Workplace Review is nothing if not broad in its coverage of work. In its current issue, Vol 10 No 3, David Nikolas Brodsky compares academic studies from the discipline of organisational behaviour, and is led to consider the ways in which knowledge itself is gained and organised. Bedevilled by all manner of “inherent weaknesses” including ...more
The Winter 2021 Part of the Workplace Review includes the following articles: “A Mere Reflection on Knowledge and Humility” – David Nikolas Brodsky; “The Art of Cross-examination” – Rick Burbidge QC; “25 Years a Lawyer: Some Things I Have Learned” – Philippe Doyle Gray; “Acting for Accessories: Tactics and Traps” – Ian Latham; and “Anaesthesia and COVID-19: Hands-on Doctors Can’t Hide in Cyberspace” – Alan Sexton. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; Interview: “‘About Real People, Grounded in Real Life’ – Neil Napper’s Life in IR Law” – Neil Napper; Obituary: “Chester Porter QC: The Unassuming Champion” – Ishita Sethi; Book Review: “Law, Politics and Intelligence: A Life of Robert Hope”, by Peter Edwards – Reviewed by Malcolm Kerr OAM; The Last Word …; and Diary.