The ALRC was asked to consider the laws on impartiality and bias as they relate to the federal judiciary. This series of articles highlights the ALRC’s preliminary views presented in the Consultation Paper, supported by a set of background papers that provide a high-level overview of key principles and research on Inquiry-related topics. Submission were invited in response to 25 questions and proposals relating to the law on impartiality and bias.
- Spotlight On: The Inquiry’s Approach
- Spotlight On: Who Judges Whether a Judge is Biased?
- Spotlight On: The Judge, the Public, and the Test for Apprehended Bias
- Spotlight On: Cognitive Biases, Social Biases, and the Law
The Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper was released on 30 April 2021. Submissions closed on 30 June 2021.