Further publications

Edited monograph

Editing Refereed Journal

Refereed journal articles

 Chapters

  • Law, morality and religion in the courts in England and Wales in the twenty-first century” in Ayan Hazra (ed), Law and Society (Cambridge University Press) [forthcoming]
  • Good workplaces: alternative dispute resolution and restorative justice” in Jane Parker (ed), The Big Issues in Employment: HR Management and Employment Relations in NZ (CCH 2013) 111-134 ISBN 9780864759092 (with Shirley Ulich)
  • Religious tolerance and the news media – respect for the theist” in Nick Spencer (ed), Religion and Law (Theos, London, 2012) 71-78 ISBN 978-0-9562182-8-5
  • The Crown Down Under” in Jennifer Smith and D. Michael Jackson (eds), The evolving Canadian crown (Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, 2012; ISBN 978-1-55339-202-6; 250 pp) 193-202
  • “International Law After Iraq: An Ethical or Historical Approach to Justification of Self-Defence”, in Satyanarayana Prasad (ed), Right of Private Defense – Expanding Horizons (Amicus Books, Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, 2008) 214-243 originally published in (2006) 13(3) Tilburg Foreign Law Review 228-256
  • Monarchy or Republic?” a chapter written jointly with Raymond Miller, in Miller (ed), New Zealand Government and Politics (5th edn Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2010) 130-144 ISBN 9780195585094
  • “The principles of international law governing the Sovereign authority for the creation and administration of Orders of Chivalry”, in Rory Stanley (ed.), Féil-Scríbhinn Liam Mhic Alasdair – Essays Presented to Liam Mac Alasdair, FGSI (Genealogical Society of Ireland, Dublin, 2009) 15-25 ISBN 9781898471677
  • “Copyright in primary legal materials in common law jurisdictions”, in Audhi Narayana Valili (ed), Copyright Infringement: New Mystifications (Amicus Books, Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, September 2008) 1-34, originally published in (2008) 19(1) Australian Intellectual Property Journal 1-18
  • “The coup d’etat and the Fiji Human Rights Commission” in Jon Fraenkel, Stewart Firth and Brij Lal (eds.), The 2006 military takeover in Fiji: a coup to end all coups? (ANU Press, Canberra, March 2009) pp. 321-336, originally published (April 2007) 16(1) The Commonwealth Lawyer 16-23, chapter 18, ISBN 9781921536502 or 9781921536519 (online) A$34.95
  • “The extraterritorial enforcement of consumer legislation and the challenge of the internet” in C. Vidya (ed), Cyber Jurisdiction – Sovereign and Personal Dimensions (Amicus Books, Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, 2007), pp 200-233, originally published (2004) 8(1) Edinburgh Law Review 60-83
  • Head of State” a chapter written jointly with Raymond Miller, in Miller (ed), New Zealand Government and Politics (4th edn Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2006) 130-144 ISBN 0195584929
  • Cyber-crime and Jurisdiction in New Zealand”, in Bert-Jaap Koops, Susan Brenner, Paul de Hert (eds), Cyber-crime Jurisdiction: A Global Survey (T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague, 2006) 177-188 ISBN 978-9067042215
  • Falkland Islands Constitutional Development Consistent with British Imperial History”, in Lyubomir Lalov Ivanov et al, The Future of the Falkland Islands and its people (The Atlantic Club of Sofia/Manfred Wörner Foundation, Sofia, 2003) 75-77 ISBN 954-91503-1-3
  • Monarchy” a chapter written jointly with Raymond Miller, in Miller (ed), New Zealand Government and Politics (3rd edn Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2003) 50-62 ISBN 9780195584646
  • Monarchy” a chapter written jointly with Raymond Miller, in Miller (ed), New Zealand Government and Politics (new edn Oxford University Press, Auckland, 2001) 48-60 ISBN 0195584406
  • A New Zealand Heraldic Authority?” a chapter in John Campbell-Kease (ed), Tribute to an Armorist: Essays for John Brooke-Little to mark the Golden Jubilee of The Coat of Arms (The Heraldry Society, London, 2000) 93-101 ISBN 1110000067642

Book Reviews

Learned journals – legal (selection)

Monographs

A series of monographs republish the majority of his refereed journal articles and book chapters, as well as some other legal publications:

  • The law of the church in the twenty-first century: Essays on law and religion (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013; ISBN 978-1-4927-5859-4) 304 pages;
  • Essays on Constitutional Law: with particular emphasis on the Crown (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013; ISBN 978-1-4937-5933-0) 728 pages;
  • Collected Essays: Part 1 (Ardwyn House Publishing, Aberystwyth, 2014; ISBN 978-1-4944-5657-3) 568 pages;
  • Collected Essays: Part 2 (Ardwyn House Publishing, Aberystwyth, 2014; ISBN 978-1-4947-3303-2) 688 pages.

Other minor learned journal articles – legal

Learned journal articles – non-legal

 Contributions to books

  • The Oxford Australian Legal Dictionary (1st edn, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2008) [entries on constitutional law, intellectual property]
  • contributor, Almanach de Gotha (184th edn Almanach de Gotha Ltd, London, 2000) [essay]
  • contributor, Almanach de Gotha (183rd edn Almanach de Gotha Ltd, London, 1999) [essay]

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Other publications

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