Colin Biggers & Paisley, in partnership with Marrickville Legal Centre, is proud to host the Youth Legal Service telephone advice clinic. The Youth Legal Service’s telephone advice line is often the first point of contact for young people in the community who need legal help. The advice line plays a critical role in providing access to justice for young people across NSW. Helping vulnerable children and young people The Youth Legal Service offers its services towards young people who – in addition to the vulnerabilities that are inherently associated with being young – also experience social and economic disadvantage because…
On Thursday 18 July the Sydney office proudly hosted the Women’s Legal Service NSW Bright Spark Awards to celebrate the achievements and contribution of women in the community legal sector.
We sat down with Robyn Ayres the CEO of Arts Law to discuss how the money we raise through the Central Australia Challenge will impact the Artists in the Black program. Robyn provides an insight into the program, some positive outcomes for clients and what this means for the partnership between the practice and Arts Law.
This year, NAIDOC Week ran from 8 – 15 July. NAIDOC Week originally began as a single day (the long title is National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee) until awareness and interest in the cultural histories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples grew in the early nineties. Today, NAIDOC Week is a national celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. This year’s theme was “Because of her, we can!”