Legal News

Royal Commission into Juvenile Detention in the Northern Territory

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lutruwita (Tasmania) needs to be included in the Royal Commission

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Letter to the Australian Newspaper about our Aboriginal Legal Service:

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Brett Whiteley – Federal Liberal Meeting for Bass cancels meeting 30 minutes prior to meeting!

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Aboriginal Delegation Ready to Meet with the New Prime Minister to Restore ALS funding to Tas

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New Legal Service Abandons Aborigines

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Aboriginal legal aid changes appalling

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Clients very satisfied with the service defunded by Attorney General Brandis

Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Service Client Satisfaction Survey to end June 2015 One hundred client satisfaction survey forms were obtained from clients of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Aid Scheme. These surveys were designed to capture a snapshot of our performance for the year from all parts of the State and including both genders. Prisoners were included in the survey. The demographic characteristics of the clients surveyed and the nature of the matters for which they obtained legal representation are shown in the following table: Table 1: ... Read more

Reminder – transfer any legal cases now

Reminder to clients of Aboriginal Legal Aid in Tasmania that they need to contact their lawyer at Beeton & Mansell to arrange transfer of their case to another legal aid service. This is because the Abbott government gave Aboriginal legal aid funding to the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service instead of to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre which had operated the service for over 40 years. TAC will continue to assist community members in whatever way we can. Please contact your lawyer or ... Read more

Victoria to take over Tasmanian Legal Service

https://youtu.be/BSG8a8-pH6   The Federal Government has stripped funding from the Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Service - with those monies headed for the Victorian service. Tasmania was the only state to feel the axe in such a fashion - prompting a defiant backlash from Aboriginal Tasmanians. NITV News Video Journalist Kris Flanders has more.   Read more
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