An Address On the Occasion of the Naming of Magna Carta Place, Langton Crescent, Canberra

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Title

An Address On the Occasion of the Naming of Magna Carta Place, Langton Crescent, Canberra

Subject

Magna Carta, speech, address, naming, SIr Gerard Brennan, English Law, equity, freedom, Australian law, legal, Canberra, Australian government

Description

An address made by the Hon. Sir Gerard Brennan at the naming of Magna Carta Place in Canberra. He justifies the naming by arguing that the Magna Carta and the ideologies it represents contribute to the creation of a valuable and "enduring myth [in Australian] lives and...law."

Creator

Brennan, Hon. Sir Gerard

Source

High Court of Australia

Date

12 October 1997

Rights

High Court of Australia

Format

Hyperlink; Address/Speech

Language

English

Files

Citation

“An Address On the Occasion of the Naming of Magna Carta Place, Langton Crescent, Canberra,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed October 15, 2019, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/156.