In the course of providing competent legal advice and representation to clients facing criminal or disciplinary proceedings, Galbally Rolfe collects personal and sensitive information in relation to our clients and, their prior personal and criminal histories.
In doing so, we comply with the Legal Profession Act (Vic.) 2004, the associated Regulations, the Law Institute Ethical Guidelines and the ‘National Privacy Principles’ outlined in the Privacy Act (Cth.) 1988. All individuals employed or under traineeship at Galbally Rolfe are bound by confidentiality agreements and our firm remains dedicated to electronic security and the protected management of physical files.
All references to past cases contained in Galbally Rolfe Online are sourced from materials, news articles and commentaries already in the public domain and do not reflect the views, personal or professional, of our partners, senior associates or associates. Galbally Rolfe does not accept any responsibility for the opinions or commentaries of the individual writers.
Similarly, should any client request that reference to their matter be removed from Galbally Rolfe Online, we will immediately remove the reference without objection.