CLQ Library

Welcome to the Commercial Law Quarterly Library. The library contains all published editions of the Quarterly and most editions of The Bulletin. We suggest that financial members of the CLA log into their account before searching the library as all articles are free for financial members. You can search the library by year or volume number. A keyword search will search the article titles and authors not the body of the copy. Articles can not be accessed separately. Download is by complete issue only.

Commercial Law Quarterly

The Commercial Law Quarterly (CLQ) is the official publication of the Commercial Law Association of Australia. The journal has been published continuously for over 35 years and is a highly respected reference material for those involved with the practice of law. CLQ contains both refereed articles and seminar papers.
If you have a paper you are interested in having published please send it to either gregory.tolhurst@sydney.edu.au or maxwilson@cla.org.au

The Bulletin

The Bulletin was the predecessor to the Commercial Law Quarterly. It was published from 1968 to 1985. Unfortunately, not every issue of The Bulletin is available in the library.

  • Equitable remedies: split election amongst multiple wrongdoers: Xiao v BCEG International (Australia) Pty Ltd [2023] NSWCA 48 on appeal from BCEG International (Australia) Pty Ltd v Xiao [2022] NSWSC 972
    By Mirren Waters
    page 4
  • The role of silence in a contract on the availability of claims for unjust enrichment
    By Annabel Burnett and Henry Higgins
    page 9
  • Laundy Hotels (Quarry) Pty Ltd v Dyco Hotels Pty Ltd (2023) 407 ALR 613; [2023] HCA 6
    By Harry Meixner
    page 19
  • Entitlement to R&D tax refunds in a winding up: Resilient Investment Group Pty Ltd v Barnet and Hodgkinson as liquidators of Spitfire Corporation Limited (in liq) [2023] NSWCA 118
    By Harris Kershaw
    page 23
  • Contract law master class 2023
    By Jeffrey Goldberger
    page 28
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  • Constructive notice and passive retention scenarios in unconscionable conduct cases
    By Pranay Jha and Alan Zheng
    page 4
  • Criminalising coercive control: what banking, finance and commercial practitioners need to know
    By Elizabeth Pearson
    page 19
  • Contract law master class 2023
    By Jeffrey Goldberger
    page 28
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  • Why leave to sue a court-appointed liquidator in unnecessary and unconstitutional
    By Dr John Azzi
    page 4
  • The duty of confidence and the departing employee: recent cases
    By Lee Aitken
    page 18
  • Why a director can and should be held liable for inducing their company‚Äôs breach of trust
    By Lachlan J McIntyre
    page 24
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  • Problems with restraint of trade
    By T F Bathurst AC KC
    page 4
  • Equity's path to justice: the judicial method in equity and the common law
    By Justice Julie Ward
    page 9
  • Practice in the Corporations List and recent case law
    By Justice Ashley Black
    page 16
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