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Author: Henning, T (Associate Professor Terese Henning)

Number of items: 101

Journal Article
Henning, T, Ameliorating vulnerability arising from involvement with criminal courts, Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2, (3) pp. 185-195. ISSN 2056-3841 (2016) [Refereed Article] 
Gogarty, B and Williams, G and Tate, M and Sealy, L and Clark, D and Henning, T and Hilkemeijer, A and Stokes, M and Herr, R and Patmore, P and Verney, M and Bartl, B and Gates, S, Consensus statement on the Reform of the Tasmanian Constitution, University of Tasmania Law Review, 35, (1) pp. 1-6. ISSN 0082-2108 (2016) [Refereed Article]
Bowden, P and Henning, T and Plater, DJ, Balancing fairness to victims, society and defendants in the cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses: an impossible triangulation?, Melbourne University Law Review, 37, (3) pp. 539-584. ISSN 0025-8938 (2014) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Obtaining the best evidence from children and witnesses with cognitive impairments - 'plus ca change' or prospects new?, Criminal Law Journal, 37, (3) pp. 155-174. ISSN 0314-1160 (2013) [Refereed Article] 
Griggs, L and Henning, T and Prichard, J, Does the despoiler of water have a proprietary right in the Commingled Product? implications for Property Law and Criminal Procedure, Monash University Law Review, 38, (3) pp. 35-54. ISSN 0311-3140 (2012) [Refereed Article]
Cashman, K and Henning, T, Lawyers and DNA: Issues in understanding and challenging the evidence, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 24, (1) pp. 69-83. ISSN 1034-5329 (2012) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Control of cross-examination - A snowflake's chance in hell?, Criminal Law Journal, 30, (3) pp. 133-137. ISSN 0314-1160 (2006) [Letter or Note in Journal]
Henning, T, One Little Smack - Will you be in the Slammer?, Criminal Law Journal, 27, (6) pp. 293-302. ISSN 0314-1160 (2003) [Letter or Note in Journal]
Blackwood, JB and Henning, T, The Rules of Evidence and the right to procedural fairness in proceedings of four Tasmanian quasi-judicial tribunals, Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 10, (2) pp. 84-106. ISSN 1320-7105 (2003) [Refereed Article]
Blackwood, JB and Henning, T, Tribunals' power to control their own procedures and the requirements of procedural fairness, Australian Journal of Administrative Law, 11, (1) pp. 5-33. ISSN 1320-7105 (2003) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Beyond 'Beyond ReasonableDoubt': Wrong Decisions in Sexual Offences Trials, Australian Journal of Law and Society, 15 pp. 1-41. ISSN 0729-3356 (2001) [Refereed Article]
Henning, T, Rape (Pafitis), Criminal Law Journal, 25, (3) pp. 162-169. ISSN 0314-1160 (2001) [Contribution to Refereed Journal] 
Henning, T, Consent and mistaken belief in consent in Tasmanian sexual offences trials, University of Tasmania Law School Ocassional Paper Series, 6, (6) pp. 1-152. ISSN 1038-1627 (2000) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Judicial Summation: The Trial Judge's Version of the Facts or the Chimera of Neutrality, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 12, (2) pp. 169-210. ISSN 0952-8059 (1999) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T and Freckelton, I, Speculation uncorroborated opinions and forensic expertise in child sex prosecutions, Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 6, (1) pp. 105-116. ISSN 1321-8719 (1999) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Duniam, Criminal Law Journal, 22, (3) pp. 175-180. ISSN 0314-1160 (1998) [Letter or Note in Journal] 
Henning, T and Freckelton, I, Lies, Personality Disorders and Expert Evidence: New Developments in the Law, Psychiarty, Psychology and Law, 5, (2) pp. 271-283. ISSN 1321-8719 (1998) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Consent in Sexual Offences Cases: the continuing construction, Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal , (3) pp. 4-14. ISSN 1327-5550 (1997) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, Hidden Factors in the Assessment of Offenders for Community Service Orders in Tasmania, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 8, (3) pp. 287-316. ISSN 1034-5329 (1997) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics, Volumes 1 and 2, Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal, (3) pp. 52-54. ISSN 1327-5550 (1997) [Letter or Note in Journal] 
Henning, T, Attorney General's Reference No 2 of 1993; Re Mansell, Criminal Law Journal, 19, (2) pp. 100-105. ISSN 0314-1160 (1995) [Letter or Note in Journal] 
Henning, T, Psychological Explanations in Sentencing Women in Tasmania, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 28, (3) pp. 298-322. ISSN 0004-8658 (1995) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T, A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous thing or When is an Arrest Not an Arrest, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 6, (1) pp. 90-106. ISSN 1034-5329 (1994) [Refereed Article] 
Henning, T and Snell, R, The APPM Strike: An Exercise in Police Discretion; A Poor Example of Judicial Oversight, The Bond Law Review ISSN 1033-4505 (1993) [Refereed Article] 
Book
Hunter, J and Henning, T and Edmond, G and McMahon, R and Metzger, J and San Roque, M, The Trial: Principles, Process and Evidence, The Federation Press, Australia, pp. 696. ISBN 9781760020262 (2015) [Authored Research Book] 
Gans, J and Henning, T and Hunter, J and Warner, K, Criminal Process and Human Rights, The Federation Press, Sydney, pp. 518. ISBN 978-186287-838-9 (2011) [Authored Research Book] 
Hunter, J and Cameron, C and Henning, T, Litigation I: Evidence and Criminal Process, Butterworths / Lexis Nexis, Sydney, pp. 1603. ISBN 0409322687 (2005) [Revision/New Edition] 
Hunter, J and Cameron, C and Henning, T, Litigation II: Civil Procedure, Butterworths / Lexis Nexis, Sydney, pp. 393. ISBN 0409322695 (2005) [Revision/New Edition] 
Warner, K and Henning, T and Davis, J and Porter, D, Sentencing in Tasmania, The Federation Press, Sydney, pp. 476. ISBN 1862873488 (2002) [Revision/New Edition] 
Henning, T, Sexual Reputation and Sexual Experience Evidence in Tasmanian Proceedings Relating to Sexual Offences, University of Tasmania Law School, Hobart, pp. 80. ISBN 1038-1627 (1996) [Authored Research Book] 
Chapter in Book
Henning, T and Hunter, J, Finessing the Fair Trial for Complainants and the Accused: Mansions of Justice or Castles in the Air?, Criminal Evidence and Human Rights: Reimagining Common Law Procedural Traditions, Hart Publishing Ltd, P Roberts and J Hunter (ed), Oxford and Portland, Oregon, pp. 347-368. ISBN 978-1-84946-172-6 (2012) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Vulnerable Suspects and Arrest and Investigative Processes, Policing Vulnerability, The Federation Press, I Bartkowiak-Theron and NL Asquith (ed), Leichhardt, NSW, pp. 214-230. ISBN 978-186287-897-6 (2012) [Research Book Chapter] 
Warner, K and Henning, T, The Criminal Process and Sentencing, Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology, Lawbook Co, Andrew Goldsmith, Mark Israel, Kathleen Daly (ed), Sydney, pp. 305-328. ISBN 0 455 22256 8 (2006) [Revised Book Chapter] 
Henning, T and Warner, K, The Criminal Process and Sentencing, Crime and Justice, An Australian Textbook in Criminology, Lawbook Co, Andrew Goldsmith, Mark Israel, Kathleen Daly (ed), Sydney, pp. 263-283. ISBN 0455218315 (2003) [Other Book Chapter] 
Henning, T and Bronitt, S, Rape victims on trial: Regulating the use and abuse of sexual history evidence, Balancing the Scales: Rape, Law Reform & Australian Culture, Federation Press, Easteal, P (ed), Sydney, pp. 76-93. ISBN 1-86287-304-6 (1998) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Conviction or Non-conviction, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan, J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 9-19. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Intermediate Sentences of Supervised Release, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan, J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 49-95. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Suspended Sentences of Imprisonment, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 97-110. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Unconditional Release, Laws of Australia, Law Book Company Limited, Riordan J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 21-26. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Henning, T, Unsupervised Conditional Release, Laws of Australia, Law book Company Limited, Riordan J; Freckleton, I (ed), Sydney, pp. 27-48. (1996) [Research Book Chapter] 
Review
Henning, T, Mark Findlay, Stephen Odgers and Stanley Yeo, Australian Criminal Justice 1999, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 11, (1) pp. 93. (1999) [Review Single Work] 
Henning, T, Feminism and Criminology, Criminal Law Journal, 22, (3) pp. 181-183. (1998) [Review Single Work] 
Henning, T, The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics, Volumes 1 and 2, Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal, 3 pp. 52-54. (1997) [Review Single Work] 
Conference Publication
Henning, T and Mawad, R, Intermediaries in Australia: Best-Practice for Witnesses with Communication Needs, Australian Association of Crown Prosecutors Annual Conference 2017: Program, 5-7 July 2017, Hobart, Tasmania (2017) [Plenary Presentation]
Henning, T, Law Reform on the Smell of an Oily Rag': The Challenge of Managing Law Reform in Smaller Jurisdictions, Australasian Law Reform Agencies Conference, 2-4 March, Melbourne (2016) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Women in Leadership: Gender Equality and Reform - the Case of the Safe Home, Safe Families Agenda in Tasmania, DFAT Tasmania Office, 3rd June, Hobart (2016) [Keynote Presentation] 
Henning, T, Obtaining the best evidence from witnesses with complex communication needs, Justice Disability Plan Symposium, November, Adelaide (2015) [Keynote Presentation] 
Henning, T, Developing human rights thinking in teaching Australian criminal justice: implications for negotiating vulnerability, Vulnerable People, Criminal Justice and Policing: competing or irreconcilable views? Workshop, 30th October, Adelaide (2014) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Hunter, J, Mainstreaming human rights literacy (and culture) in a wilderness?, Melbourne University Law School, 21st Feb, Melbourne (2014) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Bartkowiak-Theron, I, Recidivist Drink Driving - A Specialist Court for Tasmania, ATDC Conference: Visions and Values - Setting the Scene for the Future, 7-8 May 2014, Hobart (2014) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Existing unidentified measures for obtaining the best evidence from vulnerable complainants in criminal trials in uniform Evidence Act jurisdictions, 26th International Conference: International Responses to Social and Justice Challenges,, 15-18 August, Hobart (2013) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Special Measures for Child Witnesses and Witnesses with Cognitive Impairments, Criminal Evidence and Procedure Workshop, 5-6 Feb, Melbourne University Law School (2013) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Cashman, K and Julian, R and Kelty, S and Henning, T, Lawyers and DNA: Understanding and challenging the evidence, 21st International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences, 23-27 September 2012, Hotel Grand Chancellor, pp. 326. (2012) [Conference Extract] 
Henning, T, Obtaining the Best Evidence from Children and Witnesses with Cognitive Impairments, Judicial Education Seminarof the Supreme Court of Tasmania and the Magistrates Court of Tasmania, 2 March, Hobart (2012) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Hunter, J, An Australian Fair Trial Challenge - Who Are the Losers in Confrontation Law Reform?', Society of Legal Scholars Annual Seminar 2010: Criminal Evidence & Human Rights, 10-11 September, University of Nottingham (2010) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Hunter, J, The Australian Criminal Justice Response to Drug Abuse - Prompting Change, 9-14 March, Oxford University (2008) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Charters of Human Rights: Lessons from the Tasmanian Experience, Charter of Human Rights Roundtable, 2nd June, Sydney (2007) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Unity of the Common Law: Implications for State and Territory Charters of Human Rights, Evidence Colloquium, June, University of New South Wales (2007) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, A Tasmanian Bill of Rights, Australian Bills of Rights, the ACT and Beyond, 21 June 2006, Canberra, pp. 4. (2006) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Blackwood, J, Tribunals' Power to Control Their Own Procedures and the Requirements of Procedural Fairness: Some Issues, Sixth Annual AIJA Tribunals Conference, June, Sydney (2003) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T and Blackwood, JB, The Rules of Evidence and the Right to Procedural Fairness in Proceedings of Four Tasmanian Quasi-Judicial Tribunals, The International Institute of Forensic Studies, 2-5 July 2002, Italy, pp. 42. ISBN 0-9581578-0-4 (2002) [Refereed Conference Paper] 
Blackwood, JB and Henning, T, Examination of the Application of the Rules of Evidence in Quasi-Judicial Tribunals, Fourth Annual AIJA Tribunals Conference, 8 June 2001, Sydney, pp. 1-15. (2001) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Defence tactics in cross-examining complainants in sexual offences cases, National Evidence Teachers Conference, February, Sydney (1999) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Henning, T, Sexual reputation and sexual experience evidence in proceedings relating to sexual offences, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, 12th Annual Conference,, 8-11 July, Brisbane (1997) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Richards, D and Cockburn, H and Wood, H and Henning, T and Newey, B, Consensual Assault Final Report 25, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, May 2018 (2018) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Mawad, R and Brown, K, Facilitating equal access to justice: An intermediary/ communication assistant scheme for Tasmania?, Tasmania Law Reform Institute Final Report No 23, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, January (2018) [Contract Report]
Bradfield, R and Henning, T, Responding to the problem of recidivist drink drivers final report No 24, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, April (2018) [Contract Report]
Ketelaar-Jones, Taya and Cockburn, H and Barns, G and Henning, T, A comparative review of national legislation for the indefinite detention of Dangerous Criminals', Tasmanian Law Reform Institute Research Paper No 4, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Departmen, Tasmania, July (2017) [Contract Report]
Cockburn, H and Henning, T and Newey, B and Richards, D, Consensual Assault, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Australia, Issues Paper No. 24 (2017) [Contract Report]
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T, Responding to the Problem of Recidivist Drink Drivers, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 23, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, May (2017) [Contract Report]
Hanslow, K and Henning, T, Review of the Guardianship and Administration Act 1995 (Tas), Tasmanian Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 25, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, December (2017) [Contract Report]
Jago, C and Warner, K and Henning, T, Bullying: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Final Report No 22, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, January (2016) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Mawad, RJ, Facilitating Equal Access to Justice: An Intermediary/ Communication Assistant Scheme for Tasmania?', Issue Paper No 22, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania, May (2016) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Bartkowiak-Theron, IMF, Therapeutic Justice and Recidivist Drink Drivers: irreconcilable or compatible issues?, TILES Briefing Papers, Tasmania, 11 (2016) [Contract Report] 
Jago, C and Warner, K and Henning, T, Bullying: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 21, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, May (2015) [Contract Report]
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T and Prichard, J and Cockburn, H, Review of the Law Relating to Self-defence: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Final Report No 20, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, October (2015) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Bartkowiak Theron, I, Therapeutic Justice and Recidivist Drink Drivers: irreconcilable or compatible issues?, TILES Briefing Papers, Tasmania, 11 (2015) [Contract Report] 
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T and Prichard, J and Cockburn, H, Review of the Law Relating to Self-defence: Tasmania Law Reform Institute Issues Paper No 20, Tasmanian Attorney-General's Department, Tasmania, November (2014) [Contract Report]
Henning, T, Protecting the Anonymity of Victims of Sexual Crimes Final Report No 19, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania, Nov (2013) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T, The Legal Issues Relating to Same-Sex Marriage Research Paper No 3, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania, Oct (2013) [Contract Report] 
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T, Evidence Act 2001 sections 97, 98 & 101 and Hoch's Case: Admissibility of tendency and coincidence evidence in sexual assault cases with multiple complainants, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Hobart, TLRI Final Report 16 (2012) [Contract Report]
Henning, T and Warner, K, Sexual Offences against Young People: Final Report No 18, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Hobart (2012) [Contract Report] 
Stojcevski, V and Henning, T and Quayle, BK and Newey, B, Consolidation of Arrest Laws In Tasmania, Tasmanian State Government, Hobart, Tasmania, 15 (2011) [Consultants Report]
Bradfield, RJ and Henning, T, Evidence Act 2001 sections 97, 98 & 101 and Hoch's Case: Admissibility of tendency and coincidence evidence in sexual assault cases with multple complainants, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, 15 (2009) [Contract Report]
Henning, T, A Charter of Rights for Tasmania (Final Report), Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 10 (2007) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T, A Charter of Rights for Tasmania (Issues Paper), Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 11 (2006) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T and Stojcevski, V, Consolidation of Arrest Laws in Tasmania, Tasmanian State Government, 10 (2006) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T and Stojcevski, V, Warnings in sexual offences cases relating to delay in complaint, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, Tasmania (2006) [Contract Report] 
Henning, T and Warner, K and Rudolf, JL and Hemming, C, Warnings in sexual offences cases relating to delay in complaint, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, Issue Paper No. 8 (2005) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL, Offending while on bail, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 1 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL and Mackie, KF, The Forfeiture Rule, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 6 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Griggs, LD and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL, Vendor Disclosure, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 5 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Griggs, LD and Chalmers, DRC and Henning, T and Rudolf, JL, Vendor Disclosure, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 6 (2004) [Contract Report] 
Warner, K and Rudolf, JL and Henning, T, Custody, Arrest and Police Bail, Tasmanian Law Reform Institute, 1 (2002) [Consultants Report] 
Warner, K and Rudolf, JL and Henning, T, Physical Punishment of Children, Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 3 (2002) [Consultants Report] 
Henning, T, Sexual Reputation and Sexual Experience Evidence in Tasmanian Proceedings Relating to Sexual Offenders, Justice Department of Tasmania, 4 (1996) [Contract Report] 
Other Public Output
Henning, T and Mawad, R, Talking Point: Justice impossible if victim or suspect cannot communicate, The Mercury, News Corp Australia, Hobart, Tasmania, 13 April (2018) [Newspaper Article]
Ketelaar-Jones, T and Cockburn, H and Henning, T, A comparative review of national legislation for the indefinite detention of dangerous criminals', Tasmania Law Reform Institute, 4 (2017) [Government or Industry Research]
Atkins, KM and Coady, DA and Crowley, CM and Gale, F and Henning, T and Lawrence, PM and Lockwood, M and Malpas, J and Snell, RD and Stamm, M and Stokes, MD and Stratford, E and Warner, K and White, RD and Duncan, P, Academics lash Lennon 'ethics', The Mercury, Davies Brothers (News Limited), Hobart, March 24 (2007) [Newspaper Article] 
Henning, T, Medical Tribunal of Tasmania: Rules of Evidence and procedure and legal Represetation, Medical Council of Tasmania, Medical Council of Tasmania, Tasmania, 1, 1 (1999) [Report of Restricted Access] 
Henning, T, Constraints on the Operation of Community Service Orders in Tasmania, Constraints on the Operation of Community Service Orders in Tasmania, Law Faculty, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 1 (1996) [Report of Restricted Access] 

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