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The Litigation Myth. "Litigation: Past and Present" by Wilfrid Priest and Sharyn Roach Anleu (eds) and "Slapping on the Writs: Defamation, Developers and Community Activism" by Brian Walters. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2004-05)
Despite the methodological issues inherent in research into the history of litigation, the findings of the contributors in "Litigation: Past and Present" are nonetheless significant and serve to undermine contemporary ...
A Closer Look. "Adventures in Law and Justice: Exploring Big Legal Questions in Everyday Life" by Bryan Horrigan [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2004-03)
Horrigan’s book succeeds in its aims and deserves serious consideration. It is the publisher’s first in a planned series of titles on law in society. If the subsequent titles are of a similar standard, then there is no ...