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Judgment production

Judgment production  

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Law
Where decisions have been reserved, judgment production is the process beginning with the research and writing of reasons for judgment and concluding with their publication. Written reasons have ...
Library

Library  

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Law
When the High Court began its sittings in October 1903 there was no provision for a library. In the early years, the Justices relied on their own books and a ...
Mason Court

Mason Court  

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Law
(6 February 1987 to 20 April 1995).The Mason Court was described by Maurice Byers in 1996 as one of ‘the most gifted and courageous High Courts in our history’. ...
Personal relations: a personal reflection

Personal relations: a personal reflection  

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Law
Personal relationships between Justices, depending as they do upon so many diverse factors, vary considerably. Geographical propinquity, age, experience, shared experiences, common legal interests, ...
Reform of Court: reflections

Reform of Court: reflections  

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Law
The Court is not in need of reform. It is efficient, and it enjoys the confidence of the public. Its hearings are conducted with the utmost dispatch. Its caseflow is ...
Research assistance

Research assistance  

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Law
The level of research assistance required by, and available to, the Justices of the Court has fluctuated over the Court's lifetime, most notably over the last 25 years.Before the ...
reserved judgment

reserved judgment  

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Subject:
Law
A judgment delivered at some time after completion of the trial rather than ex tempore.
Transcripts of argument

Transcripts of argument  

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Law
Now provide a complete and accurate record of the oral proceedings in the Court. They record counsels' arguments, exchanges between counsel and the Bench, and exchanges between Justices. The way ...
Unreported judgments

Unreported judgments  

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Law
The reporting of decisions of the High Court has taken various forms during the life of the Court. The authorised reports have always been the Commonwealth Law Reports, commonly referred ...

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