Research Publications for Gay D Morgan

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  • Daya-Winterbottom, T., Morgan, G., Bava, R., Calderwood, M., Chen, M., Forster, N., . . . Tulloch, J. A. (2016). New Zealand: Precautionary principle and endangered species. In P. Martin, B. Boer, & L. Slobodian (Eds.), Framework for Assessing and Improving Law for Sustainability: A Legal Component of a Natural Resource Governance Framework (pp. 51-60). ICUN Gland.

  • Morgan, G. D. (2015). Shifting Paradigms: Barry's Earth-Centrism: An Effective Noble Lie?. New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law, 13(1), 65-88.

  • Morgan, G. D. (2015). Comment: Deepening the path of translation - Differentiating arguments from power from arguments from legitimacy in a heterodox world. New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law, 15(1), 153-156.

  • Morgan, G. D. (2015). Constitutional cookbook: Seeking palatable ingredients for constitutional reform in New Zealand. Waikato Law Review, 23, 82-111.

  • Morgan, G. (2011). Thou shalt not tell - would a therapeutic approach enable children to break their silences in safety?. In Justice in the Round. Conference held at The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Morgan, G. (2011). Public law and acoustic separation - is out constitutionalism the modern realisation of Plato's noble lie?. In NZ Public Law Colloquium. Conference held at University of Auckland, Auckland.

  • Morgan, G. (2010). Considering Couch v the Attorney General in the context of historical development and purposes of punitive damages at common law: is there a theory to fit the facts?. In Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference. Conference held at The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Morgan, G. (2010). Mugabe was right in the wrong way: exploring theoretical approaches to restorative justice vis-a-vis land claims. In Canada and New Zealand: Connections, Comparisons and Challenges. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Morgan, G. (2010). Considering Couch v the Attorney General in the context of historical development and purposes of punitive damages at common law: is there a theory to fit the facts?. In 29th Annual Australian and New Zealand Law and History Conference. Conference held at Melbourne, Australia.

  • Morgan, G. (2010). Developing absurd theatre: acquiescence to the scam. In 27th Annual Conference of the Law and Society Association of New Zealand and Australia. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.

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