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Australian Law Journal update: Vol 95 Pt 8

The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: 

  • Aboriginal Australians and the Common Law – The Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC
  • The Rise of the Anti-arbitration injunction – Justice AS Bell
  • The Requirement of Property or Possessory Rights for Relief against Forfeiture – Fabian Di Lizia

This Part also includes the following sections: 

  • Current Issues: "Rethinking COVID-19 State Border Closures"; "From the Law Schools – A New Editor"; "Excluded: The Democratic Deficit in Interstate Border Closures"; and "The Curated Page"
  • From the Law Schools: "Australian Legal Education – Moving Forward in 2021"
  • Admiralty and Maritime: "Admiralty and Maritime and the South China Sea"
  • Technology and the Law: "Designing for Consumers: Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Google LLC (No 2)"
  • Family Law: "A Financial Agreements Conundrum" 
  • International Focus: "Australia’s New Foreign Relations Legislation"


Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal update: Vol 31 Pt 2

The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: 

  • Mediation and Negotiation in Legal Disputes – Michael McHugh AC QC
  • Mediating Workplace Bullying: A Reflective Case Study – Elizabeth Spencer
  • The Emotional Advantage: How Dispute Resolution Practitioners Can Embrace the Transformative Capacity of Emotion and De-escalate Conflict – Sophie Whittaker
  • Mediation for Tackling Nigerian Medical Disputes: A Mutually Beneficial Option? – Adesina Temitayo Bello and Adetoun Onibokun 
  • Carve Outs in Arbitration Agreements: Tianqi Lithium Kwinana Pty Ltd v MSP Engineering Pty Ltd [No 2] – Thomas Camp 
  • The Court of Arbitration for Sport and the Shayna Jack Doping Case – James Duffy and John O’Brien 
  • Family Dispute Resolution for Property Matters: The Case for Making Space – Genevieve Heard, Andrew Bickerdike and Jamie Lee

This Part also includes the following sections: 

  • Editorial – Ruth Charlton
  • ADR Case Notes: "Case Notes: Misleading Conduct in the Procurement of a Mediated Settlement Agreement" – David Spencer
  • Matters of Interest: "The Impact of Grief through Loss in New South Wales Workers Compensation Commission Mediations" – Katherine Johnson
  • Book Review: "Legal Reasoning Across Commercial Disputes", by Professor SI Strong – Reviewed by Russell Thirgood


Australian Journal of Administrative Law update: Vol 28 Pt 2

The latest Part of the Australian Journal of Administrative Law includes the following articles: 

  • Judicial Impartiality, Bias and Emotion – Kathy Mack, Sharyn Roach Anleu and Jordan Tutton
  • Apprehended Bias in Integrated Online Dispute Resolution – Anna Olijnyk and Joe McIntyre
  • Recusal, Reconstitution and the Reasonable Apprehension of Bias in Australian Statutory Tribunals – Sarah Lim
  • Is There a "Small Town" Exception to the Bias Rule? – Mathew Groves

Also in this Part is a Preface by The Hon RS French.


Insolvency Law Journal update: Vol 29 Pt 2

The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: 

  • Heritage and Vitality: Whether the Rule in Antony Gibbs Is a Presumption – Neerav Srivastava 
  • Insolvency Practitioners: A Phenomenological Study – Elizabeth Streten

Also in this Part are the following sections:

  • Editorial – Dr David Morrison
  • Recent Developments: "Is a Statutory Demand a Document in a Legal Proceeding? A Surprisingly Vexed Definitional Issue Finally Coming to an End?" – Shane Campbell and William Porter
  • Book Review: "Reinventing Bankruptcy Law: A History of the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act", by Virginia Torrie – Reviewed by David Morrison


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