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Simon Young

Simon Young is a member of the Centre for Commercial and Property Law and the Research Concentration in Public and International Law at the Queensland University of Technology. He is one of the editors of the first major book to explore native title’s commercial dimensions in light of the Wik decision, entitled Commercial Implications of Native Title (The Federation Press, Sydney, 1997). He is also part of a team teaching a master of laws course at QUT on native title, called "Native Title Law, Policy, and Practice", with native title resources and links located on the course’s web site.

Author's website: Queensland University of Technology - Faculty of Law


 
Western Australia v Ward: Rolling Back Native Title in the Kimberleys
Indigenous Affairs - 4/03/2000
Western Australia v Ward: Rolling Back Native Title in the Kimberleys
Indigenous Affairs - 4/03/2000
Murrandoo Yanner, His Crocodiles, the High Court, and the Native Title Implications
Indigenous Affairs - 15/10/1999
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