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NSW Law Reform Commission appoints part-time commissioner

Attorney-General Mark Speakman has confirmed a new part-time commissioner has been appointed to the NSW Law Reform Commission.

user iconEmma Musgrave 06 September 2021 Big Law
NSW Law Reform Commission appoints part-time commissioner
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Anna Mitchelmore SC has been appointed to the role of part-time commissioner of the NSW Law Reform Commission, effective 1 September until 31 August 2024.

The NSW Law Reform Commission is an independent statutory body constituted under the Law Reform Commission Act 1967 that provides expert law reform advice to the NSW Government on issues referred to it by the Attorney-General.

 
 

Ms Mitchelmore brings to her new role a substantial background in administrative law, constitutional law, criminal law, local government and environmental law, and migration law.

She was admitted as a lawyer in 2000, called to the Bar in 2004, and appointed Senior Counsel in 2018.

In announcing the appointment of Ms Mitchelmore, Mr Speakman noted the value she will bring to the NSW Law Reform Commission.

"[Ms Mitchelmore] will be a great asset to the LRC," Mr Speakman said.