Winner - Richard Brading
Richard Brading, a lawyer at Wesley Community Legal Service, was named the winner of the Justice Medal for his outstanding work in providing legal services to problem gamblers and for driving reform in response to the impact of problem gambling on disadvantaged people
Robyn Cotterell-Jones OAM
Judge Matthew Myers AM
Karen Willis OAM
Aboriginal Justice Award
Winner - Grandmothers Against Removals (GMAR)
GMAR was recognised for their efforts to ensure there is appropriate Aboriginal participation in child protection decision making.
Dean Bell, Glendra Stubbs and Robert Young (knowmore)
Hazel Collins, Laura Lyons, Patricia MacKenzie, Debra Swan, Jennifer Swan and Suellyn Tighe (Grandmothers Against Removals)
Michael Craig, Thomas Duroux, Ivan Greenup, June Speedy, Rebecca Stadhams and Muriel Walker-Craig (Bowraville Parents)
Dr Laurel Williams
Law and Justice Volunteer Award
Winner - Janette Perram
Janette Perram was recognised for her 25 years volunteering at Burwood Court providing support to victims of domestic violence.
Judith Barry Mission Australia Court Support Service
Intellectual Disability Rights Service Volunteers
Janette Perram Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service
Women In Prison Advocacy Network Volunteer Mentors
Pro Bono Partnership Award
Winner - Wollongong Women’s Information Service with Carter Ferguson
Wollongong Women’s Information Service and the law firm Carter Ferguson won the Pro Bono Partnership Award for their collaboration to provide pro bono legal services to women experiencing domestic violence in Wollongong and the Illawarra region.
Cancer Council NSW and Mid North Coast Cancer Institute with Donovan Oates Hannaford Lawyers
HIV/AIDS Legal Centre with Kemp Strang
Marrickville Legal Centre with Sparke Helmore, HWL Ebsworth, Minter Ellison and Santone Lawyers
Refugee Advice & Casework Service with Allens Linklaters, Baker & MacKenzie, Hall & Wilcox, Henry Davis York, King & Wood Mallesons and Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Wollongong Women’s Information Service with Carter Ferguson
Women’s Legal Service NSW with Colin Biggers & Paisley
Community Legal Centres NSW Award
Winner - Inner City Legal Centre – Special Medical Procedures Project
The Community Legal Centres NSW Award was presented to Inner City Legal Centre (ICLC) for their project which provides legal advice and representation for transgender young people going through medical procedures and their families.
The Environmental Defenders Office (EDO NSW) was highly commended for their project which encourages community engagement in environmental planning decisions.
Arts Law Centre of Australia – Artists in Black workshops
Environmental Defenders Office NSW – Have Your Say initiative
Elizabeth Evatt Community Legal Centre – Bushfire education project
Immigration Advice and Rights Centre – Forums for community workers working with migrant women experiencing domestic violence
Inner City Legal Centre – Special Medical Procedures Project
Kingsford Legal Centre – Employment Law Clinic
Redfern Legal Centre – Aboriginal Health-Justice Partnership
Tenants’ Union of NSW – Residential Parks Law Education Project
Women’s Legal Service NSW – Sense and Sensitivity project
LIAC Centre of Excellence Award Joint winners - Richmond-Upper Clarence Regional Library and Tamworth City Library.