National Security and the Law
This Special Issue of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “National Security and Counterterrorism Laws” – Dr James Renwick CSC SC, Guest Editor of this Special Issue; “The Changing Legal Framework of the Australian Intelligence Community: From Hope to Richardson” – The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG; “Sentencing Terrorist Offenders – The General Principles” – The Hon Mark Weinberg AO QC; “Reflections on Oversight of Intelligence Agencies: Promoting Compliance, Trust and Accountability” – The Hon Margaret Stone AO; “Mechanisms for Reviewing and Monitoring National Security Laws: The UK and Australia Compared” – Dr Jessie Blackbourn; “The Conduct of Terrorism Trials in England and Wales” – The Rt Hon Sir Charles Haddon-Cave; “What Makes Terrorism Trials Different?” – The Hon Anthony Whealy QC; “National Security and the Law – What Lies Ahead?” – Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC; and “National Security and the Law – Reflections of a Former Australian Attorney-General” – Hon George Brandis QC. This Special Issue also includes the following section: Current Issues: “National Security and the Law”; and “The Curated Page”.
Please join us for the virtual launch of the Australian Law Journal’s 2021 special issue on “National Security and the Law” by the Hon Virginia Bell AC SC, hosted by Thomson Reuters.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Reflections Upon Constitutional Interpretation And The “Aliens Power”: Love V Commonwealth” – Peter Gerangelos; “The Fluctuating Incidence Of The Burden Of Proof Under The Hague-Visby Rules: The Implications Of Volcafe Ltd V Compania Sud Americana De Vapores Sa  Ac 358 For The Position In Australia” – Angus Stewart; and “Overruling Constitutional Precedent” – Joshua Thomson SC and Madeleine Durand. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues: “Afghanistan – Office of Special Investigator”; “Royal Commission into Police Informants”; “Press Freedom; National Security and the Law”; “The AG’s Gambit: National Defamation Reform Enters Its Middlegame”; and “The Curated Page”; Conveyancing and Property: “The Mortgagee’s Duty to Account – Rowe and Nom de Plume”; Around the Nation: Victoria: “COVID-19 and Emergency Regulations”; Admiralty and Maritime: “World in a Box: Impact of Containerisation on Shipping Transactions”; and Book Review: “The Washington Diaries of Owen Dixon, 1942–1944”, by Philip Ayres.