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Reference Group

The Commissioner established an informal consultative or reference group which first met in June 2005. It provides a sounding board, shares information and perspective about the bigger picture and strategic issues facing the Commission and offers feedback and advice about the Commission’s performance and how it might be improved. It is an entirely informal group – it has no basis in statute – and, while it has an advisory role, that role excludes any consideration of personal or other information obtained in the administration of the Legal Profession Act 2007 unless the Act permits its disclosure.

The reference group meets 3-4 times a year and consists of practising lawyers and legal academics who between them are broadly representative of the profession and non-lawyers who are familiar with the nature of the legal system and who have consumer protection, policy and/or managerial expertise and interests relevant to the work of the Commission.

Last reviewed
13 December 2012
Last updated
13 December 2012

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