Julia Tolmie

University of Auckland

Associate Professor

Private Bag 92019

Auckland

New Zealand

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

8

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Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

Defending Battered Women on Trial: The Battered Woman Syndrome and its Limitations

Elizabeth Sheehy, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie, "Defending Battered Women on Trial: The Battered Woman Syndrome and Its Limitations” 16:6 Criminal Law Review, 1992 ,
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 04 Jul 2013
Elizabeth A. Sheehy, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
University of Ottawa - Common Law Section, University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 256 (55,893)

Abstract:

battered women syndrome, Australian courts, women, women who kill a violent man, violent man, women-blaming stereotypes

2.

Domestic Violence and Child Contact Arrangements

Australian Journal of Family Law, Vol. 17, pp. 93-133, 2003, Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 08/18
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 17 Jan 2008
Miranda Kaye, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
The University of Sydney Law School, University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 211 (101,396)
Citation 2

Abstract:

Domestic violence, separation, child contact, family law, protection orders

3.

Defending Battered Women on Charges of Homicide: The Structural and Systemic Versus the Personal and Particular

WOMEN, MENTAL DISORDER AND THE LAW, Wendy Chan, Dorothy E. Chunn and Robert Menzies, eds., pp. 191-210, Glasshouse Press, London, 2005, Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 07/26
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 08 May 2007
Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 193 (116,693)

Abstract:

battered women,domestic violence,homicide,defences,structural disadvantage

4.

Battered Women Charged with Homicide: Advancing the Interests of Indigenous Women

Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 138-161, 2008, Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 09/03
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 21 Jan 2009
Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 161 (137,205)
Citation 1

Abstract:

Battered women, homicide, Indigenous women, plea bargaining, sentencing

5.

Domestic Violence, Separation and Parenting: Negotiating Safety Using Legal Processes

Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 73-94, 2003, Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 09/04
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 20 Apr 2005 Last Revised: 27 Jan 2009
Miranda Kaye, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
The University of Sydney Law School, University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 67 (251,956)

Abstract:

Domestic violence, separation, parenting, legal processes, family law, criminal law

6.

Defences to Homicide for Battered Women: A Comparative Analysis of Laws in Australia, Canada and New Zealand

(2012) 34 Sydney Law Review 467, UNSW Law Research Paper No. 2013-7
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 07 Feb 2013 Last Revised: 28 Jun 2013
Elizabeth A. Sheehy, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
University of Ottawa - Common Law Section, University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 61 (196,676)

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7.

Battered Women Charged with Homicide in Australia, Canada and New Zealand: How Do They Fare?

Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, December 2012, 45: 383-399, UNSW Law Research Paper No. 2013-8
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 07 Feb 2013 Last Revised: 05 May 2014
Elizabeth A. Sheehy, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
University of Ottawa - Common Law Section, University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 44 (293,712)

Abstract:

homicide, battered women, plea bargaining, domestic violence, defences

8.

Securing Fair Outcomes for Battered Women Charged with Homicide: Analysing Defence Lawyering in R v Falls

(2014) 38 Melbourne University Law Review 666., UNSW Law Research Paper No. 2015-05
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 02 Feb 2015 Last Revised: 25 Feb 2015
Elizabeth A. Sheehy, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
University of Ottawa - Common Law Section, University of New South Wales (UNSW, Australia) - Faculty of Law and University of Auckland
Downloads 30 (301,415)

Abstract:

battered women, homicide, self defence, R v Falls