Lawyers in the First World War

With the  100th anniversary of the start of the First World War approaching in August 2014 research on the involvement of the NSW legal profession in that conflict in particluar will continue. Some papers that relate to the time of that conflict include:

“What has happened to our dear boy?” The New South Wales lawyers and the Red Cross Missing and Wounded Enquiry Bureau in World War One (published in Australian War Memorial’s magazine, Wartime) [View it here]

Battles Overseas and At Home: The New South Wales Legal Profession in 1917, delivered at the Law and War Conference on 24 March 2012

A Social History of the New South Wales Supreme Court Judges in the First World War [View it here]
The Law at War (1916): A Social History of the New South Wales Legal Profession in 1916 [View it here]
Solicitors in WWI (NSW Law Society Journal, November 2008); [View it here]
Engaged to Act on Another Front: the Actions of Members of the NSW Legal Profession on Gallipoli (published in Digger magazine); [View it here]
Slaughter of the Innocents: The Destruction of the 18th Battalion at Gallipoli, August 1915 (Australian Army Journal, Winter Edition, 2010); [View it here]
The New South Wales Judges’ Retirement Act 1918; and [View it here]
The Women’s Legal Status Act 1918. [View it here]