The Queensland legal profession has always provided pro bono assistance to our communities. Since LawRight (formerly QPILCH) was founded in 2001, the profession has made a concerted contribution to helping people who are the most vulnerable in our State. Recognising this achievement, LawRight has published a report celebrating the legal profession’s commitment to structured pro bono.
15 Years of Volunteer Pro Bono in QLD
LawRight and its clients receives invaluable assistance from all of its volunteers who have given their time for the benefit of disadvantaged and vulnerable Queenslanders.
15 Years of Structured Pro Bono at the QLD Bar
Barristers have provided a variety of assistance to LawRight over the past 15 years. This publication highlights some of the work performed by our volunteer barristers whose contributions help support both our services and clients.
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LawRight acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Land and Waters throughout Australia and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We benefit from the gifts of First Nations peoples, acknowledge the historical and ongoing injustices they bear and support their call for power over their destiny.