Represents legal professionals and increases community understanding about the law.
They assist legal practitioners to continually improve their services, while monitoring their practices to ensure they meet high standards set for the profession in Queensland.
The Law Society Northern Territory (LSNT), formed in 1968, is a statutory body constituted under the Legal Profession Act (NT), which controls the affairs of the legal profession in the Northern Territory.
The ACT Law Society represents, advances and defends the interests of an independent legal profession in the ACT. They also protect the public interest in the ACT system of justice through the efficient regulation of the profession in accordance with the Legal Profession Act and the Society’s Rules for Solicitors.
The Law Society of Western Australia is the peak professional association for lawyers in this state. Established in 1927, the Society is a not-for-profit association dedicated to the representation of its 3400 members and the enhancement of the legal profession through being a respected leader and contributor on law reform, access to justice and the rule of law.
An independent statutory body responsible for receiving and investigating complaints about the conduct of lawyers in Tasmania. Complaints must be lodged in writing. There is no fee for lodging a complaint.
The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors. They work locally and globally to represent and support members, promoting the highest professional standards and the rule of law.
The Law Society plays a diverse role promoting and regulating the fair practise of law throughout NSW.
The Law Society of South Australia provides professional services, resources, support and benefits to its members and the legal profession in general. It undertakes community education concerning the law and the legal profession and engages in activities designed to improve access to justice.
Regulates the legal profession in Tasmania and provides services to it’s members to assist in maintaining high standards of practice in the Tasmanian legal profession.
The Law Society does not handle complaints against legal practitioners. All complaints against legal practitioners must be referred to the Legal Profession Board of Tasmania.