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).
UniSA Student Law ReviewVol. 2 (2016)
This year's edition features a discussion on the appropriate response to 'revenge pornography' and also considers the question of dishonest fiduciaries and the limitations of the law regarding breaches.
Finally, this edition debates whether lawyers should have to mandatorily notify authorities about child abuse and neglect encountered during practice, similar to several other professions.
UniSA Student Law ReviewVol. 1 (2015)