Join our upcoming webinars
Thursday 27 January 2022, 6pm-7.30pm (AEDT)
This free webinar will examine the Twin Peaks model of financial regulation in Australia and internationally. The webinar will feature a panel of prominent speakers, including former Chairs of APRA and ASIC, who will talk about the evolution and impact of the Twin Peaks model in Australia and abroad.
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Thursday 10 February 2022, 5pm-6.30pm (AEDT)
Discover key insights about financial regulation and opportunities for simplification of the law – join a panel from the ALRC to delve deeper into the topics covered in the Financial Services Legislation Inquiry: Interim Report A.
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Listen to the ALRC’s twist on the Hokey Pokey
While many of us unplugged and relaxed over the festive season, members of the ALRC team used their downtime to pursue some creative works inspired by the ALRC’s Financial Services Legislation Inquiry.
Submissions invited in response to Interim Report A
Submissions open until 25 February 2022.
The Commission seeks feedback on 16 proposals and 8 questions in relation to reform of corporations and financial services legislation. The report contains 13 recommendations for reform, which the Government could begin implementing immediately.
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The ALRC’s Interim Report A – part of a three-year review of complexity in Commonwealth legislation regulating corporations and financial services – focuses in particular on the use and design of definitions in legislation.
Interim Report A contains recommendations, proposals, and questions in relation to the reform of corporations and financial services legislation.
|READ INTERIM REPORT A|
The ALRC Judicial Impartiality Final Report was submitted to the Attorney-General of Australia, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash on 6 December 2021.
We look forward to participating in public discussions on the recommendations in due course.
|READ MORE ABOUT THE INQUIRY|
The ALRC published a Consultation Paper containing questions and draft proposals for public comment. Seven background papers have also been released as part of its Review of Judicial Impartiality.
- The Law on Judicial Bias: A Primer (JI1)
- Recusal and Self-Disqualification (JI2)
- The Federal Judiciary – the Inquiry in Context (JI3)
- Conceptions of Judicial Impartiality in Theory and Practice (JI4)
- Ethics, Professional Development, and Accountability (JI5)
- Cognitive and Social Biases in Judicial Decision-Making (JI6)
- The Fair-Minded Observer and its Critics (JI7)