Dr Stephen Tully

Telephone

(02) 9236 8610

Email

stully@stjames.net.au

About

Dr. Stephen Tully joined the NSW Bar in 2014. He has a broad public and private law practice.

Dr. Tully's CV is available here.

Background

Dr. Tully was previously a solicitor with the Migration and Refugee Tribunal, a Commonwealth tribunal practising administrative and immigration law.

He became an Accredited Specialist in Government and Administrative Law in 2011.

Stephen is a member of the General Criminal Law Panel for the New South Wales Legal Aid Commission (appointed without conditions 2016) and the Junior Counsel Panel for the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (appointed 2017).

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy (London School of Economics)

Master of Laws (Kings College London)

Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws (University of New South Wales)

Areas of Practice

Administrative

Civil & Human Rights

Commercial

Criminal Law

Equity

Disciplinary Proceedings

Employment

Environmental

Extradition

Family Law

Inquests

Inquiries & Statutory Tribunals

International Law

Migration & Refugee Law

Succession

Publications

Dr. Tully is the section editor on Immigration and International Aspects for the Australian Journal of Administrative Law.

"Challenging awards before national courts for a denial of natural justice: lessons from Australia" (2016) Arbitration International, 0, 1-22

A Review of Administrative Law Cases from 2014

Citizen Deleted (2015) 33 AYBIL 131-62

Continuing Legal Education Paper for Benchmark TV, "Treaty Interpretation: Rules and Methods" (February 2017)

Letter to JSCOT re: extradition arrangements (March 2016)

Free Trade Agreements With The United States: 8 Lessons For Prospective Parties From Australia’s Experience (2016) 5 Br. J. Am. Leg. Studies 395-418

Fast track decision-making by the Immigration Assessment Authority: the State of Play, Legalwise Administrative Law Seminar, 2017

Presentation

Legislative Materials

Other publications include regular casenotes for Administrative Law Decisions and the Australian Law Reports.