Customary law and the sentencing of Indigenous offenders
For six years, the author was a special commissioner on the Law Reform Commission of Western Australia Inquiry into the recognition of Aboriginal law and culture. The following article reports on some of the Commission's key findings and recommendations in relation to customary law and sentencing Indigenous offenders
|Collections||ANU National Centre for Indigenous Studies (NCIS)|
|Source:||Judicial Officers' Bulletin 20.5 (2008): 37-40|
|Dodson_CustomaryLaw2008.pdf||© Judicial Commission of New South Wales||2.47 MB||Adobe PDF|
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