What we do
The BushWeb Regional Issues Committee is responsible for providing and facilitating peer support for NSW Young Lawyers members throughout NSW, particularly to those in regional and rural areas. BushWeb utilises the internet and technology to bridge physical distances and connect young lawyers to facilitate discussion, participation and networking opportunities throughout regional NSW. BushWeb also advocates on behalf of its members to raise and promote regional, rural and remote issues.
- BushWeb provides the regional membership of NSWYL with a platform to communicate and collaborate with other substantiative law committees on the unique issues facing young lawyers in regional NSW.
- BushWeb contributes to social justice issues through their submission work as well as contributing to other NSW Young Lawyers submissions with a critical perspective on the issues unique to regional communities.
- The committee produces a regional handbook and a series of publications for lawyers living and working in particular regions of NSW.
- The committee coordinates the 29 Regional Delegates that are appointed by each Regional Law Society to act as their NSW Young Lawyers representative. These Regional Delegates act as both a representative of NSW Young Lawyers in their region as well as a representative of their region to the organisation.
- BushWeb members have the opportunity to network with and support other regional lawyers throughout the State and within their community. Members of NSW Young Lawyers are encouraged to join the BushWeb Regional Issues Committee in addition to any of the other 15 NSW Young Lawyers committees.
Who we are
Chair: Lucy Kelly
Vice Chair: Bradley Peterson
Secretary: Jenna Lincoln