Our Westlaw AU Insurance suite has undergone an exciting revitalization over the past 3 months. Following Peter Mann’s comprehensive amendments to Mann’s Annotated Insurance Law, July saw the addition of Sutton on Insurance Law to our online offering and this month we will publish the results of the review and reworking of Wickens: The Law of Life Insurance. Since Sutton’s ...more
Meet new Victorian Courts author Fiona Cameron and read about the work she has contributed to on the topic of pleadings
We are excited to welcome new author Fiona Cameron to our Victorian Courts service! Fiona is a barrister at the Victorian Bar, practising primarily in commercial and administrative law. Prior to joining the Bar, Fiona was an associate at both the Victorian Supreme Court and the Federal Court of Australia, and was previously employed by Crawford ...more
We are very pleased to announce that a new classification scheme for Evidence is now available on FirstPoint on Westlaw AU. The new classification scheme is a result of a comprehensive reissue of the Australian Digest Evidence title undertaken by Senior Legal Editor Sarah-Jane Greenaway BA LLB. During the reissue process, Sarah-Jane reviewed thousands of ...more
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Meet new Victorian Courts author John Leung and read what he has to say about the Dallas Buyers Club case
We are excited to welcome new author John Leung to our Victorian Courts service! John is a barrister at the Victorian Bar. He has a broad based commercial practice with a particular interest in professional negligence. Prior to coming to the Bar, John was associate to the Honourable Justice Macaulay of the Supreme Court of ...more
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The following Subtitles were updated in October 2015 and are now available on Westlaw AU: Criminal Law Principles 9.4 “Extradition and Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters” Updated by Dr Stephen Tully, Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales This is a new Subtitle which examines the law governing the extradition of offenders from Australia to ...more
The privilege against self-incrimination is a long-established principle of the criminal law, recognized in both statute and common law. Provision is made for it in each Australian jurisdiction’s Evidence Act. The High Court of Australia has even attributed the status of a human right to the privilege: Environment Protection Authority (NSW) v Caltex Refining Co Pty Ltd ...more