Steven Vaughan and Brad Jessup, ‘Backstreet’s Back Alright: London’s LGBT + Nightlife Spaces and a Queering of Planning Law and Planning Practices’ Chapter 3 in Taking English Planning Law Scholarship Seriously (2022, UCL Press) (eds M Lee and C Abbot).
L M Shirley, Miranda Aprile, Hayley Byrne, Brad Jessup and Shuai Liu, ‘Unwrapping Victoria’s general environmental duty to plastics communities: Synthetic statutes’ (2022) Alternative Law Journal 47(3): 204.
Brad Jessup, ‘Encounters with Materiality: Planning Regulation and Non-Participation in Australia‘. Chapter 5 in Planning as Regulation: Practice, Institutions and Materiality (2021, Routledge) (eds Y Rydin, R Beauregard, M Cremaschi and L Lieto).
Brad Jessup, ‘Gender and Queer Perspectives on the Sustainable Development Paradigm for Environmental Law’. Chapter 7 in International Women’s Rights Law and Gender Equality: Making Domestic Law Work for Women (2021, Taylor and Francis) (ed R Vijeyarasa).
Brad Jessup, ‘Law Underground: The Legal Geographies of Gas Transmission Pipeline Risk Regulation’. Chapter 26 in Handbook on Space, Place and Law (2021, Edward Elgar) (eds R Bartel and J Carter).
Brad Jessup ‘Statues and Status: The Legal Geography of Landscape Values and Belonging‘ (2020) University of Western Australia Law Review 48(1), 140.
Brad Jessup, ‘A consideration of love’ (2020) Alternative Law Journal 45(1) 66.
Cobi Calyx, Brad Jessup and Mona Sihombing, ‘Asserting Land Rights Through Technology and Democratic Expression: The Effect of the Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago v Indonesia Case’. Chapter 3 in Legal Geography: Perspectives and Methods (2019, Routledge) (eds J Gillespie, T O’Donnell and D Robinson).
Brad Jessup, A New Justice for Australian Environmental Law (PhD Thesis, ANU, 2019).
Cobi Calyx and Brad Jessup, ‘Nuclear Citizens Jury: From local deliberations to transboundary and transgenerational legal dilemmas‘ (2019) Environmental Communication 13(4), 491.
Brad Jessup, ‘Trajectories of Environmental Justice – From Histories to Futures and the Victorian Environmental Justice Agenda‘ (2017) Victoria University Law and Justice Journal 7(1), 48.
Brad Jessup and Claire Carroll, ‘The Sustainability Business Clinic – Australian Clinical Legal Education for a “New Environmentalism” and New Environmental Law’ (2017) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 36(4), 542.
Brad Jessup, Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel, ‘Special Issue Editorial – Frontiers in Environmental Law’ (2017) Environmental and Planning Law Journal 36(4), 469.
Marion Manifold and Brad Jessup, ‘Shifts in Victorian climate law and the planning system: Intersected views from the field and academia‘ (2016) UNSW Law Journal 39(4), 1652.
Brad Jessup and Clare McIlwraith, ‘The sexual legal geography in Comcare v PVYW‘ (2015) UNSW Law Journal 38(4), 1484.
Brad Jessup, ‘Justice, recognition and environmental law: The Wielangta Forest conflict, Tasmania, Australia’ (2015) University of Tasmania Law Review 34(1), 5.
Brad Jessup and Annette Jones, ‘In one ear and out the other: Human rights consultations and environmental discourses for human rights in Australasia’. Chapter 13 in Research Handbook on Human Rights and the Environment (2015, Edward Elgar) (eds A Grear and L Kotze).
Brad Jessup, ‘The court hurts: A personal reflection on Commonwealth v ACT (Same Sex Marriage case)’ (2014) Alternative Law Journal 39(1), 45.
Brad Jessup, ‘Environmental justice as spatial and scalar justice: A regional waste facility or a local rubbish dump out of place?’ (2013) McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy 9(2), 69.
Brad Jessup, ‘The Californian Global Warming Solutions Act, climate justice and objections to cap-and-trade’ (2013) Australian Environment Review 28(7), 684.
Tannetje Bryant, Brad Jessup, Quang Nguyen and Elodie Baquerot, ‘Vietnam’ in International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Environmental Law (2013) (ed K Deketelaere).
Brad Jessup and Kim Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (2012, Cambridge).
Brad Jessup, ‘The journey of environmental justice through public and international law‘. Chapter 2 in Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (2012, Cambridge) (eds B Jessup and K Rubenstein).
Brad Jessup and Kim Rubenstein, ‘Using discourse theory to untangle public and international environmental law‘. Introduction in Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (2012, Cambridge) (eds B Jessup and K Rubenstein).
Brad Jessup and Anna Lark, Impact of Land Use Intensification Around Pipelines, Report to the Energy Pipelines CRC (20 February 2012).
Brad Jessup, Environmental Law (LexisNexis Case Summaries) (2012).
Brad Jessup and Tim Power, ‘Marine parks and reserves’. Chapter 11 in Australian Coastal and Marine Law (2011) (eds D Rothwell and R Baird).
Brad Jessup, ‘The Port Phillip Channel Deepening Project and environmental law: A model for ecologically sustainable development?’ Chapter 22 in Marine Resources Management (2010, Lexis Nexis) (eds W Gullett, C Schofield and J Vince).
Brad Jessup, ‘Investing the law with an environmental ethic: Using an environmental justice theory for change’. Chapter 2 in Environmental Law, Ethics and Governance (2010) (ed E Techera).
Brad Jessup, ‘Victoria and the Channel Deepening Project’. Chapter 5 in Mills, Mines & Other Controversies: The Environmental Assessment of Major Projects (2010, Federation Press) (eds T Bonyhady and A Macintosh).
Brad Jessup, ‘Plural and hybrid environmental values in the policy making process: A discourse analysis of the wind energy conflict in Victoria, Australia and United Kingdom’ (2010) Environmental Politics 19(1), 21.
Donald Rothwell and Brad Jessup, ‘The limits of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park: Defining bays and redefining regulatory control’ (2009) Federal Law Review 37(1), 21.
Brad Jessup, ‘The environment: How does the law contribute to its protection and what more can be done?’ (2008) Legaldate 20(4), 1.
Brad Jessup, When environmentalists collide: understanding conflicting views and values of environmentalists to wind energy (2007) Unpublished Masters dissertation. Submitted for Master of Philosophy in Environment, Society, and Development at The University of Cambridge.
Tannetje Bryant, Brad Jessup and Elodie Baquerot, ‘The implementation of international environmental treaties in Vietnam’ (2006) International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability 2(2), 1.
Tannetje Bryant and Brad Jessup, ‘Fragmented pragmatism: The conclusion and adoption of international treaties in Vietnam’ Chapter 13 in Asian Socialism and Legal Change: The Dynamics of Vietnamese and Chinese Reform (2005) (eds J Gillespie and P Nicholson).
John Taberner, Mark Dwyer, Tim Power, Tony van Merwyk and Brad Jessup, ‘EPBC Act: Must the Minister assess indirect environmental impacts of referred actions?’ (2004) Local Government Reporter 2(7), 110.
Tim Power, Rebecca Campbell and Brad Jessup, ‘Lease arrangements for green commercial buildings’ (2004) Australian Property Law Bulletin 19(3), 29.
Tannetje Bryant and Brad Jessup, ‘The status of international environmental treaties in Vietnam’ (2002) Asia Pacific Law Review 10(2), 117.
Brad Jessup and David Mercer, ‘Energy policy in Australia: a comparison of environmental considerations in New South Wales and Victoria’ (2001) Australian Geographer 32(1), 7.
Brad Jessup, ‘Five years on: A critical evaluation of the Racial Hatred Act 1995’ (2001) Deakin Law Review 6(1), 93.