Administrative Review Council Best Practice Guides and Guide to Standards of Conduct for Tribunal Members
Link to the Administrative Research Council’s (ARC) series of Best Practice Guides for primary decision makers. Written in plain and accessible language they cover all key stages in the administrative decision making process.
The subject areas covered by the Guides are: 1. Lawfulness, 2. Natural Justice, 3. Evidence, Facts and Findings, 4. Reasons for Decisions and 5. Accountability.
A Guide to Standards of Conduct for Tribunal Members focuses on respect for the law, fairness, independence, respect for persons, diligence and efficiency, integrity, and accountability and transparency. It is intended to assist and complement tribunal management in maintaining the high level of standards expected of tribunal members.
The Australian Institute of Administrative Law (AIAL) aims to promote knowledge of and interest in Australian Commonwealth, State and Territory administrative law and to provide a forum for exchange of information and opinions on all aspects of administrative law and administrative practices.
Papers from past AIJA Tribunals Conferences are available from the AIJA web site.
The Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council (AJTC) keeps under review the administrative justice system as a whole in the United Kingdom with a view to making it accessible, fair and efficient.
The agency is responsible for the administration of the criminal, civil and family courts and tribunals in England and Wales and non-devolved tribunals in Scotland and Northern Ireland.