The last Part of Volume 20 of the Australian Journal of Administrative Law includes the following articles: “Understanding Dranichnikov: A new ground within a new label, or a less structured approach to judicial review?” – Jonathan Warren Hirsowitz; “The Independent Reviewer for Adverse Security Assessments: Comfort but not hope for indefinitely detained refugees” – Daniel Reynolds; and ““Remedying” the problems presented by privately provided human services: Reconsidering the public/private law divide” – Emily Rumble. There is also a Casenotes section and a Work and Employment section.
Dr Paula Gerber has joined as the Section Editor for the “Refugees and Discrimination” Section. As the Deputy Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role. She specialises in international human rights law and in 2009 she was appointed to the Board of the Victorian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.
By Edward Santow. The Brennan Report recommended major changes to many aspects of Australian human rights law and practice. However, media, academic and legal interest has focused almost exclusively on the recommendation for a national human rights Act.