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Publications:  Dr Caroline Morris

MORRIS CS, Wilks-Heeg S(2018). "‘Reports of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated’: The Continuing Role and Relevance of Election Petitions in Challenging Election Results in the UK". Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy
10.1089/elj.2018.0510
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/46683
MORRIS CS(2018). Party-hopping deja-vu: changing politics, changing law in New Zealand 1999-2018. Public Law Review
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/46032
MORRIS CS(2018). Attempting constitutional reform on the island microjurisdiction of Alderney. Common Law World Review
10.1177/1473779518776212
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/38204
MORRIS CS(2014). Referendums in Oceania. Referendums around the World: the continued growth of democracy, Palgrave
MORRIS CS(2012). From ‘arms, malice, and menacing’ to the courts: disputed elections and the reform of the election petitions system. Legal Studies vol. 32, (2) 226-254.
10.1111/j.1748-121X.2011.00215.x
Morris C(2012). Parliamentary Elections, Representation and the Law. Hart Publishing (UK)
MORRIS CS(2012). Arms Malice Elections. Legal Studies
Morris C, Murphy C(2011). Getting a PhD in Law. Hart Pub
Morris C(2011). Reconstituting the Constitution. Editors: Morris, C, Butler, P, Boston, J, Springer
MORRIS CS(2011). Misbehaving Members of Parliament and How to Deal with Them. Reconstituting the Constitution, Editors: Boston, J, Butler, P, Morris, C, Springer (Berlin, Heidelberg),
MORRIS CS(2011). “To be or not to be (on TV): the SNP’s challenge to the BBC”. King’s Law Journal vol. 22, (1) 119-128.
MORRIS CS (2010). The role, nature and reform of the law regulating Westminster parliamentary candidacy and membership. Supervisors: BLACKBURN, R, EWING, K, Presented at: King's College London,
MORRIS CS(2008). "Conceptualising Candidate Selection in the Courts: where to after Watt v Ahsan?”. Public Law vol. n/a, (Autumn) 415-429.
MORRIS CS(2007). “Evans v United Kingdom: Paradigms of Parenting”. The Modern Law Review vol. 70, (6) 992-1002.
MORRIS CS(2006). Direct democracy in Asia. Direct democracy in Asia, Editors: Huang, Z,
MORRIS CS(2005). “A Dunne Deal? Politicians, the Media, and the Courts”. Political Science vol. 57, (2) 55-64.
MORRIS CS(2005). “‘A Mean Hard Place’? Law Students Tell it As it is”. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review vol. 36, (2) 197-228.
MORRIS CS(2004). “Improving our democracy or a fraud on the community? A closer look at New Zealand’s Citizens Initiated Referenda Act 1993”. Statute Law Review (25) 116-135.
MORRIS CS(2004). “On Becoming (and Remaining) a Member of Parliament”. Public Law vol. 2004, 11-21.
MORRIS CS, MALONE R(2004). “Regulations Review in the New Zealand Parliament”. Macquarie Law Journal vol. 4, 7-31.
MORRIS CS, Geddis A(2004). “‘All Is Changed, Changed Utterly?’ — Or, The Causes And Consequences Of New Zealand's Adoption Of MMP”. Federal Law Review vol. 32, (3) 451-478.
MORRIS CS(2002). Roles and perspectives in the law. Roles and perspectives in the law, Editors: Richardson, ILM, LLM, DC, Victoria University Press
MORRIS CS(2002). “Drugs, the Law, and Technology: Posing Some Problems in the Workplace”. New Zealand Universities Law Review vol. 20, (1) 1-39.
MORRIS CS(2002). “Remember the Ladies: a feminist perspective on Bills of Rights”. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review vol. 33&34, 451-466.
MORRIS CS(1998). “Technology and the Legal Discourse of Fetal Autonomy”. UCLA Women's Law Journal vol. 8, 47-97.
MORRIS CS(1996). “An Investigation into Gender Bias in the Employment Institutions”. New Zealand Journal of Industrial Relations vol. 21, 67-90.
MORRIS CS(1995). “The Governor-General, the reserve powers, Parliament and MMP: a new era”. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review vol. 25, (3) 345-372.
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