The Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission (SILRC) is proud to announce that they have embraced new library technology with the implementation of Koha open source library management system. The Koha online catalogue captures key bibliographic information about books, journals, and other legal resources.
The Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission (SILRC) will launch its consultation paper for an enquiry into the laws that apply to personal harm offences, on Monday 10th October 2016 at Mendana Hotel. The launch of the consultation paper marks the beginning of public consultations by the SILRC for this enquiry.
SILRC Stakeholder Workshop on Draft Report containing proposed recommendations on offences relating to the Administration of Justice: Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission’s Review of the Penal Code.
The Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission (SILRC) has successfully conducted a two day Legal Policy Development Course training for its officers and other officers of the Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs (8 – 9 June 2015). The Legal Policy Development Course was developed by the Australian Attorney General’s Department (AGD) in 2013, and since then AGD has delivered the Course to more than 150 public officials in the Pacific.