Media Releases

Budget submission calls for serious investment in justice
06 April 2017

Child Safety Bill fundamentally flawed
16 Feb 2017

What are your rights if you receive a Centrelink letter?
31 Jan 2017



Archived media releases

 

Date issued
Topic
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21/12/2016  Privatising Land Services Group a risk to consumers View
16/11/2016  Little shop of horrors - potential pitfalls of business estate planning View 
04/11/2016  Law Society Presidents call on PM to reverse cuts to legal assistance funding View 
02/11/2016  New digital resource on revenge porn and cyberbullying View 
11/10/2016 Natalie Wade named Australian Young Lawyer of the Year View
27/09/2016  Statement regarding adlawgroup View
27/09/2016 Statement:  Law Society supports call for investigation into Yatala incident View
20/09/2016 Proposed laws have profound impact on vulnerable people  View
30/08/2016 Volunteer service helps people with legal issues View
05/08/2016  Stalwarts honoured at legal awards night View
08/07/2016  State Budget:  Delay and decay in justice sector View 
06/07/2016 Justice must be a priority in State Budget View 
18/05/2016  Law Society launches Wills register  View 
15/05/2016  Rally to end Legal Aid Funding Crisis  View
  Legal Aid Fact Sheets View
  Case Studies View 
15/03/2016 Hidden cost of new compensation laws  View
22/02/2016  Health cure needed for Indigenous incarcertaion: AMA (SA) and Law Society  View
01/02/2016  National legal aid campaign highlights the thousands of Aussies turned away View 

08/12/2015 

CTP review must happen before MAC privatisation

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26/11/2015 

Free immediate legal help for bushfire victims 

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16/11/2015 

Law Society provides clarification on workers compensation debate

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26/10/2015 

Law Society of SA votes in favour of gender based amendments to its Rules

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22/10/2015 

Law Society releases report on legal profession

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19/10/2015 

Q&A on new bike laws

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07/10/2015

Statement: More local work is good for SA

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06/10/2015 

No shame in opening up about mental illness

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21/09/2015 

adlawgroup

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04/09/2015

Law Society Award Winners 

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09/07/2015 

Indigenous Law Scholarship announced

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19/06/2015 

Justice denied in State budget

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18/06/2015 

Law Society urges immediate review of CTP

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17/06/2015

Law Society's budget checklist

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16/06/2015 

Law Society's position on provocation

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19/05/2015 

Cuts to Aboriginal legal aid a further blow to the needy

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15/05/2015 

Brutal budget cuts will worsen legal aid crisis

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29/04/2015 

Chan and Sukumaran's path to redemption will be remembered

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28/04/2015 

Law Society joins calls to halt executions

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28/04/2015 

Children's Commissioner a vital part of child protection reform

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09/04/2015 

Volunteer lawyers provide legal advice service 

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27/03/2015 

Legal assistance announcement welcome, but more must be done

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20/02/2015 

Law Society seeks update on courts project

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17/02/15 

Profession invited to gather in support of the Bali Nine death row inmates

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16/02/15 

Law Society backs call for closing the gap targets

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29/01/2015 

Public Statement - The Law Society of SA opposes the death penalty

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06/01/2015

Free immediate legal help for bushfire victims

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13/11/2014 

MAC profit cold comfort for motor victims

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28/10/2014 

Law Society unveils plan for reconciliation

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15/10/2014 

Media Statement re ICAC/SAPOL

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08/10/14 

Pyschological well-being in the workplace a focus during Mental Health Week

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02/10/14 

New App on age of consent & sexting laws

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05/09/14 

Geoffrey Robertson QC to speak at Centenary Dinner

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04/08/2014 

Law Society marks World War 1 centenary at historic site

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28/07/2014

Children's Commissioner must have power to investigate 

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23/07/2014

Law Society supports Royal Commission into child sex abuse

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02/07/2014 

Freedom of press endangered by proposed surveillance laws 

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20/06/2014 

Governments intention to privatise Compulsory Third Party Insurance 

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20/06/2014 

Bail Accommodation Support Program 

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19/06/2014 

Changes to CTP providers 

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08/05/2014 

Pro bono legal advice service re-opens 

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06/05/2014 

Former high court judge stands up for gender equality 

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30/04/2014 

Mandatory Sentencing not the answer 

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08/04/2014 

Victory for Outstanding Young Lawyer 

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01/04/2014 

Government must act on privacy laws 

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06/03/2014 

Society concerned about proposed mandatory imprisonment laws 

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06/03/2014 

Non-compliant businesses put personal data at risk 

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07/02/2014 

Law Society welcomes Victims of Crime boost 

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04/02/2014 

Legal Group Mounts Fight for Victims Rights in SA 

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29/01/2014 

More detail needed on workers comp policy 

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24/01/2014 

Workers comp reform 

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24/01/2014 

Appointment of new Crown Solicitor 

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20/01/2014 

Free legal advice for disaster victims 

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19/12/2013 

Law Society welcomes privacy paper 

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18/12/2013 

Law Society concerned about legal aid cuts 

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16/12/2013 

Oversupply of law graduates must be addressed 

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21/11/2013 

Legal profession supports inaugural Charity Day 

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07/11/2013 

Super Tribunal one step closer 

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07/11/2013 

Law Society welcomes the decision to scrap the cap 

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30/10/2013 

Law Society concerned about mandatory sentencing bill 

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29/10/2013 

Law Society President to take the lead on legal issues 

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26/09/2013 

Law Society welcomes passage of Legal Practitioners Bill 

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19/09/2013 

Law Society opposes proposed mandatory sentencing Bill 

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13/09/2013 

Law Society supports planned revamp of courts precinct 

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16/08/2013 

Law Society supports access to justice plan 

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05/08/2013 

New approach needed to address appalling Indigenous detention rates 

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05/08/2013 

Law Society winners announced 

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25/07/2013 

Law Society welcomes appointment of a new Chief Judge Muecke 

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