The OUCLJ is pleased to announce the publication of its first issue of 2019. The articles appearing in it are:
- Tyrone Kirchengast and Thomas Crofts, 'The legal and policy contexts of ‘revenge porn’ criminalisation: the need for multiple approaches'
- Ian Murray, 'Looking at the charitable purposes/activities distinction through a political advocacy lens: a trans-Tasman perspective'
- Jane Parkin, 'The copyright quotation exception: not fair use by another name'
- Vivien Chen, 'Enforcement of directors’ duties in Malaysia and Australia: the implications of context'
- Andrew Keay, 'Having regard for stakeholders in practising enlightened shareholder value'
It also includes the following case notes:
- Martin Kwan, 'The standard of review on appeal for lawyer professional misconduct: the Canadian perspective'
- Benjamin Joshua Ong, 'The constitutionality of ouster clauses: Nagaenthran a/l K Dharmalingam v Attorney-General  SGHC 112'
The appearance of this issue marks a number of personnel changes at the OUCLJ. Leo Boonzaier, the General Editor for this (and the previous) issue, and Ndjodi Ndeunyema, a long-term Board member, have both stepped down. Leo will be succeeded as General Editor by Mariyam Kamil, who joined the Board in 2016. Chen Chen, Jordan English, and Konstantina Georgaki, all of whom served as Associate Editors on this issue, have now been promoted to the Board.