Australian Institute of Administrative Law seminar
Procedural fairness and the price of just outcomes: a non-economic rationalist perspective on the work of tribunals
with Graeme Neate AM,
President of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal
Wednesday 15 November 2017 at 5.30pm
|Offices of Clayton Utz, Level 10, 2 Phillip Law Street, Canberra ACT|
Graeme Neate AM has been the President of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal since early 2017.
Before commencing this role Mr Neate was the Commissioner of the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (from 2014).
Immediately prior to this he was the President of the National Native Title Tribunal (1999-2013), after serving as a member of that Tribunal (1995-1999).
Mr Neate was involved with the establishment of the Indigenous Law Program and the Indigenous Law Centre (Research and Study facilities) at the University
of New South Wales.
He is author of Aboriginal Land Rights Law in the Northern Territory (1989) and numerous published articles, book chapters and conference papers relating to Aboriginal land rights, native title and cultural heritage issues.
He was appointed a Member (AM) of the Order of Australia in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours for his significant service to the law as a leading contributor to Indigenous land rights, and to legal education.
The seminar will be held immediately prior to the AGM and is open to all members of the AIAL and to any interested members of the public. It is not necessary to register for the seminar and admission is free.
For further information, contact the AIAL Secretariat, email: email@example.com;
telephone:02 6290 1505