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About Us - West Side Lawyers
Purpose and History
WestSide Lawyers provides quality legal assistance to financially or otherwise disadvantaged people in Adelaide's western suburbs and the lower Flinders Ranges in South Australia. The organisation was established in 1979 with funding from the Legal Services Commission of South Australia and was incorporated in 1980. WestSide Lawyers continues its work thanks to funding received from both the South Australian and Commonwealth Attorney-General Departments.
Objectives
WestSide Lawyers seeks to enhance access to the legal justice system by: 1. Providing, arranging for, or assisting in providing legal services to persons and community organisations; 2. Involving individuals and community organisations in recognition, understanding and solution of their own legal and related problems; 3. Assisting in, encouraging and fostering test cases and class action litigation; 4. Co-operating with educational authorities in the provision of legal education in the community; 5. Participating in law reform; 6. Co-operating and/or affiliating with organisations in Australia and elsewhere having similar objectives; 7. Encouraging the involvement of non-professional persons in the operation of WestSide Lawyers and its programs; and 8. Undertaking such other activities, which contribute to the resolution of the legal and related needs of individuals and families.
About Us - West Side Lawyers
Purpose and History
WestSide Lawyers provides quality legal assistance to financially or otherwise disadvantaged people in Adelaide's western suburbs and the lower Flinders Ranges in South Australia. The organisation was established in 1979 with funding from the Legal Services Commission of South Australia and was incorporated in 1980. WestSide Lawyers continues its work thanks to funding received from both the South Australian and Commonwealth Attorney-General Departments.
Objectives
WestSide Lawyers seeks to enhance access to the legal justice system by: 1. Providing, arranging for, or assisting in providing legal services to persons and community organisations; 2. Involving individuals and community organisations in recognition, understanding and solution of their own legal and related problems; 3. Assisting in, encouraging and fostering test cases and class action litigation; 4. Co-operating with educational authorities in the provision of legal education in the community; 5. Participating in law reform; 6. Co-operating and/or affiliating with organisations in Australia and elsewhere having similar objectives; 7. Encouraging the involvement of non-professional persons in the operation of WestSide Lawyers and its programs; and 8. Undertaking such other activities, which contribute to the resolution of the legal and related needs of individuals and families.
Privacy Statement | Disclaimer  © Copyright 2016 WestSide Lawyers