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Ian Barker

Ian Barker reviews 'Dowling’s Select Cases, 1828 To 1844' edited by T.D. Castle and Bruce Kercher

October 2005, no. 275 01 October 2005
The prodigious effort that went into the compilation of Dowling’s Select Cases was entirely consistent with his own approach to judicial office, including producing the copious writings that found their way into the book. As Dr Bennett put it in his biography of James Dowling (2001), industry and perseverance were the hallmarks of Dowling’s accomplishments. To produce the chronicle now publish ... (read more)