Vol. 33 Nbr. 1, April 2009
- Still paying the price for benign intentions? Contextualising contemporary interventions in the lives of aboriginal peoples.
- Credit rating agencies: a regulatory challenge for Australia.
- Cross-examination in child sexual assault trials: evidentiary safeguard or an opportunity to confuse?
- The Charter's irremediable remedies provision.
- The professional 'tug of war': the regulation of foreign lawyers in China, business scope issues and some suggestions for reform.
- National litigation and international law: repercussions for Australia's protection of marine resources.
- The nature of Torrens indefeasibility: understanding the limits of personal equities.
- Change of position and restitution for wrongs: 'ne'er the twain shall meet'?
- The false analogy between vilification and sedition.
- 'Storyline patents': are plots patentable?
- Lumbers v. W. Cook Builders Pty. Ltd.
- Books received.