Citation (Book) Greig, A, Lewins, F & White, K. (2003), Inequality in Australia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK.(ISBN 0521524423) In Lewins v Australian National University, a senior lecturer employed by the university applied for a promotion pursuant to a statement of procedures. The Promotions Committee did not recommend the promotion and the senior lecturer sought a statement of reasons under s 13 of the AD(JR)A. This week we go to sea, and look at two recent High Court decisions which are making waves for those who do business on the water. Should foreign shipping crews be given Australian pay and conditions?
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prohibiting a "non-university provider" of educational services from conferring such awards. 10 Placing reliance upon Australian National University v Burns3 and Australian National University v Lewins4, the appellant argued that, to satisfy the description of a decision of an administrative character made What was the influence of religious identity, beliefs and practices on attitudes to euthanasia in Australia during the 1990s? To address this question I analyse data from national representative surveys and find that denomination, church attendance and beliefs in personal God all made a difference to attitudes to voluntary and non-voluntary euthanasia in unique ways. Cambridge Core - Economic Development and Growth - The Cambridge Economic History of Australia - edited by Simon Ville
Australian National University v Lewins was itself a case in which that applicant, appointed as a lecturer to that University, claimed a right under s 13 under the ADJR Act to a statement of the reasons for not promoting him to the position of Reader, ... Had Tang pleaded a contractual relationship with the university, an application for judicial review under the Review Act would have likely failed on the same grounds as the failed applications of university employees in Australian National University v Burns42 and Australian National University v Lewins.43 There it was made clear that decisions ... The Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI) is a research-intensive institute located at Macquarie University, Sydney. Proudly supported by the vibrant and rapidly growing Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Institute conducts world-class research to catalyse performance improvement in healthcare services and systems in Australia and internationally.
Australian National University v Burns (1982) 43 ALR 25 . Australian National University v Lewins (1996) 138 ALR 1; (1996) 68FCR 87 . Baker v University of Ballarat (2005) 225 ALR 218;  FCAFC 210 . Breen v Amalgamated Engineering Union  2 QB 175 . Byrne v The Owners of Ceresa River Apartments Strata Plan 55597  WASC 153 Applied Computer-assisted Qualitative Data Analysis using Nvivo This course is for those already familiar with qualitative research approaches who are interested in using NVivo to assist with the tasks of qualitative data management and analysis. Frank Lewins. Department of Sociology The Australian National University See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published Aug 1, 1998; pp. 123–134. Abstract. Preview Hide Preview. This abstract is currently unavailable.
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described by Lehane J in Australian National University v Lewins,4 requiring that a decision made ‘under an enactment’ affect legal rights or obligations by virtue of the enactment.5 While the Court of Appeal and Kirby J agreed with the statement in Lewins, both rejected this test on the grounds that it was incompatible with the to thank Sallyann Ducker, Margaret Lewins and Kevin’s children, Claire, Michael and David. Also, we would like to acknowledge the support and assis-tance of Peter Debus, of Cambridge University Press, the research assistance from Ann Palmer, and the excellent editing work of David Barrett. Parts of this book draw on previously published work.
Lewins, Frank William v Australian National University -  FCA 935 - Lewins, Frank William v Australian National University (17 November 1995) -  FCA 935 (17 November 1995) (Lee J) - 133 ALR 452 Lewins, K. ORCID: 0000-0001-5276-2777 (2017) Passenger’s Remedies for Substandard European River Cruise Under Australian Law: The right to a luxury river cruise or merely the right to go on a tour? Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Limited (No 2)  NSWSC 733. Kate Lewins 47 – 52 Articles ... The Defendant is an Australian company in the business of providing European river cruises, largely to Australian ... Murdoch University, Australia; Academic Fellow, Centre for Maritime Law, National University Singapore. 1 Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Ltd (No 2)  ...
Kate joined the Law School at Murdoch University in July 1997 after almost a decade in private practice. Kate is a graduate of University of Western Australia (B.Juris 1987, LL.B 1988) and practised law in WA for several years before studying a Master of Laws degree at University of Southampton, UK, specialising in Maritime Law. o Cases like Australian National University v Burns and Australian National University v Lewins make it clear that the decision of the body in question must be authorised or required by a statute, and in addition, it must be the statute which gives legal force/effect to the decision. Dean Lewins/EPA, via Shutterstock. ... a lecturer in politics at the Australian National University. “While we want progress on certain issues, we don’t like major upheavals.”
A visualisation from Prof Nerilie Abram, a climate scientist at the Australian National University, examines hot and dry years in Australia since 1910 and how they correlate with major bushfires. The chapter is limited to research between 1980 and 2010 and with few exceptions is limited to secondary schools. The chapter begins with an introduction to the national context within which research on this topic in Australia takes place.
Opposite Conclusion reached in: Australian National University v Lewins: Lewins was an academic at the ANU who applied for promotion and the ANU has a number of public documents which set out the policies, steps and procedures for promotion in the ANU. After eight years at the helm, Associate Professor Kate Lewins has passed the editorship of the Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal to the Marine and Shipping Law Unit at the University of Queensland. Kate and her dedicated Murdoch University team has ensured that the journal has continued to publish
Inequality in Australia Inequality in Australia analyses and explains inequality, challenging traditional conceptions and providing a new critical perspective. The authors provide a comprehensive historical account of inequality, and show how that account no longer adequately explains the new and different forms experienced in recent decades. Applicability of Lewin’s Change Management Theory in Australian Local Government ... which are often the case for the Australian local government. ... National government should develop a policy ... Evidence-based information on Lewin and change management from hundreds of trustworthy sources for health and social care. ... a review of the literature. Australian Health Review, 38... Read Summary ... Achieving evidence-based practice in health care is integral to the drive for quality improvement in the National Health Service in the UK. ...
A chance discovery of some kelp that floated for 20,000km before washing up on an Antarctic beach has opened up a new chapter in our understanding of the currents that swirl around the Southern Ocean. 5 National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research 2006, Australian HIV Surveillance Report, 22(2), National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, University of New South Wales, Sydney, pp. 1–16; World Health Organisation 2002, ‘Australia 2002 Update’, Epidemiological Fact Sheets on HIV/AIDS
Australian National University. ANU was established, in 1946, to advance the cause of learning and research for the nation. It is consistently ranked among the world’s best universities and many ... Completion of Applied Computer-assisted Qualitative Data Analysis using Nvivo or equivalent tertiary course with NVivo or equivalent qualitative data analysis software such as ATLAS.ti or MAXqda, as well as substantial experience working with qualitative data since completing this course.
Australian National University v Lewins (1996) 138 ALR 1; (1996) 68 FCR 87. Baker v University of Ballarat (2005) 225 ALR 218;  FCAFC 210. Breen v Amalgamated Engineering Union  2 QB 175. Byrne v The Owners of Ceresa River Apartments Strata Plan 55597  WASC 153. The meaning of this phrase was also considered in litigation involving staff members requesting reasons for certain university decisions. See Australian National University v Burns (1982) 43 ALR 25 (request for reasons for decision to terminate professorial appointment); Australian National University v Lewins (1996) 68 FCR 87 (request for ...
Australian National University v Lewins Implications for pre-contractual decisions MATTERS ARISING UNDER A COMMONWEALTH ENACTMENT DECISIONS AND THE MEANING OF 'RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS' THE PROBLEMS WITH CONSENT WHAT MAKES UNIVERSITIES DIFFERENT CONCLUSION GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY V TANG, 'UNDER AN ENACTMENT' AND LIMITING ACCESS TO JUDICIAL REVIEW See Australian National University v Burns (1982) 43 ALR 25 (request for reasons for decision to terminate professorial appointment); Australian National University v Lewins (request for reasons for decision not to promote employee). Evans v Friemann; , 435. Ibid. Mazukov v University of Tasmania (4 August 2000); Mazukov v University of ... Antarctic centenary celebrated at Mawson's home of the blizzard. 16th January 2012. ... (Eastern Australian Summer Time), four days after Mawson and some of his companions spent their first night ashore a century earlier, after arriving at the continent on January 8th. ... from the Australian National University featured excerpts of diary ...
Citation Sikora, J & Lewins, F 2007, 'Attitudes concerning euthanasia: Australia at the turn of the 21st Century', Health Sociology Review, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 68-78. o A grant of authority by statute for a delegated body to denyreview the work from LAWS 2010 at University of Sydney
Calwell’s New Australians (Sydney: Australian National University Press, 1988), esp. 49. 3 Frank Lewins, ‘Assimilation and Integration,’ in The Australian People: An encyclopedia of the nation, its people and their origins¸ ed. James Jupp (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2001), 752. The Australian National University has a Law Library, located in the Law Faculty Building (Building 5) in Fellows Road, Acton. It holds statutes and case law from every Australian jurisdiction as well as the UK, USA, New Zealand and Canada. Special emphasis has been given to public and international law within the collection.
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Australian National University V Lewins © 2020  In Australian National University v Lewins (1996) 136 ALR 1 at 14 Lehane J, with whom Kiefel J agreed, said the following: “… a decision is ‘made’ under an Act if it is ‘a decision