Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law: Parts

Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law: Parts

By Ron Desiatnik


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Date: 05/09/2012

Code: 30117362

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Practical Insights into trade practices and consumer law

The Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law (formerly the Trade Practices Law Journal) provides an exceptional arena for the exchange of ideas and information on topical issues of trade practices law and practice. Insightful articles, editorials and case notes, succinct reports discussing and analysing legislative and judicial developments, as well as commentaries pertaining to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the Australian Competition Tribunal and the National Competition Council, are some of the inclusions that make this innovative journal unique. While concentrating on Australian law, the journal also contains an international perspective through the inclusion of overseas reports.

Written with an overall practical focus, the Journal is an impressive publication which practitioners in this area of the law can not afford to be without.

Online, the Journal features the full backset to Volume 1, 1993, with links to judgments and other online publications, while allowing for individual articles to be downloaded in pdf format or received via RSS feed.

There are approximately four Parts published each year.

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* Price is for an annual subscription and includes approx 4 Parts per year. Does not include Backset which is available separately at an additional price.

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