The Legal Aid NSW online policy resource sets out our policies and guidelines for applying for legal aid and administering grants of legal aid.
Policy Online includes Legal Aid NSW policies, the guidelines for the policies, a glossary of terms and practice and procedures. It is intended to provide staff, private practitioners and the community with easy access to our policies.
If you would like a summary of Legal Aid NSW policies see policies in brief and the A to Z guide to policies.
If you would like to appeal a decision made by Legal Aid NSW, please download an appeal form.
Legal Aid NSW aims to provide quality legal services to the socially and economically disadvantaged people of NSW. So that our services are provided fairly and consistently to reach the people most in need, Legal Aid NSW applies policies for granting and administering grants of legal aid.
The guidelines provide further information on how the policies are to be applied by setting out certain requirements which need to be observed when applying the policies. The guidelines are intended to be read with the relevant policy.
|Practice Procedures and DirectionsThe Practice Procedures and Directions integrate different resources and information for use, including procedural manuals, solicitor practice kits for example, the Mental Health Practice Kit and Practice Directions from the Director Criminal Law.||Glossary|
This is a dictionary of terms commonly used by Legal Aid NSW. The glossary is available in the text of the policies and guidelines and can be read by putting your cursor over the word. If you want to print out the definition, left click on your mouse and print out the break-out page.
Legal Aid NSW welcomes any feedback you may have about Policy Online. Forward your comments to Aideen McGarrigle by email: email@example.com