Alberta Law Reform Institute
The Alberta Law Reform Institute 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.
Just Published! Report for Discussion 32 - Interprovincial Recognition of Substitute Decision-making Documents
Substitute decision-making documents (also called powers of attorney, proxies, personal directives, etc.) delegate authority to one person to act on behalf of another with respect to financial, property or legal affairs and/or personal or health care matters.Read more ...
Happy Alberta Law Reform Day!
Fifty years ago, the University of Alberta, Law Society of Alberta and Alberta Ministry of Justice formed the Institute of Legal Research and Reform, known today as the Alberta Law Reform Institute (ALRI).Read more ...