Free Legal Seminars in December

26 November 2020
People wanting to find out more about the Disability Royal Commission can attend a free seminar. Image Nathan Anderson/Unsplash.

 

Toongabbie Legal Centre is holding two free seminars in December.

Meet the Legal Counsel behind the Disability Royal Commission – 5 December

People with disability, their families or anyone with an interest in the Disability Royal Commission are invited to attend a presentation by the Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission, Ms Kate Eastman SC.

The free event will be held at the Baulkham Hills Community Centre on Saturday 5 December at 2pm.

The seminar will cover key aspects of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability. It will focus on the Royal Commission’s terms of reference, an update of the work done so far, the role of lawyers, and how people can become involved with the Royal Commission’s work.

Ms Olivia Dinkha, Barrister at Edmund Barton Chambers will chair the event.

Register at this link

 

What to do if you’re arrested – 12 December

What happens when you get arrested? What do you need to know when you are dealing with the police, the Local Court and District Court?

These questions and more will be answered in the final free legal seminar being held by the Toongabbie Legal Centre on 12 December 2pm, at the Castle Hill Cultural Centre.

District Court Judge His Honour Judge Norma Delaney, Local Court Magistrate, His Honour Magistrate Theo Tsavdaridis and Defence Barrister Ms Razia Shafiq, will talk about what part they play when people are involved with the criminal law.

The event will be chaired by Brett Thompson, Special Council Criminal Law Practice Group at the NSW Crown Solicitors Office in Sydney.

 Register at this link

 

Both events are being held as part of the Toongabbie Legal Centre’s 10 Free Legal Seminars series.

You can see videos of the remainder of the seminars here. 

Toongabbie Legal Centre, based in St Anthony’s Church Toongabbie provides free legal advice and education to culturally, socially and economically disadvantaged people in the Toongabbie and surrounding areas.

 

 

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