30.05.2013

The Hon Mark Dreyfus QC MP: speech at the launch of ‘Access All Ages’

30 May 2013, Parliament House, Canberra. I would start by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which we meet, and pay my respects to their elders, past and present. And Rosalind probably acknowledged everyone here, so I won’t do that again, but I would generally acknowledge distinguished guests. I’m very pleased to be

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08.01.2013

ALRC in the media – 2013

The ALRC monitors the media for references to the Commission and its inquiries. This list for 2013 is not comprehensive.

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17.12.2012

Message from the President, December 2012

Download or listen to audio >> Transcript Hello. This is Rosalind Croucher. I’m the President of the Australian Law Reform Commission and, as it’s approaching the end of 2012, I wanted to give a short reflection on the year and to say ‘thanks’ to a lot of people who have played such an important role

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12.12.2012

Two part-time Commissioners appointed to the ALRC

The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) welcomes the appointment by the Federal Attorney-General, the Hon Nicola Roxon, of Justice Middleton and Justice Perram as part-time Commissioners for a period of three years. ALRC President Professor Rosalind Croucher stated, “We are delighted to welcome Justice Middleton and Justice Perram to the ALRC, joining our current part-time

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27.11.2012

Podcast: ALRC intern interview – Max Bulinski

In August 2012 Max Bulinski, from the University of Michigan in the United States, joined the ALRC as a full-time intern. Max was the recipient of a Bates Fellowship, enabling him to work at the ALRC, in Sydney, for nearly 4 months. Max worked closely with the Copyright inquiry team and, in this interview, explains

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31.10.2012

Podcast: ALRC intern interview – Fritz Siregar

In August 2012 Fritz Sirega, from Indonesia, joined the ALRC as an intern. Fritz is a recipient of one of AusAID’s Australian Leadership Awards Scholarships.These scholarships are given to emerging leaders from developing countries who show great promise for giving their country a better future. As part of the scholarship, AusAID offers the scholars the opportunity to

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30.10.2012

Your Country Needs You! The Value of Academic Research to Law Reform

Professor Rosalind Croucher, President, Australian Law Reform Commission, at Griffith University, Faculty of Law, Emerging Scholars Colloquium, 31 October 2012.IntroductionThank you very much for inviting me to speak today. Professor AJ Brown is very persuasive! But, as I am an academic through and through, it is always a pleasure to be back on campus, and in a law school, so I

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22.10.2012

Podcast: ALRC intern interview – Hannah Ryan and Max Dalton

Hannah Ryan and Max Dalton joined the ALRC as part-time interns during Semester 2 2012. Hannah worked on the Age Barriers to Work inquiry, while Max worked mainly on Copyright and the Digital Economy. In this recording they describe their experiences. Transcript Sara Peel (SP): Hello. I’m Sara Peel, Senior Legal Officer at the Australian

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15.10.2012

Annual Report 2011-2012 (ALRC Report 119)

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09.10.2012

Social media and law reform

Presentation given by ALRC Communications Manager, Marie-Claire Muir, to the Federation of Law Reform Agencies of Canada (FOLRAC) in Alberta, via Skype on 2 October 2012.Social Media and Law Reform on Prezi[Using Prezi: To start the Prezi, click the play/triangle button, then continue to click through or use the autoplay option (under “More”). Alternatively, click

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