Australian Law Reform Commission Library (ALRC)

Australian Law Reform Commission Library (ALRC)


The Australian Law Reform Commission was established in 1973 for the purpose of promoting the review, modernization, and simplification of Australian law. The ALRC addresses the adoption of new or more effective methods for the administration of law and the dispensation of justice, while ensuring that its proposals do not violate personal rights or liberties. This collection contains commission reports and research papers on various subjects from the early days of the ALRC to current.


Titles:651
Volumes:907
Pages:134,440
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