The Adelaide Law Review, one of Australia’s leading law journals since its inception in 1960, has celebrated the publication of its 40th volume. The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG launched a special issue of the Adelaide Law Review – volume 40, issue 1 – at Adelaide Law School on 21 August. The special issue contains contributions from authors associated with the Review over its history, including current and former judges of the International Court of Justice, High Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia and Supreme Courts of South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland, distinguished academics from leading law schools around Australia, North America and the United Kingdom, and senior legal practitioners from around Australia. The Adelaide Law Review offers top students in the Bachelor of Laws program the opportunity to develop their research and writing skills through service as Student Editors, and publishes peer-reviewed research from the foremost national and international legal scholars.
Thanks to our contributors to the 40th volume which include: Matthew Stubbs, Michael Kirby, Christian Andreotti and Holly Nicholls, Anthony Moore, Peter Rathjen, John M Williams, Melissa de Zwart, Ian Leader-Elliott, Horst Klaus Lucke, John Keeler, Isabella Dunning, Irene Nikoloudakis, Caitlyn Georgeson, John Gava, Paul Babie, John V Orth, Irene Watson, Andrea Mason, Martin Hinton, James Crawford, Rose Cameron, Judith Gardam, Vikie Chapman Catherine Branson, Adam Webster, Margaret White, Melissa Perry, Brent Fisse, Suzanne Corcoran, Judith Bannister, Thomas Gray, Katrina Bochner, Marie Shaw, Ben Doyle, Vicki Waye.
The Adelaide Law Review Volume 40 can now be viewed here: https://law.adelaide.edu.au/adelaide-law-review#volume-40-number-1-2019