Volume 13 Number 1, July 2011
A Primal Sketch of an Insolvency Ombudsman
Christopher Symes and Jeff Fitzpatrick
A ‘New Historiography" for an Old Tale: Re Reading the Clash of Jurisdictions
The Legal Recognition of Close Personal Relationships in New South Wales - A Case for Reform
The Modern Animus Contrahendi: Focusing on Intention Through a ‘Contemporary Lens'
‘The Nine Most Terrifying Words in the English Language are: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
Elliott Johnston Tribute Lecture May 2011
Volume 13 Number 2, December 2011
The Disappearing Crime of Abortion and the Recognition of a Woman's Right to Abortion: Discerning a Trend in Australian Abortion Law?
Shades of Grey: Indeterminacy and Sexual Assault Law Reform.
Jessica Kennedy and Patricia Easteal
Is Imminence Still Necessary? Current Approaches to Imminence in the Laws Governing Self-Defence in Australia.
Angelica Guz and Marilyn McMahon
Women Who Kill Their Abusers: How Queensland's New Abusive Domestic Relationships Defence Continues to Ignore Reality.
Michelle Edgely and Elena Marchetti
Beyond Terrorism: Enlarging the National Security Footprint Through the Telecommunications Interception and Intelligence Services Legislation Amendment Act 2011 (Cth).
Governance of the Police: Independence, Accountability and Interference
Ray Whitrod Memorial Lecture May 2011