Law reform: pushing on past the fatigue

Jaunita Pope and Nathan MacDonald from Justice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law service agree it is easy in the community sector to become exhausted by legal reforms. But they say we have come a long way as a sector and need to remain focused to push for the full benefit of work to reduce red tape in reporting and fundraising regulation.

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