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Fri Mar 21 17:16:04 2014 UTClccn-nb20100207000.00Judicial responsiveness.Justice in a multicultural society /0.410.81Compulsory acquisition of land in Australia /91558951James_Gobbonb2010020700Gobbo, James Augustine, 1931-Gobbo, James, SirGobbo, Jim, 1931-lccn-nb2010020703National Library of AustraliaCouncilnc-italian historical society of victoriaItalian Historical Society of Victorialccn-n82239563Australian Institute of Multicultural Affairslccn-n50017074Cross, RupertSir1912-lccn-n50033861Heydon, J. D.(John Dyson)1943-viaf-48311233Byrne, D. M.(David M.)lccn-n80077871National Library of Australianc-people together projectPeople Together Projectviaf-94987631Power, Greg1974-lccn-n2005003000Victorian Local Governance AssociationGobbo, J. A.(James Augustine)1931-BiographyHistoryConference proceedingsEvidence (Law)AustraliaGreat BritainEnglandWalesNew ZealandEvidenceEminent domainEmployeesJudgesGovernorsVictoriaCultural pluralismMinorities--Legal status, laws, etcImmigrantsNational Library of AustraliaSocial historyCommunity lifeEducationCommunity powerCatholic schoolsCatholic ChurchAuthors, AustralianEconomic historyIntimacy (Psychology) in literatureMulticulturalismPresidentsItaliansRowersUniversity of OxfordRowingEmigration and immigrationVictoria.--Supreme CourtEmigration and immigration lawConflict of generationsChildren of immigrantsFamilies1931195519701980198219831984198519981999200020022003200420062009201020111342231347.9406KD7499ocn225310803202ocn027613169book19850.27Gobbo, JamesThe Italian heritage of Victoria : a short history of the early Italian settlementHistory112ocn217021735book19830.47Gobbo, JamesLaw in a multicultural society : an addressAn address given at the second Biennial Meeting of members of the Australian Institute of Multicultural Affairs on 17 October, 198362ocn217236389book19840.59Cross, RupertCross on evidenceWritten by the Honorable Justice Heydon, this book describes and analyses the main rules of the law of evidence in Australia, providing explicit statements of doctrine, together with an exposition of the principles underlying the various rules. This seventh edition is extensively updated31ocn040268008book19980.47Inaugural Catholic Education Week address at Cardinal Knox Centre, Melbourne : Thursday, 19 March 199831ocn222753694book20000.47Gobbo, JamesThe power of community : Launch of the People Together Project Report21ocn849052059art1999Gobbo, JamesJudicial responsiveness.Justice in a multicultural society21ocn222595352book19700.73Cross, RupertEvidence11ocn833343417book19820.81Fricke, GrahamCompulsory acquisition of land in Australia11ocn868331479book1999Australia : nature and more11ocn225310803rcrd2006Malouf, DavidHow important is the evocation of love, desire and intimacy to our understanding of what it is to be human 2006 Kenneth Binns lecture given by David MaloufConference proceedingsThe 2006 Kenneth Binns lecture was delivered by David Malouf during session 1 of Love and desire : literature and the intimate : a National Library of Australia conference, Saturday 23 September - Sunday 24 September 200611ocn220275386book19800.47Gobbo, JamesSupplement 1980 to Cross on evidence, 2nd Australian ed.11ocn224143158serial0.47Byrne, D. MCross on evidence11ocn706045848book20100.47Gobbo, JamesSomething to declare : the memoirs of Sir James GobboBiographyIn 1938, Sir James Gobbo's family emigrated from Cittadella, near Venice, to Melbourne. After Oxford University, he returned to Melbourne to pursue a successful career as a barrister and then a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria. He then became governor of Victoria in 1997+-+568203770501ocn226120784bookGobbo, JamesThe children of migrants : the pressures of two cultures736ocn526317995book20100.47Gobbo, JamesSomething to declare : the memoirs of Sir James GobboBiographyIn 1938, Sir James Gobbo's family emigrated from Cittadella, near Venice, to Melbourne. After Oxford University, he returned to Melbourne to pursue a successful career as a barrister and then a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria. He then became governor of Victoria in 1997+-+568203770511ocn223568110rcrd2003Gobbo, JamesInterview with Sir James Gobbo, former Governor of Victoria (1997-2000) & present Chairman of Council, National Library of AustraliaInterviews11ocn795681480file1955[James Gobbo]James Gobbo [later Sir James Gobbo] preparing for the annual rowing race between Oxford University and Cambridge University. Seated in boat holding oar11ocn465073082com2009Power, GregSir James Gobbo, Geraldine Books and Jan Fullerton at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 22 October 2009PhotographsPortraits11ocn465073083com2009Power, GregSir James Gobbo speaking at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, 22 October 2009PhotographsPortraits11ocn223308069visu2002McDonald, DamianPortrait of Sir James Gobbo, National Library of Australia Council Member, Canberra, 3 April 2002PhotographsPortraits11ocn225402766visu2004McDonald, DamianSir James Gobbo talking to Penelope Seidler before the Kenneth Myer Lecture, Modernism's Legacy and Future at the National Library of Australia, 5 August 2004PhotographsPortraits11ocn465077848com2009Power, GregInaugural Ray Mathew Lecture at the National Library of Australia delivered by Pulitzer Prize winner Ms Geraldine Brooks, Canberra, 22 October 2009PhotographsPortraits11ocn659509796bookGobbo, JamesPapers of Sir James GobboArchivesMS Acc10.075 comprises collected speeches and lectures delivered by Sir James Gobbo between 1973-2009. There is an index to the speeches which are divided into three categories: pre-Governorship, Governorship and post-Governorship. Subjects include multiculturalism and diversity, refugees, immigration and citizenship, art, economic development of Australia, law, Australian honours, education, languages, Italians in Australia, religion, the military and the National Library of Australia (2 boxes)+-+5682037705+-+5682037705Fri Mar 21 15:14:44 EDT 2014batch12262