From time to the NSW Government commissions reviews and examinations of certain law and justice issues. Reports and publications of such reviews may be published on this website.
Select a topic from the list below for further information.
Review of civil claims dataReview
of civil claims data by the Law & Justice Foundation of NSW
Bail Act 2013
Review by Judge John Hatzistergos - 2015
Offences relating to fatal car accidents on private propertyReview by retired Justice, the Hon W.V. Windeyer AM RFD ED - 2015
Operation of the double jeopardy provision of section 102 of the
Crimes (Appeal and Review) Act 2001Review by the Hon. James Wood AO QC - 2015
Report of consultation from a cross section of the community regarding serious vilification with particular reference to Section 20D of the Anti-Discrimination of Act.Report by Stepan Kerkyasharian AO
Serious vilification laws in NSW [PDF 6.71mb]
The Civil Justice data reports were created by The Law & Justice
In 2014, Judge John Hatzistergos was commissioned to undertake a 12-month independent review of the
Bail Act 2013.
The NSW Government appointed retired Justice, the Hon W.V. Windeyer AM RFD ED to conduct an independent review of offences relating to fatal car accidents on private property.
The review recommended that no new offence be created for negligent driving on private land causing death.
The NSW Legislative Council Standing Committee on Law and Justice's November 2014 final report of the inquiry into the 'Family response to the murders in Bowraville' recommended a review of the operation of the double jeopardy provision of section 102 of the
Crimes (Appeal and Review) Act 2001.
The NSW Government supported this recommendation and in June 2015 an independent, extensive review by the Honourable James Wood AO QC commenced.