Second edition. - Pyrmont, NSW : Lawbook Co. : Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia Limited, 2015.
Book — xxxv, 328 pages ; 25 cm
Animals : morality, science and justice
Historical development of animal law
Legal status of animals
Overview of animal law in Australia
Animal welfare legislation
Regulation of the treatment of companion animals
Regulation of the treatment of farm animals
Regulation of wild animal welfare
Regulation of animal testing.
"Animal law continues to grow as a legitimate branch of legal studies, with animal law courses increasing in popularity across Australian universities. This edition contains updated material on animal welfare studies, animal trials and new cases from the United States regarding the legal personhood of animals."-- Back cover.
The Hague ; New York : Kluwer Law International, c2003.
Book — xxiv, 378 p. ; 25 cm.
In developing a clear analysis of the practical relations between economics and law, no jurisdictions have been more exemplary than Australia and New Zealand. In this 30-year retrospective of the most important essays of economist Maureen Brunt, lawyers and others occupied with competition issues should find a harvest of insights into the interdependence between law and economics, and the manner in which they should be blended in the courts. The contributions include the following: the development of conceptual schemes that are both economically meaningful and legally operational; in-depth investigation of the core problems of market definition and market appraisal; development of a concept of competition as the inverse of market power; and techniques for making the best use of economists' expert evidence. The essays appear in the order in which they were first published, and thus represent a kind of historical progression, reflecting both developments in Australian and New Zealand law and the depth and scope of the author's own thinking. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
A comprehensive, up-to-date account of the law of defamation in the various Australian jurisdictions and in New Zealand. A comparative approach has been adopted, not only to enhance the book's utility in situations involving multijurisdictional elements, but also to promote a degree of uniformity throughout the jurisdictions covered. (source: Nielsen Book Data)