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December 17, 2018
NGOs condemn COP 24 climate negotiations as “weak, unbalanced, and loophole-riddled”
By Dr Tim Cadman Griffith Law School Members of the Climate, Land, Ambition, and Rights Alliance (CLARA) are disappointed by the extremely weak outcome of the 24thConference of Parties (COP24). The outcome represents a retreat from the necessary level of ambition needed to combat climate change, in...
December 14, 2018
Case Study – An Insolvency Pracademic Experience
Dr Jennifer Dickfos Griffith Law School During February to April of 2018, as part of my approved study program,I engaged in a pracademic experience at Worrells Solvency Accountants. For those unfamiliar with the term, a pracademic may be narrowly described as a person who is dually recognised as an ...
December 04, 2018
COP 24 Katowice, Poland: The Sign of Things to Come?
By Dr Tim Cadman Griffith Law School The first thing to greet delegates at the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP 24) once they emerge from the remotely located airport of Katowice, besides the cold, is the smell of burning coal. On the long bus ride into town those that look out of the window ...
November 29, 2018
Buddhist Constitutionalism: A Short Prelude to the Constitutional Crisis in Sri Lanka
By Dr Roshan de Silva-Wijeyeratne Griffith Law School There are some 350 million Buddhist around the world from South and South East Asia to Russia and Western Europe. While debates about Monastic Law in South and Southeast Asia have dominated Buddhist Studies ever since Max Weber’s early contributi...
November 28, 2018
Exploring inclusive palm oil production
By Dr Tim Cadman Griffith Law School What is Inclusiveness? Simply put, inclusiveness can be understood in terms of access and weight. Access refers to making sure all stakeholders are admitted into venues of power where decisions are made, while weight refers to ensuring their input is balanced in ...
November 23, 2018
Do Australian Farmers need a Right to Repair?
By Associate Professor Leanne Wiseman Griffith Law School In the past decade, we have seen a rapid increase in the products Australians use everyday that now require a computer program to enable the device to operate. It is as a result of this, that we are now seeing the impact that copyright (and t...