and Gray J, Water Resources Law, Lexis Nexis, forthcoming, 2017.
  • Westra L,  Gray J and Gottwald F-T (eds), The Role of Integrity in the Governance of the Commons, Springer, 2017 <http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319543918>
  • Gray, J, Holley C, Rayfuse, R, (eds) Trans-Jurisdictional Water Law and Governance, Routledge Earthscan, Abingdon, UK and NY, May, 2016.
  • Westra L, Gray J, D'Aloia, (eds) Ecological Systems Integrity: Governance, law and human rights, (eds) Routledge Earthscan, Abingdon, UK and NY,  2016. 
  • Westra L, Gray J and Karageorgiou V (eds) Systems Integrity: Governance, Law and Ecology, Routledge Earthscan, Abingdon, UK,  2015.
  • Gray J, Edgeworth B, Foster, N and Dorsett S, Propery Law in New South Wales, Lexis Nexis, Sydney, 2012, (736 pages).
  • Gardner A, Bartlett R and Gray J, Water Resources Law, Lexis Nexis, Sydney, 2009. ISBN 9780409321944 (pbk). ( 647 pages).
  • Gray J, Edgeworth B, Foster N, Grattan S, Property Law in New South Wales, 2nd ed, LexisNexis, Sydney, 2007.   (668 pages).
  • Gray J and Edgeworth B, Property Law in NSW, Butterworths, Sydney, 2003. ISBN 040931321 (583 pages).  

 

Book chapters

  • Gray J and Lee L, 'Water entitlements as property: a work in progrss or watertight already? in C Holley and D Sinclair (eds), Reforming Water Law an Governance, Springer, forthcoming, 2017.
  • Gray J, 'Pathways to Improved Water Law and Governance: Public Interest Litigation and Protest' in Westra L,  Gray J and Gottwald F-T (eds), The Role of Integrity in the Governance of the Commons, Springer,  2017 <http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319543918>
  • Gray J, ‘Trans-jurisdictional Water Governance in the Context of Unconventional Gas Mining: The Australian Experience’ in Gray, J, Holley C, Rayfuse, R, (eds) Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance, Routledge Earthscan, Abingdon, Oxon, UK and NY, July, 2016.
  • Gray J, Holley C and Rayfuse R, ‘The Challenges of Trans-Jurisdictional Water Law and Governance’  in Gray, J, Holley C, Rayfuse, R (eds) Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance, Routledge Earthscan, Abingdon, Oxon, UK and NY, July, 2016.
  • Gray J, Holley C,  and Rayfuse R, ‘The Future of Trans-jurisdictional Water Governance’ in Gray, J, Holley C, Rayfuse, R, (eds) Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance, Routledge Earthscan, Abingdon, Oxon, UK and NY, July, 2016.
  • Gray J  and McCoy D, 'The common good, unconventional gas mining and human health',  in Westra L (ed), The Common Good and Environmental Governance for the Support of Life, Cambridge Scholars, UK,  2016.
  • Gray J, ‘Unconventional Gas: What a fracking story!’, in Westra L, Gray J and Karageorgiou V, (eds) Systems Integrity: Governance, Law and Ecology, Routledge Earthscan, Abingdon, Oxon, UK,  2015.
  • Gray J, 'Frack Off! Law, policy, social resistance, coal seam gas mining and the Earth Charter’, in Westra L and Vilela M, (eds) The Earth Charter, Ecological Integrity and Social Movements, Routledge Earthscan, Oxon and New York, 2014, pp 129-147.
  • Gray J, “Dollars and Dreams: Legal Aspirations and Report Cards in the Murray Darling Basin of Australia” in Laura Westra, Prudence Taylor and Agnes Michelot, (eds), Confronting Ecological and Economic Collapse:Ecological Integrity for Law, Policy and Human Rights, Routledge, Earthscan, 2013.
  • Gray J, ‘Water Trading and Regulation in Australia’ in Andre Saddy and Aurilivi Linares Martínez (eds) Derecho de las Infraestructuras: un studio de los distintos mercados regulados (Infrastructure Law: a study of regulated markets), Lumen Juris, Brazil, 2011.
  • Gray J, ‘Mine or Ours? Sewage, Recycled Water and Property’ in K Bosselman and V Tava, (eds) Water Rights and Sustainability, NZCEL Publishing (New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law). Auckland, New Zealand, 2011.
  • Gray J, ‘Watered Down” Legal Constructs, Tradable Entitlement and the Regulation of Water’ chapter in Ghosh Devleena, Goodall Heather  and Donald Stephanie (eds),  Water, Sovereignty and Borders in Asia and Oceania, Routledge, December, 2008.
  • Gray J and Gardner A, Exploiting the Unspeakable: Third Party Access to Sewage and Public Sector Sewerage Infrastructure’ chapter in Troy, Patrick (ed) Troubled Waters, ANU ePress, July, 2008.
  • Brown D and Gray J, ‘Anti-Terrorism Responses: Extending the ‘Uncivil Politics of Law and Order’, chapter in Hocking Jenny and Lewis Colleen (eds) Counter-Terrorism and the Post-Democratic State, Edward Elgar (London), 2007. ISBN  9781845429171 (hbk.)  1845429176 (hbk.) 
  • Gray J, Hogg R & Parashar A, Entry on Men in Blackshield Tony, Coper Michael, and Williams George, The Oxford Companion to the High Court, OUP, Sydney, 2002, p 472. Book entry.

 

Articles

  • Gray J and Lee L, 'National Water Initiative Styled Water Entitlements as Property: Legal and Practical Perspectives' (2016) 33 Environmental Planning and Law Journal,  284. See here.
  • Carmody E, Cosens B, Gardner A, Godden L, Gray J, Holley C, Lee L, Lindsay B, Macpherson L, Nelson R, O’Neill L, Owens K and Sinclair D, ‘The future of water reform in Australia – starting a conversation’ (2016) 31.4 Australian Environment Review  132.
  • Gray J, Williams J, Hagare P, Lopes A and Sankaran S, 'Lessons Learnt from Education University Students through an Interdisciplinary Project for Sustainable Sanitation Using a Systems Approach' 2014 (2) Systems, 243- 272. ( By special Invitation).
  • Shankar S, Abisureya K, Gray J and Kachenko A, ‘Mellow Yellow- Transitioning towards Sustainable Sewage Options, a Systems Thinking Approach’ Systems Research and Behavioural Science Journal. SRBS, 2013. Published online in Wiley Online Library - (wileyonlinelibrary.com) DOI: 10.1002/sres.2227 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sres.2227/full. Later published in hard copy.
  • Gray J, ‘Snags in the System? Water trading and the market: a review of the negatives’, Australian Environmental Review, Lexis Nexis, April/May, 2013.
  • Gray, J, The Legal Framework for Water Trading in the MDB: an overwhelming success?’  (2012) 29(4) Environmental, Planning and Law Journal 328-348.
  • Walpole M & Gray, J, ‘Taxing virtually everything: - cyberspace profits, property law and taxation liability’ (2010) 39  Australian Taxation Review 39.
  • Gray J and Gardner A, ‘Legal Access to Sewage and the re-invention of Wastewater’, (2008) 12 (2) Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy, 115-159.
  • Gray J, ‘Legal Approaches to the ownership, management and regulation of water from riparian rights to commodification’, Transforming Cultures Ejournal, Vol 1, No 2, (2006). ISSN 1833-8542
  • Gray, J, ‘Stories from a Favela: The Limits of Property Law’. (2005) Vol 30 No 4 Alternative Law Journal 184.
  • Gray J, ‘The Lost Promise of Mabo: An Update on the Legal Struggle for Land Rights in Australia With Particular Reference to the Ward and Yorta Yorta Decisions’, (2004) Vol xxii, no 1 Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 305-349.
  • Gray J, ‘Is Native Title a Proprietary Right?’ (2002) 3 Murdoch E Law Journal.      
  • Gray J, "0 Canada! Van der Peet as guidance on the construction of native title" (1997) 2(1) AILR 18.
  • Gray J, "The Mabo Case: Radical Decision?" (1997) 17 (1) Canadian Native Studies Journal, pp 33- 74.

Journal Interviews

Gray J, 'Making Every Drop Count: International Responses to Water Management Challenges' (2017) XVIII (1)  Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 17-26.

Submissions

  • 2017-Dr Emma Carmody, Professor Barbara Cosens, Professor Alex Gardner, Professor Lee Godden, Dr Janice Gray, Associate Professor Cameron Holley, Dr Bruce Lindsay, Dr Liz Macpherson, Dr Rebecca Nelson, University of Melbourne and Stanford University, Erin O’Donnell, Dr Lily O’Neill, Dr Kate Owens and Dr Darren Sinclair, Submission to the Inquiry into the Reform of Australia's Water Resources Sector, Productivity Commission, 17 April, 2017.

 

  • 2014 – Waddell S, Cornwall A and Gray J. Submission to New South Wales Government, House Environment Committee on the impact of ‘green tape’ and issues related to environmental regulation and deregulation, on behalf of National Environmental Law Association, April, 2014, (21 pages).

 

  • 2013 – Holley C, Sinclair D, Gray J and Cuadrado G. Submission to the parallel and complementary review of the Natural Resources Commission (NSW) and NSW Office of Water Review of the 2004 Water Sharing Plans, 8 February, 2013, approx. 7 pages.

 

  • 2012 – Gray J - acknowledged contribution to submission by A Thorpe (et al) on Towards a New Planning System for NSW – Green Paper, September, 2012. (Discusses land law.)

 

  • 2011 – Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee - public hearing into the Water Act Cth (2007), 18 May, 2011. Submission from Janice Gray, Professor Douglas Fisher, Assoc Professor Alex Gardner, Professor Lee Godden, Professor Jan McDonald, Dr Chris McGrath and Assoc Professor Poh-Ling Tan.

 

Awards

  • Partner Investigator on a UTS Challenge Grant Project on Transitioning to Sustainable Sewerage Options. In 2012 the project won a

NSW Government (2012) ‘Green Globe’ award for Excellence in Leadership and Innovation (environmental innovation category) in Australia  [JG1]


 

 

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