Some main aspects of state sovereignty, with special reference to the distinction between external and internal sovereignty
Andrea Dolcetti, supervised by Professor John Finnis
Submitted in 2016

An Analysis of Negative Liberty 
Basil Salman, supervised by Professor Leslie Green
Submitted in 2016

Collective Action in a Comparative and Empirical Perspective: Towards a Socio-Legal Theory
Pedro Rubim Borges Fortes, supervised by Professor Denis Galligan
Submitted in 2016

Autonomy, Neutrality, and Justice: Toward a Liberal Theory of Language Rights
William Watson, supervised by Professor Leslie Green
Submitted in 2016

Relational Norms
Rob Mullins, supervised by Professor John Blair Gardner
Submitted in 2016

Citizens and states: considering the concept of citizenship
Christopher M Hinchcliffe, supervised by Professor Leslie Green
Submitted in 2015

Behavioural Analysis of Civil Procedure Rules 
Inbar Levy, supervised by Professor Adrian Zuckerman
Submitted in 2015

Making Law About Power
Julian A Sempill, supervised by Professor Denis Galligan
Submitted in 2015

Kelsen and Raz on the Continuity of Legal Systems : Applying the Accounts in an Australian Context
Benjamin James Spagnolo, supervised by Professor John Finnis
Submitted in 2014

Towards a Theory of Adjudication: Some Issues of Method and Principle
Paul Brady, supervised by Professor John Finnis
Submitted in 2014

Explaining Meaning: Towards a Minimalist Account of Legal Interpretation
Raquel Barradas de Freitas, supervised by Professor John Gardner 
Submitted in 2014

Rules, Reasons and Acceptance
Adam Perry, supervised by Professor John Broome and Professor Leslie Green
Submitted in 2012

Assy Rabeea, supervised by Professor Adrian Zuckerman
Submitted in 2011

​Autonomy and its Relation to Integrity in Politics
Nuggehalli Nigham, supervised by Professor Nicos Stavropoulos
Submitted in 2011

Defences and Defeaters
Luís Duarte d'Almeida, supervised by Professor John Gardner
Submitted in 2011
 
 
Practical Reason and the Separation of Powers
Paul Yowell, supervised by Professor John Finnis
Submitted in 2010
 
The Democratic Objection to Judicial Review
Patrick O’Brien, supervised by Professor Leslie Green
Submitted in 2010
 
Legal Directives in the Realm of Practical Reason
Noam Gur, supervised by Professor Julie Dickson
Submitted in 2010
 
Autonomy, Well-Being and the Law
Konstantinos Kalliris, supervised by Professor Pavlos Eleftheriadis
Submitted in 2010