Indigenous Legal Relations in Australia considers Indigenous peoples contact with Anglo-Australian law, and deals primarily with the problems the imposed law has had in its relationship with Indigenous people in Australia. The book is comprehensive in scope and covers key issues relating to sovereignty, jurisdiction and territorial acquisition; family law and child protection; criminal law, policing and sentencing; land rights and native title; cultural consitutional law; social justice, self-determination and treaty issues.
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Author Biography - Larissa Behrendt
Larissa Behrendt, Professor, Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, Chris Cunneen, Professor, The New South Global Chair in Criminology, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Australia, and Terri Libesman, Ms, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, UTS, Australia