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Classification e-news | First-round submissions due 15 July!

Issue 4 | 5 July 2011   View original format Reminder – submissions due COB 15 July! To date the ALRC has received over 70 public submissions in response to the Issues Paper we released in May, and most of these can be viewed on the ALRC website. We remind everyone who has not yet

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Family violence & Commonwealth laws e-news | Issue 6

Issue 6 | 29 June 2011   View original formatThe month in summary Thank you to everyone who made submissions to our four Issues Papers throughout April—and beyond! We received 81 in total. Non-confidential submissions are published on our website and are available to the public. View submissions >>On 30-31 May, two members of the

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Discovery e-news | Final Issue

Issue 9 | May 2011 View original format Final Report – now available! Managing Discovery: Discovery of Documents in Federal Courts (ALRC Report 115) was tabled today in federal Parliament, and is now available on the ALRC website. You can view it in HTML, download it as a PDF, or purchase the report in book

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Classification e-news | Release of Issues Paper

Issue 3 | 20 May 2011   View original format National Classification Scheme Review – Issues Paper now released The ALRC has now released an Issues Paper to help frame discussion and public consultation for the National Classification Scheme Review. The Issues Paper provides an overview of the current classification system and outlines its strengths

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Discovery e-news | Issue 8

Issue 8 | April 2011   View original format Report completed! This is the penultimate e-newsletter for the discovery inquiry—to let you know that the report has now been given to the Attorney-General, on time, on the 31 March. The final e-newsletter will be to let you know that the report has been tabled, and

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Classification e-news | Issue 1

Issue 1 | 8 April 2011   View original format Welcome to the Inquiry Welcome to the first e-newsletter for the Censorship and Classification Inquiry. We will use this e-newsletter as a way to keep stakeholders, including the community and industry, informed about the progress of the Inquiry and to seek input on an ongoing

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Family violence & Commonwealth laws e-news | Issue 5

Issue 5 | 15 March 2011   View original format3rd Issues Paper released: Family Violence—Child support and family assistanceClosing date for submissions to this Issues Paper is 21 April 2011. This Issues Paper deals with the treatment of family violence in child support and family assistance laws, and questions how laws and practices can be

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Family violence & Commonwealth laws e-news | Issue 4

Issue 4 | 1 March 2011   View original format2nd issues paper released: Family Violence—Immigration LawClosing date for submissions to this Issues Paper is 12 April 2011. With respect to migrants, Family Violence and Commonwealth Laws—Immigration Law (IP 37) considers the ‘family violence exception’ in the Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth) that works to ensure that

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Family violence & Commonwealth laws e-news | Issue 3

Issue 3 | February 2011   View original formatInquiry update As prefaced in last month’s newsletter, the ALRC is releasing a series of four Issues Papers covering the treatment of family violence in four key areas:employment and superannuation lawchild support and family assistance lawimmigration law, andsocial security lawThese Issues Papers are intended to encourage informed community

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The ALRC Brief covers general news from the Commission, including updates on current inquiries, implementation of past reports, job vacancies and the ALRC intern program. The ALRC Brief will be emailed to subscribers three to four times a year.View all editions of the ALRC Brief published to date.Subscribe to the ALRC Brief

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