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Connors, Libby (2012) Distant and disinterested: oversight of northern policing as Colonial Office policy in the 1840s and 1850s. Australia and New Zealand Law and History E-Journal, Refereed Paper No 3 . pp. 78-95.
Connors, Libby (2012) Women, children and violence in aboriginal law: some perspectives from the southeast Queensland frontier. In: Kirkby, Diane, (ed.) Past law, present histories. Australia and New Zealand School of Government . ANU E Press, Canberra, Australia, pp. 125-136. ISBN 9781922144027
Hemming, Andrew (2011) Prediction of the risk of continuing violence to women through inadequate sentencing of male offenders from Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory. Northern Territory Law Journal, 1 (6). pp. 305-328. ISSN 1038-9237
Connors, Libby (2009) A hanging, a hostage drama and several homicides: why sovereignty in 1859 is problematic. Queensland History Journal, 20 (12). pp. 716-727. ISSN 1447-1345
Connors, Libby (2005) Indigenous resistance and traditional leadership: understanding and interpreting Dundalli. Queensland History Journal, 19 (3). pp. 701-712. ISSN 1447-1345
Connors, Libby (2005) Traditional law and indigenous resistance at Moreton Bay 1842-1855. Australia and New Zealand Law and History E-Journal . pp. 107-117. ISSN 1177-3170
Mortensen, Reid (2001) Interpreting a sacred landscape: Aboriginal religion and the law in Australia in the 1990s. In: Caparros, Ernest and Christians, Louis-Leon, (eds.) La religion en droit compare a l'aube du XXIe siecle (Religion in comparative law at the dawn of the 21st century). Bruylant, Brussells, Belgium, pp. 281-306. ISBN 2 8027 1387 6