Administrative Law – The Laws of Australia, published in 2017 by Thomson Reuters. It relates to State and Federal tribunals and it also covers the Ombudsmen and freedom of information around Australia.

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NCAT – Practice and Procedure, 2nd edition by Mark Robinson SC and Juliet Lucy, 2020,
Thomson Reuters NCAT – Practice and Procedure is a guide for those practising in NCAT.
Designed for both lawyers and non-lawyers, this fully revised second edition provides the key
annotated legislation and rules governing practice in the Tribunal and commentary on that
legislation: the Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2013, the Administrative Decisions
Review Act 1997 and rules and regulations made under those Acts.
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Judicial Review – The Laws of Australia, published in 2014 by Mark Robinson SC, Editor,
Thomson Reuters, Sydney. It is an encyclopaedic and practical work for legal practitioners and students, covering judicial review of administrative decisions at the state, territory and federal levels. The text covers; the administrative law system in Australia; delegated legislation and judicial review challenges; what are reviewable decisions and conduct; the grounds of judicial review; procedural fairness (a separate and detailed treatment); and remedies in judicial review.

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Accident Compensation in Australia-No-Fault Schemes (A Book published in 1987 by Legal Books Pty Ltd by Mark A Robinson, Barrister) NB: This book is no longer in print. The file is 6mb and is available in “pdf” format