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3 Austl. J. Legal Hist. [i] (1997)

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Justin Malbon
Henry Finlay
Stefan Petrow
Shirley V Scott

Prue Vines

The Honourable Justice
Michael D Kirby AC CMG
Mark McKenna

Natural and Positive Law Influences on
the  Law   Affecting   Australia's
Indigenous People
Hapless   Creatures   and   Beastly
Propensities: The Introduction of
Divorce into Tasmania in 1860
Turbulent Tasmanians: Anti-Railway Rate
and Sectarian Riots and Police Reform
in the 1870s
The Japanese Lugger Case Episode: The
Triumph of the Rule of Law?
Land and Royal Revenue: The Statute for
the Explanation of the Statute of Wills,


The Captive Republic: A History of
Republicanism in Australia, 1788-1996
by Mark McKenna
Exercising A Fenian's Right of Reply: A
Response to the Honourable Justice
Michael Kirby's Review of The Captive
Republic: A History of Republicanism
in Australia, 1788-1996


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