ALRC Contributor

Matt Corrigan

General Counsel

Matt joined the ALRC in July 2016 as a Principal Legal Officer. He was promoted to General Counsel in October 2018. In this role, Matt supports the President and Commissioners by managing the ALRC’s corporate governance functions and leading a team of lawyers and researchers.

At the ALRC, Matt has worked on the following Inquiries:

Prior to joining the ALRC, Matt had a diverse legal career working for the Australian Government, private law firms, the Parliament of Australia, the United Nations, international NGOs, and as an independent consultant. Matt has worked in Bangladesh, Myanmar and South Sudan. Matt holds a Master of Laws with Merit from ANU and Bachelor degrees with Honours in both Law and Arts.


What Role for Law Reform Commissions

On 22 March 2017 Matt Corrigan presented “What Role for Law Reform Commissions” at the ANU Law Reform Course.

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The Elder Abuse Discussion Paper proposals

On 2 February 2017, Matt Corrigan with Sabina Wynn presented ‘The Elder Abuse Discussion Paper proposals’ to the Independent Agencies for Older Australians (IAFOA).

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