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  • on 5 May 1927. It contained notes, among other things, upon “Speedometers as evidence of speed”, “Service of process on Oneself”, and “ Legal Aid for Poor Suitors in New South Wales”. The first number contained largely notes, case notes, a book review, personalia and obituaries.
    Date: 09/06/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5335465 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: BRANDIS, Sen George

  • paid for by someone, and it won’t be the litigants themselves. This measure needs money for Legal Aid lawyers who can do that work - that’s why Labor pledged $43 million in its announcement on cross-examination reform earlier this
    Date: 01/06/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5310555 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • such as risk assessments and safety planning. 23 Family Advocacy and Support Services are being established by legal aid commissions across Australia - 14 of which are already operating. Legal Aid New South Wales operates this service in
    Date: 17/05/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5281117 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: BRANDIS, Sen George

  • this morning. The service will be funded by the Commonwealth Government, administered by state and territory governments, and delivered through Legal Aid Commissions. Over the past 30 years, Legal Aid New South Wales has built an outstanding reputation for supporting families
    Date: 17/05/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5282771 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: BRANDIS, Sen George

  • denied natural justice. Let’s be clear - you cannot implement this measure without additional funding for Legal Aid lawyers, who would need to be ordered by the courts to assist unrepresented litigants. There is no announcement in last night’s
    Date: 10/05/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5267006 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • under the National Partnership Agreement to 2020, this represents the largest ever Commonwealth investment in legal assistance services, going to Legal Aid Commissions, Community Legal Centres and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services - a record Commonwealth commitment of $1.73 billion. As
    Date: 24/04/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5236807 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: BRANDIS, Sen George

  • disadvantaged people across Australia, they serve people who cannot afford to see a lawyer, they serve people who do not qualify for legal aid because of some means test reason, there are very, very much among them victims and survivors of family violence. A lot
    Date: 27/03/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5180948 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • an important role for the Commonwealth to play in supporting the states in the provision of legal assistance through direct payments to Legal Aid Commissions, to Community Legal Centres, and to Indigenous legal assistance bodies. With that in mind, I note that in the recent
    Date: 25/03/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5180827 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: BRANDIS, Sen George

  • advice to the community because it is not the sort of thing very often that you will be able to get Legal Aid assistance from the Legal Aid Commissioner of Tasmania. You’re left to go to the free Community Legal Centres. They’re
    Date: 17/03/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5166972 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • That is on top of devastating cuts already being inflicted on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services and Legal Aid . This Attorney-General has presided over immense damage to the legal services system in Australia. That is on him, and no-one
    Date: 21/02/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5111867 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • on Prime Minister Turnbull and Senator Brandis to act now to amend the Family Law Act and to commit additional funds to Legal Aid . It’s time for the Turnbull Government to address this crisis. FRIDAY, 9 DECEMBER 2016 MEDIA CONTACT: DAN DORAN (PLIBERSEK) 0427
    Date: 09/12/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4985486 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • Women this week, Labor proposed simple reforms that would give judges the power to direct that alleged abusers be represented by Legal Aid . Labor also pledged $43 million - a figure costed by the Parliamentary Budget Office - to Legal Aid to
    Date: 23/11/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4951860 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • the Abbott-Turnbull Government has cut a combined $52 million from Community Legal Centres, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Centres and Legal Aid services. These are the frontline services which help domestic violence victims every day. In the past year alone, Community Legal Centres
    Date: 28/10/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4901286 - Source: SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: DREYFUS, Mark, MP

  • the family law courts for families experiencing violence is a key priority under the Third Action Plan. Through this measure, legal aid commissions will work alongside specialist domestic violence services to assist families navigate the complexities of moving between state and federal court
    Date: 28/10/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4907585 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: BRANDIS, Sen George

  • assistance services. The Government has also struck a landmark five-year National Partnership Agreement to deliver over $1.3 billion for legal aid commissions and community legal centres. More information on NAAJA is available at naaja.org.au or by calling 08 8982 5110 and More
    Date: 10/10/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4867285 - Source: ATTORNEY-GENERAL - Author: BRANDIS, Sen George

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