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Bob Hughes, Andrew Clarke, Geoff Leane
Publication Date :
1 Jul 2003
This text gives a comprehensive overview of the fundamental principles and institutions of the Australian legal system. Â The authors provide a thoughtful introduction to the main approaches to law and legal theory, principles of legal decision making and a range of subsidiary institutions including police, law reform bodies, arbitrators and juries. The approach is broad and accessible to newcomers to the legal system, but suitably concentrated in particular areas to serve the needs of those who are seeking a well-rounded introduction to Australian Law.