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The Victorian Law Reform Commission is the central agency for law reform in Victoria. It is a statutory authority, established under the  Victorian Law Reform Commission Act 2000.  

The Victorian Law Reform Commission currently has nine part-time Commissioners and a Chairperson.

Each of the Commissioners works intensively on one or more projects in 'divisions' of the Commission. All Commissioners are involved in decision making about the recommendations in reports published by the Commission.

The Chairperson and part-time Commissioners are appointed by the Attorney-General for terms determined by the government.

The Commissioners are supported by staff who organise and undertake consultations, research, draft and publish the Commission’s publications.

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