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Posted In: Australian Law Journal, The (ALJ) Tagged: Admiralty and Maritime Alison L Young ALJ Angelina Gomez articles Ben-Pelech v Royle: Adverse Possession Alive and Well in Western Australia Bernice Chen Book reviews Brendan Edgeworth Bruce M Debelle AO QC can the rules be repealed by ordinary motions in the two party rooms Church State and Family: Reconciling Traditional Teachings and Modern Liberties Constitutional Unwritten norms in the United States Conveyancing and property costs Courtroom Drama in England Crown and courts action in case of dispute regarding the rightful parliamentary leader Current issues Dr Damien J Cremean Dr Richard Ingleby Elizabeth Fisher equity and trusts family law Farah Constructions Pty Ltd v Say-Dee Pty Ltd From young to one by Proclamation Greg Taylor Interpreting Executive Power Janina Boughey Jeff King John Tarrant John Witte judicial function as being fundamentally adjudicative Justice François Kunc Justice John Sackar Justice Mark Leeming Leadership Spill Rules from the Constitutional Perspective legal enforceability of new rules Lisa Burton Crawford Lord Devlin lower court judgments M Scott Donald negligence Non-acceptance of Calderbank Letter Options for the Voice to Parliament Released Pell v The Queen Plaintiff Succeeded against Council and Trust but Failed against State and Grandparents Prue Vines public authorities Recent cases Rectification of Documents Robert Angyal SC rules increasing the security of tenure of federal parliamentary leaders Ruth C A Higgins SC Seriously Considering Seriously Considered Dicta: Precedent after Farah Constructions Statutory Interpretation in Private Law textualising precedent The Curated Page The Foundations and Future of Public Law Trial Judge Declined to Make Bullock or Sanderson Order Unacceptable Risk and Relevant Findings as to the Risk of Harm Victor Windeyer's Legacy – Legal and Military Papers When Is an Express Trust Not a Trust? Whether Error in Failing to Find That Council Caused Plaintiff to Join Other Parties Whether Trial Judge Erred in Making Partial Indemnity Costs Order World in a Box What Legal Issues Might Yet Need to Be Resolved and by What Mechanism?
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Posted In: Australian Law Journal, The (ALJ) Tagged: admissibility standards ALJ Angelina A Gomez articles Beth Nosworthy books received Can a Family Court Judge Use the Associated Jurisdiction to Hear an Appeal against a Departure Prohibition Order? community-driven climate action Corporations and Securities criminal jurisdiction Current issues Detouring "Business As Usual": Alternative Pathways Through The Australian Legal System For Individuals And Communities Seeking Action On Climate Change emissions reduction efforts Envisioning a Model for a Voice to the Parliament for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples family law forensic science and medicine evidence in Australian criminal proceedings Gary Edmond Gavin Silbert QC human rights International focus Jordan Elliott and Amy Maguire Justice François Kunc land use and development in Australia local level climate action New Corporations and Securities Law Section Editor Other Things Go On Pell v The Queen Port Access and Assistance to Cruise Ships during the COVID-19 Pandemic Professor Stuart Kaye Regulating Forensic Science And Medicine Evidence At Trial: It's Time For A Wall A Gate And Some Gatekeeping Richard Ingleby The Corporations Act and Climate Change – Appetite for Change? The Curated Page The First 24 Years Of The Victorian Court Of Appeal In Crime
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Posted In: Journal of Judicial Administration (JJA) Tagged: 1995 Lord Woolf report into access to justice A Tale of Two Courts Court Delay and Judicial Wellbeing: Lessons from Self-Determination Theory to Enhance Court Timeliness in Australia Family Court family law Federal Circuit Court Felicity Bell Ian Freckelton QC Ian Murray intrinsic and extrinsic judicial motivation JJA measures of judicial performance psychology Sarah Murray Single Joint Expert Witnesses SJE Tamara Tulich
Posted In: Australian Law Journal, The (ALJ) Tagged: ACNC regulation project ALJ Amanda R Lekamge articles Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Brendan Edgeworth Case Management: Never Mind the Quality charities in Australia class actions Climate Activism Conveyancing and property Current issues Dark corners of philanthropy Dr Nicole Rogers Electronic Conveyancing in Australia: Recent Developments Equity and the Modern Forfeiture Rule Extraordinary Emergency Defence family law Feel the Width? Flood and Fire and Famine High Court Says CF-No. Sort of Ivan Anthony Shearer Justice François Kunc Justice Michael B J Lee letter to the editor Obituary Richard Ingleby Robert Angyal SC Samantha Hepburn
Posted In: Australian Law Journal, The (ALJ) Tagged: "Should the Jury Decide?" – A Multi-disciplinary Summit Adrienne Stone ALJ Angelina Gomez Around the Nation: Victoria Australian international commercial court AVM Act book review Cheryl Saunders Cohen v Sellar Criminal Code Amendment (Sharing of Abhorrent Violent Material) Act 2019 Current issues engagement ring Enhancing the Contribution of Legal Academics to the Development of Australian Law family law financial agreement Graham v Squibb International focus Justice Clyde Croft AM Justice François Kunc law marriage Modern Slavery Legislation in Australia Obituary Professor Stuart Kaye Regional Convention on the Recognition of Higher Education Qualifications regulation of leases Richard Ingleby Science and Medicine in Summit The Curated Page The Hon Jane Hamilton Mathews AO The Hon Justice A S Bell The Oxford Handbook of the Australian Constitution The Year Ahead Toh v Su When An Engagement Is Called Off