Plaintiff M79/2012 v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship

Megan Driscoll, ‘The Misnomer of ‘Temporary Safe Haven’: Granting Visas ‘In the Public Interest’ as a Tool to Limit Asylum Seekers’ Access to Australia’s Protection: Plaintiff M79/2012 v Commonwealth’ (1 November 2013).

High Court Judgment [2013] HCA 24 29 May 2013
Result Q1: Plaintiff’s temporary safe haven visa validly granted.
Q2: Plaintiff’s application for a protection visa invalid.
High Court Documents Plaintiff M79/2012
Full Court Hearings [2013] HCATrans 7  8 February 2013
Leave Hearings [2012] HCATrans 271 30 October 2012
[2012] HCATrans 234 27 September 2012
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About Martin Clark

Martin Clark is a PhD Candidate and Judge Dame Rosalyn Higgins Scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Research Fellow at Melbourne Law School. He holds honours degrees in law, history and philosophy from the University of Melbourne, and an MPhil in Law from MLS. While at MLS, he worked as a researcher for several senior faculty members, was a 2012 Editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, tutor at MLS and various colleges, a Jessie Legatt Scholar, and attended the Center for Transnational Legal Studies Program.