McKeough, J. & Stewart, A. 1997, Intellectual Property in Australia, Second, Butterworths, Australia.
Stuhmcke, A.G. 1997, Essential Tort Law, 1st, Cavendish, Australia.
Goldblatt, BA, Albertyn, C & Fedler, J 1997, 'Gender' in The Law of South Africa (LAWSA), Durban, pp. 139-189.
Karpin, I.A., Fineman, M.A. & McCluskey, M. 1997, 'Pop Justice: TV, Feminism and the Law' in Fineman, M. & McCluskey, M.T. (eds), Feminism, Media and the Law, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 120-135.
Carney, T & Tait, D 1997, 'Caught between two systems? Guardianship and young people with a disability.', International journal of law and psychiatry, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 141-166.
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Dorsett, S.G. 1997, ''Clear and Plain Intention': Extinguishment of Native Title in Australia and Canada Post-Wik', Griffith Law Review, vol. 6, pp. 96-121.
For very large document collections or high volume streams of documents such as information resources on the web, finding relevant documents is a major information filtering problem. Traditional full text retrieval methods can not locate documents which
Goldblatt, BA 1997, 'A Feminist Perspective on Law Reform : An evaluation of attempts to establish a Family Court in South Africa', South African Journal on Human Rights, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 373-400.
Goldblatt, BA 1997, 'Dealing with the aftermath- Sexual Violence and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission', Agenda, vol. 36, pp. 7-7.
Hitchens, LP 1997, 'Approaches to Broadcasting Regulation: Australia and the United Kingdom Compared', Legal Studies, vol. 17, pp. 40-63.
Humphreys, C & Kaye, M 1997, 'Third-party applications for protection orders: Opportunities, ambiguities and traps', Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 403-421.
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The Family Law Act 1996 allows for the possibility of third parties applying for protection orders‘ in situations of domestic violence. This paper employs a feminist perspective to explore the potential benefits and hazards of this practice, particularly when the police are the third-party applicants. The Australian experience of similar legislative provisions is drawn upon to highlight issues which might arise in England and Wales. Consultation with domestic violence workers in a wide range of agencies as well as documentary evidence from reports and research provided general endorsement of the practice. However. there remain contentious issues which suggest that caution is required before transporting legislation and practices from one jurisdiction to another. © 1996 Routledge.
Landrigan, M 1997, 'Vertical Price and Non-Price Restraints in Australia and the US: A Comparative Analysis'.
Shiff, D, Ergas, H & Landrigan, M 1997, 'Telecommunications Issues in Market Definition'.
Stuhmcke, A.G. 1997, 'Administrative Law and the Privatisation of Government Business Enterprises: A Case Study of the Victorian Electricity Industry', Australian Journal of Administrative Law, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 185-199.
Stuhmcke, A.G. 1997, 'Lesbian Access to In Vitro Fertilisation', Australasian Gay & Lesbian Law Journal, vol. 7, pp. 15-40.
Dorsett, S.G. 1997, 'An Update on Compliance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child', ALTA.
Greenleaf, G, Mowbray, A, King, G, Cant, S & Chung, P 1997, 'More than wyshful thinking: AustLII's legal inferencing via the World Wide Web', Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, pp. 47-55.
The World Wide Web presents new challenges for the development of legal inferencing systems. This project starts by implementing via the web the inferencing component of the previous `DataLex' research, through the wysh interface. This provides one solution to the problem of maintaining state in web interactions, while only requiring standard HTML and CGI facilities. Wysh knowledgebases can interact with other wysh knowledgebases located anywhere on the web, creating opportunities for new forms of `cooperative' knowledgebase development. Automated and customized means of linking knowledgebases and inferencing dialogues to a large dynamic `real world' legal information system (the Australasian Legal Information Institute) are provided, giving one means of overcoming the `knowledgebase lag'. The project's development tools are available to any legal knowledgebase developer via the web.