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- On Wednesday, 18 May 2016, Consumer Action’s Director of Policy & Campaigns Denise Boyd gave a speech to the ACPET National Conference on telling the stories of our clients who have been impacted by the the VET FEE-HELP scandal. An edited transcript of the speech can be found below. ***CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY*** I’d like to thank […]
- A coalition of consumer organisations have cautioned the Turnbull Government about the establishment of a Banking Tribunal.
- Consumer Action has assisted a 34 year old migrant to take legal action against Get Qualified Australia.
- There are “very substantial barriers” that inhibit people from accessing justice at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), according to a new research report.
- As a co-Director of Legal Practice, you’ll lead and guide our legal team as they provide telephone advice to callers, identify and raise systemic issues, undertake casework and conduct litigation on behalf of vulnerable disadvantaged consumers.
- Consumer Action Law Centre (Consumer Action) is pleased to comment on the Emergency Services Levy Insurance Monitor Act 2016 Draft Guidelines on the prohibition against price exploitation and Draft Guidelines on the prohibition on engaging in false or misleading conduct in relation to the emergency services levy reform, published by the Emergency Services Levy Monitor […]
Productivity Commission’s Issues Paper Human Services – Identifying sectors for reform (Issues Paper).Consumer Action Law Centre is pleased to provide this submission to the Productivity Commission’s Issues Paper Human Services – Identifying sectors for reform (Issues Paper).