Warwick J Walsh-Buckley - Barrister at Law

AssocDipPolStu; BA; LLB(Hons); LLM(Mon)

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Recent Causes and Courses of Drink Driving Litigation in Victoria - see link

Legal Articles & Papers

Selection of titles of some legal articles and papers prepared by Mr Walsh-Buckley.

“Drink-driving defences after Foster and Bajram” (2000) 74(2) The Law Institute Journal p 59;

“Drink-driving in the year 2000” (2000) 74(11) The Law Institute Journal p 52;

“Drug Driving – the New Law”, seminar paper, Leo Cussen Institute, 13 February 2001

“Gun laws – the s 189 application” (1999) 73(2) The Law Institute Journal p 66

“Military Court-Martial in Australia” (1999) 23 Criminal Law Journal p 335

“The Rise and Fall and Rise of Drink-driving Defences in Victoria” (2001) 25 Criminal Law Journal p 276;

“Drug-driving The New Offences” (2001) 75(2) The Law Institute Journal p 79;

“Drink-driving - 2001: New Developments” (2001) 75(10) The Law Institute Journal p 77;

“Slaying the Hydra: Recent key decisions including drink & drug-driving”, seminar paper, Law Institute, 9 November 2002

“Drink-driving – 2002: Radical Changes” (2002) 76(2) The Law Institute Journal p 64;

“Drink-driving – Alcohol Ignition Interlocks” (2002) 76(5) The Law Institute Journal p 61;

“New Drink-driving Defences” (2002) 76(8) The Law Institute Journal p 73;

“Drink-Drive Update; Drink-Drive Defences; important cases & Alcohol Interlocks”, seminar paper, Leo Cussen Institute, 1 July 2002

“Latest drink-driving defences” (2003) 77(4) The Law Institute Journal p 54;

“Motor Car Law: Recent Drink Drive Decisions and Update”, seminar paper, Leo Cussen Institute, 4 August 2003;

“The Hydra of Technicality - Drink-driving defences – 2003” (2004) 78.03 The Law Institute Journal p 52;

“Drink-driving – The latest defences” (2004) 78.06 The Law Institute Journal p 58;

“Motor Car Law: Recent Drink Drive and Traffic Offence Decisions and Update” seminar paper, Leo Cussen Institute, 28 July 2004;

“Culpable Driving and Drink-Driving Offences” seminar paper, Law Institute of Victoria, 23 September 2004

“Driving Offences Update” LegalWise Seminar, Melb, 22 March 2005

“Getting technical: additions to drink-driving defences” (2005) 79.07 The Law Institute Journal p 66;

“Motor Car Law; Latest DrinkDriving Supreme Court Decisions”, seminar paper, Leo Cussen Institute, 27 June 2005

“Drink-Driving Defences for the 21st Century”, Meldrum’s List Website, www.meldrum.com.au, 21 September 2005

“Motor Car Law: The Latest Drink Driving, Speeding and New Traffic Laws” Seminar Paper, Leo Cussen Institute 24 May 2006;

“Building a defence against drink-driving charges ” (2007) 81.1 & 2 The Law Institute Journal;

“Clamping Down: Drink-driving penalties and some defences” (2007) 81.08 The Law Institute Journal p 62.

“Drink-Driving Detours” (2008) 82.09 The Law Institute Journal p 48.

“Dealing with Drink Drivers in Australia – Defences to Drink-driving Offences” Legal Date Vol 20 No 4 Aug 2008

“The Drink-driving Defence Armoury in 21st Century Victoria” (2006) 30 Criminal Law Journal p 38

“New Drink-driving Defences and the Supreme Court” Seminar Paper, Law Institute of Victoria, 13 July 2006

Discussion of Road Safety Act 1986 Part 5 in Motor and Traffic Law – Victoria Vol 1 (Lexis Nexis Butterworths 2000-2008)

“Drink-driving, Speeding and Culpable Driving Offence”, seminar paper, Leo Cussen Institute, 10 July 2007

“Drink-driving; Drug-driving & Traffic Offences-Recent Important Developments”, seminar paper, Leo Cussen Institute, 14 Oct 2008

“Negotiating Traffic Case Obstacles” (2009) 83.07 The Law Institute Journal p 48

“Drink, Drive Bloody Intricate” (2010) 84.09 The Law Institute Journal p 46

“The Appeal of the Drinking Driver” (2011) 85.08 The Law Institute Journal p 63

“A Changing Landscape for Drink-Driving” (2012) 86.07 The Law Institute Journal p 52

“Just saying “no“: Refusal offences in the Supreme Court” (2013) 87.09 The Law Institute Journal p 54

“Recent Causes and Courses of Drink Driving Litigation in Victoria“ - see link

If the matter is urgent he may be contacted directly on (03)92258734 or emailed on w.walsh.buckley@vicbar.com.au. He confers at his Chambers at Room 12, Level 30, 200 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria (Aickin Chambers).