Albert Monichino SC
The latest Part of the Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice publishes the following articles: “The future for employment dispute resolution” – Caroline Bergin-Cross; “Recent developments in expert evidence in Victoria” – Albert Monichino SC; and “Expense Reduction Analysts Group Pty Ltd v Armstrong Strategic Management & Marketing Pty Ltd: Implications for case management obligations and the doctrine of waiver” – Jocelyn Williams. Also in this Part is a Comments section and a case note.
The latest Part of ADRJ includes the following articles: “International arbitration in Australia: 2012/2013 in review” – Albert Monichino SC and Alex Fawke; “FDR in prisons: Meeting the needs of Aboriginal clients” – Karine Hamilton and Pamela Henry; “The AFL Tribunal System – an insider’s perspective on early neutral evaluation, arbitrary power and judicial intervention” – Andrew Coffey; “Assisting future lawyers to conceptualise their dispute resolution advocacy role” – Donna Cooper; “Elder mediation” – Lise Barry; “Settlement outcomes in sexual harassment complaints” – Paula McDonald and Sara Charlesworth; and “A quantitative analysis of practitioners’ knowledge of fathers and fathers’ engagement in family relationship services” – Richard Fletcher, Emily Freeman, Nicola Ross and Jennifer St George.
The latest Part of ADRJ includes several interesting articles canvassing a wide range of topics, including international arbitration in Australia, the common law requirement of “good faith”, child-inclusive mediation, legal fairness in ADR processes, judicial mediation in Indonesia and the effectiveness of customary arbitration as a peace-making mechanism in Nigeria. There is also a case note, a Vale for Professor Roger Fisher, a review of a DVD of simulated mediation produced by La Trobe University and a book review.
The second Part of the Australian Law Journal for 2012 includes the usual interesting mix of articles and sections, with something to interest everyone. The articles cover such diverse topics as personal injury resulting from negligence, recent changes to the arbitral legislative regime in Australia, and asset lending with an improvident borrower. The sections range from the annual report of the New South Wales Judicial Commission, to indefeasibility and forged mortgages and from admiralty jurisdiction to the obligations of creditor to guarantor, plus much more.
The last Part in Volume 22 of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes several interesting articles related to dispute resolution in Australia and internationally. There are articles on the challenges faced by student ombuds in Australian universities, the legislative, policy, case law and institutional developments in international arbitration in Australia since 2010, impugning expert determinations and the merits of international arbitration-related legal frameworks, plus much more.