- Yasmin v Attorney-General of the Commonwealth of Australia  FCAFC 145
- Hudson v Sigalla  FCAFC 140
- Vata-Meyer v Commomwealth of Australia  FCAFC 139
- National Tertiary Education Union v La Trobe University  FCAFC 142
- Brown v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  FCAFC 141
Delegable powers of the federal Attorney-General – referral of petition for mercy to state court
In Yasmin v Attorney-General of the Commonwealth of Australia  FCAFC 145 (21 October 2015) a Full Court concluded that the Attorney-General (Cth) was under a duty under the combined effect of s 68(1) of the Judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) and s 140 of the Sentencing Act 1995 (WA) to consider a request to refer a petition for mercy to the Court of Appeal in relation to a juvenile people smuggler. The Court also brought to the attention of the parties the provisions of s 17 of the Law Officers Act 1964 (Cth) that operated to allow the Attorney to delegate the power under s 140 of the Sentencing Act.