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Judicial review

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Report

Without fear or favour: judicial impartiality and the law on bias

At a general level, public confidence in the Australian courts is high, and the Australian judiciary is highly respected internationally for its integrity and impartiality. This inquiry was set against the background of the importance of maintaining public confidence in the administration of justice for...
Report

The performance and integrity of Australia's administrative review system: interim report

This interim report recommends that the Federal Attorney-General disassemble the current Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and re-establish a new, federal administrative review system, by no later than 1 July 2023.
Report

Judicial review and policy making: the role of legal advice in government

This paper examines one of the key checks and balances in the UK constitution, judicial review - the process by which individuals and groups can challenge the lawfulness of a public body’s decision.
Briefing paper

The law on judicial bias: a primer

This background paper provides an introductory summary and overview of key aspects of the law on judicial bias, as it relates to the Australian federal judiciary.
Report

Review of the Judicial Review Act 2000 (Tas)

This document discusses the Judicial Review Act 2000 (Tas) (JRA) and examines whether there is a need to reform the ACT. This report also identifies the limitations which the courts have placed on the scope of judicial review, considers whether those limitations are justified and...
Discussion paper

Review of the Judicial Review Act 2000 (Tas)

This paper evaluates Tasmania’s current laws governing the review of administrative decisions, and seeks community input on this topic.
Thesis

Aliens in their own land: 'Alien' and the rule of law in colonial and post-federation Australia

This thesis argues that the ‘rule of law’ was not followed in colonial and post-federation Australia in relation to a fundamental principle of the common law.