The May 2011 issue of the Australian Journal of Administrative Law includes articles and sections on a range of interesting topics, including migration jurisprudence in the High Court, the implications of ministerial interference for tribunal independence and the concept of jury secrecy in light of administrative law principles.
The May 2011 issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes articles on several interesting aspects of environmental law. There are articles on law reform for natural resource management, Australian responsibilities with the burgeoning marine bioprospecting industry, a legal assessment of the NSW coastal planning system and regulation of tree clearing as a means of meeting Kyoto targets.
The May 2011 Issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes articles on the whether or not litigation funders add value to corporate governance in Australia and how private equity deals have been subject to increased academic, professional and policy interest. This Part also includes a note about Directors’ duties and corporate governance as well as an Overseas Note from New Zealand.
The May 2011 Issue of the Australian Tax Review includes interesting articles on the difficulties of taxing trust income after the High Court decision in FCT v Bamford, the role of context in the construction of statutes and the amended concessions to small business for capital gains tax. This issue also includes a book review of Australia’s Future Tax System: The Prospects After Henry by Chris Evans, Richard Krever and Peter Mellor.
The May 2011 Issue of the Australian Law Journal includes articles on government duties to provide diplmoatic protection and the supervisory jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. It also includes some interesting section notes, including Current Issues, Conveyancing and Property and Recent Cases.
The May 2011 Issue of the Australian Dispute Resolution Journal includes articles on a diverse range of topics, including judicial mediation, corporation disputes, internal workplace mediation, FDR practitioners, access to justice, Chinese mediation and civil justice reform.
The April 2011 Issue of the Australian Business Law Review contains articles on a range of topics, including vicarious liability in the law of tort, corporate group structures and their legal status, whether or not a managed investment schemes or trusts can be “insolvent” and insurance coverage after natural disasters. There are also sections on Environmental Law and Contracts and Restitution.
The April 2011 Issue of the Australian Law Journal contains articles on differential advocacy in appellate courts, parallel importers of trade-marked goods and the keynote address to the 2010 conference of the Charity Law Association. It also contains several interesting sections, including Current Issues, Conveyancing and Property, International Focus and Recent Cases, among others.
The April 2011 issue of Journal of Judicial Administration contains articles on court governance, Queensland’s self-representation services and improving access to justice. It also includes the Table of Authors and the Index for Volume 20.
The April 2011 issue of The Tort Law Review contains articles on public authority liability in negligence, recovery for pyschiatric illness in Canada, the law of nuisance with reference to the Scottish planning regime and the liability of schools in cases of bullying, together with a comment on the meaning of defamation.