Workplace Review is nothing if not broad in its coverage of work. In its current issue, Vol 10 No 3, David Nikolas Brodsky compares academic studies from the discipline of organisational behaviour, and is led to consider the ways in which knowledge itself is gained and organised. Bedevilled by all manner of “inherent weaknesses” including ...more
The latest Part of ALJ publishes the following articles: “Judges and academics: Dialogue of the hard of hearing” – Chief Justice Robert French AC; “An age of judicial hegemony” – Ronald Sackville AO QC; “Communications with the court” – Richard Lilley SC and Justin Carter; and “Jurisdiction clauses since Akai” – Richard Garnett. There are also several sections, including Current Issues, Conveyancing and Property, and Recent Cases.