Ministry of Justice seeks feedback on legal aid invoice submission

A short survey has been launched for legal aid providers

Ministry of Justice seeks feedback on legal aid invoice submission

The Ministry of Justice is studying how to improve legal aid invoice submission.

The short online survey seeks feedback from legal aid providers and looks at how invoices are typically submitted.

The questions ask about the type of computers used in practices around the country, how legal aid invoices are completed, how legal aid invoices are lodged, and whether current invoice forms are easy to use.

The survey runs until 1 February.

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