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.
What, exactly, is mediation, and how does it work? Our ADR Committee explains.
This fact sheet gives you information about what to expect from your conveyancing lawyer when buying property in the ACT.
Information about elder abuse, and how to find help and advice for a person at risk.
Every person over the age of 18 should make a will. Your will sets out how you want your assets distributed when you die.
Having a dispute with your neighbour? This factsheet covers common neighbourhood disputes, and provides avenues to get legal help.
How can you go about pursuing a claim for medical negligence?
What can you do if someone owes you money and will not pay up?
Reasons why you should consult an experienced family law solicitor.
If you have to go to court as a witness, you probably have questions about what happens, and how to be a witness.
This fact sheet gives you information about your rights in the ACT if you are placed under arrest.
What happens when a teenager is suspected of committing an offence, or is arrested by the police?
Information for employees on dismissal, redundancy, bullying, discrimination, workplace injury, and wages and entitlements.
An Enduring Power of Attorney is the only way you can choose and control who can make decisions on your behalf if you can’t.
Understanding your responsibilities and obligations when you’re given Enduring Power of Attorney.
Legal documentation for retirement villages is often extensive and complicated — you will almost certainly need a solicitor to explain the d...
This factsheet outlines some basic information about ACAT, including how to bring a case to the tribunal and what you need to do to prepare ...
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