Law reform agencies produce issues papers, discussion papers and reports as part of their review of referred topics of law. There are a range of law reform bodies in Australia. For a full list see the Australian law reform agencies page maintained by the Australian Law Reform Commission.
The ACT Law Reform Advisory Council ceased to operate in November 2018 - No current Law Reform body exists in the ACT.
The ACT Government's Directorate's Legislation and Policy Branch is the main area responsible for advising Government on options for changes to existing laws and development of new laws and policy in the justice and community safety portfolio.
Past inquiries of the Council can be found on the Justice and Community Safety Directorate website.