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Roles & Function

The Offices of the Attorney General and the Solicitor General are established under the Constitution for the Republic of the Fiji Islands. The Attorney General is the chief legal advisor to the Government. He is assisted by the Solicitor General, who is also the Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry.

The Office provides the following services to the state:

Division Service
Attorney General's Chambers Litigation and Advocacy
Legal Advice and Representation
Legislative Drafting
Fiji Law Reform Commission Law Reform
Law Revision Commission Law Revision
Legal Aid Commission Legal Aid
Commission on the Prerogative of Mercy Advice to the President on Grant of Mercy
Copyright Tribunal Copyright Tribunal and Related Statutory Obligations
Hotel and Guest house Licensing Board Hotel and Guest House Licensing
Central Liquor Board Liquor Licensing
Film Control Board and Censors Film Censorship
Board of Legal Education Legal Professional Education and Qualifications
Costs Review Committee Review of Legal and Court Costs
Indigenous Issues Project Committee Review of Legislation on Indigenous Rights and Issues
Corporate Services Finance and Administration