10 Canberra L. Rev. [i] (2011)

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Foreword Professor Maree Sainsbury                                                  1
What Have Been the Implications for Commonwealth Government Procurement of          3
Chapter 15 of the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement? Simon Murray
Corporate Ownership and Control in the Financial Markets Geoffrey Nicoll           36
A Case of Non-Identical Twins - Comparing the Evolution of Acquisition Law in      66
Australia and the United States Duane L. Ostler
The Publicity of Trusts in Common Law and Civil Law Systems Dr Guoqing Liu        115
The 'Whale Wars' Come to the Japanese Courtroom: Comparing Approaches to          154
Activism Trevor Ryan
Miller v Miller: Case Note Tessa Kelman                                           183
Hogan v Hinch: Case Note Skye Masters                                             197
Cybercrime - The Shifting Doctrine of Jurisdiction Kim Soukieh                    221
Canberra Corner Foreword                                                          239
The Case for Compulsory Third Party Insurance Reform in the Australian Capital    240
Territory Jon Stanhope
Proposed Reforms to Judge Alone Trials in the Australian Capital Territory Manu   251
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John Passant
Student Editors:
Thomas Brand, Manu Jaireth, Tessa Kelman,
S1cSkye Masters, Talah Sherif, Kim Soukieh
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