Australian Law Journal, The (ALJ)

About the Journal
As one of the most cited legal journals in Australia, The Australian Law Journal (ISSN: 0004-9611) is the pre-eminent legal journal covering important current and historical legal issues. First published in 1927, each monthly Part contains the “Current Issues”, “Conveyancing and Property”, and “Recent Cases” Sections, along with a number of other informative and interesting Sections, as well as two or three substantial articles written by leading legal practitioners, academics, or prominent members of the judiciary.

General Editor
Justice François Kunc of the Supreme Court of New South Wales (commencing May 2016).

Acting Justice Peter W Young AO of the Supreme Court of New South Wales held the post of ALJ General Editor from 1992 to April 2016.

Assistant General Editors
Angelina Gomez, Lawyer, Perth.
Clare Langford, Lawyer, Sydney.
Ruth Higgins, Barrister, Sydney.
Nuncio D’Angelo, Lawyer, Sydney

Section Editors
Administrative Law – Justice Melissa Perry
Admiralty & Maritime – Dr Damien Cremean
Around the Nation:
     Northern Territory – Acting Justice Dean Mildren RFD
     Queensland – John McKenna QC
Tasmania – Justice Stephen Estcourt
Victoria – Justice Clyde Croft
     Western Australia – Justice Kenneth Martin
Book Reviews – Angelina Gomez
Competition & Consumer Law – Robert Baxt AO
Corporations & Securities – Robert Baxt AO
Constitutional Law – Professor Anne Twomey
Conveyancing & Property – Professor Peter Butt
Crime & Evidence – Justice Priest
Environmental Law – Justice Rachel Pepper
Equity & Trusts – Justice Mark Leeming
Family Law – Dr Anthony Dickey QC
Human Rights – Professor Simon Rice
International Focus – Professor Ryszard Piotrowicz
Overseas Law – Professor Colin Picker
Personalia – Clare Langford

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Contents listing
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The Australian Law Journal: Farewell reception for The Hon Acting Justice Peter W Young AO

The Australian Law Journal: Farewell reception for The Hon Acting Justice Peter W Young AO

Members of the bench, bar, academia and all walks of the legal profession gathered for a historic occasion to mark the retirement of the longest-serving General Editor of the The Australian Law Journal, the Hon Acting Justice Peter Wolstenholme Young AO, at a farewell reception held on Wednesday 27th April at the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Acting Justice Young served on the bench ...more