15 eLaw J. [i] (2008)

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Editor's Foreword
Page 1
Augusto Zimmermann:
The Politics of Lawlessness in Brazil: How Brazilian Politics Overrides the Rule of
Law
Page 3
Sarah Hinchliffe:
The Dawn of a New Age
Page 43
Gisele Kapterian, Peter Gillies, and Patricia Blazey:
Reducing Emissions from Coal in Australia: Fiscal and Related Instruments - the
Current State of Play
Page 56
Roger Clarke:
Privacy Impact Assessment in Australian Contexts
Page 72
Ahmet Cemil Yildirim:
Subjective Reasons of Gross Disparity and the Presumption of Professional
Competence: A Contradiction in the Lex Mercatoria?
Page 94
Doug Clark:
Financial Services Reform and the Stockbroking Industry
Page 115
Mei Ling Perry:
The Compliance Industry Three Years after Financial Services Reform
Page 126
Samantha Jeffries and Matthew Ball
Male Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence: A Descriptive Review and Call for Further
Research
Page 134
Netwatch
Page 180

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