Artificial Intelligence in Victoria’s Courts and Tribunals

Project Status:

Terms of reference received

Start Date:


Tabled in Parliament Date:



Artificial intelligence (AI) tools are rapidly evolving, with their application increasing across society. There is potential for the use of AI in Victoria’s courts and tribunals to improve user experiences and generate efficiencies. The use of AI tools carries both risks and opportunities for fairness, accountability, transparency and privacy as well as improvements to accessibility.

The Victorian Law Reform Commission has been asked to make recommendations on legislative reform opportunities and principles to guide the safe use of AI in Victoria’s courts and tribunals.

View the terms of reference from the link below.

The Commission will now prepare a consultation paper to guide community discussion about potential reform. The consultation paper will be published online and will tell you how you can have your say on these reforms.

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Project Stage

  • Terms of reference received
  • Submissions and consultations
  • Submissions closed
  • Final Report
  • Tabled in parliament