The Victorian Law Reform Commission is an independent, government-funded organisation that develops, reviews and recommends reform of Victoria's state laws. The Commission has a charter to consult with the community and advise the Attorney-General on how to improve and update Victorian laws.
Welcome to the Victorian Law Reform Commission
VLRC and VLF partner for Law Talks
The Victorian Law Reform Commission and the Victoria Law Foundation partnered with the State Library of Victoria to deliver Law Talks on 15 May, an event for students of Year 12 legal studies. Almost 200 students attended. Speakers included the Hon. Philip Cummins (above, with students of Craigieburn Secondary College); State Coroner, Judge Ian Gray; Juries Commissioner, Paul Dore; Director of the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria, Gina Ralston; and Albert Monichino QC. Find out more about what we offer to students and teachers.
The VLRC's current community law reform project reviews the laws relevant to photographing and filming tenants' possessions to advertise properties. Read the consultation paper and make a submission by 11 August.
Take our survey: Are you a tenant, a landlord or real estate agent with experience of this issue? Have your say by taking our quick survey about photographing and filming tenants' possessions.