No. 45-2, July 2019
- Consorting, Then and Now: Changing Relations of Responsibility
- Locating the Body in 'Bodily Harm'
- Cheap and Efficient Justice? Neoliberal Discourse and Criminal Infringement
- Race, Colonialism and Technologies of Mobility in Kalgoorlie
- A Dilemma at the Heart of Criminal Law: The Summary Jurisdiction, Family Violence, and the Over-Incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
- Gender Neutrality and the Definition of Rape: Challenging the Law's Response to Sexual Violence and Non-Normative Bodies
- Protecting Older Persons From Life-Threatening and Fatal Abuse: Should Western Australian Criminal Law Do More?
- The Meaning of Knowledge as a Criminal Fault Element: Is to Know to Believe?
- Normativity and the Ordinary Person Formula: Comparing Provocation and Duress in Australia
- True Criminal Law Ethics