AAT Practice and Procedure Intensive
Start time 18 Jun 2021 9:00am (Australia - Melbourne)
End time 18 Jun 2021 12:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)
Location Live Stream Only
Speaker See Full Program
Catering Not Included
Designed for Legal Practioners
Product Code I21017
CPD Points:

Substantive Law: 3.0
$395.00
(includes GST)

AAT Practice and Procedure Intensive

3.0
18 Jun 2021 9:00am - 18 Jun 2021 12:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)
Live Stream Only

Case Preparation at the AAT – Strategies, Techniques and What to Avoid When Representing Clients 

The AAT reviews a wide range of decisions made under Commonwealth laws, including FOI Requests, Taxation, Workers Compensation, Child Support, Migration and Refugee decisions and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.  These decisions often affect disadvantaged and vulnerable people and the representation required of each individual can be unique and challenging.

This session will take you through key strategies and practical tips for preparing a Review at the AAT. You will also be guided on the do’s and don’ts when representing your client more generally in this jurisdiction.

Including a case update, this is a unique opportunity not to be missed.

Appeals and Rights in the AAT – Your Options Are Limited   

If a party is aggrieved by a decision of the AAT there is limited avenue for appeal from the AAT to the Federal Court.

This session will guide you through the process of appealing AAT decisions to the Federal Court including:

  • Proper basis for appeal;
  • Likelihood of Final or Interlocutory Appeals;
  • Relevant timelines;
  • Drafting essential documents for appeal process;
  • Costs consequences for parties;
  • Stay Orders and consequences for your client, particularly in relation to Workers Compensation Claims.

A must for all those practising in the AAT jurisdiction.

Presented by: Andrew Healer, Barrister, Victorian Bar

Administrative Law – Judicial Review & Error – Case Update   

This session will focus on recent cases and address the potential impact of those decisions in light of previous authorities including issues on: 

  • Legal Reasonableness 
  • Relevance 
  • Evidence 
  • Materiality
  • Hearsay