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Judicial decision-making in Australia – critique and redemption.

By John Wade


Extract: This paper has four parts, namely a description of: A. The Context ▪ Australia (the place) ▪ The vast landscape of “judicial” or quasi-judicial decision makers B. The Commentary ▪ Repetitive critiques of judicial decision-making ▪ Redemption of judicial decision making Plus an Appendix on Court Structures with details and diagrams

Topics: Australian judicial system, decision-makers, conflict management, Law
Publisher: ePublications@bond
Year: 2008
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