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NSW Law Reform Commission: an independent statutory law reform body. We're currently working on:
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NSWSentencingCouncil Oct 30
Our consultation paper on sentencing for homicide is now available: . Submissions are due on 7 February 2020
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ABC The Drum Oct 23
A final reminder that submissions are open until 18 November 2019. You can read the draft proposals here: .
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Scarlett Franks Oct 21
'The new law would recognise that "a person who 'freezes' out of fear and is unable to communicate does not consent", the commission said.' Plan unveiled to 'strengthen' sexual consent laws in NSW via
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Our Watch Oct 21
Consent. It must be mutual and ongoing. Welcome proposals from .
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Lisa Parker Oct 18
. has released Draft Proposals for its review of ‘Consent in relation to sexual offences’.
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NSW Law Reform Cmsn Oct 17
Just released - our Draft Proposals on in relation to sexual offences. Follow the link to have your say: . Submissions close Monday 18 November 2019
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NSWSentencingCouncil Sep 15
Seeking nominations for a Sentencing Council member with academic or research expertise or experience in a relevant area. Further details and how to apply: . Applications close 25 September 2019 at 11:59pm
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NSWSentencingCouncil Sep 10
Seeking nominations for a Sentencing Council member with expertise or experience in Aboriginal justice matters. Further details and how to apply: Applications close 24 September 2019 at 11:59pm.
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NSWSentencingCouncil Aug 20
The NSW government has announced an increased SNPP of 9 years for the bushfire lighting offence, in line with the recommendation in our fire offences report. Read the full report:
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NSW Law Reform Cmsn Jul 22
A warm welcome to our winter interns, Henry, Alex and Hwei-See! We offer winter internships to law students each year. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to see when applications open for 2020!
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NSW Law Reform Cmsn Jun 17
Today we're in Dubbo consulting with interested groups about consent in relation to sexual offences.
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NSW Law Reform Cmsn Jun 10
Congratulations to our Commissioners who were recognised in yesterday's honours list: Annabelle Bennett AC for eminent service to the law, the judiciary, higher education, and sports arbitration, and Carolyn Simpson AO for distinguished service to the law, and to the judiciary.
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VLRC May 9
A review of suppression orders is under way in NSW by via
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STEP Digital Assets May 12
Widow wins long battle for family photos | News | The Times
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NSW Law Reform Cmsn Apr 15
Just one week to go for law students to apply for a paid internship in our 2019 Winter Internship Program! Applications close 23 April 2019 at 11:59pm:
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NSW Law Reform Cmsn Apr 8
Calling all law students! Applications are open for paid internships in our 2019 Winter Internship Program. This is a fantastic opportunity to experience the law reform process. Applications close 23 April 2019 at 11:59pm:
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NSW Law Reform Cmsn Apr 1
Attention NSW lawyers! We want to hear about how you advise clients on managing their digital records and digital assets after they die or become incapacitated. Follow the link to complete our survey:
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NSWSentencingCouncil Mar 20
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our review of sentencing for murder and manslaughter. Click here to read the submissions:
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CID Mar 14
O’Neill @nswcid in the thick of the quest for supported decision making legislation, with , Cameron , Patterson ++
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Jonathon Hunyor Mar 4
With all the sound and fury about non-publication orders in criminal cases, this is more than timely: an Open Justice Review by the NSW Law Reform Commission. Preliminary submissions due 31 May.
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