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26 Bond L. Rev. [i] (2014)

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BondLaw Wpiw


Volume 26, No 1


June 2014


                                 Editorial Board

      The Honourable Sir Anthony Mason, AC KBE, former Chief Justice of Australia
   Professor Lawrence Baxter, William B McQuire Professor of the Practice of Law (Duke
                                   University)
Professor Michael Bridge, Cassel Professor of Commercial Law (London School of Economics)
                   Emeritis Professor John Farrar (Bond University)
                     Professor John Haley (Vanderbilt University)
                     Professor Ernst Nordveit (Bergen University)
                     Professor Joellen Riley (University of Sydney)
                     Professor Kate Warner (University of Tasmania)
                     Professor Peter Watts (University of Auckland)


                                  General Editor
                              William Van Caenegem


                                     Editors
                         lain Field, Umair Ghori, Bobette Wolski


           Student Editors
Brock Gunthorpe, Amy Reid, Nicholas Dodds


         Publications Officer
            Paula Hudson

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