Organisation

Australian Law Reform Commission

Acronym
ALRC
Owning Institution

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Annual Report

15 Oct 2015

The Australian Law Reform Commission's annual report for the period 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015.

Report

3 Aug 2015

Provides an extensive survey of current Commonwealth laws that limit traditional rights, freedoms and privileges, considers how such laws may be justified, and seeks feedback from the public.

Overview

This is the 2nd consultation document for this Inquiry. The ALRC was asked...

Report

4 Jun 2015

This report marks the first major review of the law governing ‘connection’ in native title claims since the introduction of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth). It also examines authorisation of persons bringing claims and joinder of parties to a native title claim. This report...

Discussion paper

10 Dec 2014

The Attorney-General, Senator the Hon George Brandis QC, has asked the Australian Law Reform Commission to review Commonwealth legislation to identify provisions that unreasonably encroach upon traditional rights, freedoms and privileges.

The Australian Law Reform Commission was asked to identify and critically examine Commonwealth...

Discussion paper

23 Oct 2014

This Discussion Paper is the second consultation document in the ALRC's review of the Native Title Act .

This Inquiry into the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) focuses on the legal requirements for recognising native title rights and interests and proving connection; the nature...

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Transcript

15 Jun 2016

Elder abuse is a growing problem. The population is ageing in Australia so much so that it’s predicted that by 2040 those aged 65 years and over will be 21% of the population and those over 85 will be up to 5% of the population...

Discussion paper

15 Jun 2016

On 23 February 2016, the Attorney-General of Australia, Senator the Hon. George Brandis QC, asked the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) to consider existing Commonwealth laws and frameworks that seek to safeguard and protect older persons from misuse or abuse by formal and informal carers,...

Report

2 Mar 2016

The ALRC was asked to identify and critically examine Commonwealth laws that encroach upon traditional rights, freedoms and privileges recognised by the common law. In this Report, the ALRC discusses the source and rationale of many important rights and freedoms and provides an extensive survey...

Annual Report

15 Oct 2015

The Australian Law Reform Commission's annual report for the period 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015.

Report

3 Aug 2015

Provides an extensive survey of current Commonwealth laws that limit traditional rights, freedoms and privileges, considers how such laws may be justified, and seeks feedback from the public.

Overview

This is the 2nd consultation document for this Inquiry. The ALRC was asked...

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