QPILCH has responded to the Productivity Commission's draft report with the help of member firms, MinterEllison, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, McCullough Robertson, Ashurst, and King & Wood Mallesons. We look forward to further engaging with the Productivity Commission throughout its inquiry. Read more
We are grateful to all QPILCH member firms and barristers for their continued support. To renew your membership for the 2013-14 financial year, please click here to pay by credit card. We can now accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
QPILCH has written a discussion paper, "Down to Earth", which aims to improve decision making mechanisms in resource development and land use governance by increasing public participation and engagement. The paper and its summaries can be accessed here. We encourage your feedback on this new paper.