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How do I write to the NSW Attorney General?

The NSW Attorney General is The Hon. Mark Speakman, SC MP

The Attorney General’s role and responsibilities involve advising the Government and Cabinet on legal, constitutional and legal policy issues. Find out more about the Attorney General.

Please note that the NSW Attorney General cannot:

  • provide you with legal advice about your private legal matters
  • intervene in or overturn the decisions of a court or tribunal
  • comment on matters which are outside their ​portfolio responsibilities
  • deal with complaints about judicial officers, which is the responsibility of the Judicial Commission of NSW
  • deal with complaints about lawyers, which is the responsibility of the Legal Services Commissioner

When writing to the NSW Attorney General, please remember to:

  • include your postal address (PO Box or street address)
  • briefly outline what you are concerned about and what you are hoping to achieve
  • provide relevant case numbers and/or dates, locations and names

You can write to the NSW Attorney General at:

Postal address: The Hon. Mark Speakman, SC MP
GPO Box 5341, Sydney NSW 2001