Welcome to the latest update in Scholarship for the Legal Community: a selection of curated summaries of recently published academic writing from local and international journals.
Three new pieces of research have been added to the collection, including:
- Read an analysis of the concept of ‘systems unconscionability’ in attributing culpability in corporate misconduct cases.
- Find out why third parties ought to be able to obtain a remedy under s 21 of the Australian Consumer Law where conduct is unconscionable towards others.
- Explore new research on the value of taking account of systemic deprivation in sentencing Indigenous offenders.
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