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Publications by Louis Schetzer

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Journal articles:
Schetzer, Louis (1998), 'A year of bad policy: Mandatory sentencing in the Northern Territory', Alternative Law Journal, 23:117.
Schetzer, Louis (1999), 'Community legal centres and the future of Law Reform', Alternative Law Journal, 23:254.
Schetzer, Louis (1999), 'The sentencing phenomenon', Alternative Law Journal, 24:43.
Schetzer, Louis. (2006), 'Community Legal Centres: Resilience and diversity in the face of a changing policy environment', Alternative Law Journal, 31:159.
Schetzer, Louis (2010), 'Consumer debt-related legal problems', Alternative Law Journal, 35: 2, 107-108.
Reports and other publications:
Schetzer, L (2000), 'Community Activism', Chapter 6.1 in The Law Handbook, Fitzroy Legal Service, Melbourne.
Schetzer, L, Mullins, J and Buonamano (2002), Access to Justice and Legal Needs: a project to identify legal needs and barriers for disadvantaged people in NSW – Background Paper, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney.
Schetzer, L and Henderson, J (2003), Access to Justice and Legal Needs: a project to identify legal needs and barriers for disadvantaged people in NSW - Public Consultations, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney.
Ellison, S, Schetzer, L, Mullins, J, Perry, J and Wong, K (2004), The legal needs of older people in NSW, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney.
Forell, S, McCarron, E and Schetzer, L (2005), No home, no justice? The legal needs of homeless people in NSW, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney.
Schetzer, Louis (2007), Drowning in Debt – The legal Needs of people facing civil consumer debt problems, Department of Justice, Victoria, Civil Law Policy.
Schetzer, Louis (2008), Courting Debt – The legal Needs of people facing civil consumer debt problems, Department of Justice, Victoria, Civil Law Policy.
Schetzer, Louis (2011), Choice? What Choice? A Study of consumer awareness and market behaviour in the electricity market in five regions of NSW: Cooma, Lismore, Bourke, Wagga Wagga and Orange, Public Interest Advocacy Centre, Sydney.
Recent conference presentations:
'Effective Lobbying', 2010 Community Legal Centres NSW State Conference, Sydney, 5 May 2010.
'Human Rights and the hollowed-out State: How have human rights charters responded to the rise of new public management and the hollowed-out state, where key public services are delivered under contract by non-state actors?' Gilbert and Tobin Centre of Public Law, 2010 Postgraduate Conference in Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, 1-2 July 2010.
'Tales from the Dark Side – Hints for effective policy advocacy from the perspective of Government', National Association of Community Legal Centres 2010 Annual Conference - CLCs advancing Justice, Melbourne, 24-27 October 2010.
'Choice? What Choice? A study of the electricity market in regional NSW', Public Interest Advocacy Centre Energy and Water Consumers' Advocacy Program (EWCAP) 2011 conference: Competition & Consumers, 27 June 2011.

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