Copyright and the digital economy
Are exceptions and statutory licences in the Copyright Act 1968 adequate and appropriate in the digital environment? This is the focus of theCopyright Inquiry.
Age barriers to work
The ALRC is conducting an inquiry into legal barriers to mature age persons participating in the workforce—namely for people aged45 years and over ...
Legal internship program
The ALRC provides opportunities for interns to work alongside Commission members and legal staff.Find out how to apply.
About the ALRC
The Australian Law Reform Commission is a federal agency that reviews Australia’s laws to ensure they provide improved access to justice for all Australians by making laws and related processes more equitable, modern, fair and efficient. More about the ALRC.
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- Podcast: ALRC intern interview - Christopher Stackpoole, Penelope Swales and Kiri McEwan – 27 February 2013
- Copyright e-news | Issue 5 – 25 January 2013
- ALRC in the media - 2013 – 8 January 2013
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- Coalition members stop Senate Committee from removing silent number charge for victims of crime | Herald Sun - 21 May 2013
- Crime victims still paying for silent lines after Senate committee fails to stop telcos from charging | News.com.au - 21 May 2013
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