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A historical perspective on juvenile justice reform in Queensland

Andrew Trotter and Harry Hobbs write that recent juvenile justice ‘reforms’ in Queensland not only make undesirable policy, but unravel centuries of gradually calculated reform to improve the state of human rights in juvenile criminal justice.  (This article first appeared in the Criminal Law Journal (2014) 38, p.77)

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