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Some information on the website, for example register information, is provided in the performance of functions under the Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014. Users should note that no liability is incurred by the Board or Commissioner for anything done or omitted in good faith, either in the performance of a function under the Act, or in the reasonable belief that the act or omission was in the performance of a function under the Act.
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We use social media to help the legal profession and consumers to understand their rights and obligations, and how to access our services. Our current channels include Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
When you access our social media pages, you agree to comply with the terms and conditions of the social media platform you're using , as well as our guidelines. Comments, visuals, videos or other types of materials posted by users on our pages don't necessarily reflect the Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioner opinions or policy.
Reporting legal or consumer issues
Our social media pages are not the place to report legal complaints, or discuss the details of investigations, legal proceedings or public personal information. Users must not disclose private, confidential or secure information. This includes any information that would enable others to identify the individual or organisation concerned. We encourage any person that would like assistance with a regulatory matter to contact us directly. You can find a list of direct contacts on our website.
Responding to and moderating social media comments
- contain information that personally identifies an individual or organisation
- are abusive, harassing, threatening or attacks others
- contain hateful language, targets race, ethnicity, religion, gender, nationality, or political beliefs
- is fraudulent, deceptive, misleading or unlawful
- trolls or deliberately disrupts discussion
- is considered spam
- includes link baiting (to draw traffic to your own site).
We reserve the right to block users who breach these guidelines.