Month: December 2015

Opening up government data for public benefit

picture-1600BY KEIRAN HARDY

Some of Malcolm Turnbull’s earliest changes in the Prime Ministership ensured that information and communications technology (ICT) would be placed at the centre of the government’s policy agenda. Mitch Fifield, the new Communications Minister, was bestowed with … Read the rest

Refashioning ‘legitimate expectations’ in Australian administrative law: Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v WZARH

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On 4 November 2015, the High Court of Australia delivered judgment in Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v WZARH (‘WZARH’), dismissing an appeal from the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia’s holding Read the rest

Public Law Events Round-up December 2015

Welcome to the last edition of the AUSPUBLAW Australian Public Law Events Roundup for 2015! But don’t panic, there’s still time to squeeze some more public law into 2015, and it’s also a great time to plan for 2016.

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