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Address delivered by Justice Elizabeth Evatt, Chief Judge, Family Court of Australia, at the National Press Club, Canberra, 24 September, 1980

Title
Address delivered by Justice Elizabeth Evatt, Chief Judge, Family Court of Australia, at the National Press Club, Canberra, 24 September, 1980
Repository
National Library of Australia Oral History Collection
Reference
ORAL TRC 812/B
Date Range
24 September 1980
Creator
Evatt, Elizabeth Andreas (1933 - )
Description

Sound recording. 1 tape reel : 1 7/8 ips, mono. ; 5 in. Transcript (22p.). Justice Evatt spoke on the Royal Commission on Human Relationships ; the reasons for its establishment ; reactions to the Commission's recommendations ; the Family Court ; cases within the courts ; problems raised and public access to the court.

Formats
cassette tapes

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