Now available: Sydney Law Review — Volume 35 No 4
The December 2013 issue includes articles covering an empirical examination of suppression orders in Victorian courts; vulture funds; the Makin case and its legacy 120 years on; apprehended bias and interlocutory judgments; and Kirk and ‘accepted doctrine at the time of Federation’. Smith v Western Australia and jury secrecy are considered in ‘Before the High Court’ and there’s a case note on JT International (SA) v Cth (plain tobacco packaging).
NOW AVAILABLE: Current Issues in Criminal Justice
This issue features articles on road traffic surveillance in Australia and Canada; people trafficking; criminalisation and normative theory; domestic violence protection order legislation; media representations of Natascha Kampusch; TV for Aboriginal prisoners; and how sexual identity shapes perceptions of police. There are comments on criminal law on mental incapacity and improving child witness interviews.
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.