Attorney General's Office (AGO)

Category: Ministerial department

Spending data published by: Treasury Solicitor's Department

The Attorney General's Office (AGO) provides legal advice and support to the Attorney General and the Solicitor General (the Law Officers) who give legal advice to government. The AGO helps the Law Officers perform other duties in the public interest, such as looking at sentences which may be too low. AGO is a ministerial department, supported by 4 agencies and public bodies.


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Organogram of Staff Roles & Salaries
Attorney General's Office
Organogram (organisation chart) showing all staff roles. Names and salaries are also listed for the Senior Civil Servants. Organogram data is released by all central government...
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Ministerial meetings with outside interest groups
Attorney General's Office
Meetings with external organisations (including meetings with newspapers and other media proprietors, editors and senior executives) - October - December 2011
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