33 Melb. U. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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Volume 33                       2009                        Number 1
Articles
Still Paying the Price for Benign Intentions? Contextualising
Contemporary Interventions in the Lives of Aboriginal
Peoples
Peter Billings     1
Credit Rating Agencies: A Regulatory Challenge for Australia
Tin A Bunjevac     39
Cross-Examination in Child Sexual Assault Trials: Evidentiary
Safeguard or an Opportunity to Confuse?
Annie Cossins      68
The Charter's Irremediable Remedies Provision
Jeremy Gans      105
The Professional 'Tug of War': The Regulation of Foreign
Lawyers in China, Business Scope Issues and Some
Suggestions for Reform
Andrew Godwin      132
National Litigation and International Law: Repercussions for
Australia's Protection of Marine Resources
Natalie Klein and Nikolas Hughes   163
The Nature of Torrens Indefeasibility: Understanding the
Limits of Personal Equities
Kelvin FKLow       205
Change of Position and Restitution for Wrongs: 'Ne'er the
Twain Shall Meet'?
Paul A Walker     235
Critique and Comment
The False Analogy between Vilification and Sedition
Katharine Gelber    270
'Storyline Patents': Are Plots Patentable?
Ben McEniery      292
Case Note
Lumbers v W Cook Builders Pty Ltd (in liq)
Restitution for Services and the Allocation of
Contractual Risk
Michael Bryan      320
Books Received                                                    332

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