Archives by date
You are browsing the site archives by date.
The Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal (ADRJ) starting publishing in February 1990, and this year has reached its 25th volume. The first ever issue opened with a foreword by the Honourable Sir Laurence Street, who noted: Alternative Dispute Resolution procedures … fill a legitimate place in society’s armoury for the resolution of disputes. They are being ...more
The Australian Law Journal has been recording and analysing legal developments since it started publishing in 1927. We’ve had a look through the online backset on Westlaw AU to find some highlights. In 1928, The Australian Law Journal was still in its first year of publication, and NSW debated whether police should able ...more
Interpretation and Use of Legal Sources – The Laws of Australia, Perry Herzfeld, Thomas Prince and Stephen Tully, Thomson Reuters, Sydney, 2013, 764 pages + cvii tables: ISBN 9780455230979. Softcover $139.95. Reviewed by the Hon Mr Dyson Heydon AC. This work deals with the principles applying to the construction of the Commonwealth, State and Territory ...more
Thomson Reuters and the General Editor of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal, Associate Professor David Lindsay, are pleased to announce that Johnathon Liddicoat and James Longden are the joint winners of the 2013 Australian Intellectual Property Journal essay competition. Reflecting the high level and record number of entries received in 2013, the judging panel, consisting of the ...more
The latest Part of C&SLJ includes the following articles: “When will derivative liability enhance corporate regulatory compliance?” – Daniella Spencer-Laitt; and “Unlisted and unrated debentures – the end, or a new beginning?” – Terence W Wong. Also in this Part are the following sections: Company Law; Securities Industry and Managed Investments; and Shareholders Remedies.
The latest Part of EPLJ includes the following articles: “Between a rock and a hard place: Legislative shortcomings hindering Aboriginal cultural heritage protection” – Alison Packham; “Regulating for groundwater-use efficiency: A toolbox approach based on the experiences of three disparate jurisdictions” – Madeleine Hartley; “Adaptation strategies for biodiversity conservation: Has Australian law got what it takes?” – Phillipa McCormack and Jan McDonald; and “Seeking balance: The promise and reality of biodiversity offsetting” – Peta Norris.
The latest Part of the Local Government Law Journal include the following articles: “Distributive justice, ordinary rates and the categorisation of land for rating purposes in New South Wales: An update” – Guy J Dwyer; and “Retreat from retreat – the backward evolution of sea-level rise policy in Australia, and the implications for local government” – Justine Bell and Mark Baker-Jones. Also in this Part are the Digest of Cases and the Local Government & Planning Law Guide Cases.
The latest Part of ALJ includes the following articles: “Lessons from a “conversation” about restitution” – Hon Justice Susan Kiefel AC; “Murray Gleeson’s contribution to the development of criminal law” – Hon Justice Margaret McMurdo AC; and “Betfair Pty Ltd v Western Australia and the new jurisprudence of section 92” – Michael Coper. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Around the Nation: Western Australia; Personalia; Equity and Trusts; Recent Cases; and Book Reviews.
The latest Part of AJCCL includes the following articles: “False or misleading credence claims: What’s the harm and why should businesses care?” – Felicity Lee; “The far side of the Pilbara: The Productivity Commission on the wrong track?” – Dave Poddar and Angela Flannery; and “Blurring the bright line? Third line forcing revisited” – Justin Lipinski. Also in this Part are the following sections: Authorisations and Notifications; Enforcements and Remedies; Telecommunications; Case Notes; Tribunal Tableaux; Council Considerations; Report from Latin America; and Worth Repeating.
Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Lynden Griggs as a brand new Consumer Issues 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. Lynden Griggs is a ...more