cover image: 2022-2023 ANNUAL REPORT



24 Jul 2023

7 WHO WE ARE 8 The Alberta Law Reform Institute was established in November 1967 by the Attorney General of Alberta, the Governors of the University of Alberta and the Law Society of Alberta. [...] The nominees of the founding parties are chosen as follows: one elected Bencher nominee from the Law Society of Alberta two nominees from Alberta Justice the Provost of the University of Alberta or an academic staff member nominated by the Provost one nominee from the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta one nominee from the Faculty of Law at the University of Calgary ALRI has up to te. [...] Alumni Former ALRI Board Member the Honourable Justice Ritu Khullar was sworn in as the new Chief Justice of Alberta and Chief Justice of the Courts of Appeal for the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. [...] 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 OUR SUPPORTERS 38 The work of law reform would not be possible without the ongoing financial support of our key funders: The Alberta Law Foundation Alberta Justice The University of Alberta Support in kind is also provided by: The University of Alberta The University of Calgary We have always contended that law reform is an interactive process. [...] The contributions of the following organisations in keeping their members and stakeholders up-to-date on our work are much appreciated: Law Society of Alberta Canadian Bar Association, Alberta Branch Legal Education Society of Alberta Finally, we would like to thank the judges, authors and social media users who refer to our reports in the course of their work.
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