Administrative Decision-Making in Australian Migration Law

Administrative Decision-Making in Australian Migration Law

Administrative Decision-Making in Australian Migration LawAuthored by: Alan Freckelton

Please read Conditions of use before downloading the formats.

Download/view free formats
PDF (1.3MB)PDF chaptersRead online (HTML)EPUB (1.0MB)MOBI (0.6MB)

Description

The ANU College of Law, Migration Law Program is pleased to introduce a text in administrative decision-making in Australian migration law. Over the past eight years we have assembled a team of some of Australia’s most highly qualified migration agents and migration law specialists to deliver the Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law & Practice, and the Master of Laws in Migration Law.

Alan Freckelton has worked with the Migration Law Program since 2008. Through personal recollections and a comprehensive analysis of administrative decision-making, he brings his professional expertise and experience in this complex field of law to the fore. The examination of High Court decisions, parliamentary speeches and public opinion bring a contentious area of law and policy to life, enabling the reader to consider the impact that legislation and decision-making has upon the individual and society as a whole.

Details

ISBN (print):
9781925022568
ISBN (online):
9781925022575
Publication date:
May 2015
Imprint:
ANU Press Textbooks
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/ADAML.05.2015
Disciplines:
Law; Social Sciences: Social Policy & Administration
Countries:
Australia

Reviews

Other publications that may interest you