In order to understand administrative law, it is important to understand the court processes involved in dealing with an administrative law matter. Administrative law matters are handled by the federal Administrative Appeals Tribunal as well as the Administrative Appeals Tribunals of the various states and territories. Decisions by the AAT may be appealed to the Federal Court or to the Federal Circuit Court, depending on the type of decision. Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court decisions can be appealed to the High Court of Australia, with special leave from the High Court.
The section of the site deals with the court processes associated with administrative law.