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Dr. Jocelynne A. Scutt is Anti-Discrimination Commissioner for Tasmania, operating under and administering the Anti-Discrimination Act 1998 (Tasmania). Prior to becoming Tasmania's Anti-Discrimination Commissioner in October 1999, Dr Scutt was in private practice at the Melbourne Bar, where she specialised in criminal law, administrative law, anti-discrimination and equal opportunity, tax, corporate law and banking, immigration, property and equity, human rights and the rights of Indigenous people. She remains on the Bar roll, and in her capacity as Anti-Discrimination Commissioner has appeared in the Supreme Court of Tasmania, the Federal Court and the Anti-Discrimination Tribunal... Some of her books are Lionel Murphy - A Radical Judge, Even in the Best of Homes - Violence in the Family, The Baby Machine - Commercialisation of Motherhood, The Sexual Gerrymander - Women and the Economics of Power, Women and the Law, The Incredible Woman - Power and Sexual Politics, and Poor Nation of The Pacific - Australia?s Future? She is editor of the Artemis 'Women's Voices, Women's Lives' series, and has recently completed a book on equal pay, for the Australian Federation of Business and Professional Women, National Council of Women and New South Wales Trades and Labour Council, Wage Rage - Women's Struggle for Equal Pay. For further information see http://www.jocelynne.says.it

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