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MARRICKVILLE LEGAL CENTRE YOUTH LEGAL SERVICE TELEPHONE ADVICE CLINIC

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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…

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YOUTH LEGAL SERVICE PRO BONO CLINIC SEEKING VOLUNTEERS

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The Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation hosts a weekly legal clinic to provide advice and assistance to children and young people across NSW. Held on Monday evenings in partnership with the Marrickville Community Legal Centre, Sydney, the clinic assists clients with a variety of legal issues. The Youth Legal Service’s telephone advice service is often the first point of contact for young people in the community who need legal help. It plays a critical role in providing access to justice for young people across NSW. We would like to invite lawyers from all of our client and community partners to…

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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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FY18 PRO BONO RESULTS – CBP EXCEEDS NATIONAL PRO BONO TARGET

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Congratulations to everyone in the practice who has contributed to our pro bono work during FY18. We are very pleased to announce we achieved an average of 42.7 hours of pro bono time per person – well above the National Pro Bono Target of 35 hours. We want to strengthen the pro bono culture here at Colin Biggers & Paisley. This year 80% of lawyers have participated in our pro bono program. In FY19 we want to focus on extending the support to all of our lawyers. Special congratulations to 52 of our Pro Bono high achievers – they have…

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NCARA LAW FIRM PARTNERSHIP

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Eight law firms have partnered with the NSW Coalition of Aboriginal Regional Alliances (NCARA) to support local decision making and capacity building. Allens Linklaters, Ashurst, Clayton Utz, Colin Biggers & Paisley, Gilbert + Tobin, Hall & Wilcox, HWL Ebsowrth, and Sparke Helmore recently signed individual Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with NCARA and respective individual Aboriginal regional alliances to commence free legal work as part of the NSW Government’s Local Decision Making (LDM) initiative. Local Decision Making (LDM) is part of OCHRE, the NSW Government’s community focussed plan for Aboriginal affairs. LDM is underpinned by the principle of self-determination and aims…

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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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