The 190-page "Callinan Report" on the review of the AAT could bring about profound changes to clients' eligibility for bridging visas and the way we run Tribunal matters. This article summarises the recommendations and observations that will be of most interest to practitioners.
In 2018, former High Court Justice Ian Callinnan was asked by the Attorney-General to undertake a review as provided for by s 4 of the Tribunals Amalgamation Act 2015 (Cth).
The so-called "Callinan Report" contains severals recommendations and observations, which we summarise as follows:
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