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Our people

The Legal Services Commission (the Commission) consists of the Commissioner and the staff of the Commission who advise and assist the Commissioner in the performance of his statutory functions.

Currently the Commission comprises a multi-disciplinary staff of 20.4 full-time equivalent people arranged within a team-based organisational structure (PDF, 16.2 KB). They include 13 lawyers who between them bring to the Commission over 150 years of experience in both private and government legal practice as solicitors and barristers and expertise in a range of practice areas relevant to the work of the Commission; 2 complaints officers who have broad experience in dispute resolution; 1 policy and research coordinator and 4 administrative officers who perform reception, record-keeping, finance, HR and related corporate support roles.

We describe our staffing arrangements in greater detail in appendices to our annual reports, including a brief history describing how the Commission has evolved from where it was on its commencement in 2004 to where it is today.

Last reviewed
18 January 2013
Last updated
24 January 2014

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