Find out more about the various legal bodies in New South Wales and Australia below.
Federal – Australia
Information about family law. The FLC’s goal is excellent service for children and families through effective judicial and non-judicial processes and high-quality judgments, while respecting the needs of separating families.
The High Court is the highest court in the land. It interprets and applies the law to hear appeals and decide cases of special federal significance including challenges to constitutional validity.
Also known as the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia. This is where you can find information on Judgments, Acts, rules and regulations, divorce information, court forms and fees etc.
Access to law and justice information and services from all levels of government. The ALO provides easy access to clear, user-friendly information about the Australian legal system and government organisations that are part of it.
Established in 1975, the Australian Law Reform Commission is a permanent, independent federal statutory corporation that conducts inquiries into law reform, at the request of the Attorney-General.
This is the website for the Australian Federal Court (AFC). The AFC’s jurisdiction is broad, covering almost all civil matters arising under Australian federal law as well as some summary criminal matters.
Independent, informal and impartial reviews of a wide range of administrative decisions made by both Australian government and non-government bodies. Both individuals and government agencies can use ATT services.
The Australian Industrial Relations Commission is the national tribunal dealing with employment issues including but not limited to dispute settlement, unfair dismissal and the setting of wages and conditions.
The Parliament of Australia is the federal governing body consisting of the House of Representatives and the Senate. Find hansard; edited transcripts of debates in the Senate, House of Representatives, Federation Chamber and parliamentary committees.
State – New South Wales
Justice Lawlink is an online government portal that provides access to law and justice agencies and services in New South Wales.
A professional association for the solicitors’ branch (lawyers/attorneys) of the legal profession in the State of New South Wales, Australia.
Our purpose is to increase the competitiveness of the NSW economy through productive, healthy and safe workplaces. We are dedicated to promoting productive, healthy and safe workplaces for workers and employers in New South Wales.
Motor Accidents Authority
The Motor Accidents Authority is a statutory corporation that regulates the NSW Motor Accidents Scheme which includes compensation claims.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption New South Wales aims to protect public interest, prevent breaches of public trust and guide public official conduct in our state.
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