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Changes to Queensland guardianship laws and forms

Event Date: May 18, 2021

On 30 November 2020, important changes to the law underpinning Queensland’s guardianship system came into effect. New forms for Advanced Health Directives and Enduring Powers of Attorney also commenced, along with new explanatory guides and Guidelines for the Assessment of Capacity. The changes implement a […]

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Andrea Perry-Petersen

Innovation and Technology: Opportunities to enhance access to justice

Event Date: May 13, 2021

Despite sustained and robust advocacy, it is well documented that government funding for legal assistance services is insufficient to meet community needs.  With growing demands and increasing pressure on resources, this webinar will consider whether there are effective ways to bridge the justice gap through […]

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Actionstep: a case management system demonstration

Event Date: May 13, 2021

In this CLCs Australia webinar, Actionstep provides a demonstration of how community legal centres across Australia like Consumer Law Action, Mental Health Law Centre, Bayside Community Legal, and others use the platform to supercharge their daily operations with powerful ‘Workflow’ technology. This webinar covers: An […]

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The Value of Trust

‘The Value of Trust’: Advocacy implications from the report into the Public Trustee’s fees, charges and practices

Event Date: May 06, 2021

Where an adult has impaired capacity to manage their financial affairs, QCAT may appoint the Public Trustee as their financial administrator. As administrator, the Public Trustee’s power over clients’ financial position, human rights and wellbeing is wide-ranging. The Public Trustee charges a range of fees […]

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