Biographical entry

Evans, Gareth John (1944 - )

Born
5/09/1944
Melbourne

Chronology

1/01/1971 - 1/01/1978
Melbourne Law School Employment

Additional Notes

Labour Senator for Victoria, 1978-1996, Member for Holt, 1996-1999. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gareth_Evans_(politician)

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Publications

Books

  • Evans, G, Labor and the constitution, 1972-1975 : essays and commentaries on the constitutional controversies of the Whitlam years, 1 edn, Heinemann Educational Australia, Richmond, 1977, 383 pp. Details

Chapters

  • Evans, Gareth John, Prospects and Problems for an Australian Bill of Rights, Australian Yearbook of International Law 1970-73, 1 edn, Miller, R. H., Butterworths & Dobbs Ferry, Australia, 1975. Details

Journal Articles

  • Evans, G, 'Arrests without warrant in Victoria', Law Institute Journal, vol. 46, 1972, p. 507. Details
  • Evans, G, 'Rethinking Commonwealth Immunity', Melbourne University Law Review, vol. 8, 1972, p. 521. Details
  • Evans, G, 'New directions in Australian race relations law', Australian Law Journal, vol. 48, 1974, p. 479. Details
  • Evans, G, 'Benign discrimination and the right to equality', Federal Law Review, vol. 6, 1974, p. 26. Details
  • Evans, G, 'Prospects and problems for an Australian bill of rights', Australian Yearbook of International Law, vol. 6, 1975, p. 1. Details
  • Evans, G, 'Pecuniary interests of members of parliament under the Australian constitution', Australian Law Journal, vol. 49, 1975, p. 464. Details
  • Evans, Gareth John, 'Pecuniary Interests of Members of Parliament under the Australian Constitution', Australian Law Journal, vol. 49, 1975, pp. 464-477. Details
  • Evans, Gareth John, 'The Constitutional Validity and Scope of the Trade Practices Act 1974', Australian Law Journal, vol. 49, 1975, pp. 654-671. Details
  • Evans, Gareth John, 'Labor and the Constitution', Meanjin Quarterly, vol. 35, 1976, p. 43525. Details

Report/Working Papers

  • Evans, G; Kirby, M; et al, Criminal Investigation, The Law Reform Commission Report No. 2, Australian Government Publishing Service, Australia, 1975. Details

Online Resources