Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 29 Number 1, July 2017
Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 29 Number 1, July 2017
Editor: Murray Lee
Institute of Criminology Press
ISSN: 1034-5329

Current Issues in Criminal Justice is the major Australian journal on criminal justice. Contributors include academics, researchers and professionals, who provide expert analysis of the many aspects of criminal justice. The journal covers national and international issues, and has subscribers from many different countries and disciplines.



  • Migration Review Tribunal Decisions in Student Visa Cancellation Appeals: Sympathy, Hardship and Exceptional Circumstances by Marie Segrave, Helen Forbes-Mewett and Chloe Keel
  • Young People Transitioning from Juvenile Justice to the Community: Transition Planning and Interagency Collaboration by Iva Strnadová, Therese M Cumming and Sue C O?Neil
  • Leave to Appeal in Criminal Cases: The Victorian Model by Chris Corns

Contemporary Comments

  • Tendency and Coincidence Model Provisions: An Analysis of the Proposals by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse by Sam Hartridge
  • Youth Justice, Restorative Justice and Gendered Violence ? Oh My! The Rise and Rise of Offender ?Accountability? in Contemporary Penality by Kelly Richards

Book reviews

  • Making the Modern Criminal Law: Criminalization and Civil Order by Lindsay Farmer, reviewed by Penny Crofts
  • The Teaching of Criminal Law by Kris Gledhill and Ben Livings (eds.), reviewed by Susan Bartie