Volume 8 Issue1 Feburary 2005

Special Edition : Industrial Manslaughter

Articles:

The Politics of Corporate Manslaughter — The British Experience
James Gobert
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More Criminalisation in Canada: More of the Same?March 2004
Harry Glasbeek

Exploring The Re-Criminalising of OHS Breaches in the Context of Industrial Death
Andy Hall and Richard Johnstone

Responding to Culpable Corporate Behaviour — Current Developments in the Industrial Manslaughter Debate
Rick Sarre and Jenny Richards

Will The Punishment Fit The Crime? Corporate Manslaughter and the Problem of Sanctions
Jonathan Clough

Book Review:

Wealth By Stealth: Corporate Crime, Corporate Law and the Perversion of Democracy
Fiona Haines

Volume 8 Issue2 September 2005

Lectures:

Can Courts Cope With Self-Represented Litigants?
Visiting Judicial Fellow Public Lecture

The Hon Justice Robert Nicholson AO

Law in Australia — Cause of Pride; Source of Dreams March 2004
The Hon Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG

The Effect of Early Australian Laws on Aboriginal People — A Personal Perspective
Annual Elliott Johnston Tribute Lecture May 2005
Magistrate Sue Gordon AM

Articles:

Sexual Assault By Male Partners: Is The Licence Still Valid?
Patricia Easteal and Christine Feerick

 ‘More? You want More?’ … Of Course I Do!                                
Transsexualism and Birth Certificates —Changing Records or Attitudes?
Karen Gurney 

Commentary:

The Implementation of Heritage Legislation in South Australia: A Comment on I & N A Davies Pty Ltd v City of Unley
Lesley-Anne Petrie