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Equity, simplicity, certainty and individualised justice – in the one sentence? paper


The National Convention's annual Justice Graham Hill Memorial Lecture - this year presented by The Hon. Justice Michelle Gordon, Federal Court of Australia.

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Justice Michelle Gordon
The Hon. Justice Michelle Gordon was appointed to the Federal Court of Australia in April 2007. She graduated in law from the University of Western Australia in 1986. After completing her articles at Robinson Cox, Perth, she joined Arthur Robinson & Hedderwicks. She was appointed Senior Associate of that firm in July 1992. Later that year, she signed the roll of the Victorian Bar and was appointed Senior Counsel in 2003. As a member of Counsel, she practised extensively in State and Federal Courts and in the High Court principally in commercial, taxation, extradition and general civil matters. - Current at 13 March 2013
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This was presented at The 28th National Convention .

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Taxation of financial arrangements

Author(s):  Tony FROST,  Andrew Hirst

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Australian Taxation Office investigations - Recent issues

Author(s):  Michael CLOUGH,  Andrew CURRIE

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Powers of Attorney

Author(s):  Susan Fielding

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Tax issues on intergenerational change

Author(s):  Peter BOBBIN

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Equity, simplicity, certainty and individualised justice – in the one sentence?

Author(s):  Michelle GORDON

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Part IVA reform

Author(s):  AH (Tony) SLATER

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