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Law: Case Law: Courts and tribunals

A Library Guide to support students and staff of the University of Newcastle in finding Case Law

Courts and tribunals

Courts and tribunals

  • Under Australia's Constitution, the judiciary is independent from the other arms of government.
  • The Constitution establishes the High Court of Australia and empowers parliament to create other federal courts.
  • Each state and territory has its own laws and court system.
  • Tribunals in Australia are generally administrative dispute resolution bodies other than the courts.

Key Australian courts and tribunals

Key international courts and tribunals

Key Australian courts and tribunals

Key international courts and tribunlas

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