Final reports

For each project, the Commission publishes a final report, which is submitted to government and subsequently tabled in the Victorian Parliament.

This page lists reports produced by the Commission since it commenced operations in 2001.

Reports that were produced by an earlier body, the Law Reform Commission of Victoria, are not on this website. You can access those reports (1985-1992) on the austlii website.

Feb 2006

Evidence

In 2004, the Commission received terms of reference to review Victoria’s evidence law, with the aim of introducing uniformity with the law that applied in all federal courts and in some other...
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Oct 2005

Workplace Privacy

In March 2002 the Commission was asked to examine two major issues of public concern in relation to privacy: workplace privacy and privacy in public places. In the first stage, the Commission...
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Nov 2004

Defences to Homicide

In 2001 the Commission was asked to review the law on defences to homicide. The review concerned how differences in culpability for killings should be taken into account in Victorian law. The...
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Aug 2004

Sexual Offences

In 2001, the Commission was asked to consider ways the system could become more responsive to sexual offence complainants to encourage more people to report offences to police and see the case...
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Nov 2003

Intellectual Disabilities

In 2001, the Commission was asked to review and recommend changes to the existing provisions for the compulsory treatment and care of persons with an intellectual disability who are at risk to...
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