Australian Law Reform Commission

Level 40, Mlc Tower, 19 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000
Postal Address
GPO Box 3708, Sydney NSW 2001
(02) 8238 6333
(02) 8238 6363

The Australian Law Reform Commission is an independent statutory authority whose function is to provide effective, independent and timely advice to the Attorney-General and Parliament. The Commission conducts inquiries into, and reviews of, specific areas of the law and legal practice referred to it by the federal Attorney-General. In conducting an inquiry, the Commission undertakes comprehensive, quality research, engages in wide-spread consultation, and canvasses policy reform options. The Commission then makes recommendations for reform and reports to the Federal Parliament through the Attorney-General.


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