TAG: apprehended bias
In an article posted on The Conversation, Dr Anna Olijnyk explains the claims of ‘apprehended bias’ made against Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon. Click here to read Anna’s article.
In the current issue of the Sydney Law Review (Volume 35(4)), Anna Olijnyk examines the potential for interlocutory judgments to give rise to an appearance of bias which will disqualify a judge from hearing further matters. The following is the abstract of the article: In 2011, the High Court handed down judgments in two cases […]