Sorry for the hiatus at the end of 2019…it will now be remedied by a mega-post listing all publications by Australian academics and lawyers writing or co-writing in private law from November 2019 to February 2020. We hope everyone has survived the various bushfires, floods, and viruses so far this year.
We have become aware of the following publications:
- Elise Bant and Jeannie Paterson, ‘Estoppel, misleading conduct and equitable fraud’ (2019) 13 Journal of Equity 183;
- Katy Barnett, ‘Mitigation and Remoteness in Contract: Policy and Principle’ (2019) 36(1) Journal of Contract Law 5;
- Katy Barnett, ‘Opinion: The Academy and the Courts – Speech by Kiefel CJ’ on Opinions on High (22 November 2019) <https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/opinionsonhigh/2019/11/22/opinion-the-academy-and-the-courts-speech-by-kiefel-cj/>;
- Katy Barnett, ‘Mann v Paterson Constructions’ on Opinions on High (29 November 2019) <https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/opinionsonhigh/2019/11/29/mann-v-paterson-constructions-pty-ltd/>;
- Katy Barnett, ‘Glencore International AG v Commissioner of Taxation’ on Opinions on High (29 November 2019) <https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/opinionsonhigh/2019/11/29/glencore-international-ag-v-commissioner-of-taxation/>
- Jade Bouchier, ‘Casenote: Stone v Chappel (2017) 128 SASR 165 – Is the Doctrine of Economic Waste A Waste of Time?’ (2019) 40(2) Adelaide Law Review 599;
- Evgenia Bourova, Ian Ramsay and Paul Ali, ‘Limitations of Australia’s Legal Hardship Protections for Women with Debt Problems Caused by Economic Abuse’ (2019) 42(4) University of New South Wales Law Journal 1146;
- Claudia Carr, ‘Lawful act duress’ (2020) 13 Journal of Equity 292;
- Pearl Davidson, ‘Availability of vicarious liability for intentional abuse committed by foster carers against foster children’ (2019) 25 Tort Law Journal 252;
- Kate Falconer, ‘Dismantling Doodeward: Guided Discretion as the Superior Basis for Property Rights in Human Biological Material’ (2019) 42(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal 899;
- Daniel Fitzpatrick, Caroline Compton and Joseph Foukona, ‘Property and the State or ‘The Folly of Torrens’: A Comparative Perspective’ (2019) 42(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal 953;
- Vanessa Johnston and Ben France-Hudson, ‘Implications of Climate Change for Western Concepts of Ownership: Australian Case Study’ (2019) 42(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal 869;
- Rosemary Teele Langford, ‘Pursuit Revisited’ (2020) 13 Journal of Equity 267;
- Rosemary Teele Langford, ‘Directors’ Duties and Whistleblowing’ in Sulette Lombard, Vivienne Brand and Janet Austin (eds), Corporate Whistleblowing and Regulation (Springer, 2020);
- Aiden Lerch and Yvonne Apolo, ‘Re-examining Miller v Miller: A search for rationality and coherence in Australia’s illegality defence’ (2019) 25 Tort Law Journal 219;
- Felicity Maher and Stephen Puttick, ‘Reconsidering Independent Advice: A Framework for Analysing Two-Party and Three-Party Cases’ (2020) 43(1) University of New South Wales Law Journal (advance);
- Felicity Maher, ‘An Empirical Study of Exemplary Damages in Australia’ (2019) 43(2) Melbourne University Law Review (advance);
- Kylie Pappalardo and James Meese, ‘In Support of Tolerated Use: Rethinking Harms, Moral Rights and Remedies in Australian Copyright Law’ (2019) 43(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal 928;
- Tina Popa and Kathy Douglas, ‘‘Best for the protagonists involved’: Views from senior tort lawyers on the value of mediation in Victorian medical negligence disputes’ (2019) 45(2) Monash Law Review 333;
- Michelle Sharpe, ‘ASIC v Kobelt: a consumer protection blackout?’ (2019) 27(4) Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law 283
- Cathy Sherry, ‘Does Discrimination Law Apply to Residential Strata Schemes?’ (2020) 43(1) University of New South Wales Law Journal (advance);
- Teresa Somes, ‘Identifying Vulnerability: The Argument for Law Reform for Failed Family Accommodation Arrangements’  12(1) Elder Law Review (online)
Updated to add Michelle Sharpe’s recent publication.
Grants and Awards
We have become aware of the following grants and awards:
M Foster, K Burns, and S Harris Rimmer, ‘Adjudicating priorities and rights in the battle for a sustainable and fair National Disability Insurance Scheme’ Australian Research Council Discovery Grant 2020 – 2023
Kate Offer was awarded Woman Lawyer of the Year 2020 by the Women Lawyers of Western Australia.
Kylie Burns and Kate Galloway were among the inspirational women legal academics in the Women Lawyers Qld list for International Women’s Day.
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]gmail.com or other social media means) and we will add your publications or news to the next post.