Citation practices of the Australian law reform commission in final reports 1992-2012
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For 40 years, the Australian Law Reform Commission ('ALRC') has been a highly visible feature of the Australian legal landscape. It has endured through changing governments, and changing social and political contexts, and has forged a national and international reputation as a leading institutional law reform agency. While the ALRC and other institutional law reform agencies do many things, their primary activity, and the one that they are most judged on, are their reports, particularly final reports.
University of New South Wales Law Review
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Legal Institutions (incl. Courts and Justice Systems)