The Australian Law Reform Commission is an independent federal agency that reviews Australia s laws and related processes to ensure they are more equitable, modern, fair and efficient to improve access to justice for all Australians.
What does ALRC stand for?
ALRC stands for Australian Law Reform Commission
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We have 28 other meanings of ALRC in our Acronym Attic
- Abortion Law Reform Association of New Zealand (Wellington)
- Annual Long Range Airlift Requirements (USAF)
- Agricultural Labor Relations Board
- Alberta Labour Relations Board (Canada)
- Army Lodging Review Board
- Airlift Logistics Readiness Center (USAF)
- Alberta Research Council
- Asian Legal Resource Centre (Kowloon, Hong Kong)
- Assisted Living and Residential Care
- Association of Land Rover Clubs (UK)
- André La Rose, Conseiller en Édition, Inc (Pontiac, QB, Canada)
- Advanced Launch and Recovery Control System
- Association for Land Reform and Development (Bangladesh)
- Artificial Lift Research and Development Council (Austin, TX)
- Aircraft Launch & Recovery Equipment
- Arizona Latino Research Enterprise (Phoenix, AZ)
- Association of Load Restraint Equipment Manufacturers (UK)
- Aircraft Launch & Recovery Equipment Maintenance Program
- Air Launched Report
- African Lowland Rice Evaluation and Screening Set
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The Australian Law Reform Commission is conducting a year-long review into the existing classification scheme in light of new developments in technology-especially in the online realm, and in media convergence.
A presentation on options for reform of s 223 by Dr Strelein at this forum was subsequently submitted on invitation for publication in a special Native Title-related edition of the Australian Law Reform Commission journal Reform.
In 1998, the Australian Law Reform Commission recommended similar changes to Australia's national laws to protect information considered confidential to Aboriginal traditions.
It was influenced by the discussion paper of the Australian Law Reform Commission / Administrative Review Council, which said As a general rule, government information should be accessible by the people because it belongs to the people.
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) welcomes the appointment by the Federal Attorney-General, the Hon Nicola Roxon, of Justice Middleton and Justice Perram as part-time Commissioners for a period of three years.