Offcuts: From a Legal Literary Life
Collection of essays and poetry dealing with a wide range of subjects from Robert Holmes F Court to the Australia Council's funding of the arts. The four sections - law, literature, politics and places - reflect the author's varied career as a well-known writer, arts administrator, barrister and part-time President of the Equal Opportunity Tribunal.
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Devising Legal Fictions
The Trial of the Clarke Brothers
House of Mirrors
The Pasts Deceitful Dream
A Sense of Time and Place The Untold Story
The Remains of Excellence
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