“National NDIS Consultation Report 2013: An analysis and record of the views of key stakeholders across Australia on the ‘NDIS Rules Consultation Paper’”, (Brain Injury Australia, 2013).
“Will the NDIS meet the needs of people with ABI?” (Powerpoint, 21MB) Keynote speaker, 36th Annual Australasian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment Conference (Hobart, 2-4 May 2013).
“National NDIS Consultation Report 2012: An analysis and record of the views and suggestions of key stakeholders across Australia on how best to ensure that the NDIS eligibility and assessment processes will meet the needs of persons living with an acquired brain injury”, (Brain Injury Australia, 2012).
“Background Papers on the NDIS-NIIS” (Brain Injury Australia 2012).
“Restorative Justice After a Traumatic Death: Quality Assurance Framework”, (Legal Services Board/Creative Ministries Network, VIC 2011).
“Best Practice Standards for Restorative Justice Facilitators”, (Victorian Association for RJ, VIC 2009).
“Restorative Justice Services for children and young people and those harmed by their behaviour”, (Scottish Government, 2008).
“Will the Victim Statement scheme secure greater participation for victims in the criminal justice process?” co-authored with Steve Kirkwood, (CJScotland, 2007).
“The Use of Restorative Justice in the Children’s Hearing System”, (Scottish Government, 2005).
“Restorative Justice in Scotland’s Youth Justice System”, in Addressing Deeds: Working with Young People Who Offend, (NCH Scotland, 2004).
“The Possibility of a Correctional Ethic”, in Discretion, Community and Correctional Ethics (Rowman & Littlefield, 2001).
“Evaluating Restorative Justice Programs” (UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice in Vienna, Ancillary Meetings, April 2000.).
“Children of Prisoners – What has changed in 18 years? A Survey of imprisoned parents in New South Wales in 1999 with children under 16 years of age, compared with an identical Survey taken in 1981”, (Children of Prisoners Support Group NSW, 1999).
“Evaluating Restorative Justice Programs”, Humanity and Society (April 1998).