Roshaan Raina


Revenge Porn: is it time for a statutory tort?

In June 2014, the Australian Law Reform Commission (‘ALRC’) produced its final report: ‘Serious Invasions of Privacy in the Digital Era’. Not one year after that ALRC report was published, news broke on 17 June 2015 that more…more

Revenge Porn: is it time for a statutory tort?

This paper considers whether a statutory tort for an interference in privacy should be established at the Federal level in Australia: specifically in the context of providing protection against and mechanisms for individuals to…more

Refusing Medical Treatment in Advance

An analysis of the conflicting interests of a competent adult's right to self-determination, and the interests of the state or private institution in preserving the lives of individuals under their care. Key cases considered…more

Walking the Line

A brief overview of recent decisions involving advance care directives…more
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