Legal Services Coordination
Legal Services Coordination is a business centre within the Department of
Justice that is responsible for leading the development and
promoting the implementation, of legal services policy across the NSW public
Legal Services Coordination aims to foster excellence and best practice legal
services and facilitate whole of government collaboration. Legal Services
Coordination has a critical role in working with agencies to maintain high
quality and value for money legal services for the NSW government.
Legal Services Coordination assists NSW Government agencies to obtain cost
effective and appropriate legal services by providing:
Guidelines, policies and best practice standards for legal services
Assistance to agencies who want to review or outsource their legal services
Coordinating the Legal Manager's Forum
Information on legal education and training.
NSW IN-HOUSE GOVERNMENT LAWYERS FORUM (Formerly known as the Legal Managers Forum)
The increased interest in the Forum has seen attendance numbers significantly grow in the last year. The success of the Forum has led to it being opened up to all lawyers and legal practitioners across NSW government. The Forum provides a great networking opportunity for lawyers and legal managers to enable sharing of information, ideas and experiences.
Details for the upcoming Forum are as follows:
|Friday 7 November 2014|
|Time: ||9:00am – 12:15pm|
|Venue: ||McKell Building, Level 4 Conference Room, 2-24 Rawson Pl, Sydney|
|Host: ||NSW Police, Office of the General Counsel|
||Legal Research, Negotiations|
|RSVP:||Please contact Legal Services Coordination to
reserve your seat firstname.lastname@example.org |
Informed Purchaser Training
Informed Purchaser Training is available for NSW Government departments and agencies. If your department or agency is interested in this training, please contact Legal Services Coordination via email@example.com. The training is based on the modules in the Informed Purchaser Training package, which is available by clicking here. Alternatively, the package can be accessed via the 'Information for Government Agencies' part of this site. For the interim, the training package is provided in PDF format.