The first Part of Volume 2 of Family Law Review opens with an Editorial and a Tribute to Ray Watson, followed by articles on the history of the Family Law Act and the Family Court and the therapeutic justice origins of the Family Court. There is also a range of sections including Child Support Update, Family Dispute Resolution, International Family Law and Recent Cases.
The final Part for Volume 39 of the Australian Business Law Review includes articles on increased private enforcement of cartel laws in Australia, deductibility of interest and the evolution of Australia’s harmonised OHS laws. There is also a Competition Law and Market Regulation section and a Banking and Finance section.
The second Part for Volume 22 of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes articles by Sarah Bennett regarding the compatibility of plain packaging with TRIPs and an article by Jani McCutcheon critically considering the originality threshold in two important cases for IP law. This Part also includes a Topic of Interest from Mark Sumptor discussing IP and competition law.
THEMATIC ISSUE: NEW PARADIGMS IN POLICING IN AUSTRALIA Profiling research from the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security The December issue of the Criminal Law Journal (Volume 35 Part 6) is a special thematic issue put together by our Guest Editor, Professor Simon Bronitt, Director of the Australian Research Council Centre of ...more
The final Part for 2011 of The Queensland Lawyer includes articles on the practical impact of the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 (Qld) and pool safety in Queensland. There are also several section notes on a wide variety of subjects, including Administrative Law, Conveyancing and Property Law, Criminal Law, Industrial Law and Tort Law. There is also a book review and two reports.
The last Part of Volume 22 of the Public Law Review includes a wide range of material relevant to public law. The Comments section includes pieces on plain packaging on tobacco products, the uses and abuses of prorogation and consequences of Wainohu v NSW. The three articles tackle legal recognition of same-sex unions in Australia, government community service contracts and taxation by administrative discretion, as well as three separate commentaries on this article. There is also a developments section and a book review.
The December 2011 Part of Online Currents contains the usual mix of articles and section notes. This month the articles cover readers’ advisory tools, how academic institutions approach plagiarism, an overview of different puzzles that benefit learning, how to search for convict ancestors online and recent seminars held by AGLIN and HLA. Also included are several informative section notes such as Company News, Around the Blogs and Conferences, Meetings and Seminars.
The first Part for Volume 19 of the Australian Journal of Administrative Law includes articles on the obligation of public authorities to consider human rights under the Victorian Charter and the history and development of illogicality as a species of jurisdictional error at common law. This Part also includes Casenotes, Civil and Political Rights and book reviews.
The last issue of AJCCL for 2011 includes an article and several sections on different aspects of competition and consumer law. The article comes from David Brewster and Verity Quinn and examines partial shareholdings and minority interests in mergers. The sections include Restrictive Trade Practices, Comments from Commerce, Reports from New Zealand, Latin America and Russia, Worth Repeating, Odds and Ends, plus much more!