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Legg M, 2021, 'The COVID-19 Pandemic, the Courts and Online Hearings: Maintaining Open Justice, Procedural Fairness and Impartiality', Federal Law Review, vol. 49, pp. 161 - 184, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0067205X21993139

Bell F; Legg M, 2020, 'LAWYERS AND THE BLACK BOX OF TECHNOLOGY', AUSTRALIAN LAW JOURNAL, vol. 94, pp. 107 - 109, https://www.westlaw.com.au/maf/wlau/app/document?docguid=Ia980da23681411ea9e45f68329176fe2&tocDs=AUNZ_AU_JOURNALS_TOC&isTocNav=true&startChunk=1&endChunk=1

Legg M; Speirs S, 2019, '‘”Why not litigate?” – The Royal Commission, ASIC and the Future of the Enforcement Pyramid’', Australian Business Law Review, vol. 47, pp. 244 - 259, http://sites.thomsonreuters.com.au/journals/2019/11/29/australian-business-law-review-update-vol-47-pt-4/

Legg M; Bell F, 2019, 'Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession: Becoming the AI-Enhanced Lawyer', University of Tasmania Law Review, pp. 34 - 59, https://www.allenshub.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/Legg%20and%20Bell%2C%20AI%20and%20the%20Legal%20Profession%20Becoming%20the%20AI-Enhanced%20Lawyer%20%282019%29%20U%20Tas%20L%20Rev_0.pdf

Legg M; Gilsenan R, 2019, 'Australian Class Action Settlement Distribution Scheme Design – Deciding Who Gets What', University of Queensland Law Journal, vol. 38, pp. 15 - 39, https://demo.publicknowledgeproject.org/pkpschool/ojs3/index.php/byrnes/article/view/507

Legg M, 2019, 'Australian Law Reform Commission Class Action and Litigation Funding Report: Empowering Courts, Monitoring Funders, Supporting Contingency Fees for Class Action Lawyers and Proposing Reviews of Shareholder Class Actions and Collective Redress', Civil Justice Quarterly, vol. 38, pp. 478 - 490

Legg M; Hickey S, 2019, 'Finality and Fairness in Australian Class Action Settlements', Sydney Law Review, vol. 41, pp. 185 - 215, https://heinonline.org/HOL/Contents?handle=hein.journals/sydney41&id=1&size=2&index=&collection=journals

Legg M, 2019, 'Haynesplaining: lessons for litigators from the Banking Royal Commission', Law Society of NSW Journal, vol. 53, pp. 70 - 71, https://lawsociety.cld.bz/LSJ-March-2019/70/

Legg M; Uptin L, 2019, 'Representative Party Standing and Sub-Groups in New South Wales Class Actions', Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice, vol. 8, pp. 71 - 79, http://sites.thomsonreuters.com.au/journals/2019/11/29/journal-of-civil-litigation-and-practice-update-vol-8-pt-2/

Legg M; gottlieb I, 2019, 'The AMP Competing Class Actions: From Five to One', Australian Law Journal, vol. 93, pp. 817 - 820, http://sites.thomsonreuters.com.au/journals/2019/10/14/australian-law-journal-update-vol-93-pt-10/

Legg M; Caruso D; Phoustanis J, 2019, 'The Automation Paradox in Litigation: The Inadequacy of Procedure and Evidence Law to Manage Electronic Evidence Generated by the Internet of Things in Civil Disputes', Macquarie Law Journal, vol. 19, pp. 157 - 188, https://www.mq.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/866286/Automation-Paradox-in-Litigation.pdf

Legg M; Crosbie S, 2019, 'The Privileges Against Self-Incrimination and Self-Exposure to Penalties in Commercial Litigation: Sadie Ville v Deloitte', Australian Business Law Review, vol. 47, pp. 137 - 141, https://www.westlaw.com.au/maf/wlau/app/document?docguid=I2c1d1348933a11e98b44b29f3622255f&isTocNav=true&tocDs=AUNZ_AU_JOURNALS_TOC&startChunk=1&endChunk=1

Legg M; Speirs S, 2019, 'Why not litigate? ASIC enforcement after the Banking Royal Commission', Law Society of NSW Journal, pp. 70 - 73, https://lawsociety.cld.bz/LSJ-April-2019/70/

Legg M, 2018, '‘Kilmore-East Kinglake Bushfire Class Action Settlement Distribution Scheme: Fairness, Cost and Delay Post-Settlement’', Monash University Law Review, vol. 44, pp. 658 - 658

Stacey S; Legg M, 2018, 'Australian Court Rejects use of After-the-Event Insurance Policy as Security for Costs', Civil Justice Quarterly, vol. 37, pp. 308 - 308

Legg M; Emmerig J, 2018, 'Australian Federal Court Reforms Class Actions Settlement Practice', Australian Business Law Review, vol. 46, pp. 262 - 262

Legg M, 2018, 'Class Actions Arrive in Queensland', Hearsay - The Journal of the Bar Association of Queensland, vol. 82, https://www.hearsay.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2286&Itemid=203

Legg M, 2018, 'Competing Class Actions: A Suggested Solution through Certification', Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice, vol. 7, pp. 38 - 38, http://sites.thomsonreuters.com.au/journals/2018/07/11/journal-of-civil-litigation-and-practice-update-vol-7-pt-1-special-issue-class-actions/

Legg M; Hickey J, 2018, 'Cost Effectiveness and Case Management in Class Action Settlements', Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice, vol. 7, pp. 47 - 47, http://sites.thomsonreuters.com.au/journals/2018/07/11/journal-of-civil-litigation-and-practice-update-vol-7-pt-1-special-issue-class-actions/

Legg M; Bell F, 2018, 'Insourcing – Implications for In-House Counsel and Private Practice Lawyers', Law Society of NSW Journal, vol. 45, pp. 70 - 71, https://lawsociety.cld.bz/LSJ-June-2018/70/

Legg M, 2018, 'Recognising a New Form of Legal Practice – Limited Scope Services', Law Society of NSW Journal, vol. 50, pp. 74 - 76, https://lawsociety.cld.bz/LSJ-November-2018/74/

Legg M; Speirs S, 2018, 'Regulators’ Investigatory Powers and the Harman Obligation Not to Disclose', Law Society of NSW Journal, vol. 48, pp. 82 - 83, https://lawsociety.cld.bz/LSJ-September-2018/82/

Emmerig J; Legg M, 2018, 'The problem of competing class actions', Governance Directions, vol. 70, pp. 356 - 360, https://www.governanceinstitute.com.au/resources/governance-directions/issue-6/the-problem-of-competing-class-actions/

Legg MJ; Emmerig J, 2017, 'Twenty Five Years of Australian Class Actions—Time for Reform', Civil Justice Quarterly, vol. 36, pp. 164 - 176

Legg M; Kang J, 2017, 'Accessing third party documents in a foreign jurisdiction by subpoena: The Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd (in Liq) v Mcgrawhill Financial Inc class action', Melbourne University Law Review, vol. 41, pp. 392 - 416

Legg M, 2017, 'Changes to Commercial and Corporations Practice in the Federal Court of Australia', Law Society of NSW Journal, vol. 30, pp. 73 - 73

Degeling SE; Legg M, 2017, 'Class action settlements, opt-out and class closure: Fiduciary conflicts', Journal of Equity, vol. 11, pp. 319 - 345

Legg M; Kang J, 2017, 'Federal Court approves discovery from the US for Australian proceedings', Law Society of NSW Journal, vol. 36, pp. 90 - 91, https://lawsociety.cld.bz/e/LSJ-August-2017/90

Degeling SE; Legg , 2017, 'Fiduciaries and Funders: Litigation Funders in Australian Class Actions', Civil Justice Quarterly, vol. 36, pp. 244 - 264

Legg M; Emmerig J, 2017, 'High Court of Australia Determines Extent to which Class Members are Bound by Class Action Judgment', Governance Directions, vol. 69, pp. 114 - 114

Legg M, 2017, 'Online alternative dispute resolution', Precedent, pp. 32 - 35, https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=055090454045960;res=IELHSS;subject=Asian

Legg M; Davey T, 2017, 'Predictive Coding: Machine Learning Disrupts Discovery', Law Society of NSW Journal, pp. 82 - 84, https://lawsociety.cld.bz/e/LSJ-August-2017/92

Legg M, 2017, 'Ramifications of the Recognition of a Common Fund in Australian Class Actions: An Early Appraisal', Australian Law Journal, vol. 91, pp. 655 - 669

Legg MJ; Harkin M, 2016, 'Judicial Recognition of Indirect Causation and Shareholder Class Actions', Australian Business Law Review, vol. 44, pp. 429 - 434

Legg MJ, 2016, 'The High Court of Australia confirms practice of receiving agreed civil penalty submissions from regulators and wrongdoers', Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice, vol. 5, pp. 228 - 233

Legg MJ, 2016, 'Class Action Settlement Distribution in Australia: Compensation on the Merits or Rough Justice?', Macquarie Law Journal, vol. 16, pp. 89 - 104

Legg MJ; Fisher M, 2016, 'Imposition of Longer Sentences for Insider Trading: The Case of Hanlong Mining', Australian Business Law Review, vol. 44, pp. 377 - 383

Legg MJ, 2016, 'The Future of Dispute Resolution: Online ADR and Online Courts', Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, vol. 27, pp. 277 - 235

Nehme M; Legg M, 2016, 'Slater and Gordon troubles put spotlight on client protections', Lawyers Weekly, http://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/opinion/18699-slater-gordon-toubles-put-spotlight-on-client-protections

Legg MJ; Emmerig J; Sara H; Stacey S, 2016, 'The jurisdiction of the Independent Commission Against Corruption after High Court challenges and legislative amendment in 2015', Public Law Review, vol. 27, pp. 10 - 17

Legg MJ, 2016, 'A Comparison of Regulatory Enforcement, Class Actions and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Compensating Financial Consumers', The Sydney Law Review, vol. 38, pp. 311 - 311

Taylor N; Smith P; Emmerig J; Legg M; Calgaro T, 2016, 'Australian Air Cargo Cartel Class Action Settles – Guidance on Risks and Costs', Competition and Consumer Law Journal, vol. 32, pp. 218 - 221

Legg MJ; Langford C, 2016, 'High Court Rules Late Payment Fees not Penalties in Bank Fees Class Action', Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice, vol. 27, pp. 256 - 260

Legg M; Goulding C, 2016, 'How the Internet of Things Will Affect the Future of Litigation', Law Society of NSW Journal, vol. 11, pp. 90 - 90

Legg MJ; Soo N, 2016, 'Security for an undertaking as to damages - A principled approach', Journal of Equity, vol. 10, pp. 74 - 87

Legg M; Kang J, 2016, 'Supreme Court Green Lights Concurrent Class Actions', Law Society of NSW, vol. 3, pp. 88 - 89

Legg MJ; Emmerig J, 2015, 'High Court of Australia limits federal proportionate liability regimes to misleading or deceptive conduct', Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice, vol. 4, pp. 12 - 16

Legg MJ, 2015, 'Re Felicity: Costs orders against a solicitor for serious incompetence', Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice, vol. 4, pp. 17 - 21

Legg MJ; Westgarth G, 2015, 'Bank Fees Class Action in Australia Fails Before Full Federal Court', Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice, vol. 26, pp. 111 - 117

Legg MJ; Emmerig J; Gingell G, 2015, 'Class Action Settlement Approval – Claims by a Trustee and Beneficiaries', Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice, vol. 4, pp. 92 - 92


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