LRC to consider changes in family law

The Law Reform Commission has been asked to consider changes in the area of family law and criminal law in its third programme, which runs from next year to 2014.

14th July, 2007

The Law Reform Commission has been asked to consider changes in the area of family law and criminal law in its third programme, which runs from next year to 2014.

The requests follow public consultations in Cork and Galway earlier this year.

On Wednesday, members of the public will have their last chance to put forward proposals for the seven-year programme when the commission holds its annual conference in Dublin Castle.

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