Speakers' Bureau

The Speaker's Bureau is a free community service which can provide a solicitor to speak to groups and associations.

The Law Society is often contacted by local community groups, schools and business organisations asking for someone to speak to them on a particular area of law.

The Speakers Bureau can provide legal practitioners to address these groups and provides an important opportunity for members of the community to learn about their legal rights and obligations.

Topics include;

Agriculture/Farming Issues Arts/Entertainment
Australian Constitution Building & Construction Law
Buying & Selling a Home Careers in Law
Children & the Law Consumer Law
Contract Law Copyright/Trademarks/Intellectual Property
Criminal Law Domestic Violence
Elderly & the Law Employment Law
Environmental Law & Local Government Family Law, Divorce & De facto Relationships
Human Rights Immigration/Citizenship
Indigenous Issues Industrial Law
International Law IT/Computers
Legal Costs Neighbours
Medical Liability Native Title
Personal Injury Property & Conveyancing
Public Liability Retirement Villages
Road Accidents Small Business
Taxation Law The Court System
The Legal Profession Wills, Estates & Powers of Attorney
Workplace & the Law Young people & the Law

However we welcome requests in other areas you may have a need for.

To participate, please contact Member and Community Services on (08) 8229 0200