Appeals & Appellate Courts in Australia and New Zealand (Hardcover)
|Author(s) :||Beazley, M; Vout, P, with Fitzgerald, S on NZ|
|Short Description :||Pre order now|
|Published :||December, 2013|
Appeals and Appellate Courts in Australia and New Zealand is an essential and companion for practitioners working in the area of appellate law.
• Detailed and scholarly coverage of topics
• Trustworthy reference source
• High level practitioner work
• Authoritative authors
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Chapter 1: A Taxonomy of Appeals
Chapter 2: System of Courts and Appeals
Chapter 3: Stare Decisis and Precedent
PART II - Practice and Methodology of Appeals
Chapter 4: Commencing an Appeal
Chapter 5: Leave to Appeal
Chapter 6: Notices of Contention, Appeal Books and Written Submissions
Chapter 7: Procedural Matters in Appellate Courts
PART III - Appeals from Specific Courts
Chapter 8: Appeals from Specific Courts
Chapter 9: Specific Appeals - From Boards, Commissioners and Tribunals
Justice Beazley attended the Sydney Law School graduating with Honours in Law in 1974 and in May 2008 was awarded Doctor of Laws honoris causa (Hon LLD) by the University of Sydney. In 1996 her Honour was appointed President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal.
Dr Paul Vout areas of specialty are statutory construction, contract law and unconscionable conduct, including unconscionable dealings and constructive trusts. Before joining the Bar in 2002, Paul was Blake Dawson Waldron?s first Chief Representative in China and a Senior Associate in that firm?s Banking and Finance Group. Paul has appeared in the High Court of Australia, the Supreme Court of Singapore, as well as most other Federal and Victorian courts.
Sally Fitzgerald is a partner at Russell McVeagh, New Zealand, she acts for a wide range of leading New Zealand and offshore entities, particularly in the banking, telecommunications, dairy and energy sectors. She has extensive experience as a litigator, having practised over the last 20 years in major law firms in New Zealand, Australia and the UK.