Doogue + George have extensive experience appearing before a Royal Commission.
Our firm acted for a large number of witnesses at the three most recent Royal Commissions, having received referrals from the legal services representing witnesses as well as from from other lawyers:
- The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
- The Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption
- The Royal Commission into the Child Protection and Youth Detention Systems of the Government of the Norther Territory – receiving referrals both from the Royal Commission
Doogue + George lawyers have appeared as counsel and instructing solicitors, representing politicians, senior religious figures, business owners and public servants. Every case is distinct to the individual’s particular circumstances. What is common is that it’s a stressful time for everyone involved.
Appearing before a Royal Commission is a specific and complex area of law that requires thorough preparation and understanding of the how the law applies to a situation. It is imperative to seek advice from legal professionals who understand the law in this context.