Australian competition law already strikes an appropriate balance between preserving competition and promoting innovation but a continued prioritisation of these markets by Australian regulators and policy-makers is required. Read more.

Model train hobbyists, a physics professor and the enforceability of free and open source software licences. Read more.

Using a network of marine protected areas and the example of the OSPAR Convention as a potential mechanism for regulating bioprospecting at hydrothermal vents in areas beyond national jurisdiction. Read more.

For states to meet their responsibilities in the online world, states must find ways to transpose the powers of enforcement to the Internet. Read more.

Dying is personal. And it is profound. For many, the thought of an ignoble end, steeped in decay, is abhorrent. A quiet, proud death, bodily integrity intact, is a matter of extreme consequence. Read more.

Leadership is often cited as a key success factor in most legal service organisation. Do you agree with this assertion or not? What’s the evidence for your response? In what ways could legal services improve their leadership capability and impact? Read more.