The latest Part of the Journal of Law and Medicine is a special issue titled Regulating the Use of Human Bodily Material. It includes articles on the legal status of bodies, the regulation of the use of human bodily material, definitions of “property” offered by the majority of the High Court of Australia in the case of Yanner v Eaton, non-consensual genetic testing in Australia, biobanking of blood and bone marrow, property rights in recyclable artificial implants such as pacemakers, extra-bodily DNA sampling by the police, patent term extension schemes, travel for euthanasia or assisted suicide, the regulation of impaired doctors, plus much more.
The first Part of Volume 21 of the Journal of Law and Medicine includes several interesting articles and sections on various aspects of medical law. The topics covered include the risk of recidivism in de-registered health practitioners, negligent pre-birth genetic testing, refusal of medical treatment, misleading vaccination and immunisation information, the ethics of dementia research, disclosure of genetic information to genetic relatives, plus much more!
The latest Part of ADRJ includes several interesting articles canvassing a wide range of topics, including international arbitration in Australia, the common law requirement of “good faith”, child-inclusive mediation, legal fairness in ADR processes, judicial mediation in Indonesia and the effectiveness of customary arbitration as a peace-making mechanism in Nigeria. There is also a case note, a Vale for Professor Roger Fisher, a review of a DVD of simulated mediation produced by La Trobe University and a book review.