Judicial activism, immigration and the one-child case

2017-05-05T04:27:45Z (GMT) by Betts, Katharine
Changes to administrative law in Australia have increased the access of non-residents to Australia’s legal system. Governments have recently sought to limit the impact of this access by restricting the courts’ decision-making freedom. The recent High Court’s judgment on a refugee claim based on China’s one-child family policy illustrates the dilemmas involved. Copyright. Monash University and the author/s