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An economic evaluation of differential case management / Chris Guest and Tom Murphy
Bib ID 2538069
Format BookBook
Author
Guest, Chris
 
Description [Sydney] : Law Foundation of New South Wales on behalf of the Civil Justice Research Centre, 1995 
ix, 62 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0909136505 (paperback)
Notes

"November 1995".

At foot of title: Civil Justice Research Centre.

Bibliography: p. 62.

Subjects New South Wales. Supreme Court. Common Law Division.  |  New South Wales. Supreme Court -- Administration.  |  Civil procedure -- New South Wales.  |  Civil procedure -- Economic aspects -- New South Wales.  |  Court congestion and delay -- New South Wales.  |  Court congestion and delay -- Economic aspects -- New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors Murphy, Tom  |  Law Foundation of New South Wales  |  Civil Justice Research Centre (N.S.W.)

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