Organisation

Melbourne Law School

Recently added resources

Report

24 Feb 2017
293

The aim of this report is to minimise the significant damage that is being done to the Australian economy by harmful phoenix activity without unduly inhibiting legitimate business rescues and beneficial entrepreneurialism.

Report

4 Oct 2015
66

Explains how it is that the regulation of welfare of layer hens is now largely a matter of voluntary labeling for consumer choice rather than mandatory government regulation of animal welfare in production conditions.

Summary In mid-2014, Australian consumer affairs ministers announced that...

Journal article

26 Aug 2015
182

INTRODUCTION

I was asked to make some remarks about the concept of‘consultation’ in the proposal for Indigenous constitutional recognition put forward by the Cape York Institute (‘CPI’). My understanding of what presently is proposed is taken from the two submissions by the CPI to...

Report

5 Jun 2015
172

This paper argues that the driving motivation for federalism reform in Australia should be to enhance Australian federal democracy, and sets out ten principles to guide federal democratic reform.

Overview

This paper argues that the driving motivation for federalism reform in Australia...

Working paper

31 May 2015
46

This working paper is the first published output of an eighteen month (December 2014 – June 2016) research project conducted by staff at the Melbourne Law School that examines enforcement and penalties regimes under legislation administered by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). During...

Items published/produced 4

Associated Content 2