Vol. 38 Nbr. 3, April - April 2015
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- Universities in the service of the nation.
- The concept of the Crown.
- Treaty-making within the British Commonwealth.
- The ironic aftermath of Eatock v. Bolt.
- When does press self-regulation work?
- 'Jurisdictional' facts and 'hot' facts: legal formalism, legal pluralism, and the nature of Australian administrative law.
- Federal courts and Australian national identity.
- The limits on the remedy of damages for breach of jurisdiction agreements: the law of contract meets private international law.
- Sir Zelman Cowen and the emergence of an interstate private international law in Australia.
- Law as an intellectual vocation.
- Cowen as life-writer: sidelights from the archives.
- The Office of Governor-General.
- Powers of the head of state.
- Books received.