15 Flinders L.J. i (2013)

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LAW
JOURNAL

Flinders
UNIV E R SI TY

VOLUME 15 NUMBER 1 JULY 2013

CONTENTS
Articles:
Stop the Presses, But Not the Tweets: Why
Australian Judicial Officials Should Permit
Journalists to Use Social Media in the
Courtroom.
Regulatory Reforms of Australia's Offshore
Oil and Gas Sector After the Montara
Commission of Inquiry: What About
Transboundary   Environmental  Impact
Assessment?
The Schleswig-Holstein Question of the
Criminal Law Finally Resolved? An
Examination of South Australia's New
Approach to the Use of Bad Character
Evidence in Criminal Proceedings.
The Defence of Acquiescence to a Breach
of Trust.
Minimum Hours for Secondary School
Casuals in the Retail Industry - The
Problem of Discrimination and Social
Inclusion.
Lecture:
Elliott Johnston, Social Values and Justice.
Elliott Johnston Memorial Lecture August 2012

Marilyn Krawitz

Simon Marsden

David Plater, Lucy Line
and Rhiannon Davies

Tamara Economou
Karen Streckfuss

Michael Kirby

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