Dr Grant Hooper

BEc LLB (Hons) (Macquarie) LLM (Sydney) PhD (UNSW)
Lecturer in Law

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 8627 5900
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

Website Papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Biographical details

Grant has two decades of experience as a solicitor. He worked at Phillps Fox Lawyers, which evolved and grew to become part of the international law firm DLA Piper. Grant was the co-managing partner of the Sydney Australian Government team when he left to undertake his PhD thesis in administrative law. Grant’s thesis was titled Parliament v The High Court? Natural justice, codification and the Australian Migration Act. Grant taught at the University of New South Wales, Macquarie University and Western Sydney University before joining the University of Sydney Law School.

Research interests

  • Administrative Law
  • Migration Law
  • Public Law
  • Tort Law

Teaching and supervision

  • Administrative Law
  • Public Law

Associations

  • Admitted as a Solicitor of the NSW Supreme Court, 1993
  • Entered in the High Court Registry of Practitioners, 1993
  • Australian Association of Constitutional Law
  • Australian Institute of Administrative Law
  • Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law
  • Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, Emerging Scholars Network

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Hooper, G. (2017). Judicial Review and Proportionality: Making a Far-Reaching Difference to Administrative Law in Australia or a Misplaced and Injudicious Search for Administrative Justice? AIAL Forum, 88, 29-47.
  • Hooper, G. (2016). The Magna Carta to Bentham to Modern Judicial Review. AIAL Forum, 84, 22-44.
  • Hooper, G. (2015). The Rise of Judicial Power in Australia: Is There Now A Culture of Justification? Monash University Law Review, 41(1), 102-135.

Conferences

  • Hooper, G. (2016). Judicial Review and Proportionality: Making a far-reaching difference to Administrative Law in Australia or a Misplaced and Injudicious Search for Administrative Justice? Australian Institute of Administrative Law (AIAL) National Administrative Law Conference 2016: Administrative Law - Making a Difference: Improving public administration and providing administrative justice, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • Hooper, G. (2016). The Rule of Law and Increased Judicial Power in Australia. Postgraduate Workshop in Public Law 2014: Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Kensington, NSW: Presentation.
  • Hooper, G. (2015). From the Magna Carta to Bentham to modern Australian judicial review: themes of practicality and spirituality. Australian Institute of Administrative Law (AIAL) National Administrative Law Conference 2015: Administrative Law - Challenges of a New Age: Balancing fairness with efficiency and national security, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Hooper, G. (2010). Negligence: No one's fault. Insurance & Risk Professional.
  • Hooper, G. (2009). Line of Cover. Insurance & Risk Professional.

Other

  • Hooper, G. (2016), Insurance - Broad coverage? Financial Services Errors & Omissions Policy. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016), Negligence - Address the Evidence. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016), Public Interest Immunity Available in the AAT - Principle of Legality. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016), The High Court Today: Border Protection v Refugee Rights. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016), The Rise of Judicial Power in Australia. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2015), Themes of Practicality and Spirituality. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), Australian High Court Renewed Activism. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), Insurance Lawyers - High Court on s 54!!!!. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), Insurers Beware - S 54 application is broad. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), Occupiers' Liability - The Obvious Risk Defence. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), People Smuggling a Serious Threat to National Security - Trumping Individual Rights?. [More Information]

2017

  • Hooper, G. (2017). Judicial Review and Proportionality: Making a Far-Reaching Difference to Administrative Law in Australia or a Misplaced and Injudicious Search for Administrative Justice? AIAL Forum, 88, 29-47.

2016

  • Hooper, G. (2016), Insurance - Broad coverage? Financial Services Errors & Omissions Policy. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016). Judicial Review and Proportionality: Making a far-reaching difference to Administrative Law in Australia or a Misplaced and Injudicious Search for Administrative Justice? Australian Institute of Administrative Law (AIAL) National Administrative Law Conference 2016: Administrative Law - Making a Difference: Improving public administration and providing administrative justice, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • Hooper, G. (2016), Negligence - Address the Evidence. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016), Public Interest Immunity Available in the AAT - Principle of Legality. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016), The High Court Today: Border Protection v Refugee Rights. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016). The Magna Carta to Bentham to Modern Judicial Review. AIAL Forum, 84, 22-44.
  • Hooper, G. (2016), The Rise of Judicial Power in Australia. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2016). The Rule of Law and Increased Judicial Power in Australia. Postgraduate Workshop in Public Law 2014: Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Kensington, NSW: Presentation.

2015

  • Hooper, G. (2015). From the Magna Carta to Bentham to modern Australian judicial review: themes of practicality and spirituality. Australian Institute of Administrative Law (AIAL) National Administrative Law Conference 2015: Administrative Law - Challenges of a New Age: Balancing fairness with efficiency and national security, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.
  • Hooper, G. (2015). The Rise of Judicial Power in Australia: Is There Now A Culture of Justification? Monash University Law Review, 41(1), 102-135.
  • Hooper, G. (2015), Themes of Practicality and Spirituality. [More Information]

2014

  • Hooper, G. (2014), Australian High Court Renewed Activism. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), Insurance Lawyers - High Court on s 54!!!!. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), Insurers Beware - S 54 application is broad. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), Occupiers' Liability - The Obvious Risk Defence. [More Information]
  • Hooper, G. (2014), People Smuggling a Serious Threat to National Security - Trumping Individual Rights?. [More Information]

2010

  • Hooper, G. (2010). Negligence: No one's fault. Insurance & Risk Professional.

2009

  • Hooper, G. (2009). Line of Cover. Insurance & Risk Professional.

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