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Annual Report released for Administrative Law and Human Rights Section

Annual Report released for Administrative Law and Human Rights Section

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The Law Institute of Victoria has released its annual report for the Administrative Law and Human Rights Section.

The Executive Committee promotes the work and issues of the ALHR Section, by addressing overarching and systemic administrative,  constitutional and human rights issues impacting on our members and the community. The section plays an important role in making recommendations to state and federal legal communities to uphold the rule of law and protect administrative review.

The ALHR section has had a busy year in 2019, having completed 18 submissions, letters and memoranda to relevant key stakeholders addressing the issues impacting on our sub-committees. The ALHR section has also hosted a number of CPD events and information sessions promoting the work of the section and membership engagement.

Read the full annual report here.

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Administrative Law and Human Rights Section
alhr@liv.asn.au
9607 9338

 


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