Hearsay ... the Journal of the Bar Association of Queensland
OOPS. Your Flash player is missing or outdated.Click here to update your player so you can see this content.
Issue 15: Dec 2006

As this is the final edition for 2006, Hearsay would like to thank the contributors who have made the first 15 editions possible.

Hearsay is also indebted to the Chief Executive Officer of the Association, Dan O’Connor, along with the staff of the Association, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General and the Supreme Court Library for their ongoing assistance and support.

Lastly, but by no means least, special thanks are extended to Emma Macfarlane, whose tireless work and enthusiasm for the publication made all the difference, and Gregory Hale, our designer, who survived our often unreasonable demands with patience and understanding.

I wish everyone the compliments of the Season and look forward to the publication of the next edition.

Martin Burns, Editor

Issue 15: Dec 2006
From the President From the PresidentAnd so 2006 draws to a close. Were I to provide for publication my answers to The Prism Quiz (an admittedly unlikely occurrence), the on...Read More >>
Presentation of Senior Counsel and Exchange of Christmas GreetingsOn 13 December 2006, those members who were last month appointed as Senior Counsel made their formal announcements and signed the roll, foll...Read More >> Presentation of Senior Counsel and Exchange of Christmas Greetings
Online Survey ResultsA total of 60 readers participated in the Online Survey that was conducted following the publication of the last Issue. In the pro...Read More >>
 
Swearing-in of His Honour Judge Anthony Rafter SC DCJOn 15 December 2006, His Honour Judge Anthony Rafter SC was sworn in as a Judge of the District Courts. The Association was repres...Read More >>
 
The Prism: Tony Morris QCTony Morris QC was born in 1960; the son of a solicitor; grandson of a bank manager and a shop-keeper; great-grandson of (amongst ...Read More >>
 
Intellectual Property and Joint Tortfeasors On 7 November 2006, Dowsett J handed down judgment in Louis Vuitton Malletier SA v Toea Pty Ltd [2006] FCA 1443 , a case tha...Read More >>
Advocacy Seminars in Papua New GuineaLast month Mal Varitimos and I presented seminars in advocacy to lawyers in Papua New Guinea. We did so at the invitation of the L...Read More >>
 
Criminal Law: Section 13A Undertakings - What Undertaking?Those that practice in the area of criminal law will no doubt think, why bother talking about undertakings given by co-offenders? ...Read More >>
 
Crown Law Choristers Celebrate Christmas2006 Choir entertaining crowds in the State Law Building foyer. The Crown Law Choir, supported by a string duo, wowed...Read More >>
 
Court of Appeal Judgments - Summary NotesThe following summary notes of recent decisions of the Queensland Court of Appeal have been prepared by the Associate to the Hon. ...Read More >>
Book ReviewCriminal Law and Procedure in New South Wales (Second Edition) Authors: Robert Hayes and Michael Eburn Lexis-Nexis Butterwor...Read More >>
 
Christmas Closure Read More >>
 
Heading 11
An American in Oz: A Trial Lawyer's Thoughts on AdvocacyPeter Axelrod continues his discussion of examination in chief from our last issue and looks at some techniques when leading your ...Read More >>
 
Heading 12
A Eulogy for Peter McHughRichard Galloway delivered the eulogy at the service to mark the passing of Peter McHugh. With Richard's permission it i...Read More >>
Straw Poll
Most Popular Articles
Online?
| | | |