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Law Reform Commissions

Statutory bodies which are charged with the responsibility of reviewing and recommending changes to a particular jurisdiction's laws, Law Reform Commissions are an excellent source of information on recent developments in the law. The sites below have been selected on the basis of their offering full-text renderings of substantive law reform materials. For a searchable index of multi-jurisdictional law reform materials, you may visit the website of the British Columbia Law Institute, a link to which is provided below. In addition to Law Reform Commissions, this site also provides links to bodies involved in the development and promotion of uniform laws.


A searchable database of all of the databases specialising in Law Reform available on any of the Legal Information Institutes (LIIs)


Great Britain and the Commonwealth


Great Britain

New Zealand

South Africa

United States

Other Jurisdictions

Hong Kong