Research

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Aaron Timoshanko, ‘Could Existing AntiCruelty Laws Ban Whip Use in Horse Racing?’ (2022) Adelaide Law Review (accepted & forthcoming).

Research Income

Queensland Law Society, Research Project on Queensland Law Firms’ Capability to Meet Disruption, Reference ID: QLS2020R.1 – $224,775 ($65,000 cash component).

Conference Papers

Caroline Hart and Aaron Timoshanko, ‘Legal educations capability to meet impacts of emerging technologies through leadership and engagement’ (Paper presented at the Australasian Law Academics Association, Monash University Online, 8-9 July 2022).

Aaron Timoshanko ‘Re-thinking corporate accountability with mandatory
examinations’ (Paper presented at the Society of Corporate Law Academics
Conference, University of Sunshine Coast Sippy Downs, 3-5 July 2022).

Aaron Timoshanko and Caroline Hart, ‘Teaching Technology into the Law
Curriculum! (Paper presented at the Australasian Law Academics Association,
University of Sydney Online, 4-6 July 2021).

Kim Economides and Aaron Timoshanko, ‘Can Kangaroo Courts Deliver Justice?’ (Paper presented at the National Rural Law and Justice Conference, Charles Sturt University Orange, 3-4 July 2015).

Aaron Timoshanko, ‘The Theory of Influence in a Representative Democracy’ (Paper presented at the National Getting to Zero Summit, Surfers Paradise, 11-13 September 2013).

Government Submissions

Other materials