Services provided through Crown Law
- legal advice to Ministers, Agencies and instrumentalities of the Crown by the Solicitor-General
- representation of the State in Constitutional matters by the Solicitor-General
- prosecution of serious criminal offences by the Director of Public Prosecutions
- legal advice to, and representation of, Ministers, Agencies and instrumentalities of the Crown by the Director of Public Prosecutions in civil law matters
- commercial law and conveyancing services to Government by the Office of the Crown Solicitor
Crown Law does not provide legal services to the public. Any member of the public requiring legal advice should consult his or her own solicitor, or seek assistance from the Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania.
This page was last modified on 2nd December 2004.