Administrative law

New book co-authored by ANU administrative law expert examines government liability

Outside my comfort zone: How administrative law taught me to embrace opportunities

How does the Federal Court deal with findings of fact on Judicial Review of Administrative Action?

This paper begins by looking at the state of federal administrative law in Australia just before the time the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 (Cth) was enacted and how it was then considered that courts dealt with findings of fact on judicial review.  After next considering the Court’s administrative law jurisdiction in its early years, the paper then contrasts the state of the law of federal judicial review of findings of fact in the 1970s with the state of the law 40 years later. The landscape has changed.

Loving the law, oral advocacy, and studying the ANU Juris Doctor

What a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia and a Judge’s associate do in a typical week

Have you ever wondered what a typical week’s work looks like for a Justice of the Federal Court of Australia? How do Judges prepare for court sittings, and what happens in chambers? What does an Associate do, and what skills are required to perform the role?

Judicial method and what Judges do

This seminar is part of the ANU College of Law Visiting Judicial Fellow Program. The Program is designed to develop a greater understanding of the role and function of judges, by allowing Judges to share their knowledge and experience with the broader ANU Law community. Justice Alan Robertson is one of two Visiting Judicial Fellows in 2019.

Dr

Naveed is an author of numerous articles published in law journals of national and international repute. His specialty is in the subjects of Comparative Constitutional Law, International Economic Law, Cyber Laws.

2018 Public Law Weekend continues University’s long tradition in administrative law

ACT schools systematically under performing: ANU research

Pub Law forum

MinterEllison's Administrative Law team and the ANU Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) are holding a Pub Law Forum.

The purpose of this forum will be to recognise the 40th anniversary of the commencement of the Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act. 

The commencement of the ADJR Act represented a significant moment in Australian administrative law. ANU College of Law Senior Lecturer Dr Greg Weeks and MinterEllison Special Counsel Will Sharpe will discuss the impact of the ADJR Act and its continuing relevance.

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