The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Cutting the Gordian Knot or entangling it further?” – David Birch and Alice Zheng; “Nominee board members: A duty of confidentiality?” – Laura Free; and “Competing approaches to beneficiary access to trust information: Perhaps not so much of “a fork in the road”” – Thomas Kaldor. There are also several sections included in this Part: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Family Law; Overseas Law; Recent Cases and Book Reviews.
The June 2012 issue of the Australian Law Journal includes the usual mix of articles and sections covering a wide range of topics, including formation of opinions by insurers, f-cubed litigation, victim’s compensation, criminal appeals, wills and trusts, compound interest, Church disciplinary actions, false identity documents, tribunals, securities laws and much more.
The November 2011 issue of the Australian Law Journal contains the usual mix of interesting articles and sections on a variety of topics. There are articles on constitutional history in the Northern Territory, the relationship between truth and the adversarial system and the concepts of “rarity” and “restraint” in Crown sentencing appeals. There are also several section notes covering such diverse topics as judges and the “social media”, severance of joint tenancy, a proposed Financial Dispute Resolution Centre in Hong Kong, unlawfully obtained evidence overseas, propensity evidence and much more.
The September 2011 Part of the Australian Law Journal is packed with interesting articles, covering a wide range of topics including witnesses in transnational commercial litigation, the complex causation questions that can arise in class actions, the increased incidence in Australian courts of questions of foreign law and the rationale and development of the Woolwich principle. There are also some of the usual Sections, including Current issues, Conveyancing and property, Recent cases and Overseas law.