Vol. 30 Nbr. 3, December 2006
- Politics, law and the Constitution in McCawley's case.
- Locking in customers, locking out competitors: anti-circumvention laws in Australia and their potential effect on competition in high technology markets.
- Removing the government's immunity from suit in federal cases.
- Legislating with urgency - the enactment of the Anti-Terrorism Act (No 1) 2005.
- Competition law, adjudication and the High Court.
- The role of damages in regulating horizontal price-fixing: comparing the situation in the United States, Europe and Australia.
- The Victorian Charter of Human Rights and responsibilities: origins and scope.
- The Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities: exegesis and criticism.
- Sedition, security and human rights: 'unbalanced' law reform in the 'War on Terror'.
- McKinnon v Secretary, Department of Treasury: The Sir Humphrey clause - review of conclusive certificates in freedom of information applications.
- Harriton v. Stephens, Waller v. James: wrongful life and the logic of non-existence.
- The Internet in 2006: a global, corporate or community construct?
- Books received.