The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “International Arbitration in Australia: 2017/2018 in Review” – Albert Monichino QC and Alex Fawke; “Australia and Singapore – Differences in Applications to Set Aside an Arbitral Award?” – Craig Edwards; “Comparative Study of Asian Arbitration Centres vis-a-vis Public Interest and Transparency Measures” – Aayushi Singh; “Final Offer as a First Choice? Police Arbitration: A New Zealand Case Study” – Giuseppe Carabetta; “The Arbitrator as Mediator: Ku-ring-gai Council v Ichor Constructions Pty Ltd  NSWSC 610” – George Pasas; “The Empty Idea of Mediator Impartiality” – Jonathan Crowe and Rachael Field; “Will the Creation of AFCA Be of Benefit to the Parties That Come Before It?” – Andrew Greenhalgh; and “A Comparative Analysis of the Mediation in Kazakhstan and States of Victoria and New South Wales” – Saida Assanova, Almas Serikuly and Arhat Abikenov. It also contains an Editorial: “The Panel of Editorial Consultants” – Ruth Charlton; and Case Notes: “New Zealand Edition – Ordering Specific Performance of a Mediated Settlement Agreement; Mediated Settlement Agreement Not Privileged; and Mediation Media Watch NZ Edition”; “Mediation Media Watch – New Zealand Edition” – David Spencer.
The first Part for 2015 of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “Is Hong Kong ready for med-arb?” – David Kwok; “Ethics and the mediation community” – Jonathan Crowe; “Family violence in culturally and linguistically diverse communities: An evaluation of a family relationship centre” – Helen Cleak, Alikki Vernon, Lola Akin Ojelabi and Tom Fisher; “Conflict coaching in Indigenous Australian settings – sharing the lessons from mediation” – Susan Medway; “Self-determination in Australian facilitative mediation: How to avoid complaints” – Mieke Brandon; and “Emotion and its role in negotiation – valuable tool or unnecessary hindrance?” – Jayr Teng.
The latest Part of the Criminal Law Journal includes the following articles: “The knowledge element for accessories to strict liability and limited cognition offences: Revisiting Tabe v The Queen” – Malcolm Barrett and Joachim Dietrich; “The Patel trials: Further evidence of the need to reform the Griffith Codes” – Andrew Hemming; and “Fraud and consent in Australian rape law” – Jonathan Crowe. There is also an editorial, a book review and a digest of criminal law cases.