Links, publications and resources
See also - An LTRK resource page on the Government's Green Paper on Justice and Security
- LTRK submission to the JCHR's Legislative Scrutiny of the Justice and Security Bill, Dr L McNamara, (28 June 2012).
- Terrorism & Security Research in the UK - Event summary and notes for researchers, Dr L McNamara (summary with links and useful notes on speakers and presentations at the research training event: Terrorism & Security Research in the UK: Using and Understanding Legal Resources).
- 'Judicial Perspectives on Open Justice and Security', McNamara, L., Justice Wide Open (Ed. Judith Townend), (20 June 2012).
- 'The Justice and Security Bill will make secrecy the norm', McNmara, L., Index on Censorship Free Speech Blog, (1 June 2012)
- 'Security trumps justice again', McNamara, L. Guardian online, (16 May 2012).
- 'Open Justice and Secret Justice: National Security and Law Reform in the UK', Gazette of Law & Journalism, 11 April 2012.
- ''How will we even know if a closed judgment exists?', McNamara, L., Guardian online, (4 April 2012).
- 'Lord Neuberger's seven principles empower judges to speak', McNamara L., Guardian.co.uk (16 March 2012)
- LTRK Supplemental Submission to the JCHR Inquiry into the Justice and Security Green Paper, McNamara, L. (9 Feb 2012)
- LTRK Submission to the JCHR Inquiry on the Government's Green Paper on Justice and Security, McNamara, L., (20 Jan 2012)
- LTRK Response to the Government's Green Paper on Justice and Security, Lawrence McNamara & Sam McIntosh (6 Jan 2012)
- "Journalists' Shield Laws: What Lies Ahead?" Lawrence McNamara & Sam McIntosh, (2010) Gazette of Law & Journalism (4 Dec 2010)
- "Confidential Sources and the Legal Rights of Journalists: Re-thinking Australian Approaches to Law Reform" L McNamara & S McIntosh, (2010) Australian Journalism Review, (2010) July
- "Proxies for the Authorities? Using Media Information in the Investigation and Prosecution of Terrorism Offences", Lawrence McNamara, in Andrew Lynch, Nicola MCGarrity & George Williams (eds), Counter-Terrorism and Beyond: The Culture of Law & Justice After 9/11 (Routledge, 2010).
- "Anti-Terrorism Laws and the Australian Media", Lawrence McNamara, (2009) Gazette of Law & Journalism
- "Counter-Terrorism Laws: How They Affect Media Freedom and News Reporting", Lawrence McNamara, (2009) 6(1) Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture 27-45.
- "Closure, Caution and the Question of Chilling: How Have Australian Counter-Terrorism Laws Affected the Media?", Lawrence McNamara, (2009) 14 Media & Arts Law Review 1-30.
- "Counter-Terrorism Laws and the Media: National Security and the Control of Information", Lawrence McNamara, (Spring 2009) 5(3) Security Challenges 95-115.
Project related web resources
The Rendition Project A collaborative research project between Dr Ruth Blakeley at the University of Kent and Dr Sam Raphael at Kingston University. Working closely with Reprieve, a UK based legal action charity which has led the way in investigating secret prisons and representing victims of rendition and torture, the Rendition Project aims to bring together and analyse the huge amount of data in the public domain on the global rendition system.
Gilbert Tobin Centre of Public Law, Australia - Terrorism & Law resource page
Institute for Public Policy Research - Commission on National Security in the 21st Century