Sag luncholicitors from Caldwell Martin Cox attended a luncheon with the NSW Attorney-General, Gabrielle Upton, on 2 February.  The Attorney-General spoke about her role as the NSW A-G, the broad reach of her portfolio and her focus on access to justice within the community before taking questions from attendees.  Geoff Lloyd, solicitor in our Camden office, asked the Attorney-General about the future of the Local Court in Camden, which now only sits two mornings per month.  Whilst the Attorney-General assured those present that she was aware of the issue, she indicated that prioritising the funding for infrastructure within the NSW Court system was something that she and the government were still working out.  Pictured are Bill McGookin (Partner), Chris Patterson (Member for Macarthur) and Lara Symkowiak (Mayor of Camden) with Gabrielle Upton, Geoff Lloyd, Jillaine Duve and Sarah Searle (Solicitors)