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by David Hewitt
by Andreas Schloenhardt
Queensland Criminal Law is a comprehensive examination of the principles of criminal law as they relate to the Criminal Code (Qld). It provides a thorough analysis of contemporary criminal justice in Queensland and draws comparisons between ...
by Matthew Peppitt
This book is a practical guide to the subject of tax due diligence. It shows that tax due diligence is not a commodity, leading the reader through the process and explaining, at each stage, how to extract the maximum value from tax due ...
by BENTON RICHARD
For New Zealand to have a legal system that reflects the best of the values and principles of its two major component cultures, the historical legal practices of both need to be understood. In comparison with the British legal system upon which ...
A Cop Reveals the Crimes, Racism, and Injustice in America's Law Enforcement
by Matthew Horace
by Colin, Wang, Heng, Zhou, Weihuan Picker
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by Scott Newton
This book undertakes the first comparative constitutional analysis of the Kyrgyz Republic and Republics of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in their cultural, historical, political, economic and social context. <br>The first ...
by Peter Greste
Peter Greste spent two decades reporting from the frontline in the world's most dangerous countries before making headlines himself following his own incarceration in an Egyptian prison. Charged with threatening national security, and enduring aAudio Book
Stories of the Law and How It's Broken
by The Secret Barrister
'I’m a barrister, a job which requires the skills of a social worker, relationship counsellor, arm-twister, hostage negotiator, named driver, bus fare-provider, accountant, suicide watchman, coffee-supplier, surrogate parent and, on one ...Audio Book
The use of extra-territorial intelligence is growing among security, border, and public agencies. Internationally, rapidly evolving efforts to tackle transnational crime entail the exchange of intelligence across jurisdictions and state borders ...
by with the assistance of R Geert Corstens
The rule of law ' is increasingly regarded as integral to liberal democracy, and its significance is frequently discussed by lawyers, academics, politicians and the media. But the meaning of the phrase is not always clear. What does the ...
by Graham Archer
An investigation into an intriguing murder case and an unprecedented account of how the decisions made by organs of government can be defended and mistakes covered up. Anna-Jane Cheney worked at the epicentre of the conservative Adelaide legal