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21 July 2020

The Marshall Liberal Government will today amend the Emergency Management Act to insert a maximum penalty of up to two years imprisonment for those who defy our strong border restrictions. 

9 July 2020

A senior dispute resolution lawyer with over three decades experience in the profession has been appointed as South Australia's newest magistrate.

9 July 2020

Acting Public Trustee Nicolle Rantanen has been appointed as Public Trustee, Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman announced today. 

2 July 2020

A highly regarded lawyer with nearly three decades experience in public and private practice has been appointed as South Australia's next Crown Solicitor. 

1 July 2020

The State Government will move to implement a Custody Notification Service (CNS) in South Australia, in a step towards reducing Aboriginal deaths in custody. 

1 July 2020

South Australian legal assistance services will receive over $2 million per annum in additional core funding from July this year through a new partnership between the Commonwealth and State and Territory Governments. 

30 June 2020

South Australia's rape and sexual assault service, Yarrow Place, will receive $1.3 million over three years to provide specialist counselling to victims in regional areas and strengthened forensic and medical care. 

18 June 2020

Reforms to labour hire laws that ensure they will focus on industries where workers are most vulnerable to exploitation have passed State Parliament this week.

17 June 2020

The State Government will move to reinstate the title of Queen's Counsel, in a move aimed at offering greater flexibility to senior members of the legal sector. 

12 June 2020

More than 75 licensed venues across South Australia have been able to expand their footprint, under moves aimed at helping the hospitality sector make the most of easing restrictions on the size of public gatherings. 

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