Legal assistance strategy and funding publications
Publication and resources
In 2012, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General undertook a Review of the allocation of funds from the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF). The Final Report sets out a recommended model for decision-making...
A review of the allocation of funds from the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund.
A list of geographical priority areas for generalist services
An investment logic map listing legal assistance services for vulnerable and disadvantaged Queenslanders.
An investment logic map that outlines the strategic objectives for the allocation of State and LPITAF funds apply to both legal assistance and legal profession regulation services.
An investment logic map that outlines the law library services.
Strategic objectives that align with the Queensland Government and Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s (DJAG) strategic objectives form the basis of the transparent decision-making model for allocating funds.
Information on the Legal Assistance Investment Committee and its membership.
Information on the funding strategies that are reviewed triennially to ensure they remain responsive to community legal needs and continue to promote cost effectiveness.
Discussion paper includes instructions for making submissions, comparable models and considerations for the development of a model for the future allocation of LPITAF funds.
The Queensland Government invests in responses to urgent and unexpected community legal needs that arise from emergencies such as natural disasters.
Apply for emergency investment funding for urgent and unexpected community legal needs that arise from emergencies such as natural disasters.
This document has been prepared to summarise evidence of legal need in Queensland; it uses demographic information as a proxy for legal need, based on leading international and Australian research.
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