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We hope the quiet study signs are helping keep the volume down during the exam period. Thank you for observing the signs. The first week of exams is done, two more weeks to go. Stay focused but remember to take a study break.
Keep a lookout for Welfare on Wheels in all Clayton libraries this exam period! Trolleys loaded with snacks and stationery galore for all your studying needs. Running until 7 June.
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Mabo v Queensland (No 2) ("Mabo case") (1992) 175 CLR 1 - This significant case is one of the native title cases highlighted in our Indigenous Law Library guide. Today is #MaboDay, the anniversary of the High Court decision that overturned the notion of Terra Nullius in Australia.
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