High Court of Australia

Part of the Attorney-General portfolio and a Federal authority

In 1901 the High Court of Australia was established by section 71 of the Constitution and, to the extent that legislative provision was necessary, was given the power to administer its own affairs by the High Court of Australia Act 1979, which was proclaimed on 21 April 1980. The Constitution confers both an appellate and an original jurisdiction upon the High Court. Appeals from the Supreme Courts of the States and Territories, from the Federal Court of Australia and from the Family Court of Australia are heard pursuant to special leave to appeal. The High Court is also the final arbiter upon constitutional questions.

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Dear Mr Smith, In relation to your freedom of information request of 8 August 2017, I have searched the records of the Court and spoken to each of ou...

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