The Summer 2019 Part of the Workplace Review includes the following content: “The Doctrine of Implied Intergovernmental Immunities: A Recrudescence?” – Thomas Dixon; “Is There Such a Thing as “Free Speech” for Australian Employees?” – Neil Napper; “Welcome to the Age of Keyboard Warriors” – Lachlan Robison; as well as the following sections: Interview: “Paul Munro: For ‘The Greatest Good…'” – Craig Ryan; Case Note: “‘Free Speech… But Be Careful What You Say!'” – Joshua Graffi; Obituary:
“Robert James Lee Hawke” – Robert McClelland; Book Reviews; The Last Word; and Diary.
Editorial By Damien J Cremean A FAILURE OF KING REX Professor Lon L Fuller in The Morality of Law (1964) begins Ch 11 of his work with a fairly lengthy allegory based on the unhappy (but fortunately short) reign of King Rex. Professor Fuller tells us that Rex comes to the throne “filled with the ...more
The second Part of Volume 2 of the Northern Territory Law Journal includes two interesting articles and several case notes. The first article comes from PA Keane and is based on the inaugural oration delivered by Justice Keane at the Inaugural Austin Asche Oration in Law and Governance at Charles Darwin University. The second article is by Cameron Ford and discusses whether the Anunga Guidelines can be accommodated within the Uniform Evidence Act regime.