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Australian Legal Dynasties: The Stephens and the Streets

Fox, Karen


The word ‘dynasty’ evokes images of hereditary rulers, striding dusty castle corridors where their families have ruled for centuries. It might also suggest dominant political families, like the Kennedys, in republican settings like the United States of America. The term can, however, also be used to describe prominent families in other fields, such as business or the law, where a succession of individuals from one family have scaled the heights of their profession. A number of such families...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015-02-17
Type: Journal article


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