The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Statistics on Trial” – Professor John S Croucher AM; “Limitation of Actions and Specific Performance” – Perry Herzfeld; “Liability of Educational Institutions for Child Abuse” – Jack Maxwell; “From Morotai To Manus: The Australian War Crimes Trials of The Japanese, 1945–1951 and The Australian Legal Profession” – Narrelle Morris; and “Law Schools and The Burden Of Bureaucracy: Release The Yoke (A Plea From The Coalface). Part 2: International Comparators and A Proposal” – Olivia Rundle and Lynden Griggs. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Letter to the Editor; Conveyancing and Property; Corporations and Securities; Class Actions; Around the Nation: Australian Capital Territory; Personalia; and Book Review.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Reforming the Australian Law of Contract – Some Practical Next Steps” – John Eldridge; “Internment of Terrorism Suspects and the Australian Constitution” – Anthony Gray; and “The Internationalisation of Australian Criminal Lawyers: 25 Years of Australians in The Hague” – Sarah Pitney. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Letter to the Editor; Conveyancing and Property; Constitutional Law; Class Actions; Recent Cases; and Personalia.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Sir Frederick Jordan’s Non-Appointment to the High Court and his ‘Queer Views About Federalism'” – The Hon Keith Mason AC QC; “Genocide: The Static Expansion to Include the Crime of Forced Expulsion” – Elizabeth R Plajzer; and “Tostee, Criminal Causation and Provocation in Domestic Violence: A Novel Position” – Brendan Walker-Munro. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Letter to the Editor; Conveyancing and Property; Around the Nation: Victoria; Class Actions; Competition and Consumer Law; Corporations and Securities; Recent Cases; and Books Received.
The Australian Law Journal is delighted to announce the launch of two new sections, “Class Actions” (headed by The Hon Justice Michael B Lee) and “Technology and the Law” (co-edited by Associate Professor Lyria Bennett Moses and Anna Collyer), as well as the appointment of John Kettle for the “Competition and Consumer Law” section, and Associate Professor Jason Harris as the new “Corporations and Securities” Section Editor.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Crime Commissions and Compulsory Examinations: Whither the Right to Silence?” – Hon T F Bathurst AC and Sarah Schwartz; “Ramifications of the Recognition of a Common Fund in Australian Class Actions: An Early Appraisal” – Michael Legg; “The Case Against a National Court of Appeal” – Shawn Rajanayagam. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Letter to the Editor; Conveyancing and Property; The Legal Observer; Personalia; Around the Nation: Tasmania; Corporations and Securities; From the Law Schools; Admiralty and Maritime; Recent Cases; Book Reviews; and Obituary.
The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal contains 4 Special Feature articles: Celebrating 30 Years of ADRA: “ADRA President’s Address 2016” – Katherine Johnson; “Australian Dispute Resolution Association: Its history and its people” – Anne Ardagh; “History and philosophy of nonviolence: Towards an inclusive dispute resolution (DR) curriculum” – David Ardagh; and “International perspectives of dispute resolution” – Dr Paul R Gibson. It also includes the following articles: “International arbitration in Australia: 2015/2016 in review” – Albert Monichino QC and Alex Fawke; “The future of dispute resolution: Online ADR and online courts” – Michael Legg; and “The art of using power as a tool of influence in mediation” – Mohamed Sweify. It also contains Case Notes: “Identifying all members of a class action prior to mediation, and mediation/arbitration media watch” – David Spencer; Book Review: “The Mediators Handbook (Third edition)” by Ruth Charlton, Micheline Dewdney and Geoff Charlton – reviewed by Paul Lewis; and a tribute to the late Micheline Dewdney.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Lord Atkin: Principle and Progress” – P D T Applegarth; and “What’s in a Name?” – Justice Emilios Kyrou. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Around the Nation: Tasmania; Personalia; Competition and Consumer Law; Recent Cases (Miller v The Queen, Compton v Ramsay Health Care Australia Pty Ltd, Hayward v Zurich Insurance Co plc, Versloot Dredging BV v HDI Gerling Industrie Versicherung AG); and Book Reviews.
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The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes an interesting mix of articles and section notes covering a wide range of topics. The first article comes from Geoff Lindsay SC and focuses on the history of contract law in NSW and its broader implications for Australian law. The second article, by Brendan Lim, looks at the case for hypothetical jurisdiction in civil proceedings. The final article is by Paul Miller and questions the benefits of shareholder class actions to the shareholders themselves.
The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes several interesting pieces. The first article comes from Alexandra Whelan and provides an assessment of the law regarding proprietary rescission. The second article is by He Wei Ping and provides an overview of the means available for foreign banks to enter the Chinese banking sector. The sections cover a diverse range of topics including class actions against banks for exception fees, requests for court assistance under the UNCITRAL Model Law and the new Canadian not-for-profit corporations statute, plus much more.