Company and Securities Law Journal Special Issue: Financial Services Laws – Understanding the Devil in the Detail (Vol 38 Pt 5)
This Special Issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “Legislative Design – Clarifying the Legislative Porridge” – Andrew Godwin, Vivienne Brand and Rosemary Teele Langford; “Delegated Legislation in Financial Services Law: Implications for Regulatory Complexity and the Rule of Law” – Tess Van Geelen; “Disclosure (Dis)content: Regulating Disclosure in Prospectuses and Product Disclosure Statements” – Phoebe Tapley and Andrew Godwin; “Australia’s Licensing Regimes for Financial Services, Credit, and Superannuation: Three Tracks toward the Twin Peaks” – Cindy Davies, Samuel Walpole and Gail Pearson; and “Regulating for Loyalty in the Financial Services Industry” – Samuel Walpole, M Scott Donald and Rosemary Teele Langford. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; and Overview: “Special Issue on the Australian Law Reform Commission Legislative Mapping Project” – Justice Sarah Derrington, Rosemary Teele Langford and Andrew Godwin.
In the latter part of 2020, the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) was tasked by the Federal Government to review the legislative framework for corporations and financial services regulation, with a view to ensuring, “within … existing policy settings”, that framework is “adaptive, efficient and navigable”. For the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, ...more
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Special Issue on the 10th Anniversary of the Victorian Civil Procedure Act 2010
The Civil Procedure Act 2010 (Vic) was enacted 10 years ago and commenced operation on 1 January 2011. It was an Act aimed at reforming and modernising the laws, practice, procedure and culture for the resolution of civil disputes in Victoria. The Editors invite submissions on the ground-breaking reforms encapsulated in the State of Victoria’s Civil Procedure Act.
This COVID-19 special issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine includes the following articles: “Legal Implications of Personal Protective Equipment Use When Treating Patients for COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2)” – Danuta Mendelson, Michael Keane, Mirko Bagaric and Cameron Graydon; “Compassion, Law and COVID-19” – Nigel Stobbs, Belinda Bennett and Ian Freckelton QC; “Violation Liability in the Context of the Spread of COVID-19: Russian Experience” – Svetlana I Pospelova, Yulia V Pavlova, Natalia A Kamenskaya and Sergey V Pospelov; “International Access to Public Health Data: An Important Brazilian Legal Precedent” – Ian Freckelton QC and Vera Lúcia Raposo; “Access to Health and Medical Research: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic” – Faith O Aboyeji; “Have Indian Surrogates Been Harmed by Commercial Surrogacy Transactions?” – Donna Cooper and Philippa Trowse; “Regulation of the Abortion Drug RU 486: The Collision of Politics, Ethics and Morals in Australia” – Nicola Bodor; “Vox populi, vox Dei? Previewing New Zealand’s Public Decision on Assisted Dying” – Jessica Young and Andrew Geddis; “Doctors and the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2017 (Vic): Knowledge and General Perspectives” – Jodhi Rutherford; “Legal Liability Arising from the Use of “Agent Orange” in the Kimberley: Registration of 2,4,5-T and 2,4-D in Australia” – Amne Alrifai; “Support Systems for Medical Decision-Making: Considerations for Japan” – Yoshihiko Iijima; “Corrective Justice and the Law Relating to Damages for Negligently Inflicted Psychiatric Injury: A Principled Explanation for the “Close and Loving Relationship” Consideration” – Martin Allcock; “Recency of Practice and the Maintenance of Professional Competence for Nurses and Midwives: A Scoping Review Protocol” – Casey Marnie, Micah DJ Peters, Deborah Forsythe, Kate Kennedy, Greg Sharplin, Marion Eckert, Mary Chiarella and Rachael Vernon; “Infanticide and Infanticide Statutes in Australia and New Zealand” – Russ Scott; and “Public Health versus Alcohol Industry Compliance Laws: A Case of Industry Capture?” – Tony Brown.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Perils of Precipitate Publication: Fraudulent and Substandard COVID-19 Research” – Ian Freckelton QC; Legal Issues: “COVID-19: Criminal Law, Public Assemblies and Human Rights Litigation” – Ian Freckelton QC; Medical Issues: “COVID-19 and Forensic Medical Practice” – David Ranson; Nursing and Midwifery Issues: “How COVID-19 Highlights an Ongoing Pandemic of Neglect and Oppression When It Comes to Women’s Reproductive Rights” – Hannah G Dahlen, Bashi Kumar-Hazard and Mary Chiarella; Genomic Law Issues: “Australian Perspectives on the Ethical and Regulatory Considerations for Responsible Data Sharing in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic” – Dianne Nicol, Don Chalmers, Christine Critchley, Lisa Eckstein, Jane Nielsen and Margaret Otlowski; Health Law Reporter: “Suicide-related Materials and Voluntary Assisted Dying” – Cameron Stewart, Ian Kerridge, Camille La Brooy and Paul Komesaroff; Family and Children’s Health Law Issues: “COVID-19 and Family Law Decision-Making” – Ian Freckelton QC; Obituary: Colin Tatz (1934–2019); Richard Tracey (1948–2019); and Book Review: “The Sealed Box of Suicide: The Contexts of Self-Death”.
Thomson Reuters is pleased to publish a special issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine on issues relating to COVID-19. It incorporates international perspectives, including from Brazil, Canada, Russia and New Zealand, as well as from Australia. The Journal carries an important multi-disciplinary review (by Mendelson et al) of issues arising from the use ...more
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Urgent Need to Use and Reform Critical Habitat Listing in Australian Legislation in Response to the Extensive 2019–2020 Bushfires” – James A Fitzsimons; “A Case Study of Incentive Regulation in Electricity Transmission Networks for the Uptake of Renewable Energy: Build It and They Will Come” – Simon Anderson; “”If We Don’t Mine Coal, Someone Else Will”: Debunking the “Market Substitution Assumption” in Queensland Climate Change Litigation” – Justine Bell-James and Briana Collins; “Environmental Class Actions in Australia: A Coming Storm?” – Corey Byrne; “Climate-induced Displacement: Protection under the Current International Legal Frameworks” – Ishrat Jahan; “Reconsidering the Species-specific Approach: Insects and the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act” – Sophie Lloyd; “Muddied Waters: Revealing Methodological Confusion in Australia’s Environmental Impact Assessment Process” – Maya Suzuki; and “Essay Topic: A New Era for a Higher Level of Public Participation in the Administration of Environmental Law and Justice in the People’s Republic of China” – Xu (John) Zhang. This issue also includes an Editorial: “Why Australia (Desperately) Needs a New National Sustainability Strategy” – Dr Gerry Bates.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Corporations and Climate Change: An Investigation of Mandatory Climate Risk Disclosure in Australia” – Zoe Caldwell; “Victorian Ecological Sustainable Forest Management: Part VI – Identifying Change Mechanisms in Regulation and a New Model for Victorian Forestry Practice” – Dr Rhett Martin; “Identifying Opportunities for Climate Litigation: A Transnational Claim by Customary Landowners in Papua New Guinea against Australia’s Largest Climate Polluter” – Dr Chris McGrath; “Litigating at the Source: Attributing Climate Change Impacts to Coal Mines” – Kierra Parker; “Coal and Climate Change: A Study of Contemporary Climate Litigation in Australia” – Victoria McGinness and Murray Raff; and “Coastal Management and Protecting the Public Interest: Recent NSW Land and Environment Court Decisions” – Ballanda Sack, Timothy Allen and Bruce Thom.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Impacts on Agricultural Land from Queensland’s Energy Transition” – Dr Georgina Davis; “China: A Global Renewable Energy Fulcrum?” – Jan Froestad and Tabitha M Benney; “Unconventional Gas and Royalty Sharing: The Benefits of Reconceiving Ownership and Revenue” – Samantha Hepburn; “Mercury Emissions, Regulation and Governance of Coal-fired Power Stations in Victoria, Australia” – Darren Sinclair and Larissa Schneider; “The Global Pact for the Environment: Implications for Climate Change Loss and Damage” – Angela Bruckner; “Clearing of Native Vegetation in Queensland: An Analysis of Finalised Prosecutions over a 10-Year Period (2007–2018)” – Dr Evan Hamman; “Horses, Culture and Ethics: Wildlife Regulation in Kosciuszko National Park” – Sophie Riley; “Aeroconservation – Challenges for Law and Policy” – Pip Wallace and Jennifer Holman; and Book Reviews: “Water Management in New Zealand’s Canterbury Region: A Sustainability Framework”, by Bryan R Jenkins – Reviewed by Rachel Ravagnani and Cameron Holley; and “Legal Rights for Rivers: Competition, Collaboration and Water Governance”, by Erin O’Donnell – Reviewed by Katie O’Bryan.
This Special Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes an Editorial: “Governing Energy Transitions: Unconventional Gas, Renewables and Their Environmental Nexus” – Cameron Holley, Amanda Kennedy, Tariro Mutongwizo and Clifford Shearing; and the following articles: “International Environmental Law and the Anthropocene’s Energy Dilemma” – Louis J Kotzé; “Governing the Energy Transition: The Role of Corporate Law Tools” – Jacqueline Peel, Anita Foerster, Brett McDonnell and Hari M Osofsky; “Complicity in Climate Harms: A Case Study of Australia’s Gas Export Industry” – J Moss and E Walsh; “Smart Planning for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development” – Mark Squillace; “Fracking and Transboundary Water Management” – Rhett B Larson; “Shaping Unconventional Gas Regulation: Industry Influence and Risks of Agency Capture in Texas, Colorado and Queensland” – Cameron Holley, Tariro Mutongwizo, Clifford Shearing and Amanda Kennedy; “Big Time: An Empirical Analysis of Regulating the Cumulative Environmental Effects of Coal Seam Gas Extraction under Australian Federal Environmental Law” – Rebecca Nelson; “Coal Seam Gas Regulation in New South Wales: Drawing the Connections Between Risk, Communication and Trust” – Katherine Owens; and “More Joules per Drop–How Much Water Does Unconventional Gas Use Compared to Other Energy Sources and What Are the Legal Implications?” – Wendy A Timms, Sudeep Nair and Rebecca Nelson.
EPLJ Special Issue on Governing Energy Transitions: Unconventional Gas, Renewables and their Environmental Nexus
This Special Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal (EPLJ Vol 36 Part 5 ), compiled by Guest Editor, Professor Cameron Holley (UNSW Sydney and PLuS Alliance Fellow) brings together the contributions of leading environmental and energy law and governance experts to distil insights from Australia and the globe and examine the role of law in governing energy transitions, and law and governance mechanisms might be needed to better govern energy transitions and their nexus with the environment. The Introduction to this Special issue – Governing Energy Transitions: Unconventional Gas, Renewables and their Environmental Nexus (by Cameron Holley, Amanda Kennedy, Tariro Mutongwizo and Clifford Shearing) provides a brief overview and synthesises lessons from each article featured.