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2019

Findlay, E.G., Currie, A.J., Zhang, A., Ovciarikova, J., Young, L., Stevens, H., McHugh, B.J., Canel, M., Gray, M., Milling, S.W.F., Campbell, J.D.M., Savill, J., Serrels, A. and Davidson, D.J. (2019) Exposure to the antimicrobial peptide LL-37 produces dendritic cells optimized for immunotherapy. OncoImmunology, 8 (8).

Cook, K., Given, L., Keam, G. and Young, L. (2019) Technological opportunities for procedural justice in welfare administration: A review of available apps. Critical Social Policy . Online First.

2018

Easteal, P., Young, L. and Carline, A. (2018) Domestic Violence, Property and Family Law in Australia. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 32 (2). pp. 204-229.

Young, L. and Goodie, J. (2018) Is there a need for more certainty in discretionary decision making in Australian family property law? Australian Journal of Family Law, 32 (1). pp. 162-188.

2017

Young, L. (2017) Changes in Traditional Parenthood, Adults and Children in Post-modern societies. In: International Family Law Conference, 6 - 7 July 2017, Brussels, Belgium

Young, L. (2017) Children as participants in parenting disputes: Engaging with the debate on welfare v autonomy. In: 7th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, 4 - 7 June 2017, Dublin, Ireland

Young, L. (2017) Is there a need for more certainty in discretionary decision making in Australian family property law? In: Anglo-Australian Financial Remedies Workshop, 11 - 12 September 2017, Cambridge University.

Young, L. (2017) Social families: Adoption, step and foster-families, Australia, Adults and Children in Post-modern societies. In: International Family Law Conference, 6 - 7 July 2017, Brussels, Belgium

Young, L. (2017) The problem with child support reform in Australia: Departure applications – a case in point. In: Atkin, B., (ed.) The International Survey of Family Law. Family Law (Published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law), Bristol, England.

Young, L. (2017) The problem with child support reform. In: 2nd International Child Support Symposium, 4 - 5 December 2017, Swinburne University, VIC.

2016

Young, L., Kenny, M.A. and Monahan, G. (Eds) (2016) Children and the Law in Australia. Lexis Nexis.

Young, L. (2016) Revisiting relocation disputes. In: Atkin, B., (ed.) The International Survey of Family Law. Family Law (Published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law), Bristol, England, pp. 19-40.

Young, L. (2016) Shared-time and Money: A Practical Perspective on the Interrelationships between care, child support and property settlements. In: Workshop. Current Directions in Shared Parenting Research, 11 - 12 July 2016, Kings College, London

Young, L. (2016) The need for certainty in Australian family property law. In: 3rd International Family Law, Policy and Practice Conference: Culture, Dispute Resolution and the, 6 - 8 July 2016, Kings College, London

2015

Young, L. (2015) Child sex abuse allegations in parenting disputes in Australia and the exercise of judicial discretion in family law disputes. In: Atkin, B., (ed.) The International Survey of Family Law. Family Law (Published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law), Bristol, England, pp. 1-19.

Young, L. and Wikeley, N. (2015) 'Earning capacity' and maintenance in Anglo-Australian family law: Different paths, same destination? Child and Family Law Quarterly, 27 . pp. 129-150.

Cook, K., McKenzie, H., Natalier, K and Young, L. (2015) Institutional processes and the production of gender inequalities: The case of Australian child support research and administration. Critical Social Policy, 35 (4). pp. 512-534.

Young, L. (2015) Parental poverty and ‘fairness’ in the operation of the Australian child support system. In: Workshop. Poverty, Child Maintenance and Interactions with Social Assistance Schemes, 2 - 3 July 2015, Nuffield Foundation, London

Young, L. (2015) ‘Special circumstances’ in child support departure applications and the very wealthy. Australian Journal of Family Law, 29 (1). pp. 24-42.

2014

Young, L. (2014) Australia: Gender identity dysphoria update and developments in property settlement law. In: Atkin, B., (ed.) The International Survey of Family Law. Family Law (Published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law), Bristol, England, pp. 1-20.

Young, L., Dhillon, S. and Groves, L. (2014) Child sexual abuse allegations and s 60CC(2A): A new era? Australian Journal of Family Law, 28 (3). pp. 233-265.

Easteal, P., Warden, C. and Young, L. (2014) The Kennon ‘factor’: Issues of indeterminacy and floodgates. Australian Journal of Family Law, 28 (1). pp. 1-28.

Young, L. and Wreck, E. (2014) Smith v Fields: The future of ‘special skill’. Brief, 41 (1). pp. 39-41.

Young, L. and Baxter, S. (2014) The relevance of the quality of the parent-child relationship in awards of adult child maintenance. Australian Journal of Family Law, 28 (2). pp. 142-159.

2013

Young, L. (2013) Australia: New Frontiers for Family Law. In: Atkin, B., (ed.) The International Survey of Family Law. Family Law (Published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law), Bristol, England, pp. 61-82.

Young, L. (2013) Child sexual abuse allegations in family court: A review of the ‘Unacceptable Risk’ test. In: 6th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights: Voices that need to be Heard, 16 March 2013, Sydney

Young, L. (2013) Earning capacity and child support. In: International Symposium on Child Support, 28 - 30 October 2013, Crawford School of Public Policy, Canberra

Young, L. and Wikeley, J. (2013) Earning capacity, child support and gender – A comparative perspective. In: 2nd International Family Law, Policy and Practice Conference: Parentage, Equality and Gender, 3 - 5 July 2013, London Metropolitan University

Young, L. (2013) Review of Ideas and Debates in Family Law by Rob George (Book Review). Australian Journal of Family Law, 27 . pp. 100-104.

Young, L. and Ryrstedt, E. (2013) The child and the Judge: Reflections on the voice of the child in Australian family court parenting disputes. Journal of Family Law and Practice, 3 (1). pp. 19-28.

2012

Young, L. (2012) The Australian Child Support Scheme. In: International Trends on Child Support after Divorce, 13 - 15 January 2012, Kyunpook National University Law Research Institute, Daegu, South Korea

Young, L. (2012) Child Support System of Australia. Kyungpook National University Law Journal (39). pp. 31-70.

Young, L. (2012) Child protection and family law: The Australian experience. In: Sheehan, R., Rhoades, H. and Stanley, N., (eds.) Vulnerable Children and The Law: International Evidence for Improving Child Welfare, Child Protection and Children's Rights. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, pp. 269-282.

Young, L., Monahan, G., Sifris, A. and Carroll, R. (2012) Family law in Australia. LexisNexis Butterworths, Chatswood, New South Wales.

Young, L. (2012) Reflections on the shared parenting experience. In: Atkin, Bill, (ed.) The International Survey of Family Law 2012 Edition. Jordan Publishing, United Kingdom, pp. 1-25.

2011

Young, L. (2011) Resolving relocation disputes: The 'interventionist' approach in Australia. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 23 (2). pp. 203-225.

2010

Summerfield, T., Young, L., Harman, J. and Flatau, P. (2010) Child support and Welfare to work reforms: The economic consequences for single-parent families. Family Matters, 84 . pp. 68-78.

Young, L. (2010) Relocation: The interventionist approach of the Australian courts in relocation cases’. In: Inaugural Conference on International Child Abduction, Forced Marriage and Relocation, 30 June - 2 July 2010, Centre for Family Law and Practice, London Metropolitan University

2009

Young, L. (2009) The protection of children in Australian family law courts: One Step Forward, Two Steps Backwards? In: Children and the Law: International approaches to children and their vulnerabilities, 7 September 2009, Prato, Tuscany

2008

Young, L. (2008) Children and 'Family' Law. In: Monahan, Geoff and Young, Lisa, (eds.) Children and the Law in Australia. LexisNexis Butterworths, Australia, pp. 355-379.

Young, L. and Wikeley, N. (2008) Secrets and lies: No deceit down under for paternity fraud. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 20 (1). pp. 81-94.

2007

Young, L. (2007) Changes in child support and shared parental responsibility. In: LexisNexis Masterclass, 14 March 2007, Perth, Western Australia.

Monahan, G. and Young, L. (2007) Reforming Child Support Laws: Where to now? In: Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA) Conference 2007, 23 - 26 September 2007, University of Western Australia

Young, L. (2007) Sex, Lies and Money: Australian developments in the recovery of damages for paternity fraud. In: International Conference Law and Society in the 21st Century: Transformations, Resistances, Futures, 25 - 28 July 2007, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Young, L. (2007) Sex, lies and money: The High Court considers deceit and paternity fraud in Magill v Magill. Torts Law Journal, 15 (1).

2006

Young, L. (2006) Child support and welfare reforms in Australia: What do they mean for children of separated parents? In: International Conference on Children and Divorce, 24 - 27 July 2006, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Young, L. (2006) Family law: Is it laws or families that need reforming? Developing Practice: The Child Youth and Family Work Journal, 15 . pp. 5-7.

2005

Young, L. and Shaw, S. (2005) Magill v Magill: Families and deceit. Australian Journal of Family Law, 19 (1). 44- 56.

Young, L. (2005) Reforming child support laws: Breaking the cycle. Alternative Law Journal, 30 (1). pp. 29-33.

Banks, C., Batagol, B., Carson, R., Fehlberg, B., Harrison, M., Hunter, R., Kaspiew, R., Maclean, M., Rathus, Z., Rhoades, H., Sheehan, G. and Young, L. (2005) Review of exposure draft of the Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Bill 2005. Australian Journal of Family Law, 19 (2). pp. 79-93.

Wikeley, N. and Young, L. (2005) Smith v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions: child support, the self-employed and the meaning of 'total taxable profits' - total confusion reigns. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 17 (2). pp. 267-292.

2004

Young, L. (2004) Earning Capacity and Child Support. In: 2004 Australian Law Teachers’ Association (ALTA) Conference: Crossing Boundaries, 8 - 11 July 2004, Charles Darwin University

Buti, T. and Young, L. (2004) Family Law and Customary Law. Law Reform Commission of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.

Young, L. (2004) Rich women and divorce: Looking for a “Common Sense” Approach. Australian Canadian Studies, 22 (1). pp. 95-113.

2003

Young, L. (2003) U and U: Reflections on the High Court and family law. Alternative Law Journal, 28 (2).

2002

Young, L. (2002) Do Hard Cases Make Bad Law. In: 2002 Queensland Family Law Practitioners' Conference, 16 August 2002, Goldcoast, QLD.

Young, L. (2002) Rich women and divorce: Looking for a 'Common Sense' approach. In: 2002 Status of Women in Canada and Australia Conference, March 2002, Woollongong, NSW

Young, L. (2002) Special Contributions. In: 2002 Queensland Family Law Practitioners' Conference, 17 August 2002, Goldcoast, QLD.

Young, L. (2002) U and U: The high court reconsiders relocation in the family court. University of Western Australian Law Review, 6 . pp. 241-257.

2000

Easteal, P., Behrens, J. and Young, L. (2000) Relocation decisions in Canberra and Perth: A blurry snapshot. Australian Journal of Family Law, 14 (3). pp. 1-22.

1998

Young, L. (1998) Child sexual abuse allegations in the Family Court of Western Australia: An old light on an old problem. Sister in Law, 3 . pp. 98-121.

Young, L. (1998) Parenting Orders: A New Order? In: Autumn Family Law Practitioners' Conference, June 1998, Perth, Western Australia.

1997

Young, L. (1997) Advancing the Teaching of Family Law. In: Workshop. Family Law Teachers', 2 October 1997, ALTA, UTS.

Young, L. (1997) B AND B*: Family Law reform Act 1995 (CTH) - Relocating the rights debate. Melbourne University Law Review, 21 . pp. 722-737.

Young, L. (1997) Relocation and the Full Court - B and B: Family Law Reform Act 1995. In: Ilberry, Barblett & O’Dea, Southwest Practitioners’ Conference, 24 October 1997, Bunbury, Western Australia.

Young, L. (1997) Residential Parents’ Freedom of Movement: An Update. In: Eleventh Weekend Conference. The Family Law Practitioners Association of WA (Inc.), 16 March 1997, Busselton, WA.

Young, L. (1997) Sissinghurst, Sackville-West and "Special Skill". Australian Journal of Family Law, 11 (3). pp. 1-18.

Young, L. (1997) Sissinghurst, Sackville-West and ‘Special Skill'. In: Annual English Graduate Conference: The Letter of the Law: Law, Literature and Culture, 1 March 1997, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

1996

Young, L. (1996) Are primary residence parents as free to move as custodial parents were? Australian Family Lawyer, 11 (3). pp. 31-39.

Young, L. (1996) Child sexual abuse allegations in the family court: The use and abuse of expert evidence. In: Annual State Conference of the Australian Association of Social Workers Ltd (WA Branch). Building a Civil Society: Responsibility, Participation and Choice, 25 September 1996, Perth, Western Australia.

Young, L. (1996) Parental rights and the family court - The problems of when and how to intervene. In: Pulla, V.Q., (ed.) The Family: Asia Pacific Perspectives. Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Territory University.

Young, L. (1996) Parenting disputes under the Family Law Act 1975: The new regime. Sister in Law, 1 . pp. 93-103.

Handsley, E., Iorns, C., Kendall, C. and Young, L. (1996) Reasons for the absence of women: Affirmative action practice report. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 7 (1). pp. 127-144.

1995

Young, L., Barton, C. and Dingle, P. (1995) How best to make sick buildings well again: The legal implications of sick building syndrome. In: 12th International Conference & 6th Regional Conference of the International Union of Air Pollution Prevention & Environmental Protection Association (IUAPPA), 23 - 28 October 1994, Perth, Western Australia

Young, L., Barton, C. and Dingle, P. (1995) The legal and regulatory implications of injury arising from inadequate indoor air quality. In: Morawska, L., Bofinger, N.D. and Maroni, M., (eds.) Indoor Air: An Integrated Approach. Elsevier Science.

1994

Young, L. (1994) Child sexual abuse and the family court. In: Annual General Meeting of the Court Welfare Service, 16 September 1994, Perth, Western Australia.

Young, L. and Jurevic, L. (1994) Domestic violence and the news. In: Seminar. Australian Federation of University Women (WA), 16 September 1994, Perth, Western Australia.

Young, L. (1994) Expert evidence and child sexual abuse in the family court. In: 14th Annual Congress of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 10 April 1994, Fremantle, Perth

Young, L. (1994) Legal aid and family child sexual abuse. In: Inaugural Western Australian Legal Aid Conference, 22 July 1994, Perth, Western Australia.

Young, L. (1994) Parental rights and the family court - The problems of when and how to intervene. In: Families and the Future Conference on Issues Relating to Families in the Asia Pacific Region, 27 June 1994, Northern Territory University, Darwin

Young, L. and McLeod, N. (1994) Psychologists as expert witnesses. In: Annual Conference of Western Australian School Psychologists, 30 September 1994, Perth, Western Australia

Young, L. (1994) Women and family law. In: Technical and Further Education Women’s Studies Programme, 3 June 1994, Perth, Western Australia.

Young, L., Barton, C. and Dingle, P. (1994) The legal and regulatory implications of injury arising from inadequate indoor air quality. In: International Workshop. Indoor Air: An Integrated Approach, 30 November - 1 December 1994, Gold Coast, Queensland

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