The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia
Michael Coper, Anthony Blackshield, George Williams
Oxford University Press, 2001 - Law - 804 pages
Searchable online version of the scholarly publication which examines the High Court of Australia's public work, the Court's role in Australian law, politics and society, and the Court's inner workings. Containing 435 expertly compressed and skilfully cross-referenced entries, the Companion's broad treatment of topics gives a scope far beyond the professional concerns of legal practice. This reference work will therefore not only benefit lawyers and law students, but also prove to be a valuable resource for other professionals, including journalists, political scientists, historians and those interested in the history and workings of the High Court of Australia.--From publisher's description.
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