Now available: Sydney Law Review — Volume 36 No 2
The June 2014 issue includes Justice Gageler on ‘Why Write Judgments?’; articles on the constitutional right to vote, strangulation, regulation of salt intake in Australia, and group work in law degrees; as well as commentary on Honeysett v The Queen, Comcare v PVYW, and Beck v Weinstock.
SPECIAL ISSUE: Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Now available: July 2014 special issue on ’Responding to Historical Child Sex Abuse’. The articles in this issue are particularly timely given the current Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. They canvass a range of issues from different professional and personal perspectives, and, importantly, bring together insights from both research and practice.
NOW AVAILABLE: Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental
This volume covers the globalisation and harmonisation of environmental law; disaster law; renewable energy exports; access and benefit sharing of genetic resources; climate change in Southeast Asia; the Reid Constitutional Commission in Malaysia; and transboundary haze pollution in Indonesia; and a comment on the Rio+20 Conference 20 years on.
International Commercial Law and Arbitration: Perspectives
Edited by Nye Perram, this book includes the papers and proceedings of the 2013 International Commercial Law and Arbitration Conference on: the resolution of investor-State disputes; international cooperation in insolvency proceedings; admiralty and maritime jurisdiction in the Constitutions of the US and Australia; Australian antitrust treatment of cartels; the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Officials in International Business Transactions;and legal and practical aspects of international commercial arbitration.