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Welcome to the September 2017 edition of Hearsay. Justice Thomas, recently a Justice of the Supreme Court and President of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, was appointed President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal ... read more

Admission Ceremony for the new Counsel.

Admission Ceremony for the new Counsel
Issue 80: September 2017
Arbitrability, Separability of Disputes and Stay of Proceedings Arbitrability, Separability of Disputes and Stay of Proceedings By Richard Morgan The following is an updated version of a paper presented to Cooper Grace Ward on 7 October 2016. The Federal Court decision in WDR Delaware Corporation v. Hydrox Holdings Pty Ltd; ...Read More >>
Hearing Objections to Mining Projects: an Enigma Wrapped in Obscurity?By President Kingham, Land Court of Queensland In 2016, a Member of the Land Court described the hearing of objections to mining projects as "an enigma wrapped in obscurity led by uncertainty&r...Read More >> Hearing Objections to Mining Projects: an Enigma Wrapped in Obscurity?
In This Issue
What Judges WantBy the Honourable Judge Morzone QC   In short, judges want to be persuaded to make the ‘right’ decision with ease. That is, without undue delay, complexity, or angst. To ...Read More >>
 
The New Class Action Regime in Queensland The following is an updated version of a paper presented to Cooper Grace Ward on 7 October 2016. In early August 2016 the Attorney General announced the Government’s intention to introduce a r...Read More >>
 
Diary of your South Pacific Correspondent By Joe Crowley In the first week of September 2016, 12 members of the Queensland Bar travelled to Port Moresby for the annual Commercial Litigation Workshop. 2016 marks the fourth year that this progr...Read More >>
 
Anglo Australian Lawyers AssociationWednesday 12 July 2017, London “Some reflections, following the Brexit decision, on secession, on the roles of Australian and English courts with respect to the validity of executive and legi...Read More >>
Recent Ceremonies The following is a selection of links to the speeches, transcripts and videos from various ceremonies which have taken place over the past few months in the State and Federal Courts.  Read More >>
 
Book Review: Ong on ContributionAuthor: Denis SK Ong Publisher: The Federation Press  Reviewer: Dan Butler Ong on Contribution, as the title suggests, examines, in detail, the doctrine of contribution. Professor On...Read More >>
 
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Book Review: Australian Charters of Rights: a Decade OnAuthors: Colin Campbell and Matthew Groves (eds.) Publisher: The Federation Press, 2017 Reviewer: Charles Wilson The framers of the Australian Constitution drew on many aspects of the American ...Read More >>
Hanrick Curran Specialised accounting advice for barristers  Hanrick Curran has over 30 years experience helping legal professionals create and execute strategies to achieve greater success.  Read More >>
 
Speeches and Legal Articles of Interest The following is a selection of links to articles, papers and other items which may be of interest to readers.   Read More >>
 
Court of Appeal Judgment Summary NotesThe following summary notes of recent decisions of the Queensland Court of Appeal have been prepared by Bruce Godfrey, Court of Appeal Research Officer. They provide a brief overview of each case. The...Read More >>
 
High Court of Australia Judgment Summary NotesThe following summary notes of recent decisions of the High Court of Australia provide a brief overview of each case. For more detailed information, please consult the Reasons for Judgment which may b...Read More >>
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