Organisation

Tasmania Law Reform Institute

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TLRI
Report

Sexual orientation and gender identity conversion practices

In the course of preparing this report, the Tasmania Law Reform Institute received and accepted evidence that conversion practices are happening in Tasmania. The report authors assert that they have caused severe harm to people subjected to them, and that they are a continuing risk...
Report

Raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility: law reform considerations

This advisory report considers the legal implications of raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility in Tasmania from its present statutory prescription of 10 years old (with a 14-year-old presumption of criminal incapacity).
Discussion paper

Sexual orientation and gender identity conversion practices: issues paper

The Tasmania Law Reform Institute is seeking public feedback on possible reforms to Tasmanian law to respond to sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) conversion practices. This issues paper forms the basis for consultation.
Report

Legal recognition of sex and gender: final report

This report discusses amendments to the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1999 (Tas) and other matters relating to the legal recognition of sex and gender in Tasmania.
Report

Review of the Judicial Review Act 2000 (Tas)

This document discusses the Judicial Review Act 2000 (Tas) (JRA) and examines whether there is a need to reform the ACT. This report also identifies the limitations which the courts have placed on the scope of judicial review, considers whether those limitations are justified and...