Quick Reference Card: Uniform Evidence Law, 4th edition

Provides a concise summary of the key principles, legislation and cases relating to the law of evidence in 6 laminated A4 pages designed to be folded into an easy-to-handle reference.

Published: 15 April, 2023

Publisher: LexisNexis Australia

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Commentary: A4, 6-page, laminated card
AUD$ 20.70 AUD$ 23.00
In Stock ISBN: 9780409357356
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Quick Reference Cards (QRCs) offer a concise summary of the topic in four to eight laminated A4 pages designed to be folded once into an easy-to-handle reference.

The 4th edition of Quick Reference Card: Uniform Evidence Law provides a summary of the most important principles of the topic, including important legislation and cases.

QRCs make ideal study aids both for classroom and exam use, and as self-teaching tools for practitioners.

Features

• Concise summary of the most important principles of evidence law
• Overview of important legislation and cases
• Bold headings and colour coded boxes structure the subject
• Quick, easy and clear access to key principles
• Portable
• Durable laminated card
• Great as a revision checklist
• Perfect for exam use

Related Titles

• Bellew et al, Australian Uniform Evidence Law: Principles and Context, 2nd ed, 2022
• Field, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Uniform Evidence Law, 4th ed, 2023
• Heydon, Cross on Evidence, 13th ed, 2021
• Ligertwood & Edmond, Australian Evidence, 6th ed, 2017
• Peden & Kumar, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Uniform Evidence Law, 2nd ed, 2023
• Weinstein, Anderson, Marychurch & Roy, Uniform Evidence in Australia, 3rd ed, 2020

  • Topics covered:
  • Introductory matters
  • - Kinds of proof
  • - Voir dire
  • Adducing Evidence
  • - Witnesses
  • - Witnesses giving evidence
  • - Documentry evidence
  • - Real evidence
  • Admissibility of Evidence
  • - Relevance
  • - Discretions
  • - Hearsay
  • - Tendency and coincidence evidence
  • - Credibility
  • - Character
  • - Opinion
  • Proof
  • - Burdens and standards of proof
  • - Prima facie case
  • - Judicial notice
  • - Presumptions
  • - Inferences on failure to give evidence
  • - Warnings

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