Susan Quinn is the Commissioning Manager for The Laws of Australia.
Latest updates Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders 1.7 International Law Updated by Associate Professor Megan Davis, Director, Indigenous Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales International law as it applies to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders is considered in this Subtitle. It begins with a consideration of the acceptance of customary international ...more
The State Reports (Western Australia) (SRWA) will be online in May 2011. SRWA reports decisions of Western Australia’s specialist courts and tribunals including the District Court, Children’s Court, Family Court in exercise of State jurisdiction, State Administrative Tribunal and Liquor Commission (formerly the Liquor Licensing Court). This series includes notes of decisions on quantum of ...more
Welcome to the following new members of the TLA author team who are currently hard at work updating TLA material: Dr Oren Bigos, Barrister-at-Law, Melbourne: Finance, Banking And Securities 18.9 Securities and 18.10 Consumer Finance Craig Longman, Senior Researcher, Research Unit, Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning, University of Technology, Sydney: Aborigines And Torres Strait Islanders ...more
Latest updates Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders 1.2 Aboriginal Customary Law Updated by Lucy Hartland, Legal Editor, The Laws of Australia This Subtitle discusses the limited recognition in the Australian legal system of Aboriginal customary law. It explores the relationship between the two in relation to areas including traditional marriage, the distribution of property and ...more
The Laws of Australia: Professor Andrew Christie new Title Editor for Title 23 – Intellectual Property
Professor Andrew Christie has returned as the Title Editor for Title 23 – Intellectual Property. Professor Christieis a longstanding supporter of TLA and was Title Editor for the Intellectual Property Title between 1994 and 2005. Based at the University of Melbourne, Professor Christie was appointed as the first Davies Collison Cave Professor of Intellectual Property ...more