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A list of people who have been trained to facilitate the delivery of our Legal Policy Development Course. Get in touch with your local facilitator to ask them about our training programs and how they can deliver the Legal Policy Development course to you.
All participants from 2014 can deliver the Attorney-General’s Department’s Legal Policy Development Course in the Pacific region.
Brochure for the Legal Policy Development course delivered by your local Policy Champion. Learn the 7 policy steps for successful policy development.
Information about previous participants in our Pacific Legal Policy Champions Program.
The German Referendar Program offers participants a unique opportunity to learn about the Australian legal system while working in the Attorney-General’s Department.
This document provides information on options for service of documents overseas including Hague Service Convention, Bilateral treaties with other countries, Diplomatic Channels and Private process servers, local agents and via post.
This document provides information on options for service of foreign documents in Australia including Hague Service Convention, Bilateral treaties with other countries, Diplomatic Channels and Private process servers.
Comments and feedback was invited on draft version of Australia's sixth periodic report to the Committee against Torture. The draft report was prepared in response to 29 key issues. Submissions closed on Friday, 7 September 2018
Information about our Pacific Legal Policy Champions Program and the Twinning Program that provides a unique opportunity for high potential Pacific law and justice officers to undertake a two month placement in our department and improve their legal policy skills.
In Australia, once a person is remanded in custody or on bail, the person can elect to waive the extradition process. Information about the process of incoming and outgoing extradition requests, and provisional arrest requests.
Overview of the extradition process of incoming and outgoing extradition requests, and provisional arrest requests.
In 2018, public submissions were invited on the topics raised in the consultation paper. The paper provided a short description of current pathways for recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in Australia, and outlined key provisions and their rationale (including in relation to intellectual property matters) in the draft convention.
Submissions received by our department during the consultation period (other than hard copy submissions)
Report on the Operation of the War Crimes Act 1945 to 30 June 2017
This fact sheet provides a list of ‘transfer countries’ under the International Transfer of Prisoners Scheme.
On 27 June 2011, Philip Morris Asia served Australia with a written notification of claim pursuant to Article 10 of the Hong Kong Agreement.
On 21 November 2011, Australia received a formal Notice of Arbitration from Philip Morris Asia.
Form D: Application for transfer to Australia – prisoner not on parole and not serving suspended sentence
Use this form if you are applying for transfer to Australia from another country and you are not on parole or serving a suspended part of a sentence.
Use this form if you are applying for transfer from Australia to another country and you are serving the suspended part of a sentence.
Use this form if you are applying for transfer to Australia from another country and you are serving the suspended part of a sentence.