Citation for an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws, The Australian National University
Publications in honour of Leslie Zines
- 2010. Lindell, Geoffrey. Leslie Zines - from a Personal Perspective. Federal Law Review, Volume 38 Issue 3. A special issue in Honour of Professor Leslie Zines on his 80th birthday.
- 2010. Stapleton, J. Factual Causation. Federal Law Review, Vol. 38, 467. A special issue in Honour of Professor Leslie Zines on his 80th birthday.
Professor Zines' home page at ANU
Zines' Views on Australian federalism
"What the Courts have done to Australian Federalism", Papers on Parliament No. 13, November 1991, Australian House of Representatives
PhD widely citing Zines
Dillon, Anthony Matthew (2005) A response to the jurisprudence of the High Court in the 'implied rights cases': an autochthonous Australian constitution, popular sovereignty and individual rights. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Conference on Copyright, Sydney 2009
Copyright future copyright freedom: marking the 40th anniversary of the commencement of Australia's Copyright Act 1968. Edited by Brian Fitzgerald and Benedict Atkinson, Sydney University Press. ISBN: 9781920899714
If copyright law does not liberate us from restrictions on the dissemination of knowledge, if it does not encourage expressive freedom, what is its purpose?
This volume offers the thinking and suggestions of some of the finest minds grappling with the future of copyright regulation. The Copyright Future Copyright Freedom conference held in 2009 at Old Parliament House Canberra brought together Lawrence Lessig, Julie Cohen, Leslie Zines, Adrian Sterling, Sam Ricketson, Graham Greenleaf, Anne Fitzgerald, Susy Frankel, John Gilchrist, Michael Kirby and others to share the rich fruits of their experience and analysis. Zines, Sterling and Gilchrist outline their roles in the genesis and early growth of Australian copyright legislation, enriching the knowledge of anyone asking urgent questions about the future of information regulation.