NT Law Reform Committee

The Northern Territory Law Reform Committee is a non-statutory committee established to advise the Attorney-General on the reform of law in the Northern Territory (NT).

The committee includes the chair and 12 other members including:

  • the Chief Judge
  • the Ombudsman
  • the Chief Executive Officer of the Law Society Northern Territory
  • members of the legal profession
  • academic staff of Charles Darwin University
  • a representative from NT Police
  • a member from an Aboriginal body.

The Committee considers matters referred to it from time to time by the Attorney-General.

The Legal Policy Division of the Department of the Attorney‑General and Justice provides executive and administrative support to the Committee.

Law Reform Committee members

As at December 2018

Professor Les McCrimmonPresident
Mr Russell Goldflam Vice-President
Mr Miles Crawley SCMember
Ms Shelley EderMember
Ms Ros VickersMember
Ms Sally Sievers Member
Ms Kellie GraingerMember
Ms Peggy Cheong Member
Ms Beth WildMember
Ms Maria Savvas Member
Mr Ron LevyMember
Mr Tom AndersonMember
Superintendent Richard Bryson Member
Ms Sonia Brownhill SCEx-officio member
Ms Meredith Day Ex-officio member
Hon Natasha Fyles MLAEx-officio member
Chief Judge Dr John LowndesEx officio Member
Mr Peter ShoyerEx officio Member
Clement NgExecutive Officer

NT Law Reform Committee published reports

View published reports of the Committee.

View Constitution of the Law Reform Committee of the Northern Territory. (111.6 kb)

Contact the NT Law Reform Committee

GPO Box 1535 Darwin NT
Phone: (08) 8935 7659
Fax: (08) 8935 7662
Email: Lawreformcommittee.DOJ@nt.gov.au

Last updated: 20 December 2018

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