Trove now includes records from two open access legal journals.
The International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy is a peer reviewed journal that publishes research about the challenges confronting criminal justice systems around the world. Article titles include One-punch Laws, Mandatory Minimums and ‘Alcohol-Fuelled’ as an Aggravating Factor: Implications for NSW Criminal Law, Suicide and the Therapeutic Coroner: Inquests, Governance and the Grieving Family and Decorative Justice: Deconstructing the Relationship between the Arts and Imprisonment.
The Victoria University Law and Justice Journal is published annually by the University’s College of Law and Justice, and includes articles published in the former name of the journal, DICTUM - Victoria Law School Journal. Articles include Attaining Universal Justice: Realities Beyond Dreams by Michael Kirby, Reflections from the Chief Justice by Robert French, and Clerical Child Abuse - The Irish Experience by Yvonne Murphy.