The June issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine is a special issue on Donor Conception in the context of assisted reproductive technology. Guest edited by Sonia Allan, a Senior Lecturer at Deakin University, the issue contains a range of articles canvassing the complicated and controversial issues associated with donor conception, particularly in regards to the rights of donor-conceived persons.
The following Journal update articles where posted originally in the Journals Talk blog. Local Government Law Journal update: May 2012 By journals team on June 6, 2012 The first Part of Volume 17 of the Local Government Law Journal is the first Part to incorporate the Local Government and Planning Law Guide, with both Supreme ...more
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April 2012 Highlights Subtitle 5.3 Discovery and Interrogatories Westlaw AU / Legal Online Updated by Boxun Yin, Solicitor, Norton Rose This instalment update (for Chapters 1 – 6) focuses on the general purposes of discovery, preliminary discovery, search and freezing orders, discovery in the course of proceedings and medical examinations of the plaintiff. The Subtitle deals in ...more
Click on the corresponding document links below to go directly to the relevant update for each product. This list is current as at the time of writing. Note: Product updating cycles vary based on title. Some products update 15 times per year others only 2 – 3 times. Legislation updates when necessary, this can be many ...more