Volume 15 Number 1, July 2013
Stop the Presses, But Not the Tweets: Why Australian Judicial Officials Should Permit Journalists to Use Social Media in the Courtroom.
Regulatory Reforms of Australia's Offshore Oil and Gas Sector After the Montara Commission of Inquiry: What About Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment?
The Schleswig-Holstein Question of the Criminal Law Finally Resolved? An Examination of South Australia's New Approach to the Use of Bad Character Evidence in Criminal Proceedings.
David Plater, Lucy Line and Rhiannon Davies
The Defence of Acquiescence to a Breach of Trust.
Minimum Hours for Secondary School Casuals in the Retail Industry - The Problem of Discrimination and Social Inclusion.
Elliott Johnston, Social Values and Justice.
Elliott Johnston Memorial Lecture August 2012
Volume 15 Number 2, December 2013
Special Issue Articles:
Nuclear Weapons and the Civilian Use of Nuclear Energy.
Low-Yield Tactical Nuclear Weapons and the Rule of Distinction.
Nuclear Deterrence Theory – A Threat to Inflict Terror.
Towards Eliminating Nuclear Weapons: Locating the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in the Shifting Legal Landscape.
Helen Durham and Yvette Zegenhagen
Exploring the Capacity of the NPT to Achieve Universal Disarmament Through a Case Study of India’s Engagement with Nuclear Non-Proliferation.
‘Innocent Victim of Circumstance’ or ‘a very Devil Incarnate’? The Trial and Execution of Elizabeth Woolcock in South Australia in 1873.
David Plater, Joanna Duncan and Sue Milne
Governance and Non-For-Profits: Regulatory Reform.
Vivienne Brand, Jeff Fitzpatrick and Sulette Lombard
Human Rights in Colonial Queensland.