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This issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine includes the following articles: “COVID-19, Negligence and Occupational Health and Safety: Ethical and Legal Issues for Hospitals and Health Centres” – Ian Freckelton QC; “The Lake Alice Hospital Child and Adolescent Unit: Accountability – The Response to Date” – Rosemary L Thomson; “Vaginal Dialogues: The Trials and Tribulations of Mesh in the Repair of Prolapse” – Mike O’Connor and Bill Madden; “Consideration of a Legislative Framework to Support the Diagnostic Odyssey Commonly Encountered in the Instance of Rare Disease” – Marisa Taliangis and Gareth Baynam; “Children of the Dead: Posthumous Conception, Critical Interests and Consent” – Neil Maddox; “Medical Practitioners Who Deny Young Women Sterilisation Surgery “Because They Will Regret It Later”: Patient-centred Practice or Discrimination?” – Joshua Taylor; “Breaches of New Zealand’s Health and Disability Services Consumers’ Rights: Human Rights Review Tribunal Decisions” – Kate Diesfeld, Lois Surgenor and Marta Rychert; “Dancing away from Reform: The Inquest into the Death of Six Patrons of NSW Music Festivals” – Sebastian De Brennan; “Involuntary Sterilisation, Eugenics, and Physician-assisted Dying: Lessons for New Zealand” – Gail Bingham; “Embryonic Regulation and Research: What Is the Status of Human Germline Genome Editing in Australia?” – Rose Burbery; and “Australia after Cresswell and Chapman: A Legal and Regulatory Paradox, or an Opportunity for Uniformity?” – Christopher D Mills.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Law, Global Health, and Sustainable Development: The Lancet Commission on the Legal Determinants of Health” – Belinda Bennett; Legal Issues: “Changing to Deemed Consent for Deceased Organ Donation in the United Kingdom: Should Australia and New Zealand Follow?” – Joanna Manning; Medical Issues: “Surgical Experimentation by John Marion Sims in the Pre-Anaesthetic Era” – Mike O’Connor; Bioethical Issues: “The Voluntary Assisted Dying Law in Victoria – A Good First Step but Many Problems Remain” – Hugh Platt; Complementary Health Issues: “Prohibition Orders and the Regulation of Unregistered Health Practitioners” – Ian Freckelton QC; Technology and Health Law: “Health Care, Technology and Innovation: What’s Law Got to Do with It?” – Bernadette Richards; Mental Health Law Issues: “Preventing Harm to Others as a Criterion for Compulsory Treatment: An Overview of Criticisms and Current Research” – Bernadette McSherry; Health Law Reporter: “Unconventional Practice, “Innovative” Interventions and the National Law” – Cameron Stewart, Ian Kerridge, Catherine Waldby, Wendy Lipworth, Megan Munsie, Tamra Lysaght, Christopher Rudge, Narcyz Ghinea, Lisa Eckstein, Jane Neilsen, Jenny Kaldor and Dianne Nicol; Obituary: Kerry Anne Petersen: 22 December 1945–6 March 2020; Maurice Wallin (1944–2020); and Book Review: “Mental Capacity Law in New Zealand”.
This Part includes the following articles: “The National Disability Insurance Scheme and Administrative Decision-Making: Unique Challenges and Opportunities” – Louise P Bygrave and Ron McCallum; “Australian Tribunals: Impact of Amalgamation” – Robin Creyke; “Administrative Justice and the Legacy of Executive Devolution: Establishing a Tribunals System for Wales” – Sarah Nason and Huw Pritchard; and “Administrative Justice and Tribunals in the United Kingdom: Developments; Procedures; and Reform” – Robert Thomas. Also in this Part is an Editorial: Tribunals – Their Continued Evolution and Reform.
The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes the following articles: “IP Law Reform in Australia: A Story of Mixed Successes and Failures” – Sam Ricketson; and “The Productivity Commission and the Prevalence, Prohibition and Proposed Monitoring of Pay-for-Delay Agreements within Australia: A Comparative Analysis with the United States” – Chantel Cotterell. There is also an Editorial by Dr David Lindsay.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “The Law Of Sorcery In Madayin” – Dr Danial Kelly; “Strategies For Avoiding A Jurisdiction Clause In International Litigation” – James O’Hara; “The Qualification To The Birthright Doctrine And Beyond: The Judicial Attitude To Adapting The Common Law To Australian Conditions” – Dr Sonali Walpola. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Class Actions; Equity and Trusts; and Around the Nation: Tasmania.