Assimilation, Lutheranism and the 1950s Justice of Kriewaldt

Douglas, Heather (2004) Assimilation, Lutheranism and the 1950s Justice of Kriewaldt. Australian Journal of Legal History, 8 2: 285-312.

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Author Douglas, Heather
Title Assimilation, Lutheranism and the 1950s Justice of Kriewaldt
Journal name Australian Journal of Legal History   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1323-1391
Publication date 2004
Year available 2004
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 8
Issue 2
Start page 285
End page 312
Total pages 28
Editor A. R. Buck
Place of publication Sydney, Australia
Publisher Macquarie University School of Law
Language eng
Subject 1801 Law
Abstract Justice Kriewaldt was judge of the Northern Territory Supreme Court from 1951 to 1960 and his work was regarded as a benchmark of fairness and justice in the administration of justice to Aboriginals. He believed that one of the principles of assimilation was that the law should be applied equally to both Aboriginal as well as whites.
Keyword Customary law
Aboriginal Australians
Cultural assimilation
Q-Index Code C1
Additional Notes Formerly (until 2006): Australian Journal of Legal History (Australia) (1323-1391)

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