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  • Health Law Bulletin
    The Australian Health Law Bulletin covers a range of issues, including public health, reproductive technology, doctor/patient confidentiality, health & medical insurance, drug regulation, risk management, mental health, forensic evidence, health privacy, professional negligence, duty to disclose, health care ethics, corporate governance of health services and discrimination, and other emerging issues related to health law in Australia.
  • Native Title
    Authoritative commentary on Native title law in Australia written by Graeme Neate, James McNamara, Matthew Pudovskis, John Southalan, Maureen Tehan, Megan Brayne and Susan Phillips. It is specially designed to assist lawyers, government, Aboriginal, mining and pastoral organisations practicing in the area of native title law. The service provides the annotated Native Title Act (Cth) plus Rules and Regulations, State and Territory legislation, and general commentary on Native title law and practice; as well as editors’ notes on determinations and the determination itself. Useful information for practitioners include application forms, practice notes and flowcharts. Case-notes from Australian and foreign jurisdictions are also provided. Native Title News is included in the subscription price for the Native Title service, or can be purchased separately.
  • Carter on Contract
    Written by University of Sydney Professor of Law and consultant, John Carter, Carter on Contract provides a comprehensive reference to contract law, presented in a logical and detailed format that is easy to comprehend. Set out in clear chapters and written in clear English, the publication provides a comprehensive reference to contract law. It includes an analysis of the theoretical underpinnings of contract law and its relation to equity, tort and restitution. There are sample clauses and practical examples to help draft contracts.
  • Legal Costs Victoria
    Legal Costs Victoria is a Victoria specific costs works. It compiles and provides commentary to materials relevant to legal costing in Victoria and federal jurisdictions. As new, up-to-date scales are added, the old scales are maintained. The Federal Companion to Legal Costs is also updated and issued with each service.
  • Cross on Evidence
    Authoritative commentary on evidence law in Australia written by a former judge of the High Court of Australia. Cross on Evidence expounds the civil and criminal law of evidence in all Australian jurisdictions and provides a clear explanation of the general principles. It is an indispensable tool for courts and barristers across Australia. It also includes the full text of the Evidence Acts and related legislation.
  • Criminal Law News
    This newsletter provides digests of recent cases and information about legislative developments to keep practitioners up to date with the latest happenings in NSW criminal law. Criminal Law News publishes 11 times a year and is usually 16 pages long. The newsletter is included as part of a subscription to Criminal Practice and Procedure NSW, or can be subscribed to separately.
  • Immigration Review
    Immigration Review is essential reading for anyone requiring comprehensive coverage of developments in immigration law. The review provides a forum for analysis of issues which confront migration practitioners and includes information on recent developments in immigration law and policy. Each issue contains expertly written articles and carefully selected recent cases highlighting key points in immigration law.
  • Sentencing Law NSW
    Sentencing Law NSW is a commentary work updated by Rod Howie QC (formerly a Justice of the Supreme Court of NSW) and Justice Bellew of the Supreme Court of NSW. The topics covered include general principles, statutory factors, procedure, sentencing options, children, advocacy, appeals, Local Court, specific offences, Cth offences and narcotic offences. The Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 (NSW), plus the Regulations, and extracts of the Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) are also included.
  • Australian Family Law
    An essential, practical and time saving tool, this four-volume work contains all the information necessary to prepare a family law case — a one-stop shop for federal legislation relating to family law. Australian Family Law also provides guidance on how recent changes will affect day-to-day family law practice. The product provides commentary on divorces, child support, property settlement & parenting arrangements.
  • Federal Criminal Law
    Federal Criminal Law is an essential practice tool for anyone working in the field of federal criminal law. The thematic approach works especially well for practitioners who do not know the area well. Case references and expert annotations to legislative provisions enables the interpretation of legislation with ease. Federal Criminal Law deals with the primary areas of practice encompassing drugs offences, customs offences, corporations and tax offences, migration offences, social security offences, plus more. Online and Lexis Red publishing occurs (on average) at least twice a month and during periods of rapid legislative change occurs several times a month.