Fleur Johns
Fleur Johns
Professor of Law, UNSW Australia
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Guantanamo Bay and the Annihilation of the Exception
F Johns
European Journal of International Law 16 (4), 613-635, 2005
The invisibility of the transnational corporation: an analysis of international law and legal theory
F Johns
Melb. UL Rev. 19, 893, 1993
Non-legality in international law: unruly law
F Johns
Cambridge University Press, 2013
Australian law dictionary
L Abbott, J Anderson, DK Anton, K Baker, J Barnes, G Barton, TG Beale, ...
Oxford University Press, 2010
Events: The force of international law
F Johns, R Joyce, S Pahuja
Routledge, 2010
The Mekong: A socio-legal approach to river basin development
B Boer, P Hirsch, F Johns, B Saul, N Scurrah
Routledge, 2015
Performing party autonomy
F Johns
Law and contemporary problems 71 (3), 243-271, 2008
Global governance through the pairing of list and algorithm
F Johns
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34 (1), 126-149, 2016
Data, Detection, and the Redistribution of the Sensible in International Law
F Johns
American Journal of International Law 111 (1), 1-47, 2017
Guantánamo Bay and the Annihilation of the Exception’(2005)
F Johns
European Journal of International Law 16, 613, 0
International legal personality
F Johns
Routledge/Ashgate, 2017
Financing as governance
F Johns
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 31 (2), 391-415, 2011
On failing forward: Neoliberal legality in the Mekong River Basin
F Johns
Cornell Int'l LJ 48, 347, 2015
Law and the Mekong River Basin: A Socio-Legal Research Agenda on the Role of Hard and Soft Law in Regulating the Transboundary Water Resources
F Johns, B Saul, P Hirsch, T Stephens
Melb. J. Int'l L. 11, 154, 2010
Performing power: The deal, corporate rule, and the constitution of global legal order
F Johns
Journal of Law and Society 34 (1), 116-138, 2007
On writing dangerously [Edited version of the keynote address delivered at the Annual Postgraduate Research Conference of the University of Sydney Faculty of Law (5th: 2003 …
F Johns
Sydney Law Review, The 26 (4), 473-480, 2004
The madness of migration: Disquiet in the international law relating to refugees
F Johns
International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 27 (6), 587-607, 2004
From Planning to Prototypes: New Ways of Seeing Like a State
F Johns
The Modern Law Review 82 (5), 2019
The temporal rivalries of human rights
F Johns
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 23 (1), 39-60, 2016
Human rights in the High Court of Australia, 1976-2003: the righting of Australian law?
FE Johns
Federal Law Review 33 (2), 287-331, 2005
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