Submission to New South Wales Law Reform Commission: Draft Proposals on Consent in Relation to Sexual Offences

Jonathan Crowe, Rachael Burgin

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Abstract

The Commission’s proposals come at the end of a long process of
consultation with community and stakeholders. While these efforts should be applauded,
we retain serious concerns about the capacity of the drafted proposals to respond to the
issues raised by earlier submissions. In particular, it is unclear how these draft proposals
will respond to the legal failures highlighted by the R v Lazarus.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 17 Nov 2019

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