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Special Report on

Legal Aid Queensland

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First, may I acknowledge the traditional owners of the land we meet on – and pay my respects to their elders, both past and present. Ms Carmel Ybarlucea, Acting Director of Regional Legal Services, Legal Aid Queensland; Mrs Betty Keirnan MP, State Member for Mt Isa; Mr John Moloney, Mayor, Mt Isa City Council; Mr Ross Beer, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Legal Aid Queensland; Ladies and gentlemen Thank you for inviting me to visit Legal Aid Queensland and the Western Queensland Justice Network in your new, joint location. This is the first time in Queensland that the Legal Aid Commission and a community legal centre have ...
is an organisation that focuses on helping and protecting the legal rights of socially and economically disadvantaged people in the state of Victoria , Australia . It provides information, referral, advice and legal representation services in family, civil and criminal law within Victoria. As a statutory authority , VLA operates under the Legal Aid Act 1978 (Vic) and is funded by the Australian government for matters that fall under Commonwealth law, and the Victorian state government . The majority of Commonwealth law matters fall within the family law jurisdiction. Another source of funding is from the public purpose fund, ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Attorney-General announces new Legal Aid Queensland CEO
Sign up for our newsletter and receive updates on promotions, coast specials, holiday tips, and advance news of what's instore for www.mysunshinecoast.com.au. Learn more... Business is Going Great Guns! EOFY 09/10 Special YES, business at MySunshineCoast is going great guns and with only 29 days left until the end of the financial year (or EOFY) we are counting... Learn more... This is an archived copy of an article that has already past. It is online for informational purposes only. Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial Relations The Honourable Cameron Dick 13/11/2009 Attorney-General announces new Legal Aid ... market research, surveys and trends
Queensland : new DV defence to murder
Australian divorce and family law by a Brisbane family lawyer. All about property settlement, spousal maintenance, children, child support and domestic violence. Queensland has now enacted changes to its Criminal Code so that victims of domestic violence who kill their perpetrators have a partial defence- .ie. - murder reduced to manslaughter, and will not have such a burden to show Battered Wives' Syndrome. This reflects moves in other states, some of which have total defences. The most famous victim of domestic violence in Queensland is Robyn Kina . Ms Kina was convicted of the murder of her partner following ... market research, surveys and trends

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Public Defender Brian Devereaux's outstanding work recognised by ...
the other 25 percent. Legal Aid Queensland Chief Executive Officer John ...... It costs more than $1.6 billion, or more than $90 per ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Issue 3, June 2003
It found that about $250 million of pro bono work was undertaken by Australian ... 71 percent of solicitors thought that their law society should issue a policy ..... Legal Aid Queensland, Queensland Association of Independent Legal ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Queensland's law enforcement agencies weave tangled web
A TANGLED web of relationships within Queensland's law enforcement agencies has raised questions about the credibility of major misconduct investigations and the people conducting them. After a week of controversy triggered by the release of the Crime and Misconduct Commission's damning report on the police review of the Palm Island death-in-custody investigation, The Courier-Mail has learnt: • The senior legal expert who signed off on the police report on the Palm Island investigation is now in charge of investigating complaints about the CMC and its staff. • The same expert, Gary Long SC, also ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Building a stronger justice system across the State
A massive court building program supporting thousands of jobs, more frontline staff and better legal aid services for Queenslanders are the focus of this year's record $1.046 billion justice budget. Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial Relations Cameron Dick said the State Budget also included funding boosts for the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC), the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Office of the Adult Guardian and the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT). "The government made the tough decisions so that we could continue to invest in our job-creating building program ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Legal Aid Queensland – Multicultural Action Plan Legal Aid ...
Legal Aid Queensland is committed to providing quality legal services in a culturally diverse state. At the time of the 2001 Census 33 percent of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Appendix 9 (Pro Se Resource Links) - California Courts
Legal Aid Queensland. ▪ Explores how call centres (hotlines), information kiosks, websites, and videoconferencing are enhancing the delivery of legal ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Research Supervisor Profile for Professor Julie Stubbs - Research ...
Julie's research interests include Criminology; Violence against women; Battered women; Homicide; Domestic violence; Policing; Gender, Sexual assault; Restorative justice. Julie joined the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney in 1989. Prior to that she worked with the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research as Senior Research Officer and was for a time Acting Deputy Director. She has worked as a consultant to Legal Aid, the Office of the Status of Women, the NSW Police Service, the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics & Research, the Australian Law Reform Commission, the Royal Commission into the NSW Police Service, ...
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Google Answers: CONTRACT LAW
My company had a verbal agreement with a local contractor to maintain the grounds of my establishment. This agreement was complied with on four occasions (evidenced with GST Invoices, cheques etc).The contractor cancelled the next agreed maintenance at less than 1 hours notice, which has caused my company to incur considerable additional costs. My question therefore is `Does a verbal agreement constitute a contract in Australian law, and if so do I have the right to run a `breach of contract` action against the contractor, through the small claims court? Hi. First, I must say that this question would've been a ...
I don't want to be self-employed no more what should i do?
If you work with children, either as a paid employee or as a volunteer, you may need a suitability notice called a blue card. How do I get a blue card? To get a blue card you will need to apply and undergo screening called a 'working with children check' carried out by the Commission for Children and Young People. The commission will consider your criminal history and any disciplinary material held about you by professional organisations. They will also take into account any police investigations into allegations of serious child related sexual offences, even if no charges were laid because the child was unwilling or ...