Prop L Rev

Research Methods in Property Law: Special Issue

The latest part of the Property Law Review (Volume 3 Part 3) is a Special Issue that explores many different ways of thinking about law and property, and is available for purchase as a standalone part in print or PDF. In this 144pp bumper issue, Guest Editors Professor Sarah Blandy (School of Law, University of Sheffield) and Professor ...more

Invitation for Submissions – Environmental and Planning Law Journal

Invitation for Submissions – Environmental and Planning Law Journal

Are you looking for new avenues in which to share your insights? Have you already written an article on Environmental or Planning Law that you would like to see published, or do you know someone who has? Do you want your name, your institution’s name or your firm’s name recognised for academic and professional leadership ...more

Bill Gough

Dr William (Bill) J Gough joins Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice

Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr William (Bill) J Gough as co-editor of the Securities and Mortgages section in the Journal of Banking & Finance Law & Practice. Bill, previously a partner at Allen Allen & Hemsley and Coudert Brothers, International, is an independent legal consultant specialising in transactional and advisory ...more

NSWLS Young Lawyers Environment & Planning Law Essay Competition

Entries are now open: NSW Young Lawyers Environment & Planning Law Essay Competition

Are you a law student in New South Wales, or a young lawyer under the age of 36 years or with less than five years’ experience? Are you looking for the chance to be published in the highly prestigious Environmental & Planning Law Journal? Then get your entry in for the 2014 Environment and Planning Law Essay ...more

Invitation for Submissions – Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice

Invitation for Submissions – Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice

The Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice is vital reading for all civil dispute practitioners. It uniquely brings together analysis and discussion of many issues in practice, procedure and litigation, and provides a forum to address fundamental change in those areas. The Journal has a broad, practical scope, and is now welcoming articles, comments, case notes and ...more

Intellectual property law – celebrating 25 years of unprecedented growth

This year marks the 25th anniversary of  the founding of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal (AIPJ), Australia’s foremost specialised intellectual property law journal. Associate Professor David Lindsay*, is the fourth person to hold the general editorship in the 25 years in which the journal has been published. David took over the role of General Editor in September 2012 from ...more

New Natural Resources Section coming soon to Property Law Review

New Natural Resources Section coming soon to Property Law Review

Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Samantha Hepburn as a brand new Natural Resources Section Editor for Property Law Review. As part of an ongoing enhancement project, we are commissioning a range of new sections to bring subscribers property law insights from academics and practitioners around Australia and internationally. Professor Samantha Hepburn ...more

Building and Construction Law Journal update: October 2014

The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following: Topic of Interest: “Standard forms of contract in the Australian construction industry: How are they being used?” – John Sharkey AM, Matthew Bell and Wayne Jocic; Article: “Kratos unbound? The new IAMA Arbitration Rules” – Reece Allen and Roger Quick; and Reports for the following cases: Romaldi Constructions Pty Ltd v Adelaide Interior Linings Pty Ltd (No 2); Metier 3 Pty Ltd v Enwerd Pty Ltd; Beyfield Pty Ltd v Northbuild Construction Sunshine Coast Pty Ltd; and Alliance Contracting Pty Ltd v James.

Criminal Law Journal update: October 2014

The latest Part of the Criminal Law Journal includes the following articles: “Financing the smuggling of migrants in Australia” – Andreas Schloenhardt and Thomas Cottrell; “Mandatory jury directions in sexual assault trials in Victoria: Less a model than a cautionary tale?” – Marilyn McMahon and John Willis; and “Enforcing a cone of silence: Difficulties with using criminal law to limit mobile phone use in vehicles in an environment of technological change” – Alex Steel. There is also an editorial on the unprecedented increase in Australian prison numbers and a digest of criminal law cases.