THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 45 ISSUE 2 - CRIMINAL LAW ISSUE
Consorting, Then and Now: Changing Relations of Responsibility
Arlie Loughnan, 8-36
Locating the Body in 'Bodily Harm'
Theodore Bennett, 37-64
Cheap and Efficient Justice? Neoliberal Discourse and Criminal Infringement
Elyse Methven, 65-98
Race, Colonialism and Technologies of Mobility in Kalgoorlie
Kieran Tranter and Thalia Anthony, 99-135
The Meaning of Knowledge as a Criminal Fault Element: Is to Know to Believe?
Kris Glenhill, 216-248
Normativity and the Ordinary Person Formula: Comparing Provocation and Duress in Australia
Toby Nisbet and Ann-Claire Larsen, 249-273
True Criminal Law Ethics
Jeremy Gans, 274-293