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Adminstrative Law and Human Rights Section Annual Report

Adminstrative Law and Human Rights Section Annual Report

By Administrative Law and Human Rights Section

Human Rights 

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

The ALHR Section promotes law reform, advocates for policy development, and represents the interests of lawyers in a broad range of areas including human rights, administrative law, constitutional law, indigenous, refugee, migration, health, disability and animal law.

Throughout 2020 the ALHR section engaged in consultation with stakeholder bodies, sent over 20 submissions and comprised of 2638 members.

Read the ALHR Annual Report here.

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Nethmi Perera, Policy Officer for the ALHR Section
ALHR@liv.asn.au
03 9607 9338

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