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Prof Mirko Bagaric

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Position

Alfred Deakin Professor And Chair In Law

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

Department

BL Law

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts, Monash University, 1992
Bachelor of Law(s), Monash University, 1992
Master of Laws, Monash University, 1997
Doctor of Philosophy, Monash University, 2001

Contact

mirko.bagaric@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 46303

Biography

Mirko Bagaric is an Alfred Deakin Professor and Chair in Law at Deakin University.

Professor Bagaric is also the Director of the Deakin Centre of Evidence-Based Sentencing: http://www.deakin.edu.au/law/research/centre-for-evidence-based-sentencing-law-and-policy.

He was the Dean and Head of the Law School from 2003 to 2006 and 2012 to 2015. He graduated from Monash University with a BA/ LLB (Hons) degree in 1992. He obtained a PhD from Monash University in 2001 for his thesis ‘Punishment and Sentencing: A Rational Approach’.

Professor Bagaric is the author or co-author of over 20 books and 100 articles in leading international journals including the Cardozo Law Review; the Harvard Human Rights Journal; the Buffalo Law Review; the Pepperdine Law Review; the Seattle University Law Review; the Saint Louis University Law Review; the San Diego Law Review; the Santa Clara Law Review and the Harvard Journal of Racial and Ethnic Justice. He has also published in the leading Australian law journals, including the University of New South Wales Law Journal; the Sydney Law Review; the Melbourne University Law Review and the Monash Law Review.

His main work is in the area of punishment and sentencing. He has also written extensively in migration and refugee law and human rights law. His articles have been cited in over 50 court judgments, including the High Court of Australia and superior courts in Canada, Singapore, New Zealand and Ireland.

His research actively and regularly engages with the community, having written approximately 500 opinion pieces on a range of socially relevant and important legal topics. He appears regularly in the electronic media as an expert commentator on his research areas.

Professor Bagaric’s main research priority is encouraging governments to implement an evidence-based and normatively sound sentencing system.

Professor Bagaric is one of 18 contributors to Future Proofing Australia (MUP, 2013) which is edited by Federal Senator and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs Brett Mason and Daniel Wood. The forward to the book is written by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot who states that the authors are ‘big thinkers on big ideas’.

Professor Bagaric has extensive legal experience. He is a former member of the Migration and Refugee Tribunal and as a lawyer has appeared at courts at all levels of the judicial hierarchy including the High Court of Australia.

As well as his academic writing, he is the co-author of several practitioner works which are updated quarterly. The main works are Australian Sentencing Law; Federal Offences; Victorian Criminal Law and Procedure and Ross on Crime. He is the editor of the two volumes of Laws of Australia which cover the criminal law and co-editor of the Criminal Law Journal.

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Research interests

Sentencing

Human Rights

Teaching interests

Sentencing

Human Rights

Units taught

Sentencing

Human Rights

Knowledge areas

Sentencing and Punishment

Refugee and Migration Law

Human Rights

Media appearances

Approximately 500 opinion pieces in the following newspapers: The Australian, Sydney Morning Herald, Herald Sun, The Age, Courier Mail, Adelaide Advertiser, Geelong Advertiser, Western Australian, New Zealand Herald, Straits Times, Jakarta Post.

Pieces include:

• Why we should close women's prisons and treat their crimes more fairly, The Guardian, 1 June  2016
• Indigenous Australians and African Americans deserve a sentencing discount, The Guardian, 4 April 2016
• Sentencing laws ruled by politics, The Australian, 7 February 2014
• Politically brilliant, morally bankrupt, Courier Mail, 24 July 2013
• Science shows laws of deterrence are failing, The Australia, 13 April 2013
• Don’t turn back the clock against terror, The Australian, 23 March 2012
• Multiculturalism: bikinis and burqas can co-exist, Courier Mail, 4 January 2011,
• Not having a whale of a time behind the farm fence, Sydney Morning Herald, 21 February 2011
• Boat Arrivals are condemning those in camps to limbo: Courier Mail, 9 February 2011
• A flood of tide in affairs of banks, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 February 2011
• Australian needs smart sentencing, The Australian, 21 January 2011
• Distant rains fall on deaf ears here, The Australian, 18 January 2011
• Don’t expect sports stars to be saints, Courier Mail, 4 January 2011
• Access to nest egg super choice for home ownership, Daily Telegraph, 31 December 2010
• Wealth and status, detour to happiness, Courier Mail, 24 December 2011
• Double intake, stop the boats, The Australian, 20 December 2010
• Lies and secrecy are not privacy, Courier Mail, 17 December 2010
• Rights crusade simply worthless, The Australian, 3 December 2010
• Need must define who is a refugee, Sydney Morning Herald, 3 December 2010
• Law has to peg loan to RBA ruling, Courier Mail, 22 November 2010
• Don’t encourage the Grim Reaper, The Australian, 31 September 21 2010
• Migration can end worldwide poverty, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 April  2010
• Fat cat bosses and shareholders drink the same cream, Sydney Morning Herald, 5 January 2010
• Saving our planet will be driven by self-interest, Courier Mail, 23 December 2009
• Ideals are for teenagers - the end always justifies the means, Courier Mail, 26 August 2009

Publications

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2016

The fallacy of punishing offenders for the deeds of others: an argument for abolishing offence prevalence as a sentencing aggravating consideration

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2016), Vol. 38, pp. 23-47, Sydney law review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

The irrelevance to sentencing of (most) incidental hardships suffered by offenders

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mrs Lidia Xynas, Dr Victoria Lambropoulos

(2016), Vol. 39, pp. 47-83, University of New South Wales law journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Sober assessment of the link between substance abuse and crime-eliminating drug and alcohol use from the sentencing calculus

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Prof Sandeep Gopalan

(2016), Vol. 56, pp. 243-302, Santa Clara law review, Santa Clara, Calif., C1

journal

Saving the United States from lurching to another sentencing crisis: taking proportionality seriously and implementing fair fixed penalties

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Prof Sandeep Gopalan

(2016), Vol. 60, pp. 169-242, Saint Louis University law journal, St. Louis, Mo., C1

journal

Excessive criminal punishment amounts to punishing the innocent : an argument for taking the parsimony principle seriously

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Dr Victoria Lambropoulos, Mrs Lidia Xynas

(2016), Vol. 57, pp. 1-42, South Texas Law Review, Houston, Tex., C1

journal

Addressing the curious black spot that is the separation between the principle of legality and sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2016), Vol. 41, pp. 515-551, Monash University law review, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal
2015

The High Court on crime in 2014: Outcomes and jurisprudence

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2015), Vol. 39, pp. 1-71, Criminal law journal, London, Eng., C1

journal

Rich offender, poor offender: why it (sometimes) matters in sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2015), Vol. 33, pp. 1-51, Law and inequality: a journal of theory and practice, Minneapolis, Minn., C1

journal

First-time offender, productive offender, offender with dependents: why the profile of offenders (sometimes) matters in sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2015), Vol. 78, pp. 397-446, Albany Law Review, Albany, New York, C1

journal

Sentencing: from vagueness to arbitrariness - the need to abolish the stain that is the instinctive synthesis

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2015), Vol. 38, pp. 72-109, University of New South Wales law journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Jail up; crime down does not justify Australia becoming an incarceration nation

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Athula Pathinayake

(2015), Vol. 40, pp. 64-96, Australian bar review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal
2014

A Rational Approach To Sentencing White- Collar Offenders in Australia

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2014), Vol. 34, pp. 317-349, Adelaide Law Review, Adelaide, South Australia, C1

journal

From arbitrariness to coherency in sentencing : reducing the rate of imprisonment and crime while saving billions of taxpayer dollars

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2014), Vol. 19, pp. 349-413, Michigan journal of race & law, Ann Arbor, Mich., C1

journal

The negation of venting in Australian sentencing: denouncing denunciation and retribution

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2014), Vol. 88, pp. 502-519, Australian law journal, Sydney, N. S. W., C1

journal

The punishment should fit the crime - not the prior convictions of the person that committed the crime: an argument for less impact being accorded to previous convictions in sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2014), Vol. 51, pp. 343-417, San Diego law review, San Diego, Calif., C1

journal

The senseless war : the sentencing drug offenses arms race

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Prof Samantha Hepburn, Mrs Lidia Xynas

(2014), Vol. 16, pp. 101-145, Oregon Review of International Law, Eugene, Or., C1

journal

Australia

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2014), pp. 185-196, General defences in criminal law : domestic and comparative perspectives, Farnham, Eng., B1

chapter

Proportionality in sentencing: the need to factor in community experience, not public opinion

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2014), pp. 76-100, Popular punishment on the normative significance of public opinion, Oxford, England, B1

chapter

(Particularly) Burdensome prison time should reduce imprisonment length — and not merely in theory

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Richard Edney, Mr Theo Alexander

(2014), Vol. 38, pp. 409-443, Melbourne university law review, Melbourne, VIC, C1

journal

A rational theory of mitigation and aggravation in sentencing: why less is more when it comes to punishing criminals

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2014), Vol. 62, pp. 1159-1237, Buffalo law review, Buffalo, NY, C1

journal
2013

The High Court on crime in 2012 : outcomes and jurisprudence

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), Vol. 37, pp. 6-22, Criminal law journal, Rozelle, N. S. W., C1

journal

Rights must yield to community prosperity : the fallacy that is a strong right to privacy

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), pp. 65-80, Future proofing Australia : the right answers for our future, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter

Australia

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), pp. 293-306, Participation in crime : domestic and comparative perspectives, Farnham, England, B1

chapter

Best interests of neonates : time for a fundamental re-think

Dr Neera Bhatia, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), Vol. 20, pp. 852-865, Journal of law and medicine, Rozelle, N.S.W., C1

journal

An argument for uniform Australian sentencing law

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), Vol. 37, pp. 40-68, Australian bar review, Sydney, N.S.W, C1

journal

Rehabilitating totality in sentencing: from obscurity to principle

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2013), Vol. 36, pp. 139-167, University of New South Wales law journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Injecting content into the mirage that is proportionality in sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), Vol. 25, pp. 411-441, New Zealand universities law review, Wellington, N. Z., C1

journal

Assisted suicide through the prism of the right to life

Prof Danuta Mendelson, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), Vol. 36, pp. 406-418, International journal of law and psychiatry, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The paradox of parity in sentencing in Australia: the pursuit of equal justice that highlights the futility of consistency in sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Athula Pathinayake

(2013), Vol. 77, pp. 399-416, The journal of criminal law, Dalby, Isle of Man, C1

journal

La risoluzione dei conflitti familiari nell’esperienza australiana: la necessità di estendere ulteriormente la mediazione e di ridurre la funzione giudicante delle corti

Prof Danuta Mendelson, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2013), pp. 167-178, Le ragioni degli altri. Mediazione e famiglia tra conflitto e dialogo : una prospettiva comparatistica ed interdisciplinare, Turin, Italy, B1

chapter
2012

Have human rights failed humans? The discord between human prosperity and human rights

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2012), pp. 570-579, Handbook of human rights, London, England, B1

chapter

Humanising animals : civilising people

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Keith Akers

(2012), Sydney, N.S.W., A1

book

Helping real refugees

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2012), pp. 171-184, Right Social Justice : better ways to help the poor, Ballan, Vic., B1

chapter

Mandatory harsh penalties for people smugglers in Australia : time for reform?

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Athula Pathinayake

(2012), Vol. 76, pp. 493-511, Journal of criminal law, Isle of Man, England, C1

journal

The capacity of criminal sanctions to shape the behaviour of offenders : specific deterrence doesn’t work, rehabilitation might and the implications for sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2012), Vol. 36, pp. 159-172, Criminal law journal, Rozelle, N.S.W., C1

journal

The fallacy that is incapacitation : an argument for limiting imprisonment only to sex and violent offenders

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2012), pp. 95-124, Journal of commonwealth criminal law, Surrey, England, C1

journal
2011

Australian sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Richard Edeney

(2011), Pyrmont, N. S. W., A1

book

Uniform evidence law : principles and practice

Peter Faris, Prof Mirko Bagaric, Francine Feld, Brad Johnson

(2011), North Ryde, N.S.W., A1

book

Causation in negligence : from anti-jurisprudence to principle – individual responsibility as the cornerstone for the attribution of liability

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Dr Sharon Erbacher

(2011), Vol. 18, pp. 759-772, Journal of law and medicine, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

The High Court on crime in 2010 : analysis and jurisprudence

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2011), Vol. 35, pp. 5-20, Criminal law journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

(Marginal) general deterrence doesn’t work – and what it means for sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander

(2011), Vol. 35, pp. 269-283, Criminal law journal, Rozelle, N.S.W., C1

journal

The fallacy of general deterrence and the futility of imprisoning offenders for tax fraud

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander, Mr Athula Pathinayake

(2011), Vol. 26, pp. 511-540, Australian tax forum, Sydney N.S.W., C1

journal

Australian human rights law

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Peter Faris, Mr Theo Alexander

(2011), Sydney, N.S.W., A1

book

The illusion that is the right to a fair trial in Australia

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Mr Theo Alexander, Ms Marlene Ebejer

(2011), Vol. 17, pp. 59-90, Australian journal of human rights, Chatswood , N.S.W., C1

journal
2010

The right to an impartial hearing trumps the social imperative of bringing accused to trial even 'down under'

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2010), Vol. 4, pp. 321-339, Criminal law and philosophy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2009

Criminal procedure : Victoria & Commonwealth

A/Prof Ken Arenson, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2009), Chatswood , N.S.W., A1

book
2008

Human Rights Charters in Australia

Peter Faris, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2008), Melbourne, Australia, A1

book
2007

Torture : when the unthinkable is morally permissible

Prof Mirko Bagaric, A/Prof Julie Clarke

(2007), Albany, N.Y., A1

book

Migration and refugee law in Australia

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Kim Boyd, Penny Dimopoulos, Sue Tongue, Mr John Vrachnas

(2007), Port Melbourne, Vic., A1

book

Australian sentencing : principles and practice

Richard Edney, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2007), Port Melbourne, Vic., A1

book

Charter of human rights: more punch than expected?

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Peter Faris

(2007), Vol. 81, pp. 64-68, Law Institute journal, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal
2006

Towards best practice in corporate governance

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2006), Vol. 80, pp. 56-59, Law institute journal, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

International commercial law : principles and practices

A/Prof Julie Clarke, Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill, Richard Edney

(2006), Frenchs Forest, NSW, A1

book

How to live : being happy and dealing with moral dilemmas

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2006), Lanham, Md, A1

book

International sentencing law: in search of a justification and coherent framework

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Dr John Morss

(2006), Vol. 6, pp. 191-255, International criminal law review, Leiden, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The execution of Van Nguyen: an Australian perspective

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2006), Vol. 70, pp. 215-221, Journal of criminal law, Dalby, England, C1

journal

Obesity and the right to sue: would you like fries with that?

Dr Sharon Erbacher, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2006), Vol. 80, pp. 62-65, Law institute journal : the official organ of the Law Institute of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Tortured responses (a reply to our critics): physically persuading suspects is morally preferable to allowing the innocent to be murdered

Prof Mirko Bagaric, A/Prof Julie Clarke

(2006), Vol. 40, pp. 703-737, University of San Francisco law review, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal

The vacuous concept of dignity

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James Allan

(2006), Vol. 5, pp. 257-270, Journal of human rights, London, England, C1

journal
2005

Towards real shareholder participation in contemporary corporate governance

Prof Jean Du Plessis, James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), Vol. 57, pp. 528-533, Keeping good companies, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Principles of contemporary corporate governance

Prof Jean Du Plessis, James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), New York, N.Y., A1

book

Migration and refugee law : principles and practice in Australia

Mr John Vrachnas, Kim Boyd, Prof Mirko Bagaric, Penny Dimopoulos

(2005), Port Melbourne, Vic., A1

book

Privacy law in Australia

Carolyn Doyle, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), Sydney, N.S.W., A1

book

Fat and the law: who should take the blame?

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Dr Sharon Erbacher

(2005), Vol. 12, pp. 323-339, Journal of law and medicine, Pyrmont, NSW, C1

journal

Double jeopardy in Australia: the illusion of an absolute protection and the prosecution process as punishment

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), Vol. 8, pp. 87-110, Canberra law review, Canberra, ACT, C1

journal

Time to curtail summary dismissal in Australia

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), Vol. 56, pp. 30-46, Labor law journal, Chicago, Ill., C1

journal

International human rights law: all show, no go

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Penny Dimopoulos

(2005), Vol. 4, pp. 3-21, Journal of human rights, London, England, C1

journal

Not enough official torture in the world? The circumstances in which torture is morally justifiable

Prof Mirko Bagaric, A/Prof Julie Clarke

(2005), Vol. 39, pp. 581-616, University of San Francisco law review, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal

State sovereignty and migration control: the ultimate act of discrimination?

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Dr John Morss

(2005), Vol. 1, pp. 25-50, Journal of migration and refugee issues, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

The right to privacy: appealing, but flawed

Carolyn Doyle, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), Vol. 9, pp. 3-36, International journal of human rights, London, England, C1

journal

Goodbye justice, hello happiness: welcoming positive psychology to the law

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2005), Vol. 10, pp. 1-26, Deakin law review, Burwood, Vic., C1

journal

The high court and the utility of multiple judgments

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2005), Vol. 1, pp. 13-43, High court quarterly review, South Yarra, Vic., C1

journal

Positive psychology and the demise of defamation

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2005), Vol. 12, pp. 218-233, Psychiatry, psychology and law, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Scientific proof that humans enjoy punishing wrongdoers: The implications for punishment and sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), Vol. 1, pp. 98-110, International journal of punishment and sentencing, South Yarra, Vic., C1

journal

Refugee law: the irrelevance of the framers` intentions

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2005), Vol. 14, pp. 1-18, Nottingham law journal, Nottingham, England, C1

journal

Giving content to the principle of proportionality: happiness and pain as the universal currency for matching offence seriousness and penalty severity

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2005), Vol. 69, pp. 50-74, Journal of criminal law, Dalby, England, C1

journal

If we can't have global democracy, let's all be Americans : injecting principle into the international lawmaking process

Dr John Morss, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2005), Vol. 15, pp. 217-242, Transnational law and contemporary problems, Iowa City, Iowa, C1

journal

Transforming humanitarian intervention from an expedient accident to a categorical imperative

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Dr John Morss

(2005), Vol. 30, pp. 421-452, Brooklyn journal of international law, Brooklyn, N.Y., C1

journal
2004

Moving from voluntary euthanasia to non-voluntary euthanasia: equality and compassion

Kumar Amarasekara, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 17, pp. 398-423, Ratio juris: an international journal of jurisprudence and philosophy of law, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Illusions of disunity dispelling perceptions of division in high court decision making

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2004), Vol. 78, pp. 36-41, Law Institute journal, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Criminal responsibility based on complicity among corporate officers

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 16, pp. 172-185, Australian journal of corporate law, Belconnen, A.C.T., C1

journal

Superannuation and the ageing myth

Mr Rami Hanegbi, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 3, pp. 18-27, Journal of law and financial management, Macquarie University, NSW, C1

journal

The evolution of sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Richard Edney

(2004), Vol. 78, pp. 38-41, Law institute journal, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Discrimination as the touchstone of persecution in refugee law

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Penny Dimopoulos

(2004), Vol. 32, pp. 303-331, International journal of the sociology of law, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The indigenous art market: a roadmap to a more equitable and efficient system

Prof Ruth Rentschler, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 6, pp. 11-14, Indigenous law bulletin, Sydney, NSW, C1

journal

Ambiguities and inconsistencies in relation to the obligations of proxies under corporations law: a model for reform

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 1, pp. 109-133, University of New England law journal, Armidale, NSW, C1

journal

The sentencing advisory commission and the hope of smarter sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Richard Edney

(2004), Vol. 16, pp. 125-139, Current issues in criminal justice, Sydney, NSW, C1

journal

Disloyality and divorce: why (and when) the traitor should pay

Ms Eithne Mary Mills, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 18, pp. 69-91, Australian journal of family law, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Why all directors should be shareholders in the company: the case against "independence"

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 16, pp. 40-65, Bond law review, Gold Coast, Qld., C1

journal

The disunity of employment law and sentencing

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 68, pp. 329-355, Journal of criminal law, Dalby, England, C1

journal

Super Blooper? Time to halt the superannuation juggernaut?

Mr Rami Hanegbi, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 32, pp. 345-361, Australian business law review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Towards manadatory shareholder committees in Australian companies

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2004), Vol. 28, pp. 125-168, Melbourne University law review, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal
2003

Why wrongful birth actions are right

Penny Dimopoulos, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 11, pp. 230-238, Journal of law and medicine, North Ryde, N.S.W., C1

journal

The right to privacy and corporations

Carolyn Doyle, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 31, pp. 237-250, Australian business law review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

The right to convert exploration licences to mining leases in Australia: a proposed national uniform model

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 21, pp. 241-251, Journal of energy and natural resources law, London, England, C1

journal

The Australian Constitution: A century of irrelevance

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2003), Vol. 21, pp. 89-110, University of Tasmania law review, Hobart, Tas., C1

journal

The War in Iraq: the illusion of international law? Where to now?

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2003), Vol. 8, pp. 147-183, Deakin law review, Burwood, Vic., C1

journal

Embryonic stem cell research: the principal ethical issue-when does life begin?

Prof Mirko Bagaric, James McConvill

(2003), Vol. 12, pp. 1-19, Nottingham law journal, Nottingham, England, C1

journal

The desirability of criminal penalties for breaches of part IV of the trade practices act

A/Prof Julie Clarke, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 31, pp. 191-210, Australian business law review, North Ryde, N.S.W., C1

journal

Legal ethics is (just) normal ethics: towards a coherent system of legal ethics

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Penny Dimopoulos

(2003), Vol. 3, pp. 367-396, Queensland University of Technology law and justice journal, Brisbane, Qld, C1

journal

The moral status of wrongful life claims

Penny Dimopoulos, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 32, pp. 35-64, Common law world review, Sark, Channel Islands, C1

journal

Expanding criminal sanctions for corporate crimes-deprivation of right to work and cancellation of education qualifications

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Prof Jean Du Plessis

(2003), Vol. 21, pp. 7-25, Company and securities law, North Ryde, N.S.W., C1

journal

The shifting meaning of persecution in the Australian refugee law: How much must one suffer to be deserving of asylum?

Penny Dimopoulos, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 15, pp. 302-317, Bond law review, Gold Coast, Qld., C1

journal

Provocation: the ongoing subservience of principle to tradition

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 67, pp. 237-256, Journal of criminal law, Dalby, England, C1

journal

Refugee law: time for a fundamental re-think: need as the criterion for assistance

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Penny Dimopoulos

(2003), Vol. 9, pp. 257-282, Canterbury law review, Christchurch, N.Z., C1

journal

What's instinct got to do with it? A blueprint for a coherent approach to punishing criminals

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Richard Edney

(2003), Vol. 27, pp. 119-141, Criminal law journal, Sydney, NSW, C1

journal

Macleod and the offence of defrauding the company in one-person businesses: the divergence between legal principle and logic widens

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2003), Vol. 16, pp. 53-64, Australian journal of corporate law, Belconnen, A.C.T., C1

journal
2002

Understanding evidence

A/Prof Ken Arenson, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Chatswood, N.S.W., A1

book

After three strikes-the continued discriminatory impact of the sentencing system against indigenous Australians: suggested reform

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 26, pp. 279-292, Criminal law journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Home truths about home detention

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 66, pp. 425-443, Journal of criminal law, Dalby, England, C1

journal

Bribery and networking: Is there a difference?

Leigh Johns, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 7, pp. 159-171, Deakin law review, Geelong, Vic., C1

journal

A utilitarian argument: laying the foundation for a coherent system of law

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 10, pp. 163-180, Otago law review, Dunedin, N.Z., C1

journal

Euthanasia: why it doesn`t matter (much) what the doctor thinks and why there is no suggestion that doctors should have a duty to kill

Prof Mirko Bagaric, Kumar Amarasekara

(2002), Vol. 10, pp. 221-231, Journal of law and medicine, North Ryde, N.S.W, C1

journal

Related party transactions under Pt 2E of the corporations act: time for reconsideration

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 15, pp. 19-34, Australian journal of corporate law, Belconnen, A.C.T., C1

journal

The vacuousness of rights in the euthanasia debate

Kumar Amarasekara, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 6, pp. 19-44, International journal of human rights, London, England, C1

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The Kuhse-Singer euthanasia survey: why it fails to undermine the slippery slope argument - comparing apples and apples

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 9, pp. 229-241, European journal of health law, Dordrecht, Netherlands, C1

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Euthanasia, morality and the law

Kumar Amarasekara, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), New York, N.Y., A1

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What sort of mandatory penalties should we have?

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 23, pp. 113-140, Adelaide law review, Adelaide, SA, C1

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The yoking of unconscionability and unjust enrichment in Australia

James McConvill, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2002), Vol. 7, pp. 225-260, Deakin law review, Geelong, Vic., C1

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The solution to the dilemma presented by the guilty plea discount : the qualified guilty plea - I'm pleading guilty only because of the discount..."

Prof Mirko Bagaric, A/Prof Julie Clarke

(2002), Vol. 30, pp. 51-74, International journal of the sociology of law, London, England, C1

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2001

Punishment and sentencing : a rational approach

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2001), Sydney, N.S.W. ; London, England, A1

book

Non-similar fact propensity evidence: admissibility, dangers and jury directions

Geoffrey Flatman, Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2001), Vol. 75, pp. 190-205, Australian law journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

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New criminal sanctions-inflicting pain through the denial of employment and education

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2001), pp. 184-204, Criminal law review, London, England, C1

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2000

Double punishment and punishing character: The unfairness of prior convictions

Prof Mirko Bagaric

(2000), Vol. 19, pp. 10-28, Criminal justice ethics, Oxford, Eng., C1-1

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