The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes an Editorial by Professor Bob Baxt AO. It also contains the following articles: “Implementing Competition Law in Developing Countries: Barriers to Success and the Role of Technical Assistance” – Kate James; “The Reasonableness of Restraints: An Analysis of the Enforcement of Post-Employment Restraints” – Ian Neil SC and Nicholas Saady; “Curing Defective Registrations in the Personal Property Securities Register” – Andrew Berriman; and “How Should Directors Tackle Cyber Risks?” – James Duffy.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “The enforcement of international arbitral awards in the Asia-Pacific region – a comparative study of recent cases” – Jaclyn Smith; and “An analysis of dispute review boards and settlement mediation as used in the Australian construction industry” – Stephanie Duffy and James Duffy. Also in this Part are Reports on three cases: Eccles v Koolan Iron Ore Pty Ltd (No 3); Grave v Blazevic Holdings; and Kell & Rigby Holdings Pty Ltd v Lindsay Bennelong Developments Pty Ltd.
The latest Part of ADRJ includes the following articles: “Why ADR must be a mandatory subject in the law degree: A cheat sheet for the willing and a primer for the non-believer” – James Duffy and Rachael Field; “A critical evaluation of ADR in the Queensland Planning and Environment Court” – Michael Walton; “Dispute resolution and the demonisation of culture” – Dr Lola Akin Ojelabi; “Challenges in co-mediation: A practice issue” – Lan Yuan Lim; ““We assumed that by living in a civilised country things can be freer and better”: Counter stories of dispute resolution in Australia” – Siew-Fang Law; and “Solving securities exchange disputes by means of ombudsmen: Does it work?” – M Saleh Jaberi. There is also a case notes section and two book reviews.
The latest Part of ADRJ publishes the following: “Predictable irrationality in mediation: Insights from behavioural economics” – Laurence Boulle; “How a dose of humour may help mediators & disputants in conflict” – Clare Coburn, Becky Batagol & Kathy Douglas; “Proportionality of sanctions under the WADA Code: CAS jurisprudence & the need for a strict approach” – James Duffy; “Developing ethical practice as a family dispute resolution practitioner” – Oyiela Litaba; “A focus on process: Procedures to address disputes about end of life decisions” – Kate Curnow and Lisa Toohey; “The power of explanation in healthcare mediation” – Christian Behrenbruch & Grant Davies; and “The mediator who has to pay the disputants: Conflict management in China” – Ting Ting Li.
The August issue of ADRJ is a special edition dedicated to examining the teaching of ADR in universities and the promotion of students’ well-being. The articles all originated from RMIT’s Forum, ADR in Legal Education and Promoting Student Well-being, held on 20-12 February 2012 at RMIT University in Melbourne. Some of the articles included are: “The importance of understanding different generations of ADR practice for legal education” – Kathy Douglas; “Non-adversarial justice and the three apprenticeships of law” – Dr Becky Batagol and Ross Hyams; “Law student psychological distress, ADR and sweet-minded, sweet-eyed hope: – Rachael Field and James Duffy; and “Humanising legal education: Lessons from ADR” – Susan Douglas, plus much more!