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Adelaide Law Review , 37 1 : - Douglas, Heather and de Costa, Caroline Abortion law reform needed. Alternative Law Journal , 40 4 : - Medical Journal of Australia , 9 : - Douglas, Heather and Bronitt, Simon Patriarchal terrorism and burning women at the stake: The petty treason of Elizabeth Herring Criminal Law Journal , 39 5 : - Social and Legal Studies , 24 2 : - Australian Family Physician , 44 6 : - Black, Kirsten I.
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Douglas, Heather Anne Foetal alcohol spectrum disorders: a consideration of sentencing and unreliable confessions. Journal of Law and Medicine , 23 - Douglas, Heather Do we need a specific domestic violence offence? Melbourne University Law Review , 39 2 : - Douglas, Heather and Fitzgerald, Robin Strangulation, domestic violence and the legal response.
Sydney Law Review , 36 2 : - Douglas, Heather and Taylor, Monica Understanding the power of law: engaging students in criminal law casework. Legal Education Review , 24 1 : 28 - Journal of Law and Medicine , 22 - Harpur, Paul and Douglas, Heather Disability and domestic violence: protecting survivors' human rights. Griffith Law Review , 23 3 : - Douglas, Heather and April Chrzanowski A Consideration of the legitimacy and equity of Queensland's offender levy. Current Issues in Criminal Justice , 24 3 : - International Journal of Children's Rights , 21 1 : 59 - Douglas, Heather and Fitzgerald, Robin Legal processes and gendered violence: cross-applications for domestic violence protection orders.
Douglas, Heather , Black, Kirsten and de Costa, Caroline Manufacturing mental illness and lawful abortion : doctors' attitudes to abortion law and practice in New South Wales and Queensland. Journal of Law and Medicine , 20 3 : - Douglas, Heather A consideration of the merits of specialised homicide offences and defences for battered women. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology , 45 3 : - Douglas, Heather Battered women's experiences of the criminal justice system: Decentring the law.
Feminist Legal Studies , 20 2 : - Queensland Lawyer , 32 3 : - Walsh, Tamara and Douglas, Heather Lawyers' views of decision-making in child protection matters: the tension between adversarialism and collaborative approaches. Monash University Law Review , 38 2 : - Journal of Judicial Administration , 21 3 : - Walsh, Tamara and Douglas, Heather Lawyers, advocacy and child protection. Melbourne University Law Review , 35 2 : - Douglas, Heather The shifting moral compass: Post-sentence detention of sex offenders in Australia.
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Australian Journal of Human Rights , 17 1 : 91 - Journal of Law and Medicine , 18 2 : - Douglas, Heather and Walsh, Tamara Mothers, domestic violence, and child protection: Toward collaboration and engagement. Violence Against Women , 16 5 : - Douglas, Heather A. Douglas, Heather The sentencing response to defendants with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Criminal Law Journal , 34 4 : - Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law , 62 95 - Criminal Law Journal , 33 2 : 74 - Douglas, Heather and Walsh, Tamara K.
Pandora's Box , 14 - Canadian Journal of Law and Society , 24 1 : 69 - Walsh, Tamara K. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law , 31 2 : - Douglas, Heather and Walsh, Tamara Mothers and the child protection system. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family , 23 2 : - Legal Studies , 28 4 : - The Criminal Law Review , 11 : - Douglas, Heather 'Crime, aboriginality and the decolonisation of justice', by Harry Blagg.
Adelaide Law Review , 29 2 : - Walsh, T. Journal of Australian Studies , 32 3 : - Adelaide Law Review , 27 2 : - Criminal Law Journal , 31 4 : - Douglas, Heather 'Criminal law: problems in context' by Mark Findlay. University of Queensland Law Journal , 26 1 : - Griffith Law Review , - Criminal Law Journal , 30 2 : 73 - Douglas, Heather Towards Indigenisation. Indigenous Law Bulletin , 6. Douglas, Heather Customary law, sentencing and the limits of the state.
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Canadian Journal of Law and Society , 20 1 : - Indigenous Law Bulletin , 6 8 : 12 - Douglas, Heather She knew what was expected of her: The white legal system's encounter with traditional marriage. Feminist Legal Studies , 13 2 : - Newcastle Law Review , 7 2 : 79 - Journal of Australian Studies , 81 47 - Australian Journal of Legal History , 8 2 : - Criminal Law Journal , 27 Part 1 : - Criminal Law Journal , 26 Part 4 : - Douglas, Heather The participation of Indigenous students in legal education: Douglas, Heather Anne and Banks, Cate "From a different place altogether": Indigenous students and cultural exclusion at law school.
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Australian Journal of Law and Society , 15 42 - Griffith Law Review , 8. Heather Douglas Anunga Guidelines. Griffith Law Review , 7 2 : - Douglas, Heather The cultural specificity of evidence: the current scope and relevance of the Anunga guidelines. Douglas, Heather "This is not just about me": Indigenous students insights into law school study. Adelaide Law Review , 20 - Griffith Law Review , 6 - International Journal of Cultural Property , 6 1 : - Douglas, Heather Indigenous legal education: looking towards the future.
Legal Education Review , 7 2 : - Legal Education Review , 7 - Domestic violence and the law: achievements and future directions. In: Emmanuel College Occasional Papers. Adolescent Family Violence. Fitness to plead and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
Legal responses to domestic violence in the context of Human Services. Strangulation in the context of domestic and family Violence. Douglas, Heather Anne and Burdon, Mark Domestic violence and mental illness: Implications for legal engagement. Douglas, Heather Anne and Fitzgerald, Robin Contraventions of DVOs: the Queensland context.
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Contraventions of Domestic Violence Protection Orders. Race and incarceration: perspectives from Australia and the United States. Panel Discussion, Public Forum. Legal responses to domestic and family violence. Coordinating Responses: Plugging the Gaps in the System.
Policing domestic violence panel. Evidence and the Feminist Judge. Legal systems abuse and coercive control. Report on the work of the development of the national family violence bench book. Fraser, D. Douglas, Heather Anne and Bartlett, Francesca Women, Feminism and Judicial Diversity. Cross Applications in the Magistrates Court. Abortion Law in Australia. In: Abortion in Australia Conference , Brisbane ,. Douglas, Heather Anne and Joanna Besley Reconceptualising Battered Woman Syndrome.
In: Homicide: Precursors and Prevention , Brisbane ,. In: Criminal Law Workshop , Sydney ,. Domestic violence protection orders and attempted strangulation. Douglas, Heather and Prayaga, Prabha Economic research into Indigenous inequality and development. In: Diversity Week , University of Queensland ,. Douglas, Heather Anne and Heather Nancarrow Douglas, Heather Anne and Prabha Prayaga Gendered violence and cross orders in Queensland's magistrates courts. In: Responding to Family Violence , Ipswich ,. Heather Douglas and Mark Finnane Preventive Detention Regimes.
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