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Peg Lusink interviewed by Kim Rubenstein in the Trailblazing women and the law oral history project
Bib ID 6928772
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [spoken word]
Author
Lusink, Margaret, interviewee
 
Online Access
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2015 
6 sound files (approximately 7 hr. 36 min.) 
Series

Trailblazing women and the law oral history project.

Notes

Recorded on 24 and 31 July and 10-11 August 2015 in Melbourne, Victoria.

Index/Finding Aid Note Timed summary and 227 page uncorrected transcript available. 
Subjects Lusink, Margaret -- Interviews.  |  Judges -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  Women lawyers -- Australia -- Interviews.
Occupation Judges.  |  Lawyers.
Other authors/contributors Rubenstein, Kim, interviewer

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ORAL TRC 6535/35
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ORAL TRC 6535/35 (transcript)
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ORAL TRC 6535/35 (summary)
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