This database is the most reliable source of current precedent in the area of administrative law available to the Australian practitioner. It is the only authorised report series of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Full reports of other judgments from High and Federal Courts and ACT Administrative Appeals Tribunal, on matters of interest to administrative lawyers and all those affected by far reaching decisions, are also included.
Australian Administrative Law includes all the important legislation relating to administrative law and extracts from the Judiciary Act and Federal Court Rules where they apply to administrative law. Monthly bulletins include recent developments and case digests from various jurisdictions and cross references to other substantive commentary in this work.
Federal Administrative Law is a guide to practice and procedure in the federal Administrative Appeals Tribunal, with relevant legislation together with detailed commentary and annotations covering administrative law and judicial review. The author, Dr Geoffrey Flick is a judge of the Federal Court of Australia. The commentary on the legislation and jurisdiction is complemented by a comprehensive suite of practice tools, including procedural notes, practice directions and overviews.
Queensland Administrative Law is a concise reference and practice guide covering the key areas with commentary by experts and detailed coverage of the principal statutes of Queensland administrative law.
QCAT is an independent tribunal which makes decisions on a range of matters for the first time (original decisions) and reviews decisions previously made by government agencies and statutory authorities (review decisions).
See Chapter 10 'Administrative Law'. This title states the law relating to the exercise of the public functions of government and administration. It includes access to information regarding the exercise of these functions, specifically the right to reasons and freedom of information law. It addresses the main avenues of review, whether by one of various tribunals or by judicial review, as well as the factors that impact upon the choice of avenue for review. The role, jurisdiction and functions of the various ombudsman offices also come under this title.