Late afternoon Webinar
Presenters: Ms Amelia Wheatley QC & Mr Ben McGlade
Chair: The Hon Justice Andrew Greenwood
Some still see the concept of “unreasonableness” applying without much analysis in applications coming before the Courts. In this presentation, Ms Wheatley QC and Mr McGlade seek to bring order and rigour to the concept, discussing recent cases and what an applicant must seek to establish to have “reasonable” prospects of success.
Amelia Wheatley QC practices principally in public law, with a particular focus on administrative law (predominately judicial review) and revenue matters. She also has a broader commercial and insolvency litigation practice.
Ben McGlade was first called to the bar in 2010. He practices in commercial and administrative law. He has particular expertise and experience in the area of judicial review having extensively appeared both for and against government departments in respect of such matters.
The Hon Justice Greenwood was appointed to the Federal Court of Australia in 2005. He is now President of the Copyright Tribunal (having been a member for some years). He is also a Presidential member of the AAT, and Deputy President of the Australian Competition Tribunal.
Date: Tuesday 9 June 2020
Time: 5.30pm Teleconference via Zoom
The webinar is open to all members of the AIAL and to any interested members of the public. Admission is free, but registration is required.
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