Dr Lisa Strelein is the Manager and Research Fellow of the Native Title Research Unit, AIATSIS, Australia's leading native title research centre. She is a regular commentator and has published widely. Her thoughtful and timely publications have been taken up in Indigenous studies, property and environmental law studies.
"In a remarkably accessible format, Strelein provides succinct and
considered analyses of 10 major native title decisions with
considered reflections on the evolving jurisprudence. Compromised
Jurisprudence will be invaluable to those working in the area of
native title." Garth Nettheim, professor emeritus, faculty of law,
University of New South Wales"
"The work of a gifted legal scholar and writer, the book contains many valuable lessons and insights that Indigenous rights advocates around the world will be able to utilise in their own legal efforts." Robert A. Williams, Jr., E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law and American Indian Studies, University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law"
"This book is an exceptional synthesis of the major native title decisions in Australia. Strelein's deep understanding of this issue is evident on very page. It is a work of profound importance." John Borrows, professor and law foundation chair in aboriginal justice, University of Victoria Law School, British Columbia"