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Collaborative Service Planning

 

The Collaborative Service Planning Working Group aims to establish an agreed framework to progress a more comprehensive approach to collaborative service planning in NSW. This will ensure that legal services are delivered in a coordinated and appropriate way to meet clients' legal needs. 

Convenor:

Gaby Carney, Director of Policy, Planning and Programs, Legal Aid NSW

Term of operation:

August 2018- June 2020

Terms of Reference


News

Revised Catchments for Service Planning – July 2019

A paper seeking endorsement of the collaborative service planning catchment areas has been circulated and feedback is invited by Friday 2 August.  A list of suburbs and towns in each catchment area is also available. Please email your response to chelly.milliken@legalaid.nsw.gov.au or call 02 9219 5144.

 

Consultation on Data Sharing for Collaborative Service Planning

The purpose of this consultation is to seek the agreement of legal assistance service providers on proposed data sharing arrangements for collaborative service planning across NSW.

While this consultation is targeted at legal assistance sector providers, other organisations and individuals are welcome to provide comments. 

Discussion Paper can be found here.

Please provide comments to the NLAF Working Group via the Planning and Review Unit at Legal Aid NSW (c/-o naomi.cheetham@legalaid.nsw.gov.au Tel: 02 9134 9326) by Friday, 7 June 2019.  

 

Consultation on Proposed Catchments for Collaborative Service Planning

Background

Purpose: To seek the views of legal assistance service providers on proposed catchments for collaborative service planning across all areas of NSW.

Objective: To develop an agreed set of catchments to be used for analysing legal needs and unmet demand, and for organisations to work together in service planning, across the state.

Comments sought: This consultation is targeted at legal assistance sector providers, but other organisations and individuals are welcome to provide comments.

Key question: Do the proposed catchments make sense from a local perspective?

The consultation paper (published 22 Feb 2019) can be found here. 

 

Outcome

The NLAF Working Group requested feedback by 29 March 2019.  Thank you to all stakeholders who have provided us with comments.

A summary of the feedback we received can be found here.

If you would like to provide any further comments to the NLAF Working Group, please contact the Planning and Review Unit at Legal Aid NSW (c/-o naomi.cheetham@legalaid.nsw.gov.au Tel: 02 9134 9326).