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Stalking in Queensland: From the Nineties to Y2K

://epublications.bond.edu.au/blr - Thi s commentary is available in Bond Law Review: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/blr/vol11/iss1/9 STALKING IN QUEENSLAND: FROM THE NINETIES TO Y2K By SALLY KIFT LLB (Hons) (UQ), LLM (QUT

The decline and demise of the Commonwealth’s strategic investment in quality learning and teaching

will have on the nation’s third largest export earner (Universities Australia, 2016). This Invited Feature republishes a statement from Professor Sally Kift, President of the Australian Learning and ... this advocacy together on its website and prefaced it with the statement by Sally Kift that is now reproduced with permission (pp. 4-5). A selection of quotes (pp. 5-7) following the statement are

Report 87: Review of Section 409B of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) New South Wales Law Reform Commission, Sydney, 1998,188pp

Traditionally, at common law, the prior sexual history of the victim of a sexual offence was considered relevant per se both to the issue of consent to the conduct complained of and to the victim's general credibility and reliability as a witness. On this basis, victims could be cross-examined about matters such as: their sexual reputation; sexual history with the accused; sexual...

The Dietrich Dilemma

In Dietrich, the High Court had regard to the growing body of international human rights law as a legitimate influence in developing the common law right not to be tried unfairly in the absence of legal representation, yet decisions since Dietrich have indicated that the scope of the Australian right to fair trial in this aspect is likely to be narrower than that recognised under...

Women Surviving as Victims in the Criminal Justice System in Queensland: Is Re victimisation Inevitable?

, Brisbane, February 2000 (the Women's Taskforce Report) at (ii) 1 The first author was a member of the taskforce 2 Susan Currie (BA/LLB LLM), Senior Lecturer in Justice Studies, Faculty of Law, QUT and Sally ... Kift (LLB (Hons) LLM), Lecturer in Law, Faculty of Law , QUT 3 COVA , Sch 1, Item 33 In November, 1998, a 20 member all-female1 "Taskforce on Women and the Criminal Code" was established by the