On the 25th January 2024 the Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Service launched its Bail Support program pilot.
The Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Service wants to see genuine engagement and consultation with a wide range of Aboriginal communities and organisations to support the best outcome for Aboriginal children and young people.
TALS has appointed Palawa man Jake Smith as its new CEO.
TALS welcomed Indigenous leader Noel Pearson to our Hobart office to yarn about the Voice.
The Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Service warmly welcomes the Commission of Inquiry’s recommendations focused on improving services and support for Aboriginal people and communities in Tasmania.
TALS is a Tasmanian Aboriginal organisation, which is inclusive of all Aboriginal people and communities.
TALS and Legal Aid Tasmania are opposed to the motion by Councillor Steve Kons, that if passed, would see the Burnie City Council advocating against the raising of the minimum age for criminal responsibility from 10 to 14.
The Board of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Service support and advocate in favour of constitutional recognition of Aboriginal Australians, as the first peoples of these lands, seas skies and waterways
TALS appeared before the Legislative Council Sessional Committee for the Inquiry into Tasmanian Adult Imprisonment & Youth Detention Matters.
TALS urges the Federal and Family Court and the Tasmanian Government to find a solution to the ongoing Burnie courthouse saga.
TALS calls out the Tasmanian Government for failing to improve the health and welfare of Tasmanian Aboriginal people - with key Closing the Gap outcomes worsening in 2021-22.