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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The Australian Law Reform Commission is an independent Australian Government agency that provides recommendations for law reform to Government on issues referred to it by the Attorney-General of Australia.

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Devilish Detail of Financial Services Laws: ALRC launches journal issue

On Tuesday 20 July 2021, the Australian Law Reform Commission, in partnership with Melbourne Law School, hosted a webinar to launch the Company and Securities Law Journal ...

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Impartiality from both sides of the Bench

On Monday 19 July 2021, the Australian Law Reform Commission co-hosted a seminar with Wolters Kluwer to explore different viewpoints on judicial impartiality. Attendees were ...

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Judicial Impartiality Q&A: Exploring Viewpoints

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Initial Stakeholder Views (FSL1)

Background Paper now online

Judicial Impartiality Consultation Paper

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The Devilish Detail of Financial Services Laws

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Corporate Criminal Responsibility

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A Pathway for Justice

Indigenous Incarceration