We are up to our penultimate post for 2019!
We have become aware of the following publications in private law:
- Renae Barker and Robyn Carroll, ‘How might an apology feature in the new religious freedom bill?’ The Conversation (10 September 2019);
- Katy Barnett, ‘Citation as a measure of ‘impact’: Female legal academics at a disadvantage?’ (2019) Alternative Law Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/1037969X19874847 (advance) (currently open access);
- Katy Barnett, ‘Gain-based damages’ in Roger Halson and David Campbell (eds), Research Handbook on Remedies in Private Law (2019, Edward Elgar) 311;
- Fiona Burns, ‘The Evolution of the Profit a Prendre and its Importance in Australia’ (2018) 44(3) Monash University Law Review 687;
- Jacob Flynn, Rebecca Giblin and François Petitjean, ‘What Happens When Books Enter the Public Domain? Testing Copyright’s Underuse Hypothesis across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada’ (2019) 42(4) University of New South Wales Law Journal (advance);
- Kate Galloway, ‘The Role of Pateman’s Sexual Contract in Beneficial Interests in Property’ (2019) Feminist Legal Studies https://doi.org/10.1007/s10691-019-09413-2;
- Pauline Ridge, ‘When Is the Advancement of Religion Not a Charitable Purpose?’ (2020) Canadian Journal of Contemporary and Comparative Law (forthcoming); ANU College of Law Research Paper No. 19.24 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3475218
- Ellen Rock, ‘Misfeasance in the Public Office’ (2019) 42(3) Melbourne University Law Review (advance);
- Prue Vines, ‘Re Estate Wilson, Deceased (2017): The Last Frontier for Aboriginal Intestacy in Australia?’ in Brian Sloan (ed),Landmark Cases in Succession Law (Hart Publishing 2019);
- Prue Vines, ‘Book Review: The Statutory Foundations of Negligence’ (2019) 41(3) Sydney Law Review 411; and
- Carolyn Sappideen, ‘Medical Professionals and the Erosion of the Ordinary Practitioner Standard’ (2019) 27 Tort Law Review 37.
We have been told of the following grants:
- Elise Bant, ‘Unravelling Corporate Fraud: re-purposing ancient laws for modern times’ (ARC Future Fellowship Award);
- Kirsty Gover, ‘Understanding and Recognising Indigenous Law and Legal Systems’ (ARC Future Fellowship Award);
- Vicki Huang and Sue Finch, ‘Gender and Australian Patent Application Outcomes’. Deakin Science & Society Interdisciplinary Project Incubator Award (Commencing 2020).
Professor Elise Bant will be moving from Melbourne Law School to the Law School at University of Western Australia on 1 January 2020, but will retain a position as a Professorial Fellow at MLS.
The usual caveat:
As always, if we’ve left anything out, please let us know and we’ll update the list and tweet updates. Our aim with this blog is to be as inclusive as possible. Please contact us (by commenting, by using the “Contact us” mechanism on this post, emailing us at austwomenprivlawnet[at] or other social media means) and we will add your publications or news to the post.