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What makes an effective legal service for older people?

Do you have experience with the legal system? Are you interested in identifying what a legal service for older people should look like?

COTA Victoria in partnership with Maurice Blackburn will host two workshops later this month to understand what would make an effective legal service for older people.

To register your interest please download the form, complete it and email to by COB Wednesday March 23rd

For more information about the workshop on the 12 April, and to register your interest, contact Sharon Granek on (03) 9655 -2105

All applicants will be notified on Monday March 26th whether they have been successful or not.

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1 Response to What makes an effective legal service for older people?

  1. MM Judy Hogg says:

    I was admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1975. I established the firm of Hogg and Reid in 1984 ..This firm merged with Carew Counsel in 2013. I retired from that firm in 2016 and since then I have been working pro bono at the Women’s Legal Service and for Women and Mentoring. I have practiced primarily in Family Law which includes law impacting on older people . I am very interested in being involved in an organization which will deal with the needs of older people in relation to their legal rights