Indigenous law, colonial injustice and the jurisprudence of hybridity
As Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have increasingly come into contact with the mainstream Australian legal system, as offenders, litigants or victims of it, that system has not only had to confront its legacy of colonial violence, but it has been called to question first, the legitimacy of its own authority based upon that violence and, second, the limits of its ability to properly administer justice for First Nations Australians. This paper will address the question of “what...[Show more]
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