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Human Rights Bill for Queensland

Human Rights Bill for Queensland

Queensland Law Society has joined much of the state in welcoming the historic passing of the Human Rights Bill 2018 in Queensland Parliament on the 27 February 2019. QLS President Bill Potts said that discussions around human rights legislation had been around for a...

Case study: Repossession Due to Unpaid Debt

Case study: Repossession Due to Unpaid Debt

The client attended our office in August 2018 because she had been served with a Claim and Statement of Claim suing her for approximately $11,000. The claim arose from a motor vehicle finance agreement between the client and a finance company in 2013. In 2015, the...

Roma Visit by UQ Pro Bono Centre

Roma Visit by UQ Pro Bono Centre

It was a pleasure to welcome Monica Taylor, Director, and Randal Dennings, Adjunct Professor from the UQ Pro Bono Centre at our Roma Office on July 6. Monica and Randal were in Roma to discuss ways in which the UQ Pro Bono Centre might support legal service providers...

Do You Need Legal Advice?

Do You Need Legal Advice?

TASC HOTLINE PHONE 1800 272 596 The TASC hotline for legal help is available. TASC has a hotline service to give advice on family law and civil law matters to disadvantaged people. Speak directly to a lawyer with your questions. The Hotline service deals with both...

2017 Queensland Law Society Symposium

2017 Queensland Law Society Symposium

On the 17th and 18th of March our solicitor Brenton Day attended the 2017 Queensland Law Society Symposium at the Brisbane Convention Centre. The Symposium brought together senior and early career members of the Legal Profession to discuss and reflect upon the...

What is Domestic and Family Violence?

What is Domestic and Family Violence?

It is violence of any kind perpetrated within a domestic relationship. Many people do not realise how broadly the law interprets the term ‘domestic violence’. It is not just about inflicting physical harm on another person. Domestic violence also includes financial...

Federal Government Urged to Reverse CLC Cuts

Federal Government Urged to Reverse CLC Cuts

Attorney-General and Minister for Justice and Minister for Training and Skills The Honourable Yvette D’Ath Saturday, March 18, 2017 Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath has today joined with Queensland Law Society President Christine Smyth and Community Legal...

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