The Summer 2021 Part of the Workplace Review includes the following articles: “Depth in Goodbyes” – David Nikolas Brodsky; “Cross-examination on Credit Issues” – Richard Burbidge QC; “Respect@work: Ensuring Your Client’s Policies Support Employee Rights” – Virginia Ginnane; “Comment: WorkPac Pty Ltd v Rossato and Freedom of Contract” – Dr Ryan Haddrick; “‘Incapacitated for Work’ in SA’s Return to Work Act” – Rick Manuel; “‘Freedom’ – A Workplace Issue” – Craig Ryan; “Wage Theft: From Underpayments to Epidemic” – Adam Searle; and “Reputation Management” – Jacquelynne Willcox.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; Interview: “FWC Deputy President Asbury: Strong Working Relationships Key to Sound Workplace Relations” – Deputy President Ingrid Asbury; Book Reviews: “Piss and Wind, George Reid: A Liberal Forgotten”, by Luke Walker – Reviewed by Bryan Belling; “The Brilliant Boy: Doc Evatt and the Great Australian Dissent”, by Gideon Haigh – Reviewed by Michael Easson; “God & Menzies: The Faith that Shaped a Prime Minister and his Nation”, by David Furse-Roberts – Reviewed by Tim James; and “With Conviction: An Australian Legal Memoir”, by Ian Temby – Reviewed by Malcolm Kerr OAM; The Last Word …; and Diary.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Navigating a New Terrain: Developing Autonomous Vehicle Liability Pathways in Australia in Light of International Experience” – Lilla Thiele-Evans, Blake Pepper, John Zeleznikow, Neil Foster and Tania Sourdin; “The Impact of a New and Widespread Contagious Disease on Pre-existing Contractual Obligations” – Tom Allchurch; and “Is the Coronavirus the End of All Contracts?” – Natalie Ngo.
This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues: “Some Recent Developments”; “Can Australia Still Call Itself a Liberal Democracy?”; “Can Employers Mandate Vaccinations?”; “The COVID-era and Australian Federation: State Power Rises, Old Faultlines Revealed”; “National Security Legislation and Parliamentary Oversight”; and “The Curated Page”; Around the Nation: Western Australia: “Resolution of a Cold Case?”; Environmental Law: “Quartet of Recent Landmark Climate Change Cases”; Statutory Interpretation: “‘Always Speaking’ Statutes”; Book Reviews: “The Chronicle of a Young Lawyer: A Legal Journey in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea”, by Kerry Dillon; and “Frontiers of Public Law”, edited by Jason NE Varuhas and Shona Wilson Stark; and Obituary: Judge James Crawford (1948–2021).
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Public Perspectives on Judges’ Reasons for Sentence” – Kate Warner, Caroline Spiranovic, Lorana Bartels, Karen Gelb and Lynne Roberts; “Waiver of Penalty Privilege in Civil Penalty Proceedings” – Michael Pearce SC; and “Cy-près Remedies in Class Actions – Quo Vadis?” – Georgina Dimopoulos and Vince Morabito.
This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues: “Is Australian Federation Fit for Purpose in a Pandemic?”; “Sexual Harassment”; “A Notable Australian”; “Contribution to American Law Reform”; “Big Tech: A New Gilded Age?”; “Regulation of ‘Big Tech’: News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code”; and “The Curated Page”; Conveyancing and Property: “Indefeasibility, Common Building Schemes and the Torrens System: Deguisa v Lynn”; Around the Nation: Western Australia: “Western Australia v Edwards (No 7)  WASC 339 A Judge Alone Trial Like No Other”; Personalia: “Commonwealth – Justice Simon Steward, Justice Jacqueline Gleeson”; “Northern Territory – Justice Sonia Brownhill”; “Queensland – Queen’s Counsel Appointments”; “South Australia – Senior Counsel Appointments”; “Victoria – Justice James Gorton, Justice Michael Osborne”; and “Western Australia – Senior Counsel Appointments”; Book Reviews: “The Judge, the Judiciary and the Court: Individual, Collegial and Institutional Dynamics in Australia”, by Gabrielle Appleby and Andrew Lynch (eds); and “A Brilliant Boy – Doc Evatt and the Great Australian Dissent”, by Gideon Haigh; and Obituary: Soli Sorabjee AM (1930–2021).
The latest Part of The Queensland Lawyer includes the following articles: “The Statutory Life of Caretaking Service Agreements in Body Corporates in Queensland: The Exception to the Freedom of Contract Principle” – Neil Samuel Hope and Dane Bryce Weber; and “The Human Rights Act 2019 – Does It Make Any Difference?” – Andrew West. This Part also includes the following sections: Editorial; Commercial Law: “Casino’s Pursuit of a Gaming Debt in Two Different Forums: Star Entertainment Qld Ltd v Wong  QSC 67”; Conveyancing and Property Law: “When Is Service by Email Effected?”; Criminal Law: “Private Complaints in Relation to Indictable Offences”; Health and Guardianship Law: “The Commencement of Hormone Therapy for Minors with Gender Dysphoria: A Recent Queensland Case”; Industrial Law: “R v Brisbane Auto Recycling Pty Ltd: Industrial Manslaughter under the Work Health and Safety Act (Qld) 201”; and Book Reviews: “The Tuning Cymbal: Selected Papers and Speeches of Robert French”, by R Pascoe – Reviewed by Fiona Maher; “Admiralty Jurisdiction”, by DJ Cremean – Reviewed by Julius Moller; “Proportionality in Australian Constitutional Law”, by Shipra Chordia – Reviewed by Thomas Feeney; and “Treaty”, by George Williams and Harry Hobbs – Reviewed by Sunny van den Berg.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Seriously Considering ‘Seriously Considered Dicta’: Precedent after Farah Constructions” – Bernice Chen; and “Leadership Spill Rules from the Constitutional Perspective” – Greg Taylor. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues: “Options for the Voice to Parliament Released”; “From ‘young’ to ‘one’ by Proclamation”; “Constitutional Unwritten ‘norms’ in the United States”; “Courtroom Drama in England”; and “The Curated Page”; Conveyancing and Property: “Ben-Pelech v Royle: Adverse Possession Alive and Well in Western Australia”; Admiralty and Maritime: “‘World in a Box’ What Legal Issues Might Yet Need to Be Resolved and by What Mechanism?”; Equity and Trusts: “When Is an Express Trust Not a ‘Trust’?”; Family Law: “Pell v The Queen, Unacceptable Risk and Relevant Findings as to the Risk of Harm”; Recent Cases: “Negligence – Public Authorities – Costs – Plaintiff Succeeded against Council and Trust but Failed against State and Grandparents – Trial Judge Declined to Make Bullock or Sanderson Order – Whether Error in Failing to Find That Council Caused Plaintiff to Join Other Parties – Non-acceptance of Calderbank Letter – Whether Trial Judge Erred in Making Partial Indemnity Costs Order”; and Book Reviews: “Church, State and Family: Reconciling Traditional Teachings and Modern Liberties”, by John Witte; “Victor Windeyer’s Legacy – Legal and Military Papers”, edited by Bruce M Debelle AO QC; “Interpreting Executive Power”, by Janina Boughey and Lisa Burton Crawford (eds); “The Foundations and Future of Public Law”, by Elizabeth Fisher, Jeff King and Alison L Young (eds); “Statutory Interpretation in Private Law”, by Prue Vines and M Scott Donald (eds); “Rectification of Documents”, by John Tarrant; and “Lord Devlin”, by Justice John Sackar.
The Summer 2020 Part of the Workplace Review includes the following content: “Two Fat Gentlemen” – Bryan Belling; “Can Negative Deviance Spur Creativity with Positive Organisational Outcomes?” – David Nikolas Brodsky; “Future-proofing the Workplace: How COVID-19 Changed the Employment Landscape Forever” – Darren Gardner; “The Inconsistencies of Industrial Manslaughter Laws in the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory” – Wazeem Kadir; “Employment Law and Law Firms” – Rick Manuel; as well as the following sections: Editorial; Interview: “Abiding Faiths: Judge Gerard Phillips” – Craig Ryan; Case Notes: “The Great Barrier Rift” – Xavier Boffa; “What’s in a Day?” – El Leverington; “Arbitrary Exercise of a Discretion Kicked Out of the Park” – Lachlan Robison; Book Reviews: “”Letters to Lily Vale”: The Life and Letters of Ernest William Latchford MC, MBE 1916 to 1919 France, Persia and Russia”, by Mark Latchford – Reviewed by Jennifer Giles; “Sir Frederick Jordan: Fire under the Frost”, by Keith Mason – Reviewed by Malcolm Kerr OAM; “IFMRO to IFHRO to IFHIMA: An Historical Overview 1949–2019”, by Professor Phyllis J Watson AM – Reviewed by Craig Ryan; The Last Word; and Diary.
The latest Part of the Public Law Review includes the following content: Comments: “The Power(Lessness) of New Zealand’s House of Representatives to Summon The Crown’s Legal Advice” – Graeme Edgeler and Andrew Geddis; “Borrowdale v Director-General of Health: An Unlawful but Justified National Lockdown” – M B Rodriguez Ferrere; “”We are not Epidemiologists”: COVID-19 in the High Court” – Amelia Simpson; the following Articles: “The Evolving Role of History in Constitutional Interpretation” – Stephen Donaghue QC and Thomas Wood; “From Disruption to Deliberation: Improving the Quality and Impact of Community Engagement with Parliamentary Law-making” – Sarah Moulds; “Examining Digital Campaigning Through the Normative Framework Underpinning Election Law – The Rationale and Challenges of Regulation” – Amy Chinnappa; “Empowering Joint Commonwealth – State Royal Commissions through a National Applied Law” – Ben Fraser; Book Reviews: “The Constitution and Government of Australia, 1788 to 1919”, by William Pitt Cobbett and Anne Twomey (eds) – Reviewed by Clare Langford; “The Veiled Sceptre: The Dismissal of Governments”, by Anne Twomey – Reviewed by Bharan Narula; and Developments.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Sir Leo Finn Bernard Cussen: The Centenary of a High Court Tragedy – Part 2” – Paulina Fishman; “The Evolution from Strict Liability to Negligence: When And Why? – Part 1” – Anthony Gray; and “The Land and Environment Court of New South Wales: A Very Short History of an Environmental Court in Action” – Hon Justice Brian J Preston. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Admiralty and Maritime; Around the Nation: Western Australia; Class Actions; and Book Reviews.
The latest Part of The Queensland Lawyer includes the following content: “Tidal Boundaries in Queensland: Theories, Principles, and Some Not So Ordinary Rules” – Dr Chris Boge; “Does Property Held by a Bankrupt on Trust Vest in the Bankrupt’s Trustee in Bankruptcy?” – Bill Dixon; and the following Sections: Editorial; Administrative Law: “Natural Justice and the Bias Rule: CNY17 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  HCA 50” – Bill Lane; Commercial Law: “Effect of Payment of Life Insurance Premiums with Stolen Money: Hanson v Goomboorian Transport Pty Ltd  QCA 41” – Clive Turner; Criminal Law: “Witnesses called by the Court” – A M West; Industrial Law: “Glass v Workers’ Compensation Regulator  ICQ 001: The Connection between Injury and Employment” – Kristy Richardson; and Book Reviews.