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Volume 7 Issue 1 2003

 

Refereed Articles


Intellectual Property Laws in the South Pacific: Friend or Foe?  
by Miranda Forsyth


Emerging Patterns in Environmental Legislation in Pacific Island Countries  
by David Farrier


Modern Day Torture: Government-sponsored neglect of asylum seeker children under the Australian mandatory immigration detention regime  
by Barbara Rogalla

Working Papers


Comment: John Howard's Preemptive Strike Thesis  
by Myint Zan

Conference Reports


Report on Pacific Islands Judges Symposium on Sustainable Development  
By Gregory Rose


Mid Year Meeting of the American Bar Association, Seattle, Washington, February 2003  
by Peter MacFarlane


Burma/Myanma(r) Research and Its Future, 21-25 September 2002, Gothenberg, Sweden  
by Myint Zan

Book Reviews


Review of Atkin B. and Parker W. Family Law in New Zealand  
Reviewed by Sue Farran


Butterworths Australian Competition Law by Steinwall R. (ed.)  
Reviewed by Krishn Shah


Review of Appearing for the Plaintiff by J.L. Williams  
Reviewed by Ted Hill


Ethics - Professional Responsibility and the Lawyer by Webb D.  
Reviewed by Peter MacFarlane


Review of The Myth of Development by Oswaldo de Reviero  
Reviewed by Mohammed Ahmadu

Case Commentaries


Having your cake and eating it in Samoa: the case of Board of Trustees of the Congregational Church of Samoa v Fililia I’aulaulo Pouvi and Tapusoa Malulaufai  
by Sue Farran


Legality in a Parliamentary Change of Government: Nauru: Constitutional Reference No. 1 of 2003: In the Matter of Article 55 of the Constitution and in the Matter of a Resolution Pursuant to Article 24(1) of the Constitution  
by Gregory Tardi


The Legal Limits of a Presidential Pardon: Case Note on Sope v the Speaker of Parliament of Vanuatu
by Miranda Forsyth


Crimes against Humanity: “Immunity” versus “Impunity”: Arrest Warrant of 11 April 2000 (Democratic Republic of Congo v Belgium)
by Myint Zan


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