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LAW COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA Latest Submissions You can view the latest submissions here. Publications View the Law Council update here OTHER MATTERS and MEDIA Free Document Scanning Apps This article says free documents scanning apps are sleazy and gross and not to download them. Magnificent Turn-of-the-Century Art Posters This site allows you to download 2000 of these awesome posters for free. Amazing Pictures -14 Years of work in Iraq This photographer has documented Iraq for 14 years here are 45 of his best photos Finch beak holds key to Darwin's theory A small bird that played an important part in the inception of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is the inspiration behind new content in a free online course delivered by Charles Darwin University, which has just been launched. Read more here. Are you addicted to doing? Time to lower your speed limit with a bit of mindfulness Strong as a bear: An illustrated celebration of animals Free as a bird, as busy as a bee, and the rest of the metaphorical menagerie of the human imagination is all here. Missing Something? Page 5 of 6Practitioner 31/08/2016http://us11.campaign-archive2.com/?u=31d3b75c7fc73eff18d472f2c&id=86c69c95c2...

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