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[Melbourne?] : Family Law Section, The Institute, 1995-
Uniform title: Discussion paper (Family Law Council (Australia))
Barton, A.C.T. : The Council, 1998-
Melbourne : Current Family Law Pty. Ltd, 1992-2010
North Ryde, N.S.W. : Butterworths Pty Ltd., c1986-
Uniform title: Family law review (Sydney, N.S.W.)
Sydney : Thomson Reuters, 2010-
Sydney : CCH Australia, 2007-
Uniform title: Australian family lawyer (Online)
Canberra : Family Law Section of Law Council of Australia
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
[Canberra] : Family Law Section, Law Council of Australia, 1985-2013
[Clayton, Vic.] : Faculty of Law, Monash University : Leo Cussen Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1981-
Uniform title: Working paper (Family Law Council (Australia))
Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1979-
Melbourne : Leo Cussen Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1982-
Uniform title: Bibliography (Australia. Family Court. Library)
Sydney : The Library, 1981-
Uniform title: Newsletter (Family Law Practitioners' Association of Tasmania)
Tasmania : Family Law Practitioners' Association of Tasmania
Uniform title: Research report (Australia. Family Court. Principal Registry)
[Sydney] : Family Court of Australia, Principal Registry , 198?-
North Ryde, N.S.W. : CCH Australia Limited, 1980-
by National Family Law Conference
Melbourne, Vic. : Television Education Network, 1996-
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