The University of Queensland Law Journal Volume 32, No. 1
Volume 32, No. 1 is a Special Issue with the theme of "Merits Review".
- Justice D Kerr, The Intersection of Merits and Judicial Review: Looking Forward
- Justice A Wilson, Tribunal Proceedings and Natural Justice: A Duty to Inquire
- Judge Kevin O'Connor, Appeal Panels in Super Tribunals
- Robin Creyke, Integrity in Tribunals
- Peter Billings and Anthony E Cassimatis, Twenty-One Years of the Judicial Review Act 1991: Enhancing Access to Justice and Promoting Legal Accountability?
- Bernard McCabe, Community Values and Correct or Preferable Decisions in Administrative Tribunals
- Dennis O'Brien, Specious Delusions: Review on the Merits of Migration and Refugee Decisions - Reflections on the Operation of the Migration Review Tribunal and Refugee Review Tribunal in an Interconnected World
- Mary Crock and Hannah Martin, Refugee Rights and the Merits of Appeal
- Katherine Hooper, Model Litigants, Migration, Merits Review and ... Mediation?
- Kerrie O'Callaghan and Michelle Howard, Promoting Administrative Justice: The Correct and Preferable Decision and the Role of Government Policy in the Determination
- Bertus de Villiers, Burden of Proof and Standard of Proof in the WA State Administrative Tribunal
- Portia Tyle, When is a Merits Review Tribunal Functus Officio?
- Richard Oliver, Limits on BSA licence cancellation for multiple events
- Daniel Maggacis, Head, Administrative Law: Context and Critique
- Peter McDermott, Pearce, Administrative Appeals Tribunal
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