Textbook Donation Scheme
I would like to say a big thank you on behalf of the LSS for expressing interest in our Textbook Donation Scheme. We are only interested in a select number of books as to avoid over crowding our shelves and to ensure we are catering to the needs of our students. To reward you for your efforts we will provide you with a raffle ticket in exchange for the textbook(s) outlined below. Please note one textbook equals one raffle ticket, the more textbooks you donate the more chance you have of winning some merch!
Please come to the LSS office on Level 14 of building 2, on Friday the 19th between 1 and 3 to drop off your textbooks. If this time does not suit you please email Equity Director Maya Mortimer
to arrange an alternate drop off.
For any further enquiries please contact our Equity Director Maya Mortimer
. We look forward to seeing you!
Which books are you donating?
Gail Pearson, Elisabeth Peden, GJ Tolhurst, Sheelagh McCracken, Jeannie Paterson, Commercial Law Commentary and Materials Lawbook Co 4th edition 2019
Jeremy Gans & Andrew Palmer, Andrew Roberts, Uniform Evidence (Oxford University Press, 3rd ed, 2019)
Judith Bannister, Anna Olijnyk and Stephen McDonald, Government Accountability: Australian Administrative Law (Cambridge University Press, 2nd ed, 2018)
S Bottomley, K Hall, P Spender and B Nosworthy, Contemporary Australian Corporate Law (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
M Bryan et al, A Sourcebook on Equity &Trusts in Australia, 2nd ed, 2020, Cambridge University Press.
Remedies Katy Barnett and Sirko Harder, Remedies in Australian Private Law (2nd ed, Cambridge University Press, 2018)
P. Stewart & A. Stuhmcke, Australian Principles of Tort Law, 4th Edn. Federation Press, 2017.
George Williams, Andre Lynch and Sean Brennan, Blackshield and Williams Australian Constitutional Law and Theory: Commentary and Materials (Federation Press, 7th edition, 2018).
David Brown et al, Criminal Laws: Materials and Commentary on Criminal Law and Process of New South Wales (Federation Press, 7th ed, 2020)
Jeannie Paterson and Andrew Robertson, Contracts Cases and Materials (14th ed, 2020) Lawbook Co/Thomson Reuters
What kind of condition is the book(s) in?
Perfect (no highlighting or damage)
Very Good (minimal highlighting no damage)
Good (minimal highlighting minimal damage)
Okay (some highlighting some damage)
Bad (significant highlighting significant damage)
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