The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Procedural Fairness: The Age of Legitimate Expectation is Over” – Naomi Sharp; and “His or Her Duty to Keep Secret” – Julie Kinross and Peter Davis QC.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; From the Law Schools; Human Rights; Equity and Trusts; Admiralty and Maritime; Recent Cases; Books Received; Book Reviews: “Scholarly Misconduct: Law, Regulation, and Practice” by Ian Freckelton QC; “When Doctors and Parents Disagree: Ethics, Paediatrics and the Zone of Parental Discretion” by Rosalind McDougall, Clare Delany and Lynn Gillam; “Australian Domain Name Law” by Alpana Roy; and “Ten Years of the Civil Procedure Act 2005 (NSW): A Decade of Insights and Guide to Future Litigation” by Miiko Kumar and Michael Legg; and an Obituary tribute to the late James Donald Merralls AM, QC, written by J H Karkar QC.
The latest Part of AJ Admin L includes the following articles: “The evolution of the duty of decision-makers to give reasons” – Ronald Sackville; “Why do we have rules of procedural fairness?” – James Edelman; “Natural justice or procedural fairness” – Justice Alan Robertson and “The stakes of procedural fairness: Reflections on Australian position” – Kristen Rundle. Also in this Part are the following sections: Immigration and International Aspects, Work and Employment, Casenotes and Book Reviews.
The latest Part of The Queensland Lawyer includes the following article: “Changes in property transactions: Out with PAMDA, in with e-conveyancing” – Jessica Beckman; and the following sections: Administrative law; Conveyncing and Property law, Criminal law; Health and Guardianship law; and Book reviews. There is also a Report on the the following case: Hickey v Bender  QDC 8.
The latest Part of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes the following articles: “Could the Harper Review recommendations revive private enforcement of cartel prohibitions?” – Rebecca Gilsenan; “Place names as marketing tools: Legal issues in the use of geographic names” – Neil Francey; and “Are we there yet? A return to the rational for Australian consumer protection” – Brenton Lee Worth; and the following sections: Access to Services; Telecommunications; Case Notes; Tribunal Tableaux; Council Considerations; Energy Etchings; Snapshots; Report from Europe; Report from New Zealand; and Book Review.
The first Part of Volume 24 of the Journal of Judicial Administration is a special issue on assisting unrepresented litigants and includes the following articles: “Litigants in person: Guidelines for the Federal Circuit Court” – Stephen H Scarlett RFD; “The self-represented litigant in the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Queensland” – The Hon Justice Margaret McMurdo AC; “Self-represented parties and court rules in the Queensland courts” – Iain McCowie; “Self-represented litigants and strata title disputes in the State Administrative Tribunal: An experiment in accessible justice” – Bertus de Villiers; “Model no more: Querulent behaviour, vexatious litigants and the Vexatious Proceedings Act 2005 (Qld)” – Narelle Bedford and Monica Taylor; and “The dilemmas posed by self-represented litigants: The dark side” – Tania Sourdin and Nerida Wallace.
The latest Part of the Local Government Law Journal includes the following articles: “Integrating social impact assessment into the planning regime of Parramatta City Council” – Kate McCauley and Richard Howitt; and “Cleaning up pollution fair and square: The duty to afford procedural fairness in the issue of clean-up notices in NSW” – Alison Packham. There is also a Digest of Cases and the Local Government and Planning Law Guide Cases.
The last Part of Volume 20 of the Australian Journal of Administrative Law includes the following articles: “Understanding Dranichnikov: A new ground within a new label, or a less structured approach to judicial review?” – Jonathan Warren Hirsowitz; “The Independent Reviewer for Adverse Security Assessments: Comfort but not hope for indefinitely detained refugees” – Daniel Reynolds; and ““Remedying” the problems presented by privately provided human services: Reconsidering the public/private law divide” – Emily Rumble. There is also a Casenotes section and a Work and Employment section.
The latest Part of The Queensland Lawyer includes the published version of a speech given by Justice Alan Wilson before the 7th Annual Government Lawyers’ Conference on 31 May 2013 on procedural fairness and modern tribunals. Also in this Part are several section notes, including Conveyancing and Property Law, Criminal Law, Health and Guardianship Law, Industrial Law, Tort Law, Book Reviews and a Report.