Professor Abdul Paliwala - Complete Bibliography

Professor Abdul Paliwala: Complete Bibliography

Books and Thesis

A History of Legal Informatics (ed) University of Zaragoza Press, Zaragoza (2010)

Effective Learning and Teaching in Law (ed. With Burridge, Hinett & Varnava) Kogan Page, 2002.

Law and Crisis in the Third World. With S. Adelman ed (1993) African Discourse Series. Hans Zell, London.

Information Technology in Legal Education: A Resourcebook. CTILaw Technology Centre 1992

Nuclear Weapons, the Peace Movement and the Law , with J. Dewar, M. Ruete and S. Picciotto (eds.) Macmillan 1986 (251 pages).

An Introduction to Law in Papua New Guinea with D. Chalmers, Law Book Co., Sydney, 1st ed. 1977, 2nd ed. 1983 (This was a completed revised and extended edition) (236 pages).

Appeals by the Prosecution against Sentences and Acquittals: A Survey of the Situation in some Commonwealth Countries (with J. Cottrell) Commonwealth Secretariat, London 1982 (47 pages).

Law and Social Change in Papua New Guinea ed. with D. Weisbrot and A. Sawyerr, Butterworths, Sydney, 1982 (319 pages).

Public Enterprise and Law in Tanzania ed. with I. Shivji and A. Lyall. Special Issue, Eastern Africa Law Review, 1972 (150 pages).

Habitual Residence in Private International Law Ph.D. Thesis 1972

Reports

BILETA Report into Information Technology and Legal Education 1987 Law Technology Centre for UK Law Schools, Warwick. (Member of Committee of Inquiry)

The Second BILETA Report into Information Technology and Legal Education 1996 Law Technology Centre for UK Law Schools, Warwick. (Member of Committee of Inquiry)

Democratisation and Human Rights in Malawi 1995-7 . Inception Report 1995, Project Report 1997 (On behalf of the European Union).

Computers in Legal Practice Teaching: Progress Report for UGC/Computer Board Group on the Joint Computer Teaching Initiative, October 1987 (31 pages).

"The role of technology in the education of barristers and solicitors" Submission to the Joint Committee of the Law Society and Senate of the Inns of Court on the Legal Profession 1987 (12 pages).

Book Chapters

"Writing by Firelight: Constructing an Enduring Consciousness of Postcoloniality" in Buchanan, R., Motha, S. and Pahuja, S. eds. Reading Modern Law: Critical Methodologies and Sovereign Formations London: Taylor & Francis Books (2012).

"Regulating Cyberspace: Modes of Production, Modes of Regulation and Modes of Resistance" in Ali, S, Griffith, A. and Hellum, A. From transnational relations to transnational laws Emerging counter- hegemonic discourses and practices London: Ashgate, London (2011).

"The Governance of Cyberspace: Between Security and Freedom" in Kleve, P. and Noortwijk P. eds. Essays in Honour of Professor Richard de Mulder 2011.

"Introduction: A History of Legal Informatics" in A. Paliwala ed. A History of Legal Informatics Zaragoza: University of Zaragoza Press (2010, 11-20).

"Socrates and Confucius: A long history of information technology in legal education" in A. Paliwala ed. A History of Legal Informatics Zaragoza: University of Zaragoza Press (2010, 225-254).

"Regulating Cyberspace: Modes of Production, Modes of Regulation and Modes of Resistance" in Ali, S, Griffith, A. and Hellum, A. From transnational relations to transnational laws Emerging counter- hegemonic discourses and practices London: Ashgate, London (in press).

"Debt, Structural Adjustment and Poverty Reduction" in Crane P and Conaghan D eds Oxford Companion to Law Oxford University Press 2008.

"Governance and the Rule of Law" in Crane P and Conaghan D eds Oxford Companion to Law Oxford University Press 2008.

"Information Technology in Legal Education" in Crane P and Conaghan D eds Oxford Companion to Law Oxford University Press 2008.

"Digital Divide" in Encyclopaedia of Globalization (ed. Roland Robertson). London: Routledge, 2006.

"Legal E-Learning in Network Society" Sjoberg C and Wahlgren P. 2006. Festskrift til Peter Seipel. Norsteds Juridik. Stockholm. Pp427-445 2-3

"Pedagogy in e-Learning Development: Some Lessons from History" in A. Vedder ed. Ann het werk met ICT in het academisch onderwijs (Information Technology in Legal Education). RechtenOnline: Nijmegen 2004, 27-37.

"Iolis: The story of a Learning Resource for UK Law Schools" in A. Vedder ed. (above) 61-75.

"Social Cohesion, Access and Interconnection in Electronic Communication Networks" In F. Galindo and R. Traunmuller eds. E-Government: Legal, Technical and Pedagogical Aspects. University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, 2003, 81-92.

"Negotiating the Learning Process with Electronic Resources" with P. Maharg in R. Burridge et al eds. Effective Learning and Teaching in Law. Kogan-Page: London. 2002, 81-104.

"Space, Time and (e)Motions of Learning" in R. Burridge et al (above) 184-204.

"Privatisation in Developing Countries: The Governance Issue" in J. Faundez et al eds. Governance, Development and Globalisation. Blackstone, London 2000, 209-226.

"Leila's working day: one of the futures of legal education". In A. Kinahan ed. Now and Then: A celebration of Sweet and Maxwell's bicentenary 1999. Sweet & Maxwell, London.

"Artificial Blue and Deep Intelligence" in A. Oskamp et al eds. Legal Knowledge Based Systems: Jurix '97. Foundation for Legal Knowledge Based Systems, Nijmegen 1998, 101.

"Racial Meanings and Identities: UK policies towards refugees and Europeanisation of immigration control" in P. Fitzpatrick ed, Law, nation and identity Dartmouth 1994.

"Law and Development in Crisis" with S. Adelman in S. Adelman and A. Paliwala eds Law and Crisis in the Third World 1-26. Also presented as Conference paper at Commonwealth Legal Education Association Conference, Bangalore, June 1993.

"Family transformation and family law: Some African developments in financial support on relationship breakdown". In S. Adelman & A. Paliwala eds. Law and Crisis in the Third World 1993, 270-300, also presented at Nairobi Conference on Law and Development 1991.

"The black Numbers Game? Some issues in contemporary United Kingdom Immigration Law and Policy" In G. Weick ed. National and European Law on the threshold to the Single Market Frankfurt: Peter Lang 1993, pp 105-157.

"Personal and Political Influences in Legal Education: Dar es Salaam 1971-72" in I. Shivji, ed. The Limits of Legal Radicalism University of Dar-es-Salaam 1986, pp. 48-62.

"Peace Protest, the State's Response and the Law" in J. Dewar et al Nuclear Weapons, the Peace Movement and the Law Macmillan 1986, pp. 139-158.

"Changing Society through Law: An Introduction" (co-author) in Law and Social Change in Papua New Guinea 3-12.

"Law and Order in the Village: The Village Courts" in Law and Social Change in Papua New Guinea -above, pp. 191-219.

"Law and Order in the Village: Papua New Guinea's Village Courts" in C. Sumner (ed.) Crime, Justice and Underdevelopment, Heinemann 1981, pp. 192-228. (This is an earlier version of the Chapter in Law and Social Change in PNG.)

"Legal Publishing in Papua New Guinea: Severing the Colonial Link" in W. Twining and J. Uglow (eds.) Legal Literature in Small Jurisdictions, Commonwealth Secretariat and Canadian Legal Information Council, 1981.

"Village Courts in Papua New Guinea: People's Courts or Colonial Courts?" in R. Mortimer ed Social Studies, Port Moresby, UPNG,1977, 9-27.

"The Multi-National Corporation: Bougainville Copper" (co-author) in R. Mortimer (ed.), Catch 19 - An Introduction to Politics Port Moresby 1975, 133-159.

"Ernie and Centipede" (with W. Twining and K. O'Donovan) in The Division and Classification of the Law (ed.) J.A. Jolowicz, Butterworths (1970) 10-30.

Articles

"Netizenship, Security and Freedom" International Review of Law Computers and Technology 2013 (forthcoming)

"Introduction: A History of Legal Informatics" European Journal of Law and Technology 2010 Vol 1.

"Socrates and Confucius: A long history of information technology in legal education" European Journal of Law and Technology 2010 Vol 1.

"Three Dimensions of E-Learning: from Resource-Based to Transactional: From E to M" (with Chinese translation), (2008) 23 National Chung-Cheng University Law Journal (中正大學法學集刊).

"Transnational Family Law and Doing Justice in Cases involving Globalised Family Relationships (with Chinese translation), (2008) 102 Taiwan Law Journal 112-127.

"Free Culture, Global Commons and Social Justice in Information Technology Diffusion', 2007 (1) Law, Social Justice & Global Development Journal (LGD). http://www.go.warwick.ac.uk/elj/lgd/2007_1/paliwala ; also in Journal of Information Law and Technology (JILT) Vol 2 2006.

"The Development and Application of E-Learning in Law - Some Experiences from Iolis (with Chinese translation), (2006) 19 National Chung-Cheng University Law Journal (中正大學法學集刊) 201-244.

"Legal E-Learning in Network Society" Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT) 2007 (1) http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/jilt/2007_1/paliwala

"Legal Regulation and uneven Global Digital Diffusion" (2004) 6 UTS Law Review 26

"Changing Paradigms of the E: Communication, Governance and Learning', 2005 (2-3) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT). <http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/jilt/2005_2-3/paliwala/>.

"E-Learning and Culture Change: The Iolis Story" The Law Teacher 2005:1. Special issue on e-learning.

'Irresolutions of Modernity, Law, Nation and Empire: A Reading of Fitzpatrick's Modernism and the Grounds of Law in conjunction with Hardt and Negri's Empire. Law, Social Justice and Global Development (LGD) 2003:1 http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/lgd/2003_1/paliwala/>

Learning in Cyberspace Journal of Information, Law and Technology 2001 (1) elj.Warwick.ac.uk

'Privatisation in Developing Countries: The Governance Issue', 2000 (1) Law, Social Justice and Global Development (LGD). http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/global/issue/2000-1/paliwala.html

National and international co-operation for the Development of CAL Materials. 1998 (3) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT). <http://www.law.warwick.ac.uk/jilt/98-3/paliwala.html>

From academic tombstones to living bazaars The changing shape of Law Reviews, (1996) 1 The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT). <http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/elj/jilt/issue1/1abdul/>

Computers, videotape and justice. 10th Commonwealth Law Conference, Cyprus May 1993. Journal of Law and Information Science 1993 Vol 4 No 1, 20 -32.

Constructing a Methodology for Legal Computer Based Learning (with R. Jones and P. Leith) Research Report to the ESRC 1992. Law Technology Journal 1992 Vol 1 No 2 , 25-31.

Report of BILETA Committee of Inquiry into the Provision of Information Technology in UK Law Schools 1991. As committee member.

An exercise in the use of computer conferencing in undergraduate legal education. (with A. Clark and J. Dale) Law Technology Journal 1992 Vol 1 No 2, 38-43.

An Academic View: Technology in the Classroom. Computers and Law 1991 Vol 2 No 5, 32-33.

Creating an academic environment: The development of technology in legal education in the United Kingdom. Yearbook of Law Computers and Technology 1990 Vol 6, 136-158.

"The technology of clinical legal education" 3 British Yearbook of Computer Technology and Law 1987 pp. 181‑194.

"The Inquest as a Theatre for Police Tragedy: The Davey Case" with R. Burridge and S. Morris (1985) 12 Journal of Law and Society 35‑61.

"Law in Colonial and Post‑Colonial Societies: Review of P. Fitzpatrick, Law and State in Papua New Guinea and F. Snyder, Capitalism and Legal Change" Australian J. of Law and Society (1983) Vol. 1 No. 2 110‑121.

"Legal Professions in the Third World" (extended review) Journal of Development Studies, 1982 Vol. 18 No. 4, 563‑566.

"Economic Development and the Changing Legal System of Papua New Guinea" (co‑author) (1978) 16 African Law Studies 3‑79.

"Lawyers for the People: Reviewing Legal Services for an Independent Papua New Guinea" (co‑author) in (1976) 4 Melanesian Law Journal 184‑210.

"The New Curriculum for the Diploma and LL.B. incorporating the modular approach" (co‑author) Lo Skul Tok Tok (1976) 1‑3.

"National Goals and Law Reform" (co‑author) (1976) 4 Melanesian Law Journal 249‑269.

"Towards a Political Economy of Law in Underdeveloped Countries" (1975) 3 Melanesian Law Journal 367‑375.

"Mediation of an Ancient Land Dispute" (co‑author) (1975) 3 Melanesian Law Journal 355‑366.

"The Bougainville Agreement: Is a Deal a Deal?" (1974) 2 Melanesian Law Journal 130‑150.

"Consolidation of Statutes" ‑ research paper for Stow‑Hill Committee (1970) 10 pages.

The Adoption (Hague Convention) Act (Northern Ireland) 1969 in 21 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 219‑221.

"Domicile Revisited" (1969) 20 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 71‑74.