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Work Experience at Williams Barristers and Solicitors

How work experience has effected me, and how it can effect you On the 29th of May, as a year ten student of just 15 years, I began my four-day work experience with Williams Barristers and Solicitors. I did so to transition into the legal practice by broadening my knowledge and gaining contacts in the… Read more »


Solving Parenting Issues after Separation  There are many difficult decisions to be faced following separation, the most difficult of those decisions will probably be who the children will live and how much time they will spend with each parent. In rare occasions these decisions will be made amicably and with little fuss, however with emotions… Read more »

Police Powers – an interview on Radio Italiana 12 December 2017

Andrew Williams from Williams Barristers and Solicitors was interviewed by Vini Ciccarello on the drive time program for Radio Italians in relation to police powers.  The following is an outline of the conversation. Given New Year is approaching and the change/increase in police powers specific to the City West Entertainment Precinct, it is timely to… Read more »

Proposed Bail and Parole Changes in South Australia

On June 13 2017, the Premier of South Australia, Jay Weatherill made announcements about the proposed changes to the bail and parole laws for people who support or have links to terrorism.  This would mean an automatic denial of bail and parole irrespective of their immediate criminal offence. These proposed changes are supported by both major parties within… Read more »

Minimum Mandatory Sentencing Does Not Work

Williams Barristers and Solicitors takes pride in representing each client individually and deals with each case on its merits so that a just and equitable outcome can be achieved.  The push for minimum mandatory sentencing in many states including South Australia does not achieve this outcome.  It does not work. In The Conversation on 19 April 2017 … Read more »

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