1) DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley, DW Arner, & JN Barberis, “From FinTech to TechFin: The Regulatory Challenges of Data-Driven Finance”, (with Ross Buckley, Douglas Arner, Janos Barberis), accepted for publication by New York University J. Law & Bus. - forthcoming Winter 2017-18
2) DW Arner, DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, “FinTech and RegTech: Enabling Innovation while Preserving Financial Stability” accepted for publication by the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, for a symposium issue, forthcoming Fall issue, 2017.
3) DA Zetzsche, DW Arner, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, “FinTech, RegTech and Smart Regulation? - - Of Deregulation, Leniency, Piloting and Regulatory Sandboxes”, article manuscript almost complete and ready for submission to a leading journal.
4) D Zetzsche, R Buckley, D Arner, “The Distributed Liability of Distributed Ledgers: Legal Risks of Blockchain”, Working Paper almost completed.
5) John Flood, ‘Foreword: Professions as Contingent Structures in a Perilous World’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 211.
6) Justine Rogers, Dimity Kingsford Smith and John Chellew, ‘The Large Professional Service Firm: A New Force in the Regulative Bargain’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 218.
7) Hugh Breakey and Charles Sampford, ‘Employed Professionals’ Ethical Responsibilities in Public Service and Private Enterprise: Dilemma, Priority and Synthesis’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 262.
8) Graham Greenleaf, ‘Review Essay: Technology and the Professions: Utopian and Dystopian Futures’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 302.
9) Hugh Breakey, ‘Building Ethics Regimes: Capabilities, Obstacles and Supports for Professional Ethical Decision-Making’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 322.
10) John K Morgan and Pamela Hanrahan, ‘Professional Indemnity Insurance: Compensating Consumers and Regulating Professionals’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 353.
11) Hugh Breakey and Charles Sampford, ‘National Exams as a Tool for Improving Standards: Can Australian Financial Advisors Take a Leaf from the Professionals’ Book?’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 385.
12) Dimity Kingsford Smith, Justine Rogers and Thomas Clarke ‘Banking and the Limits of Professionalism’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal, 411-455.
13) Scott Donald, ‘The application of the Basel III framework to the cash deposits held by APRA-regulated superannuation funds’ (2017) 28(1) Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice 33.
14) Scott Donald, ‘The world according to Bernie’ (2017) 29(3) Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin 39.
15) Scott Donald, ‘On rights, powers and duties’ (2017) 29(4) Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin 59.
16) Deborah Healey and Rob Nicholls, ‘Enhancing Competition: Challenges for Australian Retail Banking’ (2017) 28 Journal of Banking and Finance: Law and Practice 48.
17) Rob Nicholls, ‘Rights and Wrongs for Implanting Military RFID’ (2017) 36(1) IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 48.
18) Martin Cave and Rob Nicholls, ‘The use of spectrum auctions to attain multiple objectives: Policy Implications’ (2017) 41 (5–6) Telecommunications Policy, 367.
19) Rob Nicholls, ‘The Australian Telecommunications Regulatory Environment: An Overview’ (2017) 4(4) Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy 196.
20) Nehme M, ‘The rise of crowd equity funding: where to now? (2017) International Journal of Law in Context 1-24.
21) Armson E, ‘Flexibility in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 460.
22) Kemp KR, "'The Big Chill'? A Comparative Analysis of Effects-Based Tests for Misuse of Market Power" (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journl 493.
1) Scott Donald, ‘Climate Change and fiduciary investors: weathering a disaster scenario’ in Rosemary Lyster and Rob Verchick (eds.) Climate Disaster Law: Barriers and Opportunities (Edward Elgar: forthcoming in 2017).
2) Dimity Kingsford Smith and Olivia Dixon, “What Next for the Financial Consumer: More disclosure? Caveat Vendor? Fin-Tech Online?’ in Howells, Ramsay and Wilhelmsson (eds) Handbook of Research on International Consumer Law (forthcoming 2017)