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  1. Old Law, New Law

    A Second Australian Legal Miscellany

    By Keith Mason

    Old Law, New Law follows the author’s Lawyers Then and Now in offering a miscellany of genuine legal stories drawn from Australian legal history as well as its modern law. If there is any change of focus, this work looks at the people of the law through the prism of established or changing legal...

    Published November 28th 2014 by Federation Press

  2. Australia as a Good International Citizen

    By Alison Pert

    From time to time, politicians describe Australia as a “good international citizen”. But what does this mean, exactly? What constitutes good international citizenship? And does Australia really qualify as a good international citizen? This book attempts to answer these questions. Very little has...

    Published November 28th 2014 by Routledge

  3. Residential Tenancies Law and Practice

    6th Edition

    By Allan Anforth, Christensen Peter, Bentwood Sophie

    Residential Tenancies Law and Practice, 6th edition, deals with residential tenancy law in New South Wales. This edition incorporates the new Residential Tenancies Act 2010 which took effect in February 2011. It reviews the changes brought about by the 2010 Act, updates the case annotations and...

    Published November 10th 2014 by Federation Press

  4. Ong on Subrogation

    By Denis SK Ong

    In this book Professor Denis Ong, author of the acclaimed works Trusts Law, Ong on Equity and Ong on Specific Performance, addresses the complexities of the equitable doctrine of Subrogation. This lucid text ranges over all areas where the doctrine is most commonly applied – insurance, trusts and...

    Published November 10th 2014 by Federation Press

  5. The Law Affecting Valuation of Land in Australia

    5th Edition

    By Alan Hyman

    The Law Affecting Valuation of Land in Australia provides a complete resource for practitioners by containing not only statements of principle, but also extensive references to case law, including the facts of each case, counsels’ arguments and relevant excerpts from the judgments. A number of...

    Published October 14th 2014 by Federation Press

  6. Human Rights in Closed Environments

    Edited by Bronwyn Naylor, Julie Debeljak, Anita Mackay

    This volume considers the application of human rights in six specific Australian “closed environments� – prisons; police cells; forensic psychiatric institutions; closed mental health units; closed disability units; and immigration detention centres. The publication highlights rights concerns...

    Published September 30th 2014 by Federation Press

  7. Excursions in the Law

    By Peter Heerey

    In 40 years as a barrister and judge Peter Heerey AM QC has observed and sometimes taken part in memorable legal events. This work is partly a collection of recollections; a murder trial, a Privy Council appeal, the leading High Court decision on the liability for barristers’ negligence and the...

    Published September 25th 2014 by Federation Press

  8. Annotated Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988

    Tenth Edition

    By John Oman Ballard, Peter Sutherland, Allan Anforth

    The 10th edition of this well known reference book provides the full text of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act as at 1 April 2014, together with comprehensive annotations, organised on a section-by-section basis, covering all significant decisions of the High Court, the Federal Court...

    Published September 25th 2014 by Federation Press

  9. Shades of Grey - Domestic and Sexual Violence Against Women

    Law Reform and Society

    By Anna Carline, Patricia Easteal

    Arguing that law must be looked at holistically, this book investigates the ‘hidden gender’ of the so-called neutral or objective legal principles that structure the law addressing violence against women. Adopting an explicitly feminist perspective, it investigates how legal responses to violence...

    Published September 23rd 2014 by Routledge

  10. Climate Change and Coastal Development Law in Australia

    By Bell Justine

    Climate change is anticipated to raise global sea levels, and also impact on the frequency and intensity of storm surge and erosion events. These events pose a serious threat to the Australian population, with many communities located in low-lying coastal areas. These events also give rise to a...

    Published September 9th 2014 by Federation Press