Intro Foreword Introduction Keynote: Reforming Law - The Role of Theory Part I. Commercial and Corporate Law 1. The Privatisation of Australian Corporate Law 2. On the Road to Improved Social and Economic Welfare: The Contribution to Australian Competition and Consumer Law and Policy Law Reform 3. Tax, Inequality and Challenges for the Future 4. Brand New 'Sharing' or Plain Old 'Sweating'? A Proposal for Regulating the New 'Gig Economy' 5. Good Call: Extending Liability for Employment Contraventions Beyond the Direct Employer 6. The Australian House Party Has Been Glorious - But the Hangover May Be Severe: Reforms to Mitigate Some of the Risks 7. Back to Basics: Reforming Australia's Private Sector Whistleblowing Laws 8. Lawyers as Whistleblowers: The Need for a Gatekeeper of Justice Whistleblowing Obligation/Exception Part II. Criminal Law and Evidence 9. Criminal Justice Law Reform Challenges for the Future: It's Time to Curb Australia's Prison Addiction 10. Is Criminal Law Reform a Lost Cause? 11. Rethinking Rape Law Reform: Challenges and Possibilities 12. The Fraught Dichotomy between Context and Tendency Evidence in Sexual Assault Cases - Suggestions for Reform 13. Improving the Effectiveness of Corporate Criminal Liability: Old Challenges in a Transnational World 14. Stereotypes in the Courtroom 15. The Justice Motive: Psychological Research on Perceptions of Justice in Criminal Law 16. How Interpretation of Indistinct Covert Recordings Can Lead to Wrongful Conviction: A Case Study and Recommendations for Reform 17. Australia's Lower-level Criminal Courts: Tackling 21st Century Problems in a 19th Century Paradigm? Part III. Environmental Law 18. What is the Mainstream? The Laws of First Nations Peoples 19. Overturning Aqua Nullius: Pathways to National Law Reform. 20. A Governance Framework for Indigenous Ecological Knowledge Protection and Use 21. Reforming Environmental Law for Responsiveness to Change 22. Future Water: Improving Planning, Markets, Enforcement and Learning 23. Effective Law for Rural Environmental Governance: Meta‑Governance Reform and Farm Stewardship Part IV. Private Law 24. Pitfalls of Statutory Reform in Private Law: Recipient Liability for Breach of Trust 25. Recent Reforms to Australian Charity Law 26. Consumer Protection, Recreational Activities and Personal Injury Compensation: Inconsistency in Need of Reform 27. Statutory Interpretation and the Critical Role of Soft Law Guidelines in Developing a Coherent Law of Remedies in Australia 28. Meeting the Potential of Alternative Remedies in Australian Defamation Law 29. Designing Reparation: Lessons from Private Law 30. Apologies, Liability and Civil Society: Where to from Here? 31. Renovating the Concept of Consent in Contract and Property Law 32. Nudging Charities to Balance the Needs of the Present against Those of the Future Part V. Public Law 33. Voluntary Voting for Referendums in Australia: Old Wine, New Bottle 34. Reforming Constitutional Reform 35. Does Australia Need a Popular Constitutional Culture? 36. Constitutional Dimensions of Law Reform 37. The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security: A Point of Increasing Influence in Australian Counter-Terrorism Law Reform? 38. Rights Dialogue under the Victorian Charter: The Potential and the Pitfalls 39. Court Records as Archives: The Need for Law Reform to Ensure Access 40. A Positive Freedom of Public Speech? Australian Media Law Reform and Freedom of Political Communication 41. The Need for Reform of Australia's Birth Registration Systems 42. Simplifying Government Secrecy?. Part VI. Legal Practice and Legal Education 43. Australian Legal Practice: Ethical Climate and Ethical Climate Change 44. Strengthening Australian Legal Ethics and Professionalism 45. Since Lawyers Work in Teams, We Must Focus on Team Ethics 46. The Legal Roots of a Sustainable and Resilient Economy: New Kinds of Legal Entities, New Kinds of Lawyers? 47. Wearing Two Hats: Lawyers Acting as Mediators 48. Enabling Marginalised Voices to Be Heard: The Challenge to Law Reform Bodies 49. The End of Ramism: And the Shape of Things To Come 50. Shared Space and the Regulation of Legal Education 51. Dreaming of Diversity in Legal Education Bibliography.
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