From: Wednesday September 1, 2021, 1:00 pm
To: Wednesday September 1, 2021, 2:00 pm
Gideon Haigh, author, The Briliant Boy: Doc Evatt and the Great Australian Dissent
How should the law deal with trauma? A close look at Chester v the Council of the Municipality of Waverley (1939), a landmark in the history of the High Court, and a new perspective on a brilliant, flawed, enigmatic Australian.
Copies from Readings here
I’m an independent journalist, in the trade more than thirty years. I was born in London, went to school in Geelong, and now live in Melbourne.
I write about cricket a bit, mainly for The Australian and The Times; I write about other stuff that interests me too. This is a list of the publications to which I’ve contributed, some of which have survived. I don’t blog, tweet or Facebook. Sorry.
I write books. You’ll find a list here.
I’ve also edited books. Here’s some.
This is where I play cricket. Love it.
You can send me a message here. I may even reply.
Some author websites provide links to current work and to reviews, but I’m not that organised.
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