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.