By journalalerts on November 1, 2021
Tag: National Security and the Law
By journalalerts on October 29, 2021
Posted In: Australian Law Journal, The (ALJ) Tagged: Abbott and Turnbull governments acts of foreign interference adherence to the Rule of Law ALJ articles basic rights Bill for an Independent Examiner of Security Legislation body of sentencing law changes in social values geopolitics alliances and technology civil liberties and security needs Comprehensive Review counter-terrorism laws counterterrorism attacks criminal behaviour criminal trials critical infrastructure culture of compliance Current issues dangers presented by past targeting of communists homosexuals and political adversaries democracy domestic security Dr James Renwick CSC SC Dr Jessie Blackbourn espionage extensive sentencing reforms fair trial in an Australian terrorism trial fair trial within a reasonable timescale foreign interference global terrorism Hon George Brandis QC impact of the COVID-19 pandemic imprisonment inherent bias Integrated Review intelligence and security agencies in Australia international terrorism judicial inquiries Justice François Kunc Justice RM Hope liberal democracy Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC Mechanisms for Reviewing and Monitoring National Security Laws: The UK and Australia Compared Mr DJ Richardson National Security and Counterterrorism Laws National Security and the Law National Security and the Law – Reflections of a Former Australian Attorney-General National Security and the Law – What Lies Ahead? national security protection laws and public interest immunity practices and procedures of terrorism trials in England and Wales protection of personal rights and liberties Reflections on Oversight of Intelligence Agencies: Promoting Compliance Trust and Accountability reforms to Australia's national security laws reforms to the Australian intelligence community religious or ideological persuasion role of the courts royal commissions seeking bipartisanship in national security policy sentencing of convicted terrorists Sentencing Terrorist Offenders The General Principles serious terrorist offence sentencing principles Special Issue terrorism legislation terrorism trials terrorist offences The Changing Legal Framework of the Australian Intelligence Community From Hope to Richardson The Conduct of Terrorism Trials in England and Wales The Curated Page The Hon Anthony Whealy QC The Hon Margaret Stone AO The Hon Mark Weinberg AO QC The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG The Rt Hon Sir Charles Haddon-Cave United Kingdom value of administrative review weaknesses of Australia's constitutional protections for individuals What Makes Terrorism Trials Different?
By journalalerts on October 13, 2021
Posted In: Australian Law Journal, The (ALJ) Tagged: Admiralty and Maritime Afghanistan – Office of Special Investigator ALJ Angus Stewart Around the Nation: Victoria book review Brendan Edgeworth circumstances in which a constitutional precedent decided by the High Court of Australia may be overturned Conveyancing and property COVID-19 and Emergency Regulations Current issues Dr Damien J Cremean extent of Commonwealth legislative power in s 51(xix) of the Constitution High Court of Australia in Great China Metal Industries Co Ltd v Malaysian International Shipping Corporation Berhad (1998) 196 CLR 161 House of Lords in Albacora SRL v Westcott & Laurence Line Ltd  2 Lloyd’s Rep 53; 1966 SC (HL) 19 Joshua Thomson SC Justice François Kunc liability of carriers of cargo by sea for loss of or damage to cargo Madeleine Durand majority and dissenting reasoning National Security and the Law obligations on the carrier to make the ship seaworthy and care for the cargo (Art III rr 1 and 2) Overruling Constitutional Precedent Peter Gerangelos Press Freedom provisions except the carrier from responsibility for loss or damage (Art IV r 2) Reflections Upon Constitutional Interpretation And The "Aliens Power": Love V Commonwealth Robert Angyal SC Royal Commission into Police Informants The AG's Gambit: National Defamation Reform Enters Its Middlegame The Curated Page The Fluctuating Incidence Of The Burden Of Proof Under The Hague-Visby Rules: The Implications Of Volcafe Ltd V Compania Sud Americana De Vapores Sa  Ac 358 For The Position In Australia The Hon Dr Clyde Croft AM SC The Mortgagee's Duty to Account – Rowe and Nom de Plume World in a Box: Impact of Containerisation on Shipping Transactions