19 Flinders L.J. i (2017)

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FLINDERS

LAW

JOURNAL


VOLUME 19 ISSUE 1 JULY 2017


CONTENTS:

Lectures:


A New Stolen Generation?
Elliot Johnston Memorial Lecture, October
2016.

Law   Making   in   a  Representative
Democracy: The Durability of Enduring
Values
Catherine Branson Lecture Series, October
2016.


Michael Lavarch



Robert French


Articles:


Reflecting on Community Development
Practices: Improving Access to Justice by
Working  with Communities  to Effect
Change

The Relevance of Bail Conditions to the
Sentencing of Offenders


Liz Curran, Alikki Vernon and
Pamela Taylor Barnett


Natalia Antolak-Saper


Case Note:


The Brexit Decision: R (on the application
of Miller and another) v Secretary of State
for Exiting the European Union


Book Review:


Performing Judicial Authority in the Lower
Courts - Sharyn Roach Anleu and Kathy
Mack


Margaret Thornton


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