COVID-19, coercive government action, and the absence of judicial intervention, an online seminar with Jason Harkness

COVID-19, coercive government action, and the absence of judicial intervention: Reflections on the rule of law during a once-in-a-lifetime crisis Presenter: Dr Jason Harkess Synopsis During the COVID-19 pandemic, governments around the world imposed draconian measures on their citizens to control the spread of the virus. These included lockdowns,mandatory mask-wearing, business closures, travel  restrictions, and […]

Vic chapter online seminar – Never the twain shall meet?, the demarcation between tribunals and courts in tax matters

The Australian Institute of Administrative Law – VIC Chapter Invite you to a Presentation by Reynah Tang AM and Frank O’Loughlin KC Never the Twain Shall Meet? An Exploration of the Demarcation between the Roles of Administrative Tribunals and the Courts where Taxpayers have a Choice of Venue for Reconsideration of an Assessment Decision of […]

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VIC INFORMATION The Victorian Chapter of AIAL promotes knowledge of and interest in administrative law relevant to Victoria, and provides a forum for the exchange of information and opinions on all aspects of administrative law and administrative practices. Administrative law is principally the law of government actions, decisions, processes and accountability, and extends to the […]