2016 COAT VIC Conference

Tribunals, Boards and Panels - Issues of Procedural Fairness

Friday, 22 April 2016

Location

Oaks on Market, Melbourne


Conference Resources

Procedural Fairness - cases involving people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background. Paper

John Billings, Senior Member, AAT, Migration and Refugee Division

Procedural Fairness - cases involving people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background

John Billings, Senior Member, AAT, Migration and Refugee Division

Procedural Fairness - cases involving people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background

John Billings, Senior Member, AAT, Migration and Refugee Division

Natural Justice and Registered Health Practitioners

Elizabeth Kennedy, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Natural Justice and Registered Health Practitioners

Elizabeth Kennedy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Elizabeth Kennedy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Ensuring Procedural Fairness - Tribunals to Courts

Presentation by Justice Greg Garde AO RFD President, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal

Ensuring a Fair Hearing: Matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment and/or intellectual disability

Matthew Carroll, President, Mental Health Tribunal

Ensuring a Fair Hearing: Matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment and/or intellectual disability

Matthew Carroll, President, Mental Health Tribunal

Ensuring a fair hearing- matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability - National Disability Insurance Scheme Hearings

Jill Toohey, Senior Member, Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Ensuring a fair hearing- matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability Ensuring procedural fairness outside the hearing process

Susan Woodford, District Registrar, General & Other Divisions, Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Melbourne

Ensuring a fair hearing- matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability Ensuring a fair hearing- matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability Ensuring procedural fairness outside the hearing process

Susan Woodford, District Registrar, General & Other Divisions, Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Melbourne

Ensuring a fair hearing- matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability

Jill Toohey, Senior Member, Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Ensuring a Fair Hearing - Matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability - Hearings in the Guardianship list at VCAT

Bernadette Steele, Senior Member, Human Rights Division, VCAT

Ensuring a Fair Hearing - Matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability - Hearings in the Guardianship list at VCAT

Bernadette Steele, Senior Member, Human Rights Division, VCAT

Ensuring a Fair Hearing - Matters involving persons with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or intellectual disability - Hearings in the Guardianship list at VCAT

Bernadette Steele, Senior Member, Human Rights Division, VCAT

Disciplinary Hearings in the Regulated Professions: Procedural Fairness Issues

Elisabeth Wentworth, Deputy Head of List, Review and Regulation List, VCAT

Disciplinary Hearings in the Regulated Professions: Procedural Fairness Issues

Elisabeth Wentworth Deputy Head of List, Review and Regulation List, VCAT

Conference Paper

Justice Greg Garde AO RFD President, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal

Affording Procedural Fairness: Culture and interpreters in Tribunal Hearings

John Longo, Member, AAT

Conference Program

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