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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Judicial Impartiality Inquiry

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

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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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The Design of Everyday Law

In this article the ALRC considers how principles of ‘human-centred design’ could be used to improve the ‘user experience’ of Australia’s legislation — and increase the ...

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New ALRC Inquiry: Religious Educational Institutions and Anti-Discrimination Laws

The Australian Law Reform Commission has today received Terms of Reference from the Attorney-General of Australia, the Hon Mark Dreyfus KC MP, to consider reforms to the way ...

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Financial Services Legislation Interim Report B out now

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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 

Without Fear or Favour

Corporate Criminal Responsibility

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