Calls to bring court system closer to the people on Tuesday, 23 April, 2019 in News • A big new legal precinct in Campbelltown would bring the justice system closer to local residents and be an economic boost for the area as well. Family law matters could be dealt with Continue Reading
APRIL 23 2019 – 3:17PM Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic believes there is a huge need for a multi-jurisdictional justice precinct to ease the court backlog in south-west Sydney – and Campbelltown is the place it should be built. The mayor and Campbelltown Council are backing a massive, multi-organisational push for Continue Reading
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Macarthur Law Society has ramped up its campaign for a multi-jurisdictional legal precinct in the region with the launch of an online petition. The society has banded with a host of other organisations – including councils, police, business chambers, the NSW Bar Association and other law societies – to lobby Continue Reading
“The courts in Sydney’s South West are out-dated and not properly equipped to manage community demand. Court users are travelling to courts in Wollongong, Parramatta or the Sydney CBD to resolve family disputes. This is just unacceptable,” Mr Borger said.
Justice Precinct Needed in South West Sydney A multi-purpose justice precinct is needed to meet demand in South West Sydney, says the Western Sydney Business Chamber. Backing the call from the Law Society of NSW to establish a justice precinct in the region, David Borger, Executive Director of the Western Continue Reading