[BLML] WBF Disciplinary Commission, 21st and 22nd March in Dallas [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

Richard James HILLS richard.hills at immi.gov.au
Thu Apr 3 04:38:30 CEST 2014



WBF quoted Lord Goff of Chieveley, Regina v. Gough (1993):

".....Finally, for the avoidance of doubt, I prefer to state the test in
terms of real danger rather than real likelihood, to ensure that the
court is thinking in terms of possibility rather than probability of
bias. Accordingly, having ascertained the relevant circumstances,
the court should ask itself whether, having regard to those
circumstances, there was a real danger of bias on the part of the
relevant member of the tribunal in question, in the sense that he
might unfairly regard (or have unfairly regarded) with favour, or
disfavour, the case of a party to the issue under consideration by


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