Emma Cunliffe
TitleCited byYear
Admissibility compared: the reception of incriminating expert evidence (ie, forensic science) in four adversarial jurisdictions
G Edmond, S Cole, E Cunliffe, A Roberts
U. Denv. Crim. L. Rev. 3, 31, 2013
282013
Model forensic science
G Edmond, B Found, K Martire, K Ballantyne, D Hamer, R Searston, ...
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 48 (5), 496-537, 2016
272016
Criminal Law and Procedure: Cases and Materials, 11th edition
K Roach, B Berger, E Cunliffe, J Stribopoulos
Emond Publishing, 2015
25*2015
Murder, medicine and motherhood
E Cunliffe
MURDER, MEDICINE AND MOTHERHOOD, Hart Publishing, 2011
252011
Writing the circle: Judicially convened sentencing circles and the textual organization of criminal justice
E Cunliffe, A Cameron
Can. J. Women & L. 19, 1, 2007
192007
Judging, fast and slow: using decision-making theory to explore judicial fact determination
E Cunliffe
The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 18 (2), 139-180, 2014
172014
(This Is Not A) Story: Using Court Records to Explore Judicial Narratives in R v Kathleen Folbigg
E Cunliffe
Australian Feminist Law Journal 27 (1), 71-95, 2007
132007
Infanticide: Legislative History and Current Questions
E Cunliffe
Crim. LQ 55, 94, 2009
12*2009
Gaitkeeping in Canada: Mis-Steps in Assessing the Reliability of Expert Testimony’(2014)
E Cunliffe, G Edmond
Canadian Bar Review 92, 327, 0
11
Without fear or favour? Trends and possibilities in the Canadian approach to expert human behaviour evidence
E Cunliffe
The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 10 (4), 280-315, 2006
10*2006
Evidence: A Canadian Casebook
H Stewart, B Berger, E Cunliffe, R Murphy, S Penney
Emond Publishing, 2016
92016
A little ignorance is a dangerous thing: engaging with exogenous knowledge not adduced by the parties
G Edmond, D Hamer, E Cunliffe
Griffith Law Review 25 (3), 383-413, 2016
72016
Gaitkeeping in Canada: Mis-Steps in assessing the reliability of expert testimony
E Cunliffe, G Edmond
Can. B. Rev. 92, 327, 2013
72013
Open justice: Concepts and judicial approaches
E Cunliffe
Federal Law Review 40 (3), 385, 2012
72012
A Little Ignorance is a Dangerous Thing: Engaging with Exogenous Knowledge Not Adduced by the Parties’(2016)
G Edmond, D Hamer, E Cunliffe
Griffith Law Review 25, 383, 0
7
Cinderella story: the social production of a forensic science
G Edmond, E Cunliffe
J. Crim. L. & Criminology 106, 219, 2016
62016
Independence, reliability and expert testimony in criminal trials
E Cunliffe
Australian journal of forensic sciences 45 (3), 284-295, 2013
52013
Cinderella Story? The Social Production of a Forensic ‘Science’”(2016) 106
G Edmond, E Cunliffe
J Crim L & Criminology 2, 219, 0
5
Cinderella Story: The Social Production of a Forensic “Science”’(2016)
G Edmond, E Cunliffe
Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 106, 219, 0
5
Women and wrongful convictions: concepts and challenges
D Parkes, E Cunliffe
International Journal of Law in Context 11 (3), 219-244, 2015
32015
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