Vol. 32 Nbr. 2, August 2008
- Model advocates or a model for change? The model equal opportunity briefing policy as affirmative action.
- The stolen generations and litigation revisited.
- Balancing rights in a democracy: the problems with limitations and overrides of rights under the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006.
- Substantive legitimate expectations in Australian administrative law.
- Detention of civilians on military operations: reasons for and challenges to developing a special law of detention.
- How much does it hurt? How Australian businesses think about the costs and gains of compliance and noncompliance with the Trade Practices Act.
- Mixed messages on sexual assault and the statute of limitations: Stingel v. Clark, the Ipp 'reforms' and an argument for change.
- The (limited) significance of the individual in section 117 state residence discrimination.
- Beyond the Torrens mirror: a framework of the in personam exception to indefeasibility.
- The cohabitation rule: indeterminacy and oppression in Australian Social Security Law.
- Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales v. Dederer: negligence and the exuberance of youth.
- The Law of Rescission.
- Books received.