2018 National Administrative Law Conference - Administrative law in the 21st century and beyond
The 2018 National Administrative Law Conference will be held on Thursday 27 September at 10.30am to Friday 28 September at 2.00pm at the UNSW Law School,
University of New South Wales, Kensington, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
The aim of the Conference is to provide those involved or interested in Australian administrative law with the opportunity to discuss contemporary issues,
share practical experiences and consider future developments. The 2018 Conference will be hosted by the NSW Chapter of the Institute. The Conference
will be relevant to: government decision-makers; those affected by decisions, and their advisers; members of review bodies, tribunals and courts; policy
developers; public lawyers; academics; and others with an interest in Australian administrative law.
The Conference programme and registration details are here: Conference Programme 2018 (2552 KB)
2017 National Administrative Law Conference: 'Ripples of Affection - Administrative Law and Communities'
The 2017 AIAL National Administrative Law Conference was held on Thursday 20 and Friday 21 July 2017 in Canberra at the Hotel Realm, 18 National Circuit,Barton,
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
The programme is here: Conference Programme 2017 (2071 KB)
Speakers include Justice John Griffiths of the Federal Court of Australia, Rosalind Croucher, President of the Australian Law Reform Commission, Peter
Hanks QC, Professor Matthew Groves of La Trobe University, Justice Janine Pritchard of the WA Supreme Court, Professor Megan Davis of the University
of NSW, David Vaile of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Community at UNSW, and Katie Miller of the Victoria Legal Aid. Many of the presentations at the
Conference have now been published in AIAL Forum.
2016 National Conference: Administrative Law - Making a Difference
The 2016 AIAL National Conference on Administrative Law entitled Administrative Law - Making a Difference: Improving public administration and providing administrative justice was held at the Royal International Convention Centre at the Brisbane Showgrounds on 21 and 22 July 2016.
Papers from the Conference have been published in the AIAL Forum.
Download the programme for the Conference here: Conference Program (2016) (1250 KB)
2015 National Conference: Administrative Law - Challenges of a New Age
The 2015 AIAL National Administrative Law Conference "Administrative Law - Challenges of a New Age" was held at the QT Canberra hotel on Tursday
23 and Friday 24 July 2015.
Papers from the Conference will be published in AIAL Forums 82 and 83.
Download Conference Program (2015) (1542 KB)
2014 National Conference: Innovations in Administrative Law
The 2014 National Administrative Law Conference "Innovations in Administrative Law" was held at the University of Western Australia Club, Perth
on Thursday 24 and Friday 25 July 2014.
Papers from the 2014 Conference will be published in AIAL Forums 78 and 79.
Download Conference Program (2014) (683 KB)
2013 National Conference: Administrative Law in an Interconnected World
The 2013 National Administrative Law Conference "Administrative Law in an Interconnected World" was held at the Hotel Realm, 18 National Circuit
Barton, Canberra on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 July 2013.
Download Conference Program (2013) (111 KB)
2012 National Conference: Integrity in Administrative Decision Making
The 2012 National Administrative Law Conference "Integrity in Administrative Decision Making" was held at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide on
Thursday 19 and Friday 20 July 2012.
Download Conference Program (2012) (449 KB)
2011 National Conference: Democracy, Participation and Administrative Law
The 2011 National Administrative Law Conference "Democracy, Participation and Administrative Law" was held in Canberra on Thursday 21 and Friday
22 July 2011 at the Hotel Realm, Barton, ACT.
Papers from the 2011 National Conference are published in AIAL Forum Nos 67, 68 and 69.
Other papers presented at the Conference which are not published in AIAL Forum include:
2010 National Forum: Delivering Administrative Justice
The 2010 National Administrative Law Forum, "Delivering Administrative Justice" was held on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 July 2010, University of
Sydney, Sydney, NSW.
At the 2010 National Administrative Law Forum, held in Sydney on 22 and 23 July 2010, Edward Santow presented a paper titled “Enhanced scrutiny of human
rights: Of parliament, pigs and lipstick”. After the Forum, it was drawn to the attention of the Institute and Mr Santow that a statement in the paper
might be misleading. As a result, Mr Santow has revised the paper. A copy of the revised paper is attached. The revised material can be found at footnote
9 of the paper and in the text in the body of the paper to which footnote 9 relates.
Papers from the 2010 National Forum are published in AIAL Forum Nos 64 and 65,
commencing in January 2011.
Conference Papers - Enhanced scrutiny of human rights: Of parliament, pigs, and lipstick (2010) (66 KB)