Understanding the law - judicial review, making good decisions

Judicial review

Judicial review is an important way by which people can question administrative decisions that affect them.   Judicial review can be said to promote ideals of good government such as openness, fairness, participation, accountability, consistency, rationality and impartiality.

Join Paul Turner, Jenny Rudolf, and Gretel Chen from the Office of the Solicitor-General as they cover below points in their presentations.

  • What decisions does the Judicial Review Act apply to?
  • Understanding the legislation authorising the decision, applying the correct test/ standard/process
  • Delivering natural justice
  • Stages of decision making
  • Relevant and irrelevant considerations
  • Relying on advice
  • Providing reasons for a decision

See below for more information and registration.

Date: Monday, 27 November 2017

Time: 9:30am-11:30am (registration begins at 9:15am)

Location: Collins room, RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

Cost: $35.00 GST inclusive

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