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Publications by Jill Hunter

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Books

 

JB Hunter, P Roberts, S Young, D Dixon, The Integrity of Criminal Process: From Theory into Practice (Oxford, Hart Pub, 2016)

JB Hunter (et al), The Trial (Australia, Federation Press, 2015)

JB Hunter (with P Roberts) (eds) Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions (Oxford, Hart Pub, 2012)

JB Hunter (with J Gans, T Henning & K Warner), Criminal Process and Human Rights (Sydney, Federation Press, 2011).

JB Hunter, (with C Cameron C & T Henning) Litigation I: Civil Process, 7th edition, Australia, LexisNexis, 2005)

JB Hunter (with C Cameron & T Henning), Litigation II: Evidence & Criminal Process, 7th edition, (Australia, LexisNexis, 2005)

JB Hunter (with J Anderson J, N Williams SC), The New Evidence Law, (Australia, LexisNexis, 2002)

Hunter, JB (with K Cronin) (1995), Evidence, Advocacy and Ethical Practice: A Criminal Trial Commentary, Australia, Butterworths

Past editions of Litigation:

JB Hunter (with MI Aronson, Litigation: Evidence and Procedure, 6th edition, (Australia, Butterworths, 1998)

JB Hunter (with MI Aronson) Litigation: Evidence and Procedure, 5th edition, (Australia, Butterworth, 1995)

JB Hunter (with MI Aronson & M Weinberg), Litigation: Evidence & Procedure, 4th edition, (Australia, Butterworth, 1988)

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Monographs and Reports

JB Hunter, Z Steel, LM Pearson, DM Silove, M San Roque, N Frommer, & R Redman, Tales of the Unexpected & Refugee Status Decision-Making: Managing and Understanding Psychological Issues Among Refugee Applicants, Faculty of Law and Psychiatry Research and Teaching Unit, UNSW, (Sydney, UNSW Study Report & Resources Manual, 2010, ISBN 978-0-9807906-0-3)

JB Hunter, Jurors' Notions of Justice: An Empirical Study of Motivations to Investigate & Obedience to Judicial Directions, (Sydney, UNSW Jury Study, 2014, 978-0-9807906-2-7)

Articles etc in refereed law journals

JB Hunter, “Review: Character Evidence in the Criminal Trial By Mike Redmayne (Oxford: Oxford University Press)”, (2016) 20 International Journal of Evidence & Proof 162-72

JB Hunter, L Pearson & M San Roque ‘Mental Health Expertise in Refugee Status Decision-Making: Judging or Caring?’ (2014) 18 International Journal of Evidence and Proof  310 - 339

JB Hunter (with Kay et al) ‘A Mixed-Method Study of Expert Psychological Evidence Submitted for a Cohort of Asylum Seekers Undergoing Refugee Status Determination in Australia’ 2013 (98) Social Science & Medicine 106–115

JB Hunter (with L Pearson et al) ‘Asylum Adjudication, Mental Health and Credibility Evaluation’ (2013) 41 Federal Law Review 1-25

JB Hunter, ‘Jury Deliberations & The Secrecy Rule: The Tail that Wags the Dog?’ (2013) 35 Sydney Law Review 809-826

JB Hunter (with N Cowdery) Review, Modern Criminal Law of Australia by J Gans (2012) 36 Crim LJ 127-30.

JB Hunter, (2006) Review: Criminal Evidence & Analysis of Evidence - Laws unto Themselves? P. Roberts & A. Zuckerman Criminal Evidence OUP, 2004, UK & T. Anderson, D. Schum & W. Twining Analysis of Evidence, UK, Cambridge Univ Press, in (UK) International Journal of Evidence & Proof.

JB Hunter, Three Tales of Asylum: Trauma, Credibility & Expert Evidence (2006) 15(2) Human Rights Defender (with R Redman, M.San Roque, T Hambley, H Martin).

JB Hunter (with S Brennan, D Healey, D Johnson, M San Roque & L Wolff) Indigenous Legal Education At UNSW: A Work-In-Progress (2005) Indig Law Bull 26-29

JB Hunter, Review: A Jury of Whose Peers? The Cultural Politics of Juries in Australia (Auty & Toussaint, eds), Crawley, UWA Press, 2004 in 15 (2) Law & Politics Book Review, Univ of Maryland pp.150-156 [reprinted in (2005) 28(1) UNSWLJ 318-325]

JB Hunter, Review: "I. Nemes & G. Coss, Effective Legal Research, Butterworths, 1998" (2000) 74 Australian Law Journal 58-59.

JB Hunter, "Teaching Plumbing with Periclean Ideals: Should it be done? Can it be done?: Advocacy and Courtroom Scholarship" (1996) 30 Law Teacher 330-53 (UK).

JB Hunter, "Abuse of Process Savages Issue Estoppel" (1995) 18 UNSW Law Journal pp 151-171

JB Hunter, "Unreliable Memoirs and the Accused: Bending and Stretching Hearsay: Part 1" (1994) 18 Criminal Law Journal, pp 8-28.

JB Hunter, "Unreliable Memoirs and the Accused: Bending and Stretching Hearsay: Part 2" (1994) 18 Criminal Law Journal pp 76-89.

JB Hunter,  "Case Commentary: R v Chayna" (1993) 17 Criminal Law Journal pp 258-261.

JB Hunter, "Book Review: Judicial Discretion and Criminal Litigation" (1991) 15 Criminal Law Journal 387-389.

JB Hunter, "Review Article: Evidence: Its History and Policies" (1991) 14 UNSW Law Journal 370-372.

JB Hunter, "'Tainted' Proceedings: Censuring Police Illegalities" (1985) 59 Australian Law Journal pp 709-16.

JB Hunter,  "The Development of the Rule Against Double Jeopardy" (1984) 5 Journal of Legal History, pp 3-19 (UK).

JB Hunter & A Tyree, "The Rising Interest in Inflation" (1981) 9 Australian Business Law Review, pp 410-28.

JB Hunter, "Prosecutors' Pleadings and the Rule Against Duplicity" (1980) 3 UNSW Law Journal, pp 248-278.

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Chapters In Books

JB Hunter, Gender Equality, Dignity and the Right to a Fair Trial, Chapter 41, in L Weber, E Fishwick and M Marmo, The Routledge International Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights (Routledge, Oxford, 2016), 440-49.

JB Hunter, Rape Law, Past Wrongs and Legal Fictions: Telling Law's Story with Integrity, in JB Hunter, P Roberts, S Young, D Dixon, The Integrity of Criminal Process: From Theory into Practice (Oxford, Hart Pub, 2016)

JB Hunter, (with P Roberts, Simon NM Young, D Dixon) Through the Lens of Integrity, in JB Hunter, P Roberts, S Young, D Dixon, The Integrity of Criminal Process: From Theory into Practice (Oxford, Hart Pub, 2016)

JB Hunter, Killing a Mockingbird? Popular Culture, Imagination and Reflection chapter 4, in L Wolff & M Nicolae, The First-year Law Experience (Halstead Press, Aust, 2014), pp 46-58.

JB Hunter (with P Roberts) Introduction—The Human Rights Revolution in Criminal Evidence and Procedure, in P Roberts &  JB Hunter (eds) Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions (Oxford,Hart Pub, 2012), pp 1-24.

JB Hunter (with T Henning) Finessing the Fair Trial for Complainants and the Accused: Mansions of Justice or Castles in the Air?, in P Roberts &  JB Hunter (eds) Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions (Oxford,Hart Pub, 2012), pp 347-68.

JB Hunter, A Thirty Year Journey to Video-Recorded Police Interviews and Criminal Trials in Australia in Makoto Ibusuki (ed), Toward Visual Recording of Suspect Interview,  (translated by Naoko Iwakawa and Makoto Ibusuki), (Tokyo, Nihon Hyoron-sha, 2011).

JB Hunter, Policing in a Legal Context in P Birch & V Herrington (ed), Policing in Practice, (Melbourne, Palgrave MacMillan, 2011).

JB Hunter, Chapter 5, Directions About External Influences, in Judicial Directions, NSW Law Reform Commission, Consultation Paper, December 2008.

JB Hunter (co-authored with LRC), Chapter 4, Directions About Trial Practice & Procedure, in Judicial Directions, NSW Law Reform Commission, Consultation Paper, 2008.

JB Hunter, Battling a Good Story: Cross-examining the Failure of the Law of Evidence, in P Roberts & M Redmayne (ed), Innovations in Evidence & Proof , Hart Publishing, 2008

JB Hunter & JJ Bargen, Abnormal Minds, Abnormal Murderers and 'What the Doctor Said', in Yeo, S (ed), Partial Excuses to Murder, (Australia, Federation Press, 1991)pp 124-144

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Conference Papers

JB Hunter, 'A Thirty Year Journey to Video-Recorded Police Interviews and Criminal Trials in Australia' Symposium, On the Dark Side of Investigation, Japan Federated Bar Association, (Tokyo, 2010)

JB Hunter, 'Secret Jury Business', Joint Victorian/Qld/NSW/NZ Law Reform Commission i day Workshop, VLRC, (Melbourne, 2009)

JB Hunter, 'Juror Perspectives on the Accusatory Trial Process', 25th Anniversary Cwlth DPP, Sydney, 2009.

JB Hunter, 2nd International Conference, Key Laboratory of Evidence Science, 'An Antipodean Common Lawyer's Observations of China's Proposed Evidence Act', Beijing, 2009.

JB Hunter, The Jury – Where's the Commonwealth's TLC? Research, Model Uniform Policies and Protocols, 2008 Federal Criminal Justice Forum, 29th September, 2008, Old Parliament House, Canberra.

JB Hunter & D Boniface,What Juries Search For & What they Don't Get, Society of British Criminology, July 2008, Huddersfield, England. (delivered also at a jointly hosted lunchtime seminar of the Judicial Commission of NSW with the Bureau of Crime Statistics (BOSCAR), August, 2008.

JB Hunter, Australia's 30 year Journey: Police Questioning, Video-taping & Criminal Trials,Seminar presentation Kyoto Bar Association/Ritsumeiken University, Kyoto, 2008.

JB Hunter, Symposium, (2008) sponsored by Intnl Jnl Evidence & Proof, Secret Jury Business: What Jurors Search For and What they Don't Get, Law School, University of Nottingham.

JB Hunter, (2008) Secret Jury Business: What Jurors Search For and What they Don't Get, Staff Seminar, Law School, University of Warwick.

JB Hunter, (2005) "Why the Tendency Rule Refuses to be Simple" Crown Prosecutors' Annual Conference, Newcastle.

JB Hunter, (2005) "Why the Tendency Rule Refuses to be Simple", Bar Association Regional Conference, Lismore,

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Commissioned Research

JB Hunter & T Krone, An Overview of Administrative Measures Employed to Prevent Public Disorder in Australia, (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Royal Relations in the Netherlands & Erasmus University, (Rotterdam, Netherlands, 2003)

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Other Published Work, Law Reform & Policy Making

Editor, 2009, vol 1, Human Rights Defender, AHRC.

Editor, 2008, vol 4, Human Rights Defender, AHRC.

Commentator, Asian Consultation on Criminal Defence, (Asian Human Rights Commission/Asian Legal Resources Centre), Bangkok, July 2008

JB Hunter, Police Evidence in Australia,13th Annual Consultation on Due Process Issues, (Asian Human Rights Commission/Asian Legal Resources Centre), Bangkok, July 2007

Hunter JB (with K Biber), Opinion, SMH, 2005 "Sexual Assault Victims Deserve Confidentiality"

ALRC, Issues Paper 28: Review of the Evidence Act 1995 (2005)

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