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Research Report: By the people, for the people?  Community participation in law reform
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By the people, for the people? Community participation in law reform  ( 2010 )  Cite this report



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2. NSW law reform processes


As opportunities for participating in law reform arise through institutions of law-making, in this chapter we describe these institutions and the legislative reform process in New South Wales. Much of what is covered here will be familiar to students and practitioners of law, government or public policy. The purpose of this chapter is to introduce the concept of law reform as a cyclical activity with a focus on its processes, and provide a context for the data we present in later chapters.

  


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Nheu, N & McDonald, H 2010, By the people, for the people? Community participation in law reform, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney