Forthcoming: Rather His Own Man: Reliable Memoirs (Penguin Random House, February 2018)

The Inconvenient Genocide: Who Now Remembers the Armenians? (Random House, 2014)

Stephen Ward was Innocent, OK: The Case for Overturning his Conviction (Biteback, 2013)

Dreaming Too Loud (Random House, 2013)

Mullahs Without Mercy: Human Rights and Nuclear Weapons (Random House, 2012)

The Case of the Pope (Penguin, 2010)

The Statute of Liberty: How Australians can take back their rights (Vintage,2009)

Geoffrey Robertson presents The Levellers – The Putney Debates (Verso, 2007)

The Tyrannicide Brief (Chatto & Windus, 2005, Vintage 2006)
‘The Tyrannicide Brief’ Press Release here…
Reviews of ‘The Tyrannicide Brief’ here…
‘What the regicides did for us’; History Today, Oct. 2005
– ‘John Cooke – A Life in Brief’; Counsel, Sept. 2005.

Crimes Against Humanity – The Struggle for Global Justice (Alan Lane, 1999; revised 2000 (Penguin paperback); US edition published by the New Press, 2000; Indonesian edition, 2001; 3rd edition, 2006 (Penguin and New Press))

The Justice Game (Memoir published in 1998 by Chatto; Viking edition 1999)

Media Law (with Andrew Nicol QC) (Sweet and Maxwell March 2008; Penguin 5th edition, September 2007)

Freedom the Individual and the Law (Penguin, 1993 (7th ed))

Geoffrey Robertson’s Hypotheticals – A New Collection (ABC, 1991)

Does Dracula Have Aids? (Angus and Robertson, 1987)

Geoffrey Robertson’s Hypotheticals (Angus and Robertson, 1986)

People Against the Press (Quartet, 1983)

Obscenity (Wiedenfeld and Nicolson, 1979)

Reluctant Judas (Temple-Smith, 1976)