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The Australian law journal [electronic resource]
Bib ID 3910867
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Uniform Title Australian law journal (Online)
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Access Conditions Subscription and registration required for access. 
Description [Pyrmont, N.S.W.] : Thomson Legal & Regulatory trading as Lawbook Co 
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Mode of access: World Wide Web. 

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The Australian Law Journal is the pre-eminent legal journal in Australia covering important current and historical legal issues. All articles are written by legal specialists, leading academics, and prominent members of the Australian judiciary.

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Also available in print edition.

Life Dates Vol. 1 (May 5, 1927)- 
Frequency Updated continuously 
Subjects Law - Australia - Databases.  |  Law - Australia.  |  Law reports, digests, etc. - Australia - Databases.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Courts  |  Law Book Company  |  Thomson Legal & Regulatory

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