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.

Oct 2005

Workplace Privacy

Long-held assumptions about privacy have been challenged recently by the rapid advance of surveillance and monitoring technologies that can affect everybody in their working and public lives....
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Nov 2004

Defences to Homicide

How should the criminal law deal with the range of situations in which people kill others? How should their culpability be assesed when individual factors vary so greatly? These were the central...
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Aug 2004

Sexual Offences (2004 inquiry)

Although generally accepted as being among the most traumatic crimes for its victims, sexual offences are among the most under-reported. The prospect of a long, harrowing and adversarial trial...
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Nov 2003

Intellectual Disabilities

In 2001, the Vincent review, which looked into the operation of disability services, drew attention to serious issues in how people in care were restrained without their consent. The report asked for...
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Apr 2002

Disputes Between Co-owners

The laws applying to those who own property together (co-owners) affect many people, yet the complexity of the law makes it difficult and expensive to resolve disputes or to end their co-ownership.On...
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