Vol. 31 Nbr. 3, December 2007
- Capturing the criminality of hard core cartels: the Australian proposal.
- Administrative justice - towards integrity in government.
- A century of citation practice on the Supreme Court of Victoria.
- A history of company law in colonial Australia: economic development and legal evolution.
- Capital punishment in the United States and beyond.
- Why courts should not balance rights against the public interest.
- Working around Work Choices: collective bargaining and the common law.
- Damned whores and the border police: sex workers and refugee status in Australia.
- Of copyright bureaucracies and incoherence: stepping back from Australia's recent copyright reforms.
- The Federal Court of Australia: the first 30 years - a survey on the occasion of two anniversaries.
- Defining strangers: human rights, immigrants and the foundations for a just society.
- Preventative detention and control orders under federal law: the case for a bill of rights.
- 'Why can't a woman be more like a man?': American and Australian approaches to exclusionary conduct.
- New South Wales v. Commonwealth: corporations and connections.
- Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation: Essays on the Construction, Constitution and Regulation of Labour Markets and Work Relationships.
- Inside the Mason Court Revolution: The High Court of Australia Transformed.
- Books received.