New panels and lists
Legal Aid WA has been working to develop a new model for private practitioner panels. This model has now been finalised.
Please see this Notice to Practitioners from the Director of Legal Aid WA which provides information about the new model, including the proposed dates for the roll-out of each panel and list.
Further information about the process for applying to be a member of a panel or list will be provided in due course.
We thank practitioners for their patience whilst the new model has been developed.
For any queries about the new panels or lists, please contact:
Panel Project Manager
Applications for current panels ceased
Pending the roll-out of the new panels and lists, applications for membership of any current general or specialised panel have ceased to be accepted.
Current practitioner obligations
All practitioners who are currently members of Legal Aid's general and specialised panels MUST continue to comply with:
For any queries about current panels, please contact: email@example.com.
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