Webinar replay - Russell Kennedy Government CPD Day 2023 - Session 3: Practical decision making and reason writing

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On Friday 24 March 2023, Russell Kennedy hosted Session 3: Practical decision making and reason writing. This session is worth 1 CPD Point in Substantive law.

This session was aimed at all government lawyers and investigators.

Kylie Walsh, Principal and Michael Tsiavlis, Senior Associate, will take you through their practical tips for ensuring that decisions are made lawfully and that written reasons are adequate. This session will focus on best practices in administrative decision making including the importance of giving written reasons, record keeping, making findings of fact and how to explain the decision-maker’s reasoning process when giving reasons.

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