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Public Confidence, Apprehended Bias, and the Modern Judiciary

  • 02 Mar 2021
  • 5:30 PM
  • Sydney

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Public Confidence, Apprehended Bias, and the Modern Federal Judiciary

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 event was opened by the The Hon Alan Robertson, AAL President and chaired by The Hon Justice Sarah Derrington, ALRC President.    

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The event was recorded and is available to view here

Presentations


The Hon Alan Robertson SC

President of the Australian Academy of Law

Download Mr Robertson's paper here 


The Hon Justice Michael Lee

Federal Court of Australia


View the presentation in the video link above


The Hon Judge Matthew Myers AM

Federal Circuit Court of Australia


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Professor Gabrielle Appleby

University of New South Wales


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Mr Anthony McAvoy SC

Barrister

Download Mr McAvoy's paper here


Mr Chris Merrit

Journalist and Rule of Law Institute Australia Vice President

Download Mr Merritt's paper here

Australian Law Reform Commission

Download the ALRC News: Judicial impartiality seminar stimulates important discussions






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