Research Publications for Gay D Morgan

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  • Morgan, G. D., & Young, M. (Eds.) (2016). IUCN Academy of Environmental Law E Journal. IUCN Academy of Environmental Law E Journal, (7 & 8), 1-292.

  • Morgan, G. D. (2016). Are possums animals too?. The New Zealand Law Journal, 291-292.

  • Morgan, G. D. (2016). Rethinking the concept of racism: Is racism really racism. In Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference. Conference held University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Morgan, G. D. (2016). Constitutional Legitimacy in the Maori Governance Space. In What's Happening in the Maori Governance Space? sponsored by Te Mata Hautu Take take - The Maori and Indigenous Governance Centre & Centre for Environmental, Resource and Energy Law. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Morgan, G. D., & Te Aho, L. (Eds.) (2016). Waikato Law Review. Waikato Law Review, 24, 182 pages.

  • 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. D. (2015). “Constitutional Custody is key to Deliberation and to the Appearance of Deliberation: Reasons to Keep the Custody of the Constitution Directly with the People”. In Annual Public Law Weekend “Constitutional Deliberation”. Conference held ANU, Canberra, Australia.

  • Morgan, G. D. (2015). “Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Therapeutic for Whom?”. In ANZAPPL 2015 Joint Conference. Systems, Clients and Patients. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. Canberra, Australia.

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