The Australian Federal Judicial System
Brian R. Opeskin, Fiona Wheeler
Melbourne University Press, 2000 - Law - 537 pages
This comprehensive account of the Australian national judicial system comprises specialist contributions from experts in their field, including judges, government lawyers, barristers, and academics. At a time of impending reform, it takes stock of the federal judicial system and likely developments.
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The Separation of Powers
The Independence of the Judiciary
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