TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 The Wild Law Judgment Project
Nicole Rogers and Michelle Maloney
2 Writing judgments 'wildly'
Justice Brian PrestonPART I Standing and wellbeing of non-human species 3 Green sea turtles by the representative, Meryl Streef v The State of Queensland and the Commonwealth of Australia Justice Brian Preston 4 Great Barrier Reef v The Australian Federal and State governments and others Cormac Cullinan 5 The fraught and fishy tale of Lungfish v The State of Queensland Benedict Coyne 6 Attorney-General (Cth); Ex Rel McKinlay v The Commonwealth Tom Round 7 Wild negligence: Donoghue v Stevenson Bee Chen Goh and Tom Round 8 Shaw v McCreary Edward Mussawir PART II Mining, climate change and communities 9 Coal mines and wild law: a judgment for the climate Felicity Deane and Katie Woolaston 10 Quantifying the environmental impact of coal mines: lessons from the Wandoan case, Xstrata Coal Queensland Pty Ltd v Friends of the Earth Brisbane Co-op Julia Dehm 11 Coast and Country Association of Queensland Inc v Minister for Environment and Heritage protection Kate Galloway 12 Exploring fundamental legal change through adjacent possibilities: the Newcrest mining case Aidan Ricketts 13 Metgasco Limited v Minister for Resources and Energy Cristy Clark PART III First Nations law 14 Aboriginal laws of the land: surviving fracking, golf courses and drains among other extractive industries Irene Watson 15 Reimagining Aboriginal land rights: Crown, Country and custodians. Mabo v Queensland (No 2) Stephen Summerhayes 16 Nuclear waste dump: sovereignty and the Muckaty mob Greta Bird and Jo Bird PART IV International law 17 Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v Japan: New Zealand intervening) Hope Johnson, Bridget Lewis and Rowena Maguire 18 Restoring the transboundary harm principle in international environmental law: rewriting the judgment in the San Juan River case Afshin Akhtar-Khavari PART V Criminal law and environmental activism 19 Stand with Jono: culture-jamming, civil disobedience and corporate regulation in an age of climate change Matthew Rimmer 20 Magee v Wallace Susan Bird 21 Duck rescuers and the freedom to protest: Levy v Victoria Nicole Rogers PART VI Looking ahead 22 Information environmentalism and biological data: a thought experiment Robert Cunningham Index
Nicole Rogers is based in the School of Law and Justice at Southern Cross University, Australia. Michelle Maloney is the National Convenor of the Australian Earth Laws Alliance, and teaches Earth jurisprudence at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia