Judicial Impartiality Inquiry

An inquiry into the legal framework for managing the risk of judicial bias.

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Financial Services Legislation Inquiry

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

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Religious Exemptions Inquiry

An inquiry into the framework of religious exemptions in anti-discrimination legislation.

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Past Inquiries

Corporate Criminal Responsibility (2020)
Where next for law reform? (2019)
Family Law (2019)
Litigation Funding (2018)
Pathways to Justice (2017)
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Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper Released

Today the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) released a Consultation Paper for the review of Judicial Impartiality, and is calling for submissions on its questions and ...

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Indigenous incarceration: ALRC recommendations endorsed

The New South Wales Select Committee on the high level of First Nations People in custody and oversight and review of deaths in custody (the ‘Committee’) has called on the ...

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Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper

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The Fair-Minded Observer and its Critics (JI7)

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Cognitive and Social Biases in Judicial Decision-Making (JI6)

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Corporate Criminal Responsibility

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A Pathway for Justice

Indigenous Incarceration