Publications

Books

  • Danielle Ireland-Piper and Leon Wolf (eds.) Global Governance and Regulation: Order and Disorder (Routledge, 2018).
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, Accountability in Extraterritoriality: An International and Comparative Constitutional Law Perspective (Edward Elgar, 2017).

 Book Chapters

  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Extraterritorial Jurisdiction and the Cosmopolitan State’, in Richard Beardsworth, Garret Brown and Richard Shapcott (Eds.), The State and Cosmopolitan Responsibilities (Oxford University Press, 2019).
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Nationality and Extraterritoriality: A Disordered Paradigm’, Chapter 7 in Danielle Ireland-Piper and Leon Wolf (eds.) Global Governance and Regulation: Order and Disorder Routledge, 2018).
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper and Leon Wolff, ‘Introduction’, Chapter 1 in Danielle Ireland-Piper and Leon Wolf (eds.) Global Governance and Regulation: Order and Disorder Routledge, 2018).
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Responsible international citizenry in the Asian century – why failure to meet international obligations adversely affects Australia’s national interest’, Ch 16 in John Farrar, Mary Hiscock and Vai lo Lo (eds), Australia’s Trade, Investment and Security in the Asian Century (World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 2015).

 Peer-reviewed journal articles

  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Outdated and Unhelpful: The Problem with the Comity Principle and the Act of State Doctrine‘ (2018) 24 Australian International Law Journal 15.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Teaching Public Law in a Comparative Paradigm: Virtues and Vices’ (2018) 53(1) The Law Teacher.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper and Jonathan Crowe ‘Whistleblowing, National Security and the Constitutional Freedom of Political Communication’ (2018) 46 Federal Law Review.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper and Kim Weinert, ‘Is there a ‘’right’’ to sport?’ (2014) Sports Law E-Journal.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘The Enrica Lexie and St. Antony: A voyage into jurisdictional conflict’ (2014) 14 (2) QUT Law Review.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Prosecutions of extraterritorial criminal conduct and the abuse of rights doctrine’ (2013) 9(4) Utrecht Law Review.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Development through Sport: Fans and Critics’ (2013) Sports Law E-Journal .
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Abuse of Process in Cross Border Cases: Moti v The Queen’ (2012) 12 (2) QUT Law & Justice.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Extraterritorial Criminal Jurisdiction: Does the Long Arm of the Law Undermine the Rule of Law?’ (2012) 13(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 122.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Institutional Dichotomies: The Solicitor-General in Sri Lanka’ (2011) Bond Law Review.
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, ‘Extraterritoriality and Sexual Offences Outside Australia’ (2010) Bond Law Review.

 Written Submissions to Parliamentary Inquiries

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