Admin Law Hypothetical


Your Hosts: Arran Gerrard and AGS panel of experts

Cost: $59.95


This instructional video brings together a panel of AGS experts to discuss a hypothetical scenario encompassing a range of administrative law issues including cabinet confidentiality, privacy, freedom of information, lawful delegations and the scope of the AAT’s powers.



This video is 60 minutes in length and will equate to 1 CPD point.





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Arran Gerrard, AGS Senior Lawyer


Arran acts principally in merits and judicial review litigation in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), Federal Circuit Court, Federal Court and High Court for various Commonwealth government clients, with a particular focus on migration litigation. 

He has regularly acted in proceedings in all Federal Courts and Tribunals in matters relating to the cancellation and refusal of visas and citizenship, review of disciplinary sanctions against migration agents, freedom of information (FOI) applications and damages matters. 

He has acted for foreign states on instructions from the Attorney-General’s Department in relation to extradition proceedings including the high profile matters of Lobban v United States of America and Davies v United Kingdom. In particular, he has appeared in the Magistrates Court in relation to remand, bail and eligibility for surrender proceedings. 

Prior to joining AGS, Arran was a Legal Officer with the Enforcement and Citizenship Litigation and Legal Opinions sections of the former Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs.



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