Criminal Code (Qld)
The last Part of Volume 33 of The Queensland Lawyer includes an article by Andreas Schloenhardt and Eloise Gluer which explores and outlines the background, evolution, and rationale of the defence of provocation, analyses its application and elements, and discusses the pros and cons of retaining, reforming, or repealing ss 268-270 of the Criminal Code (Qld). Also in this Part are the following sections: Conveyancing and Property Law, Criminal Law, Health and Guardianship Law, Tort Law, Industrial Law, Book reviews and a Report.
The first Part of Volume 33 of The Queensland Lawyer provides an interesting array of articles and sections focused on Queensland. Dan Rogers looks closely at Police Powers and Responsibilities and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 (Qld), Isaac Frawley Buckley considers pre-trial publicity and the protection of impartiality in the criminal justice system, Nicky Jones reviews legal professional practice legislation, case law and policy regarding what constitutes legal work and who is entitled to carry it out, Tina Cockburn and Barbara Hamilton examine potential succession law issues as a result of assisted suicide, and Andreas Schloenhardt and Thomas Cottrell examine the evolution, application, and role of s 280 of the Criminal Code (Qld). These sections are Criminal Law, Industrial Law, Conveyancing and Property Law, Book Reviews and Reports.