Best Reads of 2016, in Sacred Trespasses
Rochford Street Review
- Cassie Flanagan Willanski, Here Where We Live
- Griffith Review 54, Earthly Delights: The Novella Project IV
- Best Reads of 2015
- Alex Miller, In the Simplest Words
- Lesley and Tammy Williams, Not Just Black and White
- Black Inc, The Best Australian Stories 2015
Newtown Review of Books
The Law Society Journal
Some of her most recent book reviews in The Law Society Journal were:
- Beginners by Raymond Carver, 2010 (48) No 3 The Law Society Journal 87
- Having Cried Wolf by Gretchen Shirm, 2010 (48) No 11 The Law Society Journal 95
- Partitions by Amit Majmudar, 2012 (50) No 3 The Law Society Journal 87
- The Burning Library by Geordie Williamson, 2013 (51) No 4 The Law Society Journal 84
- The Novel Cure by Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin, 2013 (51) No 11 The Law Society Journal 95
So far, Annette has never entered short story competitions or sought to have them published in literary magazines. But two of them are included in anthologies published by writers groups she used to be a member of:
- ‘Nobody Leaves Me Without My Help’, in Turning the Page, Coffs Harbour Writers’ Group, 2006
- ‘Anna’s Alphabet Zone’, in Stories to hang on to, Bellingen Writers’ Group, 2012
Neither, so far, has she entered competitions for personal essays or memoir pieces or sought to have them published in literary magazines. But two of them are included in an anthology published by the Bellingen Writers’ Group:
- ‘How Your Passion Became Mine, Dad’, in 500 Words Or Less, Bellingen Writers’ Group, 2011
- ‘What Did You Do In The War, Dad?’, in 500 Words Or Less, Bellingen Writers’ Group, 2011
During Annette’s 18 years as a legal academic, she taught and edited the course materials for the following subjects:
Introduction to the Australian Legal System; Torts; Comparative Law; Japanese Law; and Asian Legal Systems and Business Laws.
She also taught Litigation.
Of almost 50 legal publications during that period, including conference papers and book reviews, many published in legal academic journals, the following two are most important to her:
Her 2010 research report Civil Litigation in New South Wales: Empirical and Analytical Comparisons with Germany (with Ann Eyland, 2010, 576 pages), for which she conducted lengthy interviews with judges and solicitors, took ten years to research and earned her a listing in the 2010 Sydney Morning Herald’s Sydney Magazine’s special issue on Sydney’s 100 most influential people.
Her 1997 article “Access to Justice for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse” (1997) 5 Torts Law Journal 221-254 has been used by numerous solicitors to successfully argue that the limitation periods for their client survivors of child sexual abuse should not be considered expired.