Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal

The Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal aims to publish significant works of scholarship that make original contributions to different fields of maritime law and commerce.

Call for Submissions to volume 29 2015

Vol 29, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial Board PDF
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Frank Dethridge Memorial Address

Limitation of Liability as a Risk Allocation Mechansikm in Maritime Law
The Honourable Justice Alan MacKenzie 1-7

Refereed Articles

Australian Coastal Shipping: Navigating Regulatory Reform
Jennifer Porter 8-17

Student Submissions

Does the Maritime Transport Act 1994 (NZ) Effectively Inhibit Marine Pollution?
Luke Knights 18-35
In the Wake of the Montreal Convention: Why Maritime Law Should Abolish Limited Liability for Personal Injury and Death Claims PDF
Maxwell Smith 36-52
Trans-Tasman Ship Arrests: A Missed Opportunity
Luke Strom 53-69

Casenotes

Svitzer Salvage v Z Energy Limited and Another [2013] NZHC 2585: The Interaction between the Law of Salvage, the Law of Contract and the Salvage Convention in Circumstances of Duress
Alistair Sullivan 70-74
Fair Work Ombudsman v Pocomwell Ltd [2013] FCA 250; [2013] FCA 1139
R. E. Lindsay 75-82

Book Reviews

Maritime Law Evolving: Thirty Years at Southampton
Dr Damien J Cremean 83-84

Whole issue

(2015) 29(1) ANZ Mar LJ PDF
 


ISSN: 1834-0881