Australian Law Dictionary

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Trischa Mann
Oxford University Press, Oct 10, 2017 - Law - 1040 pages
The Australian Law Dictionary is a key reference for those who need familiarity with, and a comprehensive knowledge of Australian legal terms.

Designed specifically for students, the ALD uses clear and concise language and explores the terms encountered in everyday practice, focusing on core legal knowledge and practice areas. Entries are cross-referenced with their related concepts, giving students a broader understanding of their context within the body of law, while the first sentence of each entry provides a quick, basic overview to quickly familiarise students with the term.

Written, reviewed and edited by legal experts, this edition features new terms relating to taxation, business law and company law and has been updated to include relevant cases and legislation.

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Trischa Mann

Trischa Mann has a BA and an LLB from the Australian National University, and a Graduate Diploma in editing and publishing from RMIT, and in Managing Legal Organisations from the University of Melbourne. She has a PhD in judicial education from the University of Melbourne.

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