Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 20, 10th August 2011

Les Sanders, ALSWA Criminal Law Unit Lawyer

Les discusses police powers and changes to police rights of entry to houses without a search warrant.

Nicholas Van Hattem, ALSWA Civil/Human Rights Lawyer

Nicholas joined the team at ALSWA earlier this year and provides an insight into his own legal journey which included studies in both Perth and Estonia in Europe. He also discusses why, as a young lawyer, he wanted to work at the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA.

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