Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 17, 6th July 2011

Dennis Eggington ALSWA CEO and Director of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples Director

Joining us from Sydney where he is attending the first official meeting of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples, Dennis shares his views on the importance of NAIDOC Week. The 2010 recipient of the National NAIDOC Person of the year Award, Dennis will attend the national NAIDOC Ball in Sydney this week to present the Award to the 2011 recipient.

WA Chief Justice Wayne Martin

The Chief Justice discusses his role and shares his views on the over-representation of Aboriginal peoples within the WA justice system.

Tony Walley, Manager of Aboriginal Advisory Services, Court and Tribunal Services

Find out more about Tony’s role and why he chose to work within the justice system in this State.

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