The enactment of the Invalid and Old Age Pensions Act 1908 (Cth) ('IOPA') inaugurated welfare in Australia. But what came before it?
How, and in what legal contexts, have robodebts been defined?
What is this tool and why does the DSS use it to calculate debts? Is it legitimate or potentially unlawful?
In what circumstances can and should the AAT refer questions of law to the Federal Court of Australia under s 45 of AAT Act?
Could Modern Monetary Theory reframe welfare and welfare law in Australia?
Is quantative analysis of social security decisions in the AAT possible — or useful?
What if a robodebt potentially subject to a refund under the terms of the yet-to-be-FCA-approved class action settlement has been waived?
To be successful, applications for extensions of time to appeal to the AAT2 require good reasons
Welcome to Welfare Law in Australia (WLA), a blog by me, Chris Rudge, a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for Law and Genetics at the…