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Vol 3 (2017/2018): UniSA Student Law Review

The 2017/2018 edition suggests how the Australian Parliament should respond to the issue of doxing, and also considers whether South Australian law adequately protects the rights of hosts, guests and neighbours who are affected by home-sharing agreements such as AirBnB. 

Finally, this edition considers the adequacy of Australia's website-blocking laws under section 115A of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth).

Published: 2018-04-12
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Welcome to the UniSA Student Law Review.

The UniSA Student Law Review was started in 2015 as an avenue for students to publish their academic work to the world at large, in partnership with outside academics and practitioners.

This Review aims to create a 'dialogue' between students and academics/practitioners via the 'lead article and response article' system.

Student articles form the 'lead article', while the 'response articles' by outside academics/practitioners are shorter in length, and aim to add a different perspective, viewpoint and opinion to the student article.

To ensure the highest standard, Assoc. Prof Julia Davis supervises the journal.

We aim to showcase student research: In our view, students are scholars too, and their contributions to the academic world should be no less celebrated.