Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Employment Discrimination Law in the United Kingdom: Achieving Substantive Equality at Work?’ (2017) 30 Australian Journal of Labour Law 256–74 (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, 'Defining "Discrimination" in UK and Australian Age Discrimination Law' (2017) 43(3) Monash University Law Review 760-795 (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘A Compromised Balance? A Comparative Examination of Exceptions to Age Discrimination Law in Australia and the UK’ (2018) 41(3) Melbourne University Law Review 1085-1120 (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Recent Developments in Australian and New Zealand Age Discrimination Law: A Comparative Perspective’ (2018) 43(2) New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 66-82 (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, '“We are all Entrepreneurs Now”: Options and New Approaches for Adapting Equality Law for the “Gig Economy”’ (2018) 34(4) International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 413-434 (available here).

Dr Dominique Allen and Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Using Empirical Research to Advance Workplace Equality Law Scholarship: Benefits, Pitfalls and Challenges’ (2018) 27(3) Griffith Law Review 337-365 (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Why Mandatory Retirement Ages Should be a Thing of the Past’ on The Conversation (9 April 2018) (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Young Workers and Age Discrimination: Tensions and Conflicts’ (2019) 48(1) Industrial Law Journal 1–33 (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, 'Interrogating the "Dignity" Argument for Mandatory Retirement: An Undignified Development?' (2019) 48(3) Industrial Law Journal 377–415 (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Challenging Discrimination in the Gig Economy’ on Pursuit (6 March 2019) (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, Empirical Research and Workplace Discrimination Law (Brill Research Perspectives Series on Comparative Discrimination Law, 2019, Brill) (available here).

Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Re-Systematising Labour Law: Beyond Traditional Systems Theory and Reflexive Law?’ in Alysia Blackham, Miriam Kullmann and Ania Zbyszewska (eds), Theorising Labour Law in a Changing World: Towards Inclusive Labour Law (2019, Hart).

Dr Dominique Allen and Dr Alysia Blackham, ‘Under Wraps: Secrecy, Confidentiality and the Enforcement of Equality Law in Australia and the UK’ (2019) 43(2) Melbourne University Law Review (in press).

Dr Blackham's full list of publications can be viewed here.