Military Justice

CENTRE MEMBERS

A/Prof Alison Duxbury
Dr Rain Liivoja

PUBLICATIONS

Alison Duxbury and Matthew Groves (eds), Military Justice in the Modern Age (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)

Rain Liivoja, ‘Trying Civilian Contractors in Military Courts: A Necessary Evil?’ in Alison Duxbury and Matthew Groves (eds), Military Justice in the Modern Age (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)

Rain Liivoja, ‘Military Justice’ in Markus Dubber and Tatjana Hörnle (eds), Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law (Oxford University Press, forthcoming) ch 15

Rain Liivoja, ‘Law and Honour: Normative Pluralism in the Regulation of Military Conduct’ in Jan Klabbers and Touko Piiparinen (eds), Normative Pluralism and International Law: Exploring Global Governance (Cambridge University Press, 2013) 143–175

Alison Duxbury, ‘The Curious Case of the Australian Military Court’ (2010) 10 Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal 155-184

Alison Duxbury, ‘The Defence Power, Chapter III and White v Director of Military Prosecutions (2007) 235 ALR 455; [2007] HCA 29’ (2007) 18 Public Law Review 233-239.

D. Cremean, M. Ewing, M. Gayford and A. Duxbury, ‘Defence’ in Halsbury’s Laws of Australia (2008) [includes substantial component of military justice]

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Rain Liivoja, ‘The Principle of Precaution in Armed Conflict and Responsibility for Its Violation’, 20th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (Victoria University of Wellington, 5–7 July 2012)

Rain Liivoja, ‘Subjecting Civilians to Military Justice: A Necessary Evil?’, Conference ‘Military Justice in the Modern Age’ (Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law, Melbourne Law School, 4–5 November 2011)

Alison Duxbury, ‘Back to the Future: Australian Military Justice in the 21st Century’ Conference on Military Jurisdiction (International Society for Military Law and the Law of War, Rhodes, 28 September–2 October 2011)

Rain Liivoja, ‘Civilians under Military Jurisdiction’, Conference on Military Jurisdiction (International Society for Military Law and the Law of War, Rhodes, 28 September–2 October 2011)

Alison Duxbury, ‘Lane v Morrison – The French Court Confronts the Issue of Military Justice’, Constitutional Law Conference (Sydney, 19 February 2010)

EVENTS

‘Asia Pacific Military Justice Workshop’ (Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law, the University of Melbourne and the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law, Singapore, 20-21 September 2016)

Conference ‘Military Justice in the Modern Age’ (Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law, Melbourne Law School, 4–5 November 2011)

The Flanders Fields Conference of Military Law and the Law of War (International Society of Military Law and the Law of War, in collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Royal Higher Institute for Defence, With the support of the City of Ypres, the British Army Legal Services, the Institute for International Affairs at the University of Hamburg, the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law at Melbourne Law School, and the Centre d’Etude de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre; Ypres, Belgium, 12–15 October 2014)