Sunday, September 8, 2013

New Volume: Australian International Law Journal

The latest volume of the Australian International Law Journal (Vol. 19, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium Papers
    • Andrew Dickinson, The Future of Private International Law in Australia
    • Andrew Bell, The Future of Private International Law in Australia
  • Articles
    • Megan Davis, To Bind or Not to Bind: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Five Years On
    • Stephen Tully, Protecting Australian Cyberspace: Are our International Lawyers Ready?
    • David Rolph, Splendid Isolation? Australia as a Destination for ‘Libel Tourism’
    • Lisa Toohey, Barriers to Universal Membership of the World Trade Organization
    • Catherine Stubberfield, Lifting the Organisational Veil: Positive Obligations of the European Union Following Accession to the European Convention on Human Rights
    • Ben Saul & Tim Stephens, Not Yet Out of the Woods: Australia’s Attempt to Regulate Illegal Timber Imports and World Trade Organization Obligations
    • Sirko Harder, Recent Judicial Aberrations in Australian Private International Law
    • Albert Monichino, Luke Nottage & Diana Hu, International Arbitration in Australia: Selected Case Notes and Trends
    • Tim Poisel, Deep Seabed Mining: Implications of Seabed Disputes Chamber’s Advisory Opinion