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Sue Tongue specialises in public law and dispute resolution. She is widely regarded as expert in migration matters.
Sue was the first CEO of the Migration Review Tribunal and the last CEO of the Immigration Review Tribunal. From 2001 she taught migration law at ANU and also undertook consultancies on improving government decision-making and administration.
Sue has seen federal law in operation from many angles through varied roles as a High Court Associate, adviser to the federal Attorney-General, UN lawyer, SES officer, tribunal member, teacher, consultant and solicitor.
Sue is a member of the Administrative Review Council and the author of a number of titles on migration and refugee law.
Areas of expertise include:
Sue is a current member of the Administrative Review Council, and a former member of federal and territory tribunals. Sue has conducted administrative investigations and has advised a range Commonwealth agencies on administrative decision-making. She has also advised on administrative review processes and conducted training in several agencies. Sue has further specialist experience as a former legal advisor to the Senate Scrutiny of Bills Committee.
Sue is one of Minter Ellison's most experienced migration law advisors. She was the first CEO of the Migration Review Tribunal and the last CEO of the Immigration Review Tribunal. Sue has worked as a consultant to Commonwealth agencies on improving decision-making and administration, and has lectured in migration law at ANU. She has also published chapters, articles and papers on migration law.