Northern Ireland Law Commission

Northern Ireland Law Commission

Northern Ireland Law Commission

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The Northern Ireland Law Commission is a Law Commission in Northern Ireland created under section 50 of the Justice Act 2002, implementing recommendations following the Good Friday Agreement. It replaced the existing non-statutory Law Reform Advisory Committee.

The Northern Ireland Law Commission keeps the law of Northern Ireland under review, with a view to law reform. It has five members, a part-time chairman and four full-time commissioners, appointed by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. The chairman is a judge of the High Court of Northern Ireland, who retains judicial office while acting as chairman. The other commissioners include a barrister, a solicitor, a legal academic, and a layperson.

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