The annual PhD Excellence Award is given to candidates whose examiners recommended the conferral of a degree without any amendment.

  • Thesis

    Reconciling Indigenous and Settler-State Assertions of Sovereignty Over Sea Country in Australia’s Northern Territory

    Supervisors

    Sean Brennan
    Megan Davis
    Bronwen Morgan

  • Thesis

    How Does Clinical Legal Education Contribute to Forming Reflective, Justice-focused Lawyers?

    Supervisors

    Alex Steel
    Judith Welch Wegner

  • Thesis

    Plurality in Legal Reasoning - The Place of Value Pluralism in Theories of Law and Adjudication

    Supervisors

    Marc De Leeuw
    Arthur Glass

  • Thesis

    An Empirical Study of the Use of Neuroscientific Evidence in Sentencing in New South Wales, Australia

    Supervisors

    Gary Edmond
    Allan McCay
    Marc De Leeuw

  • Thesis

    Regulating stored valued facilities in Australia: Review and proposal for reform

    Supervisors

    Ross Buckley
    Jonathan Bonnitcha
    Douglas Arner

  • Thesis

    The Politics of Cultural Appropriation Claims and Law Reform

    Supervisors

    Kathy Bowrey
    Ben Golder

  • Thesis

    Restorative Justice Conferencing in Response to Pollution Offending: The Vehicle for the Achievement of Justice as Meaningful Involvement

    Supervisors

    Cameron Holley
    Jane Bolitho

  • Thesis

    Indigenous Aspirations and Democratic Design: Structural Reform in Australia

    Supervisors

    George Williams
    Megan Davis

  • Thesis

    Assuring the Express Trust: The ‘So-Called Beneficiary’s Proprietary Claim

    Supervisors

    Simone Degeling
    Keith Mason

  • Thesis

    The legal performativity of Indigenous Peoples' free prior and informed consent

    Supervisors

    Ben Golder
    Fleur Johns

  • Thesis

    In search of the African refugee – Article I(2) of the 1969 OAU Convention Governing the Specific Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa

    Supervisors

    Jane McAdam
    Sarah Williams

  • Thesis

    Courts and international arbitration: a comparative and critical analysis

    Supervisors

    Leon Trakman
    Luke Nottage

  • Thesis

    The underutilisation of the anti-dumping system in Vietnam: reasons and proposed approaches

    Supervisors

    Colin Picker
    Lisa Toohey
    Weihuan Zhou

  • Thesis

    Copyright and Indigenous works: A comparative analysis (old –new): Interrogating international IP institutions: Neo-colonialism and the development of a culture of Indigenous–IP legal space

    Supervisors

    Kathy Bowrey
    Michael Handler

  • Thesis

    A recipe for inequality? Gender and therapeutic jurisprudence in criminal justice

    Supervisors

    Julie Stubbs
    Eileen Baldry

  • Thesis

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    Supervisors

    Julie Stubbs
    Alex Steel

  • Thesis

    A human rights’ based approach to women’s land rights in Tonga

    Supervisors

    Christine Forster
    Janice Gray

  • Thesis

    Does Australia's foreign investment review system discriminate against Chinese government investors? A doctrinal, comparative and empirical review.

    Supervisors

    Dimity Kingsford-Smith
    Colin Picker