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AG inquiries: eSecurity, 2008 Fed Criminal Justice Reform Forum

Posted by Dave Bath on 2008-07-26


The Federal Attorney-General has a nice page here of open consultations on reforms and reviews, one of which is the eSecurity Review (briefly discussed here on Balneus) that closes in a couple of days (so hurry up).

The other, which I expect to be of interest to regular readers with a law background, is the 2008 Federal Criminal Justice Forum which is calling for nominations for papers, attendees, and submissions, including online submissions.  Significant dates for the Criminal Justice Review process are here.

You might also be interested in the reports from the Review of the Commonwealth Community Legal Services Program – March 2008.

While I’ll be putting something into the eSecurity review, I’ve nowhere near enough jurisprudence to send something on the Federal Criminal Justice system, although I’d love to see comments from any readers to let us know they’ve contributed.

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2 Responses to “AG inquiries: eSecurity, 2008 Fed Criminal Justice Reform Forum”

  1. osteoxy said

    Hi. I repeatedly be familiar with this forum. This is the oldest period unqualified to ask a topic.
    How multitudinous in this forum are references Nautical port behind, artful users?
    Can I bank all the communication that there is?

  2. Dave Bath said

    Osteoxy…. your translation tool (whether software or wetware) is not quite right.

    “Can I bank all the communication that there is” is probably answered “no”…. a lot of this stuff isn’t published. But go for it with wget(1) feed by google scrapes if you want to.

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