The Maritim Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (Books and Journals)
- Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal From Nbr. 20, June 2006 to Nbr. 34-1, June 2020 The Maritim Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, 2020
- Finding the 'Ship': Guardian Offshore AU PTY LTD V SAAB Seaeye Leopard 1702 Remotely Operated Vehicle  FCA 273
- Negligence or Incompetence: Grounding of the CMA CGM Libra
- The 'Forever' Chemicals: PFAS and the Maritime Industry
- Dethridge Memorial Address: From automation to autonomy - can the law keep up?
- Green Finance for a Sustainable Maritime Transport System: Developing a Universal Vernacular for Green Shipping
- Unravelling the Strands of the South China Sea Conundrum: A Critical Analysis of China's Actions and Statements
- The Sam Hawk: Another 'Halcyon Isle' in Australia?
- Full steam ahead: Recent developments concerning Australia's new legal regime for regulating underwater cultural heritage
- Interpreting the Intentions of Contracting Parties: Tritton Resources Pty Ltd v Ever Rock Navigation S.A.  FCA 276
- The Perennial Question - the burden of proof under article III, rule 2 of the Hague rules: Volcafe Ltd v Cia Sud Americana de Vapores SA  AC 358
- 2018 Dethridge Memorial Address
- Russian Detention of Three Ukrainian Naval Vessels
- Malice in Marine Insurance Law
- Cruise ship passengers and Australian law: known problems and some new answers
- Cruise Ship Passenger Contracts: The Trip of a Lifetime, or a Voyage through Clauses, Conventions and Confusion?
Sea Passenger Rights and the Implementation of the Athens Convention in the EU
This paper demonstrates that the Athens Convention relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their Luggage by Sea, 1974, as amended by the Protocol of 2002,1 can be successfully embedded into a broader passenger and/or consumer law framework. Key features of such implementation including relevant boundary issues are illustrated. The focus is placed firstly on the implementation of Athens 2002 by
- Certainty vs. Equity: a case for reform of the duty of utmost good faith
Ship shape or all at sea? A preliminary assessment of Australia's recent legislative reforms concerning underwater cultural heritage
The Australian Parliament’s new legislation for regulating the protection of Australia’s underwater cultural heritage – the Underwater Cultural Heritage Act 2018 (Cth) – recently received assent. The Act is to commence on a date fixed by Proclamation or, if no such date is fixed, on 25 August 2019. When it commences, the Act will serve to modernise and expand upon the existing regime for...
- Book Review - Bills of Lading Incorporating Charterparties by Melis Ozdel
- The MV Good Faith: The Relevance of Good Faith in Shipping Disputes
- Banking on the House: Freight Forwarder Bills of Lading and the Cro Case
- The Legal and Economic Impact of the Caspiana Clause under Bills of Lading and Charterparties
- Legislation Note: New Zealand's Maritime Transport Amendment Act 2017
- Book review - Maritime Law and Practice in China
- Editorial Board
- Passenger's Remedies for Substandard European River Cruise Under Australian Law: The right to a luxury river cruise or merely the right to go on a tour? Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Limited (No 2)  NSWSC 733
- Legal Bases for Forcible Maritime Interdiction Operations against Terrorist Threat on the High Seas
- Editorial Board
- Of reefs and men: When the best laid plans go awry, have we an acceptable way forward?