Brisbane LGBTI legal service meet and greet

Brisbane LGBTI legal service meet and greet

The new Brisbane LGBTI legal service is to have a meet and greet night for volunteer lawyers to let them know what’s involved with the new service and to help kick start the new service.

A whole variety of lawyers are needed – not just family lawyers like me!

The function will be followed by an outing to a local restaurant for all interested.

The model for the service is very similar to other community legal services, such as Caxton.

When: Wednesday 4 November, 2009, 6pm
Where: Queensland Association for Healthy Communities, 30 Helen St, Newstead
Cost: Free for the function. Restaurant- you pay for what you eat and drink!

RSVP:
Email me: spage@harringtonfamilylawyers.com
Phone me: 07 3221 9544
Tweet me: http://twitter.com/stephenpagelaw
or wait for further details…

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