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(2016) Volume 41 Issue 1

 

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Professor Michael Blakeney
The University of Western Australia
Faculty of Law (M253)
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CRAWLEY  WA  6009

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THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 41 ISSUE 1
NOVEMBER 2016 

Table of Contents 

Articles

Sharpening the Learning Curve: Lessons from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Joint Committee of Intelligence and Security Review Experience of Five Important Aspects of Terrorism Laws
Greg Carne, 1-48
 
Environmentally Sensitive Areas in Western Australia: Highlighting the Limits of the ‘Just Terms’ Guarantee
Lorraine Finlay, 49-66
 
Crime-used Property Confiscation in Western Australia and the Northern Territory: Laws Befitting Draco’s Axones?
Natalie Skead, 67-90
 
Green and Lindsay: Two Steps Forward – Five Steps Back Homosexual Advance Defence – Quo Vadis?
Kerstin Braun and Anthony Gray, 91-118

The Real Price of Paying Ransoms: The Australian Legal Position Concerning Ransom Payments to Terrorist Organisations
Amy Barber, 119-154

Will Australian Courts Move to a Caribbean Beat? The Question of a State’s Standing to Sue in the Tort of Misfeasance in Public Office
Anna Holmes, 155-202

The Admissibility and Use of Evidence of Prior Negotiations in Modern Contract Interpretation
Caitlin Moustaka, 203-250

Restitution of Art Looted During the Nazi Era, 1933-1945: Implications for Australia
Michael Blakeney, 251-274

State Consent and ‘Official Acts’: Clearing the Muddied Waters of Immunity Ratione Materiae for International Crimes
Liam C Elphick, 275-320

Case note

Hold Back the 'Battered Woman': Western Australia v Liyanage [2016] WASC 12
Dell Marie Butler, 321-342 

Book reviews

Natalie P Stoianoff et al (eds), Market Instruments and the Protection of Natural Resources (Edward Elgar, 2016)
Michael Blakeney, 343-344

Colin T Reid and Walters Nsoh, The Privatisation of Biodiversity? New Approaches to Conservation Law (Edward Elgar, 2016)
Michael Blakeney, 345-347