Michael Kirby: Paradoxes, Principles by A.J. Brown

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October 2011, no. 335

Michael Kirby: Paradoxes, Principles by A.J. Brown

Federation Press, $59.95 hb, 528 pp

Michael Kirby: Paradoxes, Principles by A.J. Brown

by
October 2011, no. 335

There are only seven High Court judges. Since Federation there have been just fifty-six of them (or fifty-five if we discount Justice Piddington, who never sat during his four weeks on the court). High Court judges are rare creatures, and as a rule they are publicly noticed far less than the importance of their work might suggest.

Julian Burnside reviews 'Michael Kirby: Paradoxes, Principles' by A.J. Brown

Michael Kirby: Paradoxes, Principles

by A.J. Brown

Federation Press, $59.95 hb, 528 pp

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