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INTERVIEW WITH THE ARTS LAW CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA’S CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, ROBYN AYRES

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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.

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BRISBANE, SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE CELEBRATE NAIDOC WEEK WITH PRIVATE SCREENINGS OF GURRUMUL

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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!”

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BRISBANE OFFICE CLIMBS 1040 STEPS TO RAISE MUCH NEEDED FUNDS FOR WOMEN’S LEGAL SERVICE QUEENSLAND

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On Friday 20 July a team from our Brisbane office participated in the River to Rooftop challenge. The team – comprised of Annie Lo , Jacquline Thomas, Julia Paino, Anne-Marie Sears, Dee Ardham, Claire Pekol-Smith, Alexandra Watson and Marlo Perry – climbed the 1040 stairs of One One One Eagle Street to raise money for community partner Women’s Legal Service Queensland.

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COLIN BIGGERS & PAISLEY TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE ARTS LAW CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA’S ARTISTS IN THE BLACK PROGRAM

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In August a team of people from Colin Biggers & Paisley, led by Managing Partner, Nick Crennan, Director of Pro Bono and Responsible Business, Karen Iles and the Arts Law Centre of Australia’s Chief Executive Officer, Robyn Ayres will be traveling to Central Australia to trek more than 50 km of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Watarrka (Kings Canyon).

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