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Annual Report 2014 - 2015

Managing our organisation

Meeting the needs of the most disadvantaged people in our community, who have multiple and complex legal and non-legal needs, requires a skilled workforce and adequate resourcing.

Khaila-Rose Prior and Katrina Ellevsen were jointly awarded the 2015 Aboriginal Employees’ Chairperson’s Scholarship by the Chair of the Legal Aid NSW Board, Craig Smith

Above: Khaila-Rose Prior and Katrina Ellevsen were jointly awarded the 2015 Aboriginal Employees’ Chairperson’s Scholarship by the Chair of the Legal Aid NSW Board, Craig Smith (see Professional development for Aboriginal staff).

Key measures

Key challenge

More evidence-based information is required to improve our efficiency and planning, and to ensure value for taxpayer dollar.

The year ahead

Develop a strategy to capture data and information that demonstrates the value and quality of Legal Aid NSW services.