Washington University Law Quarterly
Few would deny that one core ingredient of any successful justice system is the independence of those who adjudicate cases. As will be evident, I believe that Australia's system of administrative justice is in grave danger as a result of dramatic recent threats to the independence of key adjudicators. While these events have taken place in the immigration and refugee context, the ominous implications are far broader.
Stephen H. Legomsky,
Refugees, Administrative Tribunals, and Real Independence: Dangers Ahead for Australia,
76 Wash. U. L. Q. 243
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