We have been informed of the following relevant publications over the last few months:
- Elise Bant and Jeannie M Paterson, ‘Fines that’ll hurt. ASIC’s powerful, if ill-fitting teeth’ The Conversation, 27 February 2019;
- Sarah Hook, ‘Dealing Fairly with Parody: How literary theory can inform legal definitions’ (2019) 29(2) Australian Intellectual Property Journal 91;
- Luke Nottage and Jeannie Marie Paterson ‘Consumer Contracts and Product Safety in South East Asia: Partly Trading Up’ in P. Hsieh & B. Mercurio (Eds.), ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (2019, Cambridge University Press);
- Gail Pearson, Elisabeth Peden, GJ Tolhurst, Sheelagh McCracken, Jeannie Paterson, Anne McNaughton, Ryan Catterwell and Allison Silink, Commercial Law: Commentary and Materials, 4th ed (Thomson Reuters, 2019);
- Pauline Ridge and Joachim Dietrich, ‘Challenging Conceptions of Accessory Liability in Private Law’, Cambridge Law Journal, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0008197319000345. (Published online: 22 April 2019); and
- Philippa Ryan, Trust and Distrust in Digital Economies (Routledge, 2019, forthcoming).
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.
Dr Philippa Ryan will be taking up a position as Senior Lecturer with the ANU College of Law in July 2019. Congratulations, Pip!
Rosemary Teele Langford’s new book Company Directors’ Duties and Conflicts of Interest (Oxford University Press, 2019) is being launched on 2 May 2019 at Melbourne Law School by Justice Michelle Gordon AC of the High Court of Australia.
As noted in a previous post, the University of Sydney Law School has put out a call for papers for its colloquium on Intersections in Private Law in August 2019. Please see that post for details.
And as also noted in an earlier post, Obligations X has issued its call for papers for its conference in Harvard (co-hosted by Harvard Law School and Melbourne Law School) from July 14 to 17, 2020. The theme is ‘Private Law Inside and Out’.