Cabinet Appoints New Samoa Law Reform Commissioner


Cabinet has appointed a former Samoa Ports Authority Chief Executive Officer as its new Law Reform Commissioner.

Fagaloa Leti Setto Roy Tufuga will lead the important work of The Samoa Law Reform Commission (SLRC) as it’s new Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director for the next three years.

A lawyer by profession, Fagaloa had served as the Samoa Ports Authority General Manager from 2012 to 2015.

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A Samoa College 1981 graduate, Fagaloa achieved his  Bachelor of Arts from the University of Auckland in 1987 before his Bachelor of Laws in 1994 also from the University of Auckland. Fagaloa attained a Masters from the International Maritime Law Institute in 1997.

Fagaloa has been working in the private sector for the past nine years and was appointed from a pool of five applicants.

Established in 2008 under the Law Reform Commission Act 2008, the SLRC researches and analyses areas of law considered in need of reform, and makes informed recommendations to the Prime Minister and Attorney General.

In addition to research and analysis, the Commission focuses on consulting the community about its projects and proposed reforms in legislation.

The Commission also advises the Government and various Ministries, State Owned Enterprises and Authorities regarding reviews of their respective laws.

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