Recent Judicial Reforms in China: Circular Reforms or a Breakthrough for the Chinese Judiciary?

This presentation examines judicial reforms that were initially launched in 1999. It starts with an analysis of the fundamental problems and difficulties that impeded judicial reforms over the past two decades or so. This will be¬†followed by a careful analysis… Continue Reading

Criminal justice reform to combat gun crime and organised crime: How far is too far?

By Fleur Beaupert Independent systems and practices reviews can provide governments with objective evaluations of the effectiveness of new law and policy regimes and whether they have been implemented in a reasonable, lawful and rights-respecting manner. I was part of… Continue Reading

La Trobe Law School Academics Present at the Australian National Law Reform Conference

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Three La Trobe Law School academics were¬†invited as leading scholars in their field of research to speak at the inaugural Australian National Law Reform Conference on 14 – 15 April 2016: Professor Paula Baron (expertise – legal practice), Professor Mary… Continue Reading