Acting Senior Legal Officer
Phoebe joined the ALRC in February 2019 as Research Associate and Associate to the Hon Justice Sarah Derrington, President of the ALRC. Phoebe was appointed a Legal Officer in February 2020.
During her time at the ALRC, Phoebe has contributed to the following Inquiries:
- Family Law
- Religious Exemptions to Anti-discrimination Law
- Corporate Criminal Responsibility
- The Future of Law Reform
- Financial Services Regulation
Phoebe joined the ALRC shortly after completing her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (Hons I) at Monash University in 2018. Before joining the ALRC, Phoebe volunteered with two community legal centres and was involved in community engagement and advocacy work with a youth-led NGO.
On Tuesday 20 July 2021, the Australian Law Reform Commission, in partnership with Melbourne Law School, hosted a webinar to launch the Company and Securities Law Journal Special Issue: Financial Services Laws – Understanding the Devil in the Detail.Read more
ALRC report calls for greater creativity and flexibility in corporate sentencing.Read more
In this podcast series you will hear from several members of the Australian Law Reform Commission team discussing key issues raised in the Corporate Criminal Responsibility Final Report.
Each of the short interviews will unpack the current landscape and the final recommendations made by the ALRC.
In December 2019 Principal Legal Officer Micheil Paton and Legal Officer Phoebe Tapley were published in the Griffith Journal of Law and Human Dignity analysing aspects of the ALRC’s Family Law Inquiry report through the lens of “human dignity”. This paper reviews the approach taken by the Australian Law Reform Commission in its recent family …Read more
When sentencing an offender key objectives include: denouncing the conduct of the offender; ensuring that the offender is punished justly for the offence; deterring the offender and others from committing the same or similar offences; promoting the rehabilitation of the offender; protecting the community by limiting the capacity of the offender to re-offend; and promoting …Read more
As part of the ALRC’s Where next for law reform? project the ALRC is encouraging Australians to think big. Arguably the most significant law reform initiative would be to revise the constitution. We have prepared a short paper to start the conversation.Read more