The latest Part of The Queensland Lawyer includes the following articles: “Coercion in Crime Commissions and the abrogation of the privilege against self-incrimination” – Dan Rogers; ” “Consequential incongruities” – legal professional privilege and disclosure under the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002″ – Ashley Jones; and “The importance of foetal alcohol spectrum disorder for criminal law in practice: Views of Queensland lawyers” – Heather Douglas, Janet Hammill, Elizabeth Anne Russell and Wayne Hall. Also included in this Part is a range of section notes including Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Industrial Law, Book reviews, Reports and much more.
The latest issue of the JJA includes four articles of interest. The first comes from Iain Ross and discusses the Tribunal Excellence Framework with particular reference to the VCAT. The second article, by Natalia Antolak-Saper, discusses the purpose, regularity and practice of judicially directed verdicts in Australia. The third article is from ME Rackemann and examines the increasing significance of expert opinion evidence. The final article is by H Douglas, J Hammill, EA Russell and W Hall, reports the results of a survey about judicial understanding of Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder.