Homeless Persons’ Legal Service (HPLS)
supporters were among those who contributed to last night’s celebration of a
joint venture between the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) and the Sydney
Street Care member and singer, Tony (pictured, right) provided the
music for the event. He was accompanied by Ricky, on guitar (pictured below, right).
PIAC chief executive Edward Santow thanked all
those who contribute to PIAC and HPLS.
‘PIAC exists to serve our clients and the communities
they represent,’ Mr Santow said.
‘The best strategic plan in the world is useless
if we can’t achieve justice for those we set out to help.
‘I’m proud of the successes PIAC has had, and optimistic
about the successes to come, and I’m particularly pleased some of our clients
can be here this evening.’
The joint venture between PIAC and Sydney Law
School includes an opportunity for law students to work at PIAC as part of an
PIAC has also moved into the old Sydney Law
School building at 173-175 Phillip Street, in the heart of the Sydney legal
Photos, below left: PIAC’s Deirdre Moor with Sarah Dale from the Public Interest Law Clearing House. Below right: Lou Shetzer from HPLS, with Tony from Street Care, and Ricky.