© 2017 Sebastian De Brennan. Barrister at Law

PUBLICATIONS, PAPERS & OPINION PIECES

 

De Brennan, S. 'Reviewing the reviewers: EPAC and the 2019 Tedeschi Report' Education Review, September 17, 2019.  

Sebastian De Brennan & Dr Breshna Zakarya 'TYLA (Turning Young Lives Around)' Program, Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney Law School, University of Sydney, 1-3 October, 2014.

De Brennan, S. ‘Freezing notices and confiscation powers: New punitive roles for police?’ (2011) Criminal Law Journal, Volume 35, page 345-360.
 

De Brennan, S. ‘A Beginners Guide to Asset Confiscation’ invited speaker at the Australian Defence Lawyers Association (ADLA) Inaugural Conference, Gold Coast, 1 April 2011.
 

De Brennan, S. ‘A Tainted Act: Exploring the human rights implications of Asset Confiscation Legislation’, Griffith University, Brisbane, 18 November 2010.
 

De Brennan, S. ‘Human Rights: The forgotten Asia Pacific debate’ Lawyers Weekly, 9 April 2010 at p. 13.


Contributing editor, Legal Secretary’s Handbook 9 th Edition (2010), Law Society of NSW (chapter on Litigation and Criminal Law practice): pp 127-157.
 

De Brennan, S. Book review - Geoffrey Robertson, “The Statute of Liberty – How Australians can take back their rights” (2009) Australian Journal of Human Rights: 213-221.
 

De Brennan, S. ‘Working for the Region: Pro Bono, Access to Justice and the University of Western Sydney’ Newcastle Law Review (2005-6) 9: 19-44.
 

De Brennan, S. ‘Rethinking pro bono: students lending a legal hand’ (2005) 15 (1) Legal Education Review: 25-60.
 

De Brennan, S., ‘IR Reforms: Is Gen Y to be our next beast of burden’ Canberra Times, 25 November 2005, p.13.