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High praise

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April 2004, no. 260

Australian Constitutional Landmarks by H.P. Lee and George Winterton

Cambridge University Press, $89.95 hb, 465 pp

High praise

by
April 2004, no. 260

The centenary of the first sitting of the High Court of Australia was celebrated in the same courtroom in Melbourne in October 2003. There followed a conference in Canberra reviewing the decisions of the Court over the course of a century. The papers of that conference will shortly be published for a legal audience.

Michael Kirby reviews 'Australian Constitutional Landmarks' edited by H.P. Lee and George Winterton

Australian Constitutional Landmarks

by H.P. Lee and George Winterton

Cambridge University Press, $89.95 hb, 465 pp

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