Law Books

A Different Kind of Subject: Colonial Law in Aboriginal European Relations in 19th Century Western Australia, 1829–61
Ann Hunter
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A Funny Course for a Woman
Rosemary Balmford
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A Peculiar Gentleman: George Rusden, A Life
John O'Leary
The biography of George Rusden, a former Melbourne civil servant and polemical historian, sued by John Bryce, over a claim Bryce had taken part in a massacre of Maori women and children in Taranaki some years earlier.
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Anzac: The Landing, The Legend, The Law
Catherine Bond
An interrogation of the legal history of one of Australia and New Zealands most revered words - 'Anzac' - and the restrictions on the acronym that still exist today.
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Books for the Profession: The Library of the Supreme Court of Victoria
Sue Reynolds
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By What Authority? Criminal law in colonial New South Wales 1788–1861
Eugene Schofield-Georgeson
'By What Authority?' makes a ground-breaking new case for a history of Australian criminal law from the bottom-up.
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Colonial Australian Trade Mark Law
Amanda Scardamaglia
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Constitutional Conventions in Australia
Ian Killey
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Jigsaw: Patterns in Law and Literature
Nicholas Hasluck
Judicial appointments, the rule of law, activism on the High Court, the push for indigenous recognition, the role of style in writing judgments, legal images in fictions cave of shadows novelist and former judge Nicholas Hasluck covers these and other issues in this intriguing collection of occasional pieces
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Justice of the Deep North: A Historical Perspective on Crime and Punishment in Queensland
Carole McCartney, Robyn Lincoln, Paul Wilson
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Legal History Journal Vol 13.1
Andrew Buck
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Legal History Journal Vol 13.2
Andrew Buck
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Legal History Journal Vol 16.1
Jessica Lake, Amanda Scardamaglia
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Legal History Journal Vol 16.2
Amanda Scardamaglia, Jessica Lake
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Legal History Journal Vol 17.1
Jessica Lake, Amanda Scardamaglia
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Legal History Journal Vol 17.2
Amanda Scardamaglia, Jessica Lake
"Legal History" is an Australian academic journal devoted to the history of the law and legal institutions in Australia, the region, and more broadly of the common law world.
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Once a Country Practice: Macpherson + Kelley, Lawyers of Dandenong
Nick Walker
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Outsiders — Tales from the Supreme Court of NSW, 1824–1836
Bruce Kercher
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The Chamberlain Case – Nation, Law, Memory
Deborah Staines, Michelle Arrow, Katherine Biber
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The Common Law: A History
Geoffrey Gibson
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The Modern Lawyer: Marketing Strategies, Tips & Tools
Mira Stammers
"The Modern Lawyer" provides you with proven strategies, tips and tools that will help transform your practice from the inside out. These strategies provide you with a complete marketing solution to help you achieve dramatic results in your practice, without investing a lot of time and money.
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The Poor Man: Law & Satire in 19th Century New South Wales
A. R. Buck, Nancy E. Wright
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William & Mary Windeyer: Law, politics and society in colonial New South Wales
Leonora Ritter, Jim Windeyer
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