Law Reform

The Law Reform Committee is a Joint Investigatory Committee of the Parliament of Victoria.

The Committee was established under the Parliamentary Committees Act 2003 and its members have been drawn from both the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council. In the 57th Parliament of Victoria, its members were appointed in the sitting week commencing Thursday 05 May 2011.

The Law Reform Committee has conducted many different Inquiries. To access the Committee's recent Inquiries and reports, please click here or the Inquiries menu item to the left.

Information on Inquiries conducted before 2002 can be accessed via the Committee's Archive.

For further details, contact the Committee Secretariat.

Law Reform Committee
Parliament House, Spring St,
East Melbourne, VIC 3002 Australia 
Phone: +61 3 8682 2851
Fax: +61 3 8682 2818


Latest News

Inquiry into access by donor-conceived people to information about donors: Final report tabled

On 28 March 2012, the Law Reform Committee tabled its report on the Inquiry into Access by Donor-Conceived People to Information about Donors. Find out more about the report or download a copy.

New Inquiry: Inquiry into Sexting

The Law Reform Committee received terms of reference for the Inquiry into Sexting on 1 September 2011. The terms of reference can be viewed or downloaded here. This inquiry has not yet commenced.

Latest Inquiries
Inquiry into Sexting
Inquiry into Access to and Interaction with the Justice System by People with an Intellectual Disability and Their Families and Carers
Inquiry into Access by Donor-Conceived People to Information About Donors