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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.
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Trabsky, M. 2021, ‘Normalising Death in the Time of a Pandemic’, Oñati Socio-Legal Series, vol. 12, no. 3 (2022), pp. 540-555.
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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.
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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?,
The Conversation,
30 September 2022.
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‘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
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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
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Marc Trabsky discusses his research for La Trobe University's 
'Connected' webinar series
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Trabsky, M. 2015, ‘The Custodian of Memories: Coronial Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Melbourne’, Griffith Law Review, vol. 24, no. 2,
pp. 199-220.
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