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What goes where? A comparative discussion of the legislative puzzle
On Tuesday 24 May 2022, the Australian Law Reform Commission hosted a webinar featuring a panel of international experts to compare and discuss the approach of regulatory design in different jurisdictions.
- The Hon Justice Colvin, Part-time Commissioner, Australian Law Reform Commission and Judge, Federal Court of Australia
- Professor Julia Black CBE, Strategic Director of Innovation and Professor of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Ross Carter, Parliamentary Counsel, New Zealand Parliamentary Counsel Office
- Professor Hans Tjio, CJ Koh Professor and Director, EW Barker Centre for Law & Business, National University of Singapore
- Professor Wai Yee Wan, Associate Dean (Research and Internationalisation) and Professor, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong
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What we’ve heard and where to next
Feedback on Interim Report A of the Financial Services Legislation Inquiry.
Friday 17 June 2022 at 1.00pm AEST | 11.00am AWST (90 minutes duration)
Online or in-person at the Federal Court of Australia in Perth
Join us for a discussion of what we’ve heard and how the feedback received will shape the ALRC’s approach to the simplification of financial services and corporations laws.
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President and Commissioner awarded the Order of Australia
The ALRC congratulates the Honourable Justices Sarah Derrington and John Middleton on their appointment to the Order of Australia, recognised in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
On behalf of the entire team at the ALRC, General Counsel, Mr Matt Corrigan warmly congratulates Justices Derrington and Middleton:
“It is an honour to work with a leadership team that continues to excel in legal scholarship, while also providing exemplary stewardship for the ALRC as it strives to improve Australia’s laws.”
ALRC talks with practitioners at the 2022 LCA’s Corporations Law Workshop
How to simplify the Corporations Act and financial services laws was the focus of the ALRC’s presentation to the Law Council of Australia’s 2022 Corporations Law. The workshop was held in Katoomba, NSW on the 3-5 June 2022.
Seize the data!
The ALRC continues to collect, collate and analyse data in relation to corporations and financial services legislation in Australia. Data sets on the history of the Corporations Act and related Acts are available for download in editable excel format.
View data on the growing number of definitions and obligations in the Corporations Act.
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Quality of Advice Review – impact on the ALRC’s Financial Services Legislation Inquiry
The ALRC looks forward to the final report of the Quality of Advice Review, and will have regard to its outcomes and recommendations in making any recommendations of its own in relation to financial advice law.
Crypto assets and the challenges for regulatory design
ALRC Special Counsel Dr Andrew Godwin has been published in the latest issue of TechREG Chronicle. The article discusses the challenges for regulatory design in the area of crypto assets.