The Law Society's Young Lawyers Committee present their annual ball.
Information on setting up or running a practice, including practising certificates, PII, trust accounting, business structures, etc.
Information for young and early-career lawyers, law students, and newly-admitted solicitors.
Find a law firm in your area, or search for firms with experience in particular areas of law.
Public submissions prepared by the Law Society and its committees.
The Society’s role in the ACT community is to represent, advance, and defend the interests of an independent legal profession in the ACT.
The Law Society is governed by the Council, led by the President, and supported by the Secretariat.
Our committees look at proposed legislation, legal practice, access to justice, and the fairness and efficiency of the administration of jus...
Media releases, news, publications, and speeches.
The Law Society administers four major awards as well as other prizes and trophies.
Annual reports, magazines and newsletters, and advertising.
Law Week’s goal is to promote public understanding of the law and its role in society.
People wishing to join the ACT Law Society can do so either as Solicitor members or Associate members.
How to contact the Law Society, and the location of the ACT Settlements Office.
The Law Society strives to ensure its services are accessible to people with disabilities.
The Law Society gathers and, in some cases, retains personal information from its members and from members of the general public.
Terms and conditions relating to purchasing event tickets from the Law Society.
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