Financial Services Legislation eNews | December 2020
The ALRC has set out the approach to be taken for the Financial Services Legislation multi-year inquiry. The scope briefly outlines the structure of the inquiry, a preliminary analysis of existing problems and intended inquiry outcomes, and a description of some of the key topics to be addressed in the course of the inquiry.Read more
Judicial Impartiality eNews | December 2021
The first background paper for the review into judicial impartiality has now been released.
The law on judicial bias: A primer provides an introductory summary and overview of key aspects of the law on judicial bias as it relates to the Australian federal judiciary.
ALRC InBrief | November 2020
The Future of Law Reform Update
Regulation expert joins the Financial Services Inquiry
Inquiry Process Evolves
Corporate Criminal Responsibility Articles
ALRC InBrief | September 2020
New Inquiries Announced
Corporate Criminal Responsibility – Final Report Released
Corporate Criminal Responsibility Podcast Series
Future of Law Reform Webinar Recordings
Corporate Crime eNews
The Australian Law Reform Commission report, Corporate Criminal Responsibility (Report 136, 2020), was tabled in Parliament today by the Attorney-General, the Hon Christian Porter MP.Read more
ALRC InBrief | June 2020
What are the most pressing areas for law reform in Australia today?
Join expert panels including judges, legal scholars and industry leaders in a series of online conversations to unpack some of the key areas identified by the ALRC, including: defamation, automated decision making, legal structures for social enterprises and press freedom. View the ALRC Report: The Future of Law Reform: A Suggested Program of Work 2020-25.
Religious Exemptions Inquiry Update
Amended Timeframe for Reporting
The Attorney-General has amended the Australian Law Reform Commission’s reporting deadline for the review into Religious Exemptions in Anti-discrimination Legislation to be 12 months from the date the Religious Discrimination Bill is passed by Parliament.
Litigation Funding Inquiry – Enews Issue 1 – Welcome to the Inquiry
Welcome to the InquiryOn 11 December the Attorney-General provided Terms of Reference to the ALRC for an Inquiry into class actions and third party litigation funders.The aim of the inquiry is to ensure that the costs of class actions are ‘appropriate and proportionate and that the interests of plaintiffs and class members are protected’. The …Read more
ALRC InBrief | January 2018
The ALRC Brief covers general news from the Commission, including updates on current inquiries, implementation of past reports, job vacancies and the ALRC intern program. The ALRC Brief is emailed to subscribers three to four times a year. Subscribe to the ALRC Brief A message from incoming ALRC President, the Hon. Justice S C Derrington I am both honoured and privileged to …Read more
Family Law System | Enews Issue 2 | Tell us your story
View in original format.Tell us your story about the family law systemAs soon as the Review of the Family Law System was announced, the ALRC started receiving calls and emails from people keen to share their experiences of the family law system with us, in the hope their stories will illuminate some of the problems …Read more