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Cutting through legal arguments: constitutional recognition
Indigenous Law Bulletin (2014)
  • Kate Galloway, James Cook University
Abstract
On 19 January 2012, the Prime Minister's Expert Panel on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples ('the Panel') delivered its report on the constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.1 From the convening of the Panel and since the report was delivered, there has been a lot of comment and public debate. Much of this has centred on the legal implications of constitutional change, although inevitably there has been political debate also. Sometimes it is difficult to tell the difference
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2014
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Galloway, K. (2014) .Cutting through legal arguments: constitutional recognition. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 8(15), 3-5.

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Kate Galloway. "Cutting through legal arguments: constitutional recognition" Indigenous Law Bulletin Vol. 8 Iss. 15 (2014) p. 3 - 5 ISSN: 1328-5475
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kate-galloway/14/