Tag: apprehended bias

Apprehended bias and the nuclear effect – lessons from the New Acland proceedings

BY WILLIAM ISDALE AND NICHOLAS SIMOES DA SILVA

On 3 February 2021, the High Court delivered its judgment in Oakey Coal Action Alliance Inc v New Acland Coal Pty Ltd [2020] HCA 2 (‘New Acland HCA’). The decision arose out … Read the rest

Apprehended bias: a public critique of the fair-minded lay observer

Anna Olijnyk

BY ANNA OLIJNYK

The controversy surrounding Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon AC QC has exposed the rule against apprehended bias to public scrutiny. And the public was not wholly impressed by what it saw.

Public lawyers should care about this: the … Read the rest

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