Tanya Mitchell

The University of Sydney Law School

New Law Building, F10

The University of Sydney

Sydney, NSW 2006

Australia

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Submission on Exposure Draft: Evidence Amendment (Evidence of Silence) Bill 2012

Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 14/20
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 04 Mar 2014
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right to silence, criminal procedure, police interview, evidence, proof, law and order

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A Dilemma at the Heart of the Criminal Law: The Summary Jurisdiction, Family Violence, and the Over-Incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Tanya Mitchell, 'A Dilemma at the Heart of the Criminal Law: The Summary Jurisdiction, Family Violence, and the Over-Incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples', The University of Western Australia Law Review, 45:2 (2019) pp.136-165., Sydney Law School Research Paper No. #19/42
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 08 Jul 2019 Last Revised: 31 Aug 2019
Tanya Mitchell
The University of Sydney Law School
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domestic violence, family violence, summary jurisdiction, formalisation, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, over-incarceration, criminal procedure, criminal law

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The Rise to Prominence of the Victim in the Summary Criminal Jurisdiction in the Twentieth Century

Tanya Mitchell, 'The Rise to Prominence of the Victim in the Summary Criminal Jurisdiction in the Twentieth Century', (2018) 5:2 "Law & History" 30., Sydney Law School Research Paper No. #19/41
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 08 Jul 2019
Tanya Mitchell
The University of Sydney Law School
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victims, domestic violence, summary jurisdiction, formalisation, twentieth century