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Legal services

Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA)

Responsible for the administration and regulation of the personal insolvency system, proceeds of crime, trustee services and the administration of the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR).

Australian Financial Security Authority

Australian Government Solicitor (AGS)

Australian Government Solicitor is an independent, fully commercial and competitive law firm, acting for government departments and agencies.

Australian Government Solicitor

Australian International Commercial Dispute Resolution

The Australian International Legal Services Advisory Council (ILSAC) promotes the skills and the availability of high quality ADR services in Australia, both through ADR centres and Australian ADR practitioners. ILSAC was established by the Australian Government to provide advice to the Australian Attorney-General on issues relevant to international legal services.

Attorney-General's Department

Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)

The Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) is an independent prosecuting service to prosecute alleged offences against Commonwealth law, and to deprive offenders of the proceeds and benefits of criminal activity. It aims to provide an effective national criminal prosecution service to the Australian community.

Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions

International Legal Services Advisory Council (ILSAC)

The International Legal Services Advisory Council (ILSAC) is an advisory council established by the Australian Government to enhance the international presence and improve the international performance of Australia's legal and related services.

Attorney-General's Department

National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council (NADRAC)

The National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council (NADRAC) is an independent body which advises the Australian Attorney-General on the development of high quality, economic and efficient ways of resolving disputes without the need for a judicial decision.

Attorney-General's Department

Office of Parliamentary Counsel (OPC)

The principal functions of the Office of Parliamentary Counsel (OPC) are drafting Bills for introduction into either House of the Parliament and drafting amendments of Bills. Their web site is of interest to anyone seeking information about Commonwealth Acts and Bills as well as to other legislative drafters.

Office of Parliamentary Counsel

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