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  • Melissa Crouch (2017) Professional Legal Education in Commercial and Corporate Law in Myanmar: An Assessment of the Legal Profession, the Attorney General's Office and the Courts. Asian Development Bank. pp 1-50.
  • Melissa Crouch (2017) Principles and Processes of Constitutional MakingInternational Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, Yangon.
  • Melissa Crouch (2016) Report on Constitutional Law in Myanmar: Curriculum Guidelines, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, Yangon.
  • Melissa Crouch (2015) Best Practise in Administrative Law: Options for Myanmar. December 2015. commissioned by UNDP Rule of Law Program, Yangon. [translated into Burmese]
  • Melissa Crouch (2014) 'Access to Justice and Administrative Law in Myanmar. USAID/Tetra Tech DPK, Promoting the Rule of Law Project. 
  • Melissa Crouch (2013) 'Trials of People Smugglers in Indonesia' Policy Paper, Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society, University of Melbourne [with Antje Missbach].
  • Bill Collopy and Melissa Crouch (2011) People of Burma in Melbourne: Perspectives of a Refugee Community. (May) Dandenong: South Eastern Region Migrant Resource Centre.
  • Melissa Crouch (2009) 'Indonesia, militant Islam and Ahmadiyah: Origins and implicationsARC Federation Fellowship ‘Islam, Shariah and Governance’ Background Paper Series No 4.
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