Vol. 38 Nbr. 2, December - December 2014
- 'Manacles upon science': re-evaluating copyright in informational works in light of 18th century case law.
- The new terrorists: the normalisation and spread of anti-terror laws in Australia.
- (Particularly) burdensome prison time should reduce imprisonment length - and not merely in theory.
- Towards a history of law as an academic discipline.
- The principle of open justice and the judicial duty to give public reasons.
- Collective irrationality and the doctrine of precedent.
- The cost of losing the code: historical protection of public debate in Australian defamation law.
- Class action settlements in Australia - the need for greater scrutiny.
- Judicial humour in the Australian courtroom.
- Securing fair outcomes for battered women charged with homicide: analysing defence lawyering in R. v. Falls.
- Federalism and rights deliberation.
- Clark v. Macourt: defective sperm and performance substitutes in the High Court of Australia.
- Directors' duties and a company's creditors.
- Challenges to the survival of the common law.
- Constitutional Review Under the UK Human Rights Act.
- Books received.