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Attorney-General (Department of)


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Attorney-General (Department of)

Attorney-General (Department of)

Attorney-General (Department of)

New South Wales Department of Attorney General and Justice

Attorney-General’s Department and Law Council of Australia, Twenty-first International Trade Law Conference, Sydney 17-18 October 1994, Papers, Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra, 1995, ix + 518 p., ISBN 0 642 20844 1.

Lie v Attorney General of the United States and Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Review of administrative agency action, ILDC 1433 (US 2009), 349 FedApp'x 706 (3d Cir 2009), 20th October 2009, United States; Court of Appeals (3rd Circuit) [3d Cir]

Purvis (on the application of Hoggan) v New South Wales (Department of Education and Training) and Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and Attorney-General of the Commonwealth of Australia (intervening), Appeal judgment, [2003] HCA 62, ILDC 206 (AU 2003), (2003) 217 CLR 92, (2003) 202 ALR 133, (2003) 78 ALJR 1, 11th November 2003, High Court [HCA]

Pierre v Gonzales, United States Attorney General and Cleary, Acting Field Director Deportation and Removal, Buffalo District, Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, United States Department of Homeland Security, Appeal judgment, 502 F 3d 109 (2d Cir 2007), ILDC 802 (US 2007), 11th September 2007, Court of Appeals (2nd Circuit) [2d Cir.]

Kracke, Attorney-General for the State of Victoria (intervening) and Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (intervening) v Mental Health Review Board and Mid West Area Mental Health Service and Secretary to the Department of Human Services (intervening), Appeal decision, [2009] VCAT 646, ILDC 1608 (AU 2009), 23rd April 2009, Victoria

 

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In Australia the government departments that administer the law within the portfolio of the Attorney-General are variously called Attorney-General's Department (Cth); Department of Justice And Community Safety (ACT); Attorney General's ...

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