Practice And Procedure High Court And Federal Court Of Australia

Practice Area: Civil Procedure, Litigation

Jurisdiction: Federal

Description: One of LexisNexis’ flagship titles, Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court of Australia (HCFCP) is widely regarded as a leading authority on the practice of law in the High Court, Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court. With thorough annotations to key legislation, including the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976, the Federal Court Rules 2011, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia Act 1999, the Federal Circuit Court Rules 2001, and the High Court Rules 2004, HCFCP is regularly updated to ensure that practitioners have access to current, relevant and expert commentary on the practice of law in the federal jurisdiction and how it is being applied in the latest cases. This publication gathers together all of the essential resources – including Forms, Practice Notes and scales of Costs and Fees – that practitioners need when researching their strategy for bringing or defending a federal civil matter. HCFCP also provides extensive coverage of Competition and Consumer Law, Bankruptcy and Administrative Appeals, with their own dedicated author teams to give subscribers the expert edge in these areas of law. Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court of Australia is the pre-eminent practice manual for federal litigation in Australia.

General Information
Publication category Analytical subscription service – charged annually
Formats available Online, digital via Lexis Red, hardcopy looseleaf
Key content Legislation, Annotated Legislation, Commentary
Advisory Editor (Federal Court)Dr Kevin Lindgren QC
Authors*(Federal Court) Dr Natalie Cujes, Judge Rolf Driver;  (Competition and Consumer) Ray Steinwall; (Bankruptcy) Paul Nichols, Michael Murray; (Administrative Appeals) Dr Nathan Moshinsky QC

*current commissioned authors only
Additional Information
Author and Contributor Profiles   Dr Kevin Lindgren QC:;
Michael Murray:
Related resources Federal Civil Litigation Precedents; Ritchie’s Uniform Civil Procedure New South Wales; Competition and Consumer Act Annotated; Bankruptcy Law and Practice; Administrative Law Bulletin
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