LexisNexis Annotated Acts: Annotated Federal Court Legislation and Rules
|Author(s) :||Contributors: LexisNexis; Cujes, N; Ahmed, I|
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|Format :||Practitioner, Softcover Book|
|Published :||December, 2012|
Annotated Federal Court Legislation and Rules contains extracts and amended content from the well-renowned LexisNexis looseleaf Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court of Australia, as well as additional information to assist in conducting matters in the Federal Court. A concise reference guide summarising the key aspects of the new Federal Court Rules 2011 is also provided to assist the reader in navigating key aspects of the new rules.
Annotated Federal Court Legislation and Rules is an essential and concise companion for practitioners conducting matters in the Federal Court of Australia.
· Concise portable volume of essential Federal Court legislation and rules
· Annotations by current and former judicial officers and practitioners
· Quick reference guide to assist you with the transition to the new Federal Court Rules 2011
Related LexisNexis Titles
Ahmed, Quick Reference Card: Federal Court Rules 2011, 2011
Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court of Australia, looseleaf and online
The annotations to the Federal Court Legislation are taken from the LexisNexis Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court of Australia looseleaf and online service. The text is written by LexisNexis authors who are leaders in this field, including current and former judicial officers and practitioners. The annotations to the Federal Court Rules are based on content from the High Court and Federal Court Practice and Procedure looseleaf and have been updated and edited by Natalie Cujes.
Natalie Cujes served as a Registrar of the Federal Court of Australia and of the Federal Magistrates Court between 2000 and 2009. She is currently Special Counsel in litigation at Bradley Allen Love Lawyers, an Adjunct Associate Professor of Law at the University of Canberra and the lecturer-in-charge of the undergraduate and Masters Business Law units at the University of New South Wales Canberra (Australian Defence Force Academy). She also serves on the Federal Court Liaison Committee of the Law Council of Australia.
Imtiaz Ahmed is a barrister at the New South Wales Bar with chambers at Sixth Floor, Selborne Wentworth Chambers. He holds a Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from Harvard University.
1. Federal Court Legislation
1.1 Federal Court of Australia Act 1976
1.2 Federal Court of Australia (Consequential Provisions) Act 1976
1.3 Federal Proceedings (Costs) Act 1981
1.4 Civil Dispute Resolution Act 2011
2. Federal Court Rules 2011
2.1 Quick Reference Card: Federal Court Rules 2011
2.2 Comparative Table
2.3 Federal Court Rules 2011
2.4 Federal Court Forms
3. Practice Documents
3.1 Practice Notes
3.2 Administrative Notices
3.3 National Guide to Counsel Fees
3.4 National Guide to Discretionary Items in Bills of Costs