The Legal Aid Commission will be holding a Road-show, where Fijians can get free access to legal aid services, at the Tavua District Secondary School tomorrow.
The roadshow is part of a series of roadshows held by the Commission, as per the 3-year strategic plan, to ensure that all Fijians have access to high-quality legal services, even if they are unable to pay for it.
Director – Shahin Ali says, all Fijians will be able to get legal assistance and advice, in all areas of law.
They will also be assisting Fijians on ‘Family Law’ matters, with difficult issues like divorce, maintenance, DVROs and Stop Departure Orders.
The Commission has provided legal advisory services, to over 26 thousand Fijians so far, and the Roadshows are aimed at helping even more Fijians, with free legal advice and assistance