Alberta Law Reform Institute
The Alberta Law Reform Institute is the official law reform agency for the province of Alberta. It provides independent comprehensive advice to the Government of Alberta and other agencies to ensure that the law and administration of justice are kept up to date and serve Albertans to the best extent possible.
Dedicated to advancing just and effective laws through independent legal research, consultation and analysis.
ALRI Director Peter J.M. Lown, Q.C. Announces His Retirement
Peter J.M. Lown, Q.C. and the Alberta Law Reform Institute Board have announced that Professor Lown will retire from the position of Director, December 31, 2015. Professor Lown was first appointed to the position of Director in April 1988.The search process for a new Director will commence shortly and the Board hopes to have the successful candidate named by summer of this year.
ALRI publishes Report for Discussion 26 – Non-Profit Corporations
The Alberta Law Reform Institute has just published Report for Discussion 26 – Non-Profit Corporations. Non-profit organisations are an integral part of our society, an increasing component of our economy, delivering a wide array of services including education, training, housing, food banks, health care and recreation.Read more...