Sydney Law Review Volume 38 Issue 2, June 2016
  
Sydney Law Review Volume 38 Issue 2, June 2016
Edited by Associate Professor Arlie Loughnan and Associate Professor Shae McCrystal
Law Publishing Unit, Sydney Law School
ISSN: 0082-0512

The Sydney Law Review, established in 1953, is an Australian generalist law journal published quarterly by one of the world’s leading law schools. Topical peer-reviewed content includes ‘Before the High Court’ comments, articles, case notes, review essays and book reviews. Emphasising Australian law, the Review is committed to publishing articles that make an original contribution to legal scholarship.

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Contents

Articles

  • Good Faith Defences in Tort Law by Iain Field
  • Who is Diverted?: Moving Beyond Diagnosed Impairment towards a Social and Political Analysis of Diversion by Linda Steele, Leanne Dowse and Julian Trofimovs
  • ‘Defining Characteristics’ and the Forgotten ‘Court’ by Stephen McDonald

Before the High Court

  • Day v Australian Electoral Office (SA): Senate Voting Reforms by Benjamin Brooks
  • Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v SZSSJ: Consideration of Asylum Claims outside the Visa Application System by Emily Hammond and Rayner Thwaites

Case Note

  • Australian Communications and Media Authority v Today FM (Sydney) Pty Ltd: Administrative Body as ‘Prosecutor, Judge and Jury’? by Jeremy Leith

Book Review

  • Comparing Tort and Crime: Learning from across and within Legal Systems by Prue Vines

  
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