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I Like A Clamour

The controversial career of John Walpole Willis is re-evaluated in the first comprehensive study of his legal career. Willis, the fifth judge to be appointed to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, served in three colonies, and in each place he wrestled with the role of the law in a rapidly-changing society. In Upper Canada, he confronted the colony’s …

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Justice in Tribunals

Justice in Tribunals, now in its 5th edition, deals with the law relating to quasi-judicial authorities of government, professions, sporting organisations, industrial, political and commercial associations and their supervision by the regular courts. By no means confined to general principles, it treats in detail due process before proceedings commence, urgent action, proper notice of issues to be decided, the right …

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For The True Believers

Front cover images: Bob Hawke, ACTU Congress, 15 September 1979 (Fairfax, © Michael Rayner); Gough Whitlam on the steps of Parliament House, 11 November 1975 (Australian Labor Party); Paul Keating, National Press Club, March 1996 Election Campaign (Newspix); John Curtin, wartime rally, 1942 (Fairfax). Graham Freudenberg, Australia’s greatest speechwriter, says “the Australian Labor Party was built on speeches.” This book …

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Interpreting Principles of Equity

In 2000 QUT initiated an annual lecture in honour of Tony Lee, the great equity and trusts lecturer and author. This volume contains the 14 WA Lee Equity Lectures given from 2000-13, with commentary and, where necessary, updating from Professor Malcolm Cope. The lecturers include Justices Gummow, White, McPherson, Handley, Kirby, Keane, de Jersey, M McMurdo and Douglas; Professors Lee, …

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Sign Language Interpreting

The third edition of Sign Language Interpreting has been revised to introduce sign language interpreters around the world to essential professional knowledge and contemporary best practice in the field. The authors are leading sign language interpreter educators, practitioners and researchers, and the book reflects their expertise by integrating a deep knowledge of practical skills and models for sign language interpreting …

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Critical Perspectives on the Uniform Evidence Law

Critical Perspectives on the Uniform Evidence Law comprises a collection of writing by the leading academics and practitioners in the field. It provides sustained critical analysis of a range of issues, including the implications of adoption of the legislation in overseas jurisdictions and the obstacles to enactment in the ‘hold-out’ States of South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia. The contributions …

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Cases on Torts

The sixth edition of Cases on Torts has been updated to take into account significant developments in Australian tort law in recent years. This established casebook is a valuable resource of the principles of contemporary tort law in its historical context. It is intended to provide students with a resource to develop the essential legal skills of reading and comprehending …

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Australian Maritime Law

The third edition of Australian Maritime Law by Michael White follows on from the first and the second editions of which he was the editor and wrote some of the chapters. In those earlier editions many eminent Australian maritime lawyers contributed chapters from their own point of view but in this new edition the author has tried to bring a …

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International Trade Law and the WTO

This book is dedicated to the memory of Professor Azizur Rahman Chowdhury. The book discusses some notable debates in the arena of international trade law and globalisation. It looks at the basic structure of the WTO, its function, and decision-making, and explores key economic and legal concepts underpinning the WTO, including Most-Favoured Nation Treatment and National Treatment. The need of …

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Entertainment Law

Entertainment industries are among the largest in the world. The legal environment in which entertainment operates involves a confluence of eclectic laws such as those concerning free expression and its limits, those concerning intellectual property and their relationship with promoting, limiting and capitalising creativity, and the laws governing the contractual relationships between parties involved in entertainment productions. In this book, …

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Letters for Lawyers – Conveyancing

Book + CD available as a package or individually Every letter that you write creates a permanent record of the information it contains. Accordingly, it is important to ensure that it accurately reflects your ideas and communicates in a way that satisfies the needs of your reader. Letters also convey an image of the writer and of his or her …

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Immigration, Refugees and Forced Migration

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of immigration law in Australia and of the political, social and cultural forces that have shaped and are shaping it. It explains the momentous changes that have occurred in law and policy since the first attempts, in December 1989, to ‘codify’ decision-making through detailed regulations. It is a study of revolution and counter-revolution: of …

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Volunteering in Australia

In recent years, there have been significant changes to volunteering in Australia. Changes to government policies and non-profit practice have led to differences in how people volunteer, what they do and where they give their time. Volunteering in Australia provides a critical snapshot of the issues and trends in volunteering today and their impact on Australian society. It demonstrates how …

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The Law Affecting Rent Review Determinations

The new edition has a narrow focus in relation to the legal and valuation principles concerning rent review determinations and associated matters, but it contains valuable material relating to the interpretation of commercial and retail shop leases, nature of valuations, and the duties of valuers undertaking rent review valuations. It covers a complex and specialised subject, provides valuable assistance to …

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Tax Effective Writing

“Advocacy at its best confines itself to the issue which the law prescribes, and does not disregard procedural restrictions; because, before a competent tribunal, its effectiveness is thus weakened; and good advocacy avoids the error of underrating any tribunal, however high.” Sir Owen Dixon, 1933 Jesting Pilate (William Hein, 2nd ed, 1997) 12 This book is for the tax practitioner …

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Social Work in the Shadow of the Law

Social Work in the Shadow of the Law is an essential resource for social workers, social work students, and for all those who work in and study human services. Editors Simon Rice and Andrew Day are joined by eminent social work scholar and practitioner Linda Briskman in this fully updated fifth edition. Key features of the new edition New chapters …

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Social Security and Family Assistance Law

This 3rd edition comprehensively annotates the social security and family assistance law of Australia, as amended to 5 March 2013. It is the 12th volume in a book series which has annotated the Social Security Act and associated legislation since first publication in 1984. The 3rd edition annotates the Social Security Law and the Family Assistance Law which comprises: Social …

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Schemes of Arrangement

Chapter 11 – The Two Court Hearings and Managing Meetings by Malcolm Oakes SC, was cited in the matter of Centro Properties Limited and CPT Manager Limited in its capacity as responsible entity of Centro Property Trust [2011] NSWSC 1465 Schemes of Arrangement is a practical examination of the legal and commercial aspects of schemes of arrangement, for corporate restructuring …

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Wigmore on Alcohol

Wigmore on Alcohol is an indispensable tool for medical and legal practitioners looking for up-to-date scientific evidence related to blood alcohol. The author, James G. Wigmore, is a forensic alcohol toxicologist who has testified in over 600 criminal trials at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as in civil and coroner cases, and has …

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A Thirty Years’ War

Between 1891 and 1921, the Toronto Railway Company operated Toronto’s streetcars under a franchise granted by the City. The arrangement brought the City a modern electric streetcar system, but the relationship between the two entities was a tempestuous one, marked and marred by almost constant conflict and confrontation. Remarkably, the many court battles that resulted went to the Judicial Committee …

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Guide to the Ontario Personal Health Information Protection Act

Ontario’s new Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 (PHIPA), which came into effect on November 1, 2004, prescribes comprehensive rules for the collection, use, and disclosure of personal health information in all types of health care settings, including hospitals, psychiatric facilities, laboratories, ambulance services, and nursing homes. It applies to all regulated health professionals and to non-regulated health professionals who …

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Cyberlibel

Cyberlibel: Information Warfare in the 21st Century? by  David A. Potts brings years of research and experience in libel and slander law into focus on how individuals and organizations can gain the upper hand in safeguarding – or restoring – their reputation once it’s assaulted on the Internet. The book examines caselaw from all common law jurisdictions including Canada, the …

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