Or call the editor of Proctor, John Teerds, on 3842 5934Or call the editor of Proctor, John Teerds, on 3842 5934
Welcome to the June 2012 edition of Proctor, Volume 32, number 5, which has been made available in a text format for vision-impaired practitioners
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‘What Really Happened’ Versus ‘What We Can Prove’: Tension Between the Roles of Coroner and dpp in Queensland‘What Really Happened’ Versus ‘What We Can Prove’: Tension Between the Roles of Coroner and dpp in Queensland
Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody2 (‘rciadic’) and to be conducted in such a way as to be more sensitive and compassionate towards families than has been the case in the pas
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A critique of the key legislative framework guiding civil liberties in zimbabweA critique of the key legislative framework guiding civil liberties in zimbabwe
Additionally the paper highlights the gravity of the gross breach of legal provisions that are meant to promote human and civil rights. In addressing these aims the paper responds to the question
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Hayne, heydon, crennan, kiefel and bell jj the public service association and professional officersHayne, heydon, crennan, kiefel and bell jj the public service association and professional officers
The Public Service Association and Professional Officers' Association Amalgamated of nsw V director of Public Employment
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The supreme court of the northern territoryThe supreme court of the northern territory
N. B. Copyright in this transcript is the property of the Crown. If this transcript is copied without the authority of the Attorney-General of the Northern Territory, proceedings for infringement will be taken
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Adr terminology Responses to nadrac discussion PaperAdr terminology Responses to nadrac discussion Paper
Adr terminology: a discussion paper was launched by the Attorney-General in Perth on 12 June 2002. Nadrac mailed copies were mailed to all those on its contact list, with a covering letter for the nadrac chair
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Auscript australasia pty ltdAuscript australasia pty ltd
Commonwealth of Australia. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 you are not permitted to reproduce, adapt, re-transmit or distribute the Transcript material in any form or by any means without seeking prior written approval from the Federal Court
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Human Rights Protection in Australia and the United Kingdom: Contrasts and ComparisonsHuman Rights Protection in Australia and the United Kingdom: Contrasts and Comparisons
It is not my purpose to answer those criticisms, but rather to say something about how the Australian Constitution, statutes and the common law are applied to the protection of rights. In so doing
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The Fine Art of Giving and Taking Offence Birkenhead LectureThe Fine Art of Giving and Taking Offence Birkenhead Lecture
It is a purpose of this lecture to illustrate the many forms of the law's responses to offensive speech or conduct, their historically contingent nature and the difficulty of formulating a general principle about whether and when the law should have anything to
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Giving and Taking Offence Sir Harry Gibbs Memorial OrationGiving and Taking Offence Sir Harry Gibbs Memorial Oration
It is a pleasure to be given this opportunity to honour Sir Harry Gibbs, your founding President and, in so doing, Sir Samuel Griffith
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Panel Discussion a culinary HistoryPanel Discussion a culinary History
I’d like to introduce to you Tony Marshall who recently retired after 36 years working with Heritage Collections at the State Libraries of Victoria and Tasmania, and Tony’s path crossed with mine many years ago in the State Library of
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Guantanamo bay: the legal black holeGuantanamo bay: the legal black hole
British Institute of International and Comparative Law and Herbert Smith, Lincoln’s Inn Old Hall, 25 November 2003
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