The Autumn 2013 edition of the Workplace Review has a great mix of interesting articles and sections. There is a series of four articles on workplace bullying and bullying in the courtroom with a focus on research into the area, legislative changes and possible strategies for dealing with a difficult situation in the workplace. There are also several sections, including Focus On: WA, Work Health and Safety, The Last Word and Diary. There is also an opinion piece by David Elliott, Vales of Gregory James Tulk Hart and Michael O’Sullivan and an interview with Dr Jim Macken.
The latest Part of JJA publishes the following articles: “Transforming governance and technology in civil and administrative justice” – David Tait and Terry Carney; “Are retributive aims achievable in a restorative justice setting?” – Tony Foley; “Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in children: Implications for judicial administration” – Samantha Parkinson and Sara McLean; “Child protection law and practice in the Northern Territory and implications for the court” – Hilary Hannam; and “QCAT’s hybrid hearing: The best of both worlds or compromised mediation?” – Bobette Wolski.