The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “Collateral Undamaged: Conforming Financial Collateral Laws in a Global Marketplace” – Max Allan; “Microfinance in Australia: Is the Law Doing Enough to Address Financial Exclusion?” – Francisco Widjojo; “The BEAR Necessities: What Jurisdictional Considerations will Australia’s Version of the UK’s ‘Senior Managers and Certification Regime’ Need to Accommodate?” – Andrew Eastwood and James Emmerig; and “The Taxing Challenge of Digital Currency” – Joel Emery and Miranda Stewart. Also in this Part are the following sections: Banking Law and Banking Practice; Insolvency Law and Management; Securities and Mortgages; Canada; Tokyo; and United Kingdom and Europe.
The latest Part of PLR includes the following Comments: “Court appointment processes and judicial diversity” – Alysia Blackham; “Training the constitutional guard-dog: Condon v Pompano Pty Ltd” – Brian Mason; and “Dangerous democracy or a dangerous judiciary? A reply to Anne Twomey” – Steven Spadijer; and the following articles: “The nationalisation of the State court system” – Stephen McLeish SC; “The Australian Parliamentary Budget Office: Shedding light on the dark arts of budgeting” – Miranda Stewart and Holly Jager; and “Advice to the Governor-General on the appointment of Kevin Rudd as Prime Minister” – Anne Twomey. Also in this Part is a book review and a Developments section.