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Attorney-General, Simon Corbell, today announced the appointment of Jon Stanhope AO as the president of the Legal Aid Commission for the next five years.
Also a commissioner in the Fiji Legal Aid Commission, Moore brings years of on-the-ground experience to this new position, as well as a broader understanding of the regional dynamics involved.
We do not believe that LAQ is alone among Legal Aid Commissions in this regard, as many of its practices and guidelines are in accordance with national standards.
At this point Frances and Keith enlisted some voluntary legal back-up and achieved a historic grant of legal aid for the inquiry from the New South Wales Legal Aid Commission.
The program will support the institutional capacity development of the Sri Lanka Bar Association, the Legal Aid Commission, provincial Bar Associations, and legal research or education institutions that will inform civil society s advocacy strategies to promote legal and policy reforms.
The University of Canberra, the Legal Aid Commission ACT and private legal practitioners will work together to offer a free service, providing a 30 minute consultation on legal areas most important to small business.
He worked as a duty lawyer for the Legal Aid Commission from 1986 to 1988 prior to signing the bar roll in 1988.
He worked in private practice in Saskatoon, spent a couple of years with the La Ronge office of the Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission, then ten years as a Crown Prosecutor in Prince Albert before joining Public Prosecutions in Saskatoon in 1999.