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McNamara, L. J. and McIntosh, S. (2010) Confidential sources and the legal rights of journalists: re-thinking Australian approaches to law reform. Australian Journalism Review , 32 (1). pp. 81-96. ISSN 0810-2686
McNamara, L. J. (2009) Closure, caution and the question of chilling: How have Australian counter-terrorism laws affected the media? Media & Arts Law Review, 14. pp. 1-30. ISSN 1325-1570
McNamara, L. (2009) Counter-terrorism laws and the media: National security and the control of information. Security Challenges, 5 (3). pp. 95-115. ISSN 1833-1459
McNamara, L. (2009) Counter-terrorism laws: How they affect media freedom and news reporting. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 6 (1). pp. 27-45. ISSN 1744-6708
McNamara, L. (2009) Reporting local terrorism: The media and the state, opinion piece. The Canberra Times (11 August ).
McNamara, L. (2009) Reporting on terrorism cases: From open justice to closed courts. Precedent, 92. pp. 80-88. ISSN 1913-9985
McNamara, L. (2009) Review of Ivan Hare & James Weinstein (eds): Extreme Speech and Democracy, Oxford University Press (2009). Journal of Media Law, 2. pp. 295-303. ISSN 1757-7632
McNamara, L. (2008) Review of Neil Addison, Religious Discrimination and Hatred Law (Routledge Cavendish 2007). Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, 6 (1). ISSN 1361-4169
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McNamara, L. J. (2010) Proxies for the authorities?: using media information in the investigation and prosecution of terrorism offences. In: Lynch, A., McGarrity, N. and Williams, G. (eds.) Counter-Terrorism and beyond: the culture of law and justice after 9/11. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 173-198. ISBN 9780415571753
McNamara, L. (2007) Salvation and the state: Religious vilification laws and religious speech. In: Stone, A. and Gelber, K. (eds.) Hate Speech and Free Speech in Australia. Federation Press, pp. 145-168. ISBN 9781862876538
McNamara, L. (2007) Taking history to court: defamation and revisionism after the David Irving trial. In: Prum, M., Deschamps, B. and Barbier, M.-C. (eds.) Racial, ethnic, and homophobic violence: killing in the name of otherness. Routledge-Cavendish, Abingdon, pp. 31-42. ISBN 9781904385578