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Australian Law Reform Agencies Conferences 2008
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The 2008 ALRAC Conference was organised by the University of the South Pacific - School of Law. It was held in Port Vila, Vanuatu from 10 - 12 September, 2008.
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|Welcome and Keynote Address: A Generation of Reforming Law and Justice in the Pacific||Bernard Narakobi - Lawyer, Politician, Diplomat Please note that there is no written paper for this presentation.||The Birth and Rebirth of Law Reform Agencies||Neil Rees - Victorian Law Reform Commission The Birth and Rebirth of Law Reform Agencies (doc) The Birth and Rebirth of Law Reform Agencies (ppt) Frank Kabui & Anna Guthleben - Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission The Establishment of a Commission in Solomon Islands (doc) Ming Leung Wai - Attorney General, Samoa Samoa's Experience With the Establishment of a Law Reform Commission (doc) Ishmael Kalsakau - Attorney General, Vanuatu The Establishment of Vanuatu's Law Reform Commission (pdf)||Regional Cooperation in Law Reform||Daiana Buresova - Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat David Lambourne - Solicitor-General, Kiribati David Weisbrot & Lawrence Kalinoe - Australian Law Reform Commission and PNG Constitutional & Law Reform Commission Opportunities for Regional Cooperation in Law Reform (ppt) Steve Klingelhofer & David Robinson - International Center for Not for Profit Law Laws affecting community organisations in the South Pacific - a "tipping point" in the law reform process (doc)||Resources for Law Reform||Neil Adsett - Law Consolidated IncAspects of Law Revision in Smaller Jurisdictions (pdf) Jonathan Dobinson - Australian Law Reform Commission Working Smarter, Not Harder: The Role of Information Technology (ppt) Lenore Hamilton - Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute (PacLII)Pacific Legal Databases & Their Role in Facilitating Law Reform (ppt) Bryan Horrigan - Macquarie University, Faculty of Law Reforming Law Reform's Engagement with the Academic Arm of the Legal Profession (doc)||Keynote Address - Day 2 Reforming the Fundamental Law–Constitutional Change and Community Education||Cheryl Saunders - Melbourne Law School Reforming the Fundamental Law: Constitutional Change and Community Education (doc) Reforming the Fundamental Law: Constitutional Change and Community Education (ppt)||Reforming the Architecture of Legal Systems||Graham Hassall - University of the South Pacific, PIAS-DG The Legal Politics of Constitutional Reform in the Pacific (pdf) 'Alisi Taumoepeau - Attorney-General, Tonga Constitutional Change in Tonga (doc) Katy Le Roy - Nauru Constitutional Review Commission Reforming the Architecture of Legal Systems: Constitutional Review in Nauru (ppt) Nainendra Nand - University of the South Pacific, School of LawConstitutional Reform in Fiji (doc)||Reforming the Law and Legal Institutions to Promote Human Rights||Jennifer Corrin - University of Queensland, TC Beirne School of Law Only Skin Deep? Law Reform and the Reality of Human Rights in the Pacific (ppt) Helen Aikman QC - (formerly) New Zealand Law Commission Reconciling Custom and Human Rights (doc) John von Doussa - Australian Human Rights CommissionThe Potential Role of National Human Rights Institutions in the Pacific (doc) The Potential Role of National Human Rights Institutions in the Pacific (ppt)||Debate:That Law Reform Bodies are the Best Vehicles for Law Reform||Affirmative - Ian Davis, Queensland Law Reform Commission & Rosalind Croucher, Australian Law Reform Commission Negative - Simon Rice, Australian National University, College of Law & Robin Banks, Public Interest Advocacy CentreNegating the Proposition that Law Reform Agencies are the Best Vehicle for Law Reform (pdf)||Miscellaneous Papers||The Honourable Chief Justice Vincent Lunabek - Supreme Court, Vanuatu Welcome to ALRAC 2008 (pdf) Professor David Weisbrot - Australian Law Reform Commission Conference Dinner Speech (doc) Justice Roslyn Atkinson - Chair, Queensland Law Reform CommissionALARC 2010 - Brisbane, Australia (ppt) Michael Sayers - Honourable Secretary General, The Commonwealth Association of Law Reform Agencies (CALRAs) CALRAs Report to Australasian Law Reform Agencies Conference in September 2008 (doc) Commonwealth Law Ministers - Communique Commonwealth Law Ministers Communique 2007|