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Title

Collaborating to enhance access to justice-planning for the future

Subtitle A panel discussion
Abstract

Legal aid commissions, community legal centres and the private legal profession are key members of Australia's access to justice sector. Together, these organisations have made various forms of legal information, advice and assistance available to many Australians.

The access to justice sector now faces a range of challenges - some new, some old, some local, some global.

This panel discussion on 10 May 2013 brings together policy makers, practitioners and researchers to discuss how those concerned with access to justice can constructively work together to respond to these challenges.

Panel members include:

  • Professor Pascoe Pleasence, University College, London
  • Anthony Reilly, Chief Executive, Legal Aid Queensland
  • Liza Windle, Department of Justice and Attorney-General
  • Andrea de Smidt, Queensland Association of Independent Legal Services
  • Professor Jeff Giddings, Griffith Law School (Facilitator)
CLC/Agency Queensland Association of Independent Legal Services
URL http://a2jcollaboration.eventbrite.com/
Alternate URL http://www.qails.org.au
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Area of Law
  • Lawyers and the legal system
Audience
  • Community organisation
  • Federal government
  • Lawyers
  • State government
Jurisdiction
  • QLD
Method of Delivery
  • Public Event
Project Type
  • Community Legal Education
Project uploaded to CLEAR 1st May 2013
Contact Person James Farrell
Contact Position Director
Contact Email director@qails.org.au
Contact Phone (07) 3392 0092
Production/Delivery Date 10/05/2013
Evaluation Not Stated
Notes

As this project has exceeded its review date it is recommended that the author/auspicing agency be contacted to confirm the currency of the information provided. 

Sponsor / Partner Agencies

Queensland Public Interest Law Clearing House, Griffith University

Review Date 1st May 2014

Disclaimer: Laws and policies are often changing. We encourage you to check the currency of any laws or policies referenced in the above CLEAR project.

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