We are glad to announce that the print version of issue 15(1) has finally been published.
The issue, which marks the 15 year anniversary for the OUCLJ, contains the following articles:
- KV Krishnaprasad, 'General Editor's Foreword'
- Gabrielle Appleby, Joanna Howeb, 'Scrutinising parliament's scrutiny of delegated legislative power'
- Doron Menashe, Shai Otzari, 'Bringing reason to a messy doctrine: The distinction between mistake of law and mistake of fact'
- Vince Morabito, 'Liability for costs when class representatives change in Australia's federal class actions'
- Daniel YM Tan, 'Public bodies, unjust enrichment and the rule of law'
- Taslima Yasmin, 'The enemy property laws in Bangladesh: grabbing lands under the guise of legislation'
- Maame AS Mensa-Bonsu, 'The old order changeth and giveth way to the new: WhatsApp debuts as a means of substituted service in Ghana'
- Ronald JJ Wong, 'Remedies for equitable wrongs: Coherence and limitation principles. AIB Group (UK) Plc v Mark Redler & Co Solicitors  UKSC 58
- Tasneem Deo, 'Australian Feminist Judgments: Righting and Rewriting Law'