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The Oxford companion to the High Court of Australia / edited by Tony Blackshield, Michael Coper, George Williams
Bib ID 1499335
Format BookBook
Description South Melbourne, Vic. : Oxford University Press, 2001 
xxxii, 804 p. : ill., ports. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0195540220
0195540220
0195540220
0195540220
Summary

This reference work is a comprehensive and scholarly publication that 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.

Notes

Research Assistants: Francesca Dominello, Susan Priest, Troy Simpson.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Australia. - High Court - Dictionaries.  |  Courts of last resort - Australia - Dictionaries.
Other authors/contributors Blackshield, A. R. (Anthony Roland), 1937-  |  Coper, Michael  |  Williams, George, 1969-
Also Titled

High Court of Australia

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