Support

As the national legal centre for the arts and cultural sector, Arts Law is at the forefront of providing legal advice to Australia’s artists and arts organisations and advocating on law reform issues for the arts community.

With limited Federal and State funding, Arts Law cannot carry out its work without your support, either in kind or financial.

The Artists in the Black service would not be possible without the generous support of various individuals.  The funds, input, and assistance that these individuals provide us with is what enables us to continue to provide a great service for Indigenous artists and arts organisations.

There are three main ways you can assist us:
 

1. Donate

You can play an important role in helping Australian artists by becoming a Guardian Angel.

Alternatively, please consider making a general donation.
 

2. Volunteer

Assist us by volunteering as a panel lawyer, note-taker or daytime volunteer.

 

3. Adopt a Lawyer

The Adopt a Lawyer pro bono program partners Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community arts centres with an experienced law firm for period of three years, fostering partnerships that enable art centres to secure greater access to legal advice as well as building a closer relationship between law firms and Australia’s ancient Indigenous culture.

Learn more here: http://www.aitb.com.au/index.php/our-services/adopt-a-lawyer-program-/

 

 

The Adopt a Lawyer pro bono program partners Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community arts centres with an experienced law firm for period of three years, fostering partnerships that enable art centres to secure greater access to legal advice as well as building a closer relationship between law firms and Australia’s ancient Indigenous culture.

Learn more here: http://www.aitb.com.au/index.php/our-services/adopt-a-lawyer-program-/

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