New directions for law in Australia : essays in contemporary law reform

  • Levy. Ron
  • O’Brien M
  • Rice S
  • et al.
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1. The Privatisation of Australian Corporate Law ................. .27 Ross Grantham 2. On the Road to Improved Social and Economic Welfare: The Contribution to Australian Competition and Consumer Law and Policy Law Reform .................................. .37 Russell Miller AM 3. Tax, Inequality and Challenges for the Future .................. .49 John Passant 4. Brand New ‘Sharing’ or Plain Old ‘Sweating’? A Proposal for Regulating the New ‘Gig Economy’ ...................... .59 Joellen Riley 5. Good Call: Extending Liability for Employment Contraventions Beyond the Direct Employer .............................. .71 Tess Hardy 6. The Australian House Party Has Been Glorious – But the Hangover May Be Severe: Reforms to Mitigate Some of the Risks ......... .83 Gill North 7. Back to Basics: Reforming Australia’s Private Sector Whistleblowing Laws .................................... .93 Kath Hall and Heather Cork 8. Lawyers as Whistleblowers: The Need for a Gatekeeper of Justice Whistleblowing Obligation/Exception ............... .103 Suzanne Le Mire and Christine Parker Part II. Criminal Law and Evidence 9. Criminal Justice Law Reform Challenges for the Future: It’s Time to Curb Australia’s Prison Addiction ................. .119 Lorana Bartels 10. Is Criminal Law Reform a Lost Cause? ..................... .133 Simon Bronitt 11. Rethinking Rape Law Reform: Challenges and Possibilities ...... .143 Wendy Larcombe 12. The Fraught Dichotomy between Context and Tendency Evidence in Sexual Assault Cases – Suggestions for Reform ............ .153 John Anderson 13. Improving the Efectiveness of Corporate Criminal Liability: Old Challenges in a Transnational World .................... .163 Jonathan Clough 14. Stereotypes in the Courtroom ............................ .173 Blake M McKimmie 15. The Justice Motive: Psychological Research on Perceptions of Justice in Criminal Law ............................... .181 Diane Sivasubramaniam 16. How Interpretation of Indistinct Covert Recordings Can Lead to Wrongful Conviction: A Case Study and Recommendations for Reform ........................................... .191 Helen Fraser 17. Australia’s Lower-level Criminal Courts: Tackling 21st Century Problems in a 19th Century Paradigm? ..................... .201 Anne Wallace Part III. Environmental Law 18. What is the Mainstream? The Laws of First Nations Peoples .... .213 Irene Watson 19. Overturning Aqua Nullius: Pathways to National Law Reform .... .221 Virginia Marshall 20. A Governance Framework for Indigenous Ecological Knowledge Protection and Use .................................... .231 Natalie P Stoianof 21. Reforming Environmental Law for Responsiveness to Change ... .243 Jan McDonald 22. Future Water: Improving Planning, Markets, Enforcement and Learning ......................................... .253 Cameron Holley 23. Efective Law for Rural Environmental Governance: Meta-Governance Reform and Farm Stewardship ............. .263 Paul Martin, Amanda Kennedy and Jacqueline Williams Part IV. Private Law 24. Pitfalls of Statutory Reform in Private Law: Recipient Liability for Breach of Trust .................................... .275 Darryn Jensen 25. Recent Reforms to Australian Charity Law .................. .283 Matthew Harding 26. Consumer Protection, Recreational Activities and Personal Injury Compensation: Inconsistency in Need of Reform ......... .291 Joachim Dietrich 27. Statutory Interpretation and the Critical Role of Soft Law Guidelines in Developing a Coherent Law of Remedies in Australia ........ .301 Elise Bant and Jeannie Paterson 28. Meeting the Potential of Alternative Remedies in Australian Defamation Law ...................................... .311 Robyn Carroll and Catherine Graville 29.

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Levy. Ron, O’Brien, M., Rice, S., Ridge, P., & Thornton, M. (2017). New directions for law in Australia : essays in contemporary law reform. (Ron & M. hornton Levy, Molly O’Brien, Simon Rice, Pauline Ridge, Eds.) (p. 676).

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