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Dr Sue Farran
Exploring the Engagement of Pacific Island Judges with the convention on the Rights of the Child2021
Dr Sue Farran
Professor Rhona Smith
Graffiti in a time of Covid-19: spray paint and the law2021
Dr Sue Farran
Professor Rhona Smith
The ‘Pacific way’ of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic2021
Dr Sue Farran
The Significance of Sea-level Rise for the Continuation of States and the Identity of their People2021
Dr Sue Farran
Torres Straits Islanders lead the way in legislating for Kupai Omasker in the Pacific2021
Dr Sue Farran
A new lease of life for Donatio Mortis Causa?2020
Dr Sue Farran
Are environmental charities getting their feet wet when they lobby for marine protection around remote islands?2020
Dr Sue Farran
Balancing livelihoods with environmental protection: A case study from Fiji2020
Dr Sue Farran
Environmental Law in a Context of Legal Pluralism2020
Dr Sue Farran
Legislating for customary land tenure: A comparative query2020
Dr Sue Farran
The Chagos Marine Protected Area2020
Dr Sue Farran
Introduction2019
Dr Sue Farran
Marine Protected Areas and Indigenous Rights2019
Dr Sue Farran
Redrawing the Law's Definition of Property in the Light of Contemporary Use of Urban Surfaces2019
Dr Sue Farran
The Place of Law in the 'Blue Pacific' Agenda2019
Dr Sue Farran
Adoption in Tonga2018
Dr Sue Farran
Chagos and the ICJ – The Marine Protected Area [The Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on The Chagos Archipelago: An Anticipatory Analysis (Part I, II & III)]2018
Dr Sue Farran
Intellectual Property Consequences of Commercial Relations with Small States: A View from the Pacific2018
Dr Sue Farran
Is marine protection compatible with the right to economic development in Pacific Island States?2018
Dr Sue Farran
Learning from Chagos, Lessons for Pitcairn2018
Dr Sue Farran
Redrawing the Taxonomy of Property Law in the Light of Contemporary Use of Urban Surfaces2018
Dr Sue Farran
Regulating the environment for blue-green economy in plural legal states: a view from the Pacific2018
Dr Sue Farran
The Law on Adoption in Vanuatu2018
Dr Sue Farran
The Plural Practice of Adoption in Pacific Island States2018
Dr Sue Farran
Who are you if you lose your island?2018
Dr Sue Farran
Professor Rhona Smith
The Case of John Hudson December 1783, trial of John Hudson2017
Dr Sue Farran
At the edges and on the margins: hearing the voices on young people in South Pacific Island countries2016
Dr Sue Farran
Developing legislation to formalise customary land management: deep legal pluralism or a shallow veneer?2016
Dr Sue Farran
Graffiti artists and guerilla gardeners: challenging our understandings of Property Law2016
Dr Sue Farran
Introduction2016
Dr Sue Farran
Introduction2016
Dr Sue Farran
Professor Rhona Smith
Introduction2016
Dr Sue Farran
Understanding Gender Inequality Actions in the Pacific: Ethnographic Case-studies and Policy Options. Final Report2016
Professor Rhona Smith
Dr Sue Farran
When is a Child not a Child and Other Questions - A Commonwealth-wide Overview2016
Dr Sue Farran
A new dawn for human rights in Fiji? Learning from comparative lessons2015
Dr Sue Farran
Gender, Equality and Pacific Island Countries with Particular Focus on Domestic Violence2015
Dr Sue Farran
Human rights perspective on protection of traditional knowledge and intellectual property: A view from island states in the Pacific2015
Dr Sue Farran
Introduction2015
Dr Sue Farran
Pacific punch: Tropical flavors of mixedness in the island Republic of Vanuatu2015
Dr Sue Farran
The Diffusion of Law: The Movement of Laws and Norms Around the World2015
Dr Sue Farran
Weaving Intellectual Property Policy in Small Island Developing States2015
Dr Sue Farran
A bundle of sticks in my garden2014
Dr Sue Farran
A Study of Mixed Legal Systems: Endangered, Entrenched or Blended2014
Dr Sue Farran
Aid, trade and taboo: The place of indigenous traditional knowledge in development strategies: A Pacific perspective2014
Dr Sue Farran
Child adoption: A dilemma in a plural legal system: A critical comment on recent case law2014
Dr Sue Farran
Outwith the law in Samoa and Tonga2014
Dr Sue Farran
Scotland: 'Is the tartan fading?'2014
Dr Sue Farran
'That plant is my ancestor': dilemmas for intellectual property in developing countries, food security and Pacific Island countries2014
Dr Sue Farran
The challenges to human rights posed by threats to food security in the Pacific Islands2014
Dr Sue Farran
Timber extraction in Solomon Islands: Too much, too fast; too little, too late2014
Dr Sue Farran
Intellectual property and food security in least developed countries2013
Dr Sue Farran
The "age of empire": again?2013
Dr Sue Farran
Children of the Pacific: Giving effect to Article 3 UNCRC in small island states2012
Dr Sue Farran
Navigating between traditional land tenure and introduced land laws in Pacific island states2011
Dr Sue Farran
Law, land, development and narrative: A case-study from the South Pacific2010
Dr Sue Farran
Pacific perspectives: Fa'afafine and fakaleiti in Samoa and Tonga: People between worlds2010
Dr Sue Farran
Human Rights in the South Pacific: Challenges and Changes2009
Dr Sue Farran
Palm tree justice? The role of comparative law in the South Pacific2009
Dr Sue Farran
Fragmenting land and the laws that govern it2008
Dr Sue Farran
Exploring the Interfaces between Contract Law and Property Law: A UK Comparative Approach2006
Dr Sue Farran
Is legal pluralism an obstacle to human rights? Considerations from the South Pacific2006
Dr Sue Farran
Sand, fish and sea: A legal reflection on islands - From Orkney to Vanuatu2006
Dr Sue Farran
Criminal law and Fa'afafine and Fakaleiti in the South Pacific2005
Dr Sue Farran
South Pacific Property Law2004
Dr Sue Farran
Making waves and breaking the mould in civil procedure in the Pacific: The new civil procedure rules of Vanuatu2002
Dr Sue Farran
Law in the Pacific: Implications of jurisdictional, cultural and ethnic diversity for the teaching of law1997