Australian Criminal Law Group sponsors the South Sydney Herald
Sydney based criminal lawyers, AC Law Group support South Sydney Herald
Australian Criminal Law Group and the South Sydney Herald (SSH), a South Sydney monthly independent newspaper, announced a new sponsorship deal today that supports the continued circulation of the paper and reporting of local areas news to residents of the Inner West and Southern suburbs of Sydney.
For Australian Criminal Law Group the newspaper is something close to the group’s heart. Managing partner Joseph Correy had a close relationship with Trevor Davis, the newspaper’s first editor, and says the sponsorship is in his memory.
“Having grown up in Redfern where the newspaper originated, I have a deep-rooted connection to the area” said Joseph Correy. “First starting my career in journalism, Trevor Davis was like a mentor to me and so I was compelled to support the publication in his memory”.
The sponsorship deal is just one example of the many grass roots programs and social justice issues that theSydney based law firm supports.
“This is a great opportunity for us to support the reporting of real issues of concern and interest impacting the residents of the Inner West and South Sydney” Said Correy.
About South Sydney Herald
The SSH features stories of relevance to local residents, and is one of the few independent papers in Sydney. The SSH relies upon volunteer writers, visual artists/photographers and distributors for its stories, as well as local business sponsorships to keep the newspaper in circulation.
The newspaper is circulated monthly to over 74,000 residents.
About Australian Criminal Law Group
With strong social justice beliefs, Australian Criminal Law Group pride themselves on successfully defending people charged with criminal and traffic offences or helping them get lenient sentences such as having no conviction recorded.
Australian Criminal Law Group represent clients across all criminal and traffic matters, including trials, sentencing, bail applications, apprehended violence orders, and criminal and driver license appeals.
If you have been charged with a crime or are due to appear in court, our criminal lawyers can help. Get in touch today here or give us a call on 02 8815 8167.