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Russell, E. K., Phillips, T., Gaylor, A. and Trabsky, M., ‘‘‘It is not about punishment, it’s about protection’: Policing ‘vulnerabilities’ and the securitisation of public health in the COVID-19 pandemic’,
Criminology & Criminal Justice (2022), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/17488958221120480
Trabsky, M. 2022, ‘The Neoliberal Rationality of Voluntary Assisted Dying’ in D. J. Fleming & D. J. Carter (eds), Voluntary Assisted Dying: Law? Health? Justice?, ANU Press, Canberra, pp. 95-111.
Trabsky, M. 2019, Law and the Dead: Technology, Relations and Institutions, Routledge, New York.
Trabsky, M. 2016, ‘The Coronial Manual and the Bureaucratic Logic of the Coroner’s Office’, International Journal of Law in Context, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 195-209.
Goldenfein, J., Petersen, L. and Trabsky, M., ‘Pour un musée des accidents juridiques’ in Accidens (Editions de l’Atelier de recherche temporelle, 2022) [Translation of ‘Curating a Museum of Legal Accidents’], 34-47.
Trabsky, M. 2021, ‘Normalising Death in the Time of a Pandemic’, Oñati Socio-Legal Series, vol. 12, no. 3 (2022), pp. 540-555.
Trabsky, M. 2017, ‘Walking with the Dead: Coronial Law and Spatial Justice in the Necropolis’ in C. Butler & E. Mussawir (eds), Spaces of Justice: Peripheries, Passages, Appropriations, Routledge, New York, pp. 94-109.
Trabsky, M. & Baron, P. 2016, ‘Negotiating Grief and Trauma in the Coronial Jurisdiction’, Journal of Law and Medicine, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 582-594.
Trabsky, M. ‘The queen’s death certificate says she died of ‘old age’. But what does that really mean?’,
30 September 2022.
‘Died from’ or ‘died with’ COVID-19? We need a transparent approach to counting coronavirus deaths
Marc Trabsky and Courtney Hempton write about COVID-19 death statistics
for The Conversation
Without more detail, it’s premature to say voluntary assisted dying laws in Victoria are ‘working well’
Marc Trabsky and Courtney Hempton write about voluntary assisted dying laws for The Conversation
Marc Trabsky discusses his research for La Trobe University's
'Connected' webinar series
Trabsky, M. 2015, ‘The Custodian of Memories: Coronial Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Melbourne’, Griffith Law Review, vol. 24, no. 2,
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