Wills & estates

Arts Law 2013 Pro Bono Awards

By Arts Law Centre of Australia on 24th June 2013

On Wednesday 29th May 2013, Arts Law celebrated the pro bono work of lawyers around the country who give back through their pro bono work in the arts community. For the last 9 years, Arts Law has commissioned a print to award to 30 lawyers celebrating their significant pro bono contribution. 


No will, no way

By Delwyn Everard on 30th June 2012

Arts Law celebrates the announcement by the Western Australian government of its commitment to amend its intestacy laws and launches its Artists in the Black intestacy kits for families of Indigenous visual artists.


DLA Phillips Fox Joins Arts Law Centre in Remote Central Australia

By Joanna Mansfield on 24th December 2010

Arts Law wouldn't work without help from pro bono lawyers. In October 2010 two lawyers from DLA Phillips Fox were fortunate to be able to go to a very different work environment and join Arts Law on their trip to the Anangu, Pitjantjatjara & Yankunytjatjara.


Freehills Advises on The Aboriginal Planning Authority

By Ante Golem on 31st March 2010

In February 2009 the Arts Law Centre of Australia approached Freehills to provide legal advice, on a pro bono basis, concerning the application of certain provisions of Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority Act 1972 (WA) (Act) to Indigenous persons.


Arts Law seeks improved intestacy laws for Indigenous West Australians

By Delwyn Everard on 30th September 2008

Arts Law is lobbying the West Australian Government for changes to the laws concerning the administration of the estate of intestate Indigenous people. Delwyn Everard explains why these changes are required.


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