Bridging the Gap - Aboriginal Community Partnerships

April 4, 2017

A pro bono (complimentary) Aboriginal Legal Clinic was generously offered to the Wheatbelt Aboriginal Community by Sparke Helmore Lawyers. Led by Sparke Helmore's Layla Langridge, a team of 4 lawyers legally assisted some 40 clients over 2 days to complete a Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney and/or Power of Enduring Guardianship. The event was a collaborative partnership between the Wheatbelt Aboriginal Community, Sparke Helmore Lawyers, Wheatbelt Aboriginal Health Service, KEEDAC, Share and Care, Aboriginal Legal Service and the Wheatbelt Community Legal Centre.




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