Biographical entry

Moore, William Harrison (1867 - 1935)

Professor

Born
30/04/1867
London, United Kingdom
Died
1/07/1935
Toorak, Melbourne, Australia
Categories

Chronology

01/01/1893 - 1/01/1928
Melbourne Law School Employment

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Publications

Books

  • Moore, W, Act of state in English law., C.Wilfred Jenks memorial collection., 1 edn, Murray, London, 1906. Details
  • Moore, W, The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia, 2 edn, Maxwell, Melbourne, 1910, 782 pp. Details
  • Moore, W, The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia , 1 edn, vol. Students` , Maxwell, Melbourne, 1910, 365 pp. Details
  • Moore, W, International relations and international law, University of Melbourne war lectures, 1 edn, George Robertson & Co, Melbourne, 1915, 18 pp. Details
  • Moore, W, The German peace myth, 1 edn, Reinforcements Referendum Council, Melbourne, 1916, 4 pp. Details
  • Sutton, J; Moore, W, The literary work of John Sutton , 1 edn, Moor, W; Scutt, C; Franklin, R, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1925, 123 pp. Details

Journal Articles

  • Moore, W, 'Suits between States within the British Empire', Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law, vol. 1, no. 1 and 4, 1925, p. 155. Details
  • Moore, W, 'The Dominions and Treaties', Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law, vol. 8, no. 1 and 4, 1926, p. 21. Details

Report/Working Papers

  • Moore, W, International relations and international law, University of Melbourne war lectures, George Robertson & Co, Melbourne, 1915, 18 pp. Details
  • Moore, W, International Copyright Conference, Rome, May and June, 1928: report of the Australian delegate (Sir W. Harrison Moore)., Government Printer, Canberra, 1928, 11 pp. Details
  • Moore, W, Report of the Conference on the operation of dominion legislation and merchant shipping legislation, 1929: together with report of Sir W. Harrison Moore, member of conference appointed by His Majesty's government in the Commonwealth of Australia, H.J. Green government printer, Canberra, 1930, 35 pp. Details

Online Resources