Publications


Sex Gender Sexuality Law

HARDY, S; RUNDLE, O and RIGGS DW. (2016) ‘Sex, Gender, Sexuality and the Law: Social and legal issues faced by individuals, couples and families’, Thomson Reuters.

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SPENCER, D and HARDY, S. (2014) ‘Dispute Resolution in Australia’, 3rd
Edition, Thomson.

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HARDY, S and RUNDLE, O. (2010) ‘Mediation for Lawyers’, CCH.

Book Chapters:

HARDY, S. (2014) ‘Ethical issues for the new lawyer’, Chapter in forthcoming book Challenging Professional Identities in Dispute Resolution.

Encyclopaedia of Peace Psychology, entries on “Alternative Dispute Resolution” and “Mediation” (2011) Wiley. (Recognized by the American Library Association as an Outstanding Reference Source for 2013).

HARDY, S. (2004) Chapter 7: ‘Injury as Melodrama’ in Andrew T Kenyon and Peter D Rush (eds), An Aesthetics of Law and Culture: Texts, Images, Screens (Elsevier: New York) ISBN 0 7623 1151 7, pages 155-177.

 

Refereed Papers:

  • HARDY, S; RUNDLE, O and RIGGS, Damien W. (2017) “Working with trans or gender diverse, intersex and/or non-heterosexual clients: Advice for mediators” (2017) 28 ADJR 35.
  • HARDY, S. (2015) “Great Expectations: The relationship between negotiating student and supervisor expectations at the commencement of the candidature and future conflict”, Quality in Postgraduate Supervision Conference Proceedings.
  • ALEXANDER, N and HARDY, S. (2014) ‘Beyond Mediation: How conflict coaching can enhance your practice’ Journal on 3rd Asian Mediation Association Conference
  • KNIGHT, C; HARDY, S and KNIGHT B. (2013) ‘Social Innovation, Resilience and the Higher Degree Research Experience’ (2013) International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 1(1).
  • HARDY, S and RUNDLE, O. (2012) ‘Applying the Inclusive Model of Ethical Decision Making to Mediation’ James Cook University Law Review, 19: 70-89.
  • HARDY, S and RUNDLE, O. (2012) ‘Australian Birth Certificates: The best interests of no one at all’ Australian Journal of Family Law 26: 116-141.
  • HARDY, S; DHANISSARO, P; and THANGSURBKUL, W. (2011) ‘Peace Revolution’s Online Social Platform: From Inner Revolution to Global Evolution of Ethical Media Production’ Journal of Media Literacy Education 3:2, 84-89.
  • HARDY, S and LLOYD, C. (2010) ‘Artful ADR Training’ AC Resolution Spring/Fall: 7-10.
  • HARDY, S. (2009) ‘Teaching Mediation as Reflective Practice’. (2009) Negotiation Journal 385- 400.
  • HARDY, S. (2008) ‘Mediation and Genre’. Negotiation Journal 24(3): 247-268.
  • HARDY, S. and SPENCER, D. (2008) 8(1) ‘Deal or No Deal: Teaching On-Line Negotiation to Law Students’. (2008) 8(1) QUT Law and Justice Journal 93-117.
  • HARDY, S. (2007) ‘The Text of Muteness in Personal Injury Litigation’. Law, Text Culture, 11:317-334.
  • HARDY, S. (2006) ‘Mediating Personal Injury: Melodrama and Tragedy’. ADR Bulletin 9(1), September 2006, 1-4.
  • HARDY, S. (2006) ‘The Text of Muteness in Personal Injury Litigation’. Passages: Law and Literature Association of Australia Conference Papers.
  • HARDY, S. (2004) ‘Legal Melodramas of Injury and Gender’. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 9(2): 23-40.
  • HARDY, S. (2004) ‘Role Playing in Consumer Protection Law: The Market Day Project’. Legal Education Review 14: 203.
  • HARDY, S and PRENZLER, T. (2002) ‘Legal Control of Private Investigators and Associated Private Agents: Profile and Issues’. Australian Journal of Law and Society, 16(1), 1-20. (80%)
  • HARDY, S and GRIGGS, L. (2001) ‘ACCC v Boral: The High Court awaits another s.46 case’. Australian Trade Practices Law Journal 9: 201-212. (50%)
  • HARDY, S. and MIDDLETON, S. (2001) ‘Legal Recognition of Significant Personal Relationships in Tasmania’. University of Tasmania Law Review 20 (2): 159-180. (60%)
  • HARDY, S. (2000-2001) ‘Narrative Theory, Psychology and Law’. Australian Journal of Law and Society 15: 194-208.
  • HARDY, S. (1999) ‘From Mother to Child’. Australian Journal of Law and Medicine 6: 389-408.
  • HARDY, S. (1998) ‘Online Mediation’. Alternative Dispute Resolution Journal 9: 216-225.
  • HARDY, S. (1997) ‘Third Party Beneficiaries to Insurance Contracts’. Insurance Law Journal 8: 145-160.
  • HARDY, S. (1997) ‘Misuse of Market Power – Purpose or Effect?’ Australian Trade Practices Law Journal 5: 114-120.

 

Conference Presentations:

International:

  • “The Melodrama of Conflict:  From Passive Victim to Active Hero”. Invited presentation for the US Federal Government Agencies as part of the program of the inter-agency dispute resolution working group, Washington DC, 19 September 2014.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlaTnGyCttw
  • “Conflict Coaching: Panacea or Placebo”. Invited presentation to the Steering Committee of the US Federal Government Inter-Agency ADR Working Group, Washington DC, 17 September 2014.
  • “Coaching for Effective Conflict Management”, Workshop presented at the On The Organisation Conference, Oxford University, 4 August 2014.
  • “Effectively Managing Conflict in the Higher Degree Research Student / Supervisor Relationship”, Roundtable presented at the HERDSA conference, Hong Kong, 10 July 2014.
  • “REAL Conflict Coaching”. ADR Hub Webinar, Creighton University, 27 June 2014 (with Nadja Alexander). http://www.adrhub.com/forum/topics/webinar-june-2014
  • “Student peacebuilding: Conflict as a tool for learning”, Hawaii International Education Conference, January 2014 (with Romy Lawson).
  • “The Melodrama of Conflict”. Asia Pacific Mediation Summit, Manila, December 2013.
  • “Postgraduate peacebuilding: Conflict as a tool for learning”, Asia Pacific Mediation Forum, Manila, December 2013 (forthcoming, with Judith Herrmann, Claire Holland and Romy Lawson).
  • “The Melodrama of Conflict”. Invited presentation at the International Coaching Federation (USA) teleconference, 27 November 2013.
  • “REAL Conflict Coaching: Supporting your client to develop their inner hero!” LEADR Conference (Wellington, NZ), 6 September 2013 (with Nadja Alexander).
  • “The Melodrama of Conflict”. Invited presentation at the Association for Conflict Resolution (USA) Workplace Section teleconference, 13 March 2013.
  • “Facilitating Deep Reflection on Mediation Practice”. Paper presented at the Association for Conflict Resolution Conference, New Orleans, USA. September 2012.
  • “Artful Approaches to Managing Conflict”. Paper presented at the Association for Conflict Resolution Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 2009 (with Cathryn Lloyd).
  • “Mediation and Genre”. Paper presented at the LEADR Conference, Wellington, NZ, 2007.
  • “Legal Melodramas of Injury”. Paper presented at the Law, Culture and Humanities Conference, Hartford, Connecticut, USA, 2004.
  • “Coffee Anyone? The Commercial Law Market Day Project”, Paper presented at the Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Conference, Brisbane, 2003.
  • “Personal Injury Narratives: Playing the Role of Invalid”, Paper presented at the Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Conference, Vanuatu, 2001.
  • “Narrative, Psychology and Law”. Poster Presentation at the Joint Conference of the American and European Psychology/Law Associations in Dublin, Ireland, 1999.

National:

  • “Managing Conflict in the HDR Student / Supervisor Relationship”. Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, April 2014.
  • “Managing Conflict in the HDR Student / Supervisor Relationship”. Invited staff seminar at University of Tasmania, 26 November 2013.
  • “Supporting your client to develop their inner hero! REAL Conflict Coaching” LEADR Conference (Perth), 17 September 2013 (with Nadja Alexander).
  • “Managing Conflict in the HDR Student / Supervisor Relationship”. Swinbourne Excellence in Supervision Conference, 13 September 2013 (with Judith Herrmann).
  • “Managing Conflict in the HDR Student / Supervisor Relationship”. JCU Learning and Teaching Week, 4 June 2013.
  • “Ethical dilemmas for the new lawyer”, FNQLA invited speaker, Cairns, 27 March 2013.
  • “Ethical dilemmas for the new lawyer”, ADR Research Forum, Sydney, 3 December 2012.
  • “The Student Conflict Support Service – WIL in action”. JCU Teaching and Learning Week, 28 May 2012.
  • “Working with Same-Sex Couples: Being Gay Friendly is Not Enough”. Workshop presented at the LEADR Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 8 September 2011.
  • “Embodying Conflict Resolution”. LEADR Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 7 September 2011 (with Nadja Alexander and Cathryn Lloyd).
  • “Artful Approaches to Managing Conflict”. Paper presented at the LEADR Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 9 September 2009 (with Cathryn Lloyd).
  • “Making the Most of the Lawyer’s Role in Mediation”, Paper presented at the Legalwise Making the Most of Mediation conference, Melbourne, March 2009.
  • “Skills for Difficult Conversations”, Paper presented at the Professional Development Conference, Hobart, February 2009.
  • “ADR in Personal Injuries”, Paper presented at the Lexis Nexis Personal Injury Law Conference, Brisbane, 2008.
  • “Lawyers’ and Mediators’ Roles in Mediation”, Paper presented at the Queensland Law Society ADR Conference, Brisbane, 2008.
  • “National Accreditation Update”, Paper presented at the Queensland Law Society ADR Conference, Brisbane, 2008.
  • “Teaching Mediation as Reflective Practice”, Workshop presented at the National Mediation Conference, Perth, 2008.
  • “Mediation and Genre: Working with Conflict Narratives”, Paper presented at the ADR Forum, Brisbane, 2008.
  • “Mediation and Genre: Working with Conflict Narratives”, Paper presented at the Conflict Studies Group, Melbourne, 2008.
  • “Teaching Mediation as Reflective Practice”, Paper presented at the Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Conference, Perth, 2007.
  • “Online Negotiation as a Teaching Tool”, Paper presented at the Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Conference, Perth, 2007.
  • “Academic Career Progression”, Invited Contribution to Panel Discussion presented at the Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Conference, Perth, 2007.
  • “The Text of Muteness in Personal Injury Litigation”, Paper presented at the Australian Law and Literature Association Conference, Melbourne, 2006.
  • “Teaching Written Skills to Law Students in Australia”, Paper presented at the Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Conference, Melbourne, 2006.
  • “Improving Law Students’ Written Skills”, Paper presented at the Teaching Matters Conference, University of Tasmania, 2005.
  • “The Consumers DVD: Engaging Students In Consumer Protection Law”, Paper presented at the Teaching Matters Conference, University of Tasmania, 2005.
  • “Contextual Learning in Consumer Protection Law”, Paper presented at the Teaching Matters Conference, University of Tasmania, 2004.
  • “Introduction to Law WebCT Site: What worked and what didn’t”, Paper presented at the Teaching Matters Conference, University of Tasmania, 2002.
  • “Injury as Melodrama”, Paper presented at Australian Law and Literature Conference, “Mediating Law”, Melbourne, November 2002.
  • “The Changing Concept of Relationships in the Law”, Paper presented as part of the Removing the Boundaries Seminar Series, University of Tasmania, 2001.
  • “Legal Control of Private Investigators and Associated Private Agents: Profile and Issues”, Paper presented at the Australian Criminology Conference, Melbourne, 2001.