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Enid Mona Campbell, AC, OBE, FASSA (30 October 1932 – 20 January 2010) was an Australian legal scholar, and was the first female professor and Dean of a law school in Australasia. She is known for her work on constitutional law and administrative law, as well as her contribution to legal education.

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by Campbell, Enid, 1932-2010
Cambridge ; Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 2001
 
 
by Campbell, Enid, 1932-2010
Clayton, Vic. : Faculty of Law, Monash University, c1984
 
 
by Campbell, Enid, 1932-2010
[between approximately 1958 and 2010]
ManuscriptManuscript [text, volume]
 
 
by Campbell, Enid, 1932-2010
Sydney, Sydney University Press ; London : Methuen, 1966 , ©1966
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by Campbell, Enid, 1932-2010
[Canberra] : Dept. of the Parliamentary Library, 2000
 
 
by Lee, H. P., 1947-
Cambridge ; Port Melbourne, Vic. : Cambridge University Press, 2013
 
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