Law Journal Library

Volume 2005

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A remodelling of Adam Smith’s tax design principles
Bangoura v Washington Post: Case Comment
Desperate housewives get legal backing
"Judge not, lest ye be judged" The Corby case - can it happen in Australia?
Political free speech - how far does it extend?
Rule of law, separation of powers and judicial decision making in Australia - Part 2
Law and investment in China: the legal and business environment after WTO accession
Easement and profits
Disputes over access to 'declared' services: evaluating the negotiate-arbitrate framework in Part IIIA of the Trade Practices Act
Ad-agent provocateur: Can advertising agencies be liable as principals for creating misleading ads?
Who wants to be a millionaire? Misleading and deceptive seminar spruiking
Amlink Technologies Pty Ltd and Australian Trade Commission [2005] AATA 359 – Software finally recognised as “goods”
An Update on the proposed Hague Convention on Exclusive Choice of Court Agreements
Geo-identification: – Now They Know Where You Live
In Defence of the Doctrine of Forum Non Conveniens
The characteristics making Internet communication challenge traditional models of regulation - What every international jurist should know about the Internet
Who’s fingerprints, and with what flavour, would you like today?
Inter-firm migration of tacit knowledge: law and policy
Alternative medicine: a new regulatory model
Complementary and alternative medicine – legal issues
Missed Breast Cancer: The Legal Factors
What is complementary and alternative medicine