The Queensland Law Reform Commission is an independent statutory body established under the Law Reform Commission Act 1968. It makes recommendations on areas of law in need of reform, and submits reports to the Attorney-General which are required to be tabled in Parliament.

This site gives you online access to the Commission’s recent publications. You can also electronically submit responses to the Commission’s papers.

A list of all publications in hard copy is provided, with those provided on the website clearly identified.