[LINK] National Classification Scheme review commences
rene.ln at libertus.net
Thu Mar 24 12:08:26 AEDT 2011
On Thu, 24 Mar 2011 10:31:57 +1100, Tom Koltai wrote:
> The ALRC ostensibly about reforming the law in Australia isn't all
> that interested in unsolicited representations about legal wrong
> doing or flaws in the system.
> They are only interested in submissions - preferably from legal firms
> about their current topic of reference.
What's the basis of that contention? Several years ago when the ALRC
conducted a review concerning privacy laws, several ALRC staff (inc. a very
senior one) visited Brisbane and met with me and another person (we were
representing EFA). IIRC the meeting was about 1.5 hours. As I understand
it, they also met with various other (non-legal and non-industry)
organisational reps and other people in Brisbane and elsewhere around the
If in relation to the "classification" review, if they only "consult" with
legal firms, then the review will have no legitimacy at all, and I'm sure
both the ALRC and the government know that.
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