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Politics 24 May 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyNew AAT president named

The acting Attorney-General has revealed who will lead the Administrative Appeals Tribunal through its reform process...

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Politics 06 April 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyLessons from the ‘mercy killing’ of the AAT

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal is set to be abolished. While such bodies are “critical” to Australia’s legal...

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Politics 20 December 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyMerits review ‘critical’ following announced abolition of AAT

In the wake of the Albanese government’s decision to abolish the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, an effective merits...

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Politics 16 December 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyAdministrative Appeals Tribunal to be abolished

Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus has just announced that the Albanese government is abolishing the Administrative Appeals...

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The Bar 05 July 2022 ByJess FeyderAn independent and well-funded AAT essential, says LCA

The Law Council of Australia is calling for an independent and adequately funded Administrative Appeals Tribunal...

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Politics 17 May 2022 ByJerome DoraisamyAAT appointments ‘have become increasingly political’, says report

Just days out from the federal election, a new study from the Australia Institute reveals how political appointments to...

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