Constitutional and International Law Perspectives
Univ. of Queensland Press, 2000 - Law - 271 pages
Some of Australia's most highly regarded legal minds provide a timely examination of both the formation of the country's legal and constitutional foundations and the challenges which confront this framework as it continues to evolve.
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