A/Pr Rhett Martin


NameA/Pr Rhett Martin
Email Addressrhett.martin@unisq.edu.au
Job TitleAssociate Professor (Law)
QualificationsLLM Deakin, PhD Victoria, PhD Federation
DepartmentSchool of Law and Justice
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Biography

I am a specialist in the intersection of sustainability objectives and law.

Employment

PositionOrganisationFromTo
Senior lecturerUniversity of Southern Queensland20142023

Expertise

Environment law

Sustainability law

Cross disciplinary research

Teaching

Environment law

Business law and ethics

Fields of Research

  • 410299. Ecological applications not elsewhere classified
  • 480101. Banking, finance and securities law
LLM
Deakin
2008
PhD
Victoria
2012
PhD
Federation
2022

Supervision Interests

Environment law

Sustainability

Resilience

Cross disciplinary applications of law across diverse disciplines including agriculture and biodiversity protection

Current Supervisions

Research TitleSupervisor TypeLevel of StudyCommenced
The (unchecked) role of the authorised person in a local government contextAssociate SupervisorDoctoral2023

Completed Supervisions

Research TitleSupervisor TypeLevel of StudyCompleted
Bad Character and Similar Fact Evidence in Australia: Is there a case for change and could Britain have the answerAssociate SupervisorMasters2023
Protecting the consumer holding active entitlements when a company ceases to trade: A legal analysisAssociate SupervisorDoctoral2021

Human Rights and the Environment in the Ogiek Case: Implications for Property Rights in Queensland

Jones, Nicky. 2023. "Human Rights and the Environment in the Ogiek Case: Implications for Property Rights in Queensland." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 39 (3), pp. 242-253.

The River as a Separate Legal Person: Implications for Sustainability Law and Governance

Martin, Rhett. 2023. "The River as a Separate Legal Person: Implications for Sustainability Law and Governance." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 39 (Pt2), pp. 166-184.

Suppression Practices Legislation in Victoria – A Potential Crisis for Church Authority?

Martin, Rhett. 2022. "Suppression Practices Legislation in Victoria – A Potential Crisis for Church Authority?" Religious Freedom Sexuality and Gender Identity Round Table Discussion. Toowoomba, Australia 28 Oct 2022 Toowoomba, Australia.

Regulatory Failure: Old Growth Forests and Possums - a tale of regulatory failure writ large

Martin, Rhett. 2022. "Regulatory Failure: Old Growth Forests and Possums - a tale of regulatory failure writ large." Environmental law workshop at Sydney University. Sydney, Australia 30 Sep 2022 Sydney, Australia.

Agriculture Biodiversity Stewardship Package (ABSP)

Martin, Rhett. 2022. "Agriculture Biodiversity Stewardship Package (ABSP)." UniSQ Law School Research Seminar Series. Toowoomba, Australia 27 Apr 2022 Toowoomba, Australia.

The Queensland Human Rights Act and Environmental Approvals: Impact on Coal Mining

Martin, Rhett. 2022. "The Queensland Human Rights Act and Environmental Approvals: Impact on Coal Mining." Environment and Human Rights: Legal Paradigms Symposium. Toowoomba, Australia 18 - 18 Feb 2022 Toowoomba, Australia.

Is sustainability classified as law in Australia?

Martin, Rhett. 2021. "Is sustainability classified as law in Australia?" Precedent.

Anderson Dawson and the first labour government

Martin, Rhett. 2021. "Anderson Dawson and the first labour government." Lawmakers of Southern Queensland Symposium: School of Law and Justice 2021. Ipswich, Australia 21 Sep 2021 Ipswich, Australia.

Ecologically sustainable forest management: Part V - regulation of private plantation forestry in Victoria: a case study of Hancock Victorian Plantations Pty Ltd

Martin, Rhett. 2019. "Ecologically sustainable forest management: Part V - regulation of private plantation forestry in Victoria: a case study of Hancock Victorian Plantations Pty Ltd." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 36 (2), pp. 127-141.

Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part IV – a case study of current regulation of Victorian State Forest harvesting

Martin, Rhett. 2019. "Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part IV – a case study of current regulation of Victorian State Forest harvesting." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 36 (1), pp. 57-79.

Understanding sustainability law

Martin, Rhett. 2018. Understanding sustainability law. Chatswood, NSW, Australia. LexisNexis Butterworths.

Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part III - regulatory theory and modality

Martin, Rhett. 2017. "Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part III - regulatory theory and modality." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 34 (3), pp. 209-237.

Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part II - a cautionary tale The Brown Mountain case and its ramifications

Martin, Rhett. 2017. "Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part II - a cautionary tale The Brown Mountain case and its ramifications." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 34 (2), pp. 113-141.

Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part I - sustainability and regulatory theory

Martin, Rhett. 2017. "Victorian ecologically sustainable forest management: Part I - sustainability and regulatory theory." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 34 (1), pp. 35-58.

Natural capital risk management: regulating the main externalities of business

Martin, Rhett. 2015. "Natural capital risk management: regulating the main externalities of business." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 32 (6), pp. 505-533.

The law and economics of feral extermination: Legal and economic answers to eradicating the cane toad

Martin, Rhett. 2015. "The law and economics of feral extermination: Legal and economic answers to eradicating the cane toad." Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 32 (2), pp. 115-130.

Banking and finance: in principle

Martin, Rhett. 2007. Banking and finance: in principle. Australia. Lawbook Co..

Understanding negotiable instruments: A guide for undergraduate business students

Martin, Rhett. 2005. Understanding negotiable instruments: A guide for undergraduate business students. Australia. Pearson SprintPrint.