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Pro Bono Information Session for Lawyers - Shared screen with speaker view
Melanie Ward
49:54
If anyone has a question or comment for any of the speakers, please feel free to post it here
TAMARA AL HASHIMI
50:28
How do we get on the probono scheme? does it involve a panel like application?
Michael Tiyce
51:45
is there funding parties in the list can access to facilitate involvement in say a contact centre?
Alexandra
55:36
Thinking about the issue of disbursements, many firms can make a sacrifice in terms of providing a staff member to do PB legal work; but may baulk at stumping up for filing fees, hearing fees, and for medical reports etc. Is any support available for these?
gleesonm
58:54
We note these questions...We will answer.
nikitind
01:06:27
Is ALS doing anything in the Indig List?
Adelle’s iPhone
01:11:18
What about expert reports? are there any experts assisting in the pro bono list?
Michael Tiyce
01:12:07
you can always apply for access to the AG disbursement scheme for experts reports
TAMARA AL HASHIMI
01:14:23
If there is a specific list for Aboriginal people, there needs to be special funding for the aboriginal list. Any thoughts ?
Kate Adams
01:20:20
From a practitioner point of view, it is a great list to appear in and a really nice and reqarding way to lawyer.
Kate Adams
01:20:30
*rewarding
Collette McFawn
01:21:24
I highly recommend private firms support the list - start small, with one matter and you will see the difference you can make.
Ilknur Bayari
01:21:39
Thank you
TAMARA AL HASHIMI
01:21:39
thanks!