Ergas, H., McKeough, J. & Stonier, S. 2000, Review of Intellectual Property Legislation Under the Competition Principles Agreement, IP Australia.
Lambert, H 2000, 'Contempt of Court in French Law: A Criminal Offence' in Addo, M (ed), Freedom of Expression and the Criticism of Judges, Ashgate, pp. 113-125.
Mowbray, A.S. 2000, 'Scalability of web resources for Law: Austlii's technical road map: past, present and future' in Patrick Keyzer (ed), Law on the internet, Halstead Press, Rushcutters Bay Australia, pp. 178-197.
Austin, D.K., Mowbray, A.S. & Chung, P.T. 2000, 'Scalability of Web Resources for Law: AustLII's Technical Road Map: Present and Future', The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT), vol. 1, no. 0, pp. 0-0.
Booth, T. 2000, 'The dead victim, the family victim and victim impact statements in New South Wales', Current Issues in Criminal Justice, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 292-307.
Carney, T 2000, 'New configurations of justice and services for the vulnerable: Panacea or panegyric?', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 318-340.
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Accessible justice (tribunals), integrated justice (drug courts), community justice (sentencing circles or "conferencing"), group justice (ulysses agreements), and contractual justice (private "settlements") are new ways of tackling old problems; often ones involving vulnerable groups. Vulnerable groups pose particular challenges about whether the state should intervene, in what ways, and whether through the legal, medical, or welfare systems. New programs, with new objectives and new sectoral boundaries, necessarily raise new questions. Questions about ethical foundations. Questions about implications for "citizenship", or for the rule of law, or for distributional equity. And questions about program "effectiveness". This paper identifies common themes and patterns in the reforms, including "active" rather than passive adjudication, judicial commitment to realisation of identified goals, intersectoral collaboration, community in-put or control, and use of privatised "contractualist" metaphors. It considers the extent to which this reflects globalisation (harmonisation with civil law experience), or is emblematic of "postmodernism" (better attuning programs to diversity and fluidity), or other theoretical positions (such as contractualism and republican citizenship). It is argued that these experiments should be cautiously welcomed, subject to rigorous assessment of their merits, since their over-enthusiastic adoption risks breaches of fundamental ethical, civil citizenship, or medico-legal precepts, and may allow theory to outstrip its evidentiary base.
Chung, P.T., Austin, D.K. & Mowbray, A.S. 2000, 'A defence of plain HTML for Law: AustLii's Approach to Standards', The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT), vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 0-0.
With its public access objective, AustLII is very concerned with accessibility and usability issues. Web technologies such as the use of frames, portable document format (PDF) files, and images are discussed based on AustLII's notions of accessibility and usability. Some considerations are also made in relation to general web standards as well as legal specific standards.
Cunneen, C & Libesman, T 2000, 'Postcolonial trauma: The contemporary removal of indigenous children and young people from their families in Australia', Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 99-115.
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The removal of Indigenous children from their families within contemporary Australia is considered by way of both child protection and juvenile justice interventions and within the context of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families. In particular, the article considers the findings and recommendations of the Inquiry in relation to contemporary removals and Government responses to those recommendations.
Dorsett, S.G. 2000, 'In the Box: Native Title as Cultural Regulation', Media and Culture Review, vol. 3, p. 3.
Dorsett, SG & Godden, L 2000, 'The Interaction of Planning Law and Native Title', Environment and Planning Law Journal, vol. 17, no. 5, pp. 374-382.
Goldblatt, BA 2000, 'Amod v Multilateral Motor Vehicle Accidents Fund (Commission for Gender Equality Intervening)', South African Journal on Human Rights, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 138-138.
Goldblatt, BA & Mills, S 2000, 'Reviewing the Road Accidents Fund- a gender-sensitive perspective', De Rebus, vol. 30, no. 6.
Graycar, R & Millbank, J 2000, 'The Bride Wore Pink. . . to the Property (Relationships) Legislation Amendment Act 1999', Canadian Journal of Family Law, vol. 17, pp. 227-282.
Greenleaf, G.W., Austin, D.K., Chung, P.T., Matthews, J., Davis, M.J. & Mowbray, A.S. 2000, 'Solving the problem of finding law on the web: World Law and DIAL', The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT), vol. 1, no. 0, pp. 0-0.
Hitchens, L.P. 2000, 'Directorships - How Many is Too Many?', Company Financial and Insolvency Law Review, vol. 3, pp. 359-369.
Karpin, I.A. 2000, 'The Genetic Connection - Owning our Genetic Heritage', Journal of Law and Medicine, vol. 7.
Lenta, P 2000, 'Transitional justice and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission', Theoria, vol. 47, pp. 52-73.
McCann, S., Greenleaf, G.W., Chung, P.T., Moore, T.S. & Austin, D.K. 2000, 'Reconciliation Online: Reflections and Possibilities', UTS Law Review, vol. 2, pp. 139-152.
Millbank, J & Sant, K 2000, 'A Bride in Her Every-Day Clothes: Same Sex Relationship Recognition in NSW', Sydney Law Review, vol. 22, no. 181.
Redman, R. & O'Connell, K. 2000, 'Achieving Pay Equity Through Human Rights Law in Australia', Australian Journal of Human Rights, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 107-122.
Dorsett, S.G. 2000, 'In the Box: Native Title as Cultural Regulation', Annual Law and Society Conference, Brisbane.
Dorsett, S.G. 2000, 'Native Title and the Authentic Aborigine', Helsinki.
Stuhmcke, A.G. 2000, 'Role of the Ombudsman in the New Millennium', 1st Annual Conference OMDOSHEAA, UTS.