Access to justice

QLS has announced recipients of the Regional Practitioner of the Year Award, Workplace Culture and Health Award, and Access to Justice Award.
For more than 10 years the UQ Pro Bono Centre has been providing opportunities for undergraduate law students to undertake pro bono legal services.
Mandy Shircore
As she approaches the halfway mark in her year of presidency, QLS Proctor sat down with Dr Brasch to discuss some of the important issues she’s focusing on this year.
Lexi Kehl
Have your say today. Each year QLS conducts this important survey to identify existing barriers and propose ideas on how to improve access to justice for Queenslanders.
The emergence of health justice partnerships across Australia in recent years reveals great potential for integrated service system responses to clients’ intertwined legal and health problems.
Monica Taylor
The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability was formally established in April 2019 and began public hearings and consultations across the country.
Luke Geary, Naomi Brodie
Doctors recognise general practice as a specialisation in its own right. If lawyers did too, would it help close the access to justice gap?
Elizabeth Shearer

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