News Items matching Administrative Law


Victoria and NSW lead the way in co-op reform

Date: 05 Mar 2014, Filed under: Administrative Law

Victorian Minister for Consumer Affairs Heidi Victoria has announed Victoria's co-operatives will be able to operate more easily across state borders from...

Victorian silks to get choice of QC or SC

Date: 05 Feb 2014, Filed under: Administrative Law

The Victorian Bar has announced that Victorian barristers appointed silks by the Chief Justice will from this year have the option to choose between the...

New appointment to the Supreme Court of Victoria

Date: 26 Nov 2013, Filed under: Administrative Law

Victorian Attorney-General Robert Clark has announced the appointment of Jack Rush RFD QC to the Supreme Court of Victoria.

High Court rules out compensation for public servant injured during work trip

Date: 31 Oct 2013, Filed under: Administrative Law

The High Court of Australia, by majority, has held that Comcare, the appellant, was not liable to pay compensation to a Commonwealth government employee...

People smuggler's challenge to minimum sentence dismissed

Date: 15 Oct 2013, Filed under: Administrative Law

The High Court of Australia, by majority, has upheld the validity of a provision of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) which prescribed a mandatory minimum term...

Justin Gleeson becomes Solicitor-General

Date: 10 Oct 2013, Filed under: Administrative Law

Federal Attorney-General, Mark Dreyfus, has announced the appointment of Justin Thomas Gleeson SC as the Solicitor-General of the Commonwealth.

Community legal centres welcome $33m federal funding boost

Date: 25 Jul 2013, Filed under: Administrative Law

Community Law Australia has welcomed increased funding to ensure that community legal centres across the country can service more people in need of legal...

New NSW Commissioner of victims rights appointed

Date: 13 Jun 2013, Filed under: Administrative Law

NSW Attorney General, Greg Smith SC, has announced that Mandy Young has been appointed the first Commissioner of Victims Rights - a role that involves...

First Significant Investor visa granted

Date: 06 May 2013, Filed under: Commercial Litigation, Administrative Law

Immigration Minister Brendan O'Connor announced that Australia's first significant investor visa had been granted to a successful Chinese toy manufacturer...

New appointments to Fair Work Commission

Date: 02 Apr 2013, Filed under: Administrative Law

Federal Employment Minister and Workplace Relations, Bill Shorten, has announced the appointment of eight new members to the Fair Work Commission.

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