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Publications by Rosemary Rayfuse

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Books

S. Bogojevic and R. Rayfuse (eds), Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond (Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2018)

M. Ambrus, R. Rayfuse and W. Werner (eds), Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in International Law (Oxford University Press, 2017)

J. Gray, C. Holley and R. Rayfuse (eds), Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance (Routledge, 2016)

Rayfuse (ed) Handbook on International Marine Environmental Law (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2015) http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/isbn/9781781004760http://www.elgaronline.com/view/9781781004760.xml

Rayfuse (ed), Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict (Martinus Nijhoff, 2014)

Rayfuse and N. Weisfelt (eds), The Challenge of Food Security (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2012)

Rayfuse and S. Scott (eds), International Law in the Era of Climate Change (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2012)

Rayfuse and  A. Cassimatis, W. Lacey and A. McNaughton (eds), An Australian Companion to Harris – Cases and Materials on International Law (Thompson Reuters, 2011)

Rayfuse, Non-Flag State Enforcement in High Seas Fisheries, in Publications on Ocean Developments (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2004)

Rayfuse (ed),  ICSID Reports- (Reports of Cases decided under the Convention on Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States, 1965) volume 4 (pp 445 + lxii, Grotius/Cambridge University Press, 1997)

Rayfuse (ed), ICSID Reports- (Reports of Cases decided under the Convention on Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States, 1965) volume 3 ( pp 391 + xlvii, Grotius/Cambridge University Press, 1995)

Rayfuse (ed), ICSID Reports- (Reports of Cases decided under the Convention on Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States, 1965) volume 2 ( pp 455 + xxxvi, Grotius/Cambridge University Press, 1994)

Rayfuse (ed), ICSID Reports- (Reports of Cases decided under the Convention on Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States, 1965) volume 1 (pp 727 + xxiv, Cambridge: Grotius, 1993)

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Book (chapters)

Bogojevic, S. and Rayfuse, R. 'Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond: Setting the Scene' in S. Bogojevic and R. Rayfuse (eds), Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond (Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2018)

Rayfuse, 'Crossing the Sectoral Divide: Modern Environmental Law Tools for Addressing Conflicting Uses on the Seabed' in C. Banet, H.M. Ringbom and E. Roseag (eds), The Law of the Seabed - Access, Use and Protection of Seabed Resources (Brill, in press 2017) 

Rayfuse, 'Regulating Fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean: Much Ado About Nothing?' in N. Vestergaard, B. Kaiser, L. Fernandez and J. Nymand Larsen (eds), Arctic Resource Governance and Development (Springer, in press 2017)

Rayfuse, ‘Planting the Flag Down Under: the perception and the reality of the Russian flag at the North Pole’ in J. Hohmann and D. Joyce (eds), International Law’s Objects: Emergence, Encounter, and Erasure through Object and Image (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017)

Ambrus, M., Rayfuse, R. and Werner, W., ‘Risk in International Law’ in M. Ambrus, R. Rayfuse and W. Werner (eds) Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in International Law 3 - 9 (Oxford University Press, 2017)

Jaeckel, A. and Rayfuse, R., ‘Conceptions of Risk in an Institutional Context: Deep Seabed Mining and the International Seabed Authority’ in M. Ambrus, R. Rayfuse and W. Werner (eds) Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in International Law 161 - 176 (Oxford University Press, 2017)

Rayfuse, “International Law and the Governance of Emerging Technologies” in E. Scotford, K. Yeung and R. Brownsword, The Oxford Handbook of Law, Regulation and Technology (Oxford University Press, 2017)

Rayfuse, “Article 116 – Right to Fish on the High Seas” in A. Proelss (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS): Commentary 791-803 (Verlag C.H. Beck, 2017)

Rayfuse, “Article 117 – Duty of States to Adopt with respect to Their Nationals Measures for the Conservation of the Living Resources of the High Seas” in A. Proelss (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS): Commentary 803-817 (Verlag C.H. Beck, 2017)

Rayfuse, “Article 118 – Cooperation of States in the Conservation and Management of Living Resources” in A. Proelss (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS): Commentary 817-830 (Verlag C.H. Beck, 2017)

Rayfuse, “Article 119 – Conservation of the Living Resources of the High Seas” in A. Proelss (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS): Commentary 830-850 (Verlag C.H. Beck, 2017)

Rayfuse, “Article 120 – Marine Mammals” in A. Proelss (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS): Commentary 850-857 (Verlag C.H. Beck, 2017)

Rayfuse, “Precaution and Climate Change: What Role for the Precautionary Principle in Addressing Global Warming” in A Proelss (ed) Protecting the Environment for Future Generations 61-78 (Erich Scmidt Verlag, 2017)

Rayfuse, “Australia’s External Territories” in E. Crawford and D.R. Rothwell (eds) International Law in Australia (3rd) 535-560 (Thomson Reuters/Lawbook Co. 2017)

Rayfuse, “Principles of International Environmental Law applied to Waste Management” in K. Kummer and A. Ziegler (eds), Waste Management and the Green Economy: Law and Policy 11–32 (Edward Elgar 2016)

Gray, J., Holley C. and Rayfuse, R., ‘The Challenge of Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance’ in J. Gray, C. Holley and R. Rayfuse (eds), Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance 3-18 (Routledge, 2016)

Gray, J., Holley C. and Rayfuse, R., ‘The Future of Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance’ in J. Gray, C. Holley and R. Rayfuse (eds), Trans-jurisdictional Water Law and Governance 303 – 315 (Routledge, 2016)

Rayfuse, “Climate Change, Marine Biodiversity and International Law” in M. Bowman, P. Davies and E. Goodwin (eds) Handbook on Biodiversity and Law 123-145 (Edward Elgar, 2016)

Rayfuse, “Something Fishy About Fisheries, The Common Resource Conundrum”, in P. Pazartis and M. Gavouneli (eds), Reconceptualising the Rule of Law on Global Governance, Resources, Investment and Trade 187 – 198 (Hart Publishing, 2016)

Rayfuse, “The Role of Port States in Marine Regulation and Enforcement” in R. Warner and S. Kaye (eds) Handbook on Maritime Regulation and Enforcement 79 – 95 (Routledge, 2015)

Rayfuse, “Regional Fisheries Management Organisations and their Efforts and Measures to Regulate Fishing Activities” in H-J. Koch, D König, J. Sanden and R. Verheyen (eds), Legal Regimes for Environmental Protection: Governance for Climate Change and Ocean Resources, (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2015)  

Rayfuse, “Regional Fisheries Management Organisations” in Rothwell, Oude Elferink, Scott and Stephens, Oxford Handbook of the Law of the Sea 439-462 (Oxford University Press, 2015)

Rayfuse, “Some Reflections on What’s Wrong with the Law of the Sea?” in E. Molenaar, A. Nolkaemper, S. Nouwen, A.G. Oude Elferink and C. Rygaert, (eds) Liber Amicorum Professor Soons 16-29 (Martinus Nijhoff, 2015)

Rayfuse, “Standards of Review in the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea”,  in W. Werner and L. Gruszczynski  (eds), Standards of Review in International Courts and Tribunals: Rethinking the Fragmentation and Constitutionalisation of International Law 337-354 (Oxford University Press, 2014)

Rayfuse, “Rethinking International Law and the Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict” in Rayfuse (ed), Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict 1-10 (Martinus Nijhoff, 2014)

 Rayfuse, “Coastal State Jurisdiction and the Polar Code: A Test Case for Arctic Oceans Governance?” in T. Stephens and D. VanderZwaag (eds), Polar Oceans Governance in an Era of Environmental Change 235 – 254 (Edward Elgar, 2014)

Rayfuse, “Sea Level Rise and Maritime Zones: Preserving the Maritime Entitlements of ‘Disappearing’ States” in M.B. Gerrard and G.E. Wannier (eds) Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate 167-191 (Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Rayfuse and Robin Warner, “Climate Change Mitigation Activities in the Ocean: Regulatory Frameworks and Implications” in M. Tsamenyi, C, Schoffield and R. Warner (eds) Climate Change and the Oceans: Gauging the Legal and Policy Currents in the Asia Pacific Region 234-258 (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012)

Rayfuse and Nicole Weisfelt, "The International Policy and Regulatory Challenges of Food Security: An Overview" in R. Rayfuse and N. Weisfelt (eds), The Challenge of Food Security: International Policy and Regulatory Frameworks  3-15 (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012) 

Rayfuse and Shirley Scott, “Mapping the Impact of Climate Change on International Law” in R. Rayfuse and S. Scott (eds), International Law in the Era of Climate Change 3-25 (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2012)

Rayfuse, “Climate Change and the Law of the Sea” in R. Rayfuse and S. Scott (eds), International Law in the Era of Climate Change 147-174 (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2012)

Rayfuse and Emily Crawford, “Climate Change and Statehood” in R. Rayfuse and Scott (eds),  International Law in the Era of Climate Change 243-253 (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2012)

Rayfuse, “International Environmental Law” in A. Cassimatis, W. Lacey  A. McNaughton and R. Rayfuse (eds), An Australian Companion to Harris – Cases and Materials on International Law 441-504 (Thompson Reuters,2011)

Rayfuse, “Law of the Sea” in A. Cassimatis, W. Lacey  A. McNaughton and R. Rayfuse (eds), An Australian Companion to Harris – Cases and Materials on International Law 185-224 (Thompson Reuters, 2011)

Rayfuse, “Territory” in A. Cassimatis, W. Lacey  A. McNaughton and R. Rayfuse (eds), An Australian Companion to Harris – Cases and Materials on International Law 133-146 (Thompson Reuters, 2011)

Rayfuse, “Moving Beyond the Tragedy of the Global Commons: The Grotian Legacy and the Future of Sustainable Management of the Biodiversity of the High Seas’ in D. Leary and P. Pisupati (eds), The Future of International Environmental Law and its Role in Development (United Nations University Press, 2010)

Rayfuse, “The Anthropocene, Autopoiesis and the Disingenuousness of the Genuine Link: Addressing Enforcement Gaps in the Legal Regime for Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction” in A, G, Oude Elferink and E.J. Molenaar (eds) The Legal Regime of Areas beyond National Jurisdiction: Current Principles and Frameworks and Future Directions 165-190 (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, 2010)

Rayfuse and E. Meltzer, “The MCS and Enforcement Regime” in E. Meltzer, The Quest for Sustainable International Fisheries: Regional Efforts to Implement the 1995 United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement 219-260 (Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada Research Press, 2009)

Rayfuse, “Non-Flag State Enforcement and Protection of the Marine Environment: Responding to IUU Fishing” in M.H. Nordquist, T.B. Koh and J. Norton-Moore (eds), Freedom of Seas, Passage Rights and the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention 573-600 (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008)

Rayfuse, “Biological Resources” in E. Hey. J. Brunnée and D. Bodansky (eds) Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law 362-393 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007)

Rayfuse, “International Environmental Law” in Public International Law: An Australian Perspective (2d) Blay, Tsamenyi and Piotrowicz (eds) 352- 378 (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2005)

Rayfuse, “The Challenge of Sustainable High Seas Fisheries” in International Law and Sustainable Development: Principles and Practice, N. Schrijver and F. Weiss (eds) 467-499 (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2004)

Rayfuse and Wilder, “Sustainability, Uncertainty and Global Fisheries” in Ecology, Uncertainty and Policy: Managing Ecosystems for Sustainability, Handmer, Norton and Dovers (eds), 138-166 (Harlow, UK: Prentice Hall Publishers 2001)

Rayfuse, “The Interrelationship between the Global Instruments of International Fisheries Law” in Developments in International Fisheries Law, E. Hey (ed), 107-158, (The Hague: Kluwer Publishing International 1999)

Rayfuse, “International Environmental Law” in Public International Law: An Australian Perspective, Blay, Tsamenyi and Piotrowicz (eds) 355 - 381 (Melbourne: Oxford University Press 1997).

Rayfuse, “Treaty Practice - A Canadian Perspective” in Treaty-Making in Australia: Globalisation versus Sovereignty?, P Alston and M Chaim (eds) 253-265 (Sydney: The Federation Press 1995).

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Articles

Rayfuse and J. Ardron, R. Warner, K Gjerde, “The Sustainable Use and Conservation of Biodiversity in ABNJ: What can be achieved using existing international agreements?” 49 Marine Policy 98-108 (2014)

Rayfuse, “War and the Environment: International Law and the Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict — Introduction to the Special Issue” 82(1) Nordic Journal of International Law 1-5 (2013)

Rayfuse, "Precaution and the Protection of Marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction" 28(4) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 773-782 (2012)

 Rayfuse, “Differentiating the Common? The Responsibilities and Obligations of States Sponsoring Deep Seabed Mining Activities in the Area” 54 (2011) German Yearbook of International Law  459-488 (2012)

Rayfuse, "International Law and Disappearing States: Maritime Zones and the Criteria for Statehood" 41(6) Environmental POlicy and Law 281-287 (2011)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, ”, O.K. Fauchald, D. Hunter and Wang Xi (eds) 20 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2009 (2010)

Rayfuse, “Admissibility of Evidence in Multi-Defendant Trials in the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda”,in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds) Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, volume XXV 107-115 (Intersentia: 2010)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, G. Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 19 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2008 (2010)

Rayfuse, “Warm Waters and Cold Shoulders: Jostling for Jurisdiction in Polar Oceans” 1 Yearbook of Polar Law 465-476 (2009)

Rayfuse, “Building Sustainable High Seas Fisheries through Certification Processes: Issues and Perspectives” 35 (1/2) Océanis (Oceanographic Institute of Paris) 93-110 (2009)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, G. Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 18 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2007 (2009)

Rayfuse, “Drowning Our Sorrows to Create a Carbon Free Future? Some International Legal Considerations Relating to Sequestering Carbon by Fertilising the Oceans”, 14(2) UNSW Law Journal Forum 54-60 (2008)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, G. Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 18 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2007 (forthcoming January 2009)

Rayfuse, “Building Sustainable High Seas Fisheries through Certification Processes: Issues and Perspectives” Revue Océanis (Oceanographic Institute of Paris) (forthcoming September 2008)

Rayfuse, “The Tenth International Wildlife Law Conference” 38(4) Environmental Policy and Law (forthcoming August 2008)

Rayfuse and D. Freestone, “Ocean Iron Fertilization and International Law”, Marine Ecology Progress Series 227-233 (2008)

Rayfuse and S. Scott, “Australia`s Climate Change Law and Diplomacy” 11(1) Asia-Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 1-11 (2008)

Rayfuse and R. Warner, “Securing a Sustainable Future for the Oceans Beyond National Jurisdiction: The Legal Basis for an Integrated Cross-Sectoral Regime for High Seas Governance for the 21st Century” 23(3) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 399-421 (2008)

Rayfuse, M.G. Lawrence and K. Gjerde, “Ocean Fertilisation and Climate Change: The need to regulate emerging high seas uses” 23(2) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 297-326 (2008)

Rayfuse, “Protecting Marine Biodiversity in Polar Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction” 17(1) Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 3-13 (2008)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, G. Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 17 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2006 (2008)

Rayfuse, “Melting Moments: The Future of Polar Oceans Governance in a Warming World” 16(2) Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 196-216 (2007)

Rayfuse, “Contempt, Counsel and the Right to an Effective Defence” in A. Klip and G. Sluiter (eds) Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals, volume XI, 475-480 (Intersentia, 2007)

Rayfuse, “Regional Allocation Issues or Zen and the Art of Pie Cutting, [2007] UNSW Legal Research Series 10 available at http://law.bepress.com/unswwps/; http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/JELJOUR_Results.cfm?form_name=Pip_Pub&pip_id=107909; or http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/UNSWLRS/2007/

Rayfuse, "Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review", G. Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 15 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2004 325-342 (2006)

Rayfuse, "To Our Children`s Children`s Children: Achieving Compliance in High Seas Fisheries" 20(3) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 507-531 (2005)

Rayfuse, “The Future of Compulsory Dispute Settlement under the Law of the Sea Convention” Victoria University of Wellington Law Journal 1-28 (2005)

Rayfuse, “Regulation and Enforcement in Fisheries and Disarmament: Reconciling the Irreconcilable” 25 Australian Yearbook of International Law 181-200 (2005)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, G. Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 14 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2003 382-400 (2005)

Rayfuse, M.Haward, G. Rose, S. Bache, D. Russell and T.L. McDorman, “Australia and Canada in Regional Fisheries Organisations: Implementing the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement” 26(1) Dalhousie Law Journal 107-143 (2005)

Rayfuse, “Countermeasures and High Seas Fisheries Enforcement” 51(1) Netherlands International Law Review 41-76 (2004)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, G. Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 13 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2002 402-418 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, December 2003)

Rayfuse, “Canada and Regional Fisheries Organisations: Implementing the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement” 34 Ocean Development and International Law 209-228 (2003)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, G.Ulfstein and J. Werksman (eds) 12 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2001 339-353 (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2003)

Rayfuse and Iland, K., “Undoing the Done: Implications of the Denial of Prisoner of War Status to Detainees at Guantanamo Bay” 2 ISIL Yearbook of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law 99-120 (2002)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, E. Hey and J Brunnée (eds) 11 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 2000 306 – 323 (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2001)

Rayfuse, “Immunities of Human Rights Special Rapporteurs: Who Decides?” 7(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 15-32 (2001)

Rayfuse and Wilder, “International Fisheries and Sustainability: Dealing with Uncertainty” 14 Ocean Yearbook 1998 114-137 (Chicago University Press 2000)

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, E. Hey and J Brunnée (eds) 10 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 1999 339-353 (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2000)

Rayfuse, “The UN Agreement on Straddling and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks as an Objective Regime: A Case of Wishful Thinking?” 20 Australian Yearbook of International Law 253-278 (2000).

Rayfuse, “Fisheries and Marine Mammals: The Year in Review”, E. Hey and J. Brunnée (eds), 9 Yearbook of International Environmental Law 1998 305-312 (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1999)

Rayfuse, “Reference re Secession of Quebec from Canada: Breaking up is hard to do”, 21(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal 834-844 (1998)

Rayfuse, “Enforcement of High Seas Fisheries Regimes: The Observation and Inspection Regime under the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources” 13(4) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 570-605 (1998)

Rayfuse, “The Draft Code of Crimes Against the Peace and Security of Mankind: Eating Disorders at the International Law Commission”, 8(1) The Criminal Law Forum: An International Journal 43-86 (1997). A reference from the Editor in Chief, Professor Roger Clark, of Rutger`s University School of Law is attached at Appendix 1 Tab 3

Rayfuse and Cody, “Genocide in Rwanda: The Legal Responses of the International Community and the Government of Rwanda” (with Christine Cody), Human Rights Defender pp 3-5 (December 1997)

Rayfuse, “International Abductions and the United States Supreme Court: The Law of the Jungle Reigns”, 42 International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 882-897 (1993)
and
republished in The International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology - International Criminal Law and Procedure, J Dugard and C van den Wyngeart (eds) (Dartmouth Publishing 1996)

Rayfuse, “World Order”, in 2 Legal Briefs No 3, (Journal of the Legal Studies Association of New South Wales), 3-15 (1995)

Rayfuse, “Military Conflict”, 2 Legal Briefs No 3, 16-18 (1995)

Rayfuse, “Displaced Persons”, 2 Legal Briefs No 3, 19-23 (1995)

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Other

(with Nigel Bankes, Timo Koivurova, et al), “Legal Systems”, Arctic Human Development Report II: Regional Processes and Global Challenges 2010-2014, 221-251 (Copenhagen, 2015)

(with B. Sjostedt) "Report of the Workshop on Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict, February 2012

 “Life After Land”, New York Times, Op-Ed, Tuesday 19 July 2011. Available at: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/19/opinion/19rayfuse.html?scp=1&sq=rosemary%20rayfuse&st=cse

(with I. Perry), “North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission Performance Review Panel Report” submitted to the 18th Annual Meeting of the States Parties, 10 September 2010 (76 + vii pp)

 “International Law and Disappearing States: Utilising Maritime Entitlements to Overcome the Statehood Dilemma” (November 7, 2010). [2010] UNSWLRS 52. Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1704835

 “W(h)ither Tuvalu? Oceans Governance and Disappearing States”, Ocean Policy Research Foundation Proceedings of the International Symposium on Islands and Oceans  91 – 93 (March 2009) and [2009] UNSWLRS 9 available at http://law.bepress.com.unswwps/flrps09/art9  and http://ssrn.com/abstract=1412028

 “Mechanisms for Designating and Protecting Ecologically or Biologically Significant and Representative Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction”, briefing paper for the European Union preparations for the meeting of the UN Ad Hoc Open-ended Informal Working Group to study issues relating of the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity beyond areas of national jurisdiction (October 2009)

“Possible Actions Against Vessels Flying the Flags of States Not Meeting the Criteria for Flag State Performance”, report prepared for FAO Expert Consultation on Flag State Performance, Rome, 23-26 June 2009, FAO Doc EC:FSP/2009/3 available at http://www.fao.org

(with M. Lawrence and K. Gjerde) “Climate change mitigation by geo-engineering, potential side effects, and the need for an extended legal framework: the case of ocean iron fertilization” European Climate Forum (forthcoming 2008)

“Histoire Mare Liberum”, 86 Courrier de la Planète: Biodiversité - La haute mer oubliée 7 (April-June 2008)

(with D. Freestone, K. Gjerde, and D. VanderZwaag) "Current Legal Developments: International Union for the Conservation of Nature" 23(2) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 359-363 (2008)

(with K. Gjerde, H. Dottinga, S. Hart, E. Molenaar and R. Warner) "An Analysis of the Regulatory and Governance Gaps in the International Regime for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction" IUCN Marine Law and Policy Paper No 1 (2008), available at http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/iucn_marine_paper_1_2.pdf

(with K. Gjerde, H. Dottinga, S. Hart, E. Molenaar and R. Warner) "Options for Addressing Regulatory and Governance Gaps in the International Regime for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction", IUCN Marine Law and Policy Paper No 2 (2008), available at http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/iucn_marine_paper_2.pdf

(with S. Scott), “Workshop on Australia and Climate Change Diplomacy: Towards a Post-2012 Regime”, December 2007, [2007] UNSWLRS 70, available at  http://law.bepress.com/unswwps/flrps/art70/

(with D. Freestone, K. Gjerde and D. VanderZwaag), “Workshop on High Seas Governance for the 21st Century: Co-Chairs’ Summary Report”, IUCN, December 2007, available at http://www.iucn.org/themes/marine/pubs/pubs.htm

"Global Approaches to High Seas Governance for the 21st Century" presented at the IUCN Workshop on High Seas Governance for the 21st Century, New York, 17-19 October 2007, available at http://www.iucn.org/themes/marine/pdf/high-seas-workshop/Presentation_RRayfuse_Global%20Approaches.pdf

 Rayfuse, “Regional Allocation Issues or Zen and the Art of Pie Cutting”, [2007] UNSWLRS 19, http://law.bepress.com/unswwps/; http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/JELJOUR_Results.cfm?form_name=Pip_Pub&pip_id=107909; and http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/UNSWLRS/2007/

(with Evelyne Meltzer), "The MCS and Enforcement Regime" in Review of Implementation of the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement, prepared for Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada, October 2005 "

Comments on Draft EC Recommendation to Establish a Scheme of Control and Enforcement in respect of Fishing Vessels Fishing in the ICCAT Convention Area", prepared for Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada, March 2003

Rayfuse and Wilder, “Comments and Suggested Changes by TRAFFIC Oceania on the text from MHLC4 (February 1999) of the Draft Convention on the Conservation and Management of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean” (Sydney: TRAFFIC Oceania, August 1999)

Rayfuse, “Law of the Sea” in The United Nations and the Development of International Law during the 1990`s, Study prepared for Codification Division, Office of Legal Affairs, United Nations (1998)

Rayfuse, “Outer Space Law” in The United Nations and the Development of International Law during the 1990`s, Study prepared for Codification Division, Office of Legal Affairs, United Nations (1998)

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Book Reviews

Rayfuse, “Development without Destruction: The UN and Global Resource Management by Nico Schrijver”, LX Netherlands International Law Review 331-335 (2013)

Rayfuse, “Protecting the Oceans Beyond National Jurisdiction by Robin Warner” 24 Ocean Yearbook 487-489 (2010)

Rayfuse, “The Law of Internal Armed Conflict by Lindsay Moir”, 16(4) Leiden Journal of International Law 945-948 (2004)

Rayfuse, “Southern Ocean Fishing: Policy Challenges for Australia, edited by Sam Bateman and Don Rothwell”, 36(197) Polar Record 166-167 (April 2000)

Rayfuse, “The International Regime of Fisheries: From UNCLOS to the Presential Sea, by José A. de Yturriaga”, 18(2) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 285-288 (1998)

Rayfuse, “Selected ASEAN Documents on the Environment, compiled by KL Koh, Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law Document Series Issue No 1”, 2(1) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law (1997)

Rayfuse, “Aboriginal Human Rights, The Criminal Justice System and the Search for Solutions: A Case Study for Self-determination by Luke McNamara”, 17 UNSW Law Journal 657 (1994)

Rayfuse, “Procédures Onusiennes de Mise en Oevre des Droits de l`Homme: Limites ou Défauts by Agnes Dormenval (Press Universitaire de France, 1991)”, 43 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 228 (1994)

Rayfuse, “Inter-State Accountability for Violations of Human Rights by Menno T. Kamminga (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1992)”, 42 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 984 (1993)

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Translations

Decisions of the Cour d`appel and Cour de cassation in Société Ouest Africaine des Bétons Industriels v State of Senegal, published in 2 ICSID Reports, 338-342, October 1994

Dissenting Opinion to the Award of the ICSID Tribunal in Société Ouest Africaine des Bétons Industriels v. State of Senegal, published in 2 ICSID Reports, 277-336, October 1994

Award rendered by the ICSID Tribunal in Société Adriano Gardella SpA v. Government of the Côte d`Ivoire, published in 1 ICSID Reports, 287-295, July 1993

Press Release of the French Foreign Minister dated January 1993, published in Weller, M. (ed.), Iraq and Kuwait: The Hostilities and their Aftermath (Grotius 1993)

Excerpts from the Opinions of the Badinter Commission on Yugoslavia, published in Weller, M., “The International Response to the Dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia”, 86(3) American Journal of International Law 569-607 (1992) at 589-90

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Conference, Seminar and Workshop Presentations

'Climate Change and International Fisheries: The Role of Regional Fisheries Managament Organisations', European Environmental Law Forum, University of Copenhagen, 30 August - 1 September 2017

'Climate Change and International Fisheries: Focus on the Antarctic', Invited Speaker, Conference on Oceans and Climate Change Governance: Integrating Regulatory Initiatives and Addressing Governance Gaps' World Maritime University, Malmo, 14-15 August 2017

'Navigating the Alphabet Soup: MGRs, MLRs, MSR and MPAs in CCAMLR ABNJ', Invited Speaker, Workshop on Oceans Commons: Protecting and Sharing Marine Genetic Resources in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction, KB Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea and Italian Institute for International Legal Studies, Rome, 12 June 2017

“Settling Disputes about Deep Seabed Mining”, 4th Chatham House Round Table on Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes and Protection of Individual Rights, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, 26-27 November 2016

“Protecting the Deep: Implementing the Ecosystem Approach in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction – a case study of the North East Atlantic”, Invited Speaker, Conference on the Ecosystem Approach in Ocean Planning and Governance, University of Gothenburg, 7-8 November 2016

“Interceptions at Sea: Australia’s Migration Policy and the Law of the Sea”, Expert Roundtable on Regional Cooperation on Refugee Protection in the Asia-Pacific, Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, University of New South Wales, 12-13 September 2016

“Climate Change and International Fisheries”, 24th Annual Conference of the Australia New Zeeland Society of International Law, Canberra, 30 June – 2 July 2016

'International Tribunals and Environmental Rights', Conference on Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond, Lund University, 21-22 April 2016

'Planting the Flag Down Under; The Russian Flag at the North Pole', Invited Speaker, Workshop on International Law’s Objects, Queen Mary University of London, 31 March – 1 April 2016

'Precaution and Climate Change: What Role for the Precautionary Principle in Addressing Global Warming?', Invited Keynote, International Symposium on Environmental and Technology Law: Protecting the Environment for Future Generations – Principles and Actors in International Environmental Law, Trier, Germany, 29-30 October 2015

'Stewardship of the Central Arctic Ocean: The Arctic 5 versus the international community', Invited Keynote, Conference on Arctic Marine Resource Governance, Reykjavik, Iceland, 14-16 October 2015

'A Perfect Storm? Climate Change, International Law and the War Against Nature', Keynote Address, Lund University Law Faculty Research Day, Lund, 28 May 2015 

'Uncertain Futures: Risk and the Climate Engineered World', COST Workshop on Imagining the Future: Conceptions of Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in International Law, Budapest, 17-18 October 2014

'OSPAR and the Regulation of Climate Engineering', Workshop on Climate Engineering Law and Regulation in Europe, Tilburg University, 22-23 October 2014

'Cinderella or Saviour? Climate Engineering and the Oceans', Climate Engineering Conference 2014 (CEC ’14), Berlin, 18-22 August 2014

“Ocean Law and Climate Change”, International Foundation for the Law of the Sea Summer Academy 2014, 6 August 2014

 'International Law and the Governance of Emerging Technologies Likely to Impact on the Environment: The Challenge of Geoengineering', 5th Biennial ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference, Barcelona, 25-27 June 2014

 'Climate Change, Geoengineering and the Future of International Environmental Law' Invited Speaker, Program on Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, Catholic University of Valparaiso, 25 April 2014

 'Beyond Creeping Jurisdiction: High Seas Abstention and Food Security', Invited Speaker, Conference on Food Security and Marine Resources: The Perspectives of Coastal States, Faculty of Law, Catholic University of Valparaiso, 24 April 2014

 'Ocean Fertilisation and the Regulation of Climate Engineering', Invited peaker, Workshop on Self-Governance in Science and Technology, Institute For Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany, 14-15 April 2014

 'Climate Change and Sea Level Rise', Invited Speaker, Faculty of Law, University of Wisconsin, 7 April 2014

“Positive or Negative? Listing and the War against IUU Fishing”, Workshop on ‘The Politics of the List: Law, Security, Technology’, University of Kent 31 October – 1 November 2013

 “Conceptions of Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in the Law of the Sea”, Workshop on ‘Risk Across International Law’, Vrije University, Amsterdam, 26 October 2013

 “What’s Wrong with the Law of the Sea?”, Invited Keynote, Symposium on ‘What’s Wrong with International Law’ University of Utrecht, 25 October 2013

 “Climate Change, Resource Management and the Loss of Territory: Challenges for Pacific Island States”, Invited Lecturer, UN-Nippon Pacific Alumni Meeting, Suva, Fiji, 14-18 October 2013

 “Regional Fisheries Management Organisations and their Efforts and Measures to Regulate Fishing Activities” Invited Keynote Speaker, 2nd Hamburg International Environmental Law Conference, 12-13 September 2014

 “Something Fishy About Fisheries, The Common Resource Conundrum” Invited Speaker, ILA Regional Conference, Cape Suonio, Greece, 29-31 August 2013

 “Marine Jurisdiction and High Seas Fisheries”, Invited Speaker, University of Sydney Institute of Marine Science, Sydney, 7 August 2013

 Invited Expert, IASS/IDDRI Workshop on Oceans in the Anthropocene – Advancing Governance of the High Seas, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, 20-21 March 2013

 Invited Expert, UNESCO Workshop on the World Heritage Convention and Applying the Concept of  Outstanding Universal Value in the High Seas, Potsdam, 18-19 March 2013

“The Polar Code: A Test Case for Arctic Oceans Governance?”, 5th Polar Law Symposium, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland 6-9 September 2012

 “Precaution and the Protection of Marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction”, Australia New Zealand Society for International Law Annual Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 5 – 7 July 2012

 “Protecting the Deep: Conceptions of Risk and the Regulation of Uncertainty in Protecting Marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction” Rule of Law for Nature Conference, Oslo, Norway, 9 – 11 May 2012

 “Disappearing States and the Law of the Sea”, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, 1 March 2012

 “Disappearing States and the Law of the Sea”, Research Seminar, University of Tromsø, Norway, 27 and 28 February 2012

 “Rights to Green Future: Collective Action and he Way Forward”, Human Rights and Climate Change Program, Studium Generale of Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands, January 2012

 “Cinderella or Saviour? Climate Change and the Law of the Sea” Law of the Sea Institute Conference on ‘The Limits of Maritime Jurisdiction’, Wollongong, Australia, November 2011

 “W(h)ither Tuvalu? Climate Change and its Impact on Island States” Symposium on the Future of Environmental Law, Law Council of Australia, Sydney, Australia November 2011

 “Sea Level Rise and ‘Disappearing States’”, UNSW Conference on Climate Change and Migration in the Asia-Pacific: Legal and Policy Responses, NSW Parliament House, Sydney, Australia November 2011

“Sea Level Rise and Maritime Zones: Preserving the Maritime Entitlements of ‘Disappearing’ States”,  Conference on Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate, Columbia Law School, New York, 23-25 May 2011

 “Imagining the Future Climate Regime: Conceptions of Risk, the Regulation of Uncertainty and the Clash of Precautions”, Research Workshop on International Law: Constitutionalisation, Fragmentation and the Changing Role of Temporality, Lund University, Lund, Sweden, 5 May 2011

 “Images of the Future: Climate Change and the Future of International Law”, Public lecture, Lund University, May 2011

 “Disappearing Island States: Control over Marine Resources and the Law of the Sea”, Public lecture, Lund University, April 2011

 “The Pacific Oceanscape: A Secure Future for Pacific islands Nations based on Ocean Conservation and Management?” 2nd International seminar on Oceans and Islands, Ocean Policy Research Foundation, Tokyo, Japan, 29 November to 1 December 2010

 “Reinterpreting Flag State Jurisdiction in Cooperation Regimes”, Conference on Cooperation Regimes and Third Parties, ANU Centre for European Studies, Canberra, Australia, 22 November 2010

 “Piracy: The Case of  Somalia” Research Seminar, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 4 October 2010

 “Autopoeisis and the Law of the Sea”, Research Seminar, Vrije University, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1 October 2010

 “The international institutional framework for sustainable development”, Green Economy Expert Group Meeting, Seoul Korea, 10 September 2010

 “Monitoring, reporting and verification in the post-2012 climate regime”, GreenKorea 2010: Strengthening Global Green Growth Strategy and Green Economy, Seoul Korea, 9 September 2010

 “The end of an era? Law, politics and prospects of the freedom to fish”, High Seas Governance Expert Meeting, WWF Netherlands, Zeist, Netherlands, 30 August 2010.  

 “Mechanisms for advancing marine spatial management and protection  in the high seas and seabed beyond national jurisdiction”,  5th Global Forum on Oceans, Islands and Coasts; Global Oceans Conference 2010: Ensuring Survival, Preserving Life, Improving Governance, Paris, France, 3-7 May 2010

 “Marine Geoengineering as a Response to Climate Change”, 5th Global Forum on Oceans, Islands and Coasts; Global Oceans Conference 2010: Ensuring Survival, Preserving Life, Improving Governance, Paris, France, 3-7 May 2010

 “Developments in High Seas Governance” IUCN Commission on Environmental Law- Oceania Region, regional meeting, Sydney, Australia, 13 March 2010

 “Climate Change and the Disappearing State Dilemma” Blake Dawson Social Issues Forum, Sydney, Australia, 12 March 2010

 “Obligations of Fishing States under the Law of the Sea Convention, the FAO Compliance Agreement and the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement”, Workshop on Flag State Performance, Monaco, 14-15 January 2010

“International Law and Disappearing States”, 22nd LAWASIA Conference, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, November 2009

“Climate Change and Disappearing States: Protecting Marine Entitlements Beyond the Tide”, 5th Biennial GEF International Waters Conference, Cairns, Australia, October 2009

“The Law of the Sea and Disappearing States: Avoiding Statelessness” Climate Change research Showcase, University of new South Wales, Sydney, Australia, May 2009

“International Law and Climate Change”, UNSW International Research Workshop, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, February 2009

“W(h)ither Tuvalu? Oceans Governance and Disappearing States”, International Symposium of Islands and Oceans, Oceans Policy Research Foundation, Tokyo, Japan, January 2009, [2009] UNSWLRS 9 available at http://law.bepress.com.unswwps/flrps09/art9

“Combating IUU Fishing”, Iceland Institute for the Law of the Sea, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, November 2008

“The Anthropocene, Autopoiesis and the Disingenuousness of the Genuine Link: Addressing Enforcement Gaps in the Legal Regime for Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction”, Fourth J.W.H. Verzijl Memorial Symposium on ‘The Legal Regime of Areas beyond National Jurisdiction: Current Principles and Frameworks and Future Directions’, Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea, University of Utrecht, November 2008, [2009] UNSWLRS 2, available at http://law.bepress.com.unswwps/flrps09/art2  

“Warm Waters and Cold Shoulders: Jostling for Jurisdiction in Polar Oceans”, International Symposium on Looking Beyond International Polar Year: Emerging and re-emerging issues in International law and policy in the Polar Regions, Akureyri, Iceland, September 2008, [2008] UNSWLRS 56 available at http://law.bepress.com/unswwps/flrps08/art56

“Antarctica and the Dilemma of Flag State Jurisdiction”, Coastal Zone Canada Conference, Vancouver, Canada, May 2008

“Jurisdictional Issues in Polar Areas” ACORN Workshop (Australia Canada Oceans Research Network), University of British Columbia, Canada, May 2008

“Possible Options for Non-Flag Enforcement: Actions Against Vessels and Flag States”, Expert Workshop on Flag State Responsibilities: Assessing Performance and Taking Action, Vancouver, Canada, March 2008

“Building Sustainable Fisheries Through Certification Processes”, International Seminar, Towards a New Governance of High Seas Biodiversity, hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations, Monaco, March 2008

“Polar Wildlife and Climate Change: Protecting Marine Biodiversity in Polar Areas”, 10th International Wildlife Law Conference, Granada, Spain, March 2008

“Protecting the Marine Environment: Non-Flag State Enforcement and IUU Fishing” 32nd Oceans Conference, Singapore, January 2008

“Global Approaches to High Seas Governance for the 21st Century” presented at the IUCN Workshop on High Seas Governance for the 21st Century, New York, 17-19 October 2007, available at http://www.iucn.org/themes/marine/pdf/high-seas-workshop/Presentation_RRayfuse_Global%20Approaches.pdf

“Regional Allocation Issues or Zen and the Art of Pie Cutting”, presented at the Sharing the Fish 2006 Conference, hosted by the Government of Western Australia and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, February 2006

“Arctic Marine Biodiversity and the Extended Continental Shelf”, NORSEL Svalbard Seminar on Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Conservation of Biodiversity in the Arctic, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway, March 2007

“Global Warming and the Future of Polar Governance” Australian Bureau of Statistics, March 2007

“The Future of High Seas Governance”, Faculty of Law, Lund University, February 2007

“The Future of Polar Oceans Governance” Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, January 2007 and Faculty of Law, Lund University, February 2007

“Global Warming: Experiences from the Edge”, International Law Association Twilight Seminar, Baker & McKenzie, Sydney, May 2006

“Melting Moments: The Future of Polar Governance in a Warming World”, Public Lecture, Australian Maritime Museum, Sydney, March 2006

"The Unfree Seas: Legal Regulation of the High Seas in the 21st Century", Faculty of Law, University of Vienna, and Faculty of Law, University of Lausanne, October 2005

"Law of the Sea in the 21st Century", Bocconi University, Milan, October 2005

"Undoing Grotius: Emerging Assertions of Non-Flag Enforcement on the High Seas", Marine and Environmental Law Institute and Marine Affairs Program, Faculty of Law, Dalhousie University, Halifax, September 2005

"International Law and the Challenge of Terrorism", Terrorism and Law Research Workshop, hosted by Gilbert & Tobin Centre for Public Law, University of New South Wales, Sydney, June 2005

"Compliance and Enforcement in Regional Fisheries Management Organisations", Conference on the Governance of High Seas Fisheries and the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement, hosted by the Government of Canada at St John`s, Newfoundland, May 2005

"The Problems of Governance and Enforcement in the Conservation of Marine Living Resources: Future Possibilities", Seminar on Strategic Directions for Australia and the Law of the Sea, sponsored by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Sydney Centre for International and Global Law, Canberra, November 2004

"The Future of Compulsory Dispute Settlement under the Law of the Sea Convention", Workshop on New Horizons in the Law of the Sea, sponsored by Australia-New Zealand Society for International Law and the New Zealand Centre for International and Public Law, Victoria University Wellington, September 2004

“Implementation of the UN Fish Stocks Agreement by Canada within Regional Fisheries Organisations” presented at Australia-Canada Oceans Research Network Workshop in Canberra, Australia, June 2002

“The Guantanamo Bay Detainees: Implications of the Denial of Prisoner of War Status”, Australian Institute of International Affairs, Glover Cottages, Sydney, March 2002

“Implementation of the 1995 UN Fish Stocks Agreement by Canada and Australia”, Scoping Paper presented at Australia-Canada Oceans Research Network Workshop, Vancouver, Canada, December 2000

“Aggression, Humanitarian Intervention and the International Criminal Court: A Clash of Titans”, speech presented at a “Twilight Seminar” jointly sponsored by the Australian Institute of International Affairs, Australian Red Cross, New South Wales, and International Law Association (Australian Branch), Glover Cottages, Sydney, June 2000

“Legal Protection for Children During War”, Australian Red Cross NSW, Kids at War Conference, Sydney, October 1998

“The Proposed International Criminal Court”, University of Auckland, New Zealand, December 1997; Queen`s University, Canada, November 1997; and University of Western Ontario, March 1997

“The Creation of an International Criminal Jurisdiction”, University of New South Wales and Australian Red Cross NSW Branch, October 1996

“Concepts of War and Armed Conflict” and “Legal Regulation of the Use of Force”, Australian Defence Force Advanced Legal Officer Training Course, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, Australia, November 1995

“Blowing its Top: The New Zealand Application to Reopen the Nuclear Tests Case”, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, October 1995

“State-Sponsored Abductions”, Research Centre for International Law, Cambridge, England, March 1993

“The International Legal Aspects of Northern Ireland”, Research Centre for International Law, Cambridge, England, October 1992

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Case Commentaries, Summaries/Headnotes

Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts (OUP, www.oxfordlawreports.com)

2006 Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v S152/2003

2007 Re The Maritime Union of Australia and Ors; Ex Parte CSL Pacific Shipping
Blunden v Commonwealth of Australia
The Commonwealth v Yarmirr; Yarmirr v Northern Territory
Behrooz v Secretary of the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs
Ferdinands v Commissioner for Public Employment
XYZ v The Commonwealth
Vasiljkovic v The Commonwealth
Hicks v Ruddock

International Law Reports (Lauterpacht and Greenwood eds, Grotius/CUP, UK) (Copies of the ILR are available in the Law Library):

[Page references refer only to the pages of the summaries/headnotes. Page numbers of the actual judgments are omitted.]

Volume 101 (1996):

Markt Intern, pp 69-71

Groppera, pp 96-100

Autronic, pp 134-137

Volume 98 (1995):

R v Finta, pp 520-4

Volume 96 (1994):

Habeus Corpus in Emergency Situations, pp 392-3

Judicial Guarantees in States of Emergency, pp 405-6

Interpretation of the American Declaration on the Rights and Duties of Man Within the Framework of Article 64 of the American Convention on Human Rights, pp 416-8

Lechner and Hess, pp430-2

Capuano, pp 451-3

Baggetta, pp 465-7

Baraona, pp 477-9

Martins Moreira, pp 498-9

Union Alimentaria Sanders SA, pp 520-1

H v France, pp 535-7

Obermeier, pp 562-4

Vernillo v France, pp 585-6

Hendriks v Netherlands, pp 602-5 and 623-5

Ominayak and the Lubicon Lake Band v Canada, pp 667-9

Marshall and Others v Canada, pp 707-8

Volume 95 (1994):

Velasquez Rodriguez, pp 232-7

Godinez Cruz, Fairen Garbí and Solis Corrales cases, p 320

Giry v Dominican Republic, pp 321-2

Stocke v Germany, pp 327-9

US v Alvarez-Machain, pp 355-7

R v Horseferry Road Magistrates, ex parte Bennet, pp 380-1

State v Ebrahim, pp 417-8

Delimitation of Maritime Areas between Canada and the French Republic (St Pierre and Miquelon), pp 645-50

Volume 94 (1994):

US v Public Service Alliance of Canada, pp 264-6

Volume 92 (1993):

W v. United Kingdom, pp 212-6

O, H, B, and R v. United Kingdom, pp 256-7

Olsson, pp 257-60

Eriksson, pp 320-3

Moustaquim, pp 352-4

Berrehab, pp 304-5

Volume 91 (1993):

Polyukhovitch v Australia, pp 1-7

US v Louisiana, pp 411-3

US v Maine, pp 427-9

Georgia v South Carolina, pp 439-42

US v Conroy, pp 493-4

US v Postal, pp 509-11

US v Warren, p 538

US v Monroy, p 539

Volume 90 (1993):

US v Lira, pp 642-3

Persinger v Iran, pp 586-7

Kalamazoo Spice v Ethiopia, pp 596-7

Hester v Nigeria, pp 604-5

US v Caro-Quintero, pp 649-51

US v Verdugo-Urquidez, pp 668-70

Volume 89 (1992):

Johnston and Others, pp 154-7

Rees, pp 94-5

F v Switzerland, pp 191-2

Leander, pp 208-10

Norris, pp 243-4

Chappell, pp 265-6

Gaskin, pp 290-2

Cossey, pp 112-5

Amco Asia v Indonesia, pp 366-79

Liberian Eastern Timber Company v Liberia, pp 313-16

Volume 88 (1992):

Barfod, pp 600-2

Lingens, pp 513-4

Müller, pp 570-2

Sharon v Time, pp 101-4

DeRoburt v Gannet, pp 162

In re Korean Airlines Disaster, pp 55-6

ICSID Reports (Rayfuse ed, Lauterpacht consulting ed, Grotius/CUP, UK)
(Copies of the ICSID Reports are available in my office):

Volume 4 (1997):

Mobil Oil Corp v New Zealand, pp 140-4< Vacuum Salt Ltd v Ghana, pp 320-3

Volume 3 (1995):

Atlantic Triton v Guinea, pp 13-16

Southern Pacific Properties (Middle East) Ltd v Egypt, pp 101-111

Volume 2 (1994):

Klöckner v Cameroon, pp 3-8

Société Ouest Africaine des Bétons Industriels v Senegal, pp 164-74

Liberian Eastern Timber Corp v Liberia, pp 342-46

Volume 1 (1993):

Société Adriano Gardella v Côte d`Ivoire, pp 283-87

Kaiser Bauxite Co v Jamaica, pp 296-97

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Non-Legal Publications

“The GR 20: June-July 2008”, Into the Blue (Newsletter of the Coast and Mountain Walkers of New South Wales) October 2008

“Canadian Arctic Horror Show: The Anatomy of a Failed North Pole Expedition” Into the Blue (Newsletter of the Coast and Mountain Walkers of New South Wales) July 2006

“A Gourmet`s Guide to the Western Arthurs”, Into the Blue (Newsletter of the Coast and Mountain Walkers of New South Wales) May 2002, pp 9-13

“Chance Encounters in the South Pacific” Traditions, (Glenlyon-Norfolk House School Magazine for Alumni and Friends) Winter 1999, pp 10-11

“The Mother Goddess of Turquoise: Cho Oyu `98” 5 Australian Mountaineering Information Network Newsletter, September 98, pp 2-3

“Denali West Buttress – June/July `95” Into the Blue (Newsletter of the Coast and Mountain Walkers of New South Wales), October 1995, pp 4-6

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