Law Must Be Seen in the Context of the Society in Which it Operates: Dictum 2012
AbstractDICTUM – the Victoria Law School Journal explores topical and contentious legal issues. In 2012 the second volume has been produced and the Editorial Board are to be congratulated in their selection of items representing important contemporary issues that need to be discussed.
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