Financial Services Legislation Inquiry

An inquiry into the legislative framework for corporations and financial services regulation.

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Religious Educational Institutions and Anti-Discrimination Laws

An inquiry into the application of anti-discrimination legislation.

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ALRC DataHub

The ALRC DataHub offers insights into Australia’s statute book and reflects our commitment to identifying, analysing, and understanding complexity in legislation and across the Australian legal system.

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Past Inquiries

Judicial Impartiality (2021)
Corporate Criminal Responsibility (2020)
Where next for law reform? (2019)
Family Law (2019)
Litigation Funding (2018)
Pathways to Justice (2017)
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RECORDING Crypto Assets and Decentralised Autonomous Organisations Webinar

On 15 February 2023, the Australian Law Reform Commission, in association with the Corporate Law and Financial Regulation Research Program at Melbourne Law School, held a ...

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Corporations, Financial Services and Charities – Regulatory Complexity and Coherence

On 6 February 2023, Dr Andrew Godwin (Special Counsel and Team Leader at the Australian Law Reform Commission) presented a paper with Professor Rosemary Langford of Melbourne ...

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Financial Services Legislation Interim Report B

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Financial Services Legislation Interim Report A

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Financial Services Legislation Inquiry Background Papers

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Judicial Impartiality 

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Corporate Criminal Responsibility

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