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  1. Emergency Law, 4th Edition

    Rights, liabilities and duties of emergency workers and volunteers

    By Michael Eburn

    The latest edition of this book has been updated to incorporate the latest developments in case law and legislation. To cover all of Australia, the work has been expanded to include the law in Australia's smallest self-governing territory, Norfolk Island. For first aiders and paramedics, the...

    Published October 30th 2013 by Federation Press

  2. Ong on Specific Performance

    By Denis SK Ong

    Professor Denis Ong, author of the acclaimed works Trusts Law and Ong on Equity, addresses the complexities of Specific Performance in this book. In this erudite text, Professor Ong applies a forensic knowledge of the relevant case law, across Australian and international jurisdictions, resulting...

    Published October 30th 2013 by Federation Press

  3. Long Term Contracts

    Edited by Kanaga Dharmananda, Leon Firios

    Australia's prosperous energy and resources sector is founded on long term contracts. Long term contracts give rise to a variety of difficult conceptual and practical issues that must be confronted by commercial lawyers and energy and resource professionals on a daily basis, ranging from...

    Published October 29th 2013 by Federation Press

  4. International Trade Law and the WTO

    By Indira Carr, Shawkat Alam, Md Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan

    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...

    Published September 18th 2013 by Federation Press

  5. Sir Richard Hanson

    By Greg Taylor

    Sir Richard Hanson was much more than a Judge - although he was an important Judge in his time. Before he became Chief Justice of South Australia in 1861, he was: a participant in a major government enquiry on Canada which laid the foundations for democratic self-government not only there, but in...

    Published September 18th 2013 by Federation Press

  6. The Law of Affidavits

    By John Levingston

    Affidavits are used in Courts and Tribunals including arbitrations, to provide the evidence-in-chief of witnesses. There are evidentiary, formal and procedural rules which apply to affidavits. Non-compliance can result in the evidence being excluded, the case being lost, or proceedings adjourned...

    Published August 8th 2013 by Federation Press

  7. Social Security and Family Assistance Law

    3rd Edition

    By Peter Sutherland, Allan Anforth

    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...

    Published July 25th 2013 by Federation Press

  8. Historical Foundations of Australian Law - Volume I

    Institutions, Concepts and Personalities

    By Justin Gleeson, James Watson, Ruth Higgins

    The history underlying and informing the Australian legal system is a uniquely interesting amalgam of English, American and local developments. It is often poorly understood – not least because there are no modern counterparts to this volume and its companion on commercial law. But, as Holmes long...

    Published July 25th 2013 by Federation Press

  9. Historical Foundations of Australian Law - Volume II

    Commercial Common Law

    Edited by Justin Gleeson, James Watson, Elisabeth Peden

    Questions arising in commercial law require an understanding of legal history, no differently from any other area of law, and, as the High Court observed in Andrews v ANZ [2012] HCA 30 at [14], what is needed is more than a “brief backward glance�. These essays provide a suite of materials to...

    Published July 25th 2013 by Federation Press

  10. Animal Law in Australasia

    Continuing the Dialogue, 2nd Edition

    Edited by Peter Sankoff, Steven White, Celeste Black

    Many Australians and New Zealanders still assume that current animal welfare laws provide animals with sufficient protection from human mistreatment, that cruelty is the exception and that, when exposed, perpetrators are prosecuted. They are wrong on all counts. Animal Law in Australasia, in its...

    Published July 25th 2013 by Federation Press