Volume 13 Number 2

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Past Injustices and Future Protections: On the Politics of Promising by Paul Muldoon

Aboriginal Self-Determination vs the Propertisation of Traditional Culture: The Case of Sacred Wanjina Sites
Christoph B Graber

Economic Rights, Culture Claims and a Culture of Piracy in the Indigenous Art Market: What Should We Expect from the Western Legal System?
Kathy Bowrey

Rawls and the Legitimacy of Australian Government
Paul Patton

The Place of Indigenous Rights in the Bill of Rights Debate: A Rawlsian Justification
Bede Harris

Evaluating the Performance of Indigenous Sentencing Courts
Nigel Stobbs and Geraldine Mackenzie

Court and Tribunal Decisions


FMG Pilbara Pty Ltd v Cox [2009] FCAFC 49

Australian Crime Commission v NTD8 [2009] FCAFC 86

Western Desert Lands Aboriginal Corporation (Jamukurnu – Yapalikunu)/Western Australia/Holocene Pty Ltd [2009] NNTTA 49

Shaw v Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs [2009] FCA 1397

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Australian Dreamtime Creations Pty Ltd [2009] FCA 1545

Minister Administering the Crown Lands Act v Illawarra Local Aboriginal Land Council [2009] NSWCA 289

Turley v Byrne [2009] NTSC 22

James v Western Australia [2009] FCA 1262

Adnyamathanha No 1 Native Title Claim Group v South Australia (No 2) [2009] FCA 359


Brokenhead First Nations v Canada, 2009 FC 982

Ahousaht Indian Band and Nation v Canada (Attorney General), 2009 BCSC 1494

United States of America

Carcieri v Salazar, 555 US ___ (2009)

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Admissibility: Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group – Canada, Report No 105/09


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