Dr Chantal Marie-Jeanne Bostock
Senior Lecturer

Dr Chantal Marie-Jeanne Bostock

  • PhD (Law) - UNSW
  • LLM - University of Sydney
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice - University of Tasmania
  • BA/LLB - University of Tasmania 
  • Admitted to Supreme Court of England/Wales
  • Admitted to Federal Court/High Court of Australia
  • Admitted to Supreme Court of NSW
  • Admitted to Supreme Court of Tasmania  
  • NAATI-accredited professional translator - French/English
Law & Justice
Sch of Global&Public Law

I have worked in private practice in Sydney, specialising in migration/refugee law and as a senior lawyer at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (UK) and the Law Commission (UK). In addition, I have worked as a senior lawyer and Tribunal member at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Sydney. I currently sit as a lay member of the Medical Council of NSW.

Phone
9385 3283
Location
Law Faculty

Publications

  • Journal articles | 2018
    Bostock C, 2018, 'Expulsion: A comparative study of Australia and France', AIAL Forum, vol. 92, pp. 87 - 102
    Journal articles | 2011
    Bostock C, 2011, 'The Effect of Ministerial Directions on Tribunal Independence', Australian Journal of Administrative Law, vol. 18, pp. 161 - 171, http://legalonline.thomson.com.au/jour/resultDetailed.jsp?curRequestedHref=journals/AJADMINL/volumes/18&contentSourceHref=journals/AJADMINL/volumes/18/parts/3/articles/161/fulltext&tocType=fullText&hi
    Journal articles | 2010
    Bostock C, 2010, 'Procedural fairness and the AAT’s review of visa cancellation decisions on character grounds', Australian Journal of Administrative Law, vol. 17, pp. 77 - 91
    Journal articles | 2002
    Bostock CMJ, 2002, 'The international legal obligations owed to the asylum seekers on the MV Tampa', International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 14, pp. 279 - 301, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ijrl/14.2_and_3.279
    Journal articles | 2020
    Bostock C; Cabarrús J, 2020, 'Short Shrift to International Non-Refoulement Obligations? Australia’s Approach to Criminal Deportation', International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 32, pp. 597 - 622, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ijrl/eeab008
  • Conference Presentations | 2020
    Bostock C, 2020, 'Procedural fairness and migration decision-making at the AAT', presented at Law Council of Australia Immigration Law Conference, Melbourne, 05 March 2020 - 07 March 2020
    Conference Presentations | 2018
    Bostock C, 2018, 'Expulsion: A comparative study of Australia and France', presented at National Administrative Law Conference, 27 September 2018
    Conference Presentations | 2021
    Bostock C; Simmons F, 2021, 'Vulnerability and administrative decision-making', presented at Kerr’s Vision Splendid for Administrative Law: Still Fit for Purpose?, Australian Institute for Administrative Law and Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, 21 October 2021 - 22 October 2021
    Journal articles | 2020
    Bostock C; Cabarrús J, 2020, 'Short Shrift to International Non-Refoulement Obligations? Australia’s Approach to Criminal Deportation', International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 32, pp. 597 - 622, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ijrl/eeab008
    Journal articles | 2018
    Bostock C, 2018, 'Expulsion: A comparative study of Australia and France', AIAL Forum, vol. 92, pp. 87 - 102
    Journal articles | 2011
    Bostock C, 2011, 'The Effect of Ministerial Directions on Tribunal Independence', Australian Journal of Administrative Law, vol. 18, pp. 161 - 171, http://legalonline.thomson.com.au/jour/resultDetailed.jsp?curRequestedHref=journals/AJADMINL/volumes/18&contentSourceHref=journals/AJADMINL/volumes/18/parts/3/articles/161/fulltext&tocType=fullText&hi
    Journal articles | 2010
    Bostock C, 2010, 'Procedural fairness and the AAT’s review of visa cancellation decisions on character grounds', Australian Journal of Administrative Law, vol. 17, pp. 77 - 91
    Journal articles | 2002
    Bostock CMJ, 2002, 'The international legal obligations owed to the asylum seekers on the MV Tampa', International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 14, pp. 279 - 301, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ijrl/14.2_and_3.279

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My areas of interest are administrative law, including refugee and migration law

My PhD is entitled The Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Character Assessments for Non-Citizens.

My academic publications and oral presentations include the following:

  • “Expulsion: a comparative study of Australia and France” Delivered paper, National Administration Law Conference 2018.
  • “Expulsion: a comparative study of Australia and France” (2018) 92 AIAL Forum 87-102.
  • “The effect of ministerial directions on Tribunal independence” (2011) 18 Australian Journal of Administrative Law 161-171; (2011) 66 AIAL Forum 33-42.
  • “Procedural fairness and the AAT’s review of visa cancellation decisions on character grounds” (2010) 17 Australian Journal of Administrative Law 77-91.
  • “Tribunal independence”, Delivered paper, National Administration Law Conference 2010.
  • “Cancelling visas on character grounds: a fundamentally new direction has been made governing s 501 visa cancellations” (2009) 47(9) Law Society Journal 66-68.
  • "The challenge of migration to legal systems," WG Hart Workshop, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies: Delivered paper on the challenges of the proposed single tier immigration and asylum appeals system, comparing the UK and Australia 2004.
  • “The international legal obligations owed to the asylum seekers on board the Tampa” (2002) 14 (2 & 3) International Journal of Refugee Law 279-301.