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Aboriginal customary laws : background papers

Author: Law Reform Commission of Western Australia.
Publisher: Perth, Western Australia : Law Reform Commission of Western Australia, [2006]
Series: Project (Law Reform Commission of Western Australia), no. 94.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Law Reform Commission of Western Australia.
ISBN: 1740350529 9781740350525
OCLC Number: 68697311
Notes: "January 2006."
Description: iv, 580 p. ; 30 cm.
Contents: 1. The approach of Australian courts to Aboriginal customary law in the areas of criminal, civil and family law / Victoria Williams --
2. Caught in the middle: Indigenous interpreters and customary law / Michael Cooke --
3. The value of a benchmarking framework to the reduction of Indigenous disadvantage in the law and justice area / Greg Marks --
4. Family law and customary law / Tony Buti, Lisa Young --
5. Aboriginal customary laws reference --
an overview / John Toohey --
6. Contemporary issues facing customary law and the general legal system: Roebourne --
a case study / Kathryn Trees --
7. Aboriginal people and justice services: plans, programs and delivery / Neil Morgan, Joanne Motteram --
8. A new way of doing justice business? Community justice mechanisms and sustainable governance in Western Australia / Harry Blagg --
9. Aboriginal customary law: can it be recognised? / Greg McIntyre --
10. International human rights law and the recognition of Aboriginal customary law / Megan Davis, Hannah McGlade --
11. Customary law, human rights and international law: some conceptual issues / Chris Cunneen, Melanie Schwartz --
12. Indigenous cultural and intellectual property and customary law / Terri Janke, Robynne Quiggin --
13. Aboriginal women's interests in customary law recognition / Catherine Wohlan --
14. Aboriginal customary law in the context of Western Australian constitutional law / Steven Churches --
15. Aboriginal people, criminal law and sentencing / Philip Vincent.
Series Title: Project (Law Reform Commission of Western Australia), no. 94.
Responsibility: Law Reform Commission of Western Australia.

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