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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Colonial Australian Trade Mark Law
Amanda Scardamaglia
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Constitutional Conventions in Australia
Ian Killey
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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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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 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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