Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 65, 3rd September 2014

GUESTS:Matthew Keogh, Senior Vice president of the Law Society of WA (LSWA); Tammy Solonec, Amnesty International Australia’s Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Manager.

Matthew Keogh provides an overview of the history and current day role of the Society;

Tammy Solonec chats about her work with Amnesty and discusses ‘Justice Reinvestment’ which was the topic of her presentation of the 2014 Sir Ronald Wilson Lecture in August.

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