27.07.2021

Impartiality from both sides of the Bench

On Monday 19 July 2021, the Australian Law Reform Commission co-hosted a seminar with Wolters Kluwer to explore different viewpoints on judicial impartiality. Attendees were treated to an impressive panel including: The Honourable Justice Middleton, Federal Court of Australia and ALRC Part-Time Commissioner (Chair) The Honourable Chief Justice William Alstergren, Chief Justice of the Family

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22.06.2021

Invitation: Judicial Impartiality Webinar

Judicial Impartiality eNews 22 June 2021 Webinar – Judicial Impartiality Q&A: Exploring Viewpoints Join us as we explore different perspectives on proposals and questions raised in the Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper. Date: Monday 19 July 2021 at 1.00PM – 2.30PM AEST In this webinar, we will discuss views from the bench, the profession, academia, and the

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14.06.2021

Webinar – Judicial Impartiality Q&A: Exploring Viewpoints

Monday 19 July 2021 at 1.00PM – 2.30PM AEST Join us as we explore different perspectives on proposals and questions raised in the Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper. In this webinar, we will discuss views from the bench, the profession, academia, and the community on proposals made and questions raised by the ALRC’s Judicial Impartiality Consultation

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30.04.2021

Judicial Impartiality eNews | Consultation Paper Released

Judicial Impartiality eNews 30 April 2021 Consultation Paper Released Today the Australian Law Reform Commission released a Consultation Paper for the review of Judicial Impartiality. The ALRC now invites submission in response to 25 questions and proposals in relation to judicial impartiality and the law on bias. As part of the Inquiry process, broad community consultation is sought.

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30.04.2021

Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper Released

Today the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) released a Consultation Paper for the review of Judicial Impartiality, and is calling for submissions on its questions and reform proposals. In Australia, judicial independence and impartiality are seen as fundamental to the common law system of adversarial trial, to the exercise of judicial power under the Australian

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30.03.2021

Judicial Impartiality eNews | New Judicial Impartiality Background Papers Released

Two new background papers for the review into judicial impartiality have now been released.

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12.03.2021

Judicial impartiality seminar stimulates important discussions

On Tuesday 2 March 2020 the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) co-hosted a panel seminar with the Australian Academy of Law at the Federal Court of Australia in Sydney. The expert panel explored issues of public confidence, apprehended bias, and the modern federal judiciary. The ‘sold out’ event provided a conducive format for discussion relevant

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12.03.2021

Judicial Impartiality eNews | March 2021

Judicial impartiality seminar stimulates important discussions On Tuesday 2 March 2020 the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) co-hosted a panel seminar with the Australian Academy of Law at the Federal Court of Australia in Sydney. The expert panel explored issues of public confidence, apprehended bias, and the modern federal judiciary. The ‘sold out’ event provided

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03.02.2021

Seminar: Public confidence, apprehended bias, and the modern federal judiciary

Tuesday 2 March 2021, 5:30 PM
In conjunction with the Australian Academy of Law, the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) will be hosting a panel seminar on Tuesday 2 March 2021. An expert panel will explore how the fair-minded observer is faring by examining issues of public confidence, apprehended bias, and the modern federal judiciary.

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14.12.2020

Judicial Impartiality eNews | December 2021

The first background paper for the review into judicial impartiality has now been released.
The law on judicial bias: A primer provides an introductory summary and overview of key aspects of the law on judicial bias as it relates to the Australian federal judiciary. 

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