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Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 1751
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2022Social Media, Free Speech and Religious Freedom in AustraliaBabie, P.; Langos, C.
2022When good intentions are not enough: Professionals' perceptions of the South Australian communication partner schemePlater, D.; Hoff, S.; Powell, M.
2022Embracing a New Digital Era for the Adelaide Law ReviewStubbs, M.
2022'Really Engages Students': Flipped and Inquiry Learning in Law in the 21st CenturyKoch, C.; Stubbs, M.; Carpenter, E.
2022Remembering James CrawfordStubbs, M.; LaForgia, R.
2022The South Australian Law Reform Institute a decade on: 'May you continue well into the future'Plater, D.; Williams, J.
2022Re-trials after Acquittals in GermanyTaylor, G.
2022Smart Casual - identifying and responding to a national need for discipline- specific teacher development resources for sessional law teachersHewitt, A.
2022'Autonomy and Safeguarding are not Mutually Inconsistent': A Review of the Operation of the Ageing and Adult Safeguarding Act 1995 (SA)Plater, D.; Brunacci, A.; Nicholls, H.; Holt, J.; Okninski, M.; Pandos, O.; Portelli, T.; Narayan, D.; Tan, R.; Tran, K.; Villios, S.; Williams, J.; Government of South Australia
2022'I, Contract': Evaluating the Mistake Doctrine's Application Where Autonomous Smart Contracts Make 'Bad' DecisionsGiancaspro, M.
2022Submission of the Australian Discrimination Law Experts Group in response to the Review of the Model Defamation Provisions Stage 2 Part BSwannie, B.; Taylor, A.; Gaze, B.; Hewitt, A.; Sheard, N.; Victorian Department of Justice and Community Safety
2022Rubbing Salt Into the Wound: Could Unsolicited Emergency Ambulance Fees Fall Foul of the Australian Consumer Law?Giancaspro, M.
2022Reconstructing the Principle of Non-Intervention and Non-Interference – Electoral Disinformation, Nicaragua, and the Quilt-work ApproachTay, X.W.
2021To the moon and beyond: The Artemis Accords and the evolution of space lawde Zwart, M.; de Zwart, M.; Hederson, S.
2021Religious freedom and education in Australian schoolsBabie, P.
2021On the limits of political emancipation and legal rightsBurdon, P.D.
2021Would we be right to try "Right to try?"Miola, J.; Richards, B.
2021Ensuring respect and targetingStephens, D.G.; Massingham, E.; McConachie, A.
2021Democratic Decay: Challenges for Constitutionalism and the Rule of LawDiab, R.; Hunt, C.D.L.; Neudorf, L.
2021The targeting of environmentalists with state-corporate intelligence networksBurdon, P.; Anker, K.; Burdon, P.D.; Garver, G.; Maloney, M.; Sbert, S.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 1751