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Fellow Year Project Report
John LESSER, John 2006 To study mental health tribunal hearings with emphasis on evaluation of overseas jurisdictions comparable to Australia - Canada, USA, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Italy, U.K. PDF  
Derran MOSS, Derran 2006 To undertake a comparative investigation of legislation and policy responses to Volatile Substance Misuse particularly the implementation of intervention models for juveniles and indigenous communities - USA, Canada PDF  
Anthony WOODYATT, Anthony 2006 To observe practical programs to advise and assist self-represented litigants in superior courts in civil law cases - USA, U.K. PDF  
Maurice CARLESS, Maurice 2005 To research techniques in child death reviews for Indigenous Australians - Canada, USA, U.K., New Zealand, Singapore PDF  
Jennifer DWYER, Jennifer 2005 To explore programs for assessing juvenile sex offenders with particular emphasis on maximising possibilities for family reunification and reconciliation - U.K., USA PDF  
Bernadette McGINNES, Bernadette 2005 To examine policy and programmes for young people in custodial facilities with particular reference to through-care and reconnection with family and community - U.K., Canada PDF  
Karen WILLIS OAM, Karen 2005 To review the practices, processes and outcomes of support services and criminal justice responses to complaints of sexual assault - South Africa, Canada, USA PDF  
Georgina COSTELLO, Georgina 2004 The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to study approaches to people trafficking law and policy that can be applied to Australia, particularly trafficking victim support programs, law reform and co-ordination between NGO's, police and governments - Italy, PDF  
Jeanette MAUGHAN, Jeanette 2004 The Percy Baxter Churchill Fellowship to evaluate models of dispute resolution in child protection matters and to determine the relevance and applicability of those models to the Australian judicial child protection system - U.K., USA, Switzerland, Belgiu PDF  
Wendy MURRAY, Wendy 2004 To investigate successful innovations in tackling adult and juvenile recidivism - U.K., France, Norway, USA, Canada PDF  
Andrew SIMPSON, Andrew 2004 To examine the ways in which legal and related services ("elder law services") are co-ordinated and delivered to meet the needs of a growing elderly population - USA, Canada, U.K. PDF  
Mark ANNS, Mark 2003 To examine drug treatment strategies related to the development of Drug Court Diversion programs - USA, U.K. PDF  
Shane DRUMGOLD, Shane 2003 To study restorative justice programs for indigenous offenders - USA, Canada, New Zealand PDF  
Ross FEENAN, Ross 2003 To study the assessment of offending behaviour and rehabilitation of offenders with a view to the Organisational Change Mechanisms required for the integration of new practices within current systems - New Zealand, Canada, U.K. PDF  
Amanda GEORGE, Amanda 2003 To assess the formal structures and informal constraints on the operation of women's prisoner committees in prisons - Canada, USA PDF  
Elibritt KARLSEN, Elibritt 2003 To investigate appeal mechanisms available to asylum seekers with the aim of improving their access to the Australian legal system with emphasis on statutory and convention interpretation, research methodology and procedural fairness principles - Switzerl PDF  
Seamus PARKER, Seamus 2003 To study trends in laws governing the management of water - Italy, U.K., USA, India PDF  
Elizabeth SHEARER, Elizabeth 2003 To study telephone legal advice services for low income and disadvantaged people - USA, U.K. PDF  
Paul SMITH, Paul 2003 To study the operation of specialised Domestic Violence Courts, especially with respect to Court ordered behaviour change programs - USA PDF  
Brian WYATT, Brian 2003 To study processes and outcome aspects of land use agreements noting strategies resolving competing land use needs for development, land management and cultural heritage for and with indigenous peoples - USA, Canada, South Africa PDF  
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